Brow Lift Surgery | Scottsdale, AZ
Brow Lift Surgical Techniques
This surgical technique places the incision along the natural upper brow’s hairline. The focus is to trim away excess skin and tighten the remaining skin & underlying tissues to create a rejuvenated facial appearance. The weak tissues will be reattached to the brow bone by sutures. This treatment doesn’t resolve any issues of wrinkles on the upper forehead. This procedure is great for male patients as they have more hair so the scar is easily concealed. This procedure is done in our Scottsdale, AZ office.
Lateral Brow Lift
Lateral brow lift aka temporal brow lift targets the outer third of the eyebrow. It changes the shape of the brow to give a more youthful and attractive look. The incision is made within the temporal hairline and will be hidden by the hair. Dr. Carlos Mata will use different tightening techniques to accomplish the lift you want. Candidates for this procedure are patients that need low to moderate lift. The lateral brow lift is performed in our Scottsdale, AZ surgical office.
Skin / Forehead Incision
The incision is made on the top part of the forehead right at the hairline. The incision is less extensive and smaller than a coronal lift. The goal of this procedure is to treat the brows and forehead skin by raising the soft tissue and skin of the forehead and brow. If you don’t have a strong hairline or thinning hair this treatment might not be recommended.
Endoscopic Brow Lift
The use of endoscopes gives way to less invasive treatments. During an endoscopy procedure, several small incisions, no longer than an inch, are made close to the hairline. A tiny camera at the end of a thin tube will be inserted to allow the surgeon to operate via a monitor. Other tubes are inserted that will perform the necessary surgical steps to correct the cosmetic problem. Sutures are placed underneath the skin to help lessen the scars. The healing from this technique is quicker compared to the classic brow lifts. This procedure requires specific equipment so going to the hospital will be necessary.
Coronal Brow Lift
An incision that hides the scar within the hair area is the coronal brow lift. The cut is made from one ear to the other, running along a few inches above the patient’s hairline. The eyebrows are then repositioned to correct the tired, aging appearance by pulling the muscles up. With this technique, the hairline is also positioned higher.
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