Hair transplant to hide eyebrow scar?
This is a great question. Many patients have scars in their eyebrow regions and are unaware that there is a great option for this. Hair transplantation is the best option for you. Using hair from the back of your scalp (we use the finer donor hairs to mimic the fine eyebrow hairs) we are able to transplant these into and around the scar region to help conceal it. The results are very natural and blends in nicely with your native eyebrow hairs. I hope this helps and best wishes to you!
If you have eyebrow hair transplant surgery with donor hair from the scalp, you will need to trim them every few days.
If you have eyebrow hair transplant surgery with donor hair from the scalp, you will need to trim them every few days. You cannot alter the growth cycle.
Hair from the back of the head is still the preference but donor hair can come from other body parts. There is some truth to needing to trim the transplanted hair, however it is usually needed every few weeks rather than every other day.
Your best option is an advanced method of FUE, either nape hair or body hair transplantation (BHT). These hairs are finer and slower in growth all characteristics that better mimic eyebrow hair than the traditional head donor hair.
Hair Transplant to hide Eyebrow Scar
The only method available today is using hair from the back of the head that matches eyebrow hair as much as possible. The problem is this will grow and has to be repeatedly trimmed....there is no known way to prevent this. Cloning is not available and may not be for many years.
This can be done with grafting. However, it is often possible to just excise the scar and close it depending on the width of the scar.
Eyebrow Transplants Can Treat Scars
Eyebrow transplants would be your best option to treat a scar where the brow has not regrown. While you would have to cut the eyebrows, the results would be most natural and it probably wouldn't take many grafts. Don't wait for cloning - go for the FUE!
Eyebrow transplant to conceal scar
As a surgeon who performs on average three eyebrow transplants weekly, I can tell you that this is a very successful procedure for concealing scars- but is a very challenging procedure that can only look natural when performed properly. The donor hairs typically come from the scalp, which means they need to be trimmed, but these hairs are the most natural appearing.
Your best option at present is the use of micrografts (FUE). i've successfully done this many times in reconstructive cases. The hair will not have to be cut every two days. Tattooing is another less desireable option. Why wait for advancements in cloning?