Eyebrow transplants – along with hair transplantation to other areas of the body – have been portrayed in the media to be a rising trend, and sometimes even a ‘fad,’ however for patients who receive them they can be life-changing.
You don’t have to feel self-conscious about thin eyebrows
Hair loss – either naturally occurring, or following medical treatment – in an area that helps to convey expression can leave patients feeling self-conscious and negatively affect self-confidence, causing them to withdraw from social events, having photos taken, or meeting new people. Whilst there are many cosmetic options, such as eyebrow-tattooing or filling in the area with any number of makeup kits, many people – males, in particular – feel that despite advances in the quality and quantities of such options, they do not look real, and may draw more attention to the area, rather than detract from it. Moreover, these options often rely on the patient to determine the colour or angle of the brows, and a wrong choice in either can be jarring.
State-of-the-art solutions for eyebrow restoration
Over the last decade, advances in surgical techniques and technology have made eyebrow transplants virtually undetectable, and have restored confidence to patients both male and female around the world. With careful decision making about the direction and angle of hair follicles to be harvested, the Kensington Hair Clinic’s experts are able to use follicular unit extraction (FUE) surgery, having predetermined the best and most natural-looking brow shapes to balance the face, create symmetry, and correct any patchiness in the brows.