Is Your Forehead Making You Look Angry?

Published on: October 27, 2015

One of the most common problems when it comes to facial aging is the lines on the forehead. From the diagonal frown lines to the “11” mark between the eyebrows, these lines can make you look angry, tired or upset even when you are awake and happy as a clam. Luckily, you don’t have to live with these angry lines that detract from your happy face. Here are two cosmetic procedures that can help you get back your smooth, younger-looking forehead.

Brow or Forehead Lift

If your forehead and brow has deep lines from many years of surprises, a surgical forehead or brow lift may be the best solution. There are many variations on this procedure, depending on the exact line formations and other issues. Some of these include a lateral brow lift, an endoscopic brow lift, a midbrow lift and a direct brow lift. The results can smooth out deep forehead lines and wrinkles, plus help the eyes look younger and more energetic.

Chemical or Liquid Brow Lift

For many, the liquid or chemical brow lift is a great way to get the results they want without surgery. Injectables like Botox can be extremely effective in removing the appearance of forehead lines and wrinkles. The chemical relaxes the muscles that cause the furrows in the brow, smoothing the forehead and getting rid of those angry lines. The effects will wear off after a few months, but the procedure can be done in just a few minutes with no downtime.

If you are interested in removing those forehead lines that are detracting from your youthful, happy appearance, talk to your local plastic surgeon. He can offer options to remove the appearance of those lines and get you back your smooth, energetic face without forehead lines and wrinkles.

Posted on behalf of:
Hunter Moyer, MD
1400 Northside Forsyth Dr.  #390
Cumming, GA 30041
(404)  250-3393

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