Considering a Forehead Lift?

A forehead lift can help take years off of your face, with less downtime and surgery than a full facelift. The procedure can improve a variety of different aesthetic issues and conditions, including certain hereditary facial features.

Patients consider undergoing a forehead lift, also known as a brow lift, for several reasons. One main reason is wanting to be rid of the folds, wrinkles and “worry lines” that form across the forehead and become deeper over time. A forehead lift can also improve vertical facial furrows between the brows, which are sometimes referred to as the “11” lines.

Another reason patients get an eyebrow lift is the desire to diminish sagging skin above the eyes or to raise eyebrows that have started to droop as a natural result of aging, giving the eyebrows a “hooded” appearance. Many patients complain that their heavy, drooping eyebrows make them appear as though they are tired, unwell, run down or unfriendly.

A brow lift can also be a convenient alternative to a facelift, with more subtle results and less bruising and swelling post-surgery. It can also be performed in combination with other surgical procedures on the face in order to achieve your desires results.

Those contemplating a forehead lift as a way to decrease drooping brow skin and heavy, sagging eyes may also want to look into what an upper blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, can do to improve their eye area. Consulting with a board certified, experienced and well-qualified plastic surgeon about how you would like to improve your appearance is the first step to a new you.

Neck Lift Procedures in Okatie

If you are interested in learning more about the neck lift procedure, contact us today at 843.705.8940 to schedule an appointment.  We look forward to hearing from you.


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