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Case Study – Tail of Brow Bone Reduction

  Background: Reduction or augmentation of the brow bones is typically thought of as a horizontal change in their prominence. Such movements create more or less of a brow bone prominence most easily seen and appreciated in a lateral or side view. Such degrees of horizontal brow bone prominence is very gender-specific and is the Read More…

Forehead Feminization Surgical Techniques

  One of the many important areas to change in facial feminization surgery (FFS) is that of the forehead. The typical male forehead has a prominent brow bone, a visible brow bone break into the upper forehead and a central forehead area that is often flat or even slopes backward to some degree. This is Read More…

Technical Strategies – Transpalpebral Brow Bone Reduction

  Brow bone reduction is one of numerous types of facial bone reshaping procedures. In its most traditional sense it is done to reduce the horizontal or forward projection of the brow bones. In essence this is to reduce the bulge or outward prominence of them. This is usually done either in men with very Read More…

Brow Bone Reduction with Mid Forehead Nerve Sparing Technique

  Excessive brow bone protrusion, known as brow bone hypertrophy, is a well recognized phenomenon that is due to over pneumatization of the frontal sinus. While many people think that it is due to excessive bone growth, it is actually due to an over enlargement of the frontal sinus air cavity. This pushes out the Read More…

Mid-Forehead Approach for Male Brow Bone Reduction

  Reduction of the prominent brow bones can be done by two basic techniques and is done for different reasons/patient populations. (e.g., prominent male brow, part of facial feminization surgeries) The type of patient and the degree of brow bossing will determine the best surgical technique. In some cases augmentation of the forehead above the Read More…

Five Things You Did Not Know About Brow Bone Reduction

  Brow bone reduction is often aesthetically necessitated when the frontal sinus air cavities become too large. This is almost exclusively a male problem since the development of the frontal sinuses is highly related to levels of circulating testosterone and growth hormone during development. As a result, it is often associated with other strong facial Read More…

Case Study: One-Sided Brow Bone Reduction

  Background: Prominent brow bones are the direct result of the development of the underlying frontal sinus. While all of the frontal forehead bone above the brows is very solid and thick skull bone, the brows are made up of air with only thin bone in front and back of its thickness. The anterior or Read More…

Patient Testimonials: Brow Bone Reduction/Forehead Reshaping

Brow Bone Reduction and Forehead Reshaping ‘Had brow bone and forehead bone reshaping done recently by Dr. Eppley. The results are amazing. I had a really big protruding brow bone that made me look like a Neanderthal man. The whole process was very smooth and transparent. A large amount of bone was removed, some of Read More…

Postoperative Instructions for Brow Bone Reduction Surgery

Most brow bone reductions need to be done through an open scalp incision. Unless the amount of brow bone reduction is very minimal (a few millimeters) the underlying frontal sinus must be factored into the operative technique. Brow bone reductioin can be done by burring, burring and infracture and removal of the brow bone with Read More…

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