How it works
Brow lift techniques can involve a traditional open approach as well as endoscopic techniques. Modern brow lift surgery uses an endoscopic procedure that is less invasive and reduces downtime. This procedure is performed under general anesthesia and uses small incisions along the scalp, which allows for scars to be easily hidden. An endoscope is used so that surgeons can see the treatment area on a screen, and the forehead skin is lifted, repositioning the brows and muscle tissue. If necessary, excess skin is removed before the sutures are positioned to close the incisions. A traditional brow lift may be needed to allow shortening of the forehead length or in cases with more significant skin excess. A traditional brow lift involves an incision that is masked along the frontal hairline.
Recovery for a brow lift depends on the extent of the treatment; however, usually bandages can be removed after a day or two and stitches are removed around five to seven days.
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