The forehead occupies the upper third of the face, this element captures the light by beautifying the look and the face.
We do not always have a perfect forehead. Aesthetic imperfections in the forehead may be genetic (young subject) or age-related (elderly).
A youthful forehead is slightly curved,, while older subjects have a broad, flat forehead.
With age the muscles of the forehead are refined, their contraction and mucles movement show horizontal wrinkles, the skin relaxes and falls thus, the height of the forehead increases and eyebrows are lowered.
Ageing of the frontal bone changes the contours of the forehead. In the vertical direction a small bulge isformed, then a hollow, the front tends to take a shape in "S". In the horizontal direction, it is formed a rolled on the lateral parts, then a small hollow, and again a convex in central part. This is the skeletonization of the forehead.