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Post-op forehead and eyebrow lift

Post-op forehead and eyebrow lift

After forehead and eyebrow lift, the stitches are removed within a week. After surgery, bruising and swelling can occur on the forehead and/or around the eye Also, it is possible to feel numb around the operating area. These are perfectly normal. All these effects will disappear spontaneously within a week or two.

Also, our patients may complete their recovery process approximately within a week for the duration of their stay. It is suggested to take rest at least for another week.

The healing process varies depending on the number of plastic surgeries you will have and your medical history.

Also, you can consult with one of our healthcare professionals for more detailed information.

Avoid performing any Oral-motor exercises. Also, avoid exposure to sunlight and any trauma for several months.

Postoperative results may vary according to the patient’s body structure and lifestyle.

The results of this procedure may last approximately for 5 – 10 years and longer for others.

Avoid heavy sports and lifting weights until you complete your recovery.

Since the healing process varies from patient to patient, contact one of our healthcare professionals for more information.

More information on Post-op forehead and eyebrow lift

Sports: In general, patients can continue to do aerobic exercises approximately after 3 weeks post-op. Also, be mindful to proceed with your surgeon’s approval. As, the healing process varies from patient to patient.

Sexual Intercourse: When you feel comfortable, you may continue your sexual activities. Also, patients reach their comfort level approximately after 10 days post-op.

Alcohol and Smoking: Do not consume any alcoholic beverages for 48 hours after surgery. Also, do not consume alcoholic beverages when using prescribed medication. You should avoid drinking for 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after your surgery.

Driving: You should not drive after taking painkillers. Also, in general, many patients need 1 – 2 weeks to resume driving. Also, most patients can start driving within a week.

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