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Why Consider a Browlift?
You look in the mirror, and someone else is staring back. Suddenly you notice it has happened. Your youthful-looking reflection has been replaced by one with creases and lines etched around the eyes and across the forehead. The eyebrows are beginning to sag and corners of the eyes droop. What are you going to do?
As a person ages, noticeable changes begin to take place in her appearance. Hair fullness, texture and color change, the skin changes texture and shows signs of aging, and it becomes more difficult to keep the body toned, trim, and in good shape.
Another noticeable change is in appearance of the skin, especially in the facial area. As muscle tone diminishes and skin thins and loses elasticity, areas of the face begin to “relax” and develop fine lines, which become deeper and more noticeable with the passing of time. Eventually the tiny, fine lines become wrinkles.
Wrinkles, frown lines, and “sagging eyebrows” caused by age alter a person’s appearance. The lines and puffiness in and around the eye area and between the eyes can make the person appear tired, distressed, or as though they are scowling. One way to alleviate this problem is with cosmetic surgery.
For persons who desire one, a “browlift” can help to restore a more youthful look to the areas above the eyes. The results would be very similar to what you see in the mirror when you place the palms of each hand near the outer corners of your eyes, just above the eyebrow, and gently lift up. Eyebrows are lifted, scowl lines disappear, and overall appearance softens, looks fresher, and years younger.
Even after a person has been deemed a good candidate for a browlift, and health and monetary criteria met, there still remains “homework” for the wise patient-to-be. Whenever any type of surgery is being considered, whether elective or not, the person should become as educated as possible about the surgery: the procedure itself, risks involved, projected results and realistic expectations.
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