Brow Lift in Sarasota

A brow lift, also called a forehead lift, improves the appearance and position of the forehead and eyebrows. As we age, the skin and supporting structures lose their elasticity and support. The skin begins to stretch and sag, often causing a tired or sad look in the forehead and eye region. In addition, underlying muscles can create prominent wrinkles in the forehead. Our board-certified plastic surgeons performs brow lift surgery in Sarasota to reposition the eyebrows, soften wrinkles, and provide a more youthful and rested appearance. It improves the upper third (from the eyebrows up) of the face, as the facelift improves the lower two thirds of the face.

We offer several types of browlift procedures at Sarasota Plastic Surgery. Mini brow lifts are smaller surgeries which address localized areas of brow laxity. A popular version of the mini brow lift is the temporal brow lift which raises the lateral one third of the brow (an important area for creating a youthful fresh appearance to the eyes) using a smaller incision. Some patients require a full brow lift which corrects more severe drooping of the brow and wrinkles along the entire forehead.

During your consultation your surgeon will determine if a brow lift is necessary for you and recommend the best procedure for your case. He will also describe the surgery with its benefits and risks.

Are You a Good Candidate?

To be a good candidate for any plastic surgery, you must have realistic expectations about what the procedure can do for you. It’s important to understand that a brow lift can enhance your appearance and self-confidence but, like all plastic surgery, it is not going to solve underlying emotional issues you may have. Always think carefully about your expectations and discuss any concerns you have with your surgeon.

Next Steps

All successful surgeries begin with open and honest communication between doctor and patient. Are you considering plastic surgery? Request a consultation with one of the surgeons at Sarasota Plastic Surgery Center or call (941) 366-8897 and let us educate you about your options and the procedures available.

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