Brow Lift



Want to Rid of Saggy Brows and Eyelids?

BROW LIFT

A brow lift creates a more relaxed and youthful expression of the upper face by reducing the appearance of a tired, angry or sad looking face. Brow surgery restores a smoother, restful, and more spirited looking upper face. The surgery lifts sagging eyebrows, smoothens out the frown lines of the forehead, and reduces the hooding of the upper eyelids.

Either endoscopic, hairline, or upper eyelid incisions may be used to help minimize incisions and reduce visibility of scars. Muscles responsible for the forehead frown lines are surgically weakened, and brow soft tissues are re-suspended to lift up the eyebrows.


Quick and dramatic improvement
Long lasting
Less maintenance


1. For individuals who desire quick and dramatic improvement, and are able to tolerate down time
2. Forehead line
3. Saggy brows
4. Saggy upper eyelids


1. Patients with realistic expectation
2. Patients in good healthy conditions


1. Patients with unrealistic expectation
2. Patients with low blood sugar, dehydration, acute disease, autoimmune disorder, blood disorder, cancer, or on bleeding thinning medications.


Either endoscopic, hairline, or upper eyelid incisions may be used to help minimize incisions and reduce visibility of scars. Muscles responsible for the forehead frown lines are surgically weakened, and brow soft tissues are re-suspended to lift up the eyebrows

The surgery takes about three hours in an outpatient surgery center.

General anesthesia ia usually needed although select cases may need only local anesthesia.


1. Smoother forehead
2. Lifted eyebrows
3. Lifted upper eyelids


The results are seen immediately.

Results last years.

Additional maintenance is required, although less frequent and less intensive than non-surgical options.
Further treatment may be recommended to further results.

Recovery lasts one to two weeks
Significant swelling, moderate bruising, and some soreness are expected.
Prescription pain medications are generally necessary.

Cost of treatment options ranges from three to five digits. An in-person consultation with your specialist physician will help to determine the best suitable solution to your own individual needs.