Tuberculum sellae meningiomas represent approximately 5-10% of intracranial meningiomas. Although benign, they are associated with substantial morbidity, especially visual disturbance. At present, there are three main treatment options for patients with tuberculum sellae meningiomas: observational, with serial imaging follow; microsurgical resection; and stereotactic radiosurgery. The advantages of the supraorbital eyebrow craniotomy are the direct visualization of the anterior cranial fossa, anterior circulation, and the optical apparatus, reducing the extent of brain retraction, and the absence of risks of temporalis muscle hypotrophy and posterior chewing discomfort. Conversely, minor drawbacks are a steeper learning curve related to a narrower surgical corridor than a standard frontotemporal approach and the minimal risk of supraorbital nerve injury.[1,3].