Your eyes are the first thing people notice during a conversation or even when catching a glance across a room. Many times, dark circles or slight puffiness are dismissed as tiredness. But droopy, sagging eyelids are immediately taken as a sign of age.
To combat an outward appearance that doesn’t match how you feel inside, an eye and brow lift can restore the youthful, wide-awake appearance you want the world to see.
How Can a Brow Lift Help?
An endoscopic brow lift uses small incisions to lift the forehead. The lifting of the forehead raises the eyebrows, reducing any excess skin overhanging the eyes. This provides more space between the eye and the eyebrows. It creates a natural, wide-awake look. An additional benefit of the brow lift is the softening or removal of forehead lines.
Should I Also Have Eyelid Surgery?
Brow Lifts address the drooping and wrinkling of the forehead, and it widens the space between the eyelid and the brow. However, it cannot correct the aging effects on the eyelid itself.
Eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) is common for patients to remove excess upper eye skin and fat deposits. These two factors cause lids to look heavy and puffy, often hiding your entire eyelid. Severely hooded eyelids can even impair your vision. Removal of the excess fat and skin restores a tight, youthful look.
Carefully placed incisions minimize any visible signs of surgery. While there is some bruising and swelling, downtime is limited, and most patients experience fast recoveries with excellent results.
Utah’s Eye and Brow Lift Expert
There is both science and artistry involved in every facial procedure. What works for one person’s bone structure may not be the best choice for another. One person may benefit from both procedures, while another may only need one to achieve the look they want.
It is important to have a surgeon with extensive training who knows what procedures will provide the best outcomes. Dr. Cerrati will listen to your surgery goals and design a surgical plan to meet your needs. Contact the office today to say goodbye to aging eyes.
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