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Is a Brow Lift Effective for Dark Eyebrows

Dr. Vi Sharma has worked in the field of cosmetic surgery

He has a Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University; and former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice.

Your age should never come in the way of you enjoying your life. In these times, makeup and self-care has become one of the very important aspects of modern life. People are taking care of themselves, mentally as well as physically. 

Feeling like your eyebrows have suddenly become droopy? Trying to get the shape just right but it is just not coming out like before? This can hinder your whole outlook. This is also extremely common. It comes with the natural ageing of your face. Your upper eyelids and the skin on your brow bones stretch and the muscles supporting them lose their elasticity. This phenomenon can cause saggy eyebrows and make you look older and tired.

Besides the aesthetic improvement in the appearance of your face, a brow lift surgery Can also provide you with some medical benefits. With age, as muscles lose their elasticity, Gravity causes an extra fold of skin to hang over your upper eyelids,  which can get in the way of your vision. A brow lift surgery Can get rid of that extra fold of skin thereby, significantly improving your vision.

With the advancement of medical technologies and cosmetic procedures, traditional methods of invasive eyelid surgeries are being replaced by more modern methods and treatments. You may want to consider the benefits of opting for this much more advanced process instead of facing the risks of a surgery. Minimally invasive procedures like thread brow lifts are also a good option. Apart from these, Expert Non-surgical options using Dermal Fillers are also available at Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors, in Melbourne. 

When are you fit to get a Brow lift, you may ask. Also, do you have to meet a specific criteria? Do Brow lifts work the same for all kinds of eyebrows? Let’s find out. Our experts here at Skin Club Cosmetic Doctors can solve these dilemmas.

Brow lifts and eye lifts can work similarly to a lot of extent. The main difference between these two procedures is however, the area they cover. An eye lift or a blepharoplasty will brighten your upper eyes and your under eyes. Wrinkles below your eye area may also show signs of improvement from an eye lift. 

On the other hand, a brow lift covers a much wider spectrum. If you are opting for the surgical procedure, a brow lift will also change your hairline, as well as stress lines on the forehead. If you are opting for a non-invasive procedure like dermal filler injections, it will not affect your hairline, but the fillers will still improve signs of ageing like lines and wrinkles on your whole forehead as well as upper eye area. 

A brow lift is not affected by your skin colour or the thickness of your brow hairs. A brow lift will work regardless of all these factors. The effectiveness of your treatment relies completely upon your lifestyle choices like any prior diseases or infections, or if you are an avid smoker. If you are getting Filler injections, the effect of the injections will depend on how fast your body metabolises the fillers. 

Contact us at Skin Club Cosmetics Doctors, in Melbourne for the best solution catered uniquely for you.

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About Dr Vi

Dr Vi Sharma is a renowned and highly trained cosmetic surgeon in Melbourne, practising cosmetic surgery since 2012. He has a worldwide loyal patient base. He has a bachelor of medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery from Monash University. Dr Vi Sharma is a former member of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practice. Along with treating patients, he also provides training for doctors and nurses regarding aesthetic and cosmetic treatment modalities.

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