Brow Ptosis Fort Myers

Published on November 8, 2016
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Some men and women are genetically predisposed to having a heavier looking brow region that may droop and sag. As we all get older our skin also droops and sags and for those already predisposed to a heavy brow, the sagging may become so exaggerated that it hoods over the upper eyelids. This can not only make a person look older than they are, but also give them a consistently more upset, tired, or even angry appearance, even when they are just at rest. Through Brow Ptosis Dr. Stephen Laquis has helped many men and women achieve tighter, smoother, more refreshed brow appearance.

The Brow Ptosis correction procedure occurs with an incision that is placed along the hairline. If you are interested in learning more about the Brow Ptosis correction procedure process and to find out if you may be a good candidate for the procedure, contact our office to schedule your confidential consultation with Dr. Laquis today.

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