After all, there’s something pretty enticing about a plastic surgery procedure that could help address sagging eyebrows and drooping eyelids. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that the surgery could take years off of your appearance.
But there’s just one question holding you back from saying yes to the procedure: “What is the recovery time for a brow lift?”
Recovery Time for a Brow Lift
We understand. After all, you might not several weeks to devote to recovering, especially if you’d have to take that time off from work, raising your family, or both.
That’s why patients are surprised to hear that the majority of them are able to return to work in as little as five days after surgery. Additionally, most patients are able to go back to their normal routines (including gym routines) about four weeks after the initial surgery.
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How to Have a Successful Brow Lift Recovery
If you’re planning to undergo a brow lift, here’s how to have the most successful recovery:
- Plan out your initial recovery time so you can devote 100% of yourself to resting. For example, plan for childcare, prep as many meals as possible, and pick up a few movies/books you’ve been meaning to catch up on.
- Go for gentle walks, especially during the second week after your surgery.
- Go to all of your scheduled follow-up appointments with your plastic surgeon, as these will be critical to your recovery.
- Follow your plastic surgeon’s recovery plan very closely, as this is designed to help you have a great recovery and get your best results possible.
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