If I have a facelift, do I need to have my eyes and brow surgery as well?

Answer:

In the analysis of all new patients, I always examine the entire face and discuss treatment options as indicated. The surgery is individualized for each patient and is not necessary in everyone. If the patient could benefit from eye surgery and/or brow surgery, it can be staged at a later time or not done at all. This really depends on the individual patient’s desires. Of course, if only the facelift is performed than a youthful lower 2/3 of the face will be out of “sync” with a tired looking upper 1/3 of the face. Nevertheless, the choices are always up to the patient. Back to Questions

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