Eyebrow Transplant: What You Need to Know Before Getting One

Your hair may be your crowning glory but your eyebrow microblading Perth are what define your eyes’ beauty. Imagine not having them and you might have nightmares thinking of how embarrassing it is to show your face in public with that tiny, almost insignificant part of your face missing.

There can be a number of reasons how a person could lose his eyebrows. 1. Excessive plucking of eyebrows. 2. Too much hair removal techniques like laser and threading to reshape the arch. 3. Trauma to the frontal head. 4. Effects of some medical treatments like chemotherapy which destroys even your healthy hair cells and follicles. No matter what the reason is, it is important to regrow your eyebrow to avoid getting too much unnecessary attention from other people.

Not all who’d lost their eyebrows are candidates for an eyebrow transplant. This is only meant for people who had lost their eyebrows permanently because of a disease, trauma, or from toxic chemicals. For people who temporarily lost their brows because of over plucking or with accidental shavings, waiting for them to grow back is a free commodity.

Eyebrow transplantation is very much similar with the principle behind hair transplantation. Both aims to regrow what is lost, but should have them in the most natural and instant ways.

Hair follicles under the skin are responsible for making our hair grow. Each follicle contains the nutrients needed for a healthy growth of hair. In cases where the hair follicles are destroyed, the only way to make them work again is to stimulate them to facilitate hair growth.

This type of surgical procedure needs to be performed by a surgical team that specializes with eyebrow transplant. This is a very delicate procedure that will require the best skills and experience to achieve its success. To do this, hair strands, at least 350 of them, with the follicles intact, are taken from the patient’s head and are planted at the area just above the eyes. The patient only needs to have local anaesthesia applied on the transplant area during the procedure. A slight swelling and bruising may appear at the skin underneath the brows. It usually takes three days to a week for the brows to completely heal and will need a lot of grooming and cutting as those are head hair that tends to grow faster and you need to have normal length of eyebrows. It should be expected that a month after the transplant, your newly grown eyebrows will fall out. You should not freak out or let out any violent reactions as this is normal. After that, new hairs will grow out of the new follicles that were implanted. Extreme precision of the transplant site should be prioritized as no one would want to have funny, lopsided eyebrows.

Eyebrow transplant is for both men and women who wish to correct eyebrow loss in a minimally invasive, surgical way. This procedure might be uncommon and would cause eyebrows (those who still have them) to rise, but it is the only possible way to regrow permanently lost eyebrows.

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