Eyebrow Transplantation

Jan 7, 2023

Dr. Akaki Tsilosani doing operation
Eyebrows Can be Restored!

Eyebrows can be restored!

Eyebrow transplantation is a surgical procedure that involves the relocation of hair follicles from one area of the body to the eyebrows. The goal of this procedure is to restore or improve the appearance of eyebrows that are thin or have been lost due to genetic factors, trauma, or medical conditions such as alopecia or chemotherapy.

There are two main methods for performing an eyebrow transplant: Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT).

FUE is a minimally invasive technique that involves the extraction of individual hair follicles from the donor area, typically the back of the head, using a small punch tool. The harvested follicles are then carefully transplanted into the eyebrows, following the natural direction of hair growth. One of the main advantages of FUE is that it does not leave a visible scar, as the incisions are very small and heal quickly.

FUT, on the other hand, involves the removal of a strip of skin from the donor area, which is then dissected under a microscope to extract the individual hair follicles. The transplanted follicles are then placed into the eyebrows, again following the natural direction of hair growth. FUT is a more invasive procedure than FUE and may result in a linear scar in the donor area.

Both FUE and FUT can be used to achieve natural-looking results in eyebrow transplantation

The best method for a particular patient will depend on their individual needs and goals, as well as the availability of donor hair.

It is important to note that eyebrow transplantation is a surgical procedure that requires the expertise of a qualified and experienced hair transplant surgeon. It is also essential to carefully research and choose a reputable clinic to ensure the best possible outcomes.

Overall, eyebrow transplantation can be an effective solution for individuals seeking to restore or improve the appearance of their eyebrows. The FUE and FUT methods are both viable options, with the best choice depending on the individual’s specific needs and goals.