EYEBROW HAIR TRANSPLANTATION:
Eyebrows shape the face and can make a huge difference in how we feel about ourselves. There can be several contributing factors to losing your eyebrows, such as over plucking, illness, trauma, scarring and genetics. In order to address the problem effectively and efficiently, the actual cause of your hair loss must be clarified.
FUE Hair Transplantation is a revolutionary way to address the eyebrow hair loss using the most advanced and innovative methods.
The main reason for dissatisfaction with the eyebrows is over plucking, aging and genetic disorder and that is why people are opting for eyebrow hair restoration. The 90s and early 00s saw bushy brows tamed to near-extinction, leaving many with damaged hair follicles that are no longer able to grow. While some have natural thinning or may lose hair due to hereditary factor the shape and size of eyebrows are affected.
While tattooing and makeup can help cover up the area, the process can be frustrating and doesn’t always produce the results people want – particularly with bigger, natural brows becoming more of a norm.
The Eyebrow Transplant Procedure:
Eyebrow hair transplantation uses hair from a donor area (commonly behind the ears) of the head which is extracted hair-by-hair. The respective surgeon will then transplant the borrowed hair in the receding area of the eyebrows to give it the desired shape. Performed under local anaesthetic, the treatment is minimally-invasive and carries minimal risk of any form of scarring or marks.
Visible results of eyebrow transplant will be seen in the new eyebrow shape and outline. Full results will be visible over the course of the next year (normally after a couple of months).
There is no need to be cautioned if you see any shedding post eyebrow transplant as hair grows in 3 stages – the phenomena is normal. Post-transplant the patient needs to trim the hair when necessary in order to maintain the desired look.
There is hardly any downtime. The FUE method of hair transplantation offers minimal aftercare and downtime, and significantly less risk of any scarring. Post procedure the patient needs to stop working out for some time to avoid the risk of infection as exercise will lead to sweating followed by germ production in the area. In order to keep the client safe after the process, we will guide him/ her through proper aftercare instructions.