Eyebrow and Eyelash Transplant
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What is a Eyebrow & Eye Lash Hair Transplant?
Men and women who have complete or partial eyelash loss or eyebrow loss can restore their eyelashes and eyebrows with the micro-surgical procedure for hair transplants. It's safe, effective and minimally invasive. It requires only one session most of the time.
The medical term used to describe losing eyelashes can be described as madarosis. Loss of eyelashes can be temporary or permanent. This is typically caused by blepharitis or swelling of the eyes. It could be congenital or as a cause of infection.
Plucked, waxing, and other violent manipulations to the hairs of the brow and lashes could increase the loss of permanent hair. Today, advances in medical and surgical techniques offer a holistic approach to eyebrow hair restoration and eyelash growth for women and men.
It is indeed an minimally-invasive micro-surgical procedure. A single procedure is all that's required.
Hair from the donor is removed one follicle at a moment from your legs or scalp. The hair of the donor is typically extracted from a place that has finer, not coarser hair. This is because hair that is finer will be an ideal and more exact "match" for eyebrow hair. Hair transplanted from donor sites is micro-surgically , one or two hairs at one time. Each graft is inserted in an incision that is made to accommodate it. The use of hairs that are single micrografts or single hairs, allows an exact adherence to the contour of the eyebrows for natural-looking appearance.
They are indeed hair you naturally grow. In many instances the final results appear more beautiful and sculpted than the one you were born with.
It can take up to four months for your new hairs to start to grow and you can anticipate the results to attain the maximum level of fullness within a year. The majority of patients who see Epstein maintain their new brows with tweezing but trimming them every couple of weeks. For the majority of patients, the cost for admission is a significant investment.
When it comes to your actual lashes, Linkov said people should expect the transplanted hairs to begin to fall out post-surgery. This prompts new hair shafts to grow over the course of 4 to 6 months. The transplanted hairs often will fall out with the crusts as soon as 5 to 8 days after the procedure