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Eyebrow transplantation

In recent years, the look of our eyebrows has become increasingly important. Stars like Cara Delevigne in particular have brought full or bushy eyebrows into the limelight. Full and natural eyebrows give the face a certain aura and the eyes enormous expressiveness. On the other hand, narrow or generally light or little eyebrows can make the face appear dull.

Are you one of those people who want full eyebrows?

We would be happy to advise you in detail and, after consultation with our partner clinic, address all your ideas in a free information meeting.

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Consultation
We advise you personally or by telephone regarding the eyebrow transplant in consultation with our partner surgeon

 

 

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Treatment
The treatment takes place after detailed information and discussion examinations by our partner surgeon and specialist in plastic surgery


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Success
You start your life with a new feeling – and we will stay by your side: your well-being is still important to us and you can contact us again at any time

Did you know?

In some cases, eyebrow hair may fall out and become lighter. This is also genetic and cannot be prevented. If you finally want full and bushy eyebrows or if you are tired of constantly putting on make-up, then contact us.

Why eyebrow transplantation?

Eyebrows give our face expression and are therefore an important and noticeable part of our face. However, our genetics and origin determine the color, shape and texture of our eyebrows. Many blond, light brown or red-haired people in particular have light and inconspicuous eyebrows. People of southern origin, for example, usually have very full and dark eyebrows, which many can only dream of.

Some people also struggle with the fact that the eyebrow hair no longer want to grow back because you plucked them away too often and in excess in your youth. This affects many women in particular. Ideals change and so do the desired eyebrow shape. Unfortunately, sometimes the eyebrows no longer grow back completely, then an eyebrow hair transplant can help.

Why eyebrow transplantation?

Eyebrows give our face expression and are therefore an important and noticeable part of our face. However, our genetics and origin determine the color, shape and texture of our eyebrows. Many blond, light brown or red-haired people in particular have light and inconspicuous eyebrows. People of southern origin, for example, usually have very full and dark eyebrows, which many can only dream of.

Some people also struggle with the fact that the eyebrow hair no longer want to grow back because you plucked them away too often and in excess in your youth. This affects many women in particular. Ideals change and so do the desired eyebrow shape. Unfortunately, sometimes the eyebrows no longer grow back completely, then an eyebrow hair transplant can help.

First of all, blood tests are done and blood is taken for the PRP method, also known as autologous blood therapy, that follows the eyebrow transplant. In this, the plasma taken from the blood is injected into the area of ​​the eyebrows after the eyebrow transplant in order to bring about cell activation.

Following the blood sample, the procedure for the eyebrow transplant is discussed with the patient and the shape is determined and drawn in.

The hair on the back of the head is trimmed to about three mm and this region is then numbed locally so that the grafts (hair roots with one to three hairs) can be removed there for the transplant. The FUE method (Follicular Unit Extraction) is used for this. This means that a micromotor is used to obtain the grafts, i.e. a hollow needle that is supported by an electronic motor.

After a short break for the patient, the eyebrow area is numbed.

The correct approach to the next step is very important and determines the success and the appearance of the end result. It is therefore very important that this step is only undertaken by a specialist with years of experience.

Small incisions are made with an extraction needle and the channels are set in which the grafts are then inserted one by one.

Like every procedure, eyebrow transplantation also involves certain risks; these mostly result from the inadequate qualification of the medical staff.

However, these are very low. At this point, infections, feelings of tension, numbness and swelling should be mentioned – side effects that subside after a few days.

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