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Surgical Brow Lift

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In the past barbed threads were used to raise the eye brows. While this worked it had its long term draw backs. The two methods that are most commonly used today are the coronal brow lifts and the subcutaneous brow lifts. The coronal brow lift requires a large scar on the top of the scalp with the insertion of screws into the scalp. This in my opinion is too invasive and most people opt out once they find out how big the scar is and the screws also bother them. So I do the subcutaneous brow lift. A small incision is made just inside the hair line and the excessive skin that has caused all of the drooping is removed and sewn closed. The scar is essentially invisible three months afterwards and the result are long lasting. It too does not require general anesthesia, only local anesthesia, and can be done on an out patient basis.

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