Brow lift – Forehead lift
Hello, I’m Dr. Matheson Harris from an Ophthalmologist from Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. I see many people with droopy eye, brows that give the face a weary and sometimes angry look. They can also cause the upper eyelids to hang down often and block peripheral vision. It is necessary to lift the eye, brows and forehead to correct the problem frequently. The insurance covers the procedure if it turns out that the sight is impaired. There are several ways to lift your eye, brows and forehead.
The most common procedure we perform is referred to as an endoscopic brow lift. This is done by making small incisions behind the hairline and raising the entire forehead and forehead to a higher position. The forehead skin is held in place with small releasable anchors inserted into the bone. The incisions are closed with skin clips that were subsequently removed.
For about a week, we perform this procedure very often along with an upper eyelid blepharoplasty or an eyelid tightening, for which I like the head endoscope because it is minimally invasive, the incisions Well hidden in the hairline and there is no great removal of skin scarring. In most cases, the hairline is not seen to move up one or two centimeters, but this usually goes unnoticed. The procedure may not be suitable for people with very thin hair who experience hair loss or baldness. The brows can also be raised by a direct procedure in which an incision is made over the eye, brow hairs. Although this raises the eye, brow very well, it does show significant scars on is not used very often these days.
Another method, called Pre-Try-Keel-Brow-Lift, raises the brows without moving the hairline. This works very well for people who always carry their hair forward and are worried that their forehead will be severely incised. Along the hairline, in an irregular pattern that hides well part of the forehead, which causes the brows to be pulled up. The incision then consists of garments with a long line of seams, which are removed after about a week. The strongest but most invasive method of lifting forehead and forehead is to have a coronal eye, brow lift on top of the head and remove a large portion of the skin and some hairs. This is the longest-lasting method of lifting the forehead and brows.
However, it leads to a significant scar. In most of these procedures, the recovery time may be several weeks or longer under general anesthesia. They come and go the same day after surgery from the operations center. Your head will be wrapped in a pressure bandage that you leave in place for 3 to 5 days, depending on which operation you were in pain for, pills that are instructed to stay calm for a few weeks if the surgery is at the same time as After the eyelid surgery is done, use an ice cream on your eyelids as we describe them in some of our other videos after a week in which we remove the staples or stitches
Bruising usually takes two to three weeks, and swelling in these operations may take a little longer, but bleeding and bruising may occur with patients, but significant patients with blood-thinning may experience significant bruising that can wander in the face. It is also not uncommon for bleeding to occur several days after the operation that exerts direct pressure. Any bleeding usually stops within a few minutes if the bleeding does not stop. Our eye, brow lift can be a transformative procedure that will make your face look years younger and possibly improve your eyesight. We look forward to helping you feel comfortable and looking your best