The eyes form one of the most characteristic parts of the human face.
Eyebrows provide symmetry and balance to the face, double function: eye protection and beautification.
Partial or total eyebrow loss (alopecia) can cause a seemingly profound change and also have a devastating effect on self-esteem.
Traditionally, the remedy of thin or sparse eyebrows has been relying on makeup products to fill eyebrow hairs. However, there is an increasing interest in a more permanent solution: eyebrow transplant.
Eyebrow transplantation is done by the cosmetic or plastic surgeon by transferring your own hair.
Although the procedure appears to be direct, there are many issues to consider, from cost to risks and side effects. Read on to find out what to expect from an eyebrow transplant and how to determine if this surgery is right for you.
Eyebrow transplantation is the process of designing eyebrows with FUE technique in accordance with the face and increasing the density of eyebrows in areas with problem of eyebrow loss. Genetic factors, traumatic injuries and incorrect eyebrow rupture may result in the skewed structure of the eyebrow being permanently corrected by eyebrow transplantation. Eyebrow transplantation can be applied to both men and women, making imitations more clear and making looks more meaningful and attractive. The process, which can be completed in a few hours, is a comfortable application since it is performed with local anesthesia.
As hair transplantation operations, the donor region is also the nape region in eyebrow transplantation operation. The reason for the removal of follicles from the nape is that the follicles in this area are effective and healthy follicles that never shed the follicles for life and do not continue to reproduce. The growth direction of the eyebrow is different for each person. Thus, the experience and expertise of the people performing the operation directly affect the success of the operation.
After the eyebrow planting small shells begin to appear in the application area. During the embossing period, the hand embossing area must not be touched (such as scratching). On the 15th day after the operation, the natural shock hair loss process begins. Shock hair loss is completed 3 months, the transplanted eyebrows begin to grow again. The eyebrow, which grows very fast in previous stages, grows at normal speed because it is adapted to its new place. It takes 7-8 months to see the final results of the application.
2 weeks after the operation, the patient should refrain from activities such as swimming in the sea, swimming in the pool, sauna or solarium and going to sports. In addition, the patient should be protected from the sun during the period recommended by the specialist performing the operation.
Eyebrow transplantation is performed by our expert teams under local anesthesia in a sterile environment. Hair follicles extracted from incest by FUE method are transferred to the problem area. The operation takes about 1-2 hours. Within 2-3 months after eyebrow transplantation you can have the desired eyebrow structure slowly and your look can gain meaning.