Eyebrow transplantation is one of the most preferred treatment methods especially for women. Regular and continuous eyebrows occur in women because they get eyebrows. Eyebrows lose their thickness and volume in old times. Eyebrow cultivation reaches the old thickness in a short time. Eyebrow transplantation is applied successfully in these patient groups. HOW IS SOW TRANSPLANTATION REALIZED? Eyebrow transplantation is performed by FUE hair transplantation method. The procedure performed under local anesthesia lasts for 3-4 hours. Roots from the nape are used for eyebrow transplantation. These roots must be placed at a certain angle and direction in the area to be transplanted. Hair follicles grow at different angles relative to the muscle. Because the shape of the eyebrow is different, caution should be taken when opening the canal during planting. Otherwise, the eyebrow may come out differently when inserted incorrectly, in the opposite direction or downwards. For this reason, eyebrow transplantation should be performed by a qualified doctor. WHAT ARE THE POINTS TO CONSIDER AFTER TREATMENT? It is possible to see very small, pinhead crusts in the plantation area for a week. However, these shells do not prevent the patient from returning to daily life and work because of the rapid shedding. Eyebrow transplantation for two weeks to the sea, swimming pool, intense sunlight, not to have a solarium, is recommended to avoid intensive sports. CAN SOW TRANSPLANT HELP SHAPING? With this method it is possible to give the muscle the desired shape. It can be done during eyebrow transplantation to make the eyebrow with the pointed tip blunt, to make the head thick, to give straight shape to the curved head. WHEN DO THE EARS REMOVE AFTER SOW TRANSPLANTATION? 3 months after sowing begins to emerge. At the end of a process of about 7-8 months, eyebrows take their final shape. After the eyebrows are planted, just like the hair, it starts to fall out after 15 days. Shedding process continues for 3 months. After 3 months, eyebrows are not shed. As the root is taken from the hair on the nape of the eyebrow, they grow as fast as the hair. For this reason, it is useful to cut and trim the ends at 15-day intervals. At the end of a year, eyebrows adapt to the characteristics of the place where they are transplanted and their growth rate slows down. The need for trimming is reduced. After 1 year, eyebrows will begin to gain the characteristics of the place where they are transplanted, their growth rates will slow down and this need to be cut and gradually reduced.