A brow lift, or a forehead lift, is a surgical intervention designed to reposition the forehead and elevate sagging or heavy eyebrows. It effectively minimizes the appearance of ‘worry lines’ and other forehead wrinkles. This procedure can help individuals achieve a more refreshed and youthful look by addressing specific signs of aging in the upper face region. Learn more about the process, benefits, and what you can expect from a brow lift with Sunrise Facial and Oral Surgery.
Benefits of a Brow Lift
Some of the most essential benefits include:
- Smoothing over forehead wrinkles.
- Raising the brow back to its natural brow ridge.
- Restoring a youthful arch to the eyebrows.
- Reducing sagginess in the upper eyelids.
- Gaining a more open and rejuvenated facial appearance.
Before & Afters
Beautiful Patient Results
What is Brow Lift Surgery Like?
A brow lift is an incredible procedure and is one of Dr. Kim’s favorite to perform because of the impressive results it creates for his patients. Your doctor will make an incision at the hairline and tighten the skin on the forehead. This technique raises the eyelids and results in a youthful, awake appearance. A brow lift can correct extra eyelid skin, a low brow position and wrinkles on the forehead. The procedure usually takes 1-2 hours and involves 7-10 days of downtime.
Recovery and Aftercare
Following your surgery, you will be sent home for a few days for rest and recovery. Most patients feel ready to resume their normal activities within a week. You can expect some swelling and tenderness during your recovery, but these symptoms are easy to manage with over-the-counter or prescription medication.
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A brow lift can help you achieve a more youthful facial appearance, whether performed independently or in conjunction with a facelift. Find out more about getting a brow lift and schedule a consultation with Sunrise Facial & Oral Surgery today.