The Endoscopic Browlift


Endoscopic Browlift

Aging of the upper face often presents with eyelid skin hooding and “crow’s feet” around the outer eyes. As the eyebrows fall, it often results in an angry and tired appearance. Dr. Romo uses an endoscopic browlift to address the surgical management of this problem. The technique elevates the eyebrows to their youthful position, thereby diminishing the excess skin on the upper lid. Often, a temporal lift is incorporated within this procedure to further reduce the “crow’s feet” and “cheek bags”, which are commonly referred to as festoons. The browlift establishes a sequence of surgical techniques that leads to a natural youthful and rejuvenated appearance without endangering the eyes and eyelid function.
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Manhattan Facial Plastic Surgeon