Yes, it is very likely that we can improve this scar and lower your eyebrows. I don't think that a tissue expander will be needed either. It may be a two part process but you should be able to look good in not very long. This is something we treat very regularly.
Unfortunately I've seen other patients like you after their brow lift. The scar can be revised and eliminated with a scar revision and possibly a few micrografts. I will need to place a small expander in the forehead before lifting your low hairline. I know this is frustrating but a natural result can be achieved
Yes the scar an be revised and closed using the irregular Trichophytic Closure we described 35 years ago. I use tissue expansion to do this. Sees very experienced surgeon for this and look at his results.
The hairline scar should be easy to improve with some hair transplants or scar revision. Reshaping your brows might be done after forehead tissue expansion. Better comparative photos are needed to give a better answer. Also the range of brow movement has to be known.
Hello and thank you for your question. This is a very common complaint after brow lift surgery. I perform brow lift reversals using bone anchors and they can work very well to restore your pre-operation appearance. The most important aspect is to find
a surgeon you are comfortable with. I recommend that you seek consultation with
a qualified board-certified plastic surgeon who can evaluate you in person.
Best wishes and good luck.
Richard G. Reish, M.D.
Harvard-trained plastic surgeon
A reverse forehead lift can be done. It is an uncommon procedure and I have never seen one in nearly 20 years. You will need to be in the proper emotional state to have surgery. You still may need some hair transplants. You could try some botox to lower the brow position.Good luck!