Do you ever have people ask you if you’re tired? Or do they wonder if they did something to piss you off?

Well, it could be time for a brow lift from Dr. Lee.

Dr. Lee generally uses three different methods when performing his brow lifts. Here are descriptions of each.

Lateral brow lift

For those interested in a less invasive procedure, a lateral brow lift is a good choice. It’s effective to address a moderate amount of lateral brow droop. A small incision is made in the hairline above the lateral brow. Then a suture is passed from the lateral brow to the scalp to pull the brow. This may be combined with a coronal brow lift, which removes tissue in the hairline to elevate the brow. Because a lateral brow lift is less invasive, the procedure only takes around 30 minutes and recovery time is less than one week.

Endoscopic brow lift

An endoscopic brow lift is effective for elevating the entire forehead and is very cosmetically appealing. Small incisions are made in the hairline and an endoscope is inserted to give Dr. Lee a view of the areas he is working on, without needing a long incision. This procedure lifts the top half of the face. The procedure takes roughly two hours and requires about a week of recovery time.

Direct brow lift

In a direct brow lift, an incision is made just above the eyebrow and an ellipse of tissue is removed. When the wound is sutured closed, the eyebrow elevates. This method is effective, but does leave a prominent scar. Dr. Lee uses this method for patients suffering facial paralysis or trauma.

If you want to lose that tired look, a brow lift with Dr. Lee could be the answer. Call 610-789-6701 for a consultation.