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While hair transplantation remains a good option for generalised hair loss, often mild to moderate hairline recession can be improved with a hairline lowering procedure. Consultations for hairline lowering are undertaken at any of ourĀ The Plastic Surgery Clinic & Medispa locations, in the North Shore, Westmead Norwest, and Central Coast regions.

The main advantage of the hairline lowering technique is that the procedure may be undertaken as a one-stage procedure, avoiding potentially multiple lengthy procedures that may be otherwise required with hair transplantation procedures. Furthermore, the brows may also be elevated via the same surgical incisions, enabling restoration of a more youthful and aesthetic forehead and brow region.

The hair lowering procedure can also be combined with other plastic surgery procedures for men for male patients who wish to achieve more thorough facial rejuvenation.

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If you are dissatisfied with the appearance of your naturally high hairline or receding hairline, then you may be a perfect candidate for a hairline lowering procedure, consultation can be arranged via our North Shore and Norwest plastic surgery offices and can also be undertaken via telehealth for our interstate clients. To learn more about this technique, or to schedule your initial consultation with accomplished plastic surgeon Chaithan Reddy, we encourage you to contact The Plastic Surgery Clinic & Medispa, serving Sydney, Newcastle, and surrounding communities throughout New South Wales, today.

Dr Reddy commonly sees patients from interstate including Queensland and Victoria for hairline lowering surgery. If you are based interstate, telehealth consultation is routinely undertaken in the first instance. If you elect to proceed with surgery, then a second pre-operative consultation is undertaken closer to the time of your planned surgery.

Every patient is unique and results may vary. Surgery and all health regulated services carry risks which need to be discussed with your doctor to ensure you are fully informed and realistic outcomes have been explained.