Although men are said to age better than women, that doesn’t stop you feeling insecure about wrinkles, excess skin and drooping facial features. A simple procedure that can combat these issues is an endoscopic brow lift, which is used to correct the position of your eyebrows. Tackling the key signs of ageing, this treatment raises your eyebrows, removes excess skin (which can cause hooding on your upper eyelids) and also reduces any forehead wrinkles. Softening frown lines and producing an energetic and youthful appearance, this is a minimally invasive procedure that can really make a difference to how you look.

What does the procedure involve?

Usually taking between one to two hours, the surgery is performed via five small incisions that are normally concealed within your hairline. The operation is done using an endoscope, also known as a surgical telescope – this allows your surgeon to have a clear view of the muscles and tissues underneath your skin. Using another instrument, your skin will then be lifted to an optimal position (sometimes muscle will be removed or altered too).

What should I expect during recovery?

Because endoscopic treatments use smaller incisions, you may find that you experience less of the traditional symptoms of this procedure, for example, an itching sensation and temporary scalp numbness. You may also be ready to return to your normal routine quicker too as well as have less visible scarring.

Can an endoscopic brow lift be used in conjunction with other procedures?

Although you can have an endoscopic brow lift by itself, it is more frequently combined with various facelift techniques, as well as upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty. These treatments all work harmoniously to produce a revitalised face and neck area.

Do you have any more questions? Would you like to book a consultation? Get in touch with us today by calling 020 7118 6887.


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