Smooth and Lift Your Brow with Eyebrow Ptosis Repair

Eyebrow ptosis is the medical term for a relatively simple condition that impacts many of our appearances: drooping forehead or eyebrows. Whether resulting from your simple genetic makeup or caused by the gradual onset of the facial aging process, eyebrow ptosis can cause both cosmetic and functional frustrations. Not only can eyebrow ptosis cause you to look older than you are and sometimes result in a resting cranky appearance, but it can also begin to impact your field of vision if left untreated. The facial surgery experts at Elite Plastic Surgery have earned a reputation for creating naturalistic results and have done so by working with patients from Phoenix, Chandler, and all around the world. If you’d like to learn more about how eyebrow ptosis repair at Elite can help you, our team is standing by and will be ready to help you set up your initial consultation. Simply reach out to our Phoenix or Chandler offices and schedule your appointment today.

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The Ideal Brow Lift Candidate

Visiting Elite Plastic Surgery for your initial consultation will give you an opportunity to meet with an expert member of our surgical staff, who will examine your physical characteristics, learn about your concerns, and help you decide whether or not eyebrow ptosis repair will be the ideal treatment option for you.

You’ll likely benefit from eyebrow ptosis repair surgery if you’re interested in addressing one or more of the following concerns:

  • Hooded eyelids
  • Vision impairment
  • A tired appearance
  • A somewhat cranky look
  • Sagging eyebrows
  • Drooping forehead

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Your Surgical Experience


Before your surgery, an informative consultation will help you learn everything you might need to know about the details of your upcoming procedure. At Elite Plastic Surgery, we make sure to tailor every treatment to the individual and their personal goals, so your surgeon will describe the technique he’ll be using in detail and will take care to ensure that you have a clear understanding of how he’ll be creating your final results.


Eyebrow Ptosis repair typically takes between one and two hours to complete. During the surgery, your surgeon will create incisions that enable him to lift and tighten the muscles and tissues that have begun to sag or droop. Great care will be taken to place the incision as close as possible to your eyebrow’s natural hairline so that any post-surgical scarring will be inconspicuous and difficult to notice after the healing process.


You’ll be able to return home as soon as your procedure is over, though you’ll need someone to drive you as the anesthesia gradually wears off. Bruising and swelling are normal, and we’ll provide you with clear aftercare instructions and any medications that might be needed to ensure that you’re recovering as comfortably as possible. Most patients are able to return to their normal activities within one to two weeks.

Discover the Elite Difference

Eyebrow ptosis repair is an ideal surgical solution for anyone looking for a lasting way to address eyebrows that sag or droop. By offering you both cosmetic and functional benefits, this procedure can significantly improve your quality of life, and when you visit Elite Plastic Surgery, you can count on naturalistic results that soar above and beyond your expectations. Our Surgical Team is made up of three brothers, each one offering board certification and an extensive level of training, and as earned a reputation for excellence by consistently creating exciting, restorative surgical outcomes. When you’re ready to learn more about how Elite Plastic Surgery can help you, simply reach out to us at our Phoenix or Chandler locations and set up your consultation with a helpful team member today.

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