What to Know Before Having an Eyebrow Transplant
Eyebrows accentuate your eyes, face shape, and play a pivotal role in non-verbal communication. Because eyebrows add so much structure to the face people spend hours plucking, tweezing and threading their eyebrows to get the perfect arc.
What do you do when your eyebrows are too thin or scarce for a simple “fill-in”? The solution- an eyebrow transplant. Keep reading to learn more about an eyebrow transplant and how to prepare for this cosmetic procedure.
What is an Eyebrow Transplant?
Eyebrow transplants are a cosmetic procedure where the surgeon grafts hair plugs into your skin By using skin grafts with active hair follicles’ the surgeon can replace lackluster eyebrows. Because you are embedding active follicles in your skin, the hair will continue to grow over time.
Hair regrowth should begin about three months after your surgery. If some of the grafts don’t take you may need to do a touch-up surgery later on.
Why Get Eyebrow Transplants
Oftentimes people seek out cosmetic procedures like eyebrow transplants to cover up scarring, burns, or natural hair loss. Eyebrow reconstruction can help instill confidence.
If you suffer from alopecia, hypothyroidism, or hypervitaminosis A you may be in need of an eyebrow transplant. These conditions promote temporary or long-term hair loss.
Eyebrows are one of your most important facial features. They help to accentuate your eyes and create a polished look. Because eyebrows are bold they can help hide certain flaws.
Plastic Surgery Procedure
This graft is typically pulled from the nape of your neck or the area around the ear. These are the least visible and most similar hair follicles to eyebrows. Once these grafts are removed they are chilled in a saline solution to keep the follicle active.