Less is definitely more.
However, this gets back to a simple issue. Not all surgeons are created equal. Doing your homework means finding a cosmetic surgeon who makes sense for you. One does not need to have the blue plate special to be improved. Did you feel your potential surgeon was listening to your concern? Did they spend time with you and address the your questions, or did you get shuffled off the the surgical counselor?
You should know that it is very important to preserve the subbrow fat and not take everything. You should not have your eye skeletonized. One of the doctors responding to your questions is actually advocating an open forehead lift, a very debilitating methods of performing a forehead lift that kills hair and leaves the scalp numb.
Let me strongly encourage you to keep looking for your surgeon. I am not sure where you live in Ohio. However, I can comfortably recommend Jill Foster, M.D. of Ophthalmic Surgeons and Consultants of Ohio in Columbus.