What’s an endoscopic forehead lift?
If anyone ha ever recommended an endoscopic forehead lift to you, you’re probably wondering — what’s an endoscopic forehead lift? It’s a forehead lift, also called a brow lift, which a facial plastic surgeon does using an endoscope. And what’s an endoscope? It’s a surgeon’s tool with a long tube and a tiny light and a camera or a lens at the end. It can be inserted into parts of the body so the surgeon can see them, and can be used to study joints, lungs, intestines, bile ducts, but when a facial plastic surgeon uses an endoscope, he or she often inserts it into the nose or an incision in the skin.
With that in mind, what is an endoscopic forehead lift? An endoscopic forehead lift is a brow lift in which the surgeon inserts an endoscope into an incision in the skin of the forehead to study the forehead and figure out to reverse the effects of aging on the skin of the brow. An endoscopic brow lift creates a more naturally youthful appearance than other sorts of brow llifts, especially when combined with face lifts, eyelid surgery and the careful use of fillers and/or BOTOX.
Charlotte’s most experienced facial plastic surgeon
Dr. Sean Freeman is the best facial plastic surgeon in Charlotte NC. He’s been certified by two different boards of surgery, the American Board of Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) and the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Since 1988 he has focused on facial plastic surgery and nonsurgical facial treatment, and he can do everything from laser tattoo removal to port wine stain treatment. As someone who has written several papers and taught many courses on the subject of brow lifts, he divides them into four types — the full brow lift, the three-quarter brow lift, the lateral brow lift and the asymmetric brow lift. If you’re wondering “What’s an endoscopic forehead lift, and where can I get one?” make an appointment with his office today or ask for an online consultation to get a discount on the consultation fee.