Eyebrows have never been a bigger focus of attention in today’s beauty trends. Full and perfectly-groomed, they frame the shape of the face and accentuate its features and expressions. Yet with age, excessive plucking and waxing, and certain health conditions, the eyebrows may grow thin.
Eyebrow transplant Philippines helps restore the natural fullness and youthful appearance of the eyebrows, and give them a permanent, well-defined shape that is easier to maintain.
An eyebrow transplant is an elective form of facial hair transplant in the Philippines that is done for either cosmetic or medical (reconstructive) purposes. The best candidates for the procedure are those who are in good health and are experiencing partial or complete hair loss, whether due to a genetic or medical condition (alopecia), trauma or overplucking.
The procedure takes around 8 hours under local sedation. An eyebrow transplant is similar to a standard hair transplant in the Philippines wherein hair is removed from the back of the head using a special instrument called the Choi Implanter. To achieve the desired fullness and density, an average of 350 to 500 follicles are transplanted, all spaced very tightly.
Patients can immediately go home from the hair transplant clinic following the procedure.
The full and final results of an eyebrow transplant become apparent 6 to 12 months after the initial procedure, and vary from patient to patient.
An eyebrow transplant requires little post-operative care and maintenance. Following the operation, the patient is allowed to drive home , and resume normal activities the next day.
Bruising, mild swelling and skin crusting are common after the procedure, but these should subside after 5 to 7 days.