Considering beauty and aesthetics, we know that our eyebrows are the most impressive element in our facial expression. We know that there are changes in the facial expression of the person when the eyebrow is thinned and disappears.
The eyebrow contour and permanent make-up applications we have done for this cause ensure that the eyebrows are shed quickly and irreversibly. Of course, genetic factors, traumas, and some medical reasons also cause the eyebrows to disappear. Eyebrow transplantation can be done in those who have reduced eyebrows due to medical reasons or incorrect removal, those with thin eyebrows and those who are not satisfied with their eyebrow shape.
How is it applied and what are the side effects?
In eyebrow transplantation, as in hair transplantation, without cutting all the hair from the upper part of the neck between the two ears of the person, a part of the hair is shortened and the hair follicles are taken one by one with the help of a micromotor. This process takes 2-4 hours.
Mild crusting, redness and swelling occur for a week after the application in the eyebrow transplant area. The transplanted area heals at the end of a week. It takes three to eight months for the transplanted eyebrows to fully grow. Although a second attempt is usually not required, it is aimed to evaluate the progress at the end of the eighth month and to achieve the desired result with a second session if necessary.