The risks associated with a brow lift include infection, temporary numbness or tingling, hair loss at the incision sites, asymmetrical results, and scarring. Other risks can include nerve damage, dry eyes, double vision, facial nerve injury, and a decrease in peripheral vision. There may also be a risk of poor healing due to age, smoking, or underlying medical conditions. Additionally, brow lift surgery can produce unsatisfactory results if the patient does not have realistic expectations. Lastly, patients may experience a “pulled” look due to over-tightening of the skin, or a “shock” look due to the raised forehead appearing too high. It is important to discuss these risks with a doctor prior to undergoing this procedure.

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