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The effects of our aging are unavoidable, but Browlift services can lift your eyebrows to a higher position, while repositioning sagging or low eyebrows and minimizing the creases on your forehead. It’s a procedure that tens of thousands of individuals undertake each year, and with great success.

A browlift procedure is typically performed in conjunction with other facial procedures such as upper blepharoplasty, lower blepharoplasty and facelift surgery. The procedure typically requires local anesthesic with sedation or a general anesthetic. The procedure is rather short, taking only an hour, with your hair being secured away from the incision area. We will elevate the skin and underlying tissues of the upper face along with possibly removing part of the muscle that causes frown lines between the brows. The result is a more youthful, relaxed, and rejuvenated appearance and feeling. There’s usually only mild to moderate discomfort after Browlift services, with lasting results for many years.

Regardless of the procedure we recommend, it is important to keep the head elevated. The techniques available include: the classic coronal browlift (an incision in the hair bearing area), the pretrichial browlift (incision just at the hairline), and the minimally invasive endoscopic browlift (three small 2 cm incisions in the hair bearing area). Though bruising and swelling will occur, it will be reduced considerably during the first week, as well as the pain subsiding. Generally, stiches will also be removed within the first 14 days, though they may remain longer if warranted.

Removing those lines and furrows on your forehead, allowing for a youthful, more confident appearance and self-esteem is only a phone call away.

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