Risks of forehead lift
- The scar may be visible after a forehead lift.
- Change in skin sensation
- Eyebrow lift can cause temporary or permanent numbness on the forehead or head.
Asymmetry in the position and position of the eyebrows
Eyebrow lifts can lead to asymmetry in one or both eyebrows, however, asymmetry may exist even during the healing process, and through additional surgery, can lead to recurring problems or incorrect positioning of facial components.
Eyebrow lift can cause hairline to rise or hair loss at the incision site, and if the hair loss itself does not resolve, it can be treated by removing the scar or hair transplant. Like any other major surgery, eyebrow lifts have a risk of bleeding, infection, and a negative reaction to anesthesia.
Care after forehead lift
If the incisions are made in the eyebrow lift in the hair area. In any case, these stitches are removed within two weeks, and the patient must see a doctor at this time to examine the wounds.
One can take a bath 24 to 48 hours after surgery, but wounds should not be manipulated.
Doing light exercises and exercises that do not put too much pressure on the facial muscles, such as walking, is not an obstacle, but doing heavy exercises from 2 weeks to a month should be avoided.
People who plan to inject gel or Botox into this area should wait until the bruising and swelling have subsided. It usually takes one to two weeks for the swelling to subside.