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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 Horn Reduction

  Background: The shape of the frontal skull bone known as forehead is an important aesthetic facial feature. Since the forehead occupies one-third of the visible face it is not surprising that it has significant aesthetic value even though it seems like it is just a flat a amorphous structure. In reality there are very Read More…

Technical Strategies – Frontal Bossing Reduction

  Frontal bossing is a not uncommon forehead condition marked by variable amounts of upper frontal bone protrusion. This can appear as smaller bilateral concentric horns or as an overall larger convexity of the whole forehead. Such frontal bone development throws the whole forehead out of aesthetic balance for either male or female and becomes Read More…

Case Study – Total Forehead Reduction

  Background: The shape and size of the forehead is an important aspect of facial aesthetics. It is well known that it should compose up to one-third of the vertical facial height.  When exceeding this one-third proportion the forehead can look too large or be too dominant. The most common reason for a large forehead Read More…

Case Study – Forehead Bony Reduction with Hairline Advancement

  Background: The shape of the forehead is largely controlled by the development of the frontal bone of the skull. Frontal bossing is the term given to describe a prominent bulging forehead. This is usually most manifest in the upper forehead which can project outward beyond the wide profile of the brow bones in some Read More…

Case Study – Total Forehead Reduction

  Background: The shape of the forehead is affected by various hard and soft tissue components. The forehead is framed by the hairline superiorly, the brows inferiorly and the bony temporal lines to the sides. The projection of the forehead is controlled by the thickness of the frontal bone and its degree of convexity and Read More…

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