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2018 Recorded WebClinic: Brow Lifts and How to Reverse Them When Gone Awry
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Where: Online Archived WebClinic
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Contact: Emma Day
312.265.3749


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Original Date: April 3, 2018    

Title: “Brow Lifts and How to Reverse Them When Gone Awry"

Presenters: Kevin Kalwerisky, MD, FACS and Ryan Diepenbrock, DDS, FAACS

Target Audience: Intermediate

Description: Surgeons are increasingly recognizing the need to address the ptotic brow when performing a cosmetic facial evaluation for rejuvenation of the aging face. Knowing which brow lifting procedure to perform and on which patient is critical to a successful and aesthetic outcome. As brow lifting surgery has become more popular, over-elevated brows have risen proportionally. Most patients do not know that options exist to reverse the over-elevated eyebrow and our responsibility to our patients is to recognize this iatrogenic deformity and offer a reasonable treatment modality.

This webinar is designed to help surgeons understand the ideal position of the female and male brow and to avoid over-elevation of this aesthetic unit. Furthermore, surgeons will be better equipped to treat patients with over-elevated brows or patients who desire hairline advancement.

Objectives:

  • Understand the overall goals of facial rejuvenation of the aging face with respect to the position of the eyebrows, forehead height and hairline.
  • Describe the regional anatomy of the upper eyelids, brows, forehead, scalp and hairline.
  • List the various surgical approaches for brow elevation.
  • Understand the principles related to correction of the over-elevated brow and hairline advancement surgery.