Browplasty, also known as a forehead or brow lift, is a surgical procedure that aims to elevate, or “lift” a drooping brow.
Brow lifts can be performed in different ways. Some surgeons prefer using an endoscope (a thin tube with a camera on the end) and special instruments placed through small incisions made within the hairline
Some surgeons prefer to perform a browlift through what is called a “coronal incision” The coronal incision is created from ear to ear across the top of the head within the hair-bearing skin.
This procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia. Patients can expect swelling at least two days after the procedure but this can be resolved by using ice packs. Full recovery can be expected within 10-14 days.