What is a Browlift?
A browlift is a procedure that raises a patients eyebrows , eliminating frown lines on the face, correcting deep furrows between the eyes, reshaping of the outer eye and alteration of the muscle activity in the forehead.
Browlift surgery is often combined with other ancillary procedures such as a facelift, necklift, eyelid surgery, nose reshaping, removal of skin blemishes, laser resurfacing and/or chemical peel treatment.
A browlift can raise your eyebrows and eliminate frown lines, but it will not remove crow’s feet or other wrinkles, puffy bags or dark circles under your eyes, or drooping upper lids.
Our clients have shared their brow lift before and after photos – clients have consented to share these photos and they have not been altered in any way.
What do I need to know before booking a consultation for a browlift surgery ?
From 1 July 2023, anyone considering aesthetic surgery will have to provide a GP Referral to their Plastic Surgeon, as a result of new guidelines for plastic surgery from The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. A minimum of 2 consultations with their Surgeon will be required, including one face-to-face consultation. There will also need to be at least seven days between your face-to-face consultation with your Surgeon and your procedure.VIEW GALLERY