Non-surgical eyebrow lifting – eyebrow threading and without surgery

With age, the eyebrows also fall on the face, which frames the overall expression of the face. If the eyebrows droop, the face looks tired, older, flabby, and sometimes frowning. Sometimes drooping eyebrows extend too far into the eye space as if falling on them with a weight and shadowing the look into the eyes. Eyebrow lifting procedures can be performed using new technologies that leave no traces, do not cause loss of sensitivity, and are performed non-surgically.

The non-surgical procedure of removing drooping eyebrows eliminates surgical operations’ possible risks and complications. It is applied using the “thread” clamping technique without an incision. A non-surgical brow lift, also called a thread brow lift, is also used along with Botox, Spider Web, and Ultherapy procedures to achieve the best results.

The most common problem with the eyebrow lift technique is that the eyebrows fall back after a while. This problem, one of the most frequent patient questions, results from the fact that the eyebrow  is a moving organ, so the attachments are stressed. 

Advantages of eyebrow lifting without surgery

  • No cut marks
  • No bandages and taping
  • The possibility to immediately join social life
  • It is performed in a short time of 10-15 minutes
  • No loss of sensitivity is noted in the skin structure
  • Fine lines disappear
  • The skin gains vitality and freshness

Operative procedure: Eyebrow lifting (see also in the section Plastic surgery)

A brow lift, or a forehead lift, is an aesthetic surgical procedure designed to revitalize the face above one-third or in the area above the eyebrows. A brow lift can lift and shape the brow to improve the shape or weight of the brow or lengthen the brow.

Whom is a suitable candidate for an eyebrow lift?

Droopy eyebrow removal can be applied to healthy men and women who are uncomfortable with how this aspect changes their face over time and how it contributes to unwanted eye strain. Patients interested in removing droopy brows have a tired, sad, or older appearance due to unwanted upper eyelid weight.

Many brow lift patients also need information about upper eyelid surgery, known as blepharoplasty, because they suffer from an aesthetic problem in the upper eyelid area. The combination of eyebrow lifting and aesthetics of the upper eyelids of patients in this direction is a highly suitable option. Some patients have excessive skin on the upper eyelids and heavy eyebrows, contributing to peripheral vision deterioration.

What type of anesthesia is used for a brow lift?

Patients may prefer deep sedation or general anesthesia. Local anesthesia may also be administered if approved by the physician.