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.

Procedure
Browpexy

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.

BEFORE AND AFTER GALLERY

DR. PANOSSIAN APPEARS ON THE DOCTORS

DR. PANOSSIAN RECEIVES TOP AWARD FOR NEW TECHNIQUE

Best Paper Award for Andre Panossian, MD for top plastic surgery.

 

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