Blepharoplasty vs Brow Lift for male? (Photos)
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Blepharoplasty vs Brow Lift for male?
Hi, I've performed many upper eyelid surgeries and Brow Lifts over the past 30 years. Based on the photos, there is excess upper eyelid skin that can be removed with an upper blepharoplasty. This is a much easier surgery without the large incisions that must be placed within your hair for a Brow Lift. The brow can be raided using Botox injections.
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Browlifts versus blepharoplasty?
Thank you for the excellent question. It is difficult to tell you definitively from just the frontal images, however, I see your concern. A Browlifts would reduce any hooding effect, but care would need to be taken not to overarch your brows given their strong shape. Botox can relax some of the muscles pulling the brow down, and may be an option worth trying to see if you like the effect. I would recommend consulting with a facial plastic specialist regarding your concerns. I hope this helps!
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Brow lift versus blepharoplasty
To obtain the results presented in the photographs, both a blepharoplasty and a brow lift procedure are required. It's extremely important not to over-elevate the eyebrows and a young male patient. A conservative upper blepharoplasty procedure can accomplish removal of the hooded skin touching the eyelashes. For more information and many before and after examples of both procedures, please see the link and the video below
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Eyelid or brow surgery?
Based on your photographs and how you feel about the look with your hat on, there is no question that a brow lift would help you. An endoscopic brow lift which involves small incisions behind the hairline would be the ideal choice to give you the look that you want. Your best option is to consult a plastic surgeon who is experienced in endoscopic brow lift. The issue that you have is a genetic one. Your brows are congenitally low. I have done brow lifts in people in their 20s with excellent results. A brow lift should work very well for you
Blepharoplasty vs Brow Lift for male?
Thank you for your question.
- Based on your photo and desired look a brow lift may be your best option.
- To get an idea of how a browlift will help you I suggest that you try Botox in the frown line area and in the corner outside your eyelid in the crows feet region. This can often produce 6 mm of brow elevation to give you an idea of how he browlift might improve things.
- I also believe you do have excess upper eyelid skin and may need an upper blepharoplasty after the brow elevation to unhood the eyelids.. However if you're happy with the browlift alone that saves you a second operation.
- I would not do a combination brow lift and blepharoplasty because the risk of overcorrection is serious.
- For more information please read the link below:
Moderation is best
although your pictures are of good quality, it is so important to be seen in person. From the photos you have a low brow as well as thin, redundant eyelid skin. I would recommend an endoscopic brow lift with conservative upper lid surgery. This will soften the appearance of the brow/lid complex.
Blepharoplasty versus brow lift – two different looks.
Both procedures improve the upper eyelid region. The appearance you are demonstrating while wearing your hat is the appearance that could be achieved through a brow lift - but not by blepharoplasty alone.
The other clue to which procedure is right is the fact that people miss read your emotions – that is almost always suggestive of a low brow position.
With the right techniques, brow lift can be performed on men, even those with no hair, and leave almost imperceptible incision lines.
You can consider a conservative upper blepharoplasty aiming to sculpt the contour of the upper eyelid by excising in a conservative fashion the excess of skin. Male blepharoplasty requires a unique approach in order to avoid feminisation of the eyebrow-eyelid complex. Men usually have low set and full eyebrows and I don't feel you will benefit from an eyebrow lift.
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