Forehead Reduction

Forehead reduction surgery, also known as hairline lowering surgery, is a procedure designed to reduce the height of the forehead and adjust the hairline, creating a more proportionate and aesthetically pleasing facial appearance.

The Procedure

During a forehead reduction surgery, incisions are carefully made along the hairline. The scalp is then advanced forward, reducing the forehead height and adjusting the hairline to create a more balanced facial profile.

Operation Duration and Techniques

The duration of a forehead reduction surgery is up to two hours. Techniques involve meticulous planning of incisions to achieve the optimal forehead height and hairline positioning for the individual. Careful consideration is given to preserve natural hair growth patterns.

Recovery and Follow-up

After the procedure, patients may experience swelling, mild discomfort, and temporary numbness along the incision line. Patients are advised to follow specific post-operative care instructions, which may include keeping the head elevated and avoiding strenuous activities. Most individuals can expect gradual improvement in swelling over several weeks. Consistent adherence to post-operative care instructions and attending follow-up appointments are crucial for optimal healing and achieving the desired forehead contour.
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