Brow bone augmentation is mainly performed to highlight the eyebrow bones and intentionally boost the relative difference between the eye socket and eyebrow. This not only deepens the eye socket and makes the forehead more stereoscopic but also sculpts profound and Western eyes, which are adored by patients in favor of the face features of multiracial people or foreigners. This surgery is concentrated at the margin of the orbital bone near the eyebrow, and implants are primarily thick Gore-Tex, available in thicknesses of 4 or 7 mm. The surgical incision is determined by the degree and scope of change that the patient wants to make. For large-area brow bone augmentation or the presence of concurrent forehead augmentation, an incision needs to be made at the scalp posterior to the hairline, while for small-area brow bone augmentation, an incision should be created at the anterior or posterior end of the eyebrow lower margin, which entails subperiosteal space detachment before the emplacement of a well-sculpted Gore-Tex prosthesis. This surgery is also frequently performed along with forehead augmentation using a forehead implant to achieve more complete and distinct results.