Raising my sagging brow in Charlotte by getting a browlift
I really want to try raising my sagging brow in Charlotte. At first I thought I needed eyelid surgery, but I talked to my facial plastic surgeon, who explained that as I’ve gotten older, the skin on my forehead has started sagging downward and towards the center of my face, to the point where it’s pressing down on my eyelids. In a brow lift, skin is lifted up and to the sides, reversing this pattern. I might decide to have this treatment combined with BOTOX or some other anti-wrinkle treatment for greater effect.
Raising my sagging brow in Charlotte
I’m going to have to quit smoking for two weeks before the operation. This is not going to be pleasant, but it turns out nicotine slows healing by constricting the blood vessels. My wife is going to drive me home from the surgery.
After raising my sagging brow in Charlotte, I’m going to need pain medication for one or two days. Recovery time for a brow lift is usually about two weeks, but it will be at least three weeks before I can do anything strenuous that will raise your blood pressure. I’ll also have to stay off cigarettes the whole time — in fact, I think I’ll make this an occasion to quit cold turkey — and I’m going to need to sleep with my head elevated to keep the swelling down.
Charlotte’s most experienced facial plastic surgeon
The best person to go to for a brow lift or eyebrow lift in Charlotte is Dr. Sean Freeman. He has been certified by two different surgery boards, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Since 1988 he has done nothing but facial plastic surgery and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures. He was one of the first doctors in the United States to do an endoscopic brow lift. If you’ve ever said to yourself “I need help raising my sagging brow in Charlotte,” make an appointment today or schedule an online consultation for a discount on the consultation fee.