Sometimes, hair loss isn’t confined to the scalp. Eyebrows can become thin and sparse with age. They can also be casualties of disease, trauma, medical treatments, or aggressive plucking. The good news is that the same techniques that restore hair to the scalp can be used to restore the full, natural appearance of your eyebrows.
A very small strip of hair is removed from an inconspicuous donor area on the scalp. Dr. Siporin dissects the strip into grafts of just one or two hairs. He then places the hairs into minute incisions made with a surgical needle. The hairs are placed with precision so they grow in the correct direction and at the same angle as the surrounding hair.Over the next few months, the new hairs will shed (this is completely normal) and then grow back. Because the transplanted hairs came from the scalp, they’ll continue to grow and occasional trimming will be required to keep them at the right length.