Browlift at Duggal Plastic Surgery
A browlift refers to procedures to smooth the forehead, reduce frown lines, and reposition the eyebrows to a more youthful position. This can be done through a variety of approaches including small incisions in the hairline, endoscopically with a small camera and instruments, or directly through the incision for an upper blepharoplasty.
A browlift addresses the brows and forehead. This is often combined with procedures to improve the eyelids, or blepharoplasty. It can also be combined with a facelift to address the lower face and jawline. Facial fat grafting could be done to restore volume to the cheeks and lips which is lost as we age. Skin resurfacing to remove fine lines and wrinkles can also be combined with a browlift or facelift.
A browlift can be done under local anesthesia and sedation or general anesthesia, and may require an overnight stay when combined with other procedures. You may resume light activity the following day but may take 1-2 weeks to resume normal activity. Swelling and bruising for the first 1-2 weeks is normal, and results will improve and refine over the next 4-6 weeks.