Eyebrow Transplant

Eyebrow Transplant

Eyebrows are the most expressive part of the face because they give a special beauty to the eyes. The loss, thinning and irregular patterns of the eyebrows cause concern and dissatisfaction in humans and women in particular.

The common causes:

Thinning eyebrows can be just as distressing, as they are facial features that play a significant role in defining one’s look. This phenomenon can happen for a number of reasons such as eyebrow alopecia, autoimmune disorder, Chemotherapy, dermatology, psychological conditions, and aging.

The best solution for eyebrow hair loss is eyebrow transplantation.

Eyebrow hair transplant is a very intricate procedure that requires a high level of precision and skill compared to regular hair transplants.

At Estherian Clinic, the specialist doctor diagnoses the cause of eyebrow loss and asks you about your medical history, and conducts the appropriate medical tests for you.
During the examination, the doctor uses micro equipment for immaculate end results with no scarring. Hair will be carefully extracted from either the eyebrows, behind the ear or, from the upper thighs.

In General, the operation takes around 5-6 hours depending on how many grafts need to be extracted and transplanted.



The actual procedure is similar to a traditional hair transplant. The entire procedure is performed in a single session, under local anesthesia, without pain.

The doctor explains the details of the surgery to the patient.

Then the eyebrow is drawn in the most appropriate way for the patient’s face type.

The patient must follow the doctor’s instructions because the implant is done in a very sensitive area.


After you’re given an anesthetic, a surgeon will make small incisions at the follicle donor sites, as well as at the sites of transplantation in your brows. The entire process takes about 2 to 3 hours.

Then the grafts taken from the donor area are implanted in the eyebrow area, taking into account that they must be single root grafts.

In addition, the direction of the channel in the eyebrow area must be accurately determined to obtain a natural appearance.


After 48 hours of the operation, it is expected that you will be able to resume your daily activities.

You will notice a little pain and slight crusting around the hair transplant site.

The transplanted hair will start to fall out in about 3 to 5 weeks but, will start to grow again in about two months after the surgery.

The patient’s meticulous and careful following of the surgeon’s instructions gives him or her the opportunity to achieve the desired result of eyebrow transplantation.
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