Smile with Confidence with an Endoscopic Mid Facelift and/or Brow Lift

They say that aging is just a state of mind.

But even people as young as in their 30s may disagree when their facial reflection starts to appear saggy and perpetually tired.

Though this isn’t a call for a full facelift, it could be time to consider an endoscopic mid facelift and/or brow lift.

What Is an Endoscopic Mid Facelift?

Depending on your skin elasticity, degree of sun exposure, and overall health, it’s not unusual for age related changes to start appearing in the mid face as soon as your 30s and 40s.

Plus, after several decades of laughing and smiling (which is nice and all), the nasolabial folds around your nose, mouth, and chin deepen. Your lips can also become downturned at the corners – giving you the appearance of sadness.

An endoscopic mid facelift is a popular and effective procedure to address these issues.

The Endoscopic Mid Facelift Procedure

The endoscopic mid facelift surgical procedure is less invasive than a full facelift.

Tiny incisions are placed inconspicuously along the hairline of your temple, as well as on the inside of the mouth. Using an endoscope, your surgeon is able to get an internal view from the place of the incisions.

The surgeon can then re-drape the drooping fat pads up and over your cheekbones where they were initially. This repositioning lifts and smoothes out those nasal furrows.

To achieve optimal results, an endoscopic mid face lift is frequently performed in conjunction with an endoscopic brow lift.

Which brings us to our next question:

What Is an Endoscopic Brow Lift?

It’s no surprise that while investigating the option of an endoscopic mid facelift, you may have noticed subtle (or not so subtle) changes in your brow as well. The brow is actually one of the first areas in the face to prove that aging is NOT just a state of mind.

The bony ridge under your eyebrow is called the orbital rim. As we age and skin begins to sag, the eyebrow begins to migrate onto the rim or even hang below it. This can leave you looking angry or sad all the time and can happen as soon as your 40s or even 30s.

For this reason, a brow lift is a popular procedure for those between 35 and 45 years of age. It is also a preferred alternative to upper eyelid surgery since there is a reduced chance of irritation due to impaired blink function and dry eyes.

Endoscopic Brow Lift Techniques

In the past, a coronal brow lift involved removing portions of the scalp and raising the hairline. The direct brow lift often resulted in visible scars on the face near the eyebrows.

But during an endoscopic brow lift, no skin is removed and the hairline stays in approximately the same position. Instead, your eyebrows and the musculature that supports them are merely lifted. When performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon, there is minimal scarring and hair loss, and fast healing.

It really is an amazing procedure.

Bring a Smile Back to Your Face

Restore a more youthful appearance to your face with an endoscopic mid facelift and/or eye brow lift.

Contact us today to set up your free consultation. Our trained surgeons will examine your facial features and structure, as well as your skin type and elasticity to ensure the best surgical outcome.

And then you can forget about those smile lines for a while!