Horizontal creases and frown lines on the forehead and a sagging brow can distort your appearance, even making you look sad, stern, or fatigued. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Sean Bidic and board-certified surgeon Dr. Vinay S. Gundlapalli of American Surgical Arts offer brow lift for New Jersey women and men who want to correct these conditions. A highly trained plastic surgery specialist in facial rejuvenation, Dr. Bidic can make your eyes look brighter and your face younger without the typical "surprised" look.
If you live in New Jersey and are considering a brow lift, choose a surgeon with experience and results that exceed your expectations. Request your consultation online or call (856) 362-8898 to schedule your appointment.
A Consultation That's All About You
The surgeon evaluates the entire face to identify the cause of the issue. For example, patients often ask for eyelid surgery to correct eyebrow hooding (outer brow hanging over the eyelid), when in fact the surgeon can correct their concerns with a brow lift. With the expertise to recognize these anatomical relationships, our surgeons will determine the best course of action to address your personal needs.
Your Brow Lift Procedure
A brow lift targets the upper third of the face — forehead, brow, and upper eyelids — addressing brow furrows (the area commonly treated with BOTOX® Cosmetic) and forehead creases. The surgeon may also perform upper eyelid surgery if excess upper or lower eyelid skin exists.
Dr. Bidic and Dr. Gundlapalli perform an endoscopic brow lift to raise the lateral (outer) brow only. For lifting the entire brow and smoothing out forehead and brow wrinkles, the surgeon performs an open brow lift. Both procedures require staples in the hair and an overnight drain. An open procedure may involve sutures, depending on the height of the hairline.
What to Expect After Treatment
Our plastic surgeons are passionate about their work. Their ultimate goal is to listen to your wishes and concerns and then safely create the results you desire. Long before your surgery begins, they are planning for your procedure.
Staples are removed after 2 weeks, at which time most patients can return to work. You must avoid lifting more than 5 to 10 pounds and limit activities that raise the heart rate above 100 for 3 weeks. After recovery, patients typically enjoy a more youthful, refreshed, and engaging appearance.