Surgical Cases Related to Endoscopic Brow Lift

Endoscopic brow lift pulls the frontalis muscle

The indication for surgery is the patient whose forehead has slumped down over the eyes &/or has excessive forehead lines &/or has excessive vertical lines between the eyebrows.

Essentially the procedure is to draw back the skin of the forehead into its previous position – the aesthetic surgeon has critical guidelines for designing how that should be achieved.

The endoscope (an illuminated telescope) allows the surgeon to perform his operation through several small incisions, but does not alter the principle of the procedure performed.