Everybody always wants to look their best in order to feel their best. But time has a way of concealing the beauty we feel inside. One of the major changes that occurs to the face over time is a descent of the eyebrows and forehead. This change can be subtle but has a major impact on whether we are perceived as bright and beautiful, or drab and sullen.
People perceived as youthful and attractive have smooth foreheads with the eyebrows resting on the orbital bone above the eye. Look at the before photograph of my patient, a lovely woman in her early 50s. She has a heaviness to her upper eyelids and eyebrows that makes her look tired and harsh. She came to me and inquired if upper eyelid surgery could help her. I explained to her that although her upper eyelids were part of the problem, her eyebrow position was the major contributor to her unhappiness.
After reviewing this with me, she elected an Endoscopic Eyebrow Lift along with a skin-pinch Upper Eyelid Blepharoplasty for a maximal result. Look at her after photograph and notice how terrific she looks! She tells me that she feels ten years younger and looks fresh and engaging. No creams, lotions, peels, or diets could make her look this fabulous — and her results are long lasting. Eyebrow lifting can be performed in numerous ways including direct incisions above the brows or with a hidden approach in the hairline. The patient shown here, a good candidate for endoscopic surgery, chose this most modern approach. The surgery is performed pain-free under anesthesia and has a rapid recovery with little downtime.
Endoscopic Eyebrow Lifting can make a huge, immediate impact and has minimal risks. As a board certified, fellowship trained oculofacial surgeon, my goal is to help each and every one of my patients with safe and effective procedures as expertly as possible. Isn’t it time that you considered making a change for yourself to look and feel your best?