Eyebow Transplant

Eyebow Transplant

Eyebrows make an important contribution to facial symmetry and our appearance. A person without eyebrows may feel bad about their appearance. Eyebrow transplant or reconstructive surgery can often help eyebrows look natural and full. This can help those who have low self-confidence or are worried about the condition of their eyebrows.

Why Eyebrow Transplantation is done?

There are many different reasons why you might consider having an eyebrow transplant. These may change due to previous or current medical conditions or cosmetic reasons to increase confidence and self-esteem. Some of the reasons why patients choose to have eyebrow transplantation range from the following:

Physical trauma: Facial injury and scarring from events such as road accidents, industrial accidents, thermal and chemical burns.

Medical and surgical treatments: Surgical treatment of injury or tumor resulting in removal of eyebrow follicles and scarring of tissue. Radiotherapy or chemotherapy for cancer can also cause eyebrow hair loss.

Compulsive pulling of eyebrows and other body hair, called trichotillomania.

The absence of hair in all parts of the body as a congenital condition may also be a reason to consider eyebrow surgery.

Follicular Unit Extraction eyebrow transplant (FUE) is growing in popularity as women and even some men seek ways to permanently restore or restore hair in the area. The procedure typically involves taking a haircut from the patient, most commonly from the back of the scalp, and grafting the hair into the eyebrow. This magnifies existing eyebrows. If a patient has lost all their natural eyebrows, they will completely replace them.

An area of ​​the scalp on the back of the head is numbed with a local anesthetic. That section (scalp strip) is removed and the wound is closed with sutures. The scalp strip is given to a technician who separates the hair tissue into single hair follicular grafts. The grafts are then placed one by one into the eyebrow. The procedure typically involves 400 grafts transplanted into each eyebrow (about 600-800 in total).

Eyebrow transplantation is performed under local anesthesia and many patients are so comfortable that they can fall asleep while the grafts are being planted. The results are permanent and with a new sketch you will immediately see some differences.

What is the best way to protect new eyebrows after transplantation?

The transplanted eyebrows are formed by removing the hair and therefore the new eyebrows grow just like the hair. This means they need to be trimmed regularly, just like hair. They also need to be curled to match perfectly with existing natural eyebrows. Straightening and curling is easily done.


For a few days after the procedure, the eyebrow area will be somewhat sensitive before returning to normal quickly. It takes about six months for new hair to fully settle in your brow area and look their best.

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