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What Is A Brow Lift?

A brow lift improves the appearance of the forehead, the brow and the area around the eyes by raising the soft tissue and skin of the forehead and brow.

You might choose to have a brow lift if you have a low, sagging brow or brow asymmetry. This commonly occurs during the ageing process.

A browlift is commonly combined with other rejuvenating facial procedures, such as eyelid surgery or a face-lift.

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Brow Lift Surgeons

We have invited a selection of the country's very best consultants to join us at the Cadogan Clinic so that you can be sure that whatever the nature of your treatment, you will be seeing one of the top practitioners in the country.

Mr. Naveen Cavale

Plastic, Reconstructive & Cosmetic Surgeon / GMC: 4190952

Mr. Naveen Cavale is a fully qualified and fully accredited UK Plastic Surgeon who graduated from University College London and the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh...

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Mr. William Van Niekerk

Aesthetic Plastic And Reconstructive Surgeon / GMC: 4362791

Mr. William Van Niekerk is a consultant plastic, reconstructive, aesthetic, and burn surgeon with over 20 years of medical experience...

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Mr. David Gateley

Consultant Plastic And Reconstructive Surgeon / GMC: 2939470

Mr. David Gateley is a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon with a special interest in facial aesthetics, rhinoplasty and complimentary surgical and non-surgical rejuvenation techniques...

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What Does It Involve?

There are three common techniques for eyebrow lift surgery:

Eyebrow lift surgery is often combined with eyelid reduction surgery and fat grafting, or lipofilling. Fat grafting lifts and adds volume to the brow and the temple, providing an enhanced permanent structure to support the forehead skin.

What is a non surgical eyebrow lift?

The two popular non surgical eyebrow lift techniques are:

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Why Do People Have It?

Both surgical and non surgical eyebrow lift treatments aim to:

  • Rejuvenate the facial area
  • Smooth and tighten forehead skin
  • Lift sagging brow
  • Raise eyebrows to restore refreshed appearance
  • Restore symmetry

Who Is Suitable?

Cadogan Clinic considers individuals fit for the procedure, if all of the following are true of them:

  • Sagging brow 
  • Drooping eye brows 
  • Loose elastic skin in the brow and forehead area 
  • Fine brow lines and forehead wrinkles 
  • Asymmetrical brow region 

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Brow Lift Cost

Brow lift cost starts from £4,950. Non surgical eyebrow lift surgery costs start from £700

Why come to The Cadogan Clinic for your Brow Lift?

What Are The Risks?

Complications are unlikely. That said, as with all surgery, some complications are possible, your surgeon will discuss each of these risks comprehensively at your consultation.

What Can I Expect From My Surgery?

Our Surgical Patient Advisor, Ellie, answers our patients most frequently asked questions.

What can I expect from my surgery?

Frequently Asked Questions

The skin and soft tissues of the face descend with age. It is, however, delayed where it is fixed to the deeper tissues around the eyes, ear, nose and mouth, giving the familiar droopiness and folds. Descent of the eyebrows has a further consequence in that skin builds up below the eye itself. The eyelids develop loose skin on their own, but in addition, they become bunched up by the lower brow.

Anyone with the following characteristics is suitable for a brow lift:

+ Sagging brow
+ Drooping eye brows
+ Loose elastic skin in the brow, eye and forehead area
+ Fine brow lines and forehead wrinkles
+ Asymmetrical brow region

Typically patients who are most suitable for a surgical brow lift are between the ages of 40 and 60 years old, and with good skin elasticity. Non surgical alternatives may be more suitable for those in younger age brackets.

Whether your treatment is surgical or non surgical, you will be treated by a specialist aesthetic plastic or oculoplastic surgeon.

No special preparation is required although it is generally advisable to do the following before any surgery

+ Stop smoking. Smoking decreases blood flow in the skin and can slow the healing process. If you smoke, your doctor will recommend that you stop smoking before surgery and during recovery.
+ Avoid certain medications. You'll likely need to avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and herbal supplements, which can increase bleeding.
+ Arrange for help during recovery. Make plans for someone to drive you home after you leave the hospital and stay with you for at least the first night of your recovery at home.

This will depend on what treatment you opt for. Surgery provides a long lasting result which will only reverse with the ongoing action of ageing.

Injectables are a temporary solution, and are not permanent.

Enerjet delivers long lasting, albeit non-permanent results.

For non surgical Brow Lift treatments you will be able to immediately resume your daily activities with no downtime.

For surgical Brow Lift treatments you will need to spend several days recovering at home, and up to two weeks off work. We recommend you do not take strenuous exercise for 4 -6 weeks, with results first fully observable from this point forward.

Risks are rare but as with any surgery there are some possible complications:

+ Scarring
+ Changes in skin sensation - temporary or permanent numbness on the forehead or top of the scal.
+ Asymmetry in the position of the brows
+ Hair problems – an elevated hairline or hair loss at the incision site

Like any other type of major surgery, a brow lift also poses risk of bleeding, infection and an adverse reaction to anaesthesia.

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