Eyebrow Transplantation is performed with the FUE technique of eyebrow-shaped roots from the nape area called the donor area, in cases of shedding / thinning of the eyebrows due to genetics or an external factor (such as an accident, used cosmetic products, burns, excessive stress, trichotillomania). It is the process of collecting and transferring it to the eyebrow area. Eyebrow transplantation is not applied only because of existing gaps or thinning. It is a method often preferred by people who are born with thin eyebrows for a thicker eyebrow form. As with men's beards, eyebrow transplant operations are frequently performed in women. Even if the desired eyebrow image can be obtained with various aesthetic applications, the eyebrow transplant operation offers the final solution.
HOW IS EYEBROW TRANSPLANTATION DONE?
Although eyebrow transplantation is similar to hair transplantation, beard, and mustache transplantation in terms of procedure, there are many factors that should be considered because the eyebrows are in a different form than hair and beard. Since the eyebrows are thin in structure, it is not recommended to operate with multi-rooted and strong grafts collected from the donor area. In eyebrow transplant operations, the thinnest hair follicles are taken from the donor area. The punch used in the extraction process should be selected to be suitable for eyebrow transplantation. Since a large number of grafts are not needed in eyebrow transplantation, as in hair transplantation, donor area insufficiency is not encountered. The number of grafts to be used varies according to the need of the eyebrow. Sowing is done based on the direction and angle of the eyebrows. Since the grafts taken for eyebrow transplantation are thin, careful action should be taken in order not to damage the roots while planting.