Eyebrow Hair Transplant

Let your Eyebrows do the talking

You may not have given your eyebrows much thought when it comes to achieving a youthful appearance, but they can actually be a very telling indicator of your true age. Although our brows naturally thin out as we age, other factors such as scarring or illness can also contribute to this. Even if the rest of your face is wrinkle-free and looks fresh and youthful, thinning eyebrows can age you prematurely. Both men and women are guilty of this.

However, there is some good news. Eyebrow replacement surgery can help you avoid this, giving you brows that are as bold or as subtle as you want them to be. Healthy, full brows with a natural appearance that make you look younger. The procedure for brow restoration is simple, and because the results are so subtle, it can be difficult for others to notice what has changed about your appearance. However, they will notice that you appear healthier, younger, and more radiant.

Although the healing and recovery times are extremely short, it is critical to choose an experienced eyebrow transplant surgeon to ensure the best results. We have extensive experience with full and partial eyebrow transplant surgery at The Sarayu Eyebrow Hair Transplant Clinic, and we use the most up-to-date technologies to achieve the most natural-looking results.

When to Have an Eyebrow Restoration?

The decision to have an eyebrow hair transplant can be a very personal one; it doesn’t mean you’ll end up with huge bushy eyebrows; instead, you can choose the outcome you want. What this means is that you’ll have brows that are well-shaped and even, thick and glossy, and can help your face look younger.

Unfortunately, not everyone is blessed with naturally thick brows, so a transplant can help augment what you already have. This is frequently the case with people who have lighter brow hair. Aside from age and hereditary brow pattern, there are a number of common reasons for undergoing an eyebrow transplant, including:

  • Trichotillomania, is a self-harming behavioral trait that includes tugging or pulling at the hairs on the brow
  • Systemic disease
  • Over-plucking
  • Chemotherapy or Radiotherapy treatment
  • Scarring of skin trauma, caused by such things as piercings, burns or tattoos


What Happens During an Eyebrow Transplant?

An eyebrow transplant is a relatively simple procedure that requires no hospitalization and only a local anesthetic. In order to achieve excellent results, the surgeon will work with extreme accuracy and precision.

In order to achieve a natural, healthy-looking brow, between 250 and 400 individual hairs are required per brow. This number may vary depending on the size and appearance of your current brow as well as the look you want to achieve. Each hair must be transplanted in the same direction as the other brow hairs, ensuring that they lie flat against the skin. The hairs must also be placed very tightly together to give the brow an even and full appearance.

The donor’s hair follicles are removed with tiny needles to ensure that neither the head nor the recipient’s eyebrow are scarred. Donor hair follicles are usually taken from the area behind the ears. The hairs are then implanted one at a time with small needles that are only a few millimeters in diameter; this is a meticulous process.

Before the procedure, the patient is given a local anesthetic to help them relax and avoid discomfort. However, there is no need for the patient to stay in the clinic after the transplant; he or she can go home and recover.