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Eyebrow transplant

Eyebrow transplantation is a procedure similar to hair transplantation, but is specifically designed to restore, reshape or increase the density of eyebrows that are sparse, missing or have suffered damage. This technique is becoming increasingly popular for people who want fuller, better-defined and more aesthetically pleasing eyebrows.

The eyebrow transplant process

Eyebrow transplantation is a procedure similar to hair transplantation, but specifically designed to restore or improve eyebrow density. The hair follicles are harvested from the donor area and implanted with great precision in the areas of the eyebrows that require reinforcement or regrowth.

Ideal candidates

Candidates for eyebrow transplants are often people who have undergone excessive hair removal, injuries or medical conditions resulting in eyebrow hair loss. Eyebrow transplants can also be considered by people wishing to change the shape or thickness of their eyebrows for aesthetic reasons.

Expected results

The results of eyebrow transplants are generally very satisfactory, as the transplanted hairs grow back like natural eyebrows. Patients can achieve well-defined, aesthetically pleasing eyebrows that harmoniously frame their face.

Here’s how an eyebrow transplant is usually performed

  1. Consultation : The procedure begins with a consultation with a hair restoration specialist. During the consultation, the professional will evaluate the condition of your eyebrows, discuss your expectations and determine whether you are a good candidate for eyebrow transplantation.
  2. Follicle extraction: Hair follicles are usually harvested from the donor area at the back of the head. For eyebrows, the FUE method is often preferred, as it allows the necessary follicles to be harvested individually. Follicles from the donor area are selected for their quality and their ability to produce hair similar to eyebrows.
  3. Follicle preparation: The harvested follicles are carefully sorted and prepared for transplantation. The individual follicular units are cleaned and ready to be implanted in the eyebrow area.
  4. Transplantation: The surgeon creates small incisions in the eyebrow area, following the natural shape and growth pattern of the hairs. The prepared follicles are then implanted one by one through these incisions. The aim is to create a natural, aesthetically pleasing appearance.
  5. Healing and regrowth: As with other transplant procedures, a healing period is necessary. The transplanted follicles will go through an initial resting phase, and then the new hairs will start to grow back. Patients can expect transplanted hair to initially fall out before regrowth begins.

Eyebrow transplantation can be an excellent option for people with sparse, missing or damaged eyebrows. It can restore self-confidence and improve facial aesthetics.

Make an appointment for an eyebrow transplant

The first eyebrow transplant consultation is free of charge to determine the best approach for your individual needs.