A Brow Lift, or forehead lift, will refresh the look of your forehead and open up the eye area. Sagging or drooping brows and worry lines can make you look tired and look older than you really are. A Brow Lift from Dr. Rod at Arizona Dermacare Cosmetic Surgery, targets these problems by lifting a heavy brow and smoothing lines, giving you a refreshed, more youthful appearance.
Phoenix plastic surgeon Dr. Rod can perform a brow lift, also called a forehead lift, to raise and smooth your forehead. This will help eliminate the tired or angry-looking appearance commonly associated with a sagging brow. A Brow Lift is often combined with Eyelid surgery to fully enhance every aspect of your upper facial features. This plastic surgery procedure can help restore confidence and feelings of appeal to men and women who have aged prematurely or simply wish to look as young as they feel.
To find out whether a brow lift is right for you, please contact Dr. Rod at Arizona Dermacare Cosmetic Surgery today to schedule your consultation. We proudly serve patients in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Goodyear, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, and Tempe, Arizona.
This plastic surgery procedure will restore a more youthful contour to your forehead skin, upper eyelids and eyebrows!
A brow lift, or forehead lift, repositions a low or sagging brow that is hooding the upper eyelid. When raised, the eyebrows appear in a more alert and youthful position. A brow lift will also minimize expression lines on the brow such as the vertical creases that develop between the eyebrows, the lines that develop across the forehead or those that occur high on the bridge of the nose.
For visible improvements in the signs of sagging in the brow region or forehead, consult Dr. Rod and the experts at Dermacare Cosmetic Surgery to find out if a Brow Lift is right for you. Schedule your free consultation today and be on your way to a more confident you, making your appearance reflect your spirit! And when it’s your face… trust only a Surgeon who is Board Certified in Facial Plastic Surgery! If a sagging brow inhibits your facial expression, a brow lift is a time-tested method for rejuvenating the brow and forehead of your face.
If your brows are hooding the upper eyelids and make you look tired or your frown lines make you seem “too serious” or angry, then you may want to consider a brow lift. Schedule your consultation today with the experts at Dermacare Cosmetic Surgery!
For many of our patients, the Minimally-Invasive Brow Lift will address their concerns. This technique is used to lift the lateral portion of the eyebrow (up toward the temples). The procedure can be performed in office and no IV sedation is required. When combined with an Eyelid Lift (Blepharoplasty), this technique is effective in preserving or restoring facial harmony.
A Full Brow Lift is more comprehensive plastic surgery procedure. It is designed to address the entire forehead: eyebrow position, forehead wrinkles, or those that occur high on the bridge of the nose, and frown lines. Light IV sedation (twilight sleep) is required for this procedure. In this procedure, the whole forehead is mobilized. The muscles that produce the deep vertical wrinkles in the area between the eyebrows (“the angry 11’s”) are partially removed. The result is a dramatic improvement in appearance, providing a freshened, revitalized, natural look.
After surgery, dressings will be applied to the treated areas, and the forehead will be wrapped to minimize swelling and bruising. The majority of bruising and swelling will subside within approximately one week. The patient may then resume normal activities at this time. The forehead will continue to heal for several weeks as swelling diminishes and incision lines fade. Recovery time varies depending on the extent of the procedure and the overall health of the patient.
A Brow Lift can have a dramatic impact on your appearance by removing the effects of gravity that create the look of aging.
Some of the aesthetic benefits of a brow lift include:
As with any cosmetic plastic surgery procedure, there are minimal risks that include: