THIS IS NOT ME.
However, this could be me.
Now that Phase 1 of my cosmetic journey has come and gone, I am on to the next phase, which includes a forehead reduction.
What many may not be aware of, however, is that the lowering of the hairline is a procedure that can be done both surgically and non-surgically. Also, the ratio between men and women for lowering the hairline is about 60:40.
The biggest con (for men, typically), about surgical hairline lowering is that once the hairline recedes, the scar becomes evident, creating both hair loss and scarring issues.
While I am still looking into the procedure, I am looking at:
Gal Aharonov, MD in Beverly Hills and Sheldon S. Kabaker, MD FACS in Oakland, CA. If you're wondering how I found these two doctors, it was through RealSelf, which is the largest one-stop online resource for cosmetic surgeries.
The average cost for hairline lowering/forehead reduction is $8,500 with a worth-it rating of 92%. That's a higher rating than rhinoplasty, which hovers at 90%.
I think the important thing is to get a handle on hair loss, if that's an active problem and to discover ways to reduce visible scarring.
What are your thoughts on this procedure or cosmetic surgery in general?