Best Way to Treat Indentations Above Eyebrows As a Result of a Browlift?

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Best Way to Treat Indentations Above Eyebrows As a Result of a Browlift?

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A scar revision may be in order without seeing pictures. Also a filler may work if the defects are not great.


Cincinnati Plastic Surgeon
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Dermal Fillers such as Restylane

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Usually fillers such as Restylane, Juvederm or Radiesse (depending on the exact location) can treat indentations above eyebrows as a result of a browlift.

Babak Azizzadeh, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Indentations from a brow lift

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Sometimes indentations occur after a brow lift in the vicinity of the eyebrows. This is most likely from removal of the corrugator muscle. This can be treated by filler or fat injections.

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Indentations Above Brows after Brow Lift

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You have several choices to fill the depressions: 1) Fillers will last 1-2 years; 2) Fat liposculpture will last much longer, sometimes permanently 3) Fascia grafts are permanent.

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Best Way to Treat Indentations Above Eyebrows

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An indentation suggests a an area of tethered scarring. If you are otherwise happy with your brow lift, the tethering of the scarring my be divided by moving a needle under the skin. If this does not suffice to smooth the surface, either a small amount of wrinkle filler or a fat graft will help lift the skin and smooth the dimpling.

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Depressed area of forehead following brow lift

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I once experienced a depressed area after a browlift and successfully treated it with fat grafting and this has remained corrected for well over a year.

Otto Joseph Placik, MD
Chicago Plastic Surgeon
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