If you’re looking to permanently intensify thin or sparse eyebrows, an eyebrow transplant may be an option for you. This procedure can be effective for those seeking to enhance their facial features, as well as those who experience “bald patches” or thinning due to medical conditions, medications, or the natural aging process.
Performed under local anesthesia by a hair restoration surgeon or plastic surgeon, the procedure entails removing donor hair from the back of your head, which is then transplanted to the eyebrow area. Post-surgery, you may experience a few days of mild swelling and temporary scabbing around the hair follicle. Small sutures placed at the donor site will be removed after one week.
Maintenance is key in achieving the best possible results. Transplanted brow hair is genetically predisposed to growing longer than typical brow hairs, so the eyebrows must be trimmed periodically.
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