Natural eyebrow transplantation is conducted in four specific and simple stages that are summarized in the following steps:
First Stage: Clinical Examination
The doctor examines the area of the eyebrows and determines the number of follicles needed for transplantation. In normal cases, the number of follicles ranges from 50 to 350, depending on the person’s condition. He then examines the donor area and determines the type of follicles that will be transplanted.
Second Stage: Conducting the Necessary Tests
In addition to skin tests, blood tests are done to identify blood sugar levels to see if something hinders the process of natural eyebrow transplantation.
Third Stage: Picking Out the Follicles
Part of the donor area is shaved to facilitate the picking process. Then the follicles are picked out of the area using a Micro Motor the follicles in which the bulb contains one hair is selected.