Forehead reduction surgery is a procedure that can help to reduce the height of the forehead. Larger foreheads may be due to genetics, hair loss, or other cosmetic procedures, this surgical option also known as Hairline lowering surgery can help balance the proportions of the face.
The procedure typically takes about 2 or 3 hours and it is done under general anesthesia, the forehead reduction disability lasts 10 days.
-Follow medication directions. The patient receive instructions about what medications to stop taking and when to stop.
-Smoking decreases blood flow in the skin and can slow the healing process. If the patient smoke, the doctor will recommend stop smoking before surgery and during recovery.
-Don’t drink alcohol.
-After the procedure a special bandage is required for 2 days.
-Avoid the sun.
-Take all medications at the prescribed time.
-infection and bleeding.
-Swelling and bruises.
-Changes in skin sensation.