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Reduction of the Anterior Temporal Line in Forehead Reshaping

  Forehead reshaping consists of a variety of augmentative and reductive procedures to affect on overall appearance change. In some cases they were done together but, more times than not, they are done as isolated forehead augmentation or forehead reduction procedures. Bony reduction can be done on the brow bones and the frontal bone of Read More…

Case Study – Male Forehead Horn Removal

  Background: The forehead is typically a flap surface above the brow bones. While the angulation of the forehead varies amongst individuals it is still a generally flat surface. The mid and upper forehead is prone to bossing (too much convexity) but usually has few other specific abnormalities. One type of forehead contour abnormality is Read More…

Case Study – Male Total Forehead Reshaping

  Background: The forehead occupies one-third of the face’s surface area. It also has a lot of animation effects from changes in eyebrow position and the creation of various horizontal and vertical wrinkle lines. But short of motion the shape of the forehead and the surrounding hair locations also impact the impression of one’s facial Read More…

Case Study – Forehead Ridge Reduction

Background: There are a wide variety of shape deformations that can occur in the forehead. Most of these are caused or influenced by some congenital or developmental influence on the frontal bone forms. Bump, lumps, prominences, flatness and asymmetries are how they present which are readily apparent give the very visible and broad surface of Read More…

Case Study – Forehead Asymmetry Surgery

  Background: The forehead occupies a full third of the human face and sometimes than that based on the location of the frontal hairline. While the forehead does not draw one’s attention, like the lower two-thirds of the face due to the sphincteric motion of the eyes and mouth, its broad surface can not be Read More…

Case Study – Forehead Reconstruction with Hydroxyapatite Cement

  Background: Many well known congenital skull deformities (craniosynostoses) are treated by early surgery, usually under one year of age. While this allows the developing brain more space to grow and have it help shape the overlying skull, the final shape of the skull is rarely ideally normal. Scar, growth potential and genetics all play Read More…

Case Study – Forehead Osteoma Removal

  Background: Osteomas are the most common bony tumor of the craniofacial skeleton. They are benign bone growth that is typically seen growing on another piece of bone. They appear as an outcropping or ‘mushroom’ of slowly growing bone and are easily disinguishable by appearing as a hard bump on an otherwise smooth bone surface. Read More…

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