Eyebrow Transplantation

Eyebrow Transplantation Eyebrow transplantation has become a preferred procedure by men as well as women. The demand for eyebrow transplantation is preferred due to eyebrow scarcity, loss of eyebrows over time, accident, burning, disease, and the eyebrow will have a thicker, more shaped and more frequent appearance. The DHI method is used as in the hair and beard transplantation technique. In short, hair follicles are taken from the donor area (usually the neck) and transferred to the eyebrow. Eyebrow Transplantation Process: As in other transplantation procedures, hair follicles are taken from the donor area (usually the nape area) and kept in a special solution to prevent any hair loss. The roots taken are planted one by one in the direction of the angle and shape. Care should be taken when opening duct during planting. Otherwise, when the eyebrow is transplanted incorrectly, it may come out differently, in the opposite direction or down.

Is There Any Scars After Eyebrow Transplantation?
With the FUE technique, we take the hair follicles with the help of micro-motor in the area we have determined. In this way, it is not possible to leave any scars after the grafts are removed and the eyebrow transplantation takes place.

After Eyebrow Transplantation:
After transplantation, slight rash and crusting occur in the eyebrow area. These crusts are shed rapidly. Since the hair follicles are sensitive on the first day, you should avoid contact with water and physical contact should be avoided. Do not swim in the pool or the sea for the first 2 weeks, and avoid intense sun, solarium and intense sports. New eyebrows begin to appear 3 months after transplantation and an ideal appearance is achieved within 8 months. Just like other transplantation procedures, the eyebrows begin to shed after about 15 days and the shedding continues for 3 months.

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