Transform Your Look with Precision Brow Repair.
What it is
Brow repair, also known as a brow lift, is a procedure designed to address sagging brows and rejuvenate your appearance. Lifting the brow area can correct drooping brows and restore a more youthful and refreshed look. Recent advancements in brow lift techniques have allowed for smaller incisions, reduced scarring, and faster recovery times. These techniques, such as internal browpexy using sutures or temporal hairline incision technique, offer improved outcomes with less risk.
How it works
The process begins with a consultation. During this consultation, Dr. Linder will evaluate your facial structure, discuss your goals and expectations, and determine whether brow repair is the right solution for you. Depending on the technique used and the individual’s needs, Dr. Linder will make incisions strategically placed either above the brow, within the hairline, or, in some cases, through an endoscopic approach. The goal is to minimize visible scarring. Once the desired brow position is achieved, Dr. Linder will close the incisions ensuring minimal scarring and optimal healing.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I need brow repair surgery?
If you have drooping or sagging brows that make you look tired, angry, or older than you feel, brow repair surgery may be a suitable option for you. Book a consultation with Dr. Linder to determine if brow repair is the right solution to address your specific concerns.
Will there be visible scarring after brow repair surgery?
The incision placement for brow repair surgery is carefully planned to minimize visible scarring.
Is there anything special I need to do prior to surgery?
On the day of your surgery, you must do two important things. 1.) Do not eat or drink 8 hours prior to your surgery and 2.) Arrange transportation to and from your surgery. Your transportation must be with you at check-in, wait for you in the waiting room during your procedure, then drive you home.
Five to seven days prior to surgery you need to stop taking any aspirin products and blood thinners. If you are not on a prescription blood thinner you just make sure you don't take any products with aspirin in them. (Aspirin, Alleve, Ibuprofen, BC Powder, Fish Oil, etc. Tylenol/acetametaphine products are OK.)
If you are on prescription blood thinners, you will need a cardio clearance from the doctor who prescribes them stating that they approve you to quit the medicine five days prior to surgery or however many days they feel you are safe to be off of the medicine. Our office helps you with this. Make sure to let us know which blood thinner you take and what doctor prescribes them.
Can I drive myself home after surgery?
No. Regardless of the procedure, Dr. Linder and the surgical facility will only release patients to a friend, relative, or other designated driver. This person is required to drive you to surgery, wait for you in the waiting room, and then drive you home. Even if you feel well enough to drive, taking precautions is important, especially during the first few days after your surgery.