Having a masculine appearance is important to many men in the Manhattan area. When men are unhappy with their profile and feel as though they need to improve the upper portion of their face, they may speak to Dr. Edmund Kwan, MD to learn more about forehead contouring.
Forehead contouring is a plastic surgery that is done to reshape the area above the eyebrows. When the forehead is flat, it may have a negative effect on the overall look of both the profile and the front of the face. Adding contours is one way for both men and women to create a more noticeable shape in the forehead for better balance and harmony.
In order to contour the forehead, Dr. Edmund Kwan, MD uses a synthetic bone cement commonly used in reconstructive surgeries. The material is used to correct the area and add new contouring which can create a beautiful yet subtle change to achieve an aesthetically pleasing forehead shape.
When patients are dealing with indentations and other irregularities of the forehead, this procedure may be the best way to improve their appearance. The procedure is done through an incision along the hairline to ensure a discreet entry point during which the synthetic bone cement is added. It bonds with the natural bone and will look and feel as though it has been there all along! Many patients love the natural change that is made and the results they can achieve with forehead contouring surgery.
Men and women interested in correcting imperfections of the upper portion of the head are encouraged to contact Dr. Edmund Kwan, MD of the Manhattan [phone1] area to determine if forehead contouring is the most appropriate procedure to achieve their desired results. During the consultation appointment, patients can ask any questions they may have about the procedure and learn about the ways in which forehead contouring can best improve their self-confidence and their appearance. Patients will also have time to discuss concerns such as recovery and healing time, and learn what they can expect before, during, and after the plastic surgery procedure.