Eyebrow Transplant In Turkey

Ali Emre Karadeniz is a plastic surgeon and hair transplant surgeon. He is the only American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery Certified Turkish plastic surgeon. He has performed over 3000 hair operations. He is an active member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).

The eyebrows are such critical elements of facial aesthetics that only natural hair can give the desired natural look, as opposed to widely used procedures like tattooing. We are a hair transplant clinic in Istanbul, Turkey that provides eyebrow transplants.

Eyebrow Transplant

The sparseness of eyebrows can be a genetic tendency or a result of aggressive picking habits and is an important cosmetic problem for many people, especially women.

Camouflage treatments like tattooing have been fashionable recently although they have been far from giving the desired natural look. The eyebrows are such critical elements of facial aesthetics that only natural hair can give a satisfactory restoration.

The surgical technique of an eyebrow transplant consists of harvesting donor hair from the back of the scalp and placing them at the eyebrow region with similar caliber, angles and directions of the original hair.

Although both FUT and FUE can be used for this purpose, our experience shows that FUT allows us to prepare grafts with a longer hair shaft enabling us to respect the natural curvature of the hair while placing.

In a medium sized eyebrow transplant we will use 300-500 grafts as opposed to 800-1000 grafts when a total restoration is needed. The grafts can be harvested without visible shaving and the transplanted area can be camouflaged using large framed eyeglasses for up to two weeks.

Our clinic provides hair loss treatments including eyebrow transplants. Fill the consultation form now to learn about eyebrow transplant costs and the treatment options we offer you.

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