Endoscopic Brow Lift
The position of the eyebrows is often neglected when a patient’s facial structure and features are evaluated for surgical enhancement. When assessing tired, upset, or aging eyes, some make the mistake of thinking excess eyelid tissue is to blame. However, in many cases, lifting the eyebrow area instead of removing eyelid skin can be the better solution. For the active, working man, the idea of an extensive cosmetic procedure may not seem practical. Fortunately, Dr. Calabria offers the groundbreaking endoscopic brow lift, which produces stunning upper facial rejuvenation with a brief recovery period.
Endoscopic Brow Lift Process
Unlike a traditional brow lift, an endoscopic brow lift only requires four tiny incisions along the frontal hairline. Not only does this technique decrease the risk of developing hypertrophic scarring, but it also requires a much shorter recovery period than the conventional approach.
An endoscope (small surgical camera) is inserted through a series of tiny incisions to allow your surgeon to have a full view of the internal structures of the forehead without causing significant trauma to the face. In less than one hour, Dr. Calabria repositions and lifts the underlying tissue to a more youthful placement.
Naturally Youthful Appearance
The endoscopic brow lift is ideal for men who want to address signs of aging in the upper face because it does not result in an overdone appearance. Dr. Calabria is an acclaimed leader in surgical facial rejuvenation, and he is careful to provide his patients with natural, conservative results.
During your private consultation, Dr. Calabria will determine which facial enhancement approach is the most appropriate to achieve your aesthetic goals. The customizable nature of Dr. Calabria’s surgical techniques allows each patient to obtain the best results that complement their unique and masculine facial anatomy.Schedule a Consultation
During an endoscopic brow lift procedure, Dr. Calabria anchors the repositioned tissues and closes all incisions using completely absorbable sutures. These sutures are made of a material that dissolves over time; they do not need to be removed.
The recovery period after an endoscopic brow lift should only last a few days. Postoperative bruising and swelling may develop, but these side effects can be minimized by keeping your head elevated during the initial stage of recovery. Most patients return to work after one week, but strenuous activity and vigorous exercise must be avoided for at least four to six weeks.
Patients can expect mild discomfort after an endoscopic brow lift; however, the pain associated with this technique tends to be minor when compared to the recovery after a traditional brow lift procedure. Any post-op discomfort may be managed with oral medication.
Yes. Dr. Calabria often combines multiple facial enhancement techniques at the same time to produce the most comprehensive improvement. Some of the procedures that can be performed in conjunction with an endoscopic brow lift are as follows: