The cost of an eyebrow hair transplant starts at $4,999 and up, depending upon the number of grafts required.
Recovery from an eyebrow hair transplant takes 10-12 days.
The procedure takes 2-4 hours.
An eyebrow hair transplant is a process of extracting matching hair follicles from a donor site and transplanting them to the eyebrow region. Depending on the needs of the patient, the surgeon can implant a from a few FUE grafts to hundreds in order to make an attractive eyebrow.
If you have permanent eyebrow loss and are tired of camouflaging your eyebrows, eyebrow hair transplant is the answer to regaining your self-confidence.
Candidates for an eyebrow hair transplant at SpaMedica have:
If you are not a candidate for eyebrow hair transplant, review our nonsurgical treatments available at SpaMedica.
The FUE eyebrow transplant technique uses your own hair follicles and provides natural-looking results. Your eyebrows will have a natural look and the desired thickness you want.
No Linear Scars
Some eyebrow hair transplant techniques cause linear scarring at the donor site. However, Dr. Bell uses NeoGraft and Artas, automate and robotic FUE techniques that eliminate scarring. These techniques do not require scalpels or incisions.
The results of an eyebrow hair transplant at SpaMedica are permanent. You should not require any additional eyebrow procedures.
Newfound confidence is easily achievable with an eyebrow hair transplant performed by expert cosmetic surgeons at SpaMedica.
Every procedure comes with a small chance of potential complications. The best thing patients can do to minimize the likelihood of complications is to select a trusted surgeon. The team at SpaMedica has years of experience performing eyebrow hair transplants and have not seen any of the serious risks associated with this procedure:
The procedure itself is painful due to anesthesia. However, mild pain is common following the process.
Infection is a rare complication, but it is possible. Infection can occur at the donor or transplant site. Preventative antibiotics are used.
While rare, transplant failure is possible. This happens when the root fails to pick up the blood supply. This occurs less than 10 percent of the time and almost never to a significant number of the FUE grafts.
Complications from anesthesia are always possible during a surgical procedure. Dr. Bell and the team at SpaMedica take special precautions to reduce the risk.
SpaMedica’s team was formerly led by Dr. Mulholland, one of Canada’s leaders in follicular unit extraction techniques that do not cause linear scarring and provides hair transplants with natural-looking results.
Dr. Mulholland has retired from active Practice Surgery Practice in 2021. He continues to work with the two companies he co-founded, In Mode MD Electrosurgical and BoomerangFX, and teaches the science of practice management through his BoomerangFX book and webinar series. In 2022, Dr. Mulholland moved to London, England, to expand the InMode technology and BoomerangFX Software message internationally.
Now, under the guidance of Lead Surgeon Dr. Bell, named one of the world’s best plastic surgeons by W magazine, you can rest assured that you will be able to achieve your eyebrow hair transplant goals.
Micropigmentation and various methods of cosmetic tattooing are alternatives to FUE Transplantation. Older strip graft surgical harvest techniques would also be an alternative, albeit, more painful and with scarification, as opposed to FUE transplant.
Dr. Tom Bell oversees all eyebrow hair transplant procedures at SpaMedica. Dr. Tom Bell is the former President of the Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and has performed over 3000 Facelifts, blepharoplasty and cosmetic facial procedures.
The process is done under local anesthesia. The SpaMedica team uses automated or Robotic systems to remove hair follicles from the donor site, which is typical for an eyebrow match, is the side of the scalp.
The hair follicles are harvested using the robotic rotary punch technique, Artas, and NeoGraft. A small needle is used to create the recipient sites in the eyebrow at just the right density and angulation. The FUE grafts are then placed manually in the slits.
To prepare for an eyebrow hair transplant procedure patients should:
Patients can expect mild to moderate pain following the eyebrow hair transplant procedure. It can take up to 4 months to begin to see pleasing growth and the full results are not appreciated until 1 year after the procedure. The results are permanent.
Day of procedure: Patients are discharged with a surgical dressing on the donor site.
1-2 weeks: The recipient site will scab over and the scab will shed on its own. Patients can typically return to work several days following the procedure. Many wear sunglasses to camouflage the scabs for the first week or so.
While it can take 12 days for a full recovery, the signs of the surgery are often gone within 7-10 days. At this point, people feel confident and ready to go out in public.
Botox injectable, dermal soft tissue fillers, anti-aging facial treatments and laser hair removal pair well with FUE eyebrow transplantation.
Patients can expect a low to moderate level of pain. Pronox nitrous oxide (laughing gas) is used during the injection of the local anesthesia to ensure all patients are comfortable.
Hair can continue to appear and grow for up to 12 months following a transplant.
One of the downsides of FUE eyebrow hair transplantation is that the shafts that grow are genetically programmed to be very long, (like in the scalp) and you will have to trim them to match your native eyebrow hair shaft length.
SpaMedica will only use donor follicles from your head for the transplant.
Most patients are 30-50 years old, although those 18 and older can get an eyebrow hair transplant.