Forehead Lift

Low eyebrows intensify the wrinkles in your upper eyelids. They also tend to make you look depressed and fatigued.
Low brows and a wrinkled forehead are corrected by a forehead lift and are often performed together with an eyelid surgery or a face lift.
Generally, only a few, tiny incisions are placed along the hairline. The surgery involves lifting the forehead skin, tightening some muscles or weakening other muscles.


The incisions are closed very meticulously and usually heal well.
As a result, the eyebrows are very slightly raised, giving you a younger, more relaxed and pleasant expression
Numbness, itching and a mild hair loss along the incisions may be experienced for a few weeks to a few months after surgery.

Local anesthesia

In general, local anesthesia with sedation is used.


As in any other surgery, complications are possible but uncommon. They may include infection, bleeding, excessive scarring, muscle weakness, nerve weakness, skin necrosis, asymmetry, anesthesia reactions, etc

Double chin

With age or overweight, a pocket of fat forms below your chin. The correction of a double chin is either performed at the same time as a face lift or is done alone in younger patients. A small incision is placed under the chin. The fat is suctioned with a fine tube connected to a suction machine. If you also happen to have a weak chin, it may be corrected through the same incision at the same time.



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