Hair Loss Treatments

Eyebrows Reconstruction

By Alex

For patients that have thinning eyebrows, or scars that have led to a bald sport on the eyebrow at The Harley Street Hair Clinic we can offer eyebrow reconstruction.

Thinning of the eyebrow, which is commonly caused by over-plucking, has been difficult to treat in the past. This is due to the delicate nature of the area and the precision with which the transplants must be carried out.

Professionals in the hair transplant field have developed a microsurgery technique that allows the surgeon to transplant hair follicles from a donor area on the scalp to the eyebrow area.

Using the FUE technique, hair is extracted from the back of the scalp and then prepared under a microscope

The new techniques that have been developed for hair transplants have now been applied to eyebrow reconstruction. Using a hypodermic needle under microscope magnification, it is possible to perform this surgery with the precision necessary.

 

The procedure is very delicate, and it requires perfect placement of the hairs into tiny incisions that are angled at the right direction and positioned to mimic natural growth. It is essential that the direction of the incision created by the needle is precise for a satisfactory look, and to create natural looking eyebrows.

 

No scalpels are needed and no stitches are required after that procedure. The procedure is 100% micro-surgical.

 

The treatment leaves no scarring and is very easy to maintain. In order to keep your eyebrows neat you simply have to trim the brows once a month to maintain the shape and length. If left unchecked, the donor hairs will continue to grow, as they did at the donor area.

 

The cost of the procedure depends on each individual client; the price can vary depending on the number of hairs required. An approximate guide is between £2,500 to £7,000.

 

If you would like more information on the procedure please book a free no obligation consultation, where one of our expects can tailor the information to your condition.

Recommended articles