Due to waxing, scarring, or simply over the years, it is sometimes essential to perform an eyebrow implant to regain its initial density.
The technique used is Sapphire FUE (follicular unit extraction or unit extraction of follicles). It is made with local anesthesia. The follicles are usually extracted from the neck region by being very similar to those of the eyebrows (by the number of hairs per follicle and by their structure).
Total repopulation may require about 500 follicles. The key is a good eyebrow design and follow the natural direction of the hair when the channels are open (the “little holes”). The eyebrows can be repopulated partially (for example to cover scars) or completely. The result is completely natural, durable and leaves no scars.
The post-intervention: the operated patient can have a normal life just after the surgery, it will simply have to respect some steps the first days until the crusts fall (10 days approximately) and to protect from the sun during a few days with Sun glasses.