Brow Lift

A Browlift, also called a forehead lift, surgically corrects drooping eyebrows and softens worried or angry expressions that result from frown lines. During the procedure, commonly performed on men and women between the ages of 40 and 60, the surgeon elevates the skin and underlying tissues of the upper face, and may remove part of the muscle that causes frown lines between the brows. The forehead is then pulled tight and secured in a new, elevated position. The result is a more youthful, relaxed, and refreshed appearance.