Time, sun exposure, gravity and facial habits like squinting can leave their marks on our faces, especially on a person’s forehead and eyebrows. Genetics also play a role in how our faces age. When you have deep lines or sagging, heavy eyebrows, this can make you look older, tired and even angry. Some patients also have difficulty with their vision if their eyebrows have sagged enough to obstruct sight.
Luckily, there are surgical options to provide a lift to these sagging areas and create a more alert but still natural appearance.
Sometimes brow and forehead lifts are combined with eyelid surgery to raise drooping eyelids at the same time for a more comprehensive appearance update and improved visual field.
During surgical procedures, incisions are typically made on the hairline to allow for removal of excess skin and fat and to reposition the underlying muscles and tissues. The goal is to smooth and tighten the forehead area. The exact placement and size of any incision necessary will depend on the amount of restructuring needed. To achieve natural-looking results, we combine our surgical skills with in-depth knowledge of facial anatomy and an artistic eye to provide just enough lift for a more youthful appearance.
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Patients should expect to recover for 2 weeks after brow and forehead lift surgery. It is important to follow our post-op instructions completely to reduce your risk of complications such as infection, poor wound healing, pain and more.
BOTOX® Cosmetic can also be used for temporary reduction of the appearance of facial lines and to provide a temporary brow lift.
Not every patient is a good candidate for brow or forehead surgery. The only way to find out for sure about your personal situation is by scheduling a free Cosmetic Consultation with our brow and forehead surgery doctor in Oceanside, California. We will discuss how the procedure is performed and fully explain all of the potential risks of brow and forehead surgery so you can make an informed decision about whether or not to have the procedure.
3637 Vista Way
Oceanside, CA 92056