Endotine Endoscopic Forehead Lifting
What is Endotine?
The scar which is the largest post operative problem can be reduced by an innovative equipment called the endoscopy. The result of the surgery is determined by the combination of three elements, which are the desquamation of the required regions, the correctional actions of the facial expression muscles, and the solid fixation of the scalp and soft tissue that has been moved immediately after the surgery.
The ENDOTINE is an absorptive device and is used for various locations. The ENDOTINE Forehead is especially designed so that it can lift and maintain skin and soft tissue when performing the Forehead Lifting, and also it is a surgical instrument manufactured with a compound that can be absorbed completely after 9 to 12 months in order to maintain the tense of a certain period.
The ENDOTINE Forehead fixes the scalp tissue by contacting it with several wedges so that a uniformed lifting effect can be achieved.
Eyebrow and Forehead Lifting using the Endoscopy Equipment
Another technique, called an endoscopic forehead lift, involves the use of instruments along with a surgical endoscope placed under the forehead skin through small incisions. The procedure loosens the forehead skin and elevates the brows and smooth’s forehead wrinkles by stretching the loosened forehead tissues upward toward the top of the head. Suspending sutures are sometimes used between the underside of the stretched skin and the forehead bones to support the elevated skin and brows. The advantage of this surgical technique is smaller incisions, less bleeding, and faster healing. Often the skin of the scalp must also be loosened from the underside to allow the elevated and stretched skin to lay flat against the skull bones. The disadvantage of this technique is that it may result in elevating the patient's hairline higher than is cosmetically desired.