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Dr. Gross often performs an endoscopic forehead lift, or transbleph brow lift, for Orlando women and men who desire smoothing and elevation of the brow. This facial surgery procedure is particularly useful with younger patients, where the removal of excess skin is not required.
Dr. Gross is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon who gives his patients a youthful appearance with minimal incisions and scarring by using endoscopic forehead lift procedures. Request a consultation today, or call our office at (407) 333-3040.
Dr. Gross' endoscopic brow lift procedures are designed to rejuvenate the upper part of the face by:
Dr. Gross uses absorbable mini-plates called Endotines® to support the forehead lift during endoscopic surgery. He performs this procedure via tiny hidden incisions in the scalp that are not visible and heal rapidly. The mini-plates dissolve in 4 to 6 months, but the new brow position can last for 10 years or more.
Because this procedure affects the eyebrows, Dr. Gross often performs it in conjunction with upper eyelid surgery to achieve optimal results. He often uses computer imaging to preview your potential before any procedures.
Patients with more advanced facial aging may benefit more from a direct brow lift procedure than this less invasive endoscopic option.
"The new youthful brow position is usually maintained for 10 years, letting you enjoy your new look."
At Dr. Gross' practice near Orlando, endoscopic forehead lift cost varies per patient depending on the complexity of the procedure and a number of other factors. The cost typically ranges from $4,500 to $5,500, but your costs may differ. Dr. Gross is proud to offer financing through CareCredit®.
Performed as an outpatient procedure with general anesthesia in our AAAASF-approved surgical center in Lake Mary, an endoscopic forehead lift lasts an average of 1 hour.
Most Orlando brow lift patients can return to work 7 to 10 days after their endoscopic surgery, and more strenuous activities can follow several weeks later. You may experience some bruising, which will dissipate after 2 or 3 weeks. You will need to minimize sun exposure for several months following your surgery.
To learn more about this procedure, please view our Endoscopic Forehead Lift FAQ.
"An endoscopic procedure offers the advantages of minimal incisions and a quicker recovery while posing a reduced risk of scarring, bleeding, and hair loss."
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