What Does It Involve?

The procedure involves small 1cm stab incisions behind the hairline and elevation of the forehead skin from the underlying facial bone. The skin is resuspended with sutures in the scalp. In some cases where only minor adjustment is required, a dissolvable device can be placed behind the brow through an upper eyelid incision (Transbleph Endotine), usually in combination with upper blepharoplasty. The scar is hidden in the eyelid crease and the brow is re-positioned. In very rare occasions, a full browlift with a scar transversing from ear to ear is still the preferred choice. Mr. Ho-Asjoe will assess your suitability and guide you accordingly.

After Surgery

Patients will experience bruising and swelling for a few days. Some will experience a headache which can usually be relieved with analgesia.


The surgery is usually carried out in combination with other facial procedures such as blepharoplasty, facelift.



I am very satisfied as Mr Ho-Asjoe is very patient and takes the time to consider what’s best for the patient, respecting their needs, unlike other doctors I have seen. I have had a great experience and would happily refer friends and family to him.


Doctor Mark is one of the best surgeon. Can’t complain about the result, simply perfect.


Mr Mark Ho-Asjoe did my tummy tuck on the 13/4/17. Before surgery he explained the procedure and showed me pictures of surgeries he undertook. He clearly informed that i may have scarring after the operation, however I am please with the result. After the surgery Mr Mark Ho-Asjoe reassured me that if there were any problems I should contact him immediately any time of the day, which i found reassuring and alleviated any anxieties i may have had. The after care received was top notch and will definitely use him again for any future operation(s).


Mark is the consummate professional and will never entertain any unnecessary surgery. He is kind and considerate and listens. His skills are second to non and attention to detail, perfect. A wonderful experience which you can rarely say when having surgery.

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