Brow Lift

Nashville Location

If you’re bothered by wrinkles, frown lines or a sagging brow, it might be worth considering a brow lift procedure performed by Board Certified plastic surgeon Dr. DeLozier. A brow lift aims to firm up the skin on your forehead, resulting in a more youthful look. With a forehead lift, you can rejuvenate your face and achieve a more vibrant appearance. The natural-looking outcome of the procedure effectively reverses the undesirable effects of aging on your brow.


About Brow Lift Cosmetic Surgery

To ensure your safety and comfort during the procedure, the brow lift will be conducted under general anesthesia. The duration of the brow lift cosmetic surgery varies based on the specific procedures required. Generally, Dr. DeLozier can complete the brow lift surgery within one to one and a half hours. There are two methods that Dr. DeLozier employs, namely the classic method and the endoscopic method, both of which involve discrete incisions in the hairline. Dr. DeLozier then tightens the brow skin, eliminates excess tissue that contributes to drooping, and restores the brow line to facilitate healing.

Recovery From Brow Lift Surgery

When your brow lift procedure is complete, Dr. DeLozier may tape your forehead and loosely wrap your head to minimize any bruising or swelling. He may place a thin tube to drain any excess blood or fluid that may collect under the skin. Scarring will fade over time.

Brow Lift Results

With a revitalized brow, you no longer have to worry about giving away your age due to frown lines, wrinkles or sagging skin. The procedure can help you look and feel youthful again, eliminating the need for heavy make-up and facial products to conceal imperfections. The long-lasting results of your brow lift will continue to make you appear younger than if you hadn’t had the surgery. Let your inner beauty and youth shine through with the confidence of a rejuvenated appearance.



Our consultation process is a journey of discovery — here’s what to expect when you begin yours at the DeLozier Cosmetic Surgery Center.

Your consultation is an opportunity to gather information and explore cosmetic surgery and non-surgical options. During your journey here, we encourage you to ask questions, examine possibilities, and discover what procedures can enhance and improve your appearance and boost your confidence.

There are several steps to your consult; the most important is meeting with Board Certified Dr. DeLozier to discuss your objectives. Dr. DeLozier will offer his professional opinion on your requested procedure and may suggest other options that work best for you and your desired goals. This is the perfect time to ask questions and educate yourself about your treatment. The entire consult is an hour long, and the fee is $75.00, which will be deducted from your procedure cost.


The first step is to meet with our Front Desk Coordinator. They will assist you with the patient intake process and inquire about your demographics, and medical history. After sharing the necessary information, you’ll be invited to have a seat in our relaxing waiting area.


After your initial intake session, a member of the DeLozier team will escort you to an examination room. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss what surgical or non-surgical procedures you are interested in and share your goals. Next, you’ll meet with Dr. DeLozier to learn about the treatments and explore which may match your goals. During this discovery session, you’ll receive his professional opinion and advice about what is best for your desires and have the opportunity to ask questions. There are also photo albums available with before and after images of each procedure so you can see real results.


Once you’ve completed your consult with Dr. DeLozier, you’ll meet with our Patient Care Coordinator, Jennifer Moore. She’ll discuss the cost of the procedure and the financing options for your surgery. Jennifer will also assist with scheduling; if you have a particular date in mind, she’ll work to accommodate your schedule. She is your go-to contact at the clinic if you are still in the information-gathering stage or have questions.