Eyebrow Transplantation & Eyebrow Transplantation Restoration
The eyebrows are one of the most critical elements of the face which help determine how we look, externally.
In many respects, the eyebrows are more important to a person’s appearance than the scalp hair, because they have a more central position on the face and serve in order to frame the eyes (perhaps the most important element of the face). Unlike scalp hair loss, the loss of eyebrows is not considered as a natural process and is therefore not cosmetically acceptable.
When can one lose their eyebrows?
The eyebrows may be lost for various reasons, including the thyroid diseases and other systemic diseases, such as alopecia areata, burns, tattoos, infections, repeated depilation, congenital weakness in their growth, and a genetic tendency of the eyebrows to thin, or even disappear, over time.
Eyebrow restorations are similar to the hair transplantation procedures performed on the scalp, meaning that, in the case of suitable candidates, transplanted hair is permanent.
However, since the eyebrows have their own unique properties, eyebrow transplantations differ from hair transplantations at various important points.