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Forehead/Brow Lift

Almost everyone will agree that the face is the place where signs of aging begin. As people age, the face tends to look tired and dull — lacking the youthful appearance they once had. Many people often comment that they don’t feel as old as they look, but the face is not forgiving of time in the sun, laughing, and facial expressions. While many people tend to think of a traditional face lift as the best option for regaining a youthful appearance, they may be surprised that another option is a better choice for revitalizing the face.

A forehead/brow lift is often the best procedure for those whose signs of aging appear around the eyebrows. Deep creasing in the forehead, low eyebrows, and “frown lines” between the eyebrows can all give a tired, sad appearance. A forehead/brow lift is a procedure that focuses on the areas above the eyelids in order to “wake up” a person’s appearance and bring back a youthfulness to the face. By smoothing out the forehead skin and improving the shape and position of the eyebrows, the tired, run-down look of aging can be taken away.

A forehead/brow lift can turn back the hands of time by making the eyes look bigger and brighter, creating a fresh look on a once worn down face. For those who are concerned that their face is no longer flirting with youth, contact Kalos Facial Surgery LLC. Dr. Stong can help you determine if a forehead/brow lift is the best option for you, and will help you regain the youthful confidence you desire.

Posted on behalf of Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery

371 East Paces Ferry Rd, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30305

Phone: (404) 963-6665

Disclaimer: These Are Actual Results For Patients Of Dr. Benjamin Stong. Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Results Can Vary Between Patients.