Reduce a tired, sad or grumpy appearance with a natural-looking browlift.
Dr. Wyatt To knows the ideal way to improve your appearance and keep your reflection personable.
The Advantages of A Browlift
Since 2004 we’ve been providing state-of-the-art browlift results without the risk of general anesthesia. Dr. Wyatt To is a natural artist and guarantees that he’ll maintain your natural beauty. Nothing fake, “startled”, or cringeworthy here. Just beautiful.
Here’s What A Browlift Can Do For You:
- Boost your self-confidence
- Restore the reflection you remember and love
- Lift your forehead, eyebrows and eyelids into a more pleasing position
- Reduce frown lines, creases and crow’s feet
- Remove sagging skin from target areas
- Improve the appearance of your hairline
- Dramatically improve the appearance of facial wrinkles, skin irregularities, and premature aging
The CSSC Advantage
Dr. Wyatt To Is A Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon
Why is this important? When you choose someone to improve the appearance of your face, the first part of you that people connect with, you should choose a specialist. Dr. Wyatt To’s specialty is facial plastic surgery, day in and out. You want a surgeon with “miles under their belt” and experience in all the right places.
Our Community Reputation For Excellence Is Well-Known
Dr. Wyatt To joined the practice of Dr. Michael Warner in 2004, continuing a 40-year legacy of devotion to skin health, confidence and customer service. If you’re looking for the ideal browlift, choose Dr. To and our amazing team of professionals.
We Make Facial Plastic Surgery A Dream Come True
Facial plastic surgery doesn’t have to break the bank. From your very first consultation, you’ll know your options regarding cost, payment plans and more. We accept all major credit cards and proudly participate with CareCredit to make it easy for you to have your procedure without delay.
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Am I A Candidate For A Browlift?
If you can answer ‘yes’ to one or more of these questions, you might be a great candidate for a browlift.
- Do you wish that you looked more alert, friendly and approachable?
- Do you stand in front of the mirror to lift your eyelids, eyebrows and forehead into a more desirable position?
- Do your family or friends ask “Are you sad?” or “mad?” when you feel just fine?
- Are you contemplating a job change to a field that’s filled with a younger workforce?
- Does your reflection match the fact that you feel physically fit, energetic and youthful on the inside?
*Medicine is not an exact science and individual results may vary.
What sort of pre-operative evaluation will I require?
Routine medical clearance from your primary care doctor and standard laboratory tests are required. It is also necessary for you to avoid certain medications, aspirin, herbal remedies and alcohol for 14 days prior to surgery.
Where will my browlift incisions be placed?
There are four basic approaches for browlift:
- Coronal lift: your incision is concealed in the hair
- High lift: your incision is hidden at the hairline
- Direct lift: your incision is hidden in the eyebrows
- Endoscopic lift: your incisions are hidden behind the hairline
Which approach is best for me?
The most important factor to consider when selecting the approach is the position and characteristics of your hairline. The coronal and endoscopic approaches tend to raise the hairline while the high forehead approach lowers it. Dr. To will help guide you through the advantages and disadvantages of each approach during your consultation.
What sort of anesthesia will I have?
Browlift surgery can be completed with local anesthetic or under general anesthesia. Your safety and comfort is our primary consideration, so be sure to discuss this issue with Dr. To.
How much discomfort will I experience during my procedure?
You should experience very little discomfort during or after surgery. Medication is prescribed; however, you may require nothing more than Tylenol for the majority of the post-operative period.
How long will my browlift last?
Coronal and high forehead browlifts are some of the longer lasting facial cosmetic procedures. Many patients are pleased with the appearance of their brows even many years after surgery. While the results obtained with direct and endoscopic browlift are similar, they may not be as long lasting.
How long will it take me to recover from a browlift?
After surgery a small drain tube may be placed to drain away fluids that otherwise might accumulate. A bulky head dressing may also be placed to decrease swelling. Many patients choose to go home that afternoon. Rarely are they observed at a recovery facility overnight.
If you have drains or bulky head dressing, they are removed the following day. Your sutures are removed 3-5 days after surgery and cosmetic tape is applied at that time. Discomfort is usually minimal and most of our patients return to work a few days after surgery.
Will my browlift improve other areas of my face?
The effect of the browlift is limited to your brows and forehead only. Sagging cheeks, jowls and facial wrinkles will not be corrected with a browlift. The browlift is not intended to correct minor asymmetries of the brows.
What are my other options?
Chemical peels, laser, high intensity ultrasound (Ultherapy™) or radiofrequency treatments may be used to reinforce or substitute for surgical lifting. However, the degree of lifting achievable with these methods is significantly less than a surgical option. Botox® Cosmetic may be used to reduce the action of certain muscles to provide a slight elevation of the brows and to reduce the appearance of forehead wrinkles and frown lines. However, these are temporary treatments that will require repeated treatment every several months.