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Forehead Lift
Price (THB): 90K up
Min time in Thailand: 10 days
Min time in Hospital: 1 Nights
Anesthetic: General
Insurance Available: Yes
Discounted 2nd Procedures:
Face Lift, Neck Lift

Forehead Lift Introduction

A Forehead Lift can leave you looking younger and help to get rid of the horizontal lines and furrows that sometimes give people an angry, sad or tired appearance. The procedure cosmetically corrects sagging in the forehead skin, upper eyelids and eyebrows. It minimizes the creases that develop across the forehead, or those that occur high on the bridge of the nose; improves what are commonly referred to as frown lines; and repositions a low or sagging brow.

There are two methods to lift your forehead and eyebrow areas:

  • The classic lift.
  • Endoscopic lift.

Surgical/Procedure name: Lateral Brow Lift, Coronal Brow Lift
Common name: Forehead Lift, Brow Lift, Forehead Lift Surgery

Is it right for me?

The effects of aging usually cannot be completely reversed with a brow lift alone because there are other components involved such as changes in subcutaneous fat and in the muscles in and around the forehead. But the brow lift does much to re-create a youthful and pleasing appearance, giving a brighter, more refined look to the eyes and entire face.

 

Procedure

There are different types of brow lifts. During consultation our Surgeon, Dr. Chartchai will examine you, and discuss your options to help you choose the one that is best for you.

Dr. Chartchai is experienced in the major brow lifting techniques: the minimal incision brow lift; the endoscopic brow lift; the brow lift through an upper eyelid incision; and the open or traditional brow lift. Excellent results can be achieved with each method provided the right method is selected. Dr. Chartchai will discuss with you the most appropriate technique for you and choose what is best for the outcome you want.

  • The minimal incision (short scar) brow lift is a very effective way to obtain the desired elevation of the lateral brow and crows feet area with only a small incision within the hairline or just above the hairline.
  • The endoscopic brow lift is almost the exact same as the minimal incision brow lift except Dr. Chartchai uses an endoscope. The endoscope helps him visualize the dissection, what needs to be lifted, and what muscle needs to be severed to eradicate the frown lines. The incisions are within the scalp.
  • The brow lift through an upper eyelid, is best performed at the same time as an upper blepharoplasty. During this procedure, the corrugator muscle is severed and fat may be redistributed or removed. This type of brow lift does not raise the brows as much as the others but it is an effective way to get rid of the “furrows” without making another incision.
  • The open (coronal) brow lift involves a very long incision usually within the scalp but may be done at the hairline. It is useful when there is a significant amount of loose skin within the forehead and the eyebrows have descended a great deal. This type of brow lift, if not carefully and circumspectly done, can result in a wide-eyed look or excessively large forehead.

 

Recovery and Post Operative Care

Most people are able to return to work 2 weeks after surgery. Bruising may exist for up to 2 weeks. If you are returning to a strenuous job, you may have to wait as long as 4 weeks before returning to work.

 

Possible Complications

Possible complications, unique to brow lifting, are injury to the sensory nerve that innervates the scalp and skin of the forehead, asymmetry between the 2 brows, and hair loss around the incision.

 

Results

Forelift results will be long lasting. Life-long sun protection will help to maintain your rejuvenated appearance by minimizing photo-aging or sun damage.

 

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