Ease your wrinkles with a Brow Lift by Dr Edwin Pound

As we age, our skin starts showing signs of it. Wrinkles and expression lines appear foremost on the forehead. With age, the muscles and skin on our forehead begins to lose its elasticity. This droop makes you look fatigued, frustrated and angry. So if you are bothered by expression lines and other signs of aging in your brow region, consider brow lift. It is the most easiest and common procedures to reverse the visible signs of aging.

Brow Lift surgery smoothens the line and lift the sagging skin on the forehead and give you younger and refreshing looking skin. It is a very quick and easy procedure to enhance your appearance. Usually people between the age of 40 to 60 undergo this surgery. The procedure can be performed using one or two techniques.

The first technique is known as classic lift and involves a lengthy incision along the hairline. The incision starts at the beginning of one end and ends at another. During the procedure, the hair on both the incision line is tied back, and the forehead skin is separated from the tissue below. The surgery removes the tissues and segments of muscles and skin that are responsible for wrinkles.

Endoscopic lift is another procedure to perform brow lift. In this procedure, the doctor makes around three, and a half inch cut into the top of the scalp. In this cut, a pencil thin scope is inserted which is connected to a camera. This allows the doctor to view beneath the skin, to perform the procedure. The skin is lifted, and underlying tissues are smoothed out or are removed entirely. The small incisions are washed away and stitched. Sometimes they are also covered with gauze and antiseptics.

Advantages of the Brow lift surgery
It minimizes the creases that develop across the forehead, and those high on the bridge of the nose and between the eyes.

  • Improves frown lines
  • Improves sagging skin
  • Raise the eyebrows making you look more youthful

In rare cases, the nerves that control the eyebrow movement may get injured on one or both sides. It results in a loss of ability to raise the eyebrows.