Brow Lift Surgery
- Brow lifting, also known as a forehead lift or browplasty, is a cosmetic surgical procedure aimed at raising the position of the eyebrows and smoothing out the forehead area. It is commonly performed to address signs of aging, such as sagging brows, deep forehead wrinkles, and drooping eyelids.
- Traditional Brow Lift: This method involves creating an incision behind the hairline or along the forehead, allowing the surgeon to lift and reposition the underlying tissues and muscles. Excess skin may be removed, and the incisions are then closed.
- Endoscopic Brow Lift: This minimally invasive technique uses smaller incisions and an endoscope, a thin tube with a camera, to visualize and modify the tissues. It requires specialized instruments and is associated with smaller scars and a shorter recovery period.
Explore Other Procedures