What you should know about the Temporal Lift
The Temporal Lift is done through a small incision in the temple behind the hair line. It lifts the tail of the brow and the corner of the eye. Similar to the internal brow suspension, the temporal lift is very effective on the lateral brow (brow tail) but has virtually no effect on the medial brow. Consequently, this procedure is ideal for women with a flat brow configuration where the lateral brow would benefit from being lifted more than the medial brow.
Although this procedure requires a different incision from the blepharoplasty, the scar is invisible once healed because of a special technique that allows the hair shafts to grow through the incision line.
Length of surgery: 20-30 min
Anesthesia: light sedation
Hospitalization: ambulatory (day surgery)
Downtime: 1-2 weeks