More QA From Doctor Radio: What Is A Forehead/Brow Lift? Is It A Seperate Proced
A forehead /brow lift is not part of a facelift procedure. A facelift procedure essentially lifts from the collarbone to the corner of the eyes. A forehead /brow lift is a separate procedure. There are different ways to perform a forehead/brow lift: 1.) Endoscopic Brow Lift: Several small incisions are used and the work is done under the skin with an endoscope. 2.) Coronal Brow Lift: Requires an incision across the top of the scalp. 3.) Anterior Hairline Incision: Which is useful when lowering of the hairline is indicated. The surgeon evaluates each patient and determines which technique will give the best result for the individual. With the variations in technique that are available, it’s not necessary to have a major distortion of a hairline. Most people who have a forehead/brow lift that is performed correctly do not show obvious signs of having had the procedure.
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