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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 not Read More…

The Transcutaneous Browlift – A Direct Brow Reshaping Method

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 remaining Read More…

Male Transpalpebral Browlift Using Endotine Fixation

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 the 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…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Female Pretrichial Browlift Surgery

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 losing Read More…

Multi Point Fixation Temporal Browlift

One of the signs of periorbital aging, amongst many, is the descent of the outer aspect or tail of the eyebrow. This is almost always more of an aesthetic issue in women than it is in men. For some women this may be the only aspect of brow descent that is troubling.  Botox injections are Read More…

Plastic Surgery Case Study – Browlifting Effect from Custom Skull Implant

Background: Skull implants are used today to treat a variety of aesthetic head shape concerns and deformities. While many think of skull implants of filling in craniotomy or other traumatic skull defects, aesthetic skull implants are placed in a subperiosteal onlay fashion to build out usually normal thickness skull bone areas. Skull implants placed in Read More…

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