Brow Lift Surgery Can Rejuvenate Your Appearance
The top third of the face is one of the first areas to show aging. Deep creases on the forehead and between the eyes begin to form and the brows become heavy and begin to droop. You begin to look tired and less awake. Our Ontario patients have found that a forehead lift, also known as a brow lift, is excellent in reversing these signs of aging, including drooping brows, forehead creases, frown lines, and hoods over the eyes, to give you a refreshed, youthful appearance.
The result is an elegant erasure of the signs of aging - a smooth forehead and the elimination of heavy brows and frown lines. If you are suffering from sagging brows or deep forehead creases, a forehead/brow lift can help you look as young as you feel.
An endoscopic browlift surgery reverses the signs of aging in the top third of the face. Ottawa surgeon Dr. Peter Brownrigg specializes in face and neck surgery and is skilled in this procedure.
Dr. Brownrigg uses the latest approach, the endoscopic browlift. This procedure only requires three short incisions and these incisions are designed to be hidden once healed.
Forehead lift surgery, when performed in our accredited Ottawa Surgicenter, is a safe and comfortable procedure. Our staff is experienced in taking care of patients before, during, and after your surgery.
Patients should relax for at least a week after brow lift surgery. Within three weeks, some swelling might remain, but all other visible signs of surgery will have faded.
As a surgeon devoted entirely to facial plastic surgery of the face and neck, cosmetic surgeon Peter Brownrigg, M.D. is a perfect choice to perform your forehead lift surgery. When undertaken by a skilled surgeon, a forehead or brow lift has minimal risks and can yield beautiful results. It can also be combined with non-surgical skin treatments like Thermage™ or microdermabrasion for impressive results.
If you live in Canada and are interested in learning more about the endoscopic browlift, contact our Ottawa cosmetic surgery center today.