Lift Your Spirits

Minimally invasive Endotine face lift procedures, performed by a board certified plastic surgeon, provide more natural results that can last for years – not just months.

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Endotine® Facial Procedures

Endotine implants are used in a variety of facial procedures including brow lifts, midface (cheek) lifts and lower-face (neck) lifts, to suspend and anchor your lifted soft tissue for a renewed look.

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How Endotine Works

Endotine implants use small tines (or prongs) that securely attach and hold soft tissue into place. The tines are designed to reduce tissue strain often associated with sutures.

There are five types of implants, each purposely designed for its associated procedure.

ProcedureTargeted AreasImplants Used
Brow Lifts Forehead and BrowEndotine Forehead or Forehead-Mini
Direct Brow Lifts Focused on Brow and Upper-eyelidEndotine Transbleph
Cheek LiftsMidface: Lower-eye and CheekEndotine Midface
Neck Lifts Lower-face: Neck and Jowl Endotine Ribbon
Endotine Implant Locations on the Face
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Endotine Forehead Implant

Tiny tines gently lift.

More Natural Lift

The result of an Endotine procedure is a more natural, revitalized appearance that doesn’t appear overdone or “pulled.” This is due to the implant’s design that gives plastic surgeons greater aesthetic control of adjustments.

Endotine Forehead Procedure Eyes Before

Endotine Forehead Procedure Eyes After


Endoscopic Procedure

Endotine implants primarily use endoscopic (minimally invasive) procedures, which have benefits over conventional “open” procedures.

Small Incision Lines

Smaller Incisions, Less Scarring

Lightning Bolt

Faster Post-Operative Recovery

Heart with Cross

Less Pain, Swelling and Bruising

Hour Glass

Reduced Operating Time

However, depending on your needs and the look you want to achieve, Endotine may be used with a combination of endoscopic and open procedure techniques.


Typically, it takes 30 to 60 days for the lifted tissue to completely reattach in its new position.

During this time, the Endotine implant gradually dissolves until it is completely absorbed by the body, meaning you won’t need a second surgery for removal (like with screws) and is an improvement over non-absorbable sutures, which remain implanted long after they are needed for fixation.

Endotine implants are made from a substance called polylactic acid, which is produced from plant materials to create a substance that naturally dissolves and is absorbed by the body.

Endotine Implant Dissolving
Endotine Versus Injections and Fillers Graph

Longer Lasting

See results for years, not months. An Endotine lift can provide years of rejuvenation value.

Unlike treatments such as injections that must be repeated two to three times per year, an Endotine procedure can last for many years. The long-term value is compelling if you consider the costs over five years and the required number of injection treatments.

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Locate a surgeon in your area who is certified in the use of Endotine procedures.