It is not often that an eye surgeon is able to awe a room full of medical students and residents in a busy Ophthalmology clinic. So I’ll take this opportunity to write the story about this this extra-ordinary accomplishment.
Facial Trauma can be damaging with tissue loss. Despite accurate and meticulous reconstruction, the scarring can be severe in the face. Scar modulation is an essential part of post trauma care and I often advise patients as much when they come with traumatic injuries of the face.
The Eyebrow is a unique facial aesthetic unit and it’s importance to the face is apparent only when it is disfigured with loss of the hair bearing skin like in this case. Likewise, reconstruction of the eyebrow is challenging because the thickness and direction of the eyebrow hair which is unique and not easy to replicate with hair transplants from other hair bearing areas.