Minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures are revolutionizing the way patients receive plastic and cosmetic surgery. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports that over 13.4 million cosmetic minimally-invasive procedures were performed during 2013, with trends continuing to rise for most procedures.
One specific nonsurgical, noninvasive cosmetic procedure that stands out among the rest is Botox®. Botox® is the leading minimally-invasive cosmetic surgery, and it is beginning to be used as an alternative to surgical browlifts. Botox® and other forms of chemical injections are commonly being used nowadays for nonsurgical brow-lifts.
Chemical brow-lifts present an alternative way for patients to alter the structure, appearance, and prominence of tired or heavy eyebrows, without going under the knife. ZendyHealth discusses how chemical browlifts work, and when to consider a chemical browlift.
The basic idea behind chemical brow-lifts is to alter the shape and appearance of the eyebrows, but without using surgical incisions. The goal is to lift the tail of brow – which is the most common area of the brow that has descended. Surgical browlifts involve incisions and cutting to lift, alter, and redefine the eyebrows. With a chemical brow-lift, FDA-approved and standardized chemical injections of Botox® or Dysport are used to improve the appearance of patients’ eyebrows.
Trained and licensed practitioners perform chemical brow-lifts by injecting these approved and effective chemicals into the areas surrounding the eyebrows. The effect is a lifted eyebrow that matches the rest of the face.
For optimal results, approximately 15-25 units into the Glabellar Area are needed with chemical browlifts. There is minimal to no discomfort during the procedure, and patients do not require anesthesia. Results typically last for 3-6 months, depending on each individual patient, and chemical browlifts are often used in conjunction with other cosmetic procedures.
Patients should consider a chemical browlift if they are unhappy with the shape, appearance, structure of their eyebrows. As opposed to surgical browlifts, chemical browlifts offer a number of benefits:
If your eyebrows appear furrowed, too low on your forehead, or make you appear tired or angry, a chemical brow-lift could help.
To ensure a safe and effective chemical or surgical brow-lift, always choose a licensed, certified, practitioner. Never receive a chemical brow-lift without first consulting a qualified surgeon. To learn more about ZendyHealth’s Board Certified Providers that offer a variety of nonsurgical procedures, consult our website.
With ZendyHealth’s service, our customers receive only FDA-approved products and cosmetic procedures done by Board Certified Providers. We match our customers with a provider in their area, at a price you can feel good about.