How does the procedure work?
One of the best things about an eyebrow transplant is that it is very natural looking, because the transplanted hairs are your own. The hair follicles are removed from either the back of your neck, the back of your scalp, or just above your ears.
When you arrive for your appointment, you will be numbed to help with any discomfort. Dr. Ching will make small incisions at the follicle donor site, as well as at the sites of transplantation in your brows. One hair is removed at a time and planted where needed. The entire process takes anywhere from 2 to 5 hours.
An eyebrow transplant requires an experienced surgeon who has the artistic eye to provide the right shape and arch. Our eyebrows naturally “point” in different directions, and an excellent eyebrow surgeon understands this and knows how to transplant the hairs to mimic this natural flow.