I’ve heard of something called a temporal browlift that can be performed right in the doctor’s office. How is this different from a traditional browlift and how effective is it?
A temporal browlift involves placing an incision in the hair and elevating the lateral aspect of the brow only. It can be effective in the right patient. We rarely perform this procedure however as we feel that in most patients the small amount of brow descent that is corrected by this procedure is not “true” descent, but rather loss of volume in the brow and is better corrected with volume replacement.
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