Am I a Candidate For a Brow Lift?
Good candidates for a brow lift maintain overall good health and preferably do not smoke. If you have sagging brows, a brow lift might be your best option for correcting them. Because Dr. Lanfrachi performs the TLC brow lift using a local anesthetic, you have none of the risks associated with general anesthesia.
How Does the TLC Brow Lift Work?
A TLC brow lift starts with small incisions hidden inside the sides of the scalp. Dr. Lanfranchi’s TLC technique uses the smallest possible incisions and causes minimal tissue trauma for a faster recovery. He will use these incisions to access and lift the skin and underlying layers of tissue. With a TLC brow lift, results look natural and youthful because the fat and muscle have been raised along with the skin. Dr. Lanfranchi can even use the opportunity to correct uneven brows for a more symmetrical appearance.
You may choose to have an upper eyelid lift with your brow lift for maximum results. While a brow lift will raise sagging brows, it cannot address loose or drooping eyelids. The two procedures create a noticeably younger, more refreshed, and more alert look. A brow lift also makes an excellent companion to a facelift, which primarily corrects sagging and laxity in the mid to lower face.