Forehead lift, also called a brow lift, is used to correct the sagging or lowered eyebrows making your appearance younger and healthier. This procedure can be done in conjunction with other procedures such as Eyelid Surgery to produce a fresh healthy appearance.

Procedure: This procedure can be done two ways. First, an incision can be made from ear to the other across the tip of the forehead. From that incision, forehead tissue can be adjusted or removed and your new appearance can be created. The incision is stitched. The other procedure uses an endoscope. This tool allows for only 4 small incisions as opposed to 1 long incision. This tool is a small device with a camera on it, which allows the surgeon to manipulate the tissue to create your new appearance. The procedure usually takes about 2 hours to complete and is performed on an outpatient basis. Local anesthesia is used with a sedative, and general anesthesia can be used when performing the procedure with other procedures.

Post-op: Normal activities can be resumed after 7-10 days, although exercise or other strenuous activities should be avoided for 2 weeks. There will be swelling after surgery and elevating your head will reduce the swelling. Swelling around the eyes and cheeks may also occur. Itching sensations can occur and can last up to six months after surgery. Temporary loss of sensation can also occur with the possibility of permanent loss. There may also be a loss in the ability to raise your eyebrows. Other complications include large scar formation, infection, and bleeding.


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Forehead Lift
Coronal Forehead Lift

Endoscopic Forehead Lift