The procedure is done under anesthesia and can be done in several ways, but the main idea is the same. Your surgeon will make an incision to lift the muscles and the skin, reducing the appearance of your particular concern. Incision types can include:
- Endoscopic Incision – Performed by an endoscope, which uses a small camera and small tools to ensure minimally invasive, well camouflaged incisions
- Coronal Incision – Lifting the brow without affecting the placement of your hairline, making the incision either along or inside the hairline to ensure discreet scarring.
- Trans- Eyelid incisions from the upper eyelid creases
No matter what your surgeon decides on, you will see a significant improvement with only a few weeks of downtime. For more dramatic aesthetic goals, recovery times may be longer. Patients report a younger, more well-rested appearance and confidence in their new look. Your surgeon will be able to provide you with specific preparation and aftercare instructions before and after your surgery.
Is A Brow Lift Right for Me?
If you are in generally good health and looking for longer-lasting results than what injectables can provide, a brow lift may be right for you. Our team at Specialty Aesthetic Surgery can provide you with a screening and an evaluation to set you up with the right plan to help you achieve your aesthetic goals.