Eye Brow Transplant
The eyebrow hairs as well as the hair on the head, have a growth phase and a resting phase. In many cases, over plucking of the eyebrows, skin disorders (such as circular hair loss), Permanent Make-Up, chemotherapy, etc. cause a deformation or even a loss of eyebrow hair.
Eyebrow hairs that do not grow back can be replaced with transplanted hair. The eyebrow transplant is performed – like hair transplantation – with the transplantation of hair roots, which are taken from the neck area. The fine neck hair is extracted. According to the number of transplanted hair roots, a 1 cm wide and 5-10 cm long horizontal strip is shaved. The hair roots are removed using a micromotor with very fine hollow needles. Since the extraction area of the hair root is very small, no traces are left behind in this area. We can take from 40-50 to 400-500 grafts and transplant the hair where it is required. The transplant is carried out under a local anaesthetic. The patient feels no pain after treatment. When transplanting the anatomical structure and the direction of growth of the eyebrows must be considered.
An eyebrow transplant, which is performed by our specialists and an experienced team, leads to a very natural result. It takes 4-6 months for the eyebrows to recover and assume their final shape. After 2 months, the patient may pluck their eyebrows. The first eyebrows that grow after the transplantation grow just like the hair in the donor area because it has the same characteristics. After about one year, the growth stops because the blood circulation of the eyebrow area has adapted and the hair takes on the properties of the eyebrow hair