Eyelash Transplant Surgery

Why have an eyelash transplant?

Like general hair transplant surgery, eyelash surgery can be required because of a number of reasons:

Physical trauma-facial injury and scarring resulting from events such as road accidents, industrial accidents, thermal and chemical burns, tattoos on the eyelid – together with traction alopecia associated with common use of false eyelashes.
Medical and surgical treatments. Surgical treatment of injury or tumour that results in removal of eyelash follicles and tissue scarring; radiotherapy or chemotherapy for cancer that results in loss of hair.
Compulsive plucking of eyelashes and other body hair – termed Trichotillomania.
Absence of hair on all parts of the body as a congenital condition can also be a reason to consider eyelash surgery.
You may have damaged your eyelashes permanently during your beauty routine, possibly by accidentally ripping them out when removing false eyelashes or by over-plucking.

Why have an eyelash transplant?

Like general hair transplant surgery, eyelash surgery can be required because of a number of reasons:

Physical trauma-facial injury and scarring resulting from events such as road accidents, industrial accidents, thermal and chemical burns, tattoos on the eyelid – together with traction alopecia associated with common use of false eyelashes.
Medical and surgical treatments. Surgical treatment of injury or tumour that results in removal of eyelash follicles and tissue scarring; radiotherapy or chemotherapy for cancer that results in loss of hair.
Compulsive plucking of eyelashes and other body hair – termed Trichotillomania.
Absence of hair on all parts of the body as a congenital condition can also be a reason to consider eyelash surgery.
You may have damaged your eyelashes permanently during your beauty routine, possibly by accidentally ripping them out when removing false eyelashes or by over-plucking.

The Eyelash Transplant

An area of scalp in the back of the head is numbed with a local anesthetic. That section (scalp strip) is removed and the wind is closed with stitches. The scalp strip is given to a technician who separates the hair tissue into single hair follicular grafts. The grafts are then one-by-one implanted into the upper eyelid by the surgeon by threading with a curved needle. The procedure takes approximately 3-4 hours and costs around £4,000.
What maintenance do the new eyelashes need?

The transplanted eyelashes come from head hair and therefore the new eyelashes grow just like they would on the head. That means that they need to be trimmed regularly, just like head hair. They also need to be curled so that they blend perfectly with the existing natural eyelashes.

Trimming and curling is easily done and HTI Clinic provide patient with a beauty kit to do this. Patients find that with this simple maintenance their new lashes perfectly blend with existing lashes.
After-care

Patients’ eyes will be a little delicate for a few days after the procedure before quickly returning to normal. It takes around from six months for the new lashes to fully grow in and be seen at their best.

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