Forehead lift

Lifting the forehead is a way to correct such deficiencies as: wrinkles and forehead wrinkles and overhanging eyebrows. The face becomes fresh, tightened and rejuvenated for several years.


  •  Endoscopic lifting - is a less invasive procedure. The operation is performed through several short incisions, made in the scalp. During the operation, an endoscope is inserted under the skin, which feeds the image to the monitor, with the help of which the doctor monitors the course of the operation. With the help of special tools introduced under the skin through these incisions, the surgeon redistributes and tissues in a new position.



  • Coronary lifting - refers to the traditional methods of correction, performed with a single continuous cut, passing from ear to ear along the hair growth line. The operation is contraindicated with a low forehead. Also, it is not recommended to perform a frontal lifting for patients prone to baldness




  • Temporal lifting - the operation can be performed both under local anesthesia and under general anesthesia. The method is based on the implementation of incisions in the region of the temples and excision of surplus skin. Thanks to this method, wrinkles are smoothed, the outer corners of the eyes are raised, and the area of the cheekbones is pulled up. Correction of eyebrows by the method of temporal lifting can be combined with other cosmetic and plastic procedures.


  • Transpalpebral lifting - the operation is performed under general anesthesia. A cut is made in the thickness of the natural fold of the upper eyelid, the skin is stretched, a part of the muscles is resected and excess fat tissue is removed, thereby wrinkles and folds are smoothed out in the area of the peri-perianus and forehead.

 

Indications

  • The omission of the outer corner of the eye caused by the ptosis of the upper eyelid
  • lowering of tissues of the upper third of the face
  • deep wrinkles and folds of the forehead and bridge of the nose
  • low eyebrow location
  • small wrinkles in the corners of the eyes ("crow's feet")
  • flabby skin in the temporal areas
  • overhanging of the skin on the bridge of the nose

Preparation

Patients before the operation must undergo a full medical examination and consultation of specialists in our clinic.

Contraindications

  • Diseases of the cardiovascular system, arterial hypertension
  • Pregnancy and lactation.
  • Diabetes
  • Inflammatory processes on the face in the acute stage
  • Infectious diseases in the acute stage
  • Bleeding disorder

After

The rehabilitation period after the forehead lift is from 14 to 20 days. If seams were applied, they are removed for 10-11 days. After 14-15 days, bruises and edema disappear almost completely. Temporary loss of sensitivity can be observed about three weeks after the operation. In the postoperative period, it is recommended to avoid increased physical activity and hot baths.