Brow Lift Surgery in Scottsdale
A brow lift in Scottsdale, also known as a forehead lift, is a popular surgical procedure to enhance the appearance of the brow and forehead. If your sagging or low eyebrows are making you appear tired or prematurely aged, then a brow lift is an option to consider.
Horizontal wrinkle lines in the forehead, loose skin, and drooping eyebrows can all be reversed with a brow lift, giving you a rejuvenated and youthful appearance.
What is a Brow Lift?
A brow lift, or forehead lift surgery, is a surgical procedure to raise the level of the eyebrows, remove excess skin in the forehead, and soften deep lines and wrinkles. Sometimes a brow lift may be recommended in conjunction with upper eyelid surgery or in combination with a facelift procedure.
The brow lift is known for its high recorded rates of patient satisfaction. A forehead lift leaves patients looking younger and more energetic; is a relatively simple procedure; and requires only a relatively minor period of post-operative recovery.
Choosing Your Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon
Why select Dr. Howarth for your Brow Lift in Scottsdale?
As one of Arizona’s top female plastic surgeons, Dr. Ashley Howarth specializes in brow lift surgery. Having trained in both general surgery and plastic surgery, Dr. Howarth has the knowledge and experience to handle cases ranging from the most simple to very complex. She utilizes the latest surgical approaches to brow and forehead lift surgery, creating beautiful, long-lasting results.
Dr. Howarth will spend time with you during your consultation to get to know you personally and listen to your desired goals. She will thoroughly answer your questions, describe the procedure, and provide information on what to expect before, during, and after surgery. She will make recommendations for any other procedures that may also help you reach your goal.
If you are considering a forehead or brow lift, Dr. Ashley Howarth should be on your short list of plastic surgeons in Scottsdale.
Three Approaches to Forehead Lift Surgery
Endoscopic Brow Lift
An endoscopic brow lift approach utilizes small incisions at the hairline and an endoscope. This less invasive approach allows adjustment to the skin, tissue, and muscle of the forehead, softening mild to moderate lines and wrinkles.
Coronal Brow Lift
A coronal brow lift is a surgical approach utilizing an ear to ear incision that passes through the hair. This technique conceals any scarring underneath the hair, and provides the surgeon enhanced visibility of the forehead during the procedure.
Hairline Brow Lift
This surgical approach is considered for patients with prominent foreheads exhibiting deep wrinkles and excess skin. In this approach, an incision is placed and camouflaged in front of the hairline.
What to Expect with Dr. Howarth at
Your Brow Lift Surgery Consultation
What is the process for your Brow Lift consultation in Scottsdale?
To set up your brow lift consultation with Scottsdale plastic surgeon Dr. Ashley Howarth, simply request an appointment. At your consultation appointment at our office in Paradise Valley, you will have a chance to visit with Dr. Howarth who will review with you your medical history and medications; discuss your concerns with and goals for your brow, forehead, and face; and develop your personalized plan for a brow lift.
Sometimes a brow lift is a singular procedure. However, sometimes it is combined with other procedures such as a facelift, blepharoplasty, or other facial enhancement procedures. Dr. Howarth will recommend the best surgical options to help you reach your ideal appearance.
The forehead lift consultation is your opportunity to ask questions, learn about the procedure, and find out what to expect.
How much does Brow Lift Surgery cost in Scottsdale?
At your pre-surgical consultation, Dr. Howarth will create your personalized surgical plan. Then, our finance coordinator will then present your estimated fees and tell you how much your brow lift surgery will cost. Without a consultation, we do not provide estimates for how much a brow or forehead lift costs.
Am I a candidate for surgery?
The consultation appointment with Dr. Howarth is your personal opportunity to learn if you are a good candidate for a brow lift. Good candidates should be in good overall health, non-smoker, and have realistic goals.
Top reasons that candidates seek brow lift surgery include:
- Deep lines and wrinkles on your forehead
- Excess skin on your forehead
- Upper eyelid hooding due to loose skin
- Appearing prematurely aged
- Appearing angry or tired
If you share any of these concerns, then a schedule a consultation to find out if a brow lift is the right option for you.
What should I expect during the procedure?
On the day of your procedure, Dr. Howarth will review with you your surgical plan, answer any last-minute questions, and provide care instructions. Your procedure will take placed at the Paradise Valley Cosmetic Surgery Center, which is a world-class facility conveniently located adjacent to our office.
A brow lift is generally an out-patient procedure performed under general anesthesia. You will need someone to drive you to and from surgery, and plan on staying with you the night following your procedure for your safety and comfort.
If your brow lift is combined with other procedures resulting in a longer surgery, Dr. Howarth may recommend overnight stay at our comfortable recovery suite.
What is recovery like after a brow lift?
Recovery from brow lift surgery varies from patient to patient and depending on the surgical approach. However, most patients are comfortable returning to work and routine activities 10 – 14 days following the procedure.
Expect some pain and swelling during the first several days, which can be comfortably managed using Dr. Howarth’s pain management protocol. To minimize the long-term visibility of scarring, Dr. Howarth also provides a scar care protocol for her brow lift patients.
Complete healing and dissipation of swelling takes months, and the final results of your surgery will be realized up to six months following your brow lift surgery.