Breast Reduction

Breast Reduction

Large, heavy breasts can be the cause of breathing difficulties, neck and back pain, poor posture, and painful bra strap indentations. It can also cause irritation and chafing underneath the breasts. Large breasts can interfere with normal daily activities such as exercise and decrease a woman’s sense of attractiveness and self-confidence. Breast reduction surgery can give women with heavy breasts a sense of freedom in their bodies they may have never dreamed possible. By reducing breast size and producing a more attractive contour, breast reduction can eliminate health problems associated with excessively large breasts and improve a woman’s self-image.

In order to determine insurance coverage for breast reduction, the Schnur Sliding Scale is implemented. The Schnur Sliding Scale is a chart used in evaluating a patient’s medical requirements when considering breast reduction surgery. It compares the patient’s body surface area with the weight of breast tissue to be removed in surgery. If a patient’s body surface area and removed breast tissue weight are not within a particular percentile, surgery is considered to be a cosmetic procedure and is unlikely to be approved by a health insurance company.

The advantages of this treatment include:

The Treatment

Endoscopic Brow Lift 

The endoscopic brow lift works by making tiny incisions near the hairline, inserting endoscopic instruments, and separating skin and its fat cells and muscles from the forehead area. The overactive muscles that pull down the brows and produce frown lines can be removed, which pulls the skin upwards through small incisions. The minimally invasive brow lift is the most commonly used because it can be customized with a coronal technique depending on the thickness of your skin and the depth of your wrinkles.

Coronary Brow Lift

The coronary brow lift makes a broad incision on the top of the head from each ear. The incision pattern depends on your hair pattern and is customized for your concerns. The skin is separated from the skull, and the top of the face is folded downward for the muscle to be easily removed. The muscles that cause dynamic wrinkles are removed, giving your brow lift longevity. The excess skin can be cut out, and the face can be restructured at the incision on the top of the head. This results in maximum tightness and wrinkle-free skin with reduced droopiness of the brows. We recommend combining this treatment with other procedures to give the entire face a rejuvenated appearance.

Silhouette PDO Threads 

As an in-office procedure, we also provide a brow lift using FDA-approved silhouette PDO threads. We’ll place dissolvable threads on your face to lift and improve the sagging skin of the mid-face, jawline, neck, or brows. The treatment will give you immediate and long-lasting results with minimal downtime. As your skin lifts, it also stimulates collagen production in the area where the threads are inserted. The threads dissolve gradually in a few years.


A brow lift is achieved by injecting a customized amount of neurotoxin within the hairline to lift the brows upwards. The treatment was developed to lift saggy brows and reduce eyelid hooding naturally. This will result in an awake appearance. You’ll get visible improvements as the muscles relax within the first seven days of treatment. The lines will diminish, and the brows will appear to be higher on your face. The peak results appear two weeks after your treatment. The results last three to four months, and supplementary injections can be administered to maintain the natural brow lift. 

Brow Lift FAQs

We'll determine if you're a candidate for a brow lift at your initial consultation. You may schedule a consultation, and our providers will explain your treatment options. Typically, patients with horizontal wrinkles on their forehead or between brows are excellent candidates.

The results appear immediately after the procedure. The results will continue to improve for six months. 

The results of a brow lift procedure can be subtle or dramatic. The surgical goals expressed throughout your consultation will determine your personalized results. 

Yes. You may get swollen for the first few weeks. 

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