After browplasty, expect swelling, bruising, and discomfort. This will improve over time and most people can resume normal activities within 1-2 weeks. If you have any concerns about recovery, please address them with Dr Steven Liew during the consultation process
Browplasty (Brow Lift) Surgery Sydney
About The Treatment - What is Browplasty?
Browplasty, also known as a brow lift or forehead lift, is a surgical procedure addressing a weakened brow. Excess skin may be removed, and underlying muscles and tissue may be repositioned. This procedure is often combined with Blepharoplasty (Eyelid surgery) to completely rejuvenate the eye and forehead area.
Candidates for Browplasty (Eyebrow Lift) Surgery
Candidates for browplasty surgery are typically healthy, non-smoking individuals, that may have one or more of the following concerns:
- Horizontal lines across the forehead: These lines are caused by a combination of factors, including sun exposure, muscle movement, and the loss of collagen and elastin in the skin.
- Vertical lines between the eyebrows (frown lines): Frown lines are caused by repeated muscle contractions. They can become more pronounced as the skin loses its elasticity.
Excess skin and fat deposits above the eye: Skin and fat around the eyes create a heavy appearance, even interfering with vision.
If you are considering browplasty (eyebrow lift) surgery, it is important to discuss your individual needs and goals. At Shape Clinic, Dr. Steven Liew can help you determine if browplasty surgery is right for you and can develop a personalised treatment plan
Over time, our eyes are affected by various factors: genetics, skin type and sun damage. Muscle layers beneath the eyelid skin weaken, fat deposits shift, and collagen begins to break down.
Correct excess skin on the eyes and surrounding skin.
Treat excess skin that has created folds and impaired the natural contour of the eyelid
What to expect from Browplasty (Eyebrow Lift) Surgery
During your consultation, Dr Liew will take the time to understand your needs and reasons for treatment. Based on your unique features, he will determine which technique will most effectively address your concerns.
Browplasty (Eyebrow Lift) - Endoscopic Method
Browplasty (Eyebrow Lift) - Temporal Method
What to Expect After A Brow Lift Procedure
Like to know more about your treatment options?
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What are the risks and complications of Browplasty (brow lift surgery)?
As with any surgery, there are some risks associated with browplasty, including:
- Reaction to anesthesia
- Pain and swelling
Is the procedure painful?
Browplasty can be painful, but the level of pain varies from person to person. Some people experience only mild discomfort, while others may experience more severe pain. The pain is usually most intense in the first few days after surgery, but it gradually subsides over time.
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