Brow Lift

Conveniently located to serve the areas of New Jersey and the Tri-state Area

The eyebrows play a vital role in an individual’s appearance and conveying of emotions. The descent or sagging of the eyebrows as we age often produces a tired or sad, angry appearance, and may cause fullness or hooding of the upper eyelid. In many cases, the eyelids are perceived to be the problem area, when in fact, descent of the brow causes the eyelid skin to appear excessive. As part of a comprehensive facial analysis our surgeons will determine the best procedure for your anatomy. 

During a browlift, or forehead lift, the soft tissue of the upper face is adjusted to lift the brow to a more rejuvenated position, simultaneously smoothing out the wrinkles along the forehead. Incisional approaches vary and are tailored to a patient’s hairline and aesthetic goals with our surgeons skilled in both open excisional and endoscopic techniques. 


“Elevate your gaze, embrace a new perspective!”

How long does a brow lift procedure take?

The duration of a brow lift procedure depends on the specific technique used and the individual case. On average, it can take around one to two hours to complete.

What are the different types of brow lift procedures?

There are several techniques used for brow lifts, including traditional or classic brow lift, endoscopic brow lift, and temporal or limited incision brow lift. The best technique for you will depend on factors such as your facial anatomy, desired results, and surgeon’s recommendation.

Will a brow lift make me look “surprised” or unnatural?

A well-performed brow lift should not make you look surprised or unnatural. The goal is to achieve a refreshed and more youthful appearance while maintaining a natural look. A skilled surgeon will take into account your unique facial features and strive for a harmonious outcome.

How long do the results of a brow lift last?

The longevity of brow lift results varies among individuals. Generally, the effects can last between five and ten years, but this can be influenced by factors such as aging, genetics, and lifestyle choices. Regular skincare and sun protection can help maintain the results.

Contact us