The surgery of endoscopic brow lift regards the upper third of the face (forehead-side section of the lateral canthus). Over time, the front and the side section of the eyebrows lose their youthful appearance. Deep wrinkles develop horizontally across the forehead, as well as on the bridge of the nose, between the eyes, while the side sector of the eyebrow starts to droop giving a tired, aged appearance.
Endoscopic brow lift procedure rejuvenates by improving the visible signs of aging of the forehead and drooping eyebrows. Too often middle-aged women and men believe that the excess skin at the upper outside part of the upper eyelid area can be corrected just by removing it (upper blepharoplasty). Most of the times, this perception and approach is wrong due to the fact that this extra skin in the area is nothing more than the sagging of the upper face.
In too many cases, the relocation of the outside part of the eyebrow to a more youthful position provides a more relaxed youthful look.
During the necessary briefing provided to the patients by Dr Kretsis, he will determine the correct distance between the outside portion of the eyebrow, upper eyelid and the outside of the eye. A small simulation by pulling the skin on the outside portion of the eyebrow gives us the image of what the face will look like after the surgery.
Before and After | Brow Lift