BROW-LIFT Non Surgically | Ask Dr Daniel Chang

BROWLIFT

is one of the most commonly performed surgeries to improve saggy eyelids and eyebrows. In KOREA and the US, it remains as a cornerstone treatment for women in their 50s and beyond. The treatment is known as endoscopic browlift.

But do you know, brows can be lifted non-surgically too?

Here are some ways to enhance results. For completeness sake,

we will discuss both non surgical and surgical options.

Non-surgical Options:

  1. Chemical browlift – Combination of dermal fillers and anti wrinkle treatment.
  2. Energy lift – Combination of Laser and HIFU to stimulate neocollagenesis and firm and tighten skin.
  3. Threadlift – Sutures to lift and reposition your saggy tissue. This gives immediate lifting, but effects can be shortlived in some cases.

Pros of Non surgical browlift:

  1. Instant, simple, effective
  2. Natural
  3. Minimal to no down-time

Cons of Non Surgical Browlift:

  1. Effects are not permanent
  2. Works best for mild to moderate saggy brows and eyelids
  3. Requires combination approach for best results, hence takes time.

How does Chemical Brow-lift work?

  1. Anti wrinkle treatment: This lifts your eyebrows by relaxing the muscles which depress your brows, thereby allowing the elevator muscles to work unopposed, lifting your brows.
  2. Dermal fillers: Juvederm, Restylane,  gives instant brow lifting and works nicely in areas which have had muscle relaxant injected.

 

Surgical Options:

Pros of a surgical endotine Browlift

  1. more dramatic
  2. longer lasting,
  3. with some down time required, within acceptable limits

Here are the types of Surgical Upper face lift

  1.  upper Blepharoplasty :technique used to “lift” up the browswith suture fixation and simultaneous partial removal of the muscles contributing to brow depression
  2. lateral or temporal brow lift: for lateral brow lifting; can be combined with endoscopic brow lifting
  3. forehead lift, endoscopic: for medial and central brow lifting. This is my favourite technique.

REFERENCES:

 

  1. Hartstein, Morris E.; Wulc, Allan E.; Holck, David E.E. (31 Oct 2011). The Anatomic Basis of Midfacial Aging. New York: Springer Science+Business Media. ISBN 978-1-4614-1007-2.
  2. Pallett, Pamela M.; Link, Stephen; Lee, Kang (2010). “New “Golden” Ratios for Facial Beauty”Vision Research50: 149–54. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2009.11.003PMC 2814183Freely accessiblePMID 19896961.
  3. Hart, George W. “Leonardo da Vinci’s Polyhedra”. Retrieved 18 November 2014.
  4. Pessa M.D., Joel E. (August 2000). “An Algorithm of Facial Aging: Verification of Lambros’s Theory by Three-Dimensional Stereolithography, with Reference to the Pathogenesis of Midfacial Aging, Scleral Show, and the Lateral Suborbital Trough Deformity”. Plast Reconstr Surg106 (2): 479–488. doi:10.1097/00006534-200008000-00040PMID 10946949.
  5. Coleman, Sydney R.; Grover, Rajiv (Jan 1, 2006). “The Anatomy of the Aging Face: Volume Loss and Changes in 3-Dimensional Topography”. Aesthetic Surgery Journal26: S4-S9. doi:10.1016/j.asj.2005.09.012.

 

So i hope this has been useful.

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NON SURGICAL BROWLIFT | Ask Dr Daniel Chang

 

 

SAGGY SKIN SOLUTION | NON INVASIVE FACELIFT – THREADLIFT + FILLERS + HIFU

So I hope this mini series on facelift has been helpful. Speak to your Dermatologist for more information.

To learn more about this, please refer to my Facelift Page. 

Have a smashing weekend! =)

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