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Is it possible to do an eye brow lift with surgery?

7 doctors weighed in across 4 answers

Yes: Brow lifts are commonly done with surgey. There are small incisions and large ones. Every patient is unique and needs an individual plan. A visit to your local plastic surgeon will help you understand your options.

Answered 11/20/2012

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Yes many ways: There are a variety of methods ranging from "chemical"lifts with botulinum toxin such as Dysport to brow pexy with upper lid tucks (witch hazel). And then there is brow pexy with a scar immediately above the brow, in a well established forehead crease, or in front of the hairline for a high forehead. One can also use a suture suspension form the scalp, or endoscopic or bicoronal forehead lift.

Answered 6/25/2014

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Yes: Endoscopic brow lift will raise the eyebrows, open the lid area and improve forehead wrinkles. See a facial plastic surgeon for evaluation.

Answered 9/8/2013

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Dr. Joseph Mele answered

Specializes in Plastic Surgery

Absolutely: There are many surgical methods available to lift the eye brow. Consult a board certified plastic surgeon in your area for a consultation and the details.

Answered 1/7/2013

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