Where exactly are the incisions made for a browlift? Are they visible after surgery? What if you have a receding hairline?
There are several different types of incisions for brow lift. Direct-just above the eyebrow which is not advised; mid-forehead- utilizing a forehead wrinkle line and is appropriate for men with a receding hairline and deep forehead rhytids; tricophytic-at the hairline which is appropriate for women with a high hairline; coronal- open incision in the hair; and endoscopic where the incisions are placed in the hair, are separated and smaller. Endoscopic is the most common procedure performed today. With a receding hairline either a mid-forehead of an endoscopic approach would be appropriate.
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