Eyebrow TransplantEyebrow Transplant | FUE (Extraction of Follicular Units)
The eyebrow is a hair, when it is traumatized, it may no longer grow back.
The FUE eyebrow transplant is a surgical technique that makes it possible to partially or totally densify or recreate the eyebrow region and restore the relief and density of a real hair thanks to hair implants.
For this operation, the FUE Saphir technique (Extraction of Follicular Units) without scarring is used. It is done under local anesthesia and can last between 1 to 3 hours of intervention depending on the eyebrow line to be recreated.
The surgeon removes one by one very fine hair from the top of the neck, which is the donor area, one by one, to implant it back into the recipient areas of the eyebrow to be corrected.
The incision is made with a sapphire scalpel which is very thin in order to obtain a good density while respecting the direction of eyebrow growth and to obtain the most natural result possible.
The grafts are implanted by the practitioner with a tweezers, respecting the original shape of the eyebrow and the distribution and orientation of the hair follicles.
On average, it takes between 150 to 200 grafts to completely restore the eyebrow lines.