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Forehead Reduction by Frontal Hairline Lowering – Long-Term Results

The long upper third of the face, or the vertically long forehead, can only be treated by one fundamental approach…lower the hairline. To do such forehead reduction requires either hair transplantation or the frontal hairline advancement procedure. There are advantages and disadvantages to either approach and neither one is an ideal solution to every patient. Read More…

OR Snapshots – Calf Implants and the Peroneal Nerve

Calf implants involve dissection from incisions on the back of the knee inferiorly down to the gastrocnemius muscle fascia. The fascia is then entered so that the implant can be placed underneath it on top of the muscle. There are two gastrocnemius muscles,  an inner or medial muscle belly and an outer or lateral muscle Read More…

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