DA Forehead Reduction
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Forehead Reduction

What is Forehead Reduction Surgery?

DA Forehead Reduction is a surgery in which a wide forehead and uneven hairline are
reduced by pulling the scalp up about 1.5cm-2cm and sutured. The length, density, and
condition of the existing hair are unharmed. As a result, a natural forehead and
hairline correction is possible.

  1. Ideal
    Forehead Ratio
  2. Women 6cm
    Men 6.5cm
    Forehead Height
  3. Perfect
    Face Ratio

DA Forehead Reduction Q&A

  1. 01

    Q How long does the swelling last after the surgery?

    A Forehead reduction is not surgery with a lot of swelling but still,
    the swelling will remain for 1-2 weeks mostly around the mid areas of the forehead.

  2. 02

    Q When are the stitches removed?

    A Stitches for forehead removal are removed 7-10 days after the surgery.

  3. 03

    Q Will there be scars after forehead reduction?

    A Scars can be visible for the first month after the surgery but it will fade away for 3~6 months after the surgery
    and the hairstyle that reveals the forehead is even possible.

  4. 04

    Q Will there be hair loss after the surgery?

    A The possibility of hair loss is very small and even if the hair loss occurs it will recover within 1-6 months.

  5. 05

    Q Can this surgery cause sensory degradation?

    A Sensory degradation can occur only during the initial stage after the surgery but it will recover within 1-6 months after the surgery.

  6. 06

    Q When can I wash my hair?

    A You can wash your hair right the next day after the surgery but you must be careful around the incisional areas
    so it is best to wash your hair at our clinic. After 3 days gently wash your hair at home and perm or hair dye can only be used 1-month post-operation.

DA Forehead Reduction Key Points

POINT 01 2cm Reduction Effect
2cm Reduction Effect
Customized design
for natural forehead
reduction result
POINT 02 Acute Removal of Frontalis muscle
Acute Removal of Frontalis muscle
Natural Face,
Eye and Eye-Brow
POINT 03 Hair Transplant Not Required
Hair Transplant Not Required
No damage to
hair and minimized
POINT 04 Fixation Material Not Required
Fixation Material Not Required
Permanent Result
from none usage of
Fixation Materials

Hair Transplant
VS DA Forehead Reduction

Hair Transplant

Forehead Reduction

Hair Transplant >Forehead Reduction<
Hair Transplant after Hair Extraction Operation Method Incision along the hair line and Sutured
3-4 Hours Operation Time 1 Hour
6 months – 1 Year Recovery Period The day after surgery
Low Hairline density High
High Hair root damage Low
This is not an surgery to recreates the hairline, but relocates the original hairline downward, so the eyebrows and eye shapes are naturally unchanged.

Forehead Reduction Surgery Method

Forehead Reduction Surgery Method 01

Design surgery area
according to ideal ratio

Forehead Reduction Surgery Method 02

Desquamate scalp
by cutting the forehead skin
according to the design

Forehead Reduction Surgery Method 03

Design surgery area
according to ideal ratio

Forehead Reduction Surgery Method 04

Desquamate scalp
by cutting the forehead skin
according to the design

Forehead Reduction Surgery Method 05

Forehead Reduction is
recommended for

  1. Those who have
    large forehead
  2. Those who have
    M-shaped hairline
    or asymmetry
  3. Those who are not certain
    of Facial Contouring
  4. Those who desire
    golden ratio forehead

Why DA Forehead Reduction is Special

Natural Forehead Line

Natural Forehead Line
Surgery that considers the best ratio and creates a natural
and beautiful forehead line by keeping the hair untouched

Fast Recovery

Fast Recovery
Fast recovery period due to hair transplant
or bone surgery not required

Ideal the prioritize safety

Ideal the prioritize safety
Establish a safety system that operate under
thorough management/supervision

Responsible Operation System

Responsible Operation System
Perform forehead reduction based on
various clinical experiences and know-how