Eyebrows play a very important role in the face by framing the eyes. Are partially lost, a dramatic deterioration in the expression of the face is seen. Or cosmetic methods, lead to an artificial appearance, and in men the problem or cosmetic methods, lead to an artificial appearance, and in men the problem
Eyebrow transplantation can be defined as the transplantation of healthy hair follicles from the area behind the head between the two ears called the “donor area” to the eyebrows. This process starts with the patient deciding on the shape of eyebrows desired during a consultation with a plastic surgeon. The patient is then given a light sedative, and the area is give local anaesthetic, the removal of the follicles from the skin with hair, and transplantation as extra fine follicular units with small channels in the skin in order to prevent a scar in the area and to achieve a natural appearance. This application lasts approximately one hour and you can bathe 24 hours after the procedure.
Light scabbing and redness may occur in the area for four days following the procedure where Eyebrow Transplantation has been carried out. The transplanted area heals after four to five days. The growth of the transplanted eyebrows takes between three to six months. While a second procedure is not usually necessary, at the end of the sixth month the development is assessed, and if necessary with a second session the desired results are achieved.
Problems that can be corrected with eyebrow transplantation:
- Surgical Scar
- Suture Scars
Such eyebrow loss can be camouflaged almost entirely with follicle transplantation to the density of the surrounding eyebrows.
The scar becomes invisible following eyebrow transplantation.