Facial Threads for Brow Lift
Facial threads or anti-wrinkle treatments and dermal fillers can give a brow lift, upper face or forehead lift or an eyelift without surgery to create a younger, more refreshed look. There are two different approaches. One is focussed on eyebrow lift or upper facelift, and the second is eyelift or non-surgical blepharoplasty.
Though a brow lift can help lift the upper eyelid, it is best to consider these separately. The choice of approach for eyebrow lift always includes consideration of opening around the eye area. Still, multiple factors are in play, and sometimes combinations of forehead thread lift and anti-wrinkle treatments and dermal fillers are the best option. But as it is complex, our Doctors offer a free assessment at the outset to determine the best approach.
Sometimes surgery is the best option for eyelift and browlift, but our Doctors will help in their assessment.
Browlift, Forehead Lift or Upper Facelift
Using Facial threads is a non-surgical way to achieve forehead lift without surgery. This is considered for mild, moderate and even severe brow descent. Our Doctors will assist you in the degree of brow lift you can expect from these procedures. We choose to use Aptos non-surgical thread lifting, as they provide multiple choices to forehead and browlift that can be tailored to suit your particular concerns.
Threads For Eyebrow Lift & Forehead Lift
An eyebrow lift can be performed using either threads or antiwrinkle injections. If there is significant brow descent, the best non-surgical approach to a brow lift is either a thread forehead lift or surgery.
Non-surgical Eye Lift with Threads
Create a more open appearance with your eyes and smooth the surrounding area with a non-surgical eye lift treatment. Once, upper eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty was the only option. However, a facial thread lift or cosmetic injectables are non-surgical options for a sagging brow and droopy eyelid.
Antiwrinkle and Dermal Fillers For Brow Lift
Non-Surgical Eye lifts work to create an open eye look by raising the brow’s position. Using a combination of anti-wrinkle treatments and dermal fillers can help achieve a smoother eye area and openness without surgery. The result is not as dramatic as eyelid surgery but can be a practical option for women with hooded eyes. We expect a 1-2 mm eye lift with wrinkle relaxing injections and more definition and an outer brow lift with dermal fillers.
We offer a free assessment to determine your suitability for a non-surgical eyelift. Sometimes blepharoplasty is the only answer, but you may achieve enough eye lift without surgery if you are not ready for this. You get to discuss your options before you decide.
Non- Surgical Eyelift with RF Skin Tightening.
A non-surgical tightening lifting of the upper eyelid, lower eyelids, brows and wrinkles smoothing around the eye area can be achieved with ablative radio-frequency skin tightening. Unfortunately, directly over eyelids cannot be treated, so there is a limitation in what is possible for an eyelid lift, but adequate for smoothing eye wrinkles and lifting the brow.
Hooded Eyes and Droopy Eyelids Develop Naturally
Over time, the area around your eyes becomes less defined, and brow sagging creates a hooded look. In addition, gravity over time, loss of elasticity in skin and volume loss around the eyes contribute to brow and eyelid descent—the result – less ‘open’ eyes and commonly associated with distracting lines and wrinkles.
Wrinkle relaxing injections, in addition to smoothing eye wrinkle and frown lines, can contribute to a 1-2mm brow lift if used correctly. The approach to modern cosmetic injecting is directed at this – opening the eyes. In addition, dermal fillers used around the brow (above or under) can create brow lift.
Non-surgical Eye Lift Assessment
Contact Pearl today to book an obligation free initial consultation regarding our non-surgical eye lift. Our doctors have advanced training for thread lifting or creating eye lifts with cosmetic injectables. They will let you know what is achievable before you commit to any treatment. If you do require blepharoplasty, we will let you know and refer you to a plastic surgeon.
When is Blepharoplasty Indicated
If the brows and eyelids have drooped to the point where it is obstructing vision, eyelid surgery is indicated. At this point, a non-surgical eyelift will be insufficient. In this circumstance, you may be able to claim a rebate from health funds and Medicare. Your Plastic surgeon will discuss Medicare coverage.
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