minimally invasive lifting of the eyebrows
The lateral half of the eyebrows sags down more than the medial half over the years in most people.
The eyebrow suture lift can be performed under local anaesthesia. It requires a two cm. incision in the hair-bearing skin of the temples and two stab incisions of only two millimetres in the brows. Non-resorbable sutures are guided from the temples to the eyebrows and back. The sutures are firmly attached to connective tissue in the temples.
A lift of a few millimetres is enough to open the eyes without making them look unnatural.
This operation is usually combined with an upper eyelid correction (blepharoplasty).