Brow Lift

Forehead / Brow Lift:


A brow lift is performed with the aid of multiple small incisions and an endoscope. After the forehead and brow are lifted, excess skin is removed and or tightened. Some bandages are normally applied and the patient returns home the day of the surgery.



The temporal brow lift is often done in combination with the upper eyelid blepharoplasty. This procedure helps lift the upper outer part of the eyebrow, while concealing the incisions in the hairline. This can be done in the office setting along with the upper eyelid lift procedure under local anesthesia.



The purpose of the endoscopic brow lift is to reduce the furrowing of the brow, hooding of the eyelids and crows feet. This procedure is often reserved for more mature and hyperactive foreheads. Some bandages are normally applied and the patient often returns home the day of the surgery if no other procedures are performed at the same time.



The endoscopic browlift surgery is performed at an outpatient surgical center and is done under general anesthesia by a Board Certified anesthesiologist. The procedure takes 1.5 hours and the first 5 days of recovery requires reduced activity. During the first few days, post operative discomfort is controlled with oral pain medications. Bruising and swelling subsides in 7 to 10 days and the patient can then return to work and social situations.

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