Last Updated on July 17, 2021 by Dr Sanusi Umar MD

The Baldcast Podcast – Season 2 Episode 1: Q&A on VeeLashe –  the revolutionary eyelash transplant surgery


Listen now to learn more about eyelash transplants and Dr. U’s VeeLashe eyelash transplant at Dr. U Hair and Skin in Manhattan Beach, Calif.

Permanent solutions to enhancing eyelashes are becoming more and more popular. There has been a noticeable shift in beauty gurus and celebrities gravitating towards a more voluminous set of eyelashes. The demand for a more permanent fix for eyelash enhancement has become a feature of cosmetic procedures. Eyelashes are now a talk of the modern world of beauty. The personality of your eyes is associated with the length, curl, and density of your eyelashes. However, everyday fixes yield a noticeable set of fake eyelashes or highly unnatural curls due to perming.

The conventional method of eyelash transplantation involves extracting donor hairs from the nape. Because these hairs are so fine, they tend to grow without density. In addition, nape hair will grow at an accelerated rate compared to your eyelashes. This presents the need to perm and trim very often. The results are unideal for someone looking for a natural set of eyelashes. Much of today’s eyelash transplants are performed on patients that viably need it. For example, these include burn victims, those with congenital defects, or accidents resulting in aesthetic changes.

However, at Dr. U Hair and Skin Clinic, Dr. U developed the Dr.UGraft™ technology that safely extracts hair and changes the eyelash transplant procedure. VeeLashe is a body and pubic hair transplant that has proven to be the closest fit to natural looking eyelashes and the most suitable for use in an eyelash transplant procedure. In this episode of The Baldcast Podcast, Dr. Sanusi Umar, Dr. U, answers frequently asked questions on the VeeLashe procedure. The questions Dr. U takes on are questions from around the country. 

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