FUE Eyebrow Transplants
Thicken eyebrows in the long-term without any scarring
Eyebrow transplants are becoming more and more popular.
Democratized via technological advances in capillary transplants, the eyebrow transplant thickens and reshapes thinning/balding eyebrows.
This manual micrograft technique (FUE) provides the most natural of results without any scarring.
Whether it’s due to excessive plucking or resulting from alopecia (hormonal or post-trauma), this procedure produces even, well-balanced, fuller eyebrows in the long-term.
This procedure involves the extraction of hairs from the nape (donor area) which are reimplanted one by one into the eyebrow zone (recipient area) by following the patient’s pre-determined brow line contour design.
Eyebrow Transplants: Step by Step
Prior to the procedure:
A preliminary appointment with Dr Sebbah Simon and our Skin Expert, Aurélia, (an Anna Dermo Art of Eyebrow school graduate) is necessary to define the desired brow line contour. Respecting a geometric methodology, this mapping is done to obtain the most harmonious results which match the patient’s natural face features.
During the Procedure:
The procedure is performed using a local anesthesia. The hair grafts are extracted from the previously shaven donor area, and then reimplanted into the eyebrow arch area.
The procedure lasts anywhere from 1-2 hours.
This procedure can be topped up by a dermopigmentation session, once the healing process has come to an end, and depending on the patient’s desired results.
Following the procedure, the patient must respect a 5-7 day recovery period to optimize the setting of the grafts and the healing process.
A post-surgical protocol will be prescribed to the patient and a follow-up is scheduled.
The results become progressively visible and then definitive 9-12 months following the eyebrow transplant.
Following the procedure, an edema in the eyebrow and lid area is to be expected. It will disappear within 24-48 hours. The scalp can be slightly irritated in the 3-4 days following the transplant. A topical treatment will be prescribed to soothe any discomfort.
As of the 7th day following the procedure, scabs which formed around the donor area and around the transplanted hair zone will disappear.
Answers to frequently asked questions about the FUE Eyebrow Transplants
What are the contraindications?
This treatment is contraindicated in the following cases:
- Infectious ongoing diseases
- Blood clotting issues
- Auto-immune pathologies
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