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High Forehead Skinny
Unrelated: The two are unrelated.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not necessarily.: The best easy test is to wrap a person's right thumb and index around their left wrist. If the thumb and finger meet and overlap by a phalanx or more, marfan is likely. ...Read more
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Can a brow lift also reduce a high forehead? I've always disliked my high forehead. Now that i'm considering a brow lift to fix my saggy eyebrows, i'm wondering if there's a way to also make my forehead smaller.
There : There are several different techniques available for a brow lift procedure, with the goal always being to tighten the skin supporting the brows and achieve brow elevation. In people who have a high forehead, the incision may be made directly in front of the hair line, removing the excess skin from the forehead itself and effectively shortening the forehead while raising the brows. This is a very good option to treat both issues, but be aware that you can expect some numbness of the scalp directly behind the incision. All the best, dr. Skourtis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I hit my head 2 nights ago while bending down on a windowsill. I hit my head on the very high forehead area right near the hairline on the left side. I have had a dull headache, hurts bad with facial expressions, and when raising my eyebrows.
like the normal symptoms for a CONTUSION...ICE for the first 48 hours may help.. NOTE If there is any chance that you lost consciousness an in person exam is a must!
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BTW Take TYLENOL not Aspirin or NSAIDS for the pain in the first 48 hours (to avoid microscopic bleeding
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