What Is The Eye-Brow Transplant?

The Eye-Brow transplant is a lifelong process applied to individuals who are rarely born with the Eye-Brow structure or have a problem with Eye-Brow spillage due to various causes. Causes of dilution in the Eye-Browns;

  • Traffic accident
  • Eye-Browa take a hit
  • Damage to Eye-Brow tissue with razor blade (faca)
  • Drug use
  • Some diseases passed through
  • Stress
  • Alopesi areta
  • Hormone imbalance
  • Biotin (B7) is a lack of Vitamin.

How To Make The Eye-Brow Transplant?

In the Eye-Brow planting process, the DHI hair planting technique is often applied. However, it is also possible to set up the Eye-Brow crop process individually with other hair-planting techniques.

With this application, about 250 root Eye-Brow transplant can be made. Hair that will be used during October is carefully picked to be invisible from the neck area. Any other part of the body besides the neck area may be suitable for processing.

There is no pain or pain in the Eye-Brow area, as local anesthesia will be performed during the treatment.

The recovery process is easy and fast because the processing area is too small. The application can be completed within 2–3 hours.

After Eye-brow Transplant Process

After 1 month of eye-brow transplant recovery, a expected spill will occur, which is referred to as shock spills by physicians. In the spills, the root part of the hair remains, and again, after a while, they grow and form eye-brows.

Growth process 3. starting in months, it will continue for up to 1 year and the last permanent state will be achieved by the end of this process.

The follicles added to this area have hair texture, which is similar to hair growth. Therefore, overgrowth can be seen when maintenance is not performed. From time to time, the eye-brow appearance can be adjusted to the desired level by providing the necessary maintenance.

People should sleep face-up for a few days and do not touch their eye-brow areas. Any cosmetic product should not be used in the process of healing.

Contact with water should be avoided for 2 days and should be consulted with the physician at the time of the examination.