Why lifting the forehead? Because most women and men between the ages of 40 and 60 are disappointed with the look of the face: dropped eyebrows, deep wrinkles, a face that always expresses fatigue and worry. The leading lifting is a procedure by which the fallen position of the eyebrows is corrected, the unsightly wrinkles on the forehead are removed, thus removing the signs of fatigue, frown, worry.

During surgery, the muscles that cause excess wrinkles and skin will be repositioned or removed and eyebrows will be repositioned. The operation is usually done with local anesthesia or intravenous sedation. General anesthesia may also be required at the patient’s request, of course, surgery costs will increase.

The incision technique is limited and consists in making cuts of about 4 cm in the hair of the head so the scar will not be noticeable. These areas will lift eyebrows and remove excess skin.This technique can be used both the “coronal” and “endoscopic” procedures.In the coronal procedure the incision in the scalp of the head extends to the ears, the deep tissue of the forehead is initially separated and then lifted.

The surgery lasts between one and two hours. After surgery, a bandage will be placed around the forehead. Tumor growth may increase in the first 2-3 days. Edema and contusion disappear in 7-10 days. More details you will receive after the consultation.

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