As the brow sags and causes hooding of the upper eyelid, you may tend to unconsciously elevate your eyebrows, which causes both dynamic and static horizontal lines to appear on the forehead. Repeated frowning can also cause deep vertical creases to form between the eyebrows – these are often referred to as frown lines. Sagging of the skin in the corners of the brow also increases the appearance of crow’s feet.
By repositioning the brow to a more natural position, the eyes will appear larger, more vibrant, and less tired. Our plastic surgeons are skilled in evaluating each individual patient to determine a necessary position of the brow for their unique facial structure.
If you are currently unhappy with your appearance due to one or more of the above issues, a brow lift may help to provide you with a brighter look that can often result in a boost of your self-confidence.