Eyebrow transplant for Lasered off eyebrow? (Photo)
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Eyebrow transplant surgery
Unfortunately the follicles that produced hair have been scarred by use of laser and will not regrow, eyebrow restoration using your natural follicles and angles would be the solution. Unfortunately, if you are preparing for your wedding next month, it would be insufficient time to allow for the follicles to grow,
Eyebrow transplant surgery may be a solution if you do not have eyebrows. It is best to consult with a doctor
Eyebrow transplant surgery may be a solution if you do not have eyebrows. It is best to consult with a doctor for this.
Laser brow and now need transplant
Latiesse and Rogaine are only going to thicken your existing hair. An eyebrow transplant will help but you will not see the full result in 6 months for your wedding. You may need to use some microfibers or eyebrow liner to help give you the desired look by your wedding.
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At 6 months you may not see the full result of your transplant. You may consider micro-blading, as well.
An eyebrow transplant with only 6 months to go until your wedding. Even if you did it today you would hardly have enough time to see full growth.
Eyebrow transplant after laser hair removal
There is only 6 months remaining before the wedding date, or there about. Hard to say if that is enough time for an eyebrow transplant to grow in. That is far better than a woman that visited me to get an eyebrow transplant because she was planning on getting married. The problem was the wedding was only a few weeks away, she elected to proceed with surgery. The hairs were left a few mm long, the transplant eyebrow was largely present for the wedding but of course it could have shed. Give yourself time!
Bernardino A. Arocha, MD
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