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Brow Lift

As part of the ageing process skin progressively loses its elasticity and muscles tend to slacken. The stresses of daily life, effects of gravity and exposure to sun can be seen on the face. The rate at which this happens varies from one person to another and is probably determined by genes. Many people feel frustrated that the face they see in the mirror is not the one they feel should be there. Substantial weight loss can produce similar changes in facial appearance to those of the ageing process.

What can be done?

A brow lift is a cosmetic surgery procedure to remove excess fatty tissue and skin from the forehead resulting in a firmer and less wrinkled brow and forehead. Different techniques are available to achieve a brow lift for example a minimally invasive procedure using a thread-lift technique is possible. A special implant - Endotine may also be used to achieve a brow lift. Mr Humzah Consultant Plastic Surgeon will explain these to you and discuss which brow lift technique would be suitable for you.

How long does a brow lift last?

The effects of a brow lift are permanent but may be reduced with age or if you put on weight.

Who is a candidate for brow lift?

If your eyebrows have begun to sag and your forehead to wrinkle you may benefit from a brow lift.

How much does a brow lift cost?

The fee for this plastic surgery procedure is a guide; variations do exist between hospitals and fees will be individually calculated for you after your consultation.

Guide Price:  From £ 2,700.00

The fee quoted will cover costs related to your total care (pre-operative assessments, accommodation, medications, routine investigations), theatre, surgeon and anaesthetic fees. It also covers all required post - operative visits and any necessary management of clinical complications. It does not include the initial consultation fee of £110 which will be invoiced separately.

Where can I have my plastic surgery?

Plastic surgery clinics are available at The Winfield Hospital (Ramsay Healthcare), Gloucester  and The West Midlands Hospital (Ramsay Healthcare), Halesowen.

Where to get further information.

For further information on all procedures, please contact us on 0800 084 2321 or email info@pdsurgery.co.uk.