eyebrow transplant

Eyebrow shape, thickness and position on the face are very important for a beautiful look. In particular, hair transfer is able to handle most of the eyebrow problems. Eyebrow loss occurs due to many reasons such as wrong eyebrow removal, wrong epilation, accident or burn. While these losses are frequently experienced in the tail part of the eyebrow, sometimes extreme sparseness, eyebrow asymmetries and sometimes even loss of the entire eyebrow can be experienced. Changing fashion trends may also require eyebrow transplantation. The fashion for thicker and straight eyebrows seems to have increased the demand for eyebrow transplantation.
As age progresses, eyebrow losses occur, especially due to hormonal reasons. These losses cause more melting of the under-brow tissue, drooping of the eyebrow and the formation of a bony look. For this reason, eyebrow transplantation is a complementary method for facial rejuvenation.
As long as the tissue quality is good, transplantation with hairs taken from the nape area gives good results. Forging operations will not give natural results, especially at close range.
Eyebrow transplantation can be performed under local anesthesia. The hairs obtained from the graft taken from the nape are separated into single units by means of a microscope. In this process, the hair does not need to be cut. The desired eyebrow position and thickness are drawn. Hair follicles are placed in the microtunnels created in the drawn area. Eyebrow transplantation does not aim for a very lush result like hair transplantation. It can be said that the transplanted hairs will keep close to 90%. A few days of care after the procedure is sufficient.