As with other aesthetic procedures, good general health and realistic expectations are a prerequisite for forehead stretching. When your plastic surgeon pulls out the forehead and removes excess skin, wrinkle lines on the forehead will disappear and the structure of eyebrows will change.
If necessary, your surgeon will also weaken some of the eyebrows that cause frown muscles. The result is softer eyebrows and a more youthful appearance. If you want to see what happens at the end of the stretching, put both hands on the sides of your eyebrows and eyes and stretch the skin upwards.
This intervention is beneficial for patients with low eyebrows and a stump in the eye margins. It is usually performed on people between the ages of 40 and 50, but in some cases it may be necessary for younger people. The scars are placed in the scalp and sometimes on the hair line. Your plastic surgeon will offer you the best option for your situation.