Forehead Lift in Tijuana

The Ultimate Guide to Forehead Lift in Tijuana

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Am I suitable or a forehead lift?

As we age and our skin becomes slacker, the forces of gravity eventually pull everything down. Forehead lines and wrinkles appear and the brows lose their arch. This makes you look older, tired and sometimes even angry. In the worst cases, your vision can actually be affected if the loose skin falls too far over your eyes.

If any of these problems affect you, and you are in good health generally, a forehead lift may be suitable.

Why should I have a forehead lift in Tijuana?

North Americans and Canadians can take advantage of low-cost flights – or even driving over the border - to get rid of sagging brows and refresh their appearance. It is convenient and accessible to get to Tijuana.

Saving money is the main reason people look toward Mexico for cosmetic surgery – and there’s no doubt you can save a couple of thousand dollars. But saving money isn’t the only consideration.

Doing a little homework before you book will go a long way to ensuring your surgery goes according to plan. Standards can and do vary so you should always research your procedure and prospective surgeons and clinics.Check out qualifications and registrations - you will find a lot of Mexican doctors also registered with US Boards.

If you book with Medical Departures you are sure of being seen by clinics and surgeons have verifiable credentials. Our background checks take in legal and criminal records, doctor qualifications, licenses and professional memberships and we visit clinics and hospitals personally. We list information on our website with high definition clinic photos and virtual video tours, giving you a complete picture so you can make an informed decision on your choice.

What happens in a forehead lift procedure and how long does it take?

There are several techniques in use for forehead lifts which will be decided upon with your surgeon before you go for surgery.

The Open Brow lift uses a continuous incision in the hairline whereby the fat and loose skin is removed through the incision, the remaining skin pulled tight and stitched. The scar is hidden in the hairline.

The Endoscopic Lift uses a long, thin tube which has a light and camera attached. Small incisions are made in the scalp which allow the endoscope to be inserted under the skin without opening a large wound. The surgeon can see what he’s doing by means of a TV monitor.

The Limited Incision lift uses a combination of both, and is particularly good for crow’s feet which where the incision can be hidden in the hairline.
Surgery usually takes between 1 and 3 hours.

What is the recovery time after a forehead lift?

After the procedure you may feel numb and tight. You will be given painkillers for the discomfort. After a few days you should start to feel better. You can wash your hair the day after your procedure, providing you don’t get the wounds wet. Use the cool setting on the hairdryer if you are drying your hair.

You can return to work once the stitches have been removed – after a week, but you will need to take it easy and avoid vigorous exercise and heavy lifting for around a month.

What is the cost of a forehead lift in Tijuana compared to the United States and Canada?

In Tijuana, forehead lifts are, on average, around $2,000, compared to $5,000 in the United States.

What now?

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This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice or instructions for medical diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your doctor or a qualified medical professional before starting or changing medical treatment.