Brow Lift
Understanding the Surgery

  Understanding a brow lift
Is a brow lift for you?
Making the decision
Understanding the surgery
What to expect after surgery


Dr. Kim will carefully explain the brow lift procedure you will undergo.  Prior to your procedure, you will be given specific instructions that may include:

  • Pre-surgical considerations, diagnostic testing and medications.
  • Day of surgery instructions and medications.
  • Specific information related to the use of anesthesia.
  • Postoperative care and follow-up.

In addition, you will asked to sign consent forms to assure your plastic surgeon that you fully understand the procedure you will undergo and any risks and potential complications.

Risks associated with surgical brow lift surgery include poor healing of scars, infection, blood clots, bleeding (hematoma) and areas of hair loss or numbness within the scalp, facial asymmetry and risks associated with anesthesia.  Facial paralysis is extremely rare, but possible.  A forehead lift may also result in an elevated hairline.  Risks will be fully discussed prior to your consent.

It is important that you address all your questions directly with your plastic surgeon.  It is natural to feel some anxiety, be this excitement for the anticipated outcomes or preoperative stress.  Discuss these feelings with your plastic surgeon.

A brow lift may be performed in Dr. Kim's accredited office-based surgical facility, an ambulatory surgical facility or hospital.  The decision for anesthesia will be based on the requirements of your specific procedure and considerations of patient and surgeon preference.  Dr. Kim and the assisting staff will fully attend to your comfort and safety.



Geoffrey Kim, M.D.
Plastic Surgery & Med Spa
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5420 South Quebec Street Suite 204
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

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*Disclaimer: "Results will vary from person to person"