Eyebrow Transplant

Eyebrow Transplant

Every little element on a human face has great significance. In this way, eyebrows serve a practical purpose in addition to being attractive. The eyebrows' main function is to shield the eyes from perspiration and debris.
In addition, the muscles beneath our eyebrows allow us to communicate nonverbally. But with time, eyebrows lose their fullness and young appearance. With an eyebrow transplant, you can change the shape and density of your eyebrows.

Due to its structure, nape hair grafts are the greatest option for donors. The angle of the eyebrows is the most important thing to take into account throughout the operation. The root canal opening is an additional component. Scarring can result from grooving. There are frequently 40–50 roots per square centimeter in the transplant area. The loss of eyebrows can be attributed to various factors.

Eyebrow Transplant Possible Side Effects
  • Aging: Your hormones alter as you age. Consequently, eyebrows may eventually drop.
  • Deficit in Nutrition: An imbalanced diet and improper food intake may be the cause.
  • Substances: Certain medications cause the patients' hair follicles to fall out while attacking the hair cells to treat the ailment. Chemotherapy medications, for example, have this impact when they fight cancer.
  • Molecular: The most common causes of eyebrow loss are hereditary disorders including male- and female-pattern hair loss.
  • Psychological and mental state: Although it is transient, stressful situations and emotional shocks can result in eyebrow loss.


Eyebrow Transplant Possible Side Effects

Complications in eyebrow transplantation are very few. Bleeding, infection and scars are very rare. However, you may experience eyebrows growing in different directions if your doctor is not an expert in his/her field.
Although recovery time in eyebrow transplantation is very fast, it is vital to choose an experienced surgeon to ensure a healthy healing period.
As a health institution, we inform our patients about even the smallest risks. Eyebrow transplantation generally has the same procedure and process as a hair transplant operation. In this sense, the success rate of the results is at the same rate as hair transplantation.