How to reduce my forehead and get rid of bones? (Photos)

si really hate my forhead, i don't know what to do with hair styles i always look ugly because of it, is there any solution to get a flat forhead and a smaller one ? Should i get a hairline lowering ? i personaly don't think so because i have bones, please help me !

Doctor Answers 4

How to reduce my forehead and get rid of bones? (Photos)

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Forehead reduction is a great option but there is a scar involved. When the scar matures it is possible to perform micrografts to concel the scar and create a better transition, if necessary.

Beverly Hills General Surgeon
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Female hairline lowering procedures

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There are two types of hairline lowering procedure options for women, and the video below discusses and shows examples of both

William Rassman, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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Prominent forehead

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Lowering the hairline can make it strt at the level where the curved prominence becomes vertical. This will give the appearsnce of a less promonent and flatter forehead. 

Sheldon S. Kabaker, MD FACS
San Francisco Facial Plastic Surgeon

Reducing My Forehead

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I am asked this question almost daily. Forehead reduction with hairline lowering will give you the balanced look you want. I don't see any problem with he contour of your bones. When Da Vinci described facial proportions he wrote that the distance between the eyebrows and hairline should be 1/3rd of the face. In front of a mirror bring your existing scalp hair down to this level; I think you'll be happy with the result.

Richard W. Fleming, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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