A brow lift is a simple and effective cosmetic surgery procedure designed to raise the eyebrows and reduce frown lines, which are some of the most obvious signs of ageing. Brow Lift surgery should not be confused with a blepharoplasty which is the cosmetic enhancement of the upper and lower eyelids.
A Brow Lift helps to reverse some of the effects of gravity – such us drooping eyebrows and sagging of the upper eyelid skin, which often starts to fall over the eyelid making eyes look smaller and tired. A brow lift will also help smooth the wrinkles and forehead lines which result from muscle over activity over the years.
While botox can help in the earlier stages with forehead lines and some minor brow droop, surgery is best for a long-term, totally natural look which keeps your eyebrows moving as freely and easily as before.
Our surgeons at Cosmetic Surgery Partners are experts in the field of brow lift surgery. They can recommend which if surgery is the best option for you or if the best results are keyhole surgery combined with botox.
If you require more information on our brow lift surgery you can view our Q+A section below or to book a consultation please call our friendly and experienced medical team today on 020 7486 6778
In most cases brow lift patients are able to be treated as a daycase, meaning the patient will be able to return home the same day post-surgery.
Although all patients have different healing times we find that most are fully healed at the 4-6 weeks mark.
Our surgeons are experts at performing the brow lift procedure due to their wealth of operating experience. This experience allows them to create results that our natural looking will no obvious signs of surgery.
Generally speaking a brow lift is a procedure we usually offer patients who are above the age of forty. However as long you are in good health there is no real upper age limit for being a good candidate.
While some patients may think surgery is the only option in some cases a good alternative to brow lift surgery is the precise application of Botox. Our surgeons will be able to discuss the alternatives during your initial consultation.