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There are a few surgery techniques that can be used for a brow lift, and your doctor will help you select the most appropriate option for you.

A brow lift can be accomplished with traditional “open” cosmetic surgery or endoscopic surgery.  The traditional surgery method uses an incision made behind the hairline.  You may want to grow your hair out before surgery so that it is long enough to cover the healing incision after surgery.  For people who are bald or balding, a mid-scalp incision minimizes the appearance of the incision scar. 

Endoscopic surgery is less invasive than traditional surgery.  The surgeon uses a tiny camera, an endoscope, to guide the surgery.  Several small incisions are made behind the hairline to insert narrow surgery instruments.  Through visualization through the camera, appropriate muscles can be resected or released and sutures accurately place to raise the brow skin.

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Secondopinions.com provides medical second opinions and consultation services in all areas of medicine, including radiology. Getting a second opinion for Brow Lift treatment is now at your finger tips due to our patent pending cloud technology. We've made it possible for anyone to receive a Brow Lift second opinion in the privacy of their home or office.

Our medical specialists are available 24/7/365 to provide you with a second opinion regarding your Brow Lift treatment and whether or not you need this treatment. Our goal is to help patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and procedures whenever possible. If you were recommended by your physician to undergo a Brow Lift and are not sure what to do, our expert physicians are here to help you obtain a proper diagnosis.

At SecondOpinions.com, our board certified specialists are available in every medical specialty. Orthopedic doctors are standing by to re-evaluate your tests and images, if available, and to be certain that you have the most accurate diagnosis regarding a Brow Lift treatment.

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  • To make sure that no important detail was accidentally overlooked.
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Whether you are diagnosed with a medical condition or simply have a question, before you decide, we are here to help 24/7/365! Our medical specialists including orthopedic doctors are trained at top US hospitals and will provide a reliable, professional and independent second medical opinion about your Brow Lift treatment.

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