Brow Lift Philadelphia
New advancements in plastic surgery have made facial procedures safer, easier, and more natural looking than ever before. There is no longer any reason to be dissatisfied with the appearance of your face. Visit Dr. Eric A. Marchant for facial plastic surgery tailored to your individual features, including facelift, rhinoplasty, and eyelid surgery. Dr. Marchant will listen to you closely and design a treatment plan based on the changes you would like to make.
Other names for Brow Lift:
Endoscopic Brow Lift
Lifting of the eyebrows and forehead skin to “open” the upper eyelid area; may permanently resolve frown and forehead lines.
Sometimes an upper eyelid lift is required at the same time.
Brow lift patients should refrain from any aerobic activity and lifting over 10 lbs for three weeks. Most patients return to more sedentary jobs within two weeks.
Dr. Marchant can revitalize a patient’s entire forehead region, including brow, eyelids, and eyebrows, with one procedure – the endoscopic brow lift. Unlike other brow lifts, an endoscopic procedure involves several small incisions rather than one continuous incision near your scalp. A tiny camera attached to a thin tube will be inserted into an incision. Dr. Marchant will view the tissues on a screen and place Endotine dissolvable anchors beneath the skin to tighten and firm the forehead area.
Because the endoscopic brow lift requires smaller incisions than a traditional brow lift, recovery time will be shortened significantly. In one to two weeks, most patients are able to return to work. The smaller incisions also result in smaller scars than a traditional brow lift. (Endoscopic brow lift is preferred over a traditional brow lift especially for those with thinning hair or no hair.) Deep creases and lines across the forehead will be smoothed. The face looks softer and younger after a brow lift has removed the harsh creases caused by aging.
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