Brow Lift

With age, a person’s forehead can drop resulting in eyebrows sitting at a lower level. It can also cause ‘droopy’ excess skin hanging over the upper eyelids which can create a tired, sometimes sad-looking, appearance. 

A brow lift (or forehead lift) is a surgical procedure that aims to rejuvenate the upper part of a face by lifting the forehead skin and the eyebrows. Brow lifts are most commonly performed using an endoscopic or keyhole technique and are usually carried out in combination with an upper eyelid reduction called a Blepharoplasty (see Blepharoplasty in the main menu). Some patients often require other facial surgery such as facelifts in order to rejuvenate the whole face.

Mr Chana is one of the UK's leading practitioners of brow lift surgery and he is regularly asked to make comment or have his work featured in the national press and media.

You can watch videos of Mr Chana's patients undergoing facial surgery here.
 

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PROCEDURE OVERVIEW
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General
Surgery time
45 mins to 1 hour
Hospital stay
1 night
Time off work
1 week
Full recovery
4 weeks
Best results
6 weeks
Price from
£5,000
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