WHAT IS A BROW LIFT? - FACE SURGERY
A brow lift is sometimes referred to as a forehead lift but there is a slight distinction. A brow lift is any method used to elevate the eyebrows and can incorporate a forehead left.
Both are surgical procedures which are generally performed to correct forehead furrows, drooping eyebrows, frown lines and sagging of the forehead skin.
For more information please see the section on Forehead Lifts.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FOREHEAD LIFT AND A BROW LIFT? - FACE SURGERY
Forehead lifts are normally performed via incisions at the hairline or in the scalp.
A brow lift typically includes incisions made across the middle of the forehead or immediately above the eyebrow. In some cases incisions can be made through the upper eyelid at the same time as an upper lid tuck.
IS THIS PROCEDURE SUITABLE FOR ME? - FACE SURGERY
This procedure is commonly elected by those who wish to slow the effects of aging.
However it can also help those with inherited conditions.
To be an ideal candidate for this procedure you should be in general good health and have realistic expectations about the outcome of brow lift surgery, and what it can do for your appearance.
Your suitability for the procedure will be determined by a surgeon’s consultation which will take into account factors such as your medical history and condition.
The consultation with the surgeon will enable you to come to an informed decision.
WILL IT LEAVE A SCAR? - FACE SURGERY
A consultation with your surgeon will determine the location of the incision.