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Receding Forehead (Overview)

Receding forehead is a facial feature in which a person has a forehead that appears rounded at the top and seems to slant back somewhat as the top of the forehead meets the hairline. Receding forehead can also mean "receding hairline", which is the appearance in men when they lose hair at the front hairline, with more hair loss at each side of the hairline than at the center.


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I have a knot that appeared on my forehead and causes pain. What could this knot be?

I have a knot that appeared on my forehead and causes pain. What could this knot be?

Possibilities: Include an abscess, a cyst, a lipoma, or a bony abnormality. I recommend that you see your doctor to have it evaluated properly. If it is an abscess it may need antibiotics. ...Read more

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Receding Forehead (Overview)

Receding forehead is a facial feature in which a person has a forehead that appears rounded at the top and seems to slant back somewhat as the top of the forehead meets the hairline. Receding forehead can also mean "receding hairline", which is the appearance in men when they lose hair at the front hairline, with more hair loss at each side of the hairline than at the center.


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Can hypopigmentation (vitiligo) on my forehead be treated with dandruff shampoo?

Can hypopigmentation (vitiligo) on my forehead be treated with dandruff shampoo?

Hairline: If it from vitiligo, it will not help. If it is flaky and whitish it may be seborrhea and then it may help. ...Read more

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How do I know if I have a receding hairline, or simply a big forehead?

How do I know if I have a receding hairline, or simply a big forehead?

Receding hairline:: If you compare a photo of your hairline now to one taken a few years ago, you will be able to determine if your hairline has changed. ...Read more

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There is a black dark spot in my forehead and it has not gone till now..It has been about 2 years.. What treatment we can do in home?

You need to : See a dermatologist. Hypothetically speaking - how do you know you don't have a form of skin cancer? Skin cancer does not hurt. It also won't go away. On its own. I am not saying this is what you have. However, i can't see your specific lesion. Because of that, you must see a dermatologist for an examination. ...Read more

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Are aquamid injectable filler results actually permanent? While i was researching treatments for some worry lines in my forehead i came across aquamid injectable filler. The company claims the results are permanent. Are these claims true?

Caution!!!: Aquamid is polyacramide gel and is not approved for use in the United States. It is considered a permanent filler as the particles cannot be broken down by the body. Several formulations have appeared overseas and chronic problems have been encountered. Artefill is the ony fda approved permanent filler. Make sure you see a reputable dermatologist, facial plastic surgeon, or plastic surgeon. ...Read more

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I got a line on my forehead and it day by day increases and pains a lot. How do I cure this?

Unclear: It is not clear to me what you mean with this question. If you have a painful skin lesion on your forehead that is getting worse with time, you should see your doctor for a formal opinion. I suspect a picture, in your case, would be worth a thousand words. ...Read more

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I have a red dot under my skin. How can I get rid off it? It's in the middle of my forehead. Please help i'm begging. :(

Blood: This needs to be evaluated and treated by dermatologsot who probably lightly burn it with elctrosurgery. It will resolve in a few days with no a very slight mark. ...Read more

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