Preloader Close

Eyebrow Thread Lift

During youth, the eyebrows are positioned upwards, starting from the upper part of the eye socket. Thus, it prevents the droopy eyelid image with an optical illusion. The outer part of the eyebrow is higher than the inner part as its tail is slightly curved upwards.

With aging, the skin loses its elasticity, and due to factors such as gravity and repetitive periorbital muscle contractions, it inevitably causes eyebrows to sag. Over time, a flat, drooping appearance occurs. In addition, the loss of volume in the upper eyelid also causes a loss of support for the eyebrows, and it can make the eyebrows look lower than they are.

Brow lift helps reposition the forehead and eyebrows for a natural and youthful appearance and can correct eyebrow asymmetry. If the patient is against surgery, a combined non-surgical approach may also yield very good results. Nowadays, there are multiple options to lift eyebrows such as dermal fillers, Botox and thread. It can also be used all in one.

What is Eyebrow Thread Lift?

Eyebrow Thread Lift, which is a minimal and non-surgical procedure, is performed under local anesthesia. It takes about 30 minutes, involves minimal discomfort, and recovery time is usually five to 14 days. Its effect lasts up to 12 months on average.

To Whom Applicable/Not Applicable?

As with all aesthetic procedures, it is very important to evaluate the suitability of the patient for the Eyebrow Thread Lift procedure. It is imperative to know the patient's medical, cosmetic and aesthetic history. Patients with an inflamed skin/tissue, a history of keloid scarring, autoimmune diseases, hemophilia, pregnancy, a bacterial infection are not suitable candidates for this procedure.

Before making the transaction; It is important to evaluate skin quality, asymmetry of the eyebrows, tissue laxity and muscle activity. It is important for the patient to sit upright so that they can see in front of the mirror and decide what kind of change will happen after the procedure, in terms of shaping the patient's expectations.