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  • Procedure Time
    6-8 hours
  • Overnight stay
    3 nights
  • Anaesthesia
    Local or Sedation
  • Recovery Time
    3-9 Months

What is Eyebrow Transplant?

Eyebrow transplant is one of the most popular aesthetics treatment methods for women, especially in recent years. Since women perform eyebrow removal regularly, thinning may occur in the eyebrows over time, and the thickness of the eyebrows does not remain as they were in youth. However, it is quite easy to have a thick eyebrow with the eyebrow transplantation process today.

Some people may lose their eyebrows due to various diseases, traumas, burns or accidents. Eyebrow transplant is a procedure that can be successfully performed in patient groups that may have lost eyebrows.

How is Eyebrow Transplantation performed?

Eyebrow transplant operation is a procedure performed under local anesthesia and takes approximately 3-4 hours. In an eyebrow transplant process, hair roots are taken from the nape area. These roots must be placed at the right angle and direction to the target area. Usually, hair follicles come out of the skin at an angle of 45 degrees, but the growth of the eyebrows is much different.

Eyebrows emerge from the skin at an angle of approximately 10-15 degrees. The direction of the eyebrows changes from region to region. The direction in the inner part of the eyebrow is upward. As it comes to the middle area, it takes a parallel direction, and in the outer part, it turns slightly downward.

Therefore, it is necessary to be very careful about the channel opening process during eyebrow transplant. Otherwise, the eyebrow may be transplanted differently or in the opposite direction. In order not to experience such situations, it will be more beneficial to perform an eyebrow transplant by a specialist physician.

What should be considered during eyebrow transplant process?

The eyebrow is one of the most striking points that determines the face line of the person. Therefore, it should be ensured that the eyebrow transplantation is applied accurately. We can list the issues to be considered during eyebrow transplant as follows:

The number of channels where grafts will be transplanted should be maximized during eyebrow transplant.

The number of grafts should be determined according to the structure of the eyebrow.

When determining the direction of the canals, the shape of the eyebrows should also be considered.

In order to obtain a natural eyebrow transplant, attention should be paid to single root intake.

Strenuous sports should be avoided for at least 15 days after the eyebrow procedure.

Washing should not be done for 2 days after the eyebrow treatment is performed.

In addition, it may take approximately 12 months for the eyebrows to have a natural appearance. For this reason, attention should be paid to the situations mentioned above during this period. Otherwise, unwanted problems may occur.

Settlement Time of Eyebrow

Eyebrows start to grow approximately 3 months after transplantation takes place. At the end of a 7-8-month period, it will have completed its final shape. However, one of the most important things to know is that the eyebrows transplanted from the eyebrow transplant start to fall off after 15 days. Many people become afraid and anxious when they are not informed about this situation. The shedding will continue up to 3 months, and this is a very natural process.

In addition, with an eyebrow transplant, the roots are taken from the hair in the neck. Therefore, the transplanted eyebrows grow as fast as hair. It is recommended to regulate the eyebrows every 15 days.

What are the side effects of Eyebrow Transplantation?

Although the complications that may arise in eyebrow transplantation are very few, there are still side effects that may arise. Although it is rare, side effects such as bleeding, infection or scars can be experienced.

In order to avoid side effects, we recommend that specialist surgeons perform eyebrow transplantation. In this way, you will minimize the risks that may be experienced.