Also known as Endoscopic Forehead Lift
This procedure is used to correct saggy eye brows and to improve the horizontal lines of a person’s forehead that may make them appear angry, sad or tired. The endoscopic forehead lift may also be subdivided into four procedures.
Full Forehead: This procedure is used to improve sagginess of the eyebrow, tissue sagginess of the upper eyelid, wrinkles of the forehead, frown lines and part of the crow’s feet wrinkles. (as depicted in the image to the left, showing the extend of the area involved.). The smaller “dark pink” lines behind the hairline shows the “access” points.
Frontal Forehead: This procedure is used to improve the medial and central portion of the brow (“head and body of the brow”), sagginess of the tissue between the brows, frown lines and forehead wrinkles.
Lateral Forehead: This procedure is used to improve the sagginess of the lateral portion of the brow (tail of the the brow), sagginess of the upper eyelid, and part of the crow’s feet wrinkles.
Mid Forehead: This procedure is used to improve the soft tissue sagginess above the nose, between the eyebrows, sagginess of the medial portion of the eyebrow (“head of the brow”) and frown lines.