Eyebrows serve a key role in eye protection, communication, and self‐expression. The etiology of Eyebrow hair loss is an important factor to consider when evaluating patients for the possibility of hair transplantation. Hair loss can be physiologic, as seen in normal aging, or iatrogenic as in chronic hair plucking or laser removal procedures. Burns, trauma, and surgical excision of adjacent skin are other common primary causes of hair loss. Secondary causes of hair loss also occur . Secondary causes should be ruled out or corrected before hair transplantation can be considered. . Follicular unit transplantation provides a means of restoring eyebrow fullness and architecture. With careful attention and augmentation of follicle transfer techniques, a natural end result is possible
Eyebrow Transplant Is a very Fine procedure Requiring Acumen Of Cutaneous Surgeon.
For the procedure, grafts are generally harvested from the nape of the neck or from just above the ear as they match the fine natural hair of the eye brow. Grafts having few follicles( mostly 1 or 2 ) are chosen And implanted in a meticulous manner in the pre-planned areas following the natural angle. on average, around 100 to 500 grafts are transplanted depending upon the deficit. The whole procedure is done under local anaesthesia. Recovery time is very less in the procedure after 2 to 4 days of the rest person can join the duties.