The face is considered the most important element of human appearance and has a direct impact on your social life. The nose, lips, eyebrows and all the other elements of the face combine to form a beautiful exterior. It provides many facial expressions and an aesthetic appearance, especially for women with dense, beautiful-looking eyebrows.
Therefore, it is obvious that everyone wants to have thick and beautiful eyebrows. However, sometimes eyebrows weaken at birth or fall out over time for very different reasons.
Some conditions can be caused by genetic factors, burns, surgery or disease. As a result, eyebrow transplants are performed to achieve a high aesthetic density and shape.
Like all body hair, eyebrows can fall out over time under the influence of different factors:
The donor area (back of the head) plays a major role in eyebrow transplantation. People who have eligible hair on the donor area can follow this procedure.
Eyebrow implants cannot be performed if you do not have an eligible donor area. It will be determined whether or not you are a candidate after seeing your donor area and your recipient area.
Before starting the eyebrow transplant with the Sapphire FUE technique, a local anaesthetic is applied to the eyebrow area and then the operation is started. This way, there is no pain sensation before and after the operation.
First, the donor area is determined. The best donor area for women is the area on the back of the head between the two ears. The number of grafts required for an eyebrow transplant varies depending on the area of the eyebrow and is between 50-100 and 400-500.
With the Sapphire FUE technique, the roots of the donor area are taken individually using a three-headed tool. The follicles must be implanted in the single-rooted eyebrow region.
The roots are implanted one by one in open channels, depending on the density and desired shape of the patient. The eyebrows grow at an angle of 10 to 15 degrees, so they take on their natural shape at the time of transplantation.
Permanent hair growth in the eyebrows takes time and goes through several stages until the final result is achieved.
Hair begins to grow after a week of the operation, but progressive hair loss begins until the second month. After the third month, the hair starts to grow back gradually until the sixth month.
Usually you get the final result about six months after the procedure.
Modern eyebrow transplant technology provides effective results. The patient does not have to stay in the hospital after the procedure, but must follow a few instructions: