An endoscopic forehead lift
An endoscopic forehead lift is an option if you have a sagging brow or deep furrows between the eyes. This procedure is frequently performed in association with an upper eyelid blepharoplasty to elevate the eyebrows and reduce the amount of skin that needs to be removed from the upper eyelids. Several small incisions are made behind the hairline, and an endoscope (small camera) is used for visualization to remove the muscles that produce the frown lines and reposition the eyebrows at a higher level.
An indirect brow lift
The indirect brow lift is performed through an upper eyelid incision which is made at the natural crease of the eyelid. The brow area is accessed through that same incision. Once the eyebrow area is reached, the tissue is raised to the desired height and sutures are placed to firmly secure it into place.