The duration of migraine lift is directly related to the surgical method. In general, methods such as thread lift or endotain have a much shorter lifespan than open surgical lift methods and a higher risk of recurrence.
The survival rate of migraine lift with surgery also depends on which layer of the face the surgeon lifts. If the surgeon has only removed the skin, the survival rate will naturally be low.
Ideally, the surgeon should also lift the muscles in the migraine area along with the skin. In this case, surgery will have the longest lasting.
The passage of time may affect the outcome of the surgery, as the muscles lose some of their strength over time, but note that this does not mean a return to normal. In fact, the result of the migraine lift will make you old. The results of surgery with this method last about 7 to 15 years.