When the brow becomes heavy, it can affect the appearance of the eyes, creating a tired appearance.
Dr Few uses intricate techniques to restore a delicate balance of position, tone, contours and shape resulting in a natural appearance that communicates how you truly feel—vibrant, youthful and relaxed.
Since the eyes are the first to show signs of aging, it makes sense that the brow lift is popular, especially among younger patients. It also often accompanies a facelift. With age, the eyebrow drops to or below the orbital rim and can create a tired or angry look.
To create an open, alert expression requires repositioning the eyebrows with a brow lift. A brow lift can be performed in 2 ways: Using a less-invasive approach through the upper eyelid to lift the brow or with a the more invasive endoscopic brow lift.
At TFI we have proven success using FDA-approved innovative, nonsurgical ultrasound and radiofrequency technology for non-surgical brow lifting. Ask Dr. Few if you are a good candidate for these advanced treatments alone or in combination with a less invasive surgical lift.
Dr. Few will use either oral, IV or general anesthesia so that you remain comfortable during your procedure. Oral anesthesia procedures are performed on-site at The Few Institute in a fully accredited operating room.
Traditional Endoscopic Brow Lift – Several small incisions are made and hidden in the hair through which small endoscopes are placed underneath the skin. The muscles and underlying structures are repositioned to move the eyebrows up without removing skin while keeping your hairline in approximately the same position.
Less Invasive Brow Lift – An incision is made either in the brow and/or the upper eyelid crease (the same position used for an upper eyelid lift) to place the brow in a more youthful position. This is a less invasive approach for patients who want to reposition their eyebrows without significant downtime.
Dr. Few closes his incisions with sutures, skin adhesives or surgical clips.
The visible improvements of your procedure will appear as the bruising and swelling subside. The healing process depends on the type of procedure or combination of procedures you have and your individual ability to heal. Dr. Few is happy to answer any questions you have about the healing process.
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