A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift, can dramatically revitalize your appearance by lifting sagging eyebrows and smoothing lines, wrinkles and creases on the forehead and between the eyes. Brow lifts in Irvine, California can reawaken and energize a tired facial appearance, affording years of long-lasting rejuvenating benefits.
Brow lifts can help:
Reduce horizontal wrinkles across the forehead and on bridge of nose
Improve 11’s (vertical creases between eyebrows)
Raise sagging brows
Achieve a more alert and youthful-looking appearance
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Brow lifts can be performed in a variety of ways, depending on your unique needs. We may use a thin tube called an endoscope with a camera on the end to make adjustments to your skin and muscle through a series of small incisions within your hairline. Another option is the coronal incision, which runs from ear to ear across the top of the head and under the hair. We will decide your optimal incision plan during your personal consultation after considering your unique needs and goals.
You should notice some improvement as soon as your surgery is finished. Your optimal results won’t be visible until swelling has fully subsided, usually within a month or two.
Depending on the type of incision used, you should expect to rest at home for a week following your surgery, taking special care to avoid exercise and any heavy lifting. Common side effects are swelling, bruising and bleeding, but these symptoms dissipate on their own in the weeks following your procedure. Keep in mind that it can take months for swelling to fully subside.
If you appear tired or grumpy because your eyebrows are sagging and creating hoods over your eyes, a brow lift may be an ideal treatment for you. We can study your contours and help you devise an optimal treatment plan during your personal consultation.
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