What Is Eyebrow Transplantation?
Steps of Eyebrow Transplantation
The transplantation site and eyebrow design are determined at the consultation. At this stage, a plan is formulated by the doctor in accordance with the person’s facial features and wishes.
This process is performed with the DHI method, which is generally known as a no-shave method. The small number of grafts needed makes this procedure easy to perform. In this process, only a very small area in the nape of the individual’s neck, which is the donor area, is shaved, which can be covered by surrounding hairs. In this way the hair follicles can be better harvested. Only follicles with a single hair shaft in them are collected as single hair follicles provide a better cosmetic appearance in the eyebrow. In this procedure, local anesthesia is applied to the area hair follicles are harvested from.
In eyebrow transplant operations performed with the DHI technique, local anesthesia is also applied to the transplantation area. Hair follicles are transplanted with Choi Implanter pens at appropriate angles and directions. The DHI method offers the chance to plant directly without the need for canals. Thus, the process is completed quickly and the tissue in the treatment area is preserved better.
What Happens After the Procedure?
There are certain points to be taken into consideration after an eyebrow transplant. For a healthy and natural-looking result, the period after the operation is as important as the operation itself. If the recommendations of the doctor and patient representatives are followed in the post-operative period, no adverse events are expected to occur.