Forehead lift A forehead lift, also called a browlift or browplasty, is a cosmetic surgery procedure used to hoist a hanging eyebrow that may deter vision and additionally to expel the profound "worry" lines that keep running over the forehead. Endoscopic surgery is regularly utilized in forehead lifts. An endoscope is a surgical framework with thin, pencil-sized arms that are embedded through three to five incisions around 3/8 of an inch long. One of the instrument's arms is a lit camera that showcases what it sees under the patient's skin on a television monitor. Other arms on the Endoscope convey real surgical tools that perform cutting, or getting a handle on functions. The specialist monitors the television to guide his movements. Inconveniences are said to be rare and minor when a forehead lift is performed by a specialist prepared in the technique. In any case, it is feasible for the surgical procedure to harm the nerves that control eyebrow and forehead movements. Hair loss can happen along the scar edges in the scalp when a cut is made through the hairline. In addition, disease and bleeding are conceivable with any surgical strategy.