Gynecomastia Surgery Recovery Process
Although thin brows have been out of style for years, some of us are still caught in the past. Whether you over-tweezed in high school or are experiencing hair loss in your eyebrow area due to aging, alopecia, chemotherapy, or something else, you have probably grown highly dependent on that eyebrow pencil or gel. However, if you are looking for a natural-looking permanent solution, the answer is Eyebrow Transplant.
If you are still considering eyebrow growth serums, you should remember there are mixed opinions, and the results usually only last as long as you use them. Moreover, the other option Microblading provides transitory effects, poses a risk of infection or allergy, and can result in permanent scarring or disfigurement if not done correctly. As a result, you might wish to look into the procedure.
Eyebrow Transplant Procedure
Eyebrow hair transplant is an outpatient surgery performed in the clinic with oral sedation and local anesthesia. There is no need for general anesthesia. With the patient’s assistance, specialists design the shape and proportions of the brows uniquely, paying exceptional attention to balancing the brows with each individual’s facial features.
The grafts will be taken from the donor location once the anesthesia is applied. Then, hair grafts will be collected from the donor area using the DHI technique. The channels will be opened, and hair will be transplanted with Choi Pen at the same time to the desired location for an eyebrow transplant.
For a natural appearance, the channel’s directions should be determined precisely. Also, the roots which will be planted in the eyebrow area must be single root grafts.
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What are The Advantages of Eyebrow Transplant versus Microblading?
Eyebrow transplant is the most effective approach to obtain three-dimensional, permanent eyebrows. Your hair is usually transplanted from the back of your head. The main reason for that is your brow region to create a unique, thicker eyebrow. Hairs are permanent and grow naturally. Microblading, on the other hand, is a technique that uses pigment to create the illusion of hair in the skin’s very outer layers. This method is not authentic hair. It does not offer you a three-dimensional look, and it fades over time, so you will have to repeat it to keep the results.
Who Can Benefit from Eyebrow Transplant?
The great majority of people are good candidates for an eyebrow transplant. Because the most durable donor hair is usually located on the back of the head. Moreover, straight to slightly wavy hair is ideal for the best results. It is necessary to have a reasonably excellent medical condition to reduce the risk of complications.
Furthermore, patients who have lost their brow hairs due to heredity, over-plucking, or trauma are usually the most comprehensive candidates. Patients with alopecia and other medical causes of hair loss are often not excellent candidates and must be assessed.
Contact us for a free medical consultation if you are considering an Eyebrow Transplant.