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Nuisance eyebrow hair successfully removed via CIT -THE RESULTS!


#1

This is an eyebrow reconstruction. The patient had misplaced hair growing above his right eyebrow in an unnatural location. The medial border of the right eyebrow had less hair than the medial aspect of the left eyebrow. Therefore, we removed the hair from above the right eyebrow and relocated it to the medial aspect of the right eyebrow. The hair was removed individually using our patented CIT instrumentation. Afterwards, the incisions were sutured as a precaution. The sutures are removed after 4 days. These sutures are not necessary to produce an excellent healing result

Eyebrow hair is typically coarser than scalp hair. For this reason, we used eyebrow hair to improve the coverage of the eyebrow. The patient has returned after 10 months to show us the remarkable healing since the procedure.

Below are pre-op, post-op, and follow-up photos of the successfully treated patient. Good luck to the patient.

Pre-op

Pre and Immediately post-op


Follow-up

My advice is not medical advice


#2

How come you wouldn’t suture the fue scalp donor site but you did that for the misplaced eyebrow hairs? Isn’t it the same CIT technique that is used to extract the follicles?


#3

» How come you wouldn’t suture the fue scalp donor site but you did that for
» the misplaced eyebrow hairs? Isn’t it the same CIT technique that is used
» to extract the follicles?

Hi Therapy

The suturing is not a guaranteed method of producing scar less healing but a measure of producing exceptional healing. Some follicular units contain thick coarse hair; we suture the sites of extraction to make the extraction sites smaller thus producing a better healing result. Devices used in this procedure are actually not typical instruments used in normal CIT extraction because of the possibility that changes in the skin pigment changes may occur along with unneccesary bleeding.

The patient’s unwanted hair had similar characteristics to plugs. They were large and coarse but this suturing method is basically performed at Dr. Cole’s discretion. We have observed that scaring is less evident when sutures are used on certain donor areas of the body. Some areas of the body actually heal better and faster than others.

No procedure can guarantee amy patients’ final healing result as the skin heals and remodels itself.


#4

This makes sense. I have notice that repairs are some RHS way

» » How come you wouldn’t suture the fue scalp donor site but you did that
» for
» » the misplaced eyebrow hairs? Isn’t it the same CIT technique that is
» used
» » to extract the follicles?
»
» Hi Therapy
»
» The suturing is not a guaranteed method of producing scar less healing but
» a measure of producing exceptional healing. Some follicular units contain
» thick coarse hair; we suture the sites of extraction to make the extraction
» sites smaller thus producing a better healing result. Devices used in this
» procedure are actually not typical instruments used in normal CIT
» extraction because of the possibility that changes in the skin pigment
» changes may occur along with unneccesary bleeding.
»
» The patient’s unwanted hair had similar characteristics to plugs. They
» were large and coarse but this suturing method is basically performed at
» Dr. Cole’s discretion. We have observed that scaring is less evident when
» sutures are used on certain donor areas of the body. Some areas of the
» body actually heal better and faster than others.
»
» No procedure can guarantee amy patients’ final healing result as the skin
» heals and remodels itself.


#5

» This makes sense. I have notice that repairs are some RHS way
»
»
»
»
» » » How come you wouldn’t suture the fue scalp donor site but you did
» that
» » for
» » » the misplaced eyebrow hairs? Isn’t it the same CIT technique that is
» » used
» » » to extract the follicles?
» »
» » Hi Therapy
» »
» » The suturing is not a guaranteed method of producing scar less healing
» but
» » a measure of producing exceptional healing. Some follicular units
» contain
» » thick coarse hair; we suture the sites of extraction to make the
» extraction
» » sites smaller thus producing a better healing result. Devices used in
» this
» » procedure are actually not typical instruments used in normal CIT
» » extraction because of the possibility that changes in the skin pigment
» » changes may occur along with unneccesary bleeding.
» »
» » The patient’s unwanted hair had similar characteristics to plugs. They
» » were large and coarse but this suturing method is basically performed
» at
» » Dr. Cole’s discretion. We have observed that scaring is less evident
» when
» » sutures are used on certain donor areas of the body. Some areas of the
» » body actually heal better and faster than others.
» »
» » No procedure can guarantee amy patients’ final healing result as the
» skin
» » heals and remodels itself.

Excellent. When we remove plugs, etc., we use sutures to promote a better aesthetic result.:wink:


#6

» This makes sense. I have notice that repairs are some RHS way

What is RHS WAY ?


#7

What do you guys charge for removing unwanted hair to be disposed? In strange places I might add!


#8

» » This is an eyebrow reconstruction. The patient had misplaced hair
» growing
» » above his right eyebrow in an unnatural location. The medial border of
» the
» » right eyebrow had less hair than the medial aspect of the left eyebrow.
» » Therefore, we removed the hair from above the right eyebrow and
» relocated
» » it to the medial aspect of the right eyebrow. The hair was removed
» » individually using our patented CIT instrumentation. Afterwards, the
» » incisions were sutured as a precaution. The sutures are removed after 4
» » days. These sutures are not necessary to produce an excellent healing
» » result
» »
» » Eyebrow hair is typically coarser than scalp hair. For this reason, we
» » used eyebrow hair to improve the coverage of the eyebrow. The patient
» has
» » returned after 10 months to show us the remarkable healing since the
» » procedure.
» »
» » Below are pre-op, post-op, and follow-up photos of the successfully
» » treated patient. Good luck to the patient.
» »
» »
» » Pre and Immediately post-op
» »


» » Follow-up
» »
» »
» »
» » My advice is not medical advice
»
» What do you guys charge for removing unwanted hair to be disposed? In
» strange places I might add!

The cost varies depending on each different case. Call ahead and ask for Michelle, she will fit you on the schedule somewhere. Usually a test is accomplished to ensure satisfactory healing. It’s simple, fill this out and Dr. Cole will evaluate the case.

Here’s an example of what we may do for you:

Eyebrow restoration result