Eyebrow transplant with FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction)
The eyebrow is a hair, when traumatized, can no longer repel.
For women who do not want permanent make-up, eyebrow grafting is the ideal solution because it gives the eyebrows natural relief and density.
The technique used for this procedure is the FUE method (Follicular Unit Extraction) leaving no scar. It is done under local anesthesia and can last between 1 and 3 hours.
The surgeon takes one by one very thin hairs at the top of the nape of the neck to re-implant them in the areas of the eyebrow to be corrected.
The implantation is done with a needle respecting the original shape of the eyebrow as well as the distribution and orientation of the hairs. The incision must be very tangential in order to respect the direction of the regrowth of the eyebrow and to obtain a natural result.
It takes on average between 150 to 200 grafts to completely reconstitute eyebrows’ lines.
Post-operative effects of eyebrows transplant
Edema may occur in the eyebrows 24 to 48 hours after surgery. The patient may experience some itching and redness during the first few days.
Small crusts, which will take 5 to 7 days to fall, form on the grafts. A large part of the implanted grafts will fall with the crusts and the definitive hair will grow back from the 3rd month.