What is Endoscopic Temporal Lift Operation?
The frontal muscle in the face area is the only muscle that raises the eyebrow and is effective up to the middle 2/3 of the eyebrow.
For this reason, when the age increases, the first part of the eyebrow that falls is the outer 1/3 of the eyebrow.
In some people, this may occur due to structural reasons.
This low eyebrow gives a sad and tired expression to the person.
The permanent solution to this surgically is the temporal lift operation. The operation takes about 1 hour and hospitalization is 0-1 days. Since the incision is made from the scalp, the probability of scarring in the area is very low.
The operation is performed under general anesthesia or sedo-anesthesia. Usually no drain is placed.
Edema and bruising usually pass within 3-5 days, and then normal life can be returned. Stitches are removed on the 7th or 8th day and plasters are adhered to the skin in case of edema in the area.
Temporal Lift Operation