Eyebrow Lifting

Eyebrows are one of the most important building blocks in shaping the face. However, aging, weight gain, and certain genetic factors can lead to a relaxation of tissues in the area. Consequently, eyebrows that lose their normal position can sag downwards from their erect position, naturally leading to a tired, weary, sad, and undesired facial expression.

Additionally, certain diseases can also cause sagging of the eyebrows. Past surgeries, facial paralysis, and tumors are conditions that can adversely affect the eyebrows, leading to a downward and poor appearance. Generally, eyebrow lifting aesthetics are performed in conjunction with upper and middle face lifting and forehead surgery. While it can be performed along with eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty), it can also be done as a standalone procedure.

Brow Lift Surgery Technique

Eyebrows play a crucial role in defining the appearance of the face. The process of aging, gaining weight, and some genetic factors can cause the tissues in this area to become lax. This leads to the eyebrows moving downward from their original, lifted position, which can give the face a tired, weary, or sad look that many find undesirable.

Moreover, specific medical conditions can also result in the sagging of the eyebrows. The aftermath of surgeries, facial paralysis, and tumors are examples of issues that can negatively impact the look of the eyebrows, creating an unattractive downward appearance. Typically, aesthetic eyebrow lifts are conducted together with upper and middle facelifts and forehead surgery. Although it can be combined with eyelid surgery (Blepharoplasty), eyebrow lifting can also be performed on its own.


Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What are the non-surgical brow lift methods?

    There are many different non-surgical techniques for brow lift surgery. Depending on the needs of the brow area, different methods are chosen. Particularly with the Ultherapy method, after the operational intervention, an effect that lasts for an average of 2 years is created.

    On the other hand, botulinum toxin application can be considered for a 6-month period as a non-surgical brow lift surgery technique. Additionally, through the use of filler applied to the lower part of the brow, non-surgical elevation in the brow area can be achieved. Generally, through the use of barbed threads, the suspension method is employed for brow lift surgery, yielding positive results. This way, the desired aesthetic appearance is achieved, allowing the individual to continue their daily life with a completely natural look.

  • Post-Brow Lift Surgery Considerations

    After brow lift surgery, the area is typically bandaged. Especially during this period, applying cold compresses to the treated area allows for faster recovery from swelling than usual.

    Swelling may occur in the forehead area after surgery, which is quite normal. However, bruising is not normal, and if this occurs, it is important to consult a doctor immediately. During this period, it is important to wash the hair carefully and comb it gently. Stitches in the hair-bearing area are removed within a week. After the first week, the person usually starts to feel much better. Temporary difficulty in brow movements may occur for a while after the surgery, which is normal. If any unexpected issues arise during the recovery process, be sure to contact your doctor immediately.