A sagging brow can cause the eyelids to become droopy, and a brow lift may be a more appropriate procedure to undergo in some cases. A brow lift can be combined with a blepharoplasty or eyelid surgery at times to fully correct the symptoms caused by this condition. In the last several years, several newer techniques have been developed to elevate the brow. These techniques require smaller incisions, pose less risk of scarring and damage to sensory or motor nerves in the area, and typically have quicker recovery times. These techniques include an internal brow pexy using either a suture or other fixation device such as a screw or Endotine. An endoscopic lift is performed through small surgical incisions in or near the hairline. The dissection is done, and the brow is suspended.