Brow Lift with Fillers

Traditional treatment for sagging brows that can make you look tired, angry, or aged is surgical. Surgeons, with their cutting tools, look at the brows and see excess skin. So they cut away the “excess” and stretch what’s left to create a tighter skin.

But the problem is that this doesn’t really mimic a younger appearance. In fact, for people who lost volume in the eye area, cutting and stretching can actually make people look older and more tired.

Replacing What Your Body Lost

A nonsurgical brow lift is often a better approach because it actually seeks to restore what your body had when you were younger: more volume in the eye area. You don’t have loose, hanging skin in the eyelids and brows because your skin has stretched appreciably. Instead, you have lost fat and other tissue under the skin, so that the skin you have now has less tissue to cover, so it hangs down loosely.

This means that we can restore your youthful appearance by replacing lost volume with injectable fillers like Juvéderm.

Benefits of a Nonsurgical Brow Lift

A nonsurgical brow lift is often better than a surgical one because:

  • There’s no surgery, which means:
    • No surgical risk
    • No anesthesia risk
    • No recovery time
  • Results are immediate
  • More natural-looking results
  • No scars
  • Poor results aren’t long lasting

Even when brow surgery goes exactly as planned, many people are unhappy with the results because they don’t really reproduce the appearance of the naturally youthful eye. And if surgery goes poorly, people end up with a long lastingly surprised expression or otherwise unnatural appearance—they might not end up looking like themselves, let alone a younger version of themselves. And those results are long lasting unless you decide on a revision surgery.

If you are looking to rejuvenate your eye area without surgery in the Denver, Westminster, and Broomfield area, please contact Sonata Aesthetics to learn more about the benefits of a nonsurgical brow lift.

*Results may vary from patient to patient

By / June 2, 2015 / Filler