1. The patient is administered anesthesia and a sedative, if necessary.
  2. The surgeon makes an incision along the hairline, usually following the natural contours of the forehead.
  3. The surgeon will then remove excess skin and muscle to create a smoother and more lifted forehead.
  4. An endoscopic procedure may be used, in which several small incisions are made and a type of camera is inserted to assist in the procedure.
  5. The skin and muscles are then pulled back up and secured with sutures.
  6. The incisions are then closed, and bandages are applied to the area. 7. Depending on the patient’s individual needs, the surgeon may inject fat, fillers, or collagen to give the brows a more natural look.
  7. The patient is monitored by the medical team while they recover, and the patient may be given medications to help with any swelling or discomfort.
  8. The patient is advised to keep the area clean and dry and wear a headband or head wrap as directed.
  9. The patient may be asked to come in for follow-up visits to check the healing process and make sure the results are satisfactory

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