The shape of the eyebrows significantly changes the appearance of a person. Thick and natural eyebrows have become the most fashionable recently. The natural beauty of the eyebrows highlights the uniqueness of the individual facial features of the female.
Initially, eyebrow transplantation was performed to restore the eyebrows of both women and men with complete or partial damage to the eyebrow hairs (a scar after an injury or burn).
Today, there is a different approach, it is even possible to change the shape, the density and location of the eyebrows.
The reason for the undesirable shape of the eyebrows can be: trauma, burn or postoperative scar, genetic factors, improper eyebrow correction technique, low-quality paint, stress, etc. Some in this situation turn to a cosmetic procedure such as permanent eyebrow makeup , but this method cannot solve the problem, not to mention its unnatural appearance, discoloration.
The ideal solution in this case is an eyebrow transplant. Eyebrow transplantation is successful if it is performed by a qualified plastic surgeon with artistic vision and good taste. At the first stage the surgeon takes into account proportions, together with the patient selects the ideal shape and thickness of the eyebrows, calculates the required volume of transplants.
Eyebrow transplantation is performed under local anesthesia. The most commonly used method is a FUE (stitchless) hair transplant. In order for the contour and density of the eyebrows to be absolutely natural and aesthetic, single-barrel grafts are mainly used.
During eyebrow transplantation, it is extremely important for the surgeon to choose the correct donor area, in order for the transplanted hair to be completely healthy. It is also important to select the suitable hair structure for transplantation. Our surgeons prefer temple
hair. The stage of implantation of grafts is mainly important, in order to give the follicles the right direction of hair growth.
With a successful eyebrow transplant, the result is visible almost after the operation. The first 5 days are considered to be the rehabilitation period, when the patient must follow all the prescribed recommendations.
The transplanted hair starts to grow 2 months after the operation and retains all its characteristics – color, structure, growth rate and paint.