Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Browlift Surgery in Seattle Washington | The Seattle Facial Plastic Surgery Center

A browlift is one of the most popular forms of plastic surgery for both the forehead and eyebrows. Both men and women are choosing to undergo browlift surgery in order to eliminate or reduce the lines and wrinkles around their eyes, forehead, and cheeks. The result is a younger-looking face with less wrinkles. You may also benefit from this kind of surgery if you have had a stroke, been born with severe facial scars, or have birth defects. The first step to getting browlift surgery is to find a qualified plastic surgeon who has experience performing the procedure. During your consultation, ask questions about the procedure and about your personal history. 
While you are there, it is a good idea to ask the surgeon about any risks that may be involved, such as bleeding, infections, nerve damage, or long term scarring. You will also want to ask about the recovery process and whether or not you will need to stay overnight. When the surgeon finishes examining you, he will likely give you a price estimate for the entire procedure. This can be based on the severity of your scars and on your overall health. Once you have the initial consultation, you will decide if you wish to go through with the surgical plan. During your initial consultation, you and your cosmetic surgeon will talk about your medical history. In this discussion, you should learn about the medications you take, including any allergies, and any medications that you should avoid during your procedure. You should also be given information about any medications that could cause you to have an allergic reaction during the procedure. Your surgeon will also discuss your medical history and the risks and side effects associated with the browlift surgery. These risks and side effects should be discussed in detail, and you should be given all of the information that you need in order to make an informed decision. 
After your initial consultation, you will be advised whether or not you are a good candidate for a browlift. If you are still fit and healthy, then you may be eligible for a lower face lift at the same time that you have your browlift surgery. Many individuals undergo both procedures at the same time, in order to achieve optimal results. You should never make the mistake of thinking that one operation can correct every wrinkle and imperfection on your face; however, if you are a candidate for both procedures, you can expect similar benefits. Prior to your browlift surgery, your surgeon will likely provide you with a pre-operation consultation in which he will discuss the extent of your hairline repair. In many cases, it is possible to repair a significant amount of your hairline without having to undergo any form of surgical procedure. If you choose to pursue this option, your plastic surgeon will likely discuss the extent of your problem with you, as well as any other options that are available to you. If you have a relatively intact hairline, you may only require a filler or a thin skin graft. If you have severely damaged your hairline, your surgeon may recommend that you undergo both a browlift and a facelift at the same time, in order to repair any remaining damage. 
If your hairline is severely damaged, it may be necessary to combine these two procedures in order to achieve the best results. When it comes to a browlift surgery, you are encouraged to be fully aware of all of your options. Your cosmetic surgeon will be able to determine which procedure will give you the most benefit, and which one will yield the least amount of side effects. Because your forehead is often one of the first areas where physical changes occur, you may be offered an anti-wrinkle cream or ointment before the procedure, in an effort to minimize your risks during the procedure. It is important to remember that even with the most effective cream or lotion, you will still need to submit yourself to general anesthesia. You will also need to be carefully monitored throughout the recovery period, as some of the side effects of the medication used to perform the browlift surgery can be quite serious. While many people only think of eyelid surgery when they have lost a whole or partial eyelid due to disease or aging, browlifts can also provide many positive benefits for those who experience a loss of eyelids as the result of advanced aging. Many of the problems associated with drooping eyelids are the result of sagging muscles, and many people struggle with managing this issue simply because they are unable to wear makeup. 
With the proper procedure, your eyelids can be lifted above your eyes to improve your appearance, and many people find that their appearance is dramatically improved. Your skin will be evenly balanced, and your wrinkles and bags will be removed along with the excess upper eyelid skin. Many patients report that the procedure is quite comfortable and almost painless. If you are considering both a temporal and a coronal browlift surgery, you should discuss your options with a board certified plastic surgeon. You should also find out the success rate with your doctor so that you can make an informed decision. While both types of browlift surgery can provide many positive results, each procedure is designed to handle a slightly different patient. Because of this, you should always consider which procedure will work best for you. Since the surgical procedures are slightly different, you should also consider the additional costs that are involved with these procedures. Although each surgical option has its own share of advantages and disadvantages, you should choose which one is right for you.

The Seattle Facial Plastic Surgery Center

1101 Madison St #1280,
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 624-6200,-122.326388,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xa3c6d564f4895d02!8m2!3d47.6092396!4d-122.3241993

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