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Look years younger with a firm, lifted brow.

The eyes say a lot about how a person is feeling, but an aging forehead with a heavy, sagging brow and furrowed lines may convey the wrong emotion, such as anger, sadness or worry. A brow that has sagged over time can also make a person look tired, even after a good night’s sleep.

A brow lift is a cosmetic surgery procedure performed by Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons to lift sagging eyebrows and improve the appearance of horizontal lines on the forehead and frown lines between the eyes. Our surgeons are skilled in the entire range of brow lift techniques. The specific technique used is based on factors such as the position of the eyebrows, the amount of excess upper eyelid skin, the height of the hairline and the degree of horizontal forehead creases. 

Most people who have had a brow lift procedure are thrilled with the results, as they often look years younger. Their eyes appear more open and bright, and they generally look more refreshed.

A brow lift may be performed with upper and lower eyelid lifts to further enhance the appearance of the eyes. Because a brow lift will improve, but not completely eliminate deep furrows and creases, BOTOX® may be recommended to temporarily eliminate wrinkles without surgery. Other skin rejuvenation techniques, such as laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion and chemical peels, may be used to address aging due to sun damage. Combined with a brow lift, these facial treatments will make the forehead and the entire face look more rejuvenated.

The best way to know if a brow lift is right for you is to sit down with your Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons specialist for a personal consultation. Together, you will discuss your condition, your desired results, the details of the procedure and post-procedure expectations, financial options, and any concerns or questions you may have.  

The first step is to schedule an appointment. Scheduling an initial consultation with your Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons expert will not obligate you to move forward with any procedure.