Eyebrow Hair Transplant - Eye Brows

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Eyebrow Hair Transplant - Eye Brows Treatment

Do you have sparse or patchy eyebrows? Are you considering an eyebrow transplant to restore your brows to their former glory? Well,  you’ve come to the right place. In this complete guide, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about eyebrow hair transplants.

What is an eyebrow hair transplant?

An eyebrow hair transplant is a type of cosmetic surgery that involves relocating hair from one part of the body to the eyebrows. The purpose of an eyebrow hair transplant is to restore eyebrow hair that has been lost due to factors such as aging, genetic disorders, trauma, or burns.

With eyebrow hair restoration surgery, you can achieve a natural-looking eyebrow that is fuller and thicker than before.

There are two eyebrow hair transplant methods you can select from.

FUE or Follicular Unit Extraction: This is the most popular eyebrow hair transplant method. It is a minimally invasive outpatient procedure that takes around three to four hours. First, the surgeon will numb the area with local anesthesia. Then, they will extract individual follicular units (which contain one to four hairs) using robotic techniques or manual punching from a donor site on your head. Next, they will make tiny incisions in your eyebrows and transplant the follicular units into the incisions.

FUT or Follicular Unit Transplantation: FUT is the most common type of eyebrow hair transplantation. It is a relatively simple procedure that can be performed in a single session. The main advantage of FUT is that it can provide a large number of grafts in a single session, which is ideal for individuals who have severe hair loss.

The first step in a FUT procedure is to remove a shred of hair from the backside of the head. This strip is then divided into individual follicular units, which contain one to four hairs each. Next, the doctor makes tiny incisions in the recipient area and transplants the follicular units into these incisions. The doctor may also use a microscope to help with this step.

After the transplantation is complete, the incisions are closed with stitches. The area may be covered with a bandage or dressing.