A forehead lift, AKA a brow lift, removes excess tissue and tightens the forehead skin. A traditional technique uses an incision across the top of the patient’s head right behind the hairline. The skin is lifted so the wrinkles are smoothed and the brows repositioned. Excess skin is removed and the incision is sealed with sutures. An endoscopic technique has 3-5 short incisions to gain access to the areas being treated. An endoscope is inserted through the incisions to allow the surgeon to view the area on a television screen. The forehead skin is lifted and the brows are repositioned while the muscles causing forehead lines are removed. Excess skin is removed and the incisions are closed.