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What is Eyebrow Transplant

During the procedure, the hair follicles are carefully harvested from the donor area (typically from the head or body hair), and then transplanted to the eyebrow area. The transplanted hair will grow on your eyebrows like normal hair.

This procedure can be used to correct a variety of issues, such as sparse or patchy eyebrows, over-plucking, scars, or just eyebrow design for eyebrow restoration purposes.

Advantages of Eyebrow Transplant

No scarring

One of the key advantages of the eyebrow transplant with the FUE method is that it does not result in a scar. There might be only minor, dotted scarring or depigmentation in the donor area, that is not detectable to the naked eye.

Immediate confirmation of natural look

The results of eyebrow transplant can be visible right after the operation. Immediate confirmation of the natural look of transplanted hairs to the eyebrows for the patient, as well as for the doctor.

Less post-operative discomfort

There is less postoperative discomfort after eyebrow restoration operation with the FUE method. It is conducted without any cuts or sutures. This allows for the postoperative period to go without major complications.

Disadvantages of Eyebrow Transplant

Transplanted eyebrows takes several month to grow

The postoperative recovery period is slightly longer. The immediate sensation of numbness, slight pain, and the sensation of stretching in the nape area may last for a short period of time. Additionally, there will be some limitations on physical activity for 2 to 3 weeks in the postoperative period.

When is Eyebrow Transplant appropriate

Eyebrow transplant can be conducted on patients of all genders, including eyebrow restoration for women and men. Here are a few cases, when eyebrow transplantation is appropriate: Sparse or patchy eyebrows, Over-plucking, Scars, Alopecia, overall style, and many other cases.

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