A non-surgical brow lift involves a customized combination of cosmetic procedures, usually including the strategic use of fillers and Botox, to rejuvenate the brow area without having plastic surgery or any downtime. As we age, our body produces less collagen and elastin. Collagen and elastin are skin proteins that contribute to elasticity, firmness, and an overall youthful appearance. Skin laxity, excess skin, volume loss, and facial creases are the most visible signs of aging and occur as the skin loses collagen and elastin. In the upper face and brow area, the most common visible sign of aging results in sagging skin of the upper eyelids, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles. Dr. Michele Green, an expert dermatologist in NYC, employs a combination of non-surgical procedures, such as injectable neuromodulators, dermal fillers, and skin-tightening laser treatments, to achieve a non-surgical brow lift and provide natural-looking rejuvenation.
Injectable neurotoxins such as Botox® are often used to create a non-surgical eyebrow lift, and an expert like Dr. Green can strategically inject neuromodulators into the upper face to provide a lifting effect to the brow area while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers, such as Juvederm®, Restylane®, and Sculptra®, can restore age-related volume loss to greatly improve the look of deep wrinkles and hollows that age the upper face. Radiofrequency skin tightening treatments such as Thermage® can produce new collagen, providing a lifting, tightening, and firming effect that is integral to the non-surgical brow lift. When combined, these complementary cosmetic procedures boast similar cosmetic results to a traditional brow lift surgery without the need for incisions or downtime, allowing patients to achieve facial rejuvenation.
If you’re frustrated by the appearance of a droopy brow, sagging skin, deep wrinkles, creases, or other signs of aging, Dr. Green can help. Dr. Michele Green, based in New York City, is a board-certified cosmetic dermatologist who is recognized and appreciated around the world for her cosmetic artistry and dedication to her patients. An expert in non-surgical cosmetic procedures, Dr. Green offers many alternatives to cosmetic surgery for her patients. Dr. Green is consistently voted as one of New York’s best physicians by Super Doctors, New York Magazine, The New York Times, and Castle Connolly. She is known for providing the “best Botox in New York.” She has over 25 years of experience giving her patients ideal cosmetic results with customizable treatment plans and incorporating the most cutting-edge non-invasive procedures, including the non-surgical brow lift.
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What is a non-surgical brow lift?
A non-surgical brow lift typically entails a personalized combination of cosmetic procedures, including dermal fillers, Botox, and laser treatments, to provide rejuvenation to the upper face and brow area without the need for invasive plastic surgery. As we age, the body consistently produces less collagen and elastin. Collagen and elastin are skin proteins that contribute to elasticity and firmness. The development of loose, excess skin, volume loss, and wrinkles typically accompanies the depletion of collagen and elastin. In the brow area, this might result in sagging skin in the upper eyelids, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles. A non-surgical brow lift involves utilizing cosmetic treatments such as dermal fillers, Thermage® for skin tightening, and Botox injections to reduce signs of aging in the upper face without cosmetic surgery or downtime. These non-surgical treatments can be complementary and are often combined by Dr. Green to lift the brow and address multiple aspects of the skin aging process effectively.
What is a surgical brow lift?
A surgical brow lift was once a very popular cosmetic procedure to raise one’s eyebrows. There are a variety of surgical procedures used for achieving a brow lift, including an endoscopic brow lift, forehead lift, temporal brow lift, direct brow lift, coronal brow lift, hairline brow lift, and thread lift. The most common surgical brow lift procedure is an endoscopic brow lift, in which the patient is put under anesthesia, and a series of small incisions are made past the patient’s hairline. A thin tube with a light and camera attached is inserted into the incision to visualize the underlying tissues. The surgeon then lifts the forehead tissues, anchors them through small sutures or screws, and closes up the incision. Brow lift surgery is invasive, requires ample recovery time, and only lasts for about five to seven years. The surgical procedure also often results in a scar and a cosmetic appearance that leaves a patient with an unnatural, “surprised” look. In some cases, this more extreme brow lift may be essential for full facial rejuvenation. However, our patients overwhelmingly prefer non-surgical brow lifts in order to maintain a more natural, youthful look that requires virtually no downtime and can be tailored extensively to each individual’s needs.
Non-surgical brow lift versus plastic surgery
When considering your brow lift and rejuvenation treatment options, it is important to examine the difference between non-surgical and surgical brow lifts. A non-surgical brow lift uses a combination of non-invasive cosmetic procedures, such as Botox, dermal fillers, and Thermage, to elevate the eyebrow and tighten the surrounding skin. Non-surgical brow lift treatments can effectively correct age-related volume loss, fine lines and wrinkles, and mild to moderate amounts of skin laxity in the upper face and brow area; however, they cannot remove loose, excess skin contributing to a sagging brow or upper eyelid, as only a surgical procedure can effectively remove excess skin. While the cosmetic effects of a brow lift surgery may last for up to seven years, the results achieved from a non-surgical brow lift need to be maintained on a regular basis to keep up the best effects.
A surgical brow lift involves a plastic surgeon making small incisions around the hairline to lift the skin or underlying tissues. Surgical brow lifts can be very costly and come with significant amounts of recovery time and potential risks and side effects. Thus, it is no wonder that non-surgical options for skin rejuvenation have become so popular. Non-surgical brow lifts are an excellent alternative to cosmetic surgery, as they provide the revitalizing, youthful glow of a more invasive procedure with greater customization and little to no downtime. When you consult with internationally renowned, board-certified cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Michele Green at her private dermatology office, she will physically assess the condition of your skin and help you determine which type of eyebrow lift treatments will provide you with the best, long-lasting, and natural-looking results.
How can Botox give you a non-surgical brow lift?
Botox is perhaps the most famous cosmetic injectable in the world of dermatology and is best used to address the dynamic wrinkles that appear on the face as we age. Dynamic wrinkles are creases caused by the contraction of a muscle. For example, creases appear between your eyebrows when you furrow your brow and at the corners of your eyes when you squint your eyes to smile. When you are young, the elastin in your skin is still plentiful, and your skin will go back to being smooth when your face is relaxed. As we age and collagen and elastin production decrease, these dynamic wrinkles become etched into the skin and are visible even when the face is relaxed. As Botox cosmetic is used to relax the muscles and thereby eliminate wrinkles, it is the ideal cosmetic procedure for addressing these issues.
Botox and other neuromodulator injectables such as Dysport® and Xeomin® use a neurotoxin called botulinum toxin type A to essentially “freeze” nerve signals to certain overworked muscles on the face. When injected, Botox blocks the neurotransmitters that signal the muscle to contract, relaxing the muscle and smoothing out fine lines and dynamic wrinkles. Certain facial muscles, such as the orbicularis oculi, procerus muscle, and corrugator muscles, pull the eyebrows downwards, while other facial muscles, like the frontalis muscle, work to pull the eyebrows up. By strategically injecting Botox, the result is a weakening of the corrugator and procerus muscles, which allows the central part of the forehead to relax and open up. The inner brow lifts, resulting in a lifting effect in the brow area and rejuvenation of the upper face. Botox can be injected on the upper face to treat horizontal forehead wrinkles, frown lines between the eyebrows, and crow’s feet around the eyes to create a more youthful appearance. When an experienced, expert injector such as Dr. Michele Green performs your Botox brow lift, the rejuvenation results are phenomenal.
Combining dermal fillers and Botox for a non-surgical brow lift
Dermal fillers are an excellent complementary treatment to Botox, as they are able to reverse the effects of age-related volume loss and enhance facial contour. The body produces less collagen as we age, and the face begins to lose its youthful look, leading to hollow areas that further accentuate wrinkles and creases. Dermal fillers restore volume to the skin, providing a more youthful appearance. Dermal fillers are revolutionary when it comes to skin rejuvenation, and they allow for natural-looking fullness and youthful contouring without the need for brow lift surgery. Several varieties of dermal fillers can be used in combination with Botox for the ideal brow lift:
Juvederm Voluma – If there is a hollowing out or natural volume loss in the brow area, Juvederm Voluma can both restore volume and help lift the brow area. Juvederm Voluma is a popular dermal filler that relies on hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body, to stimulate new collagen and elastin growth, leading to fuller, younger-looking skin. The dermal filler was approved by the FDA in 2013 for cosmetic use and has since become an extremely effective and popular non-surgical remedy for volume loss in the face.
Restylane – Restylane is another dermal filler that uses hyaluronic acid that provides immediate volume restoration and stimulates collagen and elastin production for fuller, smoother skin. There are several different dermal filler products within the Restylane family, which differ in particle sizes, making them suitable for use in different areas of the face. When restoring volume loss in the mid-face, Restylane Lyft or the newly FDA-approved Restylane Contour is extremely effective in restoring lost volume to the face for a fuller, younger look.
Sculptra – Sculptra is a unique dermal filler composed of a substance called poly-L-lactic acid. Once injected, Sculptra promotes the creation of new collagen to address wrinkles and volume loss. Unlike hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane, Sculptra will stimulate the production of collagen over 4-6 weeks following the initial injection. Typically, at least three Sculptra treatments are necessary to achieve full cosmetic volume restoration. After the last Sculptra treatment, new collagen production will continue to occur, and the results will last for up to two years.
When you have your initial consultation with Dr. Michele Green in New York City, she will be able to determine which dermal filler will work best to address your specific cosmetic condition, the signs of aging you’d like to address, and your aesthetic goals.
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How to get an Eyebrow Lift with Thermage skin tightening laser
Skin tightening treatments are complementary cosmetic procedures used to create a non-surgical eyebrow lift. Popular skin tightening treatments include Ultherapy (an ultrasonic skin tightening treatment) and Thermage. Thermage is a revolutionary skincare technology that uses radiofrequency energy to heat the lower layers of the dermis, igniting targeted collagen production that tightens the appearance of loose or excess skin. Thermage is FDA-approved, can be used virtually everywhere on the body, including the face, chest, neck, decolletage, upper arms, abdomen, thighs, and buttocks, and can help with drooping or sagging skin in the brow area with as little as one treatment. There is zero downtime involved with Thermage, meaning patients can resume their usual daily activities immediately upon completion of the procedure and schedule their treatment sessions with ease. Thermage FLX is the latest Thermage skin tightening laser and has an even greater depth of penetration and energy disbursement for improved collagen remodeling. Additionally, skin resurfacing laser treatments, such as ECO2, Vivace, eMatrix, PRP with microneedling, and Fraxel laser treatment, can be excellent options for those who are looking to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as scarring or discoloration along the surface of the skin.
How is a non-surgical eyebrow lift done?
A non-surgical brow lift procedure can often be completed in a single in-office visit. During your initial consultation with Dr. Green, you’ll be able to discuss your aesthetic goals and address your primary concerns. Dr. Green will then be able to carefully evaluate the brow area and determine which eyebrow lift treatment plan will work best for you. As Botox and Juvederm are commonly injected at different sites, both products can typically be safely administered at the same appointment by a board-certified medical professional. However, depending on the treatment area, Dr. Green may suggest waiting two weeks to see the final results of your Botox injections before injecting any dermal fillers. During a non-surgical brow lift, a topical numbing cream may be applied prior to your appointment to prevent any potential discomfort. When you arrive at the office, medical photography may be taken to track your progress through subsequent treatments. The treatment area will then be sterilized, and Dr. Green will inject Botox and Juvederm or an alternative dermal filler into the treatment area.
A non-surgical eyebrow lift treatment typically takes less than 15 minutes to complete, and patients are able to resume normal activity immediately post-treatment. After your treatment, you should see the final cosmetic results in two weeks, and results can last up to four months for Botox injections and six months to one year for dermal fillers. When you consult with Dr. Green at her private dermatology office, she will work with you to establish a timeline for your treatments that suits your personal needs and goals.
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What is the aftercare for a non-surgical brow lift?
While a non-surgical eyebrow lift involves the combination of several types of cosmetic procedures, the aftercare is similar for each. Botox, dermal fillers, and Thermage are all non-invasive treatments, meaning they require no downtime or recovery period. As such, you can return to your regularly scheduled activities immediately following the completion of the procedure. Dr. Green recommends avoiding intense exercise or extreme heat exposure for 48 hours following your non-surgical brow lift treatments.
After each treatment, it is important to avoid the use of blood thinners such as Advil or aspirin in order to reduce the risk of bruising or swelling at the injection site. If you are prone to bruising, you can begin to take Arnika pills three to four days before your appointment to prevent any bruising or speed the recovery of any bruises formed. Arnika is an oral herbal supplement that has been shown to accelerate the healing of bruising. Patients may experience some mild side effects, such as swelling or redness at the injection site, for several days after receiving the injections. Still, these side effects usually resolve on their own quickly.
There are some important distinctions to note in the aftercare for the different treatments. Following the dermal filler treatment, Dr. Green may lightly massage the area in order to distribute the filler properly. Following Botox treatment, however, it is important to avoid massaging the area or laying down on the treatment area directly following the procedure in order to prevent unintentionally spreading Botulinum toxin A to other parts of the face. Following the procedure, Dr. Green will reiterate the important aftercare instructions for the cosmetic treatment you have received.
How long does non non-surgical brow lift last
The rejuvenation results of a non-surgical brow lift are not permanent. Non-surgical brow lift with Botox typically last three to four months. For those who undergo both dermal filler and Botox or neuromodulator injections, it’s important to note that Botox is more temporary than hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvederm, so you may need a follow-up Botox treatment sooner than a dermal filler boost in order to maintain consistent, satisfying results. Hyaluronic acid dermal filler injections provide immediate results after treatment, and results can last from six months to one year, depending on the specific filler used. Sculptra injections provide rejuvenation results for up to two years. The effects of Thermage treatment can last for up to two years.
Is a non-surgical brow lift safe?
Absolutely! The cosmetic procedures involved in a non-surgical brow lift treatment plan are incredibly safe, with few associated risks and side effects. Non-surgical brow lifts typically involve a combination of neuromodulator injections, such as Botox, dermal fillers, and Thermage radiofrequency treatment. These cosmetic procedures have no downtime, and you can resume your normal activities immediately following treatment. As with any form of injections, Botox and dermal filler treatment can result in side effects like slight swelling or bruising in the treated area. An ice pack will be applied to the treatment area in the office following the injections to reduce swelling. Additionally, Dr. Green recommends discontinuing the usage of Advil, Aspirin, fish oil, vitamin E, or other blood thinners (unless medically necessary) two weeks in advance of your cosmetic injections to minimize the risk of swelling or bruising.
The best way to ensure that your non-surgical brow lift treatment is safe is to have the treatment done by an experienced and knowledgeable provider in a medical setting. While treatments at medical spas may be more cost-friendly, it is imperative to have your treatment done by a board-certified dermatologist such as Dr. Green to avoid any unwanted side effects or unnecessary complications. Dr. Green is an expert injector with over two and a half decades of experience in non-invasive procedures such as Botox, dermal fillers, and laser treatments for facial rejuvenation. When you consult with Dr. Green in her private NYC dermatology office, she will determine a customized treatment plan to provide you with a non-surgical brow lift safely and effectively.
Who is a good candidate for a non-surgical brow lift?
A good candidate for a non-surgical brow lift is a person of any age who is experiencing fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, forehead, and brow area. Candidates should be in good overall health with clear and realistic expectations for the cosmetic results that they can achieve. A non-surgical brow lift is a fantastic option for treating concerns that aren’t severe enough to require plastic surgery, as well as for patients who are concerned with the recovery time or side effects associated with more intensive plastic surgery. If there is an excessive amount of “hooding,” or excess skin, on the upper eyelid, then a surgical brow lift may be the best option. Those experiencing ptosis or abnormal drooping of the upper eyelid may additionally benefit from a surgical brow lift to reduce the amount of excess skin from the eyebrows.
When you consult with internationally renowned, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Michele Green at her private dermatology office, she will review your medical history and physically assess the upper face and brow area to determine which combination of treatment options best suits your skin condition and specific concerns. If plastic surgery is recommended due to severe skin laxity, Dr. Green will refer you to a trusted board-certified plastic surgeon for a consultation regarding brow lift surgery.
How much is a non-surgical brow lift?
The cost of a non-surgical brow lift will depend on the individual needs and aesthetic goal of each patient, as well as the neuromodulator and type and amount of dermal filler used. When you schedule your initial consultation appointment with Dr. Green, she will assess the upper face and brow area, and the two of you will discuss your aesthetic goals. Following your consultation and the development of your customized treatment plan, her office will be able to provide you with an estimate of the total cost of your individualized non-surgical eyebrow lift treatment.
Does an eyebrow lift help hooded eyes?
Yes! Hooded eyes or “hooding” occurs when excess skin on the upper eyelid becomes lax and starts to sag, giving a shadowy or weary look to the eyes. This sagging skin becomes more pronounced with age as the body’s production of collagen and elastin decreases, leading to higher skin laxity. Luckily, a non-surgical brow lift can help improve the appearance of hooded eyes. For this particular issue, Thermage is the non-invasive cosmetic procedure that’s best suited. Thermage is a non-invasive laser treatment that relies on radiofrequency energy to deliver heat to the dermis, where it stimulates the body’s natural production of collagen. As new collagen is produced in the weeks following the treatment, the result is a tightening of the skin in the treated area. When applied to the eyelid and brow line, Thermage tightens the skin to reduce the sagging skin that creates the hooding effect. However, if the “hooding” is too extensive or the sagging skin is too severe, Dr. Green may recommend consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon for a blepharoplasty, commonly known as eyelid surgery, to remove the excess skin.
How do you lift saggy eyebrows?
The depletion of collagen levels in the skin is a natural part of the aging process. Collagen is a naturally occurring protein in the skin that provides it with a firm underlying foundation and enhanced structural support. As a result of collagen depletion, the skin becomes more lax, which can result in the appearance of saggy eyebrows. Plastic surgery may not be a feasible option for everyone interested in reducing the appearance of aging and sagging brows. Botox can have a subtle effect in lifting your upper eyelids by strategically injecting it into the upper face to elevate sagging skin in the brow area. Botox is used to lift the outer tail of the eyebrow, which reveals a small amount of upper eyelid skin. By injecting Botox in small aliquots into the lower forehead and outer tail of the eyebrows, the brow area and upper eyelids raise.
Thermage FLX is another excellent non-invasive cosmetic procedure for achieving a “lifting” effect in the brow area. Thermage stimulates new collagen production in the treatment area by delivering heat to the dermis through radiofrequency energy. There is zero downtime involved with Thermage, meaning patients can resume their normal daily activities immediately upon completion of the procedure and schedule their treatment sessions with ease. The rejuvenation results of Thermage last up to two years, and most patients engage in an annual maintenance treatment session to keep up the best cosmetic results. Dermal fillers can also be strategically used by an expert injector, like board-certified dermatologist Dr. Michele Green in NYC, to replenish age-related volume loss to the temples, providing a lifting effect to the brows and rejuvenating the appearance of the upper face and brow area. When you have your initial consultation with Dr. Green at her private dermatology office in Manhattan’s Upper East Side neighborhood, you will discuss your primary concerns and aesthetic goals, she will physically evaluate the brow area, and together you will create a customized non-surgical brow lift treatment plan that best suits your needs.
How do you shape brows naturally?
If you seek a non-surgical treatment to decrease the appearance of hooded eyes and excess skin on the brows that provides long-lasting, natural-looking results, one of the most highly recommended cosmetic procedures is Thermage laser treatment. Thermage employs radiofrequency technology to stimulate the body’s natural production of collagen, which ultimately tightens the skin without plastic surgery. Collagen is a naturally occurring protein in the skin that contributes to elasticity, firmness, and an overall youthful appearance. When you have your initial consultation with Dr. Green, the two of you will discuss your unique aesthetic needs and cosmetic goals in order to establish a non-surgical brow lift treatment plan that works best for you.
How do you reduce your brow naturally?
The best way to develop a treatment plan for rejuvenating the appearance of the upper face and brow area is to consult with an experienced and knowledgeable expert in the field of cosmetic dermatology, such as board-certified dermatologist Dr. Michele Green. Dr. Green will work with you to create a customized treatment plan for your non-surgical brow lift that is best suited to your unique needs and overall aesthetic goals. During your consult with Dr. Green, she will physically assess the brow area and recommend non-surgical brow lift procedures that will provide you with natural-looking, long-lasting rejuvenation results.
Do non-surgical facelifts really work?
Yes! Not only is a non-surgical facelift, or liquid facelift, an effective treatment for facial rejuvenation, but the accessibility of non-surgical procedures means that more patients can achieve and maintain a more youthful appearance with long-lasting, natural-looking results. To guarantee safety and efficacy, avoid any potential unwanted side effects, and guarantee that you achieve ideal cosmetic results, non-surgical cosmetic procedures should always be performed by an experienced and knowledgeable medical expert, such as board-certified dermatologist Dr. Michele Green. Dr. Green is an internationally renowned expert in the field of cosmetic dermatology with over two and a half decades of experience providing some of the world’s most discerning individuals with the best non-invasive cosmetic procedures, including non-surgical brow lifts and facelifts. When you consult with Dr. Green at her private dermatology office, she will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan for pan-facial rejuvenation that is best suited to addressing your specific skin concerns and achieving optimal cosmetic results.
What is the best brow lift without plastic surgery?
An experienced board-certified dermatologist, like Dr. Michele Green in NYC, customizes the best non-surgical brow lifts. It is important to consult an expert, as the cosmetic procedures recommended for your treatment plan will depend on your facial anatomy, skin condition, and specific cosmetic concerns. Various cosmetic procedures can be employed for a non-surgical brow lift, including Botox injections, dermal fillers, and radiofrequency laser treatments such as Thermage. Botox injections can relax the muscles of the upper face, pulling the eyebrows down and allowing for other muscle groups to act uninhibited and elevate the brow area. Dermal fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane can be injected into targeted areas to decrease the appearance of hollowing, plump the skin, and smooth out fine lines, wrinkles, and creases. Thermage is a non-invasive laser treatment that uses radiofrequency energy to stimulate collagen synthesis and tighten the skin, reducing the appearance of loose or excess skin. During your consultation in Dr. Green’s private Upper East Side office, she will assess your facial anatomy and cosmetic concerns to determine the best treatment plan for your non-surgical brow lift.
Is a Botox brow lift better than a surgical brow lift?
The Botox brow lift is a non-surgical procedure that entails injections of botulinum toxin to relax targeted muscles of the upper face and lift the brow area. A surgical brow lift is an invasive surgery in which a plastic surgeon makes small incisions on the face to reposition the skin or underlying tissues to elevate the eyebrow. There are a few key differences between the Botox brow lift and the surgical brow lift. The main difference is that the Botox brow lift is non-surgical and non-invasive, while a surgical brow lift is an invasive procedure. While the Botox brow lift requires no downtime with minimal side effects, a surgical brow lift can result in long recovery times with significant risks of adverse side effects.
The Botox brow lift produces rejuvenation results that last for three to four months, and consistent maintenance appointments will need to be made to uphold your desired cosmetic results. The results from a surgical brow lift are long-lasting and can hold for five to seven years. While a Botox brow lift can effectively raise the brow area, it cannot affect the excess skin around the eye area, and a blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, may be advised in patients with a severe amount of excess skin in their upper eyelids.
While the surgical brow lift was once a highly sought-after cosmetic procedure for transforming the brow area, many patients are turning to the Botox brow lift and other non-surgical cosmetic procedures due to the invasive nature of the cosmetic surgery. Additionally, surgical brow lifts can often leave patients with an unnatural “surprised” appearance and surgical scars. Non-surgical brow lifts such as the Botox brow lift offer patients a safe and effective way to lift their brows and create a more youthful appearance. As the treatment is non-invasive and does not require downtime, the Botox brow lift can often be easily complemented by other non-invasive cosmetic procedures, such as dermal fillers and Thermage, to provide pan-facial rejuvenation.
What is the least invasive brow lift?
The least invasive brow lift is the non-surgical brow lift, which employs a variety of different non-invasive cosmetic procedures to lift the brow and rejuvenate the face. Unlike surgical brow lifts, the non-surgical brow lift leaves no surgical scars. It requires no downtime with little to no side effects, allowing patients to resume their daily activities immediately following treatment. The non-surgical brow lift typically entails procedures such as neuromodulator injections, dermal fillers, and skin tightening treatments. When you consult with Dr. Green in her private NYC medical office, she will assess your skin concerns and aesthetic goals to customize a non-invasive treatment plan to lift the eyebrows and achieve a more youthful-looking appearance.
How long does a non-surgical brow lift last?
The various cosmetic procedures incorporated in the non-surgical brow lift treatment plan produce results with different durations. Botox injections provide rejuvenation results that lasts three to four months. Most patients choose to have regular maintenance treatment sessions of Botox injections in order to keep up the best effects. Dermal filler injections provide rejuvenation effects that typically last between six months to two years, depending on the type of dermal filler used for treatment and the patient’s metabolism. Skin tightening treatment with Thermage provides patients with enhanced new collagen production and firmer, smoother skin for up to two years in length. Most individuals treated with Thermage engage in a maintenance treatment session every year or year and a half, as the rejuvenation results associated with this collagen-stimulating treatment take time to build following the procedure itself. When you consult with Dr. Michele Green at her private dermatology office in the Upper East Side neighborhood of Manhattan, she will work with you to create a customized treatment plan for your non-surgical brow lift and a timeline for your treatments that provide you with natural-looking, long-lasting rejuvenation of the upper face and brow area.
How do I get started with a non-surgical brow lift today?
The visible signs of aging in the upper face and brow area can have a negative impact on one’s overall sense of self-confidence. Skin laxity, fine lines and wrinkles, and heavy upper eyelids can cause the appearance of a sagging brow area and make us look much older than we really feel. Plastic surgery is not always an option, and for those individuals who are looking to restore a youthful look and rejuvenate their appearance, the non-surgical brow lift may be just the solution. To get optimal cosmetic results and avoid any unwanted side effects, it’s recommended to have your non-surgical brow lift procedures, like Botox, Thermage, and dermal fillers, with an expert, board-certified dermatologist like Dr. Michele Green in New York.
Dr. Michele Green in New York City is an internationally renowned board-certified cosmetic dermatologist with over 25 years of experience providing some of the most discerning men and women from around the world with the best non-invasive treatment options available, including the non-surgical brow lift. Dr. Green is consistently identified as one of the best dermatologists in New York City by Castle Connolly, New York Magazine, and Super Doctors, and will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan for your non-surgical brow lift that is best suited to your unique needs and overall aesthetic goals. Dr. Green is an expert in non-invasive rejuvenation treatments, including injectables such as Botox and Juvederm, Thermage for skin tightening, skin resurfacing laser treatments, and chemical peels, among other cutting-edge procedures. When you consult with Dr. Green, she will physically assess the brow area and recommend non-surgical brow lift procedures that will provide you with natural-looking, long-lasting cosmetic results. Please contact us online today or call 212-535-3088 in order to schedule a consultation with Dr. Green, learn more about the non-surgical brow lift, and develop your personalized plan for pan-facial rejuvenation.