Brow Lift | Washington, D.C., & Arlington
Revitalize Your Eyes,
Look How You Feel
Dr. Jonathan Cabin's brow lift procedure redefines this canvas, restoring youthful shape and symmetry to your brow and overall shape—so you can look as young as you feel.
How Does It Differ from Upper Blepharoplasty?
Your brow is one of your most important—and most looked at—facial features, as it plays a significant role in conveying your emotions and communicating with those around you.
However, over time, factors like aging, gravity, and daily stresses can lead to a sagging brow that creates an aged or tired appearance.
The upper portion of the eye can be broken down into two units:
- The eyelid
- The eyebrow
The eyebrow represents the thickened area on or above the upper eye socket bone, frequently—but not always—marked off by the eyebrow hair. While an upper blepharoplasty targets your upper eyelid, a brow lift specifically treats your eyebrow.
An endoscopic brow lift gently raises the outside portion of the brow, creating a more youthful shape to your eye, forehead, and overall face. Dr. Cabin can perform this procedure simultaneously with an upper blepharoplasty.
How the Procedure Works
During an endoscopic brow lift, Dr. Cabin will:
- Make a hidden, minimally invasive incision in the hair above your temples
- Insert a fiber optic camera that enables him to perform the procedure below your skin
- Examine the treatment area and make a small incision into your eyebrow
- Gently loosen or remove muscle, pulling tissue and skin upward
- Stitch up the treatment area
A typical endoscopic brow lift requires about an hour to complete. You may experience symptoms such as swelling and bruising in the initial days after your endoscopic brow lift, which may last for three to seven days. Additionally, the end results of an endoscopic brow lift often remain visible for up to 10 years.
Another option for brow lifting is the chemical brow lift, which involves elevating the brow using small amounts of neurotoxins. Although temporary, the correct application can achieve similar results to a surgical brow lift.
Is an Endoscopic Brow Lift Right for You?
Renowned for his expertise in facial rejuvenation, Dr. Cabin can use an endoscopic brow lift to help bring a natural balance to your face, enhancing your overall facial symmetry and restoring youthful vitality.
This procedure is especially ideal if you have any of the following below.
Sagging or Low Brow Position
If you have a sagging or low brow position that contributes to a perpetually tired or aged appearance, an endoscopic brow lift might be your solution. Dr. Cabin's expertise and modern technique can elevate your brow to a more youthful position, unveiling a refreshed and alert look.
Forehead Lines & Wrinkles
The endoscopic brow lift effectively smooths your forehead lines and wrinkles, enhancing both your appearance and your self-confidence while unveiling a smoother and more vibrant forehead.
The best candidates for an endoscopic brow lift understand the procedure's potential and have realistic expectations. Dr. Cabin's commitment to clear communication ensures that you're well-informed about achievable outcomes, fostering a partnership based on trust and understanding.
The results are natural-looking and tailored to your unique features, ensuring that your rejuvenated appearance aligns with your aesthetic goals.
Check out the exceptional results of some of Dr. Cabin’s other brow lift patients in Arlington, VA, and Washington, D.C., as well as from across the country.
After the endoscopic brow lift, it's normal to experience mild swelling and bruising around the treated area. These post-operative effects are temporary and typically subside within a week or two.
Dr. Cabin's expertise and careful approach will ensure a swift and comfortable recovery. His thorough post-operative guidelines will also guide you through your recovery, ensuring optimal healing. You'll be advised to avoid strenuous activities during the initial weeks to facilitate the healing process.