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Eyebrow Lift in Manila

The Ultimate Guide to Eyebrow Lift in Manila

You don’t feel nearly as grumpy or stressed as your reflection looks, and you figure it is time to have your outsides match your insides. Getting an eyebrow lift in Manila combines the all important high standards of care with incredibly affordable costs. An eyebrow lift (forehead lift or brow lift) smooths out horizontal lines on your forehead and between your eyebrows at the top of the nose.

Am I a good candidate for Eyebrow Lift?

You may be if:
You have horizontal forehead lines
You have furrows between your eyebrows
Your eyebrows are sagging lower than they used to
Your hooded brows make you look tired or grumpy

Why Should I get my Eyebrow Lift in Manila?

Manila has the benefit of medical professionals trained in excellence, with the experience you need. Many of the surgeons have been trained internationally, including in the U.S.A. and Europe, as well as in top medical schools in the Philippines. Medical facilities are also among the best you’ll see.

“But wait”, you might ask, “won’t I have to fly there, and stay in a hotel…won’t that cost money, too?” Well, yes, you are right – But the thing is - even when you combine the cost of the procedure, airfare and accommodations – you’ll still be saving 50%-90% of what you’d be paying to have the same surgery at home. On top of a more youthful brow, you’ll be giving yourself a mini-vacation, too. Talk to your doctor to plan how you can best plan your experience of the unique blend of Malay, Spanish and American cultures and beautiful sandy beaches.

What is the cost of Eyebrow Lift in Manila?

The average cost of Eyebrow Lift in Manila is around AUD $1,450(NZ $1,596, UK £758, EUR €980, CAN $1,444, USD $1,076). That is an incredible savings compared to the cost of having the treatment at home - $9,152 in Australia. (NZ $10,071, UK £4,784, EUR €6,186, CAN $9,111, USD $6,791).

How can I be sure of the quality of Eyebrow Lift in Manila, Philippines?

No matter where you get your surgery, or who does the work, you will have to do the same research for providers and clinics at home or in Manila. You’ll want to research their education, professional memberships, before and after photos, reviews, how many eyebrow lifts they’ve done, as well as find out about the facilities they use.

We at MedicalDepartures.com do our own quality checks and continuously work to compile information on the providers we have on our site. We only list the medical practitioners who have the best education, professional memberships, reviews, and photos. We even take a step further and do criminal and legal checks. Getting an eyebrow lift is a big decision, and we want you to have the best information to make your decision.

What happens during Eyebrow Lift?

Eyebrow Lift surgery is most often done using general anesthesia, and sometimes with IV sedation and local anesthetic.

During an Open brow lift, also known as trichophytic, classic, or coronal brow lift, the surgeon uses an incision along your hairline, lifts the skin, loosens muscles, removes fat and any excess skin, then tightens the forehead skin and stiches the brow into its new position.

You can read more about Eyebrow Lift at the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

Techniques

Your surgeon will choose the best technique for you, as each technique has it’s own pros and cons, but a few of the techniques are:
Open brow lift, also known as trichophytic, classic, or coronal brow lift, uses an incision along your hairline.
Endoscopic brow lift uses a few (3-5) small incisions and an endoscope. This technique may not be right for everyone – there may be more bruising, headaches, and perhaps some numbness.
Limited incision technique is a combination of the open brow lift and endoscopic brow lift techniques. This produces more limited results, but is often performed with other techniques like upper eyelid lifts.

How long will the procedure take to do?

Eyebrow Lift surgery takes one to two hours.

What does the recovery process look like?

Right after the surgery, you’ll be using cold packs for a couple of days, and you’ll want to sleep on your back with your head elevated. You may have some bruising that will last for two or three weeks. Your scalp may be numb for a while, so you will have to be careful combing or brushing your hair.

You can return to work within a week or two, if your work does not require lifting.

During the third week, when your ability to respond quickly, you may return to driving

During the first few weeks, you can move around gently and go for walks, but no heavy lifting – this may raise your blood pressure which will slow healing.

You can slowly resume your more strenuous exercise routines a month after surgery.

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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.

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