What is The Eyebrow Transplant?

Eyebrow transplantation is a procedure performed using the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) technique. Single and thin grafts (hair follicles) are collected from the back of the head area where the hair is strongest. The collected grafts are planted in the gaps in the eyebrows, using one of the DHI, SLIT or Sapphire techniques, in a way that best suits the facial features of the person. This operation is frequently preferred by people (especially women) who have problems with complete eyebrow loss or partial shedding.

How is The Eyebrow Transplantation Applied?

  1. The eyebrow density and amount needed by the person is determined.
  2. The active substance required for numbness is directed to the skin with a pressurized spray and the substance is expected to penetrate the skin.
  3. Hair follicles are taken one by one from the donor area with a micromotor. The donor area is the back of the head area where the hair is the densest. In order to get the best aesthetic result in the eyebrow area, the grafts should be single and thin. For this reason, this process is applied with extra care and precision.
  4. Using one of the DHI, Sapphire or SLIT techniques, one by one graft is transplanted to the person’s face at the most appropriate angle and frequency.
  5. If there is only a partial shedding in the eyebrow, the process is completed in an average of 2-4 hours. The transplanted grafts grow within 3 months and gain a very natural, plump and lively appearance over time

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