This is the operation to achieve a brow elevation. This can be achieved using surgical or non-surgical methods.
As we age there is a natural tendency for the brow to drop. This results in the position of the eyebrows becoming lower than before. The result is that this can sometimes make the eyelids feel heavier, obstruct the vision, and makes us look older.
Non-Surgical methods of brow elevation:
- Botulinum toxin, commonly known as Botox: injected in particular points, Botox will paralyse the Orbicularis Occulis muscle, releasing it, hence causing elevation.
- Dermal Filler injection: By applying filler deep in the eyebrow, it can be maintained higher than before.
- Thread Lifts: by using specialists threads, like the Silhouette Soft, the eyebrows can elevated effectively.
Surgical methods of brow elevation:
- Direct excision: an elliptical skin excision is removed, resulting in immediate and long standing results. There will be a scar above the eyebrow, that’s placed to be hidden once healed.
- Coronal Lift: using sutures secured to the skull, a lift can be achieved. Scars are hidden in the hairline.
Duration – 10 to 60 Minutes
Hospital stay – Daycase
Costs – from £200 to 4500
Return to work – Immediate to 1 week
Location – London, Birmingham, Manchester, Beirut, Doha