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Brow Lift

Brow Lift

Brow Lift

Eyebrow lift, also known as the brow lift or forehead surgery, is a cosmetic surgery for achieving a more youthful appearance by raising the eyebrows and reducing frown lines between the eyes and wrinkle lines on the forehead. You will find a rich selection of clinics offering brow lifts in Turkey, particularly in the country’s cultural capital, Istanbul.

Eyebrow Lift Procedure

Eyebrow lift surgery usually takes less than two hours and is performed under general anesthesia or intravenous sedation.

The brow lift can be performed with the classic lift method or the endoscopic lift method. In the former, a coronal incision is made around the hairline, which raises the brow without changing the hairline’s height. This method is usually advised for patients with high foreheads.

The endoscopic lift is performed by making smaller incisions in the hairline area and securing the tissue in a less invasive manner compared to the classic method. This method leaves fewer scars and has a shorter recovery period.

Patient profile – Eyebrow lifts are usually sought by patients with aging skin in the brow area. You should be healthy and ideally a nonsmoker in order to have a brow lift.

Eyebrow Lift Costs – Costs of eyebrow lifts can vary widely according to the surgeon’s experience and the exact type of procedure. Costs of a brow lift in Turkey and many other cosmetic procedures are much lower compared to Europe and the US.

Always inquire about the full price, which considers the price of brow lift surgery and additional costs such as anesthesia fees, operating room facilities and hospital costs, examinations, second procedure cost if necessary, etc.

Consultation – During eyebrow lift consultations, the following is discussed: surgical goals; medical history; substances used currently, including medications, supplements, alcohol, drugs, and tobacco; current health status; the expected outcome; postoperative care and potential complications.

The forehead region, including the upper eyelids, is evaluated and marked during the consultation and photographs taken, after which the surgeon recommends an appropriate course of treatment.

It is advised to make full use of the consultation appointment in order to make as informed of a decision as possible. It is essential for the procedure’s success to honestly answer all of the surgeon’s inquiries and openly ask about anything requiring clarification.

What Can Be Combined With Eye Brow Lift?

A brow lift is a cosmetic operation that raises the brows. Also known as a forehead lift or forehead rejuvenation. A brow lift improves the appearance of the forehead, brow, and the area around the eyes by raising the soft tissue and skin of the forehead and brow. And, if it is needed and desired, surgeons can combine your brow lift surgery with upper blepharoplasty and facelift. The reason behind this is to give you better and quicker results.

Brow Lift and Upper Blepharoplasty
Brow or upper blepharoplasty is typically performed in tandem with blepharoplasty to provide further top face and periorbital rejuvenation. Upper blepharoplasty is traditionally performed by meticulously excising lax and excess skin, muscle, and herniated fat, and because brow lift operates on the same principles, combining the two would be easier and more successful.

Brow Lift and Facelift
Face-lifting is a method that can be used in conjunction with other operations. That instance, doctors may offer to operate in more than one location in order to give you with the best possible care. Let us think about it. What if you had a raised and taut face but droopy brows? Yes, it is a bad scenario. So the surgeon mixes these two surgeries to give you the greatest smile and facial appearance.

Risks and Side Effects

Just like other cosmetic procedures, an eyebrow lift surgery may result in unwanted consequences. The following are some of the uncommon brow lift side effects:

  • Stitches that need to be physically removed by your doctor, instead of disappearing naturally
  • Discomfort or dehydration of the eyes, as well as difficulties with the eyelids
  • Incongruity of the brows
  • Loss of hair and a raised hairline around the cuts.
  • Hematoma, which is a deposit of blood under the skin caused by bleeding under the skin.
  • Face nerve damage resulting in trembling, paralysis, or pain
  • Inflammation, agony, and scars
  • Poor recuperation
  • Skin thinning and uneven skin contours

Recovery Timeline

After Your eyebrow lift it may take 10 to 14 days for the wound to completely heal. When it’s time, your sutures or clips will be removed. After 10-14 days, patients should be able to return to work and do routine activities.

Of course, recovery times will vary depending on the individual, but for most people in excellent health, any visible swelling or minor bruising will go away within the first few days.

You’ll see a light dressing over your brow area when you wake up from surgery; this will be removed in one or two days. A drain tube may be inserted to remove any excess blood or fluid, which helps to minimize swelling.

Two to three days following surgery, you may shower and wash your hair with a light soap that we will recommend. There may be minor swelling or light bruising around the eyes. Within the first week to ten days, this should subside.

All swelling should have gone down three weeks following surgery. Any incision scars are usually not obvious, but they can be easily hidden with hair or cosmetics until the wound heals.

Almost all of your routine activities, such as exercising and work, should be possible to continue. It will take a few weeks for the surgery to resolve with the final results appearing in about 6-8 weeks.

What to expect after the surgery?

Even though you will appear presentable in public, the healing process will take many weeks as the swelling subsides and the incision lines refine and fade. And it could take months for you to fully heal.

The outcome of your surgery depends on you following your doctor’s instructions.

During the recovery process, it’s critical to avoid applying too much strain, swelling, abrasion, or motion to the surgical wounds. Your doctor will provide you with specific guidelines for self-care.

For as long as your surgeon recommends, you should keep your head elevated and avoid intensive exercise. and On the operating area, avoid using ice or heat.

In addition, Your surgeon will give you particular instructions, which may include:

  • How to care for the surgical site and drains
  • Medications that can be applied to the skin or taken orally
  • Look for specific problems at the surgery site or in your overall health.
  • When should you see your plastic surgeon again.

Eyebrow Lift Surgery Aftercare

Every person will have a different recovery experience, depending on their health, age, the breadth of their surgery plan, and other considerations. Regardless of these distinctions, every patient should follow a consistent set of do’s and don’ts after an eyebrow lift. Keep in mind that these are only suggestions but crucial for a quick and easy recovery.

Keep your head elevated on at least two cushions after operation. Flex your feet and legs 3-5 times every hour while awake in bed.

You can apply the drops every 30 minutes if necessary to keep your eyes moist and pleasant.

Excess and intense activity should be avoided for a period of three weeks. Throughout that time, maintain your pulse rate below 100 beats per minute and do not lift more than 10 pounds.

Do not take alcohol or consume tobacco products.

To summarize, not only is the surgeon accountable for the operation’s success, but you are also in control of your own healing period; do your best!

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