For those of us who think of the famous actor Cary Grant, we think handsome, articulate, and well-spoken — however Dr. Shah’s office could not help focusing on the large bump in the middle of his forehead during his movies, which suddenly disappeared later in his career.
So what happened to his bump on his forehead? Was it Hollywood makeup? Well, during filming, cinematographer Milton Krasner pointed out to Grant that a lump on his forehead was making it hard to film his close-ups. The bump was the result of a childhood accident, but Grant had been habitually rubbing it for years, leading it to swell. Cary Grant had the bump removed from later films and as a result his place as one of Hollywood’s most debonair leading man has been saved.
For those of us who are self-conscious about our forehead bumps, fear not, Dr. Shah has developed a new technique to remove bumps without a visible scar. This endoscopic technique uses a small incision in the hairline so that Dr. Shah can file and contour the bump to a flatter and improved version of you.