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Endoscopic Browlift Houston

Just as the tissue in the lower face may sag creating a jowl, the upper face and eyebrows can droop, which weighs down the eyelid or forces tissue out over the eyelids, creating a hooding effect.

The traditional method of correction of this condition involves a direct incision above the eyebrows or along the hairline and the possibility of unsightly scars, excessive bleeding, forehead numbness and hair loss. Fortunately, we employ the use of the C02 Laser in conjunction with the amazing fiber optic miniature digital camera, the endoscope to gain greater visibility during the browlift procedure.

This technique allows for maximum flexibility and versatility during surgery. The results are an improved optimization, efficiency, and safety. By utilizing smaller, more precise incisions, a more aesthetically pleasing result and a quicker recovery are achieved. The incisions are well-hidden within the hairline. The muscles along and underneath the eyebrow are released allowing the main elevating muscle, the frontalis, to elevate the eyebrows in an unopposed position, much higher than before. After a brief recovery period, the upper facial area will naturally be tightened and raised to a more youthful sculpted position.


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