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The problem of eyebrow loss which is frequently seen in women becomes permanent in most cases. Permanent makeup etc. is usually considered as the solution. However, the most natural solution to this problem is the eyebrow transplantation procedure.

Men have only hair loss. However, women also suffer from alopecia problem in eyebrows and eyelashes. Eyebrow Loss (Madarosis) affects one in every 100 women. It is important to pay attention to eyebrow loss problem. Otherwise, an irreversible process may be experienced.

The drugs used in treatment may cause temporary and permanent eyebrow loss. At this point, eyebrow transplantation may be a solution.

There are various causes for eyebrow loss. These include;
The main mistake is eyebrow plucking,
Health problems experienced by the person.

First of all, you should go to a dermatologist. The underlying cause of eyebrow loss should be investigated. Because shedding may often be associated with mistakes of the individual. In addition, diseases and medications used may cause eyebrow hair loss. Therefore, a dermatologist should be referred.

You should continue the treatment recommended by your doctor for at least 6 months. If there is no positive development in this process, one solution remains. This solution is eyebrow transplantation. However, no hurry is required for this method. It is essential that you do a serious research beforehand. Otherwise, you may have the procedure by the individuals without sufficient experience. As a result, annoying results may occur.

FUE technique is used in eyebrow transplantation. The procedure is completed under local anesthesia within 3 to 4 hours. The roots collected from the neck during eyebrow transplantation are used. Transplant roots should be transplanted at a certain angle from a certain direction. The current angle on hair follicles is 45 degrees. However, roots are removed from the skin at an average angle of 10-15 degrees during eyebrow transplantation. Eyebrow transplantation should therefore be performed by specialists.

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