Forhead Lift


It reduces forehead wrinkles, drooping eyebrows, hooded eyes, forehead wrinkles and frown lines by removing excess tissue, altering muscles and tightening the forehead skin. This procedure is performed using an endoscope, which requires three to five short incisions, but allows access to the relevant areas to be treated using a camera and monitor to visualize the dissected areas.


From one to two hours.


Local anesthesia and intravenous sedation. :

Possible Side Effects:

Temporary swelling, numbness, headache, and bruising for about a week.


Asymmetric appearance, rarely persistent areas of numbness.


The patient is usually back to work within seven to ten days and even sooner with an endoscopic forehead lift. The patient should limit strenuous activities for several weeks. Sun exposure should be limited for several months to avoid hyperpigmentation of the forehead that can occur as a result of exposure to sunlight during the first 3-6 months after the procedure.


This procedure usually lasts for up to five to ten years.

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