Brow lifts can help correct sagging brows and frown lines
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A brow lift minimizes the lines and wrinkles that develop across the forehead over time. Surgery repositions a low or sagging brow in order to correct what is commonly referred to as “frown lines.” There are two main types of brow lift procedures: traditional and endoscopic. An endoscopic brow lift is a less invasive procedure with minimal cuts and scarring.
The goals of a typical brow lift surgery include:
- Tightening of excess loose skin on the forehead
- Smoothing of lines and wrinkles
- Modify or lift droopy or low eyebrows
Why it’s important to select the right plastic surgeon
Facial surgery is an extremely delicate procedure. It requires artful precision and exceptional care from a talented surgeon. Thousands of patients have chosen DeLuca Plastic Surgery for the following reasons:
- We carefully plan your surgery with artful results in mind
- Our conservative approach helps to reduce risk and ensure a quicker recovery
- We have a strong commitment to patient care, with 24/7 availability both before and after surgery.
Brow Lift Cost and Recovery Time
A brow lift surgery usually takes one to two hours to complete. We recommend an overnight stay at one of our hospitals for certain individuals. Patients can return to normal activity after two weeks of limited activity. We will be available for post-operative appointments to ensure the best results.
The cost of this procedure varies depending on the details of your surgical plan. We have financing options available to help you take advantage of this procedure.
Endoscopic Versus Traditional Brow Lift Surgery
Endoscopic surgery is less invasive than traditional brow lift surgery. During this procedure, Dr. Tauber or Dr. Yan makes two small incisions along the hairline above the temples. Assisted by surgical video devices, our staff will reposition the tissues and muscles to correct sagging and visible creases. Low sagging brow correction requires an ear-to-ear incision for full access to the area in need of reconstruction. Excess skin will be removed before the incision is closed. This procedure is done under intravenous sedation or general anesthesia. During your consultation, we’ll discuss your aesthetic goals and create a customized surgical plan that can best achieve your desired look.
The Importance of 24/7 Post-Procedure Care
In our office, we believe that post-procedural care can shorten overall recovery time and help ensure the results of the procedure. We are available 24/7 throughout your recovery period for medical attention and advice. There are no fees when you meet with us during this time. Whether you call our offices or come and meet with us, you can be sure our commitment extends beyond the surgery table.
Get more details on the management of swelling and scars in blog post: Post-Operative Care After Plastic Surgery.