An endoscopic forehead lift repositions the brow in a deep surgical plane, utilizing endoscopes and fiberoptic cameras through small concealed incisions behind the hairline.
An Endoscopic Forehead Lift does not elevate the lower face. This is a separate surgical procedure called Facelift, nor does an Endoscopic Forehead Lift remove extra eyelid skin. This procedure is known as a Blepharoplasty. However, an Endoscopic Forehead Lift can eliminate or minimize the amount of skin that needs to be removed by lifting the brow.
Most Endoscopic Forehead Lift candidates are in their mid – 30’s to late 60’s. However, we evaluate patients based on physiologic and not chronologic age. Most healthy individuals that have aging changes requiring an Endoscopic Forehead Lift are good candidates.