Coronal Brow Lift
- Severely low positioned eyebrows can create a fatigued or scowling appearance, and contribute to vision obstruction.
- The coronal brow lift involves a long incision either along the hair line or in the scalp; the long incision is needed in order to elevate the brow significantly and to remove excess skin.
- Endoscopic Brow Lift is effective for mild droop; Short Incision Brow Lift is best for moderate droop.
- If the brow is in good position, then an Upper Blepharoplasty can add balance and harmony of the eye area.
- Botox can give the illusion of a brow lift by weakening adjacent areas of the forehead.
- Professional Makeup Artistry involves brow shaping techniques to accentuate brow contour.
How It’s Done
- An incision from temple to temple is made along the hairline and the forehead skin is separated from the underlying muscle layer, lifted and excess skin is removed.
- Since one eyebrow is most often lower than the other, this is a delicate operation requiring exceptionally skilled hands in order to achieve symmetry.
- Brow lift surgery is done under light general anesthesia delivered by a board certified anesthesiologist in an accredited surgery center.
- In Dr. Rad’s hands, brow lift surgery is very safe.
What to Expect
- Recovery involves minor bruising and swelling and lasts 1 to 2 weeks, depending on the extent of surgery.
- Return back to work in 1-3 weeks, depending on the speed of healing, is normal.