Hair Transplant Applications

Eyebrow Transplant

It is also applied to anyone who wants to have eyebrow transplantation and to people with burn scars. After the operation, the area where eyebrow transplantation was made will become red and crusted. After a week, the redness and crusting situation completely disappear. Since the hair strands in the transplanted area are lifeless and only to determine the direction of the eyebrows, they will fall out. Afterwards, the eyebrows will be completely renewed and grown in 3-6 months.

The length of your eyebrows will grow a little faster than the normal eyebrow hair growth process as it is taken from the hair follicles. For this reason, it will need to be shortened with regular eyebrow trimming.

When will the results of eyebrow transplantation begin to be seen?

3 weeks after the eyebrow transplantation, the hair strands transplanted to the eyebrows are poured, and it can create an appearance as if no eyebrow transplantation has been performed. This shedding should not be understood as the complete loss of eyebrow roots, only the hair follicles cannot carry the hair strands in order to adapt to the environment in which they are transplanted. The transplanted eyebrows begin to grow slowly under the skin after 2 months, and this process takes 5-6 months to complete.

Is Eyebrow Transplantation Permanent?

Absolutely the same as in hair transplantation, grafts transplanted in eyebrow transplantation do not shed for life. Just as we care for our previous eyebrows, we can apply thinning, dye and other processes to our transplanted eyebrows as we wish.

What should be considered when deciding how the eyebrow will be?

It is very important what kind of eyebrow a person wants, so he/she should decide on the eyebrow line, frequency and thickness together with his/her doctor.

You can shape a thick eyebrow that needs attention with the feature, but you cannot give a dense and thick eyebrow look to a thin eyebrow. There is nothing wrong with your eyebrows being a little thicker than normal.

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