Most brow-lifting procedures are surgeries that elevate the entire eyebrow. These can be performed with either a large external incision, or less invasively through small scalp incisions using endoscopes and instruments below your scalp and forehead.
I currently favor a temple-lift that leaves the middle of your eyebrow alone and elevates the tail of your eyebrows which are closest to your temples. Lifting the tail, and not the central eyebrow is rejuvenating, minimally invasive, and a more favorable procedure for forehead rejuvenation.
I hope this is helpful for you.
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