May 28, 2015
Have your eyebrows naturally thinned over time or have they been over-plucked or waxed? Are you tired of drawing them in just to be unhappy with the unnatural result? Dr. Thompson offers a safe and permanent solution for natural eyebrow hair restoration with NeoGraft, the first automated hair transplant system.
The eyebrows are an important part of facial symmetry and greatly contribute to the aesthetic appearance of men and women. Eyebrows frame the eyes, typically the first facial feature others notice. An eyebrow transplant in Utah with Dr. Thompson provides the most natural looking result possible.
The NeoGraft Difference
- Fuller, natural-looking eyebrows
- No scalpel, no stitches, and no scars
- Fast, easy recovery – return to work the next ayd
- Permanent results in one quick session
During a free consultation with Dr. Thompson, he will assess your current level of hair growth and discuss the outcome you would like to achieve. Men typically have thicker eyebrows that are horizontal while women prefer a delicate brow with an elegantly arched shape.
The key to a successful eyebrow transplant in Utah is proper angulation of the hair follicle during the transplantation process. Dr. Thompson positions the follicles to the upper part of the central edge of the eyebrow if pointed upward while the lateral part of the brow points down toward the ear. The hair will be pointed slightly downward in the upper part of the brow with the lower portion pointing upward, similar to the pattern of a feather.
Following your NeoGraft eyebrow restoration your eyebrows will look more dense and full to the level you desire. In the weeks immediately following transplantation the new hairs will shed, which is completely normal. The follicles will then generate new hair and within a few months you will see the new growth.
For more information, call (801)776-2220 for a free quote and/or consultation with Dr. Thompson in Layton, Bountiful or Draper, Utah.Tags: eyebrow restoration, eyebrow transplant, fue, hair restoration, hair transplant surgery, neograft
This post was written by Jenny Yergensen