Elevating the forehead is an important aspect of facial paralysis surgery. Not only does it restore forehead symmetry but it can relieve visual field obstruction caused by a droopy brow.

Before and after photos of young boy after browpexy for facial paralysis.


Details for Patient # 25477
7-year-old boy with trauma to left brow region and subsequent frontal branch palsy of the facial nerve, underwent browpexy to elevate the paralyzed eyebrow. Shown here at 1 year postop with excellent symmetry and brow elevation.