What happens during a brow lift?

A brow lift is called a browplasty or a forehead lift.  This procedure tightens the soft tissues of the forehead to rejuvenate the forehead skin, upper eyelids and eyebrows.  There are various brow lift methods, which vary in the length of the incisions and in the locations they are made.  An Open Brow Lift involves a long incision across the forehead and lifts the skin away from the tissue below.  The muscles below are loosened and any fat therein is removed.  Excess skin is then removed, the rest of the skin is pulled and the brow stitched into its new position.  An Endoscopic Brow Lift is so called because a long, thin tube attached to a video cam, is inserted through several tiny incisions in the scalp.  A Limited Incision Technique is a combination of both previous procedures.  It is recommended for those with marked crow’s feet.  The type of brow lift that will be performed