Are too many frown lines, sagging eyebrows or forehead creases making you appear older than you are? If so, the endoscopic browlift can help. This plastic surgery procedure can restore a more youthful and refreshed appearance to the forehead area by tightening the skin and altering the underlying muscles.
It is also important to note the endoscopic browlift is a less invasive procedure than a traditional browlift as it uses a tiny camera device.
Am I a Good Candidate?
Dr. Stevens recommends an endoscopic browlift for adult men and women who are in good physical health with healthy facial tissue and muscles. Realistic goals for improvement are also essential.
What to Expect After Surgery
The recovery after an endoscopic browlift usually involves minimal discomfort or headaches. Pain medication can be taken if necessary. Swelling and bruising are common during the healing phase and will begin to fade within a week or so.
While patients undergoing a traditional browlift often experience itching at the incision and temporary scalp numbness, this is typically not a concern with the endoscopic technique. Most patients find that they can return to work and light activity within seven to ten days after their endoscopic browlift.
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