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What is the cause for indentation on my forehead which is filled with restyline every 4 months ?

I have an indentation on my forehead which I have had for a few years, however I feel like it s more pronounced than before. I have no headaches or feel any different. I have it filled every 4mos. or so with the filler Restyline. I am just curious about what causes this and what it s about.
Asked On : Thu, 23 Feb 2012
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Dear Enid,
welcome to healthcare magic,
your forehead indentation if is in the midline and extending throughout its height, it might be
Romberg's Sabre splash a progressive problem which keeps on consuming one half of the face's fat, the other thing might be a simple bony erosion caused because of previous trauma. Get an x ray or a CT scan done to rule out some other bony pathologies that might need further investigations. if it is not any pathology, visit your plastic surgeon and get some fat or dermal grafting that will solve your problem permanently
Answered: Sat, 25 Feb 2012
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