When the eyebrow position becomes lowered it creates a heavy tired appearance. This process is often accompanied with increased frown lines across the forehead and between the eyebrows. The brow lift procedure aims to correct these changes by elevating the eyebrows.
The two techniques commonly used are, endoscopic or bicoronal brow lifts. An endoscopic brow lift consists of five incisions behind the hairline. In an bicoronal brow lift a single incision is made which runs behind the hairline and across the scalp. In both techniques the scars are concealed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will my eyesight be affected?
No, your eyesight will not be affected following the procedure.
Can I wear glasses/contact lenses following the procedure?
Yes, glasses can be worn immediately after the procedure but care must be taken. Contact lenses are fine.
How long do I have to wait before I can wear make up?
Light make up can be worn after one week and normal make up after 2 weeks. Hair can be washed after discharge as long as the scar lines are avoided.
How soon can I drive after surgery?
Driving should be avoided for 1-2 weeks post surgery.
For more detailed information regarding this procedure, please click here to read the patient information brochures written by our Cosmetic Surgeons.
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