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Can my hairline be lowered back to original position 8 weeks after endoscopic brow lift?
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I had an endoscopic brow lift on June 30, 2010. I am unhappy with my high hairline. My plastic surgeon says he can go in original incisions and remove sutures and bring hairline back to position. Is this possible?

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Plastic surgeon
Wayne, NJ
United States
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  Follow your surgeons advice since he performed the surgery
September 4, 2010 11:55 PM

It is unusual for the hairline to move after endoscopic brow lift. However, if the result is not to your liking and you want to undo the result, follow your surgeon's advice. Good (more)
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Plastic surgeon
Baltimore, MD
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  Lowering hairline
August 30, 2010 11:32 AM

After brow lift if the hairline is too high it can be lowered. The magnitude of the surgery depend on the original surgery and what was done .
Usualy endoscopic brow lidt does not change (more)
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Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
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August 29, 2010 6:43 AM

Yes. Best of luck. (more)
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