Eyebrow Restoration


Eyebrows are the highlighting part of the face and their symmetry is of utmost importance. It not only gives a pleasant look to the face but also defines your facial structure. Eyebrow reconstruction can be done according to the desired structure, density and size, thus enhancing its shape and the length.

It is a simple, minimally invasive procedure in which the surgeon harvests healthy, balding resistant hair follicles from the back of the scalp, chest or back area and plants them in the eyebrows, in the areas of need. The surgery can be used for enhancing existing sparse eyebrow or for recreating eyebrows in individuals who have lost their brows due to trauma, burn or accident.



3-4 hours


Local Anesthesia


2-3 Weeks


Very High Success Rate

Pre-op Preparation

Like the traditional hair transplant procedure, eyebrow transplant also involves some pre-operative care. Here are the things that you should avoid prior to the surgery:

1. Stop taking blood thinners – all, homeopathic, allopathic and natural.

2. Quit smoking two to three weeks prior to your brow transplant.

3. Cut your alcohol consumption 5 to 7 days before the surgery.

4. Avoid applying any makeup before heading to the clinic for the surgery.


  • After the surgery expect the treated areas to be sore and tender for a day or so.
  • The next morning, damp your eyebrows slightly to remove any scab or dried crusts.
  • Most of the patients experience little or no discomfort during and after the procedure and go to the office the next day.
  • Every time you wash your eyebrows, don’t forget to apply prescribed antibiotic ointment.
  • Bruising after a transplant is also common and subsides in 5 to 7 days.
  • The scab normally takes 7 to 10 days to fall off.
  • The transplanted follicles will also shed and enter a dormant phase for about 3 to 4 months before they start growing back.
  • You will start noticing signs of growth in your eyebrows 4 to 5 months after the surgery.
  • Full results may be seen after 8 to 12 months.

Benefits of Eyebrow FUE

  1. Minimally invasive, no sutures or stitches needed
  2. Enables you to thicken up thin or over-plucked eyebrows
  3. Improves the look of accident and trauma scarring
  4. FUE allows suitable hair caliber selection for eyebrow restoration
  5. Simple aftercare and minimal downtime recovery


There are many things that will cause you to lose your eyebrows. Plucking them, hypothyroidism, alopecia aerate, and aging.

The first thing you want to do is consult with our Doctor and he will show you a couple stencils to help you decide on the shape and size of your new eyebrows.

Generally, eyebrow transplantation takes around 4 hours. Approximately half of this time is harvesting the follicles, and the other half is implanting the follicles. With larger grafting cases that exceed 500 follicles, it may take slightly more time.

The hairs that grow from the transplanted follicle are permanent. The hair will grow just like the hair on your head to lengths much longer than your existing brow. Many women already groom their brows. The hairs from the transplantation will also have to be groomed to maintain proper length.

It is a risk-free procedure as it is in the hair transplantation. In addition, these risks are minimized by specialists and advanced technological devices. So if the appearance of your eyebrows bothers you, you can apply for this operation with peace of mind and you can get a satisfactory result.

No. Patients are awake from start to finish during an eyebrow transplantation. A mild sedative and oral narcotic is given prior to beginning the procedure. There also is no need for intravenous sedation.

Eyebrow transplantations are same-day procedures performed in the office. The downtime related to brow grafting is mainly cosmetic in nature. Some patients will have some swelling above their eyebrow for a day or two following the procedure. Some scabbing where the follicles are implanted may last up to 5 days. Where the follicles are removed, some itching may develop days later, or mild burning sensation like a sun-burn may occur. These are temporary and can be managed easily with topical lotions if necessary.