For men and women
An eyebrow transplant is an aesthetic medicine procedure that both men and women can benefit from. It is the only natural and permanent method that gives eyebrows the expected shape, density and thickness, evens out asymmetries, as well as reconstructs completely lost eyebrow hair.
How is the eyebrow transplant procedure done? What method is used?
An eyebrow transplant is performed using the manual FUE method. During the procedure, the physician takes hair follicles from the donor areas, which are the ear area, the back of the head, and in the case of men, the chin.
The collected grafts are appropriately prepared for transplantation—separated, viewed under a microscope, and selected for quality. Hair follicles prepared in this manner are implanted into previously prepared recipient sites.
The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia. During graft harvesting and implantation, the physician does not make any incisions or stitches, so patients do not have to worry about scars after the procedure.
Eyebrow transplant step by step
- Preparation of donor and recipient areas (including shaving hair, marking the line of new eyebrows).
- Administration of local anaesthesia in the donor area.
- Harvesting individual hair follicles.
- Separation and selection of grafts.
- Administration of local anaesthesia in the recipient area and preparation of the recipient sites.
- Graft implantation.
Can an eyebrow transplant be performed with the Artas iX system?
An eyebrow transplant cannot be performed using the Artas iX system. However, it is possible to harvest hair for transplantation using this system.
Which areas are suitable for hair harvesting?
Hair for eyebrow transplantation is taken from the ear area, the back of the head, and in the case of men, the chin. Typically, between 40 and 400 grafts are harvested during a transplant.
Advantages of manual FUE eyebrow transplants
We used 430 grafts for the manual FUE eyebrow transplant procedure,
we filled in the gaps in the hair to ensure full hair density.
Indications for treatment
What are the effects of an eyebrow transplant?
The transplant allows patients to permanently replenish and change the appearance of your eyebrows or, in the case of patients who have lost them completely, to reconstruct them. Transplanted eyebrows look natural and line up in the same way as the rest of the patient’s hair. The effects of the transplant are visible almost immediately, but patients have to wait 7 to 9 months for the full effect.
Recommendations before and after the procedure
Before eyebrow transplant:
- A visit to determine eligibility is required, and all necessary tests ordered by the physician must be completed by certain dates.
- For 10 days prior to transplantation, do not take medications containing acetylsalicylic acid (e.g., aspirin), abstain from alcohol, and do not use scalp rubs (especially those containing minoxidil).
- One day before the procedure do not take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs containing naproxen or ibuprofen.
- On the day of the transplant, avoid exercise, remember to eat a nutritious breakfast, wear comfortable clothing, and do not wear perfume.
After eyebrow transplant:
- The patient can go home one hour after the procedure.
- The patient may experience swelling for about 2–3 days.
- Clean and care for the graft site as directed by the physician.
- Protect the recipient area from UV radiation.
- The patient can return to daily activities almost immediately but is advised to abstain from sports for about 30 days.
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Eyebrow transplant costs
The price of an eyebrow transplant depends on the number of grafts transplanted, among other factors, hence it will vary for each patient. Below is the approximate base price.
|Eyebrow transplant manual FUE||from 7.000 PLN|