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Forehead Reduction

Forehead Reduction Surgery in Istanbul

Forehead reduction, also known as hairline lowering surgery, is a cosmetic procedure designed to reduce the size of the forehead and lower the hairline. This procedure is often sought by individuals who have a high hairline or a disproportionately large forehead, which can be a source of self-consciousness.

How Is Forehead Reduction Surgery Performed?

During forehead reduction surgery, an incision is made along the hairline, and a portion of the forehead skin is removed. The remaining scalp is then advanced forward and sutured into place, effectively lowering the hairline and reducing the size of the forehead. This procedure is tailored to each individual's unique facial anatomy and desired outcome.

Healing Process After Forehead Reduction Surgery

Following forehead reduction surgery, patients can expect some swelling, bruising, and mild discomfort, which can be managed with prescribed pain medication. It is important to follow post-operative care instructions provided by the surgeon, which may include keeping the head elevated, avoiding strenuous activities, and attending follow-up appointments.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Forehead Reduction

What kind of anesthesia is used in forehead reduction?
Forehead reduction surgery is typically performed under general anesthesia to ensure the patient's comfort and safety throughout the procedure.

Is the Result of the Surgery Permanent?

The results of forehead reduction surgery are considered permanent, providing patients with a long-term solution to their concerns about forehead size and hairline position.

Is It Very Painful After the Surgery?

Post-operative discomfort following forehead reduction surgery is usually manageable with prescribed pain medication and tends to diminish as the healing process progresses.

How long does the surgery take?

The duration of forehead reduction surgery can vary depending on the individual's specific needs and the complexity of the procedure, typically ranging from 2 to 4 hours.

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