I’ve heard of something called a temporal browlift that can be performed right in the doctor’s office. How is this different from a traditional brow lift and how effective is it?
A temporal browlift uses a small incision behind the hairline in the temple area to raise the lateral brow. It does not change the upper or mid forehead or brow. In selected patients it can easily be performed in the office under local anesthesia. Like all procedures the effect is terrific if that is the area you need corrected.