For patients whose furrowed brows cause them to appear angry, sad, or tired much of the time, a brow lift is an excellent facial rejuvenation treatment. Depending on the patient’s needs, our Philadelphia cosmetic surgeon will use either a standard brow lift or an endoscopic brow lift. The standard approach remains the coronal lift, in which an incision is made across the top of the forehead from ear to ear. The incision is hidden behind the hairline. If brow lift surgery is performed in conjunction with a facelift, the incisions for the two procedures are connected in the hairline.
An endoscopic brow lift may be appropriate for younger patients who require only mild facial rejuvenation. Because the endoscopic brow lift requires only a few tiny incisions, the recovery period is much shorter for this surgical approach. During an endoscopic brow lift, Dr. Glat can address the overactive muscles in the forehead that cause wrinkles and lines to appear.
A brow lift addresses sagging skin on the brows, horizontal lines across the forehead, and glabellar creases that run just above the nose. Drooping upper eyelids can also be elevated during a brow lift. Brow lift surgery at our Philadelphia plastic surgery practice is performed for patients who desire a smoother, younger-looking brow region. For patients who want to look youthful and more refreshed without others knowing they had surgery, Dr. Paul M. Glat is able to achieve results that are beautiful, subtle, and natural looking.*
Our Philadelphia brow lift surgeon has been working as a certified plastic surgeon since 1999. He has everything you need to ensure that you are able to achieve your beauty goals and feel more confident in your appearance than ever before!
Call today at (610) 200-6657 to schedule a consultation at our Bala Cynwyd office and find out what procedures may be best for you and your aesthetic goals.