Incision under eyebrow?

Incision under eyebrow?

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boopsie  |  visitor  |  Hawaii
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I had a consultation with a cosmetic surgeon to fix my very heavy sagging eyebrows. One of the choices that he gave me was to make an incision UNDER my eyebrow to remove some of the fat. I've looked everywhere for some information on this procedure but cant seem to find anything about it anywhere. Has anybody ever heard of this and if so, any opinions?
Dr Maghnam Ayed Shahateet M.D.FRCS Frcs  |  Basic member  |  Amman
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this is a well known procedure for improving your sagging and baggy eyelids but not the eye brows its called blepheroplasty,for more information you can look it up in your internet.regards.
Dr. Alfredo Harris Dominguez  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Tijuana
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Dr. med. Lila Bratani  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Stuttgart
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Hello,

this technique is correct depending on the clinical degree your sagging eyelids are. Usually there is a small incision on the lower lid to remove or re-fix the fat which slips down with the age. Most cases of sagging eyes shown also a laxity of the skin which has to be removed to bring back youthness around the eyelid region.

I use also a technique with radiofrequency depending on the correction which has to be done there is only a small incision close to the cheeks without any under the eyelid.

Best regards,

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Dr. Antonio Fuente Del Campo  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Huixquilucan
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This procedure could be the last option, and should be done always combined with another one, like endoforehead, frontal lift, eyebrow suspension, etc..
boopsie
boopsie  |  visitor  |  Hawaii
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Thank you for all the responses. Anotonio Fuente Del Campo M.D.... extra thanks for making me feel more secure in my decision. I decided to go with a traditional blepharoplasty where the scars would be along my natural eyelid crease, rather than taking the chance of having a scar just below my eyebrow.

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CSSC International +  |  Basic member  |  Lahore Stockholm
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You can have either a tradational blepharoplasty under local anesthesia, or a percutaneous eyebrow lift, or remote eyebrow lift under local anesthesia, but if you are having sagging, and doubling of your upper lids, blepharoplasty is the best option, especially if you are a male.

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hali  |  visitor  |  Wisconsin
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can bad endoscopic brow lift be reversed? i had an bad endoscopic brow lift that i hate 1.5 year ago. what can i do?

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Dr. Manuel Gutierrez Romero  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Tijuana
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Hello, How are you?

Your procedure can be reversed with just releasing the stitches that hold your brow up.

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hali  |  visitor  |  Wisconsin
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thank you for your answer. is there a chance of asymetry if i have stitches released?

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Dr. Manuel Gutierrez Romero  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Tijuana
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If you had asymetry before, they will return to the state they were before the procedure. They will not be worse or better ,just the same as before the procedure.

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Schwansee Klinik  |  Basic member  |  Weimar
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It is possible. The incision under eyebrow to release the stitches which hold up the eyebrow.
Yours
T.F.Wagner

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Dr. André Hazan  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo
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Hi Hali

We talk about troubls during the consultation too, benefits and risks are put over table...Yes, depending on the techniques, they can be reversed. Normal is: to elevate slightly one side is lowerest than highest side. Warmest regards, Doc AH

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Professor Mohsen B Kashkouli MD  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Tehran
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Upper blepharoplasty alone or combined with eyebrow lift would be solving the problem Eyebrow lift in male however is a tricky procedure because of male baldness which could be addressed through either direct incision over the eyebrow, on the forehead creases, or endoscopically over or behind the haireline. A detailed examination will clarify which is the preferred one for you.
Although Suture lift might give a temporary effect, it most of the time wont last more than 6 months; not mentioning other complications.

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CSSC International +  |  Basic member  |  Lahore Stockholm
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If you had previous asymmetry, it is possible.

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hali  |  visitor  |  Wisconsin
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have you ever done this - releasing the stitches? i have been asking many doctors about it and i was told that it would not help to release the stitches. one doctor even claims i can get an asymetry that i did not have before. thank you for answers.

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hali  |  visitor  |  Wisconsin
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I am talking about reversing the endoscopic brow lift that was done 1.5 year ago. have you ever reversed an endoscopic brow lift by just releasing the stitches? is there the a risk of asymetry that i did not have before?

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Dr. Thomas F. Wagner  |  Basic member  |  Maxillofacial Surgery  |  Weimar
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Yes there is a risk to get a asymmetrie
Thomas Wagner MD

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Dr. Manuel Gutierrez Romero  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Tijuana
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Yes there could be a risk.

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Dr. Antonio Fuente Del Campo  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Huixquilucan
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No, not at all, it is very precise.

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Dr. Luis Alfredo Romero García  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  San José del Cabo
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Hello, in patients with too much extra sagging skin below the eyebrow, a precise facial analysis could show us how much extra skin is because of the eyebrow drop and how much because of the eye lid laxity. On this case the patient could be benefit by the two precedures: an eyelid surgery after an eyedrop lift.

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CSSC International +  |  Basic member  |  Lahore Stockholm
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Yes, it can be reversed.

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hali  |  visitor  |  Wisconsin
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have you done reversing an endoskopic brow lift? is it just releasing the stitches?can it be done if my surgery was 1.5 year ago?

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Prof. Dr. med. Nektarios Sinis  |  Premium member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Berlin
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I have Forrester One Case which was compared to your Case a fresh endobrow lift 5 months post op. the problem was a kind of scarification which made a small dissection towards the brows necessary. However, you can correct it for sure.
Best wishes
Sinis

SINIS PLASTIC SURGERY BERLIN

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Dr. Antonio Fuente Del Campo  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Huixquilucan
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I think it could be corrected, but send pictures and I will give you my professional opinion.
Dr. surendra chawla  |  Basic member  |  New Delhi
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for sagging eyebrow you require brow lift which is most commonly performed by giving incision in the scalp in hair bearing area so that you dont have any visible scar mark on your face. some time it can be combined with upper eyelid surgery, at that time you dont require any secondary incision in scalp and for brow lift you dont require any fat excision.

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