The eyes are widely recognized as one of the first and most obvious signs of facial aging. The reason for this is that the eyes are the main focus during human interaction. We are constantly looking at other peoples' eyes, and are inherently able to recognize aging based on what we see. Although almost all women recognize the contribution of the eyebrows to facial beauty as seen by the plethora of brow contouring trends, most patients fail to appreciate the contribution of a sagging eyebrow to aging.
Dr. Albright will often discuss the role of surgical correction of eyebrow sagging during consultations for eyelid (blepharoplasty) surgery, as they are both intrinsically linked to facial aging. He may recommend combining these procedures to achieve a more dramatic and harmonious look.