Eyebrow alopecia is a fairly common condition that affects both men and women. There are many potential causes for a receding eyebrow line: repeated eyebrow waxing, anemia, hyperthyroidism, aging, scarring, burning, or facial hair alopecia. Nowadays, hair grafts are the most effective way to fight hair loss in the eyebrows. The results are natural and definitive.
The advantages of eyebrow grafts
Naturally recreates or thickens eyebrow hair with results that cannot be detected by the naked eye.
Suitable for both men and women
Immediate and lasting effects
What is an eyebrow transplant?
Who can undergo an eyebrow transplant?
What are the results?
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What happens during the procedure?
1st step: diagnosis
Step 2: hair extraction
Step 3: hair grafting
Eyebrow Transplants FAQ
YES – You will be able to work and have a social life immediately after the intervention. However, please note that swelling may occur for two to three days and your eyelids may look swollen for two to four days. Small crusts will develop on each graft and will fall off after 7 to 10 days.
YES – You must start an antibiotic treatment prescribed by your doctor the day before the procedure. In the morning, your surgeon will prescribe you an antiseptic shampoo.
NO – An eyebrow transplant is done under local anesthesia. After the procedure, some people experience some itching, but this does not last for more than a few days.
NO – It only takes between 150 and 300 “hair by hair” grafts to completely restore eyebrows. For comparison, a hair transplant can require up to 4,000 grafts.
NO – It’s the patient’s own hairs that are implanted on the brow bone. Therefore, there is no risk of rejection.
YES – Eyebrow transplants is a particularly complex procedure. This is why you should seek a specialized surgeon who is experienced in this type of procedure.
YES – We do not recommend an eyebrow transplant in the following cases: skin and scalp diseases, allergies, cancer, infectious diseases.
YES – Your new eyebrows will grow about one centimeter per month because the implants often consist of hair. You will therefore need to cut them every two to four weeks.
YES – Eyebrow transplants can be used to completely restore eyebrows, even thick ones. It’s a natural and definitive alternative.
YES – Eyebrow transplants are permanent, since the hairs removed come from areas spared by alopecia. Please note, however, that you must wait three months before you can appreciate the final results. Implanted grafts will fall out after ten days and then grow back again.