The eyebrow is an underappreciated part of the face until something unusual happens to it. People might not notice a shaped eyebrow, but a thin or absent eyebrow captures unwanted attention. Eyebrow frames the eyes and contributes to the aesthetic appearance of a person. Eyebrow may lose natural appearance because of congenital causes, trauma, burns, accidents, chemotherapy, medical ailments and normal aging process. Eyebrow hair transplant is the hope for every sufferer to keep their frustration at bay.
Follicular Unit Extraction is the best surgical method for fast eyebrow restoration as it leaves no scars, and no sutures are used. Eyebrow hair transplant is a simple outpatient surgical method that is carried out under local anesthesia taking approximately three to four hours to complete.
First, your surgeon draws an outline of your eyebrows by maintaining the normal anatomical position and symmetry as discuss in a pre-operative consultation session. You can also view the design and modify the shape prior the surgery. The local anesthesia is administered to numb the areas of the face and hair from the donor area. For the delicate brow area, a lot of precision is required, single hair graft works well. Each follicular graft is placed with the correct angle by keeping the direction of the hair in mind. An eyebrow restoration takes 150-200 grafts. Two or more sessions may be required for obtaining the desired results.
The patients may suffer from little or no discomfort after the procedure. The patient needs to irrigate the transplanted area at least three times a day to remove any dried crust the following morning. This should be done twice a day for a week. The crusts that form in the result of hair recipient sites fall off in about ten days, and there will be no evidence remain of eyebrow transplant.After four months, hair will begin to grow that will require trimming and care for maintenance. You may pluck them wax them, dye them or cut them to keep them looking the best.