Eyebrow Hair Transplant
The eyebrow’s main function is to prevent sweat entering our eyes.
Eyebrows are considered to be one of the most expressive of our features and therefore play an important role in interpersonal communication.
Eyebrows essentially frame and give symmetry to the face, thus they are very important to a person’s appearance.
Loss of eyebrow hair can have a profound effect on a person’s self-confidence, self-esteem and general well-being.
Eyebrow transplantation is a hair restoration procedure that can be especially challenging.
Various medical conditions can result in eyebrow loss, but the most common causes are self-induced.
Causes of eyebrow loss
• Excessive plucking with tweezers, photolysis or laser hair removal
• Trauma from accident or burn injuries
• Exaggerated and unnatural eyebrow tattooing (permanent)
• Regimen illness (thyroid, anaemia)
• Medical or surgical treatments including chemotherapy, actinotherapy or tumour removal surgery
• Genetic causes
• Aesthetic reasons
Rectification / restoration techniques
Individuals often try to deal with the problem of eyebrow loss by using tattooing or an eyebrow pencil. These techniques do not provide a permanent solution as they do not give the volume and the exact color needed for a natural result.
Dr Kouremada-Zioga uses the Micro-FUE method to treat eyebrow-loss and guarantees a personal, natural and permanent solution to the problem.
This procedure is painless and can be successfully used for both men and women who have lost part or all of their eyebrows.
Using special tools and choosing the thinner, finer and single follicles of the patient’s donor hair to match the rest of the eyebrow, Dr Kouremada-Zioga implants the grafts one by one to achieve a natural and highly aesthetic result.
This advanced technique is carried out without the need to create any incisions or openings to the skin, so healing and recovery is efficient.
The new hair falls out gradually after a few weeks (only the stem part, as the follicle remains there) and then during the next three months the growing stage begins and is completed 12 months after the procedure.
The patient gets full and natural brows again without marks or scars, and the transplanted hair follicles grow to form the totally natural result and shape patients desire.