Eyebrows and eyelashes reconstruction and thickening
Eyelashes and eyebrows people are most often deprived due to injuries and injuries, electrical, thermal and chemical burns, local diseases and diseases of a physical nature; as a result of plucking to give the eyebrows a certain shape, permanent tattoo, or with neuroses, during or after radiation and chemotherapy, surgical operations to remove tumors. Rare eyelashes and eyebrows or lack thereof - all this can be a sign of the innate characteristics of the body.
Restoration and thickening of the eyebrows is carried out under local anesthesia. During the procedure, the surgeons at the clinic Volosy.ru use mostly "odinichki" and double grafts, or micrografts, achieving absolute naturalness in everything related to the contour of the eyebrows chosen by the patient and transplantologist and the planned thickness. The place of donor fence doctors determine, taking into account the aesthetic component of the procedure, in order to transplant the thinnest hairs, thus achieving the greatest possible visual authenticity with a "landing" from nature. Grafts are transplanted into cuts specially made for them. If the initial rarefaction was significant, surgeons can suggest an additional operation to thicken the eyebrows. The repeated procedure is carried out approximately one year after the first, when the hair has already grown.
To help the transplanted grafts follow the surgeon's prescribed direction of growth, it is recommended that patients use special gels as first aid for the procedure, and, of course, shear eyebrows with a manicure scissors.
Restoring eyelashes, the surgeons of the clinic Hairy.ru make the fence of the finest hairs FUT, or strip-classic of modern transplantology or FUE-method with the occipital the area of the patient's head, as well as in the reconstruction of the eyebrows. Usually it is "deuces" (grafts containing two hairs), which are transplanted into the coronary incisions of the edge of the eyelids.
In the clinic Volosy.ru has gained an exclusive experience of such operations. Back in the end of 2004, our surgeons began with the classical method of planting micrografts in the coronal incisions of the edge of the eyelids. The results were monitored for the next three years. The very first patient who lost her eyelashes due to trauma, in 2005, a thickening was performed in the zone of loss of eyelashes, and then in December 2006 another correction was performed. The result in the cosmetic plan pleased both the patient and the doctors.
In the clinic of Volosy.ru since 2007, the method of "sewing" grafts into the tissue of the eyelids is practiced, which transplantologists, however, changed somewhat, using their own version of the needle as opposed to the "French needle" (Alan J. Bauman MD). Modeling the nature, doctors try to produce a fence for transplantation, not so much as a "unit", as in a number of other clinics, as there are grafts with double hairs, because eyelashes usually grow in groups of two or three hairs.
With careful processing of each graft, the fiber is removed as much as possible around the shaft of the hair and the follicle itself, thereby not overloading the tissue of the eyelid with an additional subcutaneous tissue, which means that the architectonics of the subcutaneous layer of the century is completely preserved. The newly created series of new eyelashes is transplanted over and between the rare natural hairs. Approximately twelve months after transplantation, a repeated procedure for eyelid thickening is allowed.
The most common side effect is itching, which worries patients for several postoperative days. But, alas, you can not scratch the transplant area, otherwise the new cilia may be damaged or infected and not even get accustomed. In order not to fall for the bait of a sudden desire to disturb the operated eyelids, it is recommended to cover them with sunglasses for a while and use the preparations against itching. When the hairs will go into growth, a special oil and a device for twisting the eyelashes will help them grow in the direction given by the surgeons.
Contraindications for the transplantation of eyelashes are parasitic, fungal and microbial infections. Surgery is also not recommended for cases of nodular alopecia, affecting the eyelids, with its unclear origin and often unpredictable result.