페이지 정보작성자 관리자 작성일20-01-02 13:59 조회852회 댓글0건
I am Dylan.
I have a condition named 'ulerythema ophryogenes' which causes hair loss and redness in the eyebrow area. I have done microblading (semi-permanent tattoo) before but it did not meet my expectations, it fades too much too quickly and doesn't leave the desired result of natural-looking eyebrows. This is why I decided to look into eyebrow transplants. When searching online I found a lot of patients who got their eyebrows implanted but for me, it did not look that natural. So I decided to look for the best possible results and came across Dr Lee.
I contacted the clinic trough Kakaotalk and explained them my issue and added photos. They replied very fast and instructed me about the FUT and FUE options and further information. Then I decided to make an appointment with them at the clinic, and within a week I met up with Dr Lee.
When I explained to him about my condition, he had to look it up online because this condition is far from common and he has never heard about it before. He found some information which looked a lot like another skin disorder that causes inflammation in the eyebrow area. In that case hairs would fall out after implanting. Then he told me he is not going to treat me because he feared the same would happen.
I went home, disappointed and relieved to know I've tried everything. But then I felt like I didn't want to give up just yet. I spent a day trying to find success stories about my condition and eyebrow transplants. Trough google I came across Dr Marc Dauer who has treated patients with this condition. He wrote reviews about these patients and how eyebrow transplants were possible with this rare condition.
After collecting multiple pictures and backup information on my findings I sent it to the clinic. Dr Lee reviewed them and told me it appeared to be possible and would gladly treat me. So I made another appointment for a check and then we picked a transplant date. They told me I can get a free re-do if I'm not completely happy with the results the following year.
The transplant itself was do-able, of course not the most fun experience. The injections in the eyebrows to numb them were quite painful. Overall the transplant was done very quickly. After the surgery, the staff helped me to get some aftercare stuff at the pharmacy and helped me get a cab.
I want to say 'thank you' to Dr lee and the staff. The clinic helped me out a lot every step of the way when I had questions or anything I always got help right away. Even when I left Korea and had trouble getting a tax refund of the surgery she did her best to help me every step of the way. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get a refund but that was more so the fault of the tax people.
It's around 8 months later now and the results are awesome. It looks very natural, no doubt Dr Lee is best at what he does. To my surprise, I received a message from the clinic yesterday asking how I'm doing and if I'm happy with the results. They also told me I can come to visit them for a check-up anytime.
Conclusion: If you want to get an eyebrow transplant. Dr Lee is probably going to be your best option. And to people with my condition: The transplant is indeed possible. Good luck!
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