Eyebrow Before and After Results by Jae Pak, M.D.
What is an Eyebrow Transplant?
The lack of eyebrow hair growth or loss of hair is generally caused by over-plucking, aging or genetics. Getting an eyebrow transplant can help to fill in your gaps, address thinning and create the ideal shape you want to frame your eyes and enhance your facial features.
Do eyebrow transplants look natural?
Yes! An eyebrow transplant can look completely natural (like our patient model above), however, this is dependent on the skill and experience of your surgeon. Eyebrow transplants involve special skills and techniques to ensure that the hairs are implanted in the proper direction and density.
A surgeon should have an artistic eye as well as the experience and skills to create a natural and aesthetically pleasing look. Dr. Jae Pak has been doing hair transplantation for over 16 years, on top of being a prolific artist.
How does an eyebrow transplant work?
Eyebrow transplants work by taking/harvesting individual hairs from the back of the scalp and implanting them artistically in the eyebrow region. Once the hairs are removed, they are examined and prepared under a stereomicroscope. Once the hair follicles are ready for implantation, they are inserted in site the surgeon has carefully created to ensure a natural looking brow!
There are three different methods for getting an Eyebrow Transplant: FUE, FUT or Long Hair FUE. Each method has a different way of harvesting the hairs for your eyebrows, but they all have the same result: natural, full-looking eyebrows.
How do I know if I’m a candidate for Eyebrow Transplant Surgery?
You should schedule a consultation with Dr. Pak to see if an eyebrow transplant surgery might work for you! Each person is different and has different needs, so it’s important that you speak with an actual doctor about getting a procedure. Our consultation is free and can be done over-the-phone or in-person at our office in Brentwood, CA.
Where can I find more Before and After results?
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