Definitive eyebrows

The eyes are one of the most important parts od the human face

The eyebrows protect the eyes and give beauty and aesthetic harmony to the face.

The total or partial loss of the eyebrows may produce a deep change in the look and have a devastating effect on the self-esteem.

 

 

WHAT CAUSES THE LOSS OR ALTERATION OF THE EYEBROWS?

  • Genetics;
  • Hormonal changes (ex.:menopause);
  • Excessive Waxing or over plucking to give it shape: may lead to the permanent loss of the eyebrows (probably the main cause);
  • Systemic or local disease;
  • Physical trauma such as accidents or burns;
  • Tearing by obsessive-compulsive disorder: Trichotillomania;
  • Medical or surgical treatment: Chemotherapy, radiotherapy, local tumor removal;
  • Alopecia areata: Dermatological condition of genetic and immunological origin.

 

FUE HAIR TRANSPLANT: SAFE, NATURAL, FAST AND PAIN-FREE

Currently both men and women suffering from total or partial eyebrow loss can have it restored through the FUE hair transplantation.
It is a safe effective and minimally invasive procedure capable of restoring eyebrows in a single procedure.

For the eyebrow only follicular units with one or two hairs are transplanted, and placed in the right angle to ensure the natural look of the outcome.

We apply local anesthesia and the donor hairs are from the scalp, mainly close to the ears where the hair has a thickness similar to the eyebrows.

The transplanted hairs, at first, will grow faster than the rest of the hair originally from the eyebrow and it will be necessary to cut them with some frequency. As time goes by, the growth rate decreases. They also may take 4 to 6 months to begin growing and the final results can be seen after 12 to 18 months.

 

 

PERSONALIZED TREATMENT, GUARANTEED SUCCESS

Most of the situations described above can be treated with the hair transplantation technique FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) for the eyebrow area. Local or systemic diseases must be controlled prior to ensure the success of the procedure. The compulsive tearing (trichotillomania) must also be treated to ensure the transplantation is permanent. 

However, all patients have different characteristics, so it is essential that patients are assessed and diagnosed by a qualified physician. Our entire team is certified by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.