Brow Lift Surgery: Serving Sydney, New South Wales
If you have expression lines or other signs of ageing in the forehead and brow region which you find bothersome, a brow lift (also called a forehead lift) may be right for you. A brow lift:
Minimizes the creases that develop across the forehead, or those that occur high on the bridge of the nose, between the eyes
Improves what are commonly referred to as frown lines
Repositions a low or sagging brow that is holding the upper eyelid
Raises the eyebrows to a more alert and youthful position
A brow lift operation is designed to correct all of these ageing features, restoring a more youthful, rested appearance with uplifted contours and improved tone in facial skin and underlying muscle.
Sydney Brow Lift Procedure Overview
A forehead-lift or browlift regenerates loose hanging eyebrows to a more natural and youthful state and smoothes the horizontal stress-lines of the forehead. The (browlift) or forehead-lift procedure supplies a fresher, more rested impression to the eyes and overall look. A brow raise is often performed in conjunction with eyelid-lift or a blepharoplasty surgery procedure.
Age, sun exposure and the earths gravitation pull often induce a descent in the normal appearance of the eyebrows. Stress and muscle over-activity, in an attempt to promote the position of the brows, contribute to forehead wrinkling, and an old age appearance of the person.
The forehead lift or brow lift procedure is the surgery of selection when excess upper eyelid skin was a result of dangling eyebrows or when deep forehead wrinkles are present. Upper eyelid skin excess may, in many cases, be treated by a blepharoplasty or upper eyelid-lift alone, nonetheless when the moderate or serious excess skin can be attributed to brow droop or eyebrow ptosis, a brow lift procedure should be taken into consideration.
What Questions Should I Ask My Surgeon about a Brow Lift in Sydney?
Are you (RACS) or (AAFPS) certified in Facial Plastic Surgery?
RACS stands for the “Royal Australasian College of Surgeons”
AAFPS stands for The “Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery”
Am I a good candidate for a Sydney Brow Lift procedure? Why or why not?
What should I realistically expect from a Brow Lift procedure in terms of my cosmetic surgery outcome?
Where will you perform my Brow Lift procedure?
What type of Brow Lift procedure will you use to get the best results for me?
What should I do before and after my Sydney Brow Lift operation to achieve and maintain the best results possible?
How long is my recovery expected to take and how will feel? Will I be able to care for myself?
What are the risks and complications associated with a Brow Lift ? How would you handle them?
Can I see before-and-after photos from other patients at your Sydney Brow Lift clinic?
The Sydney Eye Brow Lift Procedure Explained:
The forehead raising or brow lift procedure can be performed utilizing a number of different techniques that are tailored to your particular needs. Depending upon your special requirements, the forehead raising or brow raising may be performed utilizing a classical technique, known as a coronal forehead lifting or coronal forehead raising, or with a limited incision forehead lift technique, such as an endoscopic forehead lift (implementing a video camera and tools through small incisions within the hairline) or a temporal forehead lifting procedure or forehead lift (utilizing incisions within the hairline above the "tail" of the forehead ). Dr. White will discuss each option with you carefully, and together you will decide on the method used that is most appropriate to achieve your surgical goals. With the coronal forehead lift, an incision is made across the scalp, within the hairline. The scalp and soft tissues are loosened down to the eyebrows, the small muscles that grow between the eyes are subdivided, and the scalp is redraped upward.
The coronal forehead lifting or brow lift sydney procedure is set aside for moderate or severe brow dangle and deeper wrinkling of the forehead. More commonly, Dr. White performs a forehead lift with a limited incision forehead lifting technique. With the endoscopic forehead raising technique, three to five small incisions are stimulated within the hairline, and an endoscope( a special surgical video camera and light source) is used to visualize the raising of the forehead scalp and soft tissues utilizing small precise instruments. The muscles that grow wrinkles can be addressed with this forehead raising technique as indicated, and the deep tissues are resuspended, rehabilitating forehead position and extra scalp to achieve a smoother, more youthful appearance.
A temporal forehead raising or forehead raising is done through two small incisions within the hairline. Dr. White may recommend including fat with fat move( autologous fatten grafting ), or tighten or refreshing of the scalp of the forehead with laser therapies combined with brow raising surgery.
A Brow lift in Sydney is performed in Dr. Whites office-based surgical suite.. These brow lifting procedures take between one and three hours, depending on the forehead raising technique, your degree of skin excess, brow dangle or ptosis, and different degrees of muscle tightening that is required on the day.
Main Reasons to Choose a Brow Lift procedure
If your eyes and forehead become droopy and lined
If you are concerned about your sagging, wrinkled forehead
Your worried about your heavy set heavy brows
You want to reduce your forehead lines and creases, as well as frown lines between the eyebrows
How Long Does It Take To Heal from a Brow Lift?
Following brow lift or forehead lift surgery in Sydney, you will go home on the same day with a close relative or family member. Mild swelling and bruising are expected after a brow raising procedure, and generally will dissipate after seven to ten days, although the period of swelling and recuperation is likely to be slightly longer when blepharoplasty or other the surgical procedures are performed at the same time as your brow lifting operation.
Cold compress will be applied for pain relief and to minimise swelling. Sutures within the hairline will be removed approximately 10 days following your brow raising procedure. Dr. White recommends taking seven to ten days off following a brow lift or forehead lift, however numerous patients are able to return to work after about a week following the procedure.
Following a brow lift be included with other surgical procedures such a s laser or facelift, Dr. White recommends taking fourteen days for recuperation, although it is sometimes possible to return to work as soon as is ten to twelve days after your brow or forehead lifting procedure ( as long as there is no strenuous activity or heavy lifting involved at your place of work). Light aerobic activity daylight treadmill, stationary bicycle, may be resumed as soon as is five to seven days following your brow lifting procedure and more strenuous activity is allowed again at two to three weeks.
Your relationship with Dr. White does not end after brow lift or forehead lift surgical operation; he will see you often through the fortnight and several months following your brow raising, and will advise you on all matters in your recuperation including skin fitness and health including diet, skin maintenance, antioxidants, and also minimising exposure from the sun to maximize and save the rejuvenating effects of your various procedures.
We look forward to helping you feel great about your body.
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While we provide our patients with an opportunity to look through before and after photos of actual Brow Lift Cosmetic Surgery Sydney procedures during their consultation with one of our Brow Lift Doctors in Sydney, we urge our visitors to view our before and after gallery while visiting our website and specifically at our cosmetic surgery clinic.
At Sydney Plastic Surgery Experts we look forward to helping you reach your Cosmetic Surgery Sydney-based goals with your body.