An osteoma is a benign, bony growth that can appear anywhere on the skull. They are quite common in people aged 20 to 40 and will generally pop up as a hard growth somewhere between the brow and the hairline. While they are harmless and shouldn’t cause pain or affect the surrounding skin, the obvious bumps can impact self-confidence and lead to cosmetic concerns.


Many people accept osteomas, hiding them under a fringe or hat to avoid questions. What they don’t realize is that osteoma removal is a quick and minimally invasive procedure that can get rid of your bump with little to no scarring.


Endoscopic osteoma removal involves a surgeon creating a small incision before using a tiny camera and specialized surgical tools to shave away the bony growth. Depending on the growth location, some surgeons may even use a hairline incision to further reduce any visible scarring.


Compare Endoscopic Osteoma Removal Before and After Images

If you have an osteoma, now is the time to book a consultation with a highly-qualified surgeon, like Dr. Jacob Sedgh, for quick and easy removal. During the consultation, Dr. Sedgh will create a treatment plan based on the size and location of the bump. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and can be completed in less than an hour.


You can rest assured that treatment only involves the outer portion of the skull, and you do not have to worry about impacting deeper bone or the brain. If you have other cosmetic or functional facial concerns, you can also use this time to discuss further surgical options.


These endoscopic osteoma removal before and after images provide an example of Dr. Sedgh’s meticulous work. If you are ready to regain your confidence, book a consultation today.