Eyebrow lift Case # 1102
A brow lift is a cosmetic treatment that elevates eyebrows. An Eyebrow lift improves the appearance of the brow, forehead, and area around the eyes. This is accomplished by tightening the forehead and brow soft tissue and skin. You may benefit from a brow lift if you’ve observed a sagging brow or asymmetry in your brows. Furthermore, a brow lift may boost your confidence. The eyebrow lift procedure can be combined with other cosmetic procedures such as eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) or a facelift.
What causes our brows to droop?
Our skin loses structure and volume as we age, while our muscles lose tone and substance. Gravity and other things cause the upper portion of your face to descend. As a result, the top portion of your face will fall downward. Another effect of facial aging is a loss of structural support in the face. Your skin does not rebound as it did in your twenties or thirties as you age. When the tissues in your face begin to droop, you may notice the following: drooping brows, loss of natural arch, drooping outer brow, melancholy appearance, and sinking cheeks.
How can I elevate my brow without surgery with dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections?
A non-surgical brow lift with dermal fillers will restore your skin’s volume. This procedure can be used with anti-wrinkle injections to achieve a non-surgical brow lift.
How are dermal fillers used in non-surgical brow lift procedures?
When our highly trained and experienced cosmetic physicians and nurses inject dermal filler behind your brow, it causes the brow to elevate. Additionally, this might aid in softening the skeleton look that develops around the eyes as you age. Dermal fillers can also be utilized to improve the appearance of drooping eyelids. Dermal fillers are non-surgical cosmetic injections used to volumize and restore facial contours. We cannot specify the brands we use due to Therapeutic Goods Administration requirements. Dermal fillers are made of a clear gel naturally in the skin. Their viscosity, thickness, and shelf life are all distinct. Finer dermal fillers are frequently injected into areas of the face that require thin, smooth skin, such as the temples and eyes. In areas that require greater volume and mass, such as the jawline or cheeks, deeper injections of heavier dermal fillers may be necessary. Injections of Botox are utilized to perform a non-surgical brow lift.
Anti-wrinkle injections work by relaxing particular muscles around the eyes, which contributes to the overall lifting of the brows. When our highly skilled cosmetic physicians and nurses delicately inject anti-wrinkle medication into these muscles, the downward strain on your brows eases the forehead muscles (frontalis muscle) to elevate the brows without irritating. As a result, the height of your brows increases somewhat, giving you a more open-eyed, youthful appearance.
How can Ulthera elevate my brow non-surgically?
Ulthera is a non-surgical, no-downtime procedure for brow lift and eye-opening. Using the Ultherapy treatment, ultrasound waves are focused on a deep location within your skin. Ultherapy induces the skin proteins to thicken and heat up, resulting in collagen formation. Ulthera targets the deep layers of your skin with heat, including the superficial muscular aponeurotic system (SMAS) layer and the deep dermis. Collagen takes on a different shape as you age.
As a result, the foundations of your skin become uneven and loose, resulting in drooping and wrinkle growth. When heated to between 60 and 70 degrees Celsius, your collagen strands collapse to their original tight structure. This results in neocollagenesis, a process that generates new collagen. As a result, your skin will tighten and lift. Ulthera can successfully tighten and raise the angle of the jaw, chin, neck, and brow in a single treatment. While Ultherapy is effective, the results are not comparable to a surgical facelift or brow lift. Ultherapy is a non-surgical approach for those seeking to make slight changes to their appearance to halt the aging process.
How are Threads capable of raising my brow?
The non-surgical, minimally invasive facelift technique using barbed PDO and Silhouette lift threads may also be used to raise the brows. It is rapidly gaining popularity in celebrity circles because of its modest but evident effects and lack of downtime.
Brow lift using threads in Case 1102
A woman in her twenties came to Albany Cosmetic and Laser Center to inquire about the non-surgical brow lift option. We opted to continue with the thread brow lift after taking her medical history and examining the options.
Four threads were introduced from the ear line to the brow, following the use of topical lidocaine lotion and the use of a forced-air chiller.
These photographs were taken immediately following the surgery; the patient is scheduled for follow-up in two weeks, at which time the photograph will be updated.
Adverse consequences and associated costs
The patient should anticipate bruising and swelling in the region for 1-2 weeks following the operation, costing $1200.