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Big, lush eyebrows are back in style. On runways, commercials, and all over our Instagram feeds, they are treated as the ultimate fashion accessory that frames the eye, enhances the aesthetic appeal of the face, and compliments the makeup. Flawlessly plucked or not, they also serve to protect the eye.

Both aesthetically and functionally, eyebrows are one of the most important facial features. Cosmetic surgeons offer a couple of procedures that help increase their density, but none of them is as nearly effective as eyebrow transplant. For those who crave gorgeous eyebrows, there is no better solution.

Here’s everything you need to know about getting an eyebrow transplant.

What Is Involved in This Hairy Procedure?

Eyebrow transplant is a pretty simple procedure. It typically involves a local anesthetic and between 250 and 400 individual hair follicles that are taken from an area behind your ears (using teeny tiny needles) and placed tightly together to form an eyebrow. Patients are dismissed immediately after.

Although procedurally simple, an eyebrow transplant is a quite meticulous process that is technically very demanding. The cosmetic surgeon must operate with utmost precision, using very small needles, and make sure not to leave any scarring. It is a task for a professional with some experience.

What Happens After an Eyebrow Transplant?

After your eyebrow transplant has been completed, you are allowed to go home and continue with your daily activities. Except for some swelling and redness, or light bruising and crusting, there are no other side effects you need to tend to. In a majority of cases, patients look great after three days.

What Happens After an Eyebrow Transplant?

After your eyebrow transplant has been completed, you are allowed to go home and continue with your daily activities. Except for some swelling and redness, or light bruising and crusting, there are no other side effects you need to tend to. In a majority of cases, patients look great after three days.

Some shedding may occur and is no cause for panic. This usually happens around four months after the procedure, when new hair follicles start to grow. The eyebrows will gradually take a healthy-looking natural shape, but it typically isn’t until a full year that the end result is fully visible.

Do You Need an Eyebrow Transplant At All?

The most common reason for getting an eyebrow transplant is overplucking. Where there were once empty sports in your bushy brows, this procedure will help grow healthy new hair. Along with age and hereditary eyebrow pattern, other frequent reasons for undergoing a transplant procedure are:

  • Chemo or radiotherapy
  • Skin trauma or scarring
  • Trichotillomania
  • Other systemic diseases

By making your eyebrows even, glossy, thick, and well-shaped, this cosmetic procedure also gives a more youthful appearance to your entire face. Because of this, and since it is painless and completely risk-free, many people are undergoing an eyebrow transplant procedure for purely aesthetic reasons.

How to Prepare for an Eyebrow Transplant?

Even though an eyebrow transplant bears no risks whatsoever, it’s certainly advisable for candidates to discuss the procedure with their doctors first. For no other reason either than your peace of mind, talk to your dermatologist too and have them recommend you a competent hair transplant surgeon.

If it has been a while since you’ve got to enjoy your healthy, thick and youthful brows, an eyebrow transplant is certainly something to consider. And, if you’re interested in learning more about what this procedure entails, feel free to contact us or to make an appointment with one of our specialists.

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