Youthful Brow Lift

As the brow starts to sag and develops folds, it can cause the patient to appear grumpy or irritated, even if they are in good spirits. The forehead region is prone to volume loss, wrinkles, lines, and creases, and can take on a hollowed appearance. Thankfully, a brow lift, otherwise known as a forehead lift, can be performed to elevate drooping eyebrows and reduce hooding of the upper eyelids, leaving the patient with a more youthful and attractive aesthetic. After receiving a brow lift, clients may experience a significant boost in self-confidence. 

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Why Choose The LaVie Institute of Plastic Surgery?

At The LaVie Institute, patients enjoy concierge level care in a safety-oriented, accredited setting at the hands of our four world-class board-certified plastic surgeons. We provide personalized attention, a carefully curated treatment plan optimized to meet your needs, and continued monitoring after your procedure to ensure a seamless recovery. All surgeries are performed in our state-of-the-art onsite operating theaters, equipped with cutting-edge technology. For hand and reconstructive procedures, clients enjoy access to our top-tier hospital-based clinic, affiliated with the prestigious Swedish Medical Center.

What Is a Brow Lift?

A brow lift is a surgical procedure that addresses sagging tissue in the forehead to give patients a more youthful appearance.

The eyebrows are repositioned in a more aesthetically appealing location, creating a more inviting, attractive facial expression. The treatment process may involve moving the arch of the brow or simply smoothing out wrinkles on the forehead. 

What Are the Benefits of a Brow Lift?

  • Natural-looking results 
  • Rewinds the clock on facial aging
  • Creates a more inviting facial expression
  • Improves vision
  • Long-lasting results
  • Smooths away lines, wrinkles, and folds
  • Can be combined with blepharoplasty or facelift
  • Appropriate for all genders
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Who Is a Candidate?

Generally speaking, this procedure is ideal for a patient who:

  • Suffers from sagging eyebrows, which can obscure their vision
  • Is dealing with forehead furrows, fine lines, and wrinkles
  • Is seeking an additional procedure to complement another facial treatment, such as a facelift
  • Is in good physical and mental health, with no uncontrolled medical conditions
  • Has realistic expectations for the outcome of the treatment

Dr. Daniali is one of the best doctors I have ever seen and I have seen many doctors in my 68 years. She is a very talented doctor, with double board certifications, which is a rare thing. As a surgeon, I found her careful, meticulous and very methodical.  As a person, she is very caring, compassionate, a great listener and genuinely wants the best for her patients. I highly recommend Dr. Daniali.

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What Is The Procedure Like?

A brow lift is typically performed with a local anesthetic and a sedative, allowing the patient to rest easily throughout the operation. There are several approaches to a brow lift, and the ideal method is chosen based on the patient’s specific issues and desired outcomes. 

Endoscopic Brow Lift

With this method, tiny incisions are made at the hairline, through which an endoscope, or tubular camera, is threaded, affording the surgeon a greater degree of precision. The procedure involves well-hidden incisions; any scars will be mostly invisible. During this process, the eyebrows can be raised to a higher position, giving the patient a smoother, more youthful look. 

Temporal Brow Lift

The temporal brow lift is a less involved procedure that consists of making inch-long incisions above the temples near the hairline. The treatment works to adjust the outer forehead while simultaneously elevating the eyebrows and improving the appearance of fine lines and folds. It is often performed in tandem with a blepharoplasty.

Coronal Brow Lift

This method is considered to be a more ‘traditional’ approach. It involves making incisions across the scalp from ear to ear. The forehead skin is lifted in order to taper it back, resulting in reduced wrinkles and a smoother facial surface. With this method, the scar from the incision is carefully obscured under the patient’s hair. 

Non-Surgical Brow Lift

Otherwise known as a "BOTOX brow lift," this procedure involves administering botulinum toxin into the forehead, causing the muscles to relax. This aids in pulling the forehead downward. Like other BOTOX procedures, follow-up treatments are required to maintain the results long-term. 

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Brow Lift Recovery

Following the brow lift procedure, patients typically notice some swelling and bruising, which should fade away by the end of the first week. The patient needs to keep their head elevated throughout the first couple of weeks following the treatment, as this helps ensure a strong recovery.

Patients must also temporarily refrain from working out and engaging in strenuous activity, as it can potentially disrupt the healing process. Sutures are removed in the first one to two weeks after the surgery. Overall, patients generally feel ready to get back to their daily routines after seven to ten days of rest. 


Will there be visible scars after the surgery?

Can asymmetric eyebrows be fixed?

Can you use injectables for a brow lift?

Will there be visible scars after the surgery?

Incisions are usually hidden under the hairline to ensure minimal visibility.

Can asymmetric eyebrows be fixed?

Both surgery and BOTOX have proven to be effective at correcting asymmetry in the brow region.

Can you use injectables for a brow lift?

Non-surgical brow lifts employ BOTOX, a popular and versatile injectable.

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