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Frequently asked questions

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What is an Endoscopic Brow Lift?

The Endoscopic Brow Lift is a minimally invasive surgical procedure used to address aesthetic concerns in the forehead and eyebrow region.

What is the difference between a traditional Brow Lift and an Endoscopic Brow Lift?

While a traditional Brow Lift is more invasive, the Endoscopic Brow Lift is a less invasive technique with a shorter recovery period.

How is the Endoscopic Brow Lift procedure performed?

Small incisions are made, and endoscopic cameras are used to view the internal structures for adjustments of muscles and tissues.

What type of anesthesia is typically used?

The Endoscopic Brow Lift is usually performed under local anesthesia or sedation.

What are the advantages of the Endoscopic Brow Lift?

Its less invasive nature and a quicker recovery period are significant advantages for patients.

How is the elevation of the eyebrows achieved?

The goal is to reposition muscles and tissues to lift the eyebrows into the desired position.

How soon can I return to daily activities after an Endoscopic Brow Lift?

The recovery period is usually faster, and patients can typically return to their normal daily activities within a few days.

Who are suitable candidates for an Endoscopic Brow Lift?

Healthy individuals seeking aesthetic improvements in the eyebrow and forehead area are suitable candidates.

Are the results of an Endoscopic Brow Lift permanent?

Yes, an Endoscopic Brow Lift can provide natural and long-lasting results.

What are the risks associated with an Endoscopic Brow Lift?

Like any surgical procedure, there are risks such as infection, bleeding, or complications; however, these risks are minimal and uncommon. It’s important to have a detailed discussion with the doctor beforehand.

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