Brow lift in Iran

Brow lift in Iran

How much does Brow lift cost in Iran?

The cost of a Brow lift in Iran ( Forehead lift  ) is around $1700, compared to its global cost of $5,000. Thus, if you decide to have a Brow lift in Iran, reading this article can improve your knowledge about cost of plastic surgery in Iran to a great extent and help you to choose the best city and hospital to perform Brow lift in Iran.

In this article we provide you with a comprehensive description of Brow lift in Iran and the cost of Brow lift in Iran.

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General information about Brow lift in Iran

The following table describes general information about Brow lift surgery in Iran including Brow lift cost in Iran, recovery time, and to name but a few.

General Information



$ 1500 - 2000



Hospital Stay

1 Day

Back to Work

10 to 14 Days

Duration of Operation

1-2 Hours

Minimum Stay in Iran

7 Days



About Iranian Surgery

Iranian surgery website is an online medical tourism platform where you can find the best Brow lift Surgeons in Iran. The price of a Brow lift in Iran can vary according to each individual’s case and will be determined based on photos and an in-person assessment with the doctor. So if you are looking for the cost of Brow lift in Iran, you can contact us and get free consultation from Iranian surgery.



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What is Brow Lift Surgery?

A brow lift in Iran, also known as a forehead lift or forehead rejuvenation, is a cosmetic procedure to raise the brows. A brow lift improves the appearance of the forehead, the brow and the area around the eyes by raising the soft tissue and skin of the forehead and brow.

You might choose to have a brow lift if you have a low, sagging brow or brow asymmetry. A brow lift might also boost your self-confidence.

A brow lift in Iran can be done alone or with other facial procedures, such as eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) or a face-lift.

In fact, a brow lift rejuvenates the face above the eyes to restore a more refreshed appearance that better reflects a patient’s natural vibrancy. By removing excess sagging, skin on the forehead and repositioning the underlying muscles and tissues, a brow lift can correct a heavy, sagging brow, eliminate deep furrows, and restore a smoother, more youthful contour to the upper one-third of the face.

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Why it's done

The problem with an aging forehead is the effect it has on our facial expressions—a sagging, heavily furrowed brow can cause us to look constantly tired, worried or even angry. Some of us are also genetically inclined to have a heavier, thicker brow, making us look as though we are wearing a frown even when we are feeling our best. A brow lift directly addresses these issues, helping patients enjoy a more naturally refreshed appearance as well as other positive changes:

. Others may find you more approachable, as they no longer mistakenly perceive you as angry or concerned.

. Your eyes will appear brighter and more naturally alert

. Self-confidence can improve as you are no longer worried about looking “worried.

To put it another way, aging typically causes the brows to move down. As skin and soft tissues lose elasticity, the distance between the eyebrows and eyelashes also shortens. The lower position of the eyebrows can make you look tired, angry or sad. A brow lift can raise the eyebrows and restore a refreshed, more pleasing appearance.


Before Brow Lift Surgery

Initially, you'll talk to a facial plastic surgeon or plastic surgeon about a brow lift. During your first visit, your surgeon will likely:

. Review your medical history. Be prepared to answer questions about current and past medical conditions. Talk about any medications you're taking or have taken recently, as well as any surgeries you've had. Tell your doctor if you are allergic to any medications.

. Do a physical exam. To determine your treatment options, the doctor will examine and measure different parts of your face with your eyes open and closed. The doctor might also take photographs for your medical record.

. Discuss your expectations. Explain why you want a brow lift, and what you're hoping for in terms of appearance after the procedure. Make sure you understand the benefits and risks.

Before a brow lift you might also need to:

. Stop smoking. Smoking decreases blood flow in the skin and can slow the healing process. If you smoke, your doctor will recommend that you stop smoking before surgery and during recovery.

. Avoid certain medications. You'll likely need to avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and herbal supplements, which can increase bleeding.

. Arrange for help during recovery. Make plans for someone to drive you home after you leave the hospital and stay with you for at least the first night of your recovery at home.

Who are good candidates for a brow lift?

A brow lift is a popular cosmetic procedure for both men and women in Iran. While some people have a naturally low-set brow which causes their eyebrows to hood over their eyelids, others may develop a drooping brow as they age. This happens because their skin begins to hang more loosely as it loses its elasticity. This can also cause wrinkles to develop on the forehead. These features can cause people to be unhappy or self-conscious with the appearance of their face. If so, they may be suitable brow lift candidates.

A brow lift will lift the skin of the forehead and secure it back, elevating the brow and removing the appearance of wrinkles. You may be a suitable candidate for a brow lift if you:

. Have wrinkles on your forehead that you wish to eliminate.

. Are concerned about frown lines which are present between your eyebrows.

. Have hooded upper eyelids because of a low-set or drooping brow.

. Are experiencing trouble with your vision due to your low-set or drooping brow.

. Have had botulinum toxin injections in your forehead and are not happy with the results.

. Are relatively fit and well.

. Have a healthy BMI.

. Do not suffer with any serious medical conditions.

. Have realistic goals for your surgery.

. Feel mentally and emotionally ready to undergo this procedure.

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Risks and complications

As with any surgical procedure, a brow lift comes with risks and complication. It is important to fully educate yourself about all brow lift risks and complications before deciding to continue with the procedure. Our surgeons strongly recommend that you spend at least two weeks thinking over all the information before deciding to continue with the surgery.

While many of the brow lift risks and complications below are uncommon, it is still useful to know there is a possibility that they can occur. The risk and complications of a brow lift include:

. Hair loss and hairline elevation

Hair loss may occur around the areas of the incision. This loss may be temporary or may cause a permanent reduction of hair growth. A brow lift procedure may also result in an elevated hairline. You may like to ask your surgeon how likely this risk is with the technique they will use on you.

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. Skin discolouration

One of the brow lift risks and complications includes skin discolouration. Most people will see a slight change in the colour of their skin in the area where the operation was performed. If this does occur, it will most likely settle after some months. In the meantime, makeup can be a useful tool if you wish to cover these colour changes. 


. Asymmetry in the position of the brows

A brow lift can result in asymmetry, with one or both of the eyebrows appearing too high. However, asymmetry may even out during the healing process. Persistent brow shape or position problems can be treated through additional surgery.

. Infection

Any surgery is an invasive procedure and with this comes the risk of introducing infection into the body.  Infections usually become apparent in the first 2 to 3 weeks after surgery.  You may notice that your wounds or treatment areas are not settling as expected. Mild infections generally settle down with a course of antibiotics.

The signs of infection to look out for are:

. A temperature of over 38° C.

. Redness at the incision site that begins to spread outwards from that site.

. Yellow pus or foul-smelling fluid coming from your wounds.

. An increase in pain or discomfort that your pain medication does not help.


. Tissue or skin necrosis

It is a possibility that some areas of skin may die if blood supply to that area is lost during surgery. This is called necrosis and is much more likely to occur in smokers. This is a very rare complication but you must be aware that if it were to happen, it may affect the final results of your brow lift. You may also require another operation to help fix the damage.

. Nerve injury

Injury to your nerves during surgery can lead to a loss of sensation or movement in the face. This may be temporary or permanent but generally, long-term loss of sensation or movement is a rare complication. Choosing an experienced, highly qualified surgeon to do your surgery helps minimize this risk.


. Bruising and bleeding

Mild bleeding and bruising is common following a brow lift procedure and is usually temporary. If more severe bleeding occurs, it may form a solid collection of blood under the skin which is called a haematoma. This presents with pain, significant bruising and facial or neck swelling. Almost all haematomas occur within 24 hours of your procedure and require medical attention. Despite this, it should not significantly affect the results of your brow lift.


. Scarring

As your surgeon will be making incisions on the treatment area, you should expect that scars are unavoidable. In most cases, however, scarring is minimal and well hidden within the hair or hairline. The extent of scarring depends on the technique used and your skins ability to heal.


. Aesthetic

There is always a risk that you will be unhappy with the results of your brow lift for aesthetic reasons. This means you may not be happy with how your face looks after surgery. Indeed, there is a risk that there may be some asymmetry in your facial features. Therefore, we advise that you choose your surgeon carefully and make sure they have the necessary experience and qualifications. We also recommend that you are clear and frank about your goals during your consultation. This will make it more likely that you will be happy with the results of your brow lift.

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General surgical complications

All surgical procedures carry some common risks. These general surgical complications include but are not limited to:

. The development of blood clots.

. Risks of anesthesia.

. Nausea and vomiting.

. Post-operative pain.

During Brow Lift Surgery

How is a brow lift performed?

A brow lift procedure usually takes 1 to 2 hours to perform. Your surgeon is likely to do the procedure under general anesthetic, however, it can also be done under local anesthetic with sedation. After your brow lift is complete, you will be able to go home either that day or the next day. Before your brow lift procedure, you will meet with your consultant. During this consultation, they will discuss with you the details of when you will be required to stop eating and drinking before your surgery. They will also discuss with you any changes you need to make to your medication schedule.

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1. Consent

Before your surgery, you will meet with your surgeon to consent to your brow lift procedure. This will either be at your pre-operative assessment or on the day of your surgery. Your surgeon will go through the procedure itself, the risks and complications and answer any questions you may have. You will then be given a consent form to read. If you are happy with all the information and would like to proceed with the surgery, you will sign the consent form.

2. Anaesthesia

You will meet your anesthetist on the day of your brow lift procedure. They will likely use a general anesthetic to put you to sleep for the duration of the surgery. This may leave you feeling slightly groggy for a while but will wear off within a few hours. Another anesthetic option is also available. Your anesthetist could also numb the forehead area and sedate you for the procedure. On the day of your surgery, your anesthetist will discuss both options with you and you can decide together which is most suitable for you.

3. Incisions

A brow lift procedure can be done using a number of different techniques. The technique your surgeon chooses for you will depend on the condition of your skin, your facial features and the position of your hairline.

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Types of Brow Lift Surgery

. Endoscopic brow lift

This technique may be suitable for you if you have mild to moderate brow drooping and horizontal forehead wrinkles.

Your surgeon will make several small incisions in various parts of your scalp.

. Open brow lift

Your surgeon may choose this technique for you if you have more advanced brow drooping and deep-set forehead wrinkles. This is the traditional brow lift method and gives more long-lasting results. It is important to note, however, that this technique is also more invasive than other approaches and results in greater scarring.

. Your surgeon will make an incision from one ear to the other, along and slightly behind your hairline.

. They will lift your forehead skin, adjusting and tightening the underlying muscles and tissue.

. They will remove a small strip of your scalp before stretching the forehead skin into a new position.

. Your scar will be concealed within your hairline.

. Anterior hairline brow lift

This method is ideal for patients who have a receding hairline or high forehead. This is because your surgeon can lift your brows but not alter the position of your hairline. It is also possible to shorten the forehead or address brow asymmetry with this technique.

. Your surgeon will make an incision across your forehead, just in front of your hairline.

. They will lift the forehead skin, adjusting and tightening the underlying muscles and tissue.

. They will remove a small strip of your forehead skin before stretching it back into a new position, raising your brows.

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. Lateral temporal brow lift

This procedure only lifts the lateral aspect of your brows and is the least invasive approach to a brow lift. It does not address wrinkles in the center of the forehead or between the brows. Therefore, it is most suitable for patients who have mild to moderate sagging of the outer brow area and forehead and want a less invasive procedure with a quicker recovery time.

. Your surgeon will make a small incision behind your hairline in your temples (sides of the head).

. They will adjust and tighten your forehead skin and underlying tissue to lift it to a better position, thereby raising the outer portion of your brow.

. Gull-wing brow lift

This technique results in the greatest scarring and is, as a result, less commonly performed. It is most suitable for patients with severe brow or forehead drooping (also known as ptosis). It is also suitable for patients who would like to lower a high or receding hairline.

. Your surgeon will make incisions along or directly above your eyebrows.

. They will remove a section of skin and the underlying tissue above the eyebrows, which acts to raise your brows.

4. Closing of incisions

Once your surgeon achieves the desired result from your brow lift procedure, they will close the incisions with stitches or glue.

5. Return to the ward

Finally, you will return to the ward after your surgery. You will likely stay there for a few hours or overnight to allow the effects of the anesthesia to wear off before you can go home.

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After Brow Lift Surgery

After a brow lift, your forehead might be loosely wrapped to minimize swelling. A small tube might be placed along the incision site to drain any excess blood or fluid.

Your doctor will give you specific instructions on how to care for your incisions. In the first few days after a brow lift:

. Rest with your head elevated and take pain medication as recommended by your doctor.

. Apply cold compresses to relieve swelling

. Avoid exposing your incisions to excessive pressure or motion

As your incisions heal, you might experience itching and numbness, which will likely lessen over time. If your incisions are covered in bandages, your doctor will likely remove them in one to three days. Sutures typically will be removed within seven to 10 days of surgery.

Ask your doctor when it's OK to resume daily activities, such as washing and drying your hair and bathing. Keep in mind that swelling might last several weeks.

Incision lines will fade over time. You might use makeup to conceal any prolonged bruising.

After a brow lift, contact your doctor immediately if you have:

. Shortness of breath

. Chest pain

. Irregular heartbeats

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The timeline for resuming activity after a brow lift depends on the individual—if you are having a brow lift alone, recovery is usually much quicker than that for a patient having a brow lift in conjunction with a facelift or other more extensive procedure. Below are typical recovery milestones following brow lift surgery:

. Day of surgery: walking around the house in encouraged.

. 1 to 2 days after surgery: showering is permitted; be gentle around your incision sites.

. 1 week after surgery: return to a sedentary job; some patients are able to return to work earlier. You may tire more easily, so consider a limited work schedule initially. If you are concerned about visible bruising, your cosmetic surgeon can recommend options for camouflage makeup.

. 1 to 2 weeks after surgery: resume driving, as long as you have full mobility and are no longer taking prescription pain medication.

. 2 to 4 weeks after surgery: gradually resume exercise; your cosmetic surgeon will provide guidance for which activities are allowed.

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Will the results of brow lift surgery last?

When performed by an experienced, board certified cosmetic surgeon, the improvements made with brow lift surgery will last for many years to come. However, nothing can stop the normal aging process, and eventually your forehead tissues will begin to settle with time and gravity. You can help keep your results looking their best by living a healthy lifestyle. Wear sunscreen daily, eat a diet rich in whole foods and vitamins, and don’t smoke. This will help keep your body healthy and skin looking its best.

Brow lift Surgeons

How can I find the best brow lift surgeon in Iran?

Brow lift surgeons in Iran can make your face more appealing. Brow lift surgeons in Iran can also help you in making your final decision about what type of brow lift is more suitable for you.

It is important that you seek the assistance of experienced and skilled brow lift surgeons in Iran who have provided a suitable condition for people with limited budgets to do brow lift in Iran easily. It is worth explaining that the quality provided by Iranian surgeons is far higher than other countries including Turkey and India.

Brow lift surgeons in Iran, have performed numerous procedures annually which make brow lift surgeons in Iran more experienced than other countries’ plastic surgeons, due to high demand and low costs of brow lift in Iran, thousands of people travel to Iran every year in a way that you can perform brow lift in Iran by the best brow lift surgeons with affordable and reasonable price.

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The factors that the best brow lift surgeons should have:

  1. Experience

Because of performing a great number of procedures, they become knowledgeable and highly skilled which make them very famous worldwide.

  1. Expertise in different types of brow lift surgery

It is of paramount importance that your surgeon be expert in various types of brow lift surgery.

We are happy to introduce a great number of Iranian surgeons who have all two above-mentioned features.

Plastic surgery hospitals in Iran

Tehran hospitals                                                                            

  1. Moheb Kosar Hospital
  2. Imam Khomeini Hospital
  3. Ebnesina Hospital
  4. Parsian Hospital
  5. Pasteurno Hospital
  6. Kasra Hospital
  7. Treata Hospital

Shiraz hospitals

  1. Mirhoseini Hospital
  2. Ordibehesht Hospital
  3. Mir Hospital
  4. MRI hospital
  5. Dena Hospital
  6. Abualisina Hospital
  7. Ghadir Mother and Child Hospital

Mashhad hospitals

  1. Imam Reza Hospital
  2. Mehregan Hospital
  3. Hashemi Nezhad Hospital
  4. Farabi Hospital
  5. Mehr Hospital
  6. Sina Hospital
  7. Bentolhoda Hospital

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Brow lift cost in Iran

Cost of best brow lift surgeon in Iran

There are a great number of professional brow lift surgeons in Iran making the operation costs lower than many other countries.

The cost of the best brow lift surgeons in Iran is between $1500-2000.

Factors involved in final brow lift cost in Iran:

There are many factors that determine the overall brow lift cost, including:

  1. The surgeon’s skill: The most skilled and best brow lift surgeons are in high demand.
  2. The type of brow lift surgery: Complicated procedures take longer time and therefore their cost is more.
  3. Geographical location: the cost brow lift surgery is varied according to geographical location.

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10 common question about brow lift

1How long does a brow lift last?
A: Longevity of Endoscopic Browlift – The longevity of an endoscopic browlift only may be several years versus an endotemporal may last 5-7 years. A transcoronal or hairline browlift can last 10 years or longer. This is dependent on the type of procedure the patient desires.
2Is a brow lift permanent?
A brow lift (also known as a forehead lift) is cosmetic surgery to correct a sagging or deeply furrowed brow. ... Scarring will be permanent with most types of brow lift, but should fade in time.
3how is a brow lift done?
A temporal brow lift involves slightly longer incisions than an endoscopic brow lift and is most commonly performed in conjunction with eyelid surgery. ... Then, through the incisions made for an upper eyelid procedure, the area between the eyebrows is lifted to smooth out frown lines.
4What is a Trichophytic brow lift?
Trichophytic Brow Lift This type of brow lift, commonly used for patients with higher hairlines, removes a portion of forehead skin (rather than raising the hairline) to elevate the eyebrows. The procedure uses an incision made just behind the hairline.
5Does a brow lift help hooded eyes?
Forehead lift, also known as a brow lift, raises and reshapes “falling,” sagging skin around the eyebrows that often causes the eyelids to appear hooded. The procedure softens the deep creases and wrinkles around the forehead for a more youthful and beautiful facial appearance.
6Can Botox lift my eyebrows?
A Botox brow lift is a type of procedure that treats frown lines between your brows. It also elevates the height of your eyebrows with Botox Cosmetic (botulinum toxin type A) injections. ... For stubborn frown lines between the eyebrows, this procedure can help smooth out deep wrinkles without surgery.
7What age should you get a brow lift?
Ideal Age. Most of our brow lift candidates are between the ages of 40 and 65. But the procedure may be performed on younger patients who may have a genetic disposition to a heavy brow or deep “worry lines” between the brows.
8What is the difference between a brow lift and a forehead lift?
While we tend to use the terms brow lift and forehead lift synonymously, there are procedures where the brow is directly lifted but the forehead is not. A direct brow lift is rarely done, but works by removing a strip of skin along the upper border of the brows.
9What does a brow lift involve?
A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift, reduces wrinkles, improves frown lines and places the eyebrows in a youthful position.
10How do I know if I need a brow lift?
If the crease of your eyelid becomes more visible as you raise your forehead skin and your eyes look more youthful, you may be a good candidate for a brow lift. But, if your eyelids still look droopy, you may be a need a blepharoplasty, instead.


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