Can My Tall Skull Height Be Reduced?

Q: Dr. Eppley, I have a tall neurocranium (the upper third of my face is too big/tall compared to my lower and middle third), this results in a tall and narrow skull which, for males, isn’t sexually dimorphic thus not attractive. I want a more compact, “shorter” skull, so to speak. 

Is it possible to somehow reduce the size of the neurocranium AND/OR make the skullcap completely flat (which is a desired trait in men)? The most important part of this question is the FIRST PART (“Is it possible to somehow reduce the size of the neurocranium?”). 

Even if I fix my lower third and middle third with osteotomies followed by implants, my tall neurocranium will ruin my facial aesthetics.

A:I would say that a flatter top pf the head is more possible than a substantial size reduction as the skull which  will usually only allow a 7 to 8mm  reduction of the outer cortical bone layer.

Dr. Barry Eppley

Indianapolis, Indiana