Raising the eyebrows, commonly known as eyebrow and forehead lift, is another cosmetic surgery on the face that people want to do following drooping eyebrows, the appearance of wrinkles in the forehead and the lines between the eyebrows. Eyebrow and forehead lift surgery in Iran is performed by specialized plastic surgeons in clinics equipped with the latest medical equipment and facilities.
Eyebrow lift surgery is done to put the eyebrows in the right place, the eyes to get rid of fatigue and the face to look younger. In the following, we will explain more about this type of surgery.
Types of eyebrow and forehead lift surgery in Iran
The method that the surgeon uses during the eyebrow lift surgery depends on the patient's goal, the outcome of the surgery, the position of the eyebrows, and the height of the forehead and the wrinkles between the eyebrows. In general, eyebrow and forehead lift surgery is divided into two general categories, which include classical eyebrow lift surgery and endoscopic eyebrow lift surgery.
Classical eyebrow and forehead lift surgery
In classical eyebrow lift surgery, complete anesthesia is usually performed. For surgery, an incision is made in the area of the hairline or inside the scalp. The lower muscles are released by the surgeon, and the extra skin is removed, and the muscles that cause wrinkles in the area become weaker. At the end of the surgery, the stitches are sewn. This method has a longer recovery period than the endoscopic method, but it is a very durable method.
Endoscopic eyebrow and forehead lift surgery
General anesthesia is used to perform eyebrow lift surgery with endoscopic method and the process takes about 1 to 3 hours. In this method, two incisions are usually made in the temples and two small incisions are made in the middle, which are usually not visible in the future. A device called an endoscope is then inserted through these incisions, and the images are sent to the monitor through cameras attached to the endoscope, through which the surgeon can perform surgery. This method is usually used in mild to moderate falls due to limited incisions and fewer complications.