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Eyebrow Restoration Options

In a previous blog post, we discussed the common causes of eyebrow thinning and hair loss. In this article, we examine a number of restorative options that can address this condition. Dr. Robert Leonard and Dr. Matthew Lopresti, our hair transplant surgeons, offer a broad array of non-surgical and surgical treatment options at our state-of-the-art practice. During your initial complimentary consultation, they will create a customized approach that can optimize your outcome and best achieve your goals.

Hair loss can occur anywhere on the body, and our experienced surgeons typically treat eyebrow and scalp hair loss in a similar way. Medical treatments like Rogaine® can be applied directly to the area of concern. This topical product is designed to boost hair growth and thickness and reduce hair loss over time. Rogaine® is completely non-invasive and simple to incorporate into your daily routine.

Depending on your needs and cosmetic goals, a more advanced solution may be appealing. Eyebrow transplant surgery involves strategically placing individual hair follicles and small grafts in the area to make eyebrows fuller as desired. Our surgeons are extensively trained in treating both men and women with thin eyebrows.

Camouflaging techniques, such as makeup, micropigmentation (tattoos), and other methods, can help fill in the eyebrows. These approaches typically will not be necessary after transplant surgery, but they can help augment non-surgical treatments. Your care and outcome are primary concerns, and we will take your needs, goals, and lifestyle preferences into account when developing your customized treatment plan.

If you have additional questions about eyebrow restoration options, or if you would like to schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our physicians, please contact our office today.