Coronal Brow Lift
During a coronal brow lift in Las Vegas, Dr. Engineer will begin by making a long incision across the top of the head, behind the hairline. Next, he will lift the forehead to a new position, overlapping with the incision, and smoothing the skin over the new contour of your forehead area.
Finally, excess skin is trimmed, and the incisions are closed. If, due to heredity, you are likely to lose hair, or your hairline is likely to move back, this may not be an ideal surgical choice for you.
Endoscopic Brow Lift
An endoscopic brow lift is accomplished by using several very small incisions at the hairline, through which a small camera, or endoscope, is inserted. With the aid of the camera and several very small, specialized tools, the surgeon will then the lift the forehead skin and tissues and secure them in place with sutures. These smaller incisions may reduce the risk of visible scarring.
Hairline Brow Lift
During a hairline brow lift, your plastic surgeon will make incisions both on the forehead and the hairline. Next, he will lift the forehead to meet the hairline incision, and trim excess skin.
Should you wish to ensure that your hairline is not moved or shifted during your brow lift, you may decide with your surgeon that this is your best choice of procedure.