Surprising Brow Lift Benefits

Posted By on Feb 20, 2018 in Brow Lift | 0 comments

Many people already know that brow lift surgery can elevate the sagging brow, leading to a more youthful appearance. However, not everyone knows that it can inadvertently alleviate migraine, improve perceived personality traits, and reduce the hooded appearance of the upper lid.


Leading Orange County plastic surgery expert Dr. Tarick Smiley has explained the lesser-known brow lift benefits.


brow lift benefits

before and after photos depicting great results from brow lift surgery


  • Alleviate or even eliminate migraines


Surgeons say that some patients who have had brow lift, also referred to as forehead lift, reported less frequent migraine attacks or even complete remission. Experts have concluded that elevating the sagging tissue may release the pressure that is “pinching” or “irritating” the nerves responsible for chronic headache and its secondary symptoms such as light and nose sensitivity, blurry vision, and nausea.


  • Increase trustworthiness


Researchers at the New York University have conducted a survey showing that people with high eyebrow, which is medically referred to as high oblique frame or wide brow-lid complex, were perceived to be more honest and trustworthy by others.


Whereas people with furrowed brow, either caused by aging or as an inherited feature, scored lower in the perceived trustworthiness reviews.


Aging causes the brow particularly the lateral or tail end to sag, which can lead to an angry or sad appearance, depending on the degree or angle of droop.


Most patients will only need their brow’s tail end elevated, with no or very little advancement of the inner or medial aspect, to achieve a more refreshed appearance.


  • Increase femininity


A youthful female brow lies slightly above the bony orbital rim of the eye socket, and also comes with a soft lateral arch.   But with aging, the soft tissue sags causing the tail end to lose its height, leading to a more horizontally oriented shape of the brow.


Therefore, most brow lifts just require conservative elevation of the tail end to restore the lost arch.


  • Reduction of wrinkled skin in the upper eyelid


Occasionally, the drooping brow causes skin wrinkles and “heaviness” along the brow-upper lid complex. Hence, lifting the tail end of the brow could make the eyes appear more alert and more youthful without resorting to a separate procedure in the form of upper eyelid (blepharoplasty).

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