Common Problems a Forehead Lift Can Correct

A forehead lift, which is sometimes also called a brow lift, can dramatically reduce the signs of aging. Over time, it is natural for the brows and forehead to begin to sag. Since so many expressions are tied to how the forehead and brows are positioned, these changes can make you look tired, grumpy, and older. Here are some common problems that many people seek to correct by having this kind of cosmetic surgery:

Sagging Eyelids
Many patients who go to their cosmetic surgeons requesting an eyelid lift actually need a forehead lift. The downward shift of skin from a sagging forehead often presents as droopy eyelids. If your upper lids look swollen or if they are sagging across your eyes, making them look smaller, a forehead lift could be the right procedure to correct your problem.

Deep Forehead Wrinkles
Forehead lift surgery can help ease deep forehead wrinkles. During the lift procedure, the skin will be pulled taut again so that the appearance of wrinkles is diminished. Horizontal wrinkles that run across your forehead are the ones that are usually most improved by a forehead lift.

Excess Skin
As collagen and elastin break down in the skin due to aging, it is common for sagging to occur. This sagging will create the appearance of excess skin on your forehead. During a forehead lift, your cosmetic surgeon can cut away this excess skin to give your forehead a tight, toned appearance again. This type of skin-tightening procedure turns back the hands of time and makes you look as young on the outside as you feel on the inside.

Forehead lifts are just one of the procedures our cosmetic surgeons offer at the Center for Facial Appearances. Which procedure will deliver the results you want? Make an appointment for a consultation to discuss your options with our cosmetic surgeons. We have locations conveniently located in Sandy and Salt Lake City. Call (877) 468-3056 today.

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