This treatment method, which is mostly preferred by women, aims to reach the old volume and thickness of the eyebrows. Eyebrow transplant has been successfully applied for eyebrows that have lost its density.
Eyebrow transplant is carried out with the understanding of Fue hair transplant. Roots taken from the nape area are transferred to the area where the person undergoing local anesthesia will be transplanted with a procedure that lasts three to four hours. The hair follicles grow at a 45 degree angle, while the eyebrows emerge at an angle of 10 15 degrees. When transplanting eyebrows with a shape parallel to the ground and slightly downward on the outside of the eyebrow, care must be taken when opening the channels. If this detail is not taken into consideration, the eyebrows may make an incorrect or different way of growing an opposite or downward way. Eyebrows must be transplanted by specialist doctors.
What should be considered after treatment?
Small crusting can be seen in the transplanted area for a week. These crusts falls quickly and do not prevent the patient from returning to his/her daily life. Another point to be noted is that you should not go into the pool for 2 weeks, not to be exposed to excessive sunlight, not to enter the solarium and to avoid excessive sport.
Is it possible to shape eyebrows with hair transplant?
Of course it is possible to give the desired shape to the eyebrows.
When do eyebrows grow after eyebrow transplant
Eyebrows begin to grow within 3 months following transplanting process. In a period of 7 to 8 months, the eyebrows get its final shape. But you should know that; 15 days after the transplant the hair begins to fall out. This shedding lasts up to 3 months. At the end of 3 months, the shedding stops. Your eyebrows begin to grow.
As the roots are taken from the hair on the back of the neck, eyebrows grow like hair. Therefore, the tips need to be cut at 15-day intervals. After 1 year, the growth rate of the eyebrows slows down as the roots adapt to the characteristics of the place where they are transplanted. They do not need to be cut and corrected in time.