What is Eyebrow Transplantation?
Eyebrows play a great role for different expressions, gestures and mimics. They are quite striking with an important role as far as characteristic expressions are concerned.
There are many cosmetic products or medications used for reconstructing eyebrow loss; however they do not give productive results. The only concrete and actual result is possible through eyebrow transplantation.
Accident, trauma, burns, some dermatologic reasons and frequent eyebrow threading for designing purposes may result in eyebrow loss either in part or in full.
How is it applied?
Technically, eyebrow transplantation is performed, as in the case of hair transplantation, by collecting hair follicles from the back of the head and placing them into the eyebrow pitch.
The application takes one hour and the patient can take a shower 1 day following the operation.
Although growth of the eyebrows that are transplanted depends on the person’s anatomy, it takes up to two and six months.
The transplanted eyebrows grow faster compared to your own eyebrow for the first year, after which they adapt to the growth rate of your own eyebrows.
Does applicable technique vary from person to person?
It is usually the same technique that is used however the extent ad reasons for the eyebrow loss may be good to know for the technique to be used.
Is it a painful application?
Absolutely not. Local anaesthesia is applied prior to the operation area via cold spray or pomade to eliminate pain. Even eyebrow tattoos are more painful than this operation.
Can one get a natural look after eyebrow transplantation?
It is very important to know what kind of eyebrows one is looking after. The thickness, thinness, and angle of the eyebrow transplantation should be suitable for the former eyebrow shape and hair structure of the patient.
The shape and thickness of the eyebrows are determined. It is drawn with a pencil and planned before starting the operation.