Brow lifts can help soften the appearance of wrinkles and lines on the upper portion of the face. To learn more about how brow lifts work, the risks involved and the benefits the procedure offers, read further.
It’s inevitable that over time the muscles in the face grow weak, unable to support the elasticity and smoothness of more youthful skin. Thus, as we age, we notice wrinkles form. We see the brow become lower and heavier over the eyes. As a result, brow lifts have become one of the most commonly performed, safest cosmetic operations used to reverse some of these signs of aging.
Often, forehead lifts are performed in conjunction with facelifts. You want to achieve an overall look of smoothness and cohesion, so when people remove wrinkles in the forehead and elevate the brow, other treatments are performed to achieve similar effects on other parts of the face—such as around the nose and mouth.