How Does a Brow Lift Work?
Sagging skin over the eyes and heavy wrinkles on the forehead can make people look tired and stressed. Dr. Stein corrects these issues with a brow lift. However, instead of older types of brow lifts that could leave noticeable scars, Dr. Stein uses endoscopic brow lift.
Hiding the small incisions inside the hairline, the endoscopic technique uses a camera to visualize the skin and muscle. Small sutures will hold the muscle in its new, lifted position while it heals. This also lifts and firms the skin, smoothing out wrinkles and raising drooping skin away from the eyes.
How Does a Blepharoplasty Work?
Often known as eyelid lift, blepharoplasty addresses fat and drooping skin on the upper eyelid, lower eyelid, or both. Dr. Stein performs this procedure with minimal scarring and recovery time by using tiny incisions hidden in the creases of the eyelids.
On the upper eyelid, Dr. Stein removes excess skin and fat, lifting the area to reveal eyes that look brighter, more awake, and more alert. Fat pads that cause bags and drooping are removed on the lower eyelid, and the skin is lifted to remove the tired, sagging, under-eye appearance.