Endoscopic lift is a technique of surgical face lifting using the endoscopic method, where all the manipulations are carried out through small incisions done in between the hair, and with the support of a camera system called endoscope. Due to the endoscopic access, the surgery leaves no visible scars, and its minimal invasiveness reduces injury during the intervention, significantly decreasing the recovery period.
Endoscopic lifting can be applied to the forehead and eyebrow area to rejuvenate the upper third of the face. Thus, effectively solving the problem of droopy eye corners, lifting the outer edge of the eyebrow, and eliminating deep wrinkles and folds in the temporal region.
Endoscopic lifting can also be applied to the midface, helping to tighten the tissues and restore the volume of the cheek area. With the endoscopic lift, the skin is not excised, so this kind of procedure is not recommended for patients with excess skin.