Toronto Browlift

A browlift surgery lifts droopy eyebrows and stretches the forehead skin to correct forehead wrinkles. This procedure can be done in a traditional way or endoscopically (minimal incisions). Browlift is often combined with eyelid surgery as droopy eyebrows often contribute to droopy eyelids.

Recovery after a Browlift

After surgery you will have a tight bandage around your forehead. It is designed to apply pressure to the forehead to minimize the risk of bleeding, the most common complication after this surgery, as well as to keep the forehead skin in its new place while it heals You will be asked to avoid any activities that raise your blood pressure. Swelling and bruising will be most noticeable after the first day and will slowly subside after that. You should avoid any strenuous physical activity for two weeks. If you work in an office setting, you should be able to return to work after a few days.

Who can benefit from a Browlift?

Browlift procedure will raise droopy/heavy eyebrows, improve forehead wrinkles, lift excess/droopy upper eyelid skin. If any of these concerns affect you, you may benefit from a browlift.

What are the risks of a Browlift?

Browlift is a surgical procedure. Like all surgical procedures, there are general risks. Please read our information page on potential risks. With regards to browlifts, there are special considerations that need to be taken into account. These include irritation of the nerve that provides sensation to the forehead, bleeding, and asymmetry between the two sides. These complications are rare, and usually resolve without leaving you with any long-lasting abnormalities. In some cases you may need additional surgery to ensure ideal results

Dr. Martin Jugenburg
Toronto Cosmetic Surgery Institute
100 Front St West, Toronto, ON, M5J1E3