Understanding the Endoscopic Forehead Lift
The Pretrichial Brow Lift
The Direct Brow Lift
Lastly, the direct brow lift is a third option that involves removing a portion of the skin and tissue that is located above the eyebrows. The piece removed spans the entire length of the eyebrow. The benefit to this procedure is that the hairline is not involved and the results reveal smooth skin that appears tight. The brow and forehead will be lifted by pulling the forehead skin down as opposed to up. This is a better option for those who have a receding hairline or the appearance of a high forehead. As with the previously mentioned procedures, the eyebrow shape and asymmetry are corrected. The surgeon will ensure that the scar from the procedure is placed along the eyebrow so that it is well concealed. Patients will experience swelling and bruising, and can resume normal activities within about two weeks.
Forehead lifts can benefit many individuals as they age. Sagging of the skin occurs as part of the aging process. Having three options of how the forehead lift can be completed is beneficial because each face is unique . All three procedures can reach the optimal end result of a smooth and natural lift and rejuvenated.
To learn more about the forehead lift and how it can benefit you, contact Masri Clinic for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery in Birmingham and Dearborn, MI, at 866-487-3223. Dr. Haitham Masri and his team have extensive training and are committed to helping patients achieve their goals for plastic surgery.