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What is a brow lift?
A brow lift, endoscopic brow lift, scarless brow lift, and forehead lift are forms of surgery to lift it to give a more youthful appearance. Eyebrow lifting surgery can be performed by a plastic surgeon or an eye plastic surgeon. An eye plastic surgeon specializes in the area around the eyes.
What does a brow lift do?
It is a surgical procedure that is a form of plastic surgery to raise eyebrows and reduce frown lines. It is a cosmetic procedure to give the eyebrows a more youthful position. They differ from eyelid surgery such as blepharoplasty, which removes excess skin of the eyelid. Here with a forehead lift, excess skin looks down as the distance between the eyelid and brown hair increases. It is a form of upper facial rejuvenation with Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
These main brow lift techniques are discussed here:
What does a brow lift do?
A browpexy is a procedure that is usually performed under local anaesthesia. However, general anaesthesia is typically recommended in order to achieve the best possible results. A limited temporal brow lift can also be done under local anaesthesia, but the results may not be as satisfactory. During the initial consultation, Mr Ahmad Aziz can discuss the various anaesthetic options available, and recommend the best one depending on the individual’s preference, aesthetic goals, and facial features.
How long does a brow lift last?
The longevity of a brow lift depends on the technique used and how an individual ages. Generally, an endoscopic lift can last up to 5-7 years, while a direct coronal brow lift can last for up to 10 years. However, it is important to note that this may vary from person to person, and that a neck lift may not always be permanent.
Is a brow lift permanent?
The effects of surgery are permanent after eyebrow lifting. Surgery does not stop the aging process even though your skin will continue to age over time causing the eyebrow to come down.
Can a brow lift fix hooded eyes?
Brow lift surgery can correct sagging brows, resulting in an appearance of an eyelid lift. This procedure helps to restore the youthful appearance of the upper face, while reducing the appearance of forehead wrinkles and horizontal lines in the upper face.
How painful is a brow lift?
Eyebrow lifting is usually painless during surgery. Eyebrow fixation under local anesthesia is also painless although you may feel a stinging sensation for 20 seconds during the application of anesthesia. You may have some bruising and swelling around the eyebrows after surgery which can feel sore for a week until it starts to settle. With the endoscopic technique, there can be higher bruises on the forehead which will also settle. You may feel some tightness in the forehead after the procedure.
How long is the recovery from bow lift surgery?
Bruising and swelling can last for about 2 weeks when many people can return to normal activity. It is being discussed whether laparoscopic lifting has a shorter recovery time. The healing process varies from person to person and some people may take less or more time to recover. The full effect of surgery can take 2 months to manifest. Patients experience a faster recovery if they:
What age should you get a brow lift?
Around the age of 40-65 is when most people get an eyebrow lift when the eyebrows start to sag. Some people who have genetically low eyebrows undergo surgery at a younger age to correct them.
What is the difference between a brow lift and a forehead lift?
Strictly speaking, the difference between a brow lift and a forehead lift lies in where the excess skin is removed. A forehead lift involves removing the upper forehead skin to help lift the brows, while a brow lift focuses on the forehead skin above the brows to raise them. As both procedures ultimately result in a similar effect, they are often used interchangeably.