Suprabrow Lift


Suprabrow lift is almost similar to infrabrow lift. The only difference is the term suprabrow points to the area above the eyebrow whereas infrabrow lift refers to the area below the eyebrow. Both procedures are to elevate the lax skin off the upper eyelid or reposition the eyebrow. In such a way as to allow visibility of the upper eyelid crease to be more visible and looking more youth without the extra skin surfacing on your face.


Is the scar visible?
The incisional point would be above the eyebrow. Most of the time is very nicely conceal on the brow line.

When do the stitches come out?
Usually 7 days later*.

Is the procedure painful?
Patients do not experience any pain since anesthesia is performed at the time of local anesthesia. Sedation can be administered as well if the patient prefers to be sleeping.

How long can this last?
Skin will need time to lax again as we aged. It is usually over 10 years*. The result is usually long lasting.

Recovery Time

  • Average downtime is *7-14 days.
  • Post-treatment, the patient experiences bruising and swelling with minimal discomfort.
  • Painkillers will be provided to ease the discomfort.
  • Results appear immediately and on average, the final desired result is seen in roughly 1 month

Difference between Suprabrow and Infrabrow Lift

Infrabrow lift procedure can increase the height of the double eyelid crease. Remove excess lax skin on the upper eyelids and muscle. This will achieve a pair of bigger eyes, *youthful looking and more rejuvenated look.

Suprabrow lift procedure can elevate and reposition the height of your eyebrow as some patients may experience sagging eyebrow. This occurs with age as the corner of the brow sags downward to the side of the temple.

* Disclaimer: results vary according to individual