The shape and length of the forehead can spoil an otherwise pleasing aesthetic. For most people, the appearance of this feature is determined by genetics. Whether you have a naturally long or prominent forehead, or it is the result of a receding hairline, there are cosmetic treatments that can help.
Even if you were blessed with good genetics, illness or injury can also dramatically change the shape and appearance of the forehead. Bulges, indents and scarring are just some of the issues that will have an impact on any prominent feature.
Receding Hairline Treatments
Where a receding hairline is responsible for the changes in forehead shape, there are two main treatment areas suitable for most patients. The first set of options includes hair transplant procedures and therapies. Replacing lost hair and volume will reduce the appearance of a longer forehead and restore a more useful aesthetic.
Hairline lowering is a surgical procedure that is generally used to add two inches of additional hairline. Not all patients are ideal candidates for this treatment. However, your surgeon may still recommend hairline lowering where combination or supplementary treatments would produce satisfactory outcomes.
Additional Forehead Treatments
Depending on the aspects of your forehead that are making you unhappy, there are several additional treatments to improve shape and appearance. Scar revision surgery, removal of moles and eyebrow procedures can all impact the aesthetics of the forehead. A consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon in Atlanta, GA will help you decide which options are right for you.
To learn more about what shapes the forehead, speak to expert facial specialist, Dr. Benjamin C. Stong. As a double board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Stong can help you achieve all your aesthetic goals with affordable and effective treatment options.
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5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd NE, #910
Atlanta, GA 30342
Phone: (404) 963-6665