A brow lift is a complex surgery that tightens the tissue of the forehead and brow. When weighing your brow lift options, remember there are various types of brow lift; endoscopic, subcutaneous, and coronal are common options. Each method has its own unique incision pattern.
Patients with thicker hair often choose the coronal lift, since the single long incision on the scalp is camouflaged below the hair.
Patients with less hair or thinning hair often prefer endoscopic forehead lifts. Incisions are primarily hidden during this type of brow lift.
The most prominent incision comes from a subcutaneous lift, because it’s before the hairline, not above it on the scalp.
Consult with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon to determine which technique is right for you. Contact us at our office in Beverly Hills if you would like to discuss your brow lift options in further detail.