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Eyebrows help define the upper third of your face. They anchor youe eyes—the windows to your soul. A woman’s gentle arching brow underscores her femininity and strength. A man’s properly positioned eyebrows emphasizes his sincerity and determination.
There are several types of browlifts ranging from the noninvasive and temporary Botox and fillers to longer lasting noninvasive devices and invasive surgical browlifts. Browlifts can be performed with upper eyelid blepahroplasties in order to stabilize the brow, or as a solo procedure which may include a forehead lift. There advantages and disadvantages to each browlift technique.
Dr Gladstone performs several types of browlifts, and has found that the most effective combine a non invasive device with a surgical pretrichal (incisions at the hairline) approach. In some men with forehead creases, a mid-forehead lift combined with a noninvasive device may be the most effective.
These procedures are performed with local anesthesia and oral sedation. With the less invasive browlifts, there may be no downtime, but with a surgical pre trichal browlift, there will be one week of down time, though there may be some residual swelling for up to a month. A Botox browlift may only last 4 months while if a filler is used, it may last 6-9 months. When the pretrichal surgical browlift is combined with a noninvasive lift, the results may last up to 3-5 years.
*The results described are not typical and will vary based on a variety of factors.