What is eyebrow transplantation?

Eyebrow transplantation is a surgical procedure in which hair follicles are harvested from the back of the head, and transplanted to the eyebrows. The trasplanted hair can create fuller, thicker, and more natural-looking eyebrows. The hair starts to grow a few months after surgery and can last a life time. It must be maintained by cutting and grooming.

We carefully match the angle and direction of the existing eyebrow hairs for a natural-looking result. Hair at the nape of the neck or lower scalp is often ideal donor hair. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and takes 4-6 hours to complete.

What are eyebrow transplantation results?

Eyebrow transplantation is most commonly performed for patients who have thin eyebrows, or who have experienced hair loss in the eyebrow area due to alopecia, medications, or over-plucking. The procedure can also be used to correct asymmetry or reshape the eyebrows for a natural, more pleasing appearance when hair begins to grow in a few months.

Eyebrow transplant is considered on of the most difficult hair transplant cases. To recreate the flat angle of eyebrow hair, and its changing direction, we believe our implanter pen method is ideal for eyebrow transplantation.

As with any surgical procedure, there are risks and potential complications associated with eyebrow transplantation. These can include bleeding, infection, scarring, unrealistic expectations, and the possibility that transplanted hair will not last. These risks are all low with good technique and patient selection.

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