Eyebrow Transplant

Eyebrow Transplant
Eyebrow Transplant

At Tana Clinic, we believe that eyebrows are essential to your facial harmony. With our Eyebrow Transplant service, we help you redefine and enhance the beauty of your eyes.

What is an Eyebrow Transplant?

Eyebrow Transplant is a cosmetic procedure where hair is taken from a donor area, typically the back of the scalp, and transplanted to the eyebrows. This procedure can give you fuller, more defined eyebrows and can help restore eyebrows lost due to over-plucking, aging, medical conditions, or trauma.

Who Gets an Eyebrow Transplant?

Eyebrow transplants are not just for anyone seeking to enhance their eyebrow aesthetics. They're often sought by people who have thin or patchy eyebrows due to genetics, aging, diseases such as alopecia, or over-plucking. It's also a popular choice for those who have experienced hair loss from trauma, burns, or certain types of chemotherapy. By recreating a natural, fuller brow, an eyebrow transplant can help restore confidence and contribute to a more balanced facial appearance.

Does Eyebrow Transplantation Work?

Yes, eyebrow transplantation can be highly effective. The procedure involves transplanting hair from a donor site (usually the back of the scalp) to the eyebrow region. These transplanted hair follicles, which are resistant to the hormone that causes hair loss, will continue to grow in their new location. Patients often experience significant improvement in the density and shape of their eyebrows post-procedure. However, as with all medical procedures, individual results may vary.

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The Risks or Complications of Eyebrow Transplantation

Eyebrow transplantation is considered a safe procedure, but as with any surgery, it carries some risks. Potential complications can include infection, bleeding, and scarring, though these are rare. Some people may also experience temporary swelling or bruising around the eyes.

One risk specific to eyebrow transplantation is that the transplanted hairs, being originally scalp hairs, continue to grow long and may require regular trimming. Additionally, the transplanted hair may not always follow the natural direction of eyebrow growth, requiring careful implantation by a skilled surgeon.

Lastly, there's a risk of poor growth of the transplanted hair, though this is rare, especially when the procedure is conducted by an experienced professional.

Remember, it's essential to discuss these potential risks and your medical history with your surgeon before undergoing an eyebrow transplant.

Why Choose Tana Clinic for Your Eyebrow Transplant?

Expertise and Precision: Our experienced team has extensive knowledge in performing Eyebrow Transplants. They meticulously place each hair follicle to ensure a natural appearance and growth direction.

Tailored Results: We customize every Eyebrow Transplant to suit your facial aesthetics and personal preferences, ensuring you receive eyebrows that enhance your natural beauty.

Exceptional Care: We are committed to ensuring your comfort and satisfaction throughout the entire process, from consultation to recovery.

The Eyebrow Transplant Process at Tana Clinic

  1. Consultation: We assess your needs, discuss your expectations, and devise a personalized treatment plan.

  2. Procedure: Hair follicles are carefully harvested from the donor area and transplanted to the eyebrows, matching your natural hair growth direction.

  3. Recovery: Post-procedure, we provide comprehensive aftercare instructions for optimal healing and results.

  4. Follow-up: We conduct regular follow-ups to ensure you are happy with the results and to monitor the new eyebrow growth.

Enhance your expressions with perfectly shaped eyebrows. Contact Tana Clinic today to schedule an Eyebrow Transplant consultation.


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Unraveling Eyebrow Transplant: Your Queries Answered

Making the choice to undergo an Eyebrow Transplant can come with numerous questions. At Tana Clinic, we are dedicated to providing you with all the necessary information to make a confident decision. Here, we've compiled answers to some frequently asked questions about our Eyebrow Transplant service. If your specific question isn't addressed, please reach out to our team.

It's a cosmetic procedure where hair from a donor area, typically the back of your scalp, is transplanted to your eyebrows to give you fuller, more defined eyebrows.

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, so you won't feel any pain during the transplant. Post-procedure discomfort, if any, can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.

You can expect to see new hair growth within 3-4 months after the procedure. However, the full results may take up to a year to fully manifest, as the transplanted follicles grow hair at their natural pace.

Yes, the results of an Eyebrow Transplant are generally permanent. The transplanted hair follicles are genetically resistant to balding, and they retain this resistance when moved to the new location.

Yes, once the transplanted area has fully healed, you can shape and trim your eyebrows just like your normal hair.

As with any surgical procedure, potential side effects may include redness, swelling, and minor discomfort in the treated area. However, these usually subside within a few days.

After an eyebrow transplant, the transplanted hairs will typically fall out within two to three weeks - this is a normal part of the process and not cause for concern. The hair follicles remain and will initiate new hair growth in the next few months. By the 6 to 12 month mark, most patients will see significant new eyebrow growth. It's important to note that the transplanted hairs will continue to grow like scalp hair and will need to be trimmed regularly.

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