There are a number of specialized facial procedures for correction of the effects of aging. Facial procedures are not a “one-size-fits-all” procedure, they are specialized for your skin, muscle and bone structure, and personally tailored to what your desired results are.
A forehead lift or a mini-brow procedure helps eliminate lateral drooping of the brow area. This procedure can be done safely as an outpatient procedure using local anesthesia, or numbing solution injections. If a full browlift is required to lift drooping skin between the eyebrows, this procedure may be performed instead in our adjoining outpatient hospital surgery unit.
For extra enhancement and adding further improvements to the brow lift procedure, Botox® or Dysport® injections will improve horizontal lines on the forehead as well.
Mini-facelift or other facial procedures can be performed in combination with your brow lift procedure for an improved facial appearance. Brow lifts can also be combined with a mini-facelift or full facelift.
Click to view Before and after images of the forehead lift.
Because a full facelift is not necessary for all aging faces, the mini-facelift procedure is an available option that helps inprove problem areas such as the neck, jowls, cheeks and brows, and is an in-office procedure requiring local numbing solution injections. Mini-facelifts produce minimal bruising or swelling after the procedure, allowing for rapid recovery.
For those who require a more intense treatment for a greater amount of excess skin, sagging skin and neck muscle bends, a full facelift can be performed safely under anesthesia in our hospital outpatient facility. Forehead lifts, eyelid lifts, and nose and ear reshaping can also be done in combination with the full facelift while you are under anesthesia. Mini-facelifts can also be performed under full anesthesia.
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