Eyebrow Transplants

Eyebrow transplants are a type of hair transplantation that can give you natural-looking, fuller eyebrows. eyebrow transplants are usually done using follicular unit extraction (FUE), which is a minimally invasive technique.

How is an eyebrow transplant performed?

Eyebrow transplants are usually done using the follicular unit extraction (FUE) technique. FUE is a minimally invasive technique that involves taking individual hair follicles from a donor area on your scalp and transplanting them into the eyebrow area.

Suitable candidates for eyebrow transplants

The best candidates for eyebrow transplants are people who have:

  • thin or sparse eyebrows
  • no eyebrow hair
  • eyebrow hair that is not growing back after an injury or surgery

If you have very little eyebrow hair, you may need more than one eyebrow transplant session to achieve the desired results.

Pros and cons of eyebrow transplants


  • eyebrow transplants can give you natural-looking, fuller eyebrows.
  • eyebrow transplants are a minimally invasive procedure.
  • eyebrow transplants are usually permanent.


  • eyebrow transplants can be expensive.
  • You may need more than one eyebrow transplant session to achieve your desired results.
  • Recovery after eyebrow transplant surgery.

Are there age restrictions?

Eyebrow transplants are usually not recommended for children or teenagers because their eyebrow hair is still growing.

Eyebrow transplants are also not recommended for people who have certain medical conditions, such as cancer, autoimmune disorders, or bleeding disorders.

How long does it take?

Eyebrow transplants usually take 2 to 4 hours to complete.

Is it painful?

Eyebrow transplants are usually not painful because they are performed under local anesthesia.

Length of hospital stay

Most people who have eyebrow transplants are able to go home the same day.

Recovery for an eyebrow transplant

After an eyebrow transplant, your eyebrow area will be covered with a dressing. You will need to keep the dressing in place for 3 to 5 days. After that, you will need to use petroleum jelly or an antibiotic ointment to keep the transplanted area moist.

You will also need to avoid sunlight and other sources of ultraviolet (UV) light for at least 2 weeks.

You may experience some swelling, redness, and bruising after your eyebrow transplant. These side effects should go away within 2 weeks.

When and what results will I see results?

You will usually see some new hair growth within 2 to 3 months. However, it can take up to 6 months to see the full results of your eyebrow transplant.

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