Drooping brows often make the eyelids appear even droopier. An instrument called an endoscope has revolutionized many types of surgery including the brow lift. The endoscope is a tiny video camera that enables physicians to perform surgeries through very small incisions rather than the large, open incisions of more traditional methods. The incisions in the endoscopic brow lift are hidden in the hairline, leaving no noticeable scars. The tissue between the forehead and eyebrows is gently lifted, reducing wrinkles and raising the brow line to its natural youthful position. The brow can be repositioned with less trauma, less risk, and less recovery time for the patient. This procedure is generally performed under general anesthesia.