My eyebrows are positioned differently (one’s higher than the other and is arched differently) and are quite sparse. Is it possible to take the hairs from my eyebrows and transplant them to a different area to make both my brows even? Also, since my brows are thin, could the grafts be taken from an area other than my scalp (that is, if additional grafts are needed)? Would taking the grafts from my brows instead of the scalp affect the cost of the hair transplant?
You get tiny dot scars from follicular unit extraction (FUE) and those scars may not be the exact color of your natural skin. Those dot scars would be in a very visible area. If an eyebrow transplant is a good solution for you and your current eyebrows are quite sparse, you may be better to transplant matching eyebrows then repeatedly pluck or use electrolysis to get rid of the unwanted hairs outside of the newly shaped eyebrows.
Dr. Cam Simmons MD ABHRS
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