Endoscopic Browlift

Many men and women come to our practice to learn how facelifts can help them look younger. After a consultation, they may learn they are better candidates for an endoscopic brow lift. This procedure helps with eyebrows that hang lower due to changes in the fat deposits in the forehead area. An endoscopic brow lift removes loose skin and excess fat to give the upper section of the face a smoother, younger appearance.


What is an endoscopic brow lift?

An endoscopic brow lift is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that rejuvenates the upper face by correcting sagging brows. It involves making only a few small incisions above the hairline for a seamless look. A fiberoptic tube equipped with a light and camera gently releases and lifts brow tissue. This procedure leads to minimal scarring and a shorter recovery period. To see results, view our before-and-after gallery.

Is an endoscopic brow lift different than an eyebrow thread lift?

Yes. While both procedures aim to lift and rejuvenate the eyebrow area, they have notable differences. An endoscopic brow lift involves small incisions to lift the brow area, offering a more permanent solution. On the other hand, an eyebrow thread lift is less invasive, using sutures to lift the skin temporarily, and tends to be less permanent, possibly requiring future treatments to maintain the eyebrow positions.

Can eyebrows be lifted without brow lift surgery?

Yes, non-surgical alternatives like Botox or dermal fillers can elevate the eyebrows, providing a subtle lift without the need for surgery. These methods, however, offer more temporary results compared to an endoscopic brow lift. Trying out these non-surgical options can be a good way to get a feel for the look of lifted brows so you can decide if going for a longer-lasting fix is the right move for you.

How long do brow lifts last?

With surgical brow lifts, like the endoscopic and pretrichial types we offer, you can expect the results to outlast those from non-surgical methods. Most people enjoy the benefits for several years, but keep in mind, how long they last can differ from person to person. Things like your skin type, your age, and lifestyle habits play a part. To get the most out of your brow lift, a solid skincare routine and shielding your skin from harmful sun exposure are great ideas. These steps help keep your results looking fresh, but it’s still important to remember they won’t completely stop the natural aging process.

Are endoscopic brow lift incisions noticeable?

Thanks to the minimal and strategically placed incisions above the hairline used in endoscopic brow lift procedures, the resulting scars are barely visible, promoting natural and aesthetically pleasing outcomes with minimal signs of surgery.

How do I tell if I need eyelid surgery or eyebrow lift?

Choosing between eyelid surgery and an eyebrow lift depends on your specific concerns. Eyebrow lifts correct sagging brows, offering a more open eye appearance, while eyelid surgery addresses issues with the eyelids themselves. A consultation with us will help pinpoint the best approach for you. We may even explore the option of combining both surgeries for more dramatic results.

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