Direct Brow Lift
Eyebrows are typically positioned slightly above the orbital rim. As the person ages, the eyebrows can become drooping, which may make the person appear tired or depressed. Moreover, this might hinder the eyesight since there are parts of the flesh that are blocking the vision.
Brow lift surgery can prove to be beneficial in both refining the looks as well as minimizing eyesight hindrance.
Individuals whose eyebrows are considerably drooping, making their faces look tired.
Individuals with eyelid ptosis from brow position being too low
After applying anesthesia, the surgeon will begin removing the skin above the eyebrow. The portion of the skin removed will be different for each case, depending on the current appearance of the brow, as well as the skin’s overall flexibility. After removing the skin, the surgeon will stop the bleeding with a electrocautery, and then proceed to stitching. The marks will be hidden under the upper rim of the brow.
Apply cold pack to the area during the first 3 days.
Clean the area daily, avoid contact with water until suture removal date.
Remove the stitches on Day 7. Patient can wash his/her face and apply makeup afterwards.
Avoid sunlight exposure during the first 3 months.
The swelling will be less noticeable after 3-6 months.
Scars and marks may be visible during the first 3 months, and will gradually fade out within a year.
Scars just above the eyebrows can be visible, especially during the first 3 months after the operation. The marks will typically fade out within 1 year.
How long will the change last?
The result will typically last 5-10 years, depending on the individual’s age, skin type, and lifestyle.