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Bitemporal Lift

When your eyebrows begin to droop you start to look sad, tired, or unhappy. The temporal brow lift elevates the outer half of the brows and improves the crow’s feet.  By focusing on “opening up” your eyes in a natural way you look more approachable without looking “overdone”. The lift is done through a very small (1/4”) incision that is hidden in the hair.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bitemporal Lift

A bitemporal lift is a minimally invasive brow lift that focuses on the outer half of the brows.  The procedure also improves “crow’s feet” wrinkles. 

Providing a slight, natural-looking elevation to the outer half of the brow can make a person look happier, more rested, and younger.  A bitemporal lift is also minimally invasive and utilizes a very small incision hidden in the hair that will typically be unnoticeable after it has healed.  

Stitches are removed a week after the procedure.  Most clients are fine working from home a day after the procedure, but we recommend avoiding strenuous activity for a week and then gradually resuming full activity over 2-3 weeks.

A bitemporal lift can be performed with a local anesthetic and light oral sedation. Pain is usually minimal and is easily controlled with Tylenol or Ibuprofen.

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