Brow Lift Surgery - Boston South Shore

Brow Lift

Droopy lateral eyebrows can give you a sad or aged appearance and can be treated with a browlift (frequently done in conjunction with an eyelid lift). A brow lift procedure, also called a forehead lift, will raise your eyebrows and drooping upper eyelids, while smoothing your forehead and frown lines for a refreshed look.

The surgery is done under anesthesia and takes about 1.5 hours. The only incisions made for this procedure are in your hair-bearing scalp. Recovery is about 2 weeks.

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Dear Valued Patients,

During these unprecedented times, your health is our first priority. We know, you may have questions and we want you to know that we are taking the following actions to ensure your safety:

  1. Our facility is closed through May 4, 2020 to help do our part to mitigate the potential spread of COVID-19.
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  3. We are now offering telehealth (video) consultations and post procedure evaluations upon request. Please call us or contact us through our website to request a video consultation.

We encourage everyone to be cautious and calm. We will continue to be here for you every step of the way. We remain focused on the safety of our patients, our team, and our community and will continue to keep you updated through emails and social media.

— Dr. Christine A. Hamori and Staff

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