Eyebrows are one of the most prominent facial features, vital to facial symmetry and beauty. Thick brows make men and women look very attractive. They are also a significant indicator of someone’s physiological age. People without natural-looking eyebrows or experiencing eyebrow hair loss try different ways to grow their eyebrows back. Unfortunately, many eyebrow hair loss treatments yield only temporary results.
Eyebrow replacement cosmetic surgery has become very popular in recent years due to the growing information and outstanding surgical outcomes. Eyebrow hair transplant Miami with NeoGraft is currently one of the quickest and most effective eyebrow replacement options yielding the most natural eyebrow results.
At Care4Hair, the eyebrow hair restoration consultation and eyebrow hair transplant procedure are performed personally by Dr. Valladares.
Most patients are good candidates for eyebrow hair transplant Miami. However, the ideal candidates are individuals with realistic expectations who have lost their eyebrows’ full and natural look and wished to restore it. Although the FUE eyebrow transplant procedure is safe and effective, a reasonable good medical condition is essential to minimize any risks or complications associated with the surgery.
Patients whose hair loss was caused by conditions such as alopecia areata and fibrosing alopecia may or may not be suitable candidates for Eyebrow hair transplant Miami since hair may not regrow. The best way to determine candidacy is by scheduling a consultation at Care4Hair.
Hair loss can happen to anyone, and anywhere on the body. Even though there are countless medical treatments and growth products, like eyebrow hair loss solutions, serums, and supplements, which can be applied directly to the area, they typically yield temporary results. Depending on the patient’s needs and cosmetic goals, a more advanced option such as eyebrow hair transplant can produce better results.
Eyebrow plastic surgery involves carefully placing the transplanted hair in the areas where a fuller look is wanted. There are also other techniques and methods such as makeup, micropigmenttion (tattoos), which can also help the eyebrows appear fuller. However, these techniques are not as natural and effective as eyebrow replacement cosmetic surgery.
Potential patients typically like to know how many grafts they will need for their eyebrow hair transplant Miami. A surgeon with experience in this type of procedure can better answer this question during the initial consultation. Although every case is different, there are some factors to consider when determining graft numbers such as the patient’s goals, current size and appearance of their eyebrows, and medical history. Some patients may need more grafts than others, and in some cases, the surgeon may suggest more than one eyebrow replacement cosmetic surgery.
Depending on whether the patient wants a large or small amount of eyebrow hair restoration, the standard eyebrow transplant procedure can involve transplanting around 50 to 400 hair grafts per eyebrow. Hair grafts usually have one or two hairs. An average of 200-400 grafts are needed for a smooth eyebrow, and 250 and 400 individual hairs to achieve the fuller and most natural looking results.
Eyebrow hair transplant needs to be performed by an experienced surgeon since it requires a unique skill to identify the natural bend of the hair. During your initial consultation, Dr. Valladares will explain the details of your eyebrow hair transplant. Patients should understand the benefits as well as limitations before undergoing this procedure. Some factors for discussion include scar tissue, hair coverage, and density. Patients can also ask follow-up questions by phone or e-mail.
The first step in this procedure is designing the eyebrows. The surgeon will make sure the results are aesthetically pleasing to the eye while patients also provide their feedback. Oral sedation may be required and anesthesia is injected to minimize any sensation. Donor hairs are usually taken from the back of the head by using the FUE eyebrow transplant technique.
Depending on several factors, such as the patient’s aesthetic goals and background, the surgeon will determine which method is more suitable. In some cases, hair may also be removed from lower down in the back of the head since the hair is more delicate in this area. The grafts are then placed into the recipient sites and checked several hours after. Once the patient and surgeon are happy with the results, the patient can leave the clinic and begin the recovery process.
Following the eyebrow hair transplant, patients may experience some bruising and swelling around the eyes and other side effects. They will also see improvement in the shape and thickness of their eyebrows immediately after the procedure. It is natural for the grafted hair to fall out in a few weeks and new hair to grow. This is part of the natural healing process. The finished results are seen approximately 4-6 months to a year after. Patients can trim and style their new brows as usual and follow the surgeon’s advice on how to maintain them.
The eyebrow hair transplant procedure has similar risks and side effects to other surgeries. Some of the most common risks may include swelling, pinkness, some tenderness, graft failure, improper orientation of the transplanted hair, damage to existing brow hairs, in-grown hairs, poor eyebrow hair growth, and the transplanted hair not matching the color and texture of the natural brow hairs. Itching is also possible while the eyebrow heals. In some cases, patients may benefit from a second procedure a year after the initial one. A second procedure can help achieve better density.
The eyebrow thickening procedure is charged by the graft; therefore, the eyebrow hair transplant cost is based on the number of grafts needed. Patients commonly need 30-300 follicular unit grafts per eyebrow. The minimum cost of eyebrow hair restoration is $1, 200.00 but the price can vary widely between clinics across the United States. At Care4Hair we typically charge between $2.00 to $3.50 per graft.