If you’re interested in a brow lift, you may be trying to decide between getting an endoscopic brow lift or a traditional coronal brow lift. One major difference between the endoscopic brow lift and the coronal brow lift is the type of incisions that will be created.

Instead of one large incision, three to five much smaller incisions will be made at the patient’s hairline during an endoscopic brow lift. Having smaller incisions helps to minimize the necessary recovery time, as well as problems with numbness and hair loss.

In general, the endoscopic brow lift procedure is less invasive. To find out more about the endoscopic brow lift from a doctor who helped pioneer the procedure, pay a visit to Dr. Yoash Enzer. A board-certified surgeon and Rhode Island’s top laser and cosmetic specialist, Dr. Enzer will be able to answer any questions you may have about the endoscopic brow lift. Arrange an appointment by contacting us.