Not only do eyebrows get thinner or more sparse as we age, but the brows can also lose their youthful arch and position. Drooping brows can create deep wrinkles in the forehead and cause the eyes to look tired or sad. A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift, can address drooping or ptosis brows caused by aging.
The brow can be restored to a more youthful position and give patients a more awake appearance while also softening the wrinkles in the forehead. Although a brow lift involves the release of muscles across the forehead and between the eyes, a skilled plastic surgeon is careful not to relax all of the muscles so that the forehead is able to retain natural expression.
There are a variety of brow lift surgeries, depending on the extent of wrinkles, amount of brow descent and other factors unique to each patient. Types include a temporal brow lift, coronal brow lift and endoscopic brow lift. Regardless of which procedure you choose, you can trust Preserve your Pretty Skin and Body to use dedicated techniques to create the most attractive results while minimizing downtime and scarring.
Why Combine Your Brow Lift with Blepharoplasty
A brow lift is commonly performed in conjunction with an eyelid lift or blepharoplasty. This can adequately address dropping or hooding above the eyes for more revitalized results. A lower facelift can also be included for patients who desire a more comprehensive facial rejuvenation.
To learn if you are a candidate for a brow lift and/or eyelid lift at Preserve your Pretty Skin and Body, please contact our Johns Creek office today. We offer a full menu of surgical and non-surgical procedures to renew and restore your facial appearance the way you deserve.