It is the process of transplanting hair follicles that can be taken from all donor areas, primarily the back of the head, to the area that remains without eyebrows as a result of shedding.
It is one of the most preferred treatment methods, especially by women.
Since women regularly pluck, wax, or thread their eyebrows, eyebrow hair may stop growing back. When it comes to enhancing physical beauty and making a good first impression, your eyebrows are your most important facial feature, including your eyes.
Eyebrow hair is different from other hair types on your body. It should be known that the type of face and ethnicity affect the thickness of your eyebrow, but as you get older, the actual shape of your eyebrow also changes significantly. Eyebrow transplantation is a 3-4 hour operation under local anesthesia. It is commonly done using FUE management. In this method, after the follicles are collected from the donor area and classified, the transplantation process is performed to the area where eyebrow loss is experienced or aesthetic correction is desired. 3 months after transplanting, the transplanted roots begin to emerge. At the end of an average of 7-8 months, the roots that are transplanted are completed.