Will there be scarring after my brow lift?
Scarring is a natural result of incisions during any surgery and is unavoidable. However, Dr. Eisemann goes to great lengths to make your scars inconspicuous by hiding them within the hairline. Even with your hair pulled back, the scars may not be immediately visible.
Will smoking affect my brow lift results?
There is nothing more detrimental to your recovery than smoking. Smoking can cause multiple complications after surgery, including poor wound healing and infection. Because of this, it’s important that you stop smoking at least 3 weeks prior to your surgery.
At what age is a brow lift typically performed?
Brow lifts are typically performed on clients between 40 and 60 years of age, although there are no real age limitations. Overall health is the factor that will determine your candidacy for surgery. Brow lift techniques can be tailored to your degree of ptosis, so a younger client may only need an endoscopic procedure, while an older client might need a coronal brow lift.
When will I be able to see my brow lift results?
Once your swelling subsides, usually within a few months, you will be able to see the full results from your brow lift. Along the way, you will notice changes in your facial expression as you slowly appear more well-rested, vivacious and happy.