As an expression of courtesy, interest and esteem, the interviewees look each other in the eye. The eyes are a key part of the first impression and convey many forms of expression such as joy, sadness and surprise. Scientific studies have shown that eye contact increases physical arousal and harmonises the brain activity of those involved. The messages of the eyes are conveyed, among other things, by the shape and position of the eyebrows and the size of the eyes. Long and dense eyelashes and smooth skin have a youthful and beguiling effect.
The ideal eyebrow shape and position varies between man and woman. The average distance from the upper edge of the eyebrow to the hairline is five centimetres for women and six centimetres for men. In women, the eyebrows begin above the inner corner of the eye and protrude slightly beyond the outer corner of the eye. The eyebrows tend to have a stronger middle section and a thin lateral section. Lateral rising eyebrows are perceived as youthful and attractive in women. In men, the eyebrows are flatter and more pronounced at the sides. In women, the highest point of the eyebrow moves outwards with increasing age and an imaginary line between the two corners of the eye falls off to the side. The decreasing elasticity of the skin and connective tissue reduces the eye opening by about ten percent between the ages of 20 and 60.
The shape and position of the eyebrows vary greatly depending on age, sex and ethnicity. The beauty ideals of the eyebrows are influenced by culture and current fashion trends. There are no ideal universal beauty features. Younger people under the age of 30 prefer low and slightly angled eyebrows, while older people prefer more curved eyebrows. A change in eyebrows should not only take into account personal characteristics, but should also harmoniously fit adjacent regions such as the forehead, eyelids, corner of the eye and temples.
What eyebrow correction techniques do we offer?
In a forehead lift, the tissue is tightened either in front of the hairline at the forehead or behind the hairline and excess tissue is removed. The advantage of this technique is that:
- Wrinkles of anger and folds of thought can be eliminated.
This technique is not suitable for patients with a high hairline or thinner hair.
Keyhole technique for raising eyebrows
The keyhole (endoscopic) methods for raising the forehead leave smaller scars. However, excess skin cannot be removed. With the bullet hole technique can be removed:
- The eyebrows can be lifted.
- Angry wrinkles can be repaired.
Lifting the eyebrows when lifting the eyelids
The approach of an upper eyelid lift allows at the same time an elevation or fixation of the eyebrows without additional skin incisions. The technique is suitable for:
- Raising of the eyebrows, and for the
- Correction of the frown lines.
“Our goal is to provide the best, most discreet and precise treatment based on our extensive expertise in plastic surgery. „
Dr. Adelana Santos Stahl is distinguished by a unique international perspective with a feminine view of plastic surgery. Her personalized and detailed approach is key to the beautiful and natural results she achieves. Having trained in Brazil, one of the largest and most well-known countries for aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery, she understands her patients’ desire to look and feel their best.She completed her medical studies and her training as a specialist for plastic and aesthetic surgery in Brazil. In 2009, she also successfully passed the German equivalence examinations for the medical state examination. Two years later, in 2011 she received the German and in 2012 the EU specialist recognition (EBOPRAS) for plastic surgery.From 2009 to 2013, she deepened her knowledge of aesthetic and reconstructive facial surgery with world-renowned representatives of plastic surgery such as Professor Gubisch at the Marienhospital and Madame Firmin in Paris.A VDÄPC Fellowship (continuing fellowship for graduate students) in Switzerland, France and the USA has further enriched her professional experience.Dr. Santos Stahl is active in several prestigious professional societies. Besides the DGPRÄC and DGBT, she is also a member of the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery – SBCP.She is also the author of several scientific articles and, together with her husband, is dedicated to research and clinical studies in the field of plastic surgery.