The Brow Lift Procedure
A brow lift can be performed using two different methods: conventional and endoscopic.
The conventional method involves the use of incisions, which are typically made near the ear. During a conventional brow lift procedure, the skin of the forehead and brow are lifted, and facial muscles in the area are repositioned while excess skin and tissue is removed. Staples or sutures are made at the incision site, which are removed approximately one week after the procedure.
During an endoscopic brow lift, a number of microscopic incisions are made across the scalp. Using the endoscopic surgical instrument, Dr. Arzadon can complete the brow lift with minimal visible scarring and loss of sensation.
The brow lift procedure typically requires a recovery period of approximately a week. Swelling and bruising of the upper facial area may last 7 to 10 days, although you will be able to wear makeup after about 3 days. You may experience numbness at the surgical site, itching, minor hair loss, and some discomfort after the procedure.
How Much Does a Brow Lift Cost in Arlington?
The Spa Clinic works with CareCredit® to provide financing options for patients. Within a few hours, you can be pre-approved for your cosmetic procedure.
Dr. Arzadon specializes in cosmetic surgery; visit our other cosmetic surgery pages including eyelid surgery, facelifts, and rhinoplasty.