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Thank you very much for your inquiry regarding forehead lift or brow lift surgery. There are multiple different types of forehead or brow lifts: coronal (behind hairline), pre-trichal (immediately in front of hairline), endoscopic, temporal (lateral brow lift only), mid-forehead lift (along a forehead wrinkle or furrow), direct (immediately above the eyebrow hair) and upper cosmetic eyelid surgery incision approach.
Occasionally, skin tightening procedures, like using radiofrequency (RF), can tighten the skin satisfactory to produce aesthetically pleasing suspension or lift to the brow.
Additionally, there are some nonsurgical techniques that can also provide the appearance of a brow lift, which include neuromodulators (Dysport & Botox), radiofrequency skin tightening using Venus Legacy and Viva treatments and also with Carbon Dioixde laser skin resurfacing for both skin tightening, wrinkle improvement and overall skin rejuvenation.
Some patients may also benefit from the addition of removal of upper eyelid excess skin and fat herniation known as an upper cosmetic eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty. I have 16 years experience performing forehead lifts and blepharoplasty surgery and will review the benefits and limitations as well as surgical techniques of each of these methods.
I completed a residency and fellowship at Stanford University Medical Center and remained there as a clinical professor for seven years. I am quadruple board certified including the American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, the American Board of Otolaryngology-Head & neck Surgery and the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery. I am founder the Center of Excellence for Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and have a practice in Las Vegas, Nevada.
I have published a peer reviewed journal article regarding educating plastic surgeons regarding the different techniques for forehead lift rejuvenation, while at Stanford University Medical Center (Koch RJ, Troell RJ, Goode RL: Contemporary management of the aging brow and forehead. Laryngoscope. 107(6): 710-715, 1997). An external ultrasound technique, known as Ulthera, is in its early stages of clinical treatment, however, no long term studies exist at present to assess its efficacy.
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I look forward to meeting you in my office.
Sincerely & Respectfully,