Are there risks?A brow lift does come with some risks, including:
Cicatrization. Scars may be visible after a brow lift.
Changes in the sensation of the skin. A brow lift can cause temporary numbness in the forehead or the top of the scalp.
Asymmetry in the position of the eyebrows. A brow lift can result in asymmetry, with one or both eyebrows appearing too high. However, the asymmetry can be evened out during the healing process. Persistent brow shape or position problems can be treated with additional surgery.
hair problems A brow lift can cause a raised hairline or hair loss at the incision site. If hair loss does not resolve on its own, it may be treated with scar excision or hair grafting.
Like any other type of major surgery, a brow lift carries a risk of bleeding, infection, and an adverse reaction to anesthesia.