The role of eyebrows is very important in the formation of facial expression. They are extremely attractive and play an important role in aesthetics. Eyebrows may become sparse or fall out completely due to some dermatological reasons, accidents, burns and too frequent eyebrow plucking. Since the results of cosmetic products and drugs cannot give the desired results, the only and permanent solution is to have eyebrow transplantation.
How is eyebrow transplantation done?
In eyebrow transplantation, the procedure is performed as in the technique of hair transplantation, and the hair follicles taken from the nape of the person are placed in the area with the eyebrow opening. You can take a bath 1 day after the application, which lasts for 1 hour. The length of the transplanted eyebrows varies according to the person, on average, it lasts for 2-6 months. Although newly planted eyebrows grow faster than your own eyebrows in the first year, they adapt to the growth rate of the area they are planted at the end of 1 year. Although the degree and causes of eyebrow loss are important in the technique used in eyebrow transplantation, the procedure is usually performed using the same technique.
After the desired eyebrow shape and thickness is determined, it is planned by drawing with a pencil and the process is started in this way. Eyebrow transplantation is performed with local anesthesia and pain or pain is not felt because cold spray or pomade is applied before local anesthesia.
When the thickness and shape of the eyebrow to be transplanted are suitable for the person’s previous eyebrow and hair structure, an extremely natural appearance is obtained.