An upper facelift, also known as a brow lift, lifts and rejuvenates the tissues and skin on the brow. By elevating drooping brows, tightening weakened muscles, and smoothing creases, you can achieve a far younger look, particularly if you have deep creases or a heavy, overhanging brow. An upper facelift is a delicate facial surgery that produced a look that is refreshed and youthful.
When will I see results?
You will see the results as soon when the bandages are removed. As the tissues heal and swelling or bruising fades, the full effect will be revealed.
How long can I expect the results to last?
The results will last for many years to come, although they may change over time with the natural aging process.
How much does an upper facelift cost?
The average cost of an upper facelift varies, person to person, but as an average of $7,150, but could be slightly more or less.
How long before an important social event should I have an upper facelift?
If you want to look your best, plan your facelift about eight to ten weeks before the event. You will be fully healed, with a refreshed, youthful look.
What is the best age to undergo a lower facelift?
There are no real restrictions regarding age, but most people are from the late 30s to 65. Most importantly, you must be in good overall health to undergo the surgery. If you inherited a heavy brow, you may want to alter your look at a younger age.
What is an endoscopic upper facelift?
An endoscopic upper facelift involves smaller incisions, through which a tiny camera is inserted so that the inner structure of your brow can be seen. The recovery time is generally slightly shorter, as the use of the endoscope makes it possible to lift the tissues and underlying brow structure with shorter incisions.