A browlift can rejuvenate the upper part of your face
A browlift can reduce the signs of ageing on the forehead and around the eyebrows. It can do this by lifting the eyebrows into a more aesthetically pleasing position, smoothing out wrinkles around the eye.
So a browlift can provide a fresher, more youthful appearance.
How is a browlift performed?
Dr Szalay will carefully make an incision along the hairline. Sometimes he uses sutures to lift the eyebrows whilst sometimes he will lift the brows with skin removal. Dr Szalay has performed over 300 browlift procedures.
How long does it take to recover from a browlift?
You may experience some bruising and swelling but most people are able to return to work within ten days of the procedure.
Will I need eyelid surgery as well?
Some patients just require a brow lift, whilst others need to undergo a brow lift as well as eyelid surgery to achieve their desired look. You are more likely to also require eyelid surgery when you have excess skin.
The initial consultation with Dr Szalay is $75.00. The cost of the browlift ranges from $3300 to $4400, depending on the complexity. The price is discounted when eyelid surgery is also performed.
More information on the browlift is available here
Book in your initial consultation and explore the possibilities
Here is what you can expect from your first consultation with Dr Szalay:
Step 1: Meeting with Dr Szalay
We will discuss the appearance of your eyebrows and forehead and how you would like them to look. We carry this out in a warm and professional environment to make you feel as comfortable as possible.
Step 2: Dr Szalay assesses your eyebrows and forehead to explore feasibility
Dr Szalay will examine your eyebrows and forehead to ensure that a brow lift is the best solution for the results you desire.
Step 3: If a brow lift is viable, Dr Szalay explains the procedure Dr Szalay takes this time to explain how it works, possible risks and answer any of your questions.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner