Wounds On The Eyebrows Can Grow Hair Again?
As a child I was hit by a bicycle and my brow was injured, but the wound was not sewn. Can the scar grow again?
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Wounds on the hair growth site, including on the eyebrows, can cause scarring and also affect the hair growth of the injured area. This will depend on the severity of the wound. Tear injury if it is not treated before can disrupt blood supply to the area of hair follicles or where hair grows on the injured part, as a result the hair or eyebrows can not grow properly. And if this hair follicle has been damaged by an untreated wound from childhood and is blown into adulthood, the hair or eyebrows in the area may not grow back.
And until now there has been no specific treatment to do hair growth in such cases, but you can discuss with your doctor for an action called a hair transplant. But this action also includes risky actions. This action should be taken if the benefits outweigh the risks. More articles about: Hair Transplants
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