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Brow Lift

Additional to the endoscopic brow lift, there are other brow lift techniques those are suitable for each person.

SUBBROW LIFT

SubBrow Lift is a good procedure for ones who have brow drooping especially at tails of upper eyelids. The scar could be hidden at the bottom of eyebrows then they are less visible in long term. It also make the doyble lid fold obviously. Good condition for this technique is drooping eyebrow with wide space between eyebrows and eyelashes.

DIRECT BROW LIFT

Brow lift by excision of the skin above the brow is no longer as popular as it used to be. This is because it leaves a scar, which may be visible for a long time, and the hairline of the brow may have an unnatural look.

LATERAL BROW LIFT (TEMPORAL BROW LIFT)

Lateral brow lift is suitable for anyone with heaviness of the upper outer eyelids, crow's feet and sagging of the lateral eyebrows. A small incision is placed about one inch behind the hairline and follows the curvature of your hairline for several inches. 

BICORONAL BROW LIFT

The bicoronal brow lift allows the maximal effect of brow elevation with a well-camouflaged incision site. It is ideally suited for patients with significant brow ptosis, without frontal baldness.

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