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Case Study – Feminizing the Female Brow and Forehead

  Background: The shape and protrusion of the brow bones has aesthetic implications for both men and women. While men can have some brow bone protrusion as a masculine facial feature, women should have a smooth and non-prominent brow bone shape that lacks any visible brow bone break up into the forehead. Brow bone reduction Read More…

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 Read More…

Techniques in Endoscopic Brow Lift Surgery

  The endoscopic brow lift has been the most popular forehead rejuvenation technique for some time now. Its appeal is that it eliminates most of the scalp or hairline scarring that occurs from either the traditional coronal or pretrichial incisional approaches. While this is certainly true it is also important to remember that it is Read More…

The Direct Browlift

  Browlift surgery is done by a variety of techniques. Most commonly it is performed from above lifting the brows using either an endoscopic, pretrichial, coronal or mid-forehead incisional approaches. Less commonly it is done from below with a transpalpebral technique pushing up the brows from below and securing with a reorbable Endotine device. The Read More…

Technical Strategies – The Pretrichial Temporal Browlift

  The position of the eyebrows on the brow bones over the eyes plays a major role in facial expression. Low eyebrows can convey an impression of anger or tiredness. Conversely, high eyebrows can make one look surprised  or very wide-eyed/alert. But beyond facial expression there are some basic gender differences in their shape as Read More…

Case Study – Male Transpalpebral Browlift

  Background: Aging effects the periorbital region through changes in the eyelids as well as the brows. Descent of the brows is a common feature of it but has aesthetic gender differences. Because men have a naturally lower and non-arched brow, some degree of brow sagging is much better tolerated in men than women. Unlike Read More…

The Transpalpebral Browlift Explained

  Correction/repositioning of sagging brows is done by well known browlift procedures. The vast majority of browlift surgeries are done in women with access to do the procedure coming from above in and behind the frontal hairline. The three different female browlift techniques (coronal, pretrichial and endoscopic) are chosen based on forehead skin length and Read More…

Technical Strategies – Endoscopic Browlift Fixation with LactoSorb Screws

  The most common surgical treatment today for sagging brows is the endoscopic browlift. As opposed to browlifts that involve long incisions and remove forehead or scalp tissue to create the lifting effect, the endoscopic technique uses minimal incisions and removes no tissue. It achieves a browlifting effect through a deep subperiosteal brow tissue release Read More…

Case Study – Female Pretrichial Browlift

  Background: Aging around the eyes is the earliest and most visible signs of facial aging. Periorbital aging affects both the upper and lower eyelids as well as the brows that sit above them. Unless the eyelids which develop excessive skin, the eyebrows age by ‘falling down’, changing their position on the brow bone and Read More…

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