Forehead elevator before & after
A forehead elevator is done under local or general anesthesia. It involves injecting a fluid into the skin to reduce blood loss. The procedure can be open or endoscopic, depending on the forehead height and the surgeon. In an open elevator, an incision is made behind the hairline to shorten the forehead and lift the eyebrows. An endoscopic elevator involves small incisions behind the hairline, slightly lengthening the forehead and lifting the eyebrows without significant scarring. Both procedures involve removing excess skin and closing the incisions. Recovery usually takes about 7 days.
If you are considering a forehead elevator, we understand that you are wondering what the results will look like. Therefore, Blooming Plastic Surgery offers before and after photos of patients who have undergone this procedure. These photos can be enlarged and will give you a better idea of the results that can be achieved with this treatment. We believe it is important for our patients to be well informed before making a decision about their treatment, and we want to make sure you feel comfortable with your choice of forehead elevator. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like more information about this procedure.