Dr. J Salomon

Amazing Brow Lifts in Miami, Florida

Many patients are turning to Dr. Jhonny Salomon to turn back the hands of time with a brow lift. Even if you take care of your face with the best creams and moisturizers, you will eventually confront sagging skin and wrinkles in the forehead and eyebrow region.   

With a brow lift, you can eliminate the horizontal lines that develop across the forehead, improves frown lines and the sagging brows that are hooding the upper eye lids that can make you look years older than you are. Read more about this procedure below if you have been thinking about a brow lift or other anti-aging solutions. 

What Is A Brow Lift?

A brow lift, also called a forehead lift or an eye brow lift, can reverse the effects of age and gravity by tightening the skin, muscles, and other tissues in the forehead, upper lids, and eyebrows. 

There are several ways Dr. Jhonny. Salomon can do a brow lift, depending on your anatomy and degree of sagging. A typical brow at rest features a gradual lateral arch and is above the orbital rim. The brow ‘tail’, also called the lateral end, will be above the medial end. 

As you get older, the brow may become more horizontal or flat. If the brow sags enough, it can affect the expressions on your face. But a brow lift is a proven surgical procedure that refreshes and renews the upper portion of the face. Each year, thousands of Americans have brow lifts and are delighted with their more youthful facial contours, and Dr. Jhonny. Salomon in Miami can do it for you, too.

When Should You Have A Brow Lift?

You may want to consider a brow lift if any of these statements apply: 

  • Sagging eyebrows make you look angry, grumpy, or sad all the time
  • There are deep horizontal creases on your forehead
  • There are furrows or frown lines between the brows or across the top of the nose
  • Fatty tissue or extra skin is hanging over the eyes

How Is A Brow Lift Done?

Brow lift surgery used to be an entirely open procedure, but now there are more advanced techniques with shorter incisions. Sometimes, only an endoscope is needed, which is much less invasive. 

Endoscopic Brow Lift

The surgeon inserts a long, thin tube with a light and camera called an endoscope through several small incisions in the forehead. This lets him see and work on several internal parts of your forehead. 

The advantage of an endoscopic brow lift is tiny incisions, but the procedure only offers a mild lift. So, it may not be appropriate for patients with a lot of sagging skin. 

Limited Incision Brow Lift

This is a hybrid procedure that also offers small incisions. It uses some parts of the classic method to raise the outer part of the brows, and no endoscope is used. The limited incision method leaves scars in the hairline and can even be used in balding men. 

This procedure won’t raise the middle part of your brow, but it can eliminate ‘crow’s feet’ wrinkles in the corners of the eyes. This is a common part of the aging process, but once those wrinkles in the corners of the eyes are gone, you’ll be thrilled. 

The forehead lift procedure is often done with an upper eyelid lift. So, the upper lid incisions may be used to complete a forehead lift. 

The brow lift procedure that Dr. Jhonny. Salomon uses is based on your aesthetic goals, facial features, and degree of skin sagging in the brow. 

Which Brow Lift Is Best For Me?

Drooping eyebrows, sagging upper eyelids, and extra eyelid skin often happen in the same patient. Achieving the best aesthetic result means all three issues are addressed during the procedure. 

Dr. Jhonny Salomon in Miami will assess the degree of the problem during your consultation. Then, he will recommend a procedure that offers the least amount of scarring and the best aesthetic result. 

Regarding which procedure may be best for your situation: 

  • The endoscopic lift could be appropriate if you have horizontal brow wrinkles and a mild/moderate drooping brow. 
  • The classic forehead lift could be ideal if you have deep wrinkles and significant brow drooping. 

Recovering From A Brow Lift

Dr. Salomon will remove your staples or sutures about one week after the brow lift. During the first week, he recommends taking it easy. After that, you should be able to resume your normal activities.  But don’t engage in any lifting or vigorous activities. 

Most patients can return to work within a week and do vigorous activities in three or four weeks. But there should be no straining or heavy lifting during the first month after your brow lift. 

You may notice reduced sensation in the scalp for a few weeks. Don’t worry, the feeling will return after a month or so. 

It may take up to six months to see the full results from your brow lift, but the wait is worth it!

Call Today For More Information

An amazing brow lift from Dr. Jhonny Salomon in Miami, Florida, is just what you need to make your brow and eyes look years younger! Can you imagine how much younger you will look without sagging skin and forehead wrinkles? 


Contact Dr. Jhonny Salomon today at 305-270-1361 to help restore your self-confidence and look years younger with a brow lift! 




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