ENDOSCOPIC FOREHEAD LIFT
Surgery without widely “opening”, by introducing a tiny camera to follow the operation on a TV screen, thanks to very precise equipment.
This results in minimum surgical trauma and reduced scars with aesthetic surgery only on the forehead and temples. This is called “Forehead Temple Endoscopic Lifting”.
This method corrects the signs of aging, just by small incisions of about 1 cm hidden within the scalp.
An endoscopic lifting corrects the changes on the upper part of the face and does away with the “tired” or “severe” look with a younger and more relaxed appearance.
The most common defects to be corrected:
Sinking brow, with horizontal wrinkles.
Sinking of the eye brows with excess skin on upper eyelids.
Wrinkles between eyebrows.
Crow’s feet wrinkles at the outer corner of the eyes.
There is no real pain after surgery except discomfort and a pulling feeling on the forehead temples and eye lids.
The first days one must rest and avoid all strain. An oedema and ecchymosis follow surgery, the impact and duration can vary from one patient to another from one to two weeks.
Surgery is not recommended before 30 years.