A brow lift can make you look younger and more energetic. It can also help reduce the appearance of wrinkles on your forehead. But can it also improve the appearance of your eyes? It can! Keep reading to find out more.
Endoscopic Brow Lifts
Dr. Schiller offers patients a minimally invasive procedure that can reduce the appearance of horizontal wrinkles on your forehead—particularly wrinkles caused by moving your eyebrows up and down.
The brow lift procedure is done by making a very small incision behind the hairline. This means that there will be no perceptible scars. This procedure is performed when the patient is under local anesthesia and intravenous sedation. It usually takes about 60 minutes and most patients can return to normal activities within about a week. This technique results in very little bruising, which makes the recovery process faster and easier. To further aid your recovery, follow the instructions of your doctor very carefully after the procedure is over.
How Can A Brow Lift Help Your Eyes?
You may not immediately think of your eyes when your think of a brow lift, but this procedure can improve the appearance of your eyes and make you look younger. This is in part, because drooping eyebrows often results in heavy skin and drooping eyelids. If the eyelids are corrected without addressing the eyebrows, the results will not be as successful. Improving the appearance of your eyebrows will also help because your eyebrows frame your eyes and help define your face.
A brow lift can be used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the forehead and remove excess skin on the eyelids. At Dr. Schiller’s office, this procedure is often combined with blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), a cheek lift, or laser skin resurfacing to give patients the best look possible. The specific procedure will depend on the individual patient’s goals and condition.
If you’re looking for a way to restore your youthful appearance and highlight your beautiful eyes, consider a brow lift. To learn more about this procedure, as well as other available options, schedule a consultation with Dr. Schiller.
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