Sagging forehead tissue can begin as early as age 30. Gravity’s effects manifest with brow heaviness and wrinkles between the eyebrows (glabellar or scowl lines) and furrows across the central forehead.
A brow lift is a plastic surgery procedure that can reverse these changes by raising the eyebrows to a higher and more aesthetic position, opening the eyes and softening aging furrows across the forehead and between the eyebrows. A brow elevation can be accomplished using a variety of procedures (see FAQ) which are tailored to the patient’s desired result, hairline, position, and hair thickness.
A brow lift does not take the place of an eyelid lift to improve baggy eyelids, puffy eyes, or crows feet. Consider eyelid surgery or wrinkle treatments for these problems.
Any brow procedure can be combined with eyelid surgery, cosmetic facial filler or BOTOX® Cosmetics for more dramatic results. We will be glad to discuss your options and recommend the right procedure based on your age and goals. Be sure to inquire about a chemical brow lift using BOTOX®.
Reward yourself with a physician who is passionate about their service and understands the importance of feeling and looking your best. The Aesthetic Institute of West Florida employs board-certified ophthalmologists and fellowship-trained oculoplastic surgeons. Their comprehensive training allows them to offer surgical, minimally-invasive and non-surgical treatments in facial rejuvenation. Their extensive experience in facial surgery affords them the necessary skills needed to create an individualized rejuvenation plan to balance your cosmetic desires with natural, pleasing results. But it is because of the unmistakable care that people choose The Aesthetic Institute of West Florida for their elective cosmetic procedures.
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Meet Your Eyelid & Aesthetics Care Specialist
Brandon C. Clair, M.D., Brandon C. Clair, M.D. is an ophthalmologist specializing in oculoplastic, orbital, and reconstructive surgery. After growing up outside of Philadelphia, PA, Dr. Clair completed medical school in New York at SUNY Upstate Medical University. He then went to Baltimore, MD for his internship at the University of Maryland Medical Center, where he met his wife. Afterwards, he returned to New York for his ophthalmology residency at the University of Buffalo Medical Center, where he was selected as chief resident. Dr. Clair then pursued additional training through fellowships in orbital, oculoplastic, and reconstructive surgery, as well as neuro-ophthalmology. All of his fellowships were completed at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Throughout his training and career, Dr. Clair has been a steady member of the scientific community, with broad research interests across different medical, surgical, and ophthalmologic specialties and subspecialties producing many peer-reviewed publications in various medical journals. His desire to pursue research and scientific innovation has also culminated in his presence on the scientific advisory boards of several biotechnology corporations focusing on ophthalmologic and oncologic disease. Dr. Clair’s current research and innovative interests are within cosmetic, functional, and reconstructive periorbital surgery. He resides in Clearwater with his wife, son, and dog. He spends his spare time with his family and pursuing his hobbies of basketball, watersports, and enjoying the Tampa area beaches with his family.
Stacia H. Goldey, M.D., is a board certified ophthalmologist and fellowship trained oculoplastic surgeon. Dr. Goldey received her undergraduate from the University of Central Florida, Summa Cum Laude, and her medical degree with honors from the University of Florida. She served her residency at Shands Teaching Hospital at the University of Florida, followed by a fellowship in Ophthalmic Plastic and Orbital Surgery at the Jules Stein Eye Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Goldey is board-certified in Ophthalmology and a member of the prestigious American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, American College of Surgeons, American Academy of Ophthalmology and American Medical Association. Dr. Goldey is on the National Education Faculty for BOTOX® Cosmetic. She is on the staff of Florida Hospital Waterman, and has published several articles about Oculoplastic Surgery.