Browlifts can revitalize drooping or lined foreheads, helping you to look less angry, sad or tired.
Using either traditional or minimally invasive (endoscopic) methods, the muscles above the eyes are altered to smooth lines and raise the eyebrows for a more youthful appearance.
The procedure is often combined with other operations such as blepharoplasty and facelifts to improve the look of the eyes and other areas of the face.
In a traditional browlift the surgeon makes a coronal incision behind the hairline, stretching between the ears and across the top of the forehead.
In a minimally invasive (endoscopic) browlift the surgeon makes three to five short incisions; then an endoscope (a slim instrument with a camera on the end) is placed in one incision while the surgeon works through the other incisions.