How an endoscopic brow lift is performed
The skin on your forehead gets less stretchy with age. The muscles of your forehead form wrinkles in the skin that get more visible as the skin sags. Also, the skin tends to migrate to the center of the brow. So a brow lift isn’t just a matter of lifting the skin straight up. A device called an endoscope can be inserted under the skin of the forehead, letting the surgeon see precisely how muscles and sinews are attached to the skin and bone of the patient’s forehead. This can be combined with fillers and laser treatments, or with face lifts and eyelid surgery. Different procedures can be used in order to preserve the masculinity or femininity of the face.
Charlotte’s most experienced facial plastic surgeon
The best person to go to for a brow lift in Charlotte is Dr. M. Sean Freeman. He has been certified by two different surgery boards, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Since 1988 he has done only facial plastic surgery and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures. He was one of the first doctors in the United States to perform endoscopic brow lift surgery. As someone who has written several papers and taught many courses on the subject, he divides brow lifts into four types — the full brow lift, the three-quarter brow lift, the lateral brow lift and the asymmetric brow lift. Call his office or request an online consultation today.