Endoscopic Brow Lift
You can go to almost every city in America, if not in the world, and look at the yellow pages or even the internet, and almost every single aesthetic practice says that Endoscopic Brow Lift tautening is what they can advertise.
It’s worth it to see that because you started with it I know right here in Birmingham, and we first got the idea of Dr. Luis Vasquez, it was his idea that he was a professor at the Mayo Clinic when I lived there and I said that you know that I am coming to Birmingham and working on it because he said he could not get anyone to work.
I came here and said that you know I want to work on it and I said that there is a lab there. I spent a year in the lab developing the technique, so I literally developed a technique in the lab and then Dr. Vasquez and I performed for the first time in April 1992. Since then, it has been standard technology and plastic surgery worldwide. So there is no one in the world who has more experience than me
Four-Mile Lowering of the Eyebrows The endoscopic approach is very effective. It contains small invisible incisions in the scalp and a subtle elevation of the outer aspects of the eyebrows. The endoscopic approach is useful for younger patients who only need to lift a few millimeters of eyebrows.
The limitation is not that only a few millimeters are available, but for the right patient, which can be just the right amount, the ideal patient is in Typically, in the 40s or 50s, a mild lift is required to lighten and open the eyes.
When more significant, a significant increase in eyebrow size is needed when the short incision or coronal approaches are best suited for ambulatory surgery and rest with less than a week downtime is pleasant.