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What Is The Best Treatment For Protruding Forehead
Protruding forehead is a facial feature in which a person's forehead appears to stick out forwards somewhat, and be a bit larger than usual, in comparison to the average person of the same racial/ethnic group. Facial features can be familial (passed from parent to child), or they can sometimes be due ...Read more
Doubt it: Theoretically one can reshape the skull but practically it will do too much damage to the brain to make it even worth a fleeting thought. Appearance is not everything and you'd do more to develop your skill and personality than to worry so much about your looks. If you were a woman, consult your hairdresser to see if there is a cut which would complement your features. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Frontal bossing is an abnormal enlargement of the frontal bone. It can be associated with rare medical conditions including acromegaly, or with conditions such as benign enlargement of the subarachnoid spaces. In the latter condition, the size of the frontal lobes may be normal or even reduced due to the increased subarachnoid space. Further reading: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1576605 ...Read more
No.: There is no relationship between the size or shape of the head (with or without hair) and intelligence. One cannot accurately guess a person's IQ by looks or even by scanning instruments such as mri, spect, or pet. Some genetic syndromes with striking physical features do predict intelligence, but almost always in the form of increased risk for mental retardation. ...Read more
Congenital problem: The brain normally grows and expands the skull in all directions. A protruding forehead is probably due to premature closure of one of the skull suture lines in the head, which leads to an abnormal compensatory growth in the unrestricted direction. There is no purpose other than the need for normal growth and expansion of the brain. ...Read more
I hit my head while opening a door. Golf ball size knot w/ wound that is still open on forehead... About 8 hours ago. What is the best treatment?
Possible concussion?: Concussion is a minor traumatic brain injury that can result from a fall, sports activities, or car accidents. You can have no symptoms, mild symptoms or severe. For a mild concussion no treatment may be needed. However, be aware that the symptoms can show up later. If you experience blurred vision, drowsiness, bleeding from the nose or ears go to er or urgent care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have what seems rosacea..red patches on forehead & sides of nose. Quite dry in places. What is the best treatment?
Consultation: Consult with a facial plastic surgeon or dermatologist. There are topical treatments that can be used but a diagnosis has to be done first. Hope this helps. ...Read more
What to do if I have 2 or 3 horizontal wrinkles on my forehead. what would be the best drugstore anti wrinkle cream or treatment that I could use?
Wrinkles: The wrinkles on your forehead result from moving your forehead and elevating your eyebrows. These are normal but as time goes on, they can be apparent at rest, as well. The best treatment for those wrinkles is a neuromodulator like Botox. No drugstore cream will get rid of these wrinkles. ...Read more
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