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A temple lift can raise the outer part of your brow to rejuvenate and brighten your eye area.

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WHAT IS A TEMPLE LIFT?
HOW DOES A TEMPLE LIFT WORK?
TEMPLE LIFT OR BROW LIFT?
WHAT IS RECOVERY LIKE FROM A TEMPLE LIFT?
AM I A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR A TEMPLE LIFT?

A temple lift makes an excellent option for people who want a more lifted brow without a total brow lift. A temple lift offers smaller incisions and less recovery time while providing the lift you want. This procedure lifts the outer corners of the brow. It has a rejuvenating effect on the entire eye area.

Dr. Grigoriy Mashkevich and Dr. Bruce Moskowitz perform temple lifts by making a small incision hidden in the hairline. This will allow them to lift the outer part of the brow. This raises the outer part of the eye, giving you a more youthful, alert appearance. This procedure can correct drooping skin at the corner of the brow that can make the eye look hooded or tired. A temple lift allows noticeable improvements with less recovery time and less discomfort.

The most significant difference between a temple lift and a brow lift is that a brow lift raises the entire brow area while the temple lift raises the outer part of the brow. In order to raise the whole brow, your surgeon may need to use longer incisions. Some surgeons now use endoscopic cameras to perform a brow lift with small incisions, but this still results in swelling and bruising. 

A temple lift involves minimal downtime and only two small, hidden incisions. Because it only involves a small area of the face, it causes less bruising and swelling. Only a consultation with one of our surgeons can help you determine if a temple lift will give you the results you want. The effects of a temple lift will be less dramatic than a brow lift. However, for people whose concerns focus mainly on the temple and outer brow area, the results of a temple lift may meet their needs.

Most people can return to work after a few days of rest and recovery. Sutures come out after about a week. Your surgeon may recommend that you wait at least two weeks before resuming your exercise routine. You will see some swelling and bruising, but keeping your head elevated for a few days will help with this. Once healed completely, your temple lift results will last for many years.

If the outside corner of your brow droops or sags, a temple lift may give you the bright-eyed, refreshed look you desire. Ideal candidates are healthy nonsmokers and have reasonable expectations about what the temple lift will accomplish.

Our Mission is to Provide World-Class Service

WHAT IS A TEMPLE LIFT?
HOW DOES A TEMPLE LIFT WORK?
TEMPLE LIFT OR BROW LIFT?
WHAT IS RECOVERY LIKE FROM A TEMPLE LIFT?
AM I A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR A TEMPLE LIFT?

A temple lift makes an excellent option for people who want a more lifted brow without a total brow lift. A temple lift offers smaller incisions and less recovery time while providing the lift you want. This procedure lifts the outer corners of the brow. It has a rejuvenating effect on the entire eye area.

Dr. Grigoriy Mashkevich and Dr. Bruce Moskowitz perform temple lifts by making a small incision hidden in the hairline. This will allow them to lift the outer part of the brow. This raises the outer part of the eye, giving you a more youthful, alert appearance. This procedure can correct drooping skin at the corner of the brow that can make the eye look hooded or tired. A temple lift allows noticeable improvements with less recovery time and less discomfort.

The most significant difference between a temple lift and a brow lift is that a brow lift raises the entire brow area while the temple lift raises the outer part of the brow. In order to raise the whole brow, your surgeon may need to use longer incisions. Some surgeons now use endoscopic cameras to perform a brow lift with small incisions, but this still results in swelling and bruising. 

A temple lift involves minimal downtime and only two small, hidden incisions. Because it only involves a small area of the face, it causes less bruising and swelling. Only a consultation with one of our surgeons can help you determine if a temple lift will give you the results you want. The effects of a temple lift will be less dramatic than a brow lift. However, for people whose concerns focus mainly on the temple and outer brow area, the results of a temple lift may meet their needs.

Most people can return to work after a few days of rest and recovery. Sutures come out after about a week. Your surgeon may recommend that you wait at least two weeks before resuming your exercise routine. You will see some swelling and bruising, but keeping your head elevated for a few days will help with this. Once healed completely, your temple lift results will last for many years.

If the outside corner of your brow droops or sags, a temple lift may give you the bright-eyed, refreshed look you desire. Ideal candidates are healthy nonsmokers and have reasonable expectations about what the temple lift will accomplish.

Our Mission is to Provide World-Class Service

A temple lift makes an excellent option for people who want a more lifted brow without a total brow lift. A temple lift offers smaller incisions and less recovery time while providing the lift you want. This procedure lifts the outer corners of the brow. It has a rejuvenating effect on the entire eye area.

Dr. Grigoriy Mashkevich and Dr. Bruce Moskowitz perform temple lifts by making a small incision hidden in the hairline. This will allow them to lift the outer part of the brow. This raises the outer part of the eye, giving you a more youthful, alert appearance. This procedure can correct drooping skin at the corner of the brow that can make the eye look hooded or tired. A temple lift allows noticeable improvements with less recovery time and less discomfort.

The most significant difference between a temple lift and a brow lift is that a brow lift raises the entire brow area while the temple lift raises the outer part of the brow. In order to raise the whole brow, your surgeon may need to use longer incisions. Some surgeons now use endoscopic cameras to perform a brow lift with small incisions, but this still results in swelling and bruising. 

A temple lift involves minimal downtime and only two small, hidden incisions. Because it only involves a small area of the face, it causes less bruising and swelling. Only a consultation with one of our surgeons can help you determine if a temple lift will give you the results you want. The effects of a temple lift will be less dramatic than a brow lift. However, for people whose concerns focus mainly on the temple and outer brow area, the results of a temple lift may meet their needs.

Most people can return to work after a few days of rest and recovery. Sutures come out after about a week. Your surgeon may recommend that you wait at least two weeks before resuming your exercise routine. You will see some swelling and bruising, but keeping your head elevated for a few days will help with this. Once healed completely, your temple lift results will last for many years.

If the outside corner of your brow droops or sags, a temple lift may give you the bright-eyed, refreshed look you desire. Ideal candidates are healthy nonsmokers and have reasonable expectations about what the temple lift will accomplish.

These before and after pictures represent actual patients from SAS. They will help to assist you in understanding your various options and enable you
to set realistic goals for your own surgical outcome.

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To ensure the safety of all of our patients, staff and visitors, we ask that you comply with the following: 

PATIENTS AND VISITORS MUST WEAR A MASK WHILE IN OUR OFFICE, REGARDLESS OF VACCINATION STATUS.

WE ASK THAT PATIENTS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY NO MORE THAN ONE OTHER VISITOR.