I just had a brow transplant over a month ago. But after barely 4 weeks, the transplanted brows are plucking. Only few remains now. Will it grow back?
My Transplanted Brows Lasted Only for a Month. Will It Really Grow Back?
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Transplanted brows lasted one month
It sounds as if you are referring to the hair shafts shedding and falling out after about one month. This is a normal process with any hair transplant procedure, including eyebrow transplants. The hair follicle will then generate a new hair shaft that will grow in over the next several months and should start to really be evident by about six months post-transplant. The full result cannot be judged until around month 12.
All the best,
In general it may take 6 to 12 months to see results after a hair transplant surgery.
Re: Eyebrow Hair Transplant Results
It is actually quite normal for graft hairs to fall out shortly after your procedure. They enter a resting telogen phase due to the trauma from being transferred from one location to another.
This resting phase can last around 3 months. Afterwards, new hair will start to grow as it enters the anagen growth phase.
If you are interested in seeing an example of a patient who underwent this procedure, here is a video.
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Eyebrow Transplant Shedding
Yes, it is normal to shed the hair that was transplanted. If the follicles are intact you should start to see growth at 3 months. Check in with your surgeon at 6 months for evaluation. Good luck!
Eyebrow shedding following transplant
It is expected that the hair shafts will shed following transplant. The hair follicles have assumed the shedding phase called telogen which can last 3 months. The follicles will then go into anagen phase which is the active growth phase.
It will take another 3-4 months at this point to see adequate growth.
Hair Transplant Shedding
It is expected to lose the hair shafts approximately a month after a hair transplantation procedure. The hair follicles remain and will produce new hair shafts that will begin to appear between 3 months to a year after the surgery.