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Forehead Lift (Endoscopic)

With a similar purpose to a classic forehead lift, an endoscopic forehead lift uses a specialised tube called an endoscope with 3-5 short scalp incisions less than 1 inch. The end of the tubes has a small camera for the surgeon to manipulate inner tissues with small access. With another tool, the forehead is lifted, excess tissues are then removed, and muscles are aligned. Non-smokers in their 40s-60s, who are generally healthy will be very suitable for this procedure.  Preparation may include a detailed history of medical history and medications, physical examination, smoking cessation, antiplatelet and anticoagulant withdrawal for about one week before surgery.

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