Frontal Hair Line Lowering Or Reconstruction
Frontal hairline lowering or reconstruction, also known as forehead reduction surgery, is a cosmetic procedure that involves moving the hairline forward to reduce the size of the forehead. The procedure is typically done on individuals with a high hairline or a large forehead, and can be performed on both men and women.
During the procedure, the surgeon will make an incision along the hairline, remove a strip of skin, and then move the hairline forward to reduce the size of the forehead. The incision is then closed using sutures.
The procedure can be done in a variety of ways, including scalp advancement, tissue expansion, and hair grafting. Recovery time varies depending on the extent of the procedure, but most patients can return to normal activities within a few days to a week.