Your natural brow position may be much lower than you think because those with brow ptosis (droop) and/or heavy upper eyelids may be compensating and actively holding their brows in a higher position. Having heavier wrinkles across the forehead is a sign that this has been going on for some time. Look in the mirror, close your eyes, and completely relax your forehead. Slowly open your eyes being very careful to not automatically raise your brows as well. This is your natural brow position. The position of your brows after doing just your upper lids will be slightly lower than this. So that’s why a brow lift is often performed simultaneously, or instead of upper lids alone. The degree of ptosis, and more importantly, your hairline and forehead height will help decide which brow lift technique is best suited to you.
Brow Lift: Taking the Next Steps
Especially with aesthetic treatments, seeing is believing. On this page we showcase some before and afters, but we have many more before and afters in our gallery. It will help you set expectations, and may help you discover questions you have about the procedure. Some of the answers to your questions may be found in the vendor brochures and educational materials, available for download on this page. In the patient education section of our site, you’ll find an informative blog, videos and podcasts on this topic and many other aesthetic treatments.
If you are interested in a Brow Lift, the best way to affirm your candidacy is to consult with Dr. Folk in our Denver practice. Simply call our office, or submit a contact form to request a consultation.
See our gallery for more brow lift before and after images.