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What No One Tells You About A Forehead Lift

In order to know if a forehead lift would be right for you, place your hands above your eyebrows and outside the corners of your eyes and then as gently and carefully as possible, raise the skin you are holding in an upward direction. If doing this action makes you look better and gives you a more youthful appearance then a forehead lift might be exactly what you need.

Aging is an inevitable part of life and for some people it is their foreheads and eyebrow areas that are the first to show the signs. Facial skin loses its elasticity as a person ages and many things result in wrinkles and frown lines such as the sun, the pull of gravity and wind. All of this adds up to a tired, weary look and in many cases frown lines that make a person look angry or sad even when they are not. The majority of people who make the decision to have forehead lifts are in the range of 40 to 60 years of age but many people in their 30’s have a tired, weathered look that is well beyond their years. For young people a forehead lift is capable of raising their eyebrows that appear to be too far too low on the faces and give them a sad, unhappy kind of expression.

The most important prerequisites of having forehead lift surgery are being in excellent health and having realistic expectations. The best candidates are those who have sagging eyebrows, skin tissue that hangs low at the outer corners of the eyelids, a nose that is somewhat off kilter and many horizontal wrinkles across the forehead. Deep furrows between the eyes can also easily be removed when a forehead lift is performed.

There are some medical conditions that could cause some concern to a patient either during or after forehead lift surgery. These include having excessively high blood pressure that is not under control; problems when it comes to blood clotting and a problem with scarring, such as scars that grow to large proportion. Be aware if you are a smoker that smoking often causes the healing of wounds to be much slower.

The most common types of forehead lifts are the corneal (or classic) forehead lift and the endoscopic forehead lift. There is also a third method called the subcutaneous forehead lift. This type is very similar in nature to the corneal forehead lift however while the corneal lift places the incision across the top part of the head the subcutaneous is done at the hairline. Excess skin and muscle are taken away however the hairline is not altered in any way but be aware that there will be a scar left at the hairline after the surgery is done. This should fade somewhat in time. The advantage that this type of forehead lift has over the corneal lift is that the scalp is not as numb after surgery as it would be otherwise.

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