An endoscopic forehead lift is performed with the help of an endoscope, which is an instrument designed to allow the surgeon to see the tissues and other structures underneath the skin of the forehead.
The classic, or open, forehead lift involves a long incision along the top of the forehead and lifting of the skin of the forehead. The second type of forehead lift, known as an endoscopic lift, is performed with special instruments
Aftercare for a classic forehead lift is somewhat more complicated than for an endoscopic procedure.
Headaches for a day or two after surgery. This complication is much more common with a classic forehead lift than with endoscopic surgery
A forehead lift is a specialized procedure performed only by a qualified plastic surgeon
The classic forehead lift takes about one to two hours and may be performed with either general or local anesthesia.
The cosmetic effects of a forehead lift last between five and 10 years, depending on the person's age and the condition of their skin when the procedure was performed.
A forehead lift is a cosmetic surgery procedure intended to improve a person's appearance by correcting the shape of the eyebrows and reducing horizontal wrinkles or furrows in the skin of the forehead.
It is also known as a brow lift.
Endoscopic fetoscopy requires a high level of skill and experience by fetal surgeons and is performed in a hospital setting.
Colonoscopy can be performed either in a physician's office or in an endoscopic procedure room of a hospital.
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According to the AACS, 13.4% of cosmetic surgery patients take out loans to finance their procedure. In 2002, the average cost of a forehead lift was $3300.