How much does a Brow Lift cost?
A brow lift procedure involves a certain amount of expense and depends on the complexity of the case. Rather than focus on a specific number, you should concentrate on selecting a surgeon with significant experience and whom you trust to give you the results you desire. Even if the price is higher, a surgeon with expertise may save you the time and cost of a revision surgery in the future.
What is the recovery like after a Brow Lift?
There is minimal discomfort and temporary scalp numbness after the procedure. Your forehead and scalp may appear swollen and lumpy with variable amounts of bruising or discoloration for several days following surgery, and it is not uncommon for bruising and swelling to temporarily extend down to the eyelids. All sutures and staples are removed at the end of the first week after surgery with the majority of tightness, swelling, and bruising dissipating within the first two weeks. Most patients return to work within two weeks after surgery with certain restrictions.
When will I see my results after a Brow Lift?
A significant amount of bruising and swelling will resolve within the first two weeks after surgery revealing a well-defined upper face. While it takes a few months for all residual post-operative swelling and numbness to settle, you will see significant results within the first few weeks. In addition, it takes a full year for your upper face to reach its final contour.