Brow Lift

Browlift
Browlift Before and After

Those seeking a quick and easy improvement in the overall look of their brows can choose from a variety of different injectables. For minimal tweaking, best suited for those without heavy lids, Botox is a good choice. By injecting Botox into the muscles that pull the eyebrows down, the muscles are weakened, and the eyebrows are lifted. The goal is to retrain the muscles to reshape the brow over time. Fillers used off-label such as Juvéderm can help lift the tail of the brow and may be used on those with deep hollowness to correct the shape.

The treatment takes mere minutes and results last three to four months on average. Strategically placed Botox injections can give your brows a subtle yet temporary lift, with none of the recovery or downtime associated with surgery.

Botox is not only a treatment to fix eyebrow and brow line signs of aging, but can also possibly delay the need for browlift surgery.

Browlift
Browlift Before and After

Who It Is For

If you have one or more of the following conditions, you’d be a good candidate for a browplasty or forehead lift:

  • Sagging or low position of the eyebrows
  • A “hooded” eyebrow
  • Deep furrows across the forehead
  • Frown lines, or furrows, between the eyebrows

Gravity impacts eyebrow shape and position causing the brow line to sag, which gives a more tired appearance to the face and eyes.

There are many different variations of the forehead lift procedure that improve the position and shape of the eyebrow and forehead areas and can reverse signs of aging. Call Smile and Body today and schedule your consultation with Dr. Blue.