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Direct Incisional Access for Tail of the Brow Bone Implant

  Augmentation of the brow bones has been done by a variety of materials and surgical approaches. Over the years I have evolved to doing brow bone augmentation using custom design implants placed through an endoscopic approach. This provides the greatest amount of complete brow bone augmentation with the least amount of incisional length to Read More…

Case Study – Endoscopic-Assisted Custom Forehead Implant Placement

  Background: The best method to aesthetically augment the entire forehead is with a custom implant approach. Being able to select the exact dimensions and shape of the implant beforehand and design it on the patient’s 3D CT scan offers a huge aesthetic advantage over creating the augmentation by hand intraoperatively with bone cements. While Read More…

Male Custom Brow Bone Implants

  The shape and appearance of the forehead is highly influenced by the appearance of the brow bones. While usually taken for granted when they are normal, the brow bones or supraorbital rims serve as the roof/overhang of the eye.  A strong or weak bony overhang influences the appearance of the eye as well as Read More…

Endoscopic Brow Bone Implant Incisions/Scars

  Brow bone augmentation can be done using a variety of techniques and materials. The most common approach has been an open scalp or hairline incision using bone cements to do the buildup of the brow bones. While effective it does necessitate a long incision that is fairly distant from the implantation site and the Read More…

The Custom Brow Bone Implant

  Brow bone augmentation is often desired and requested by men for a more masculine appearance. While injectable fillers and fat can provide some temporary augmentative effects, a sustained and stronger brow bone effect requires placement of a non-resorbable material. While an implant would be such a permanent method, there is no preformed brow bone Read More…

Case Study – Brow Bone Implant Augmentation in Men

  Background: One of the main characteristics of the male forehead are the brow bones. They usually are more pronounced than the projection of the forehead creating a brow bone break between the two structures. Brow bones occur in men due to the larger growth of the underlying frontal air sinuses, a result of a Read More…

Case Study: Endoscopic Placement of Custom Brow Bone Implants

  Background: The forehead occupies one-third of the face and has a significant role to play in overall facial aesthetics. One component of the forehead is the prominence of the supraorbital rims, also known as the brow bones. How prominent they are affects the shape of the forehead and the appearance of the eyes. The Read More…

The Uniqueness of Male Plastic Surgery – Facial Procedures

  The facial aging process is one that is well known as everyone will eventually see it on their face. The eyes get heavy, the brows descend, the cheek fall, jowls develop and the neck sags. Women become concerned earlier in the aging process and proceed to do procedures to treat or slow it down Read More…

Brow Augmentation by Fat Injections

One of the reasons that fat grafting has become so popular in plastic surgery is its versatility. Because of small cannula delivery techniques, fat grafts can literally be placed just about anywhere in any amounts. This has led to fat grafting becoming a near universal method for soft tissue augmentation and, more selectively, bony augmentation. Read More…

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