Brow Lift (Forehead Lift) near West Bloomfield
Over time, the brow can begin to droop, causing the eyes to appear tired, angry or even closed off. Through a brow lift with Dr. Sabbagh, located near Dearborn and West Bloomfield, you can realize a more youthful and awake appearance.
What to Expect
- Anesthesia – Usually local with IV sedation
- Length of Surgery – 1 to 2 hours
- In / Outpatient – Generally out-patient in our accredited on-site surgery center
- Recovery – Back to work: 5 to 10 days depending on the procedure. Strenuous activity: 3 to 4 weeks.
- Fading of Scars – Several months to one year.
- Duration of Results – Several years, results vary.
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How is the surgery performed?
The endoscopic brow lift, involves the use of a surgical telescope to elevate the brows and smooth forehead wrinkles through small incisions made behind the hairline. Endoscopic surgery is less invasive than the traditional approach, and the scars are much smaller.
The endoscopic approach is typically best suited for patients who do not have deep horizontal lines across the forehead or a lot of loose skin on the forehead. A brow lift can be performed alone or with other cosmetic procedures such as a face lift or eye lid surgery.
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What Are the Risks
No surgical procedure is risk-free and that includes cosmetic surgery like brow lift surgery. During your consultation with Dr. Sabbagh, he will review the risks so you can make an educated decision. With an established track record of over 80 years, an accredited facility, and thousands of satisfied patients throughout Dearborn, metro Detroit, Michigan and the U.S., the Straith Clinic has earned an excellent reputation for cosmetic surgery of the face and body. Call us today at 248-270-5272 or send us an email to schedule a consultation during which you can discuss our facial and body services and tour our facility, including our on-site operating facility.
Can a brow lift be done under local anesthesia?
A brow lift can be performed using a combination of local anesthesia and sedation, but it is typically not performed under local anesthesia only. In some rare cases, general anesthesia might be required. Your plastic surgeon will determine the right option during your consultation.
Does a brow lift get rid of forehead wrinkles?
The brow lift is the most effective way to soften or eliminate forehead wrinkles. It can smooth the forehead and get rid of heavy brows at the same time.
Does a facelift include a brow lift?
A facelift does not always include a brow lift. However, patients often combine them for more transformative results.
Does brow lift change eye shape?
A brow lift does not change the shape of the eyes. Rather, it smooths the skin of the forehead/brow and lifts it into a more rejuvenated position.
How do I know if I need a brow lift?
If your eyebrows sag and cause you to appear tired or angry when you’re not, a brow lift can help. Additionally, deep forehead lines can be helped with a brow lift.
How long do brow lifts last?
A brow lift can last as long as you maintain an effective anti-aging regimen. Our team can help you create a personalized treatment package to help get the most out of your results.
What age should you get a brow lift?
Because everyone ages at different rates, there’s no age at which you “should” get a brow lift. Rather, you can benefit from a brow lift when non-surgical treatments no longer achieve the results you want.
What can I expect after a brow lift?
After a brow lift, you can expect to take 1-2 weeks away from work and normal activities. Swelling and bruising are common during this time, but it will begin to fully subside within a month.
What is the difference between a brow lift and blepharoplasty?
A brow lift deals with the forehead and area above the brows, smoothing and lifting the skin. Blepharoplasty deals with the upper and lower eyelids. Sometimes, both procedures are combined into a single surgery for best results.