Among the main causes of eyebrow loss, there are many troit (Goiter) diseases, Systematic diseases, Burns, Tattoos, Infections, Repeated eyebrow pick and congenital eyebrow absence. As a result, the eyebrows may be completely absent, thin, cut or split by scars.
Eyebrow Transplantation Application
Eyebrow correction is very similar to eyebrow transplant methods. Eyebrows planted in suitable candidates are permanent. Eyebrow has a unique shape. Therefore, it leaves the hair transplant at this point. The most important issue in eyebrow transplantation is to apply the natural exit directions as well as to preserve the original eyebrow shape that the person has. Because it may cause significant changes in facial expression.
During the transplantation process, the thinnest possible (0.6mm) DHI (direct hair implant) pens should be used, all tissues should be prepared to contain a single graft and care should be taken not to leave any scars at the operation site.
The grafts to be placed should be placed at the closest angle to the skin, it should be considered whether the patient’s eyebrow structure is curly or straight. If necessary, the direction of the grafts should be arranged in order to give the natural curve of the eyebrow during insertion. The procedure is performed with local anesthesia needles. The person does not feel pain.