Brow Lift

A heavy brow area can make you look tired, angry, or older than you’d like. The board-certified plastic surgeons at the Center for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery can help you look naturally refreshed and rejuvenated with a brow lift in Ann Arbor.

Indications

  • Sagging forehead or brows that hang too low and crowd the upper eyelid
  • Deep furrows on the forehead and between the eyebrows

Intended Result

Results of a forehead lift are a more youthful and rested appearance to the forehead and upper eyelids

Brow Lift Before & After Photos

Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.

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Keep in mind that each patient is unique and your results may vary.

How Is a Brow Lift Performed?

A brow lift (or forehead lift) is performed on an outpatient basis under sedation with local anesthesia.

Brow lift techniques include:

  • Endoscopic brow lift: Several short incisions are placed in the hairline. The operation is performed using an endoscope (a narrow, hollow instrument with a fiber-optic light source and camera. The surgeon uses small instruments specially designed to fit under the forehead. The forehead tissue is lifted and re-positioned, and the muscles that cause frown lines are weakened or partially removed.
  • Coronal brow lift: The incisions are usually made behind the hairline. For patients with high foreheads, the incisions may be placed in front of the hairline.

Additional procedures that may enhance the result:

Meet Our Surgeons

Our board-certified and fellowship-trained plastic surgeons have more than 100 years of combined experience in all facets of cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. As a qualified and compassionate team, they share a goal of providing a safe and rewarding plastic surgery experience while creating exceptional results worthy of your trust.

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What Is Brow Lift Recovery Like?

With a forehead lift, the patient leaves the recovery area with the head wrapped in dressings, which are usually removed on the first or second day after surgery. Initial discomfort is usually controlled with oral medication.

Sutures or staples are removed within 5 to 7 days. Most swelling and bruising are gone within 7 to 10 days but may last for several weeks. Camouflage makeup is available to temporarily conceal any redness or bruising once the sutures have been removed.

Learn more about recovery time following a procedure here.

Insurance Guidlines

If surgery is being done to improve the field of vision, insurance may cover forehead lifts and brow lifts. Otherwise, the surgeries are considered cosmetic procedures and the patient is responsible for payment.

Your Next Step

At the Center for Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, we look forward to helping you achieve your aesthetic goals. Please request your consultation with our easy-to-use online form or call our office at (734) 712-2323 to schedule your visit.

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