Endoscopic Brow Lift
This least-invasive option is ideal for the patient who wants the brow line raised and wrinkles smoothed, but does not have a great deal of excess skin.
- Up to five small incisions are made in the hair line.
- An endoscope is inserted, projecting a view of the surgical site on a monitor.
- Another small instrument is used to lift forehead skin and reposition brows.
- The doctor precisely removes muscle tissue contributing to forehead lines, and lax skin.
- Incisions are closed.
- Bandages may be removed in two days, and sutures come out in about two weeks. Expect some swelling and bruising during this period.
- Most patients return to work and resume other activities within two weeks.
- As swelling subsides, full results become noticeable – a smooth, wrinkle-free forehead, and raised eyebrows for a refreshed, alert look.