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Lateral Eye Reshaping with Endoscopic Canthopexy and Temporal Browlifts

The shape of the eyes plays a major role in one’s facial appearance. Improving eye shape has a long history in plastic surgery and historically relates to rejuvenation efforts with surgical removal of excess eyelid skin and fat as well as brow reshaping. Contemporary injections technique using neuromodulators and fillers help create favorable periocular changes Read More…

Assessment of the Effectiveness of the Endoscopic Temporal Browlift

Browlifting is often part of periorbital rejuvenation, whether it is done combined with blepharoplasties or, less frequently, in isolation. The most common type of browlift used today is the endoscopic technique primarily because of the limited incisions used. It’s effectiveness is based on two basic principles, adequate brow tissue release and a method for fixation Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Total Soft Tissue Forehead Reshaping with Frontal Hairline Advancement, Browlift and Temporal Implants

Background:  There are numerous dimensional considerations in forehead surgery. The contour of the forehead is controlled by the shape of the underlying bone centrally and the temporal muscles laterally which can be modified by either augmentation or reduction. The vertical length of the forehead, however, is controlled by the soft tissue landmarks of the frontal Read More…

Outcome Assessment of Glabellar Myectomies in Endoscopic Browlifts

Aging of the forehead affects multiple levels of tissue. Brows sag, horizontal wrinkle lines develop and vertical glabellar wrinkles lines/folds become more pronounced. Botox remains the mainstay of early prevention or treatment of these forehead changes. But unchecked or more advanced forehand aging is ultimately treated by a browlift operation. A browlift is the primary Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Temporal Browlift and Custom Skull Implants

Background: Custom skull implants provide a new method for changing the shape of the head through their ability to add volume in a controlled preoperatively designed fashion. By definition this makes the scalp tighter. That is certainly true initially although some scalp relaxation undoubtably occurs later. This is well known to me as some skull Read More…

Botox Injections for a Brow Lift Effect

  One of the most common uses for the well known aesthetic drug, Botox, is injection into the forehead. While it is most commonly used to treat horizontal forehead lines and vertical glabellar rhytids, it is also used to create a chemical brow lift. While such injections can be very effective, it it not uncommon Read More…

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