Eyebrow Transplant

A Journey Towards Beauty and Health

In recent decades, fashion trends have profoundly influenced the aesthetic choices of men and women worldwide. Our hairstyle, clothing, makeup, and especially eyebrows, have undergone significant transformations. However, certain trends, such as thin or tattooed eyebrows, have left lasting marks, often hindering the natural regrowth of eyebrow hair.

Causes of Eyebrow Loss

The loss or damage of eyebrow hair is not just an aesthetic issue. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including physical trauma, medical conditions, aggressive cosmetic treatments, or genetics. Regardless of the cause, the consequences can have a significant impact on a person's self-confidence.

Regeneration and Restoration

Fortunately, science and technology in the medical field have opened the door to innovative solutions for eyebrow regeneration. Eyebrow transplantation treatments have become a popular choice for those wishing to restore the fullness and natural shape of their eyebrows.

The Eyebrow Transplant Process

This delicate process involves transplanting healthy hair follicles into areas where the eyebrows are sparse or absent. It is a minimally invasive procedure designed to provide natural and long-lasting results.

After Eyebrow Transplant Surgery

It is recommended not to wash the hair for at least 3 days after the surgery. If not washing, do not rub the transplanted hair for at least 10 days. Even the towel should be in the form of a pad. You should use the shampoo recommended by your doctor. It is important to take prescribed medications as instructed by the surgeon. It is recommended to leave the transplanted area uncovered as much as possible in order to speed up recovery. If you want to cover the area of transplanted hair, it is advisable to wear a not-too-tight cotton hat, avoiding prolonged use. Physical activity is not recommended for at least one month after the eyebrow transplant surgery.


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The FUE technique is used to extract individual follicles from the donor area. Follicles taken from the back of the head are particularly strong and resistant to the hormone dihydrotestosterone, responsible for hair loss.

Follicle extraction from the donor area separates them from the bloodstream. Consequently, they cannot be nourished with nutrients. To counteract this, they are stored in a solution enriched with biotin.

The placement and grafting require delicacy, rigorous work, and high precision to achieve the desired results. Medical expertise and proper technique are the perfect combination for a natural and indistinguishable result to the eye.