We frequently employ the endoscopic technique when performing brow lift surgery to rejuvenate the face. One key difference between the endoscopic brow lift and the traditional brow lift is the use of a cutting-edge medical tool called an endoscope.

The endoscope, a small tube that comes equipped with a light and a camera, is inserted into incisions during the procedure. This tool is used to give the plastic surgeon a much better view of the surgical area. The endoscope connects to a monitor, where the internal tissues of the face are shown in great detail.

Interested in arranging a consultation to learn more about the endoscopic brow lift from an experienced medical professional? Contact our office and make an appointment to meet with Dr. John Zannis, a skilled board-certified plastic surgeon.