How would I fix this problem? How much would it cost? (Photo)

my forehead protrudes outward and i wish for it to be flattened. what is the cause of this deformity?

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How would I fix this problem? How much would it cost?

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Forehead shape

The cause of your forehead shape is a combination of genetic and hormonal.  Men usually have strong brows and this is caused by thickening of the bone under the brow (supraorbital ridge).  Women tend to have a flatter contour here.  In your case, it seems to be that the transition from your frontal bone to the supraorbital ridge is what is causing the look of the prominence.  You should see a craniofacial plastic surgeon or someone who is comfortable dealing with bony plastic surgery.  There are several possibilities including filler, bone cement, bone recontouring, or cranioplasty, but there are many other considerations before deciding what option is right for your case. 
Good luck

Bony protuberance of forehead

If you want this fixed, you need to see a doctor who specializes in this type of surgery. Usually plastic surgeons of facial plastic surgeons do this

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