Category Archives: Brow/Forehead Lift

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You may still want Botox® or facial fillers after a brow lift

Treatments of Botox and Dysport® are popular to relax wrinkles and improve one's appearance without surgery. These nonsurgical treatments, along with facial fillers, are commonly performed in the upper regions of the face such as in the forehead, in between the eyes, and sides of the eyes (i.e. crow's feet). These periorbital areas are also …

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Plastic surgery to reverse signs of facial aging

Gravity or drooping is only one aspect of looking older. Shrinking, shriveling, thinning, frowning, and discoloring play a role too in appearing older. Each of this varying aspects of facial aging play a different role in everyone. One may look older due to droopy eyes, while another has a "tired" appearance from sunken cheeks. In …

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Botox® Brow Lift – Lifting the eyebrow without cosmetic surgery

Appropriately shaped, arched, or elevated eyebrows are sought after by many patients seeking to enhance their appearance. The numerous stand alone eyebrow threading and waxing businesses speak to the popularity of having good looking eyebrows. However, a trip to the plastic surgeon's office may be required to alter the position or shape of the eyebrow. …

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Brow Lift: Augmentation Too?

Does Brow Lift surgery augment the Eyebrow? No. Some patients may think brow lift surgery requires placing material into the forehead and brow area to augment or fill the eyebrow. Typical cosmetic brow lift surgery does not need any fillers. Endoscopic brow lift surgery does not augment the forehead, rather this cosmetic surgery lifts and …

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Brow Lift: What causes Droopy Eyebrows?

Most eyebrows naturally droop or descend with age. The skin and connective tissue around the eyes and eyebrows weaken, which makes them drop. The side of the eyebrows tend to drop more than the part of the brow near the nose. Age-related eyebrow changes usually become apparent around 40-years old, but sometimes earlier. The modern …

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Dr. Daryl Hoffman Blog

Brow Lift: Correcting Asymmetry

Treatment options are available to treat asymmetric eyebrows. is a great option to help adjust brow height a little bit, to produce a more symmetric eyebrow. It is better at lowering a brow, than elevating. Results with Botox may vary and last several months. Endoscopic facial surgery is the next option. Brow asymmetry may be …

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Eyebrow: Thread Lift or Endobrow

Droopy eyebrows is a common sign of aging, with the tail part of the brow descending the most with age. While thread lifts are an option, this minimally invasive method is also minimally effective. Thread lifts are usually performed by nonsurgeons done with local anesthesia, with results being temporary. The best cosmetic surgery for the …

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Forehead Lifts: Are Endobrows Better?

A forehead lift, regardless of exact method, elevates the forehead and eyebrows. Each method of surgery requires some form of anesthesia, either general or IV sedation (twilight). Both have similar cosmetic outcomes. The difference between a traditional forehead lift and an endoscopic brow lift is the approach, or surgical access, to the brow area. Traditional …

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