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Eye Brow Restoration

Eyebrow hair transplantation is a permanent and beautiful surgical solution to redesign, restore and growing scarred, thin and missing eyebrow hair. This highly artistic solution to such a delicate issue lasts lifelong and blesses a person with lovely eyes. It is a proven transplantation technique that solve the brow hair loss issue forever by arching shape, appropriating thickness, lengthening brows and spacing right between the eyebrows. Eyebrow restoration is a delicate and a faster procedure that require 2 – 3 hours and leaves no linear scar or sutures behind. The donor skin heals easily after this non- invasive transplantation without any pain.

State- of- the- art hair follicular unit transplantation meticulously takes place under the care of an FUT surgeon by injecting the person with general or local anaesthesia in the surgical area. The procedure involves transplantation of 50 to 325 hairs into each brow. Hair follicles with complete substance are chosen and removed from the donor area “back scalp of ears” and are transplanted discreetly into a chosen area. Each single hair unit is individually transplanted with the smallest diameter. No removal of a skin patch is required. After the procedure, hair regrow at the third month and continue to grow for lifetime. New hair naturally blend with the existing hair and can be plucked or trimmed for make- up purpose. FUT eyebrow technique has no downtimes as it demands minimal aftercare. The patient can leave for home right after the transplantation is done.

Who Can undergo Hair or Eye Brow Restoration?

  • women with thinning scalp hair

  • lost hair as a result of burns or other scalp injuries.

  • to restructure their hairline.

  • hair loss due to mechanical or traction alopecia (non-hormonal).

  • Women who have a distinct pattern of baldness, similar to that of male pattern baldness-hairline recession, vertex thinning (on the crown or top of the scalp), and a donor area that is not affected by Androgenetic Alopecia.

  • hair loss due to trauma, including burn victims, scarring from accidents, and chemical burns.

  • Women who have had previous cosmetic or plastic surgery and are concerned about hair loss around the incision sites.

  • Women diagnosed with traction alopecia or alopecia marginalis.

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