Moorgate Aesthetics has recently seen a rise in the popularity of eyebrow transplants for people who are seeking bigger, fuller brows with natural-looking results:
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons noted soaring interest in the procedure due to the high-profile of the Duchess of Cambridge and her “natural” look.
Eyebrow restoration is an excellent way to replace eyebrows or touch up small areas of hair loss that result from scars, genetic causes or over-plucking caused by the trend from previous years.
Each time you pull out a hair, you run the risk of pulling out a bit of root. Over time, this leads to the hair getting increasingly fine and, in many cases, eventually stops growing entirely.
Don’t delay, make contact with us now by telephone 03300 244 858 or book an appointment to see what we can do for you!
Meet Our Qualified hair Transplant Surgeon
Dr Harris Haseeb has been involved in the art of Hair Restoration Surgery since 1997. In the private and public sector Dr Haseeb is highly regarded in the field of hair restoration surgery. He has considerable experience in both F.U.T and F.U.E procedures which are in high demand by discerning Patients.
Dr Ali, a consultant dermatologist, leads our hair transplant team. Dr Ali and his team perform both the FUE, FUT and strip method of hair transplantation, delivering superb results. Consultations for hair transplantation are available across the UK and they are entirely free of charge.
Eyebrow transplants are designed to restore growing hair to eyebrows that are overly thin, scarred, or completely missing.
Moorgate Aesthetics uses a technique called follicular unit transplantation & follicular extraction; this involves the removal of donor follicles from the back of the patient’s head. The donor hairs that have come from the scalp which, when transplanted into the eyebrows, continue to grow for a lifetime and therefore need to be trimmed typically once a month.
To provide a natural appearance, the hairs are transplanted primarily one and occasionally two at a time, the natural way eyebrow hairs grow. This is a very delicate procedure, requiring perfect placement of these hairs into tiny (half-millimeter) incisions that are angled at just the right direction and positioned to mimic natural growth.
A procedure typically involves the placement of 50 to as many as 325 hairs into each eyebrow, depending upon the existing amount of hair and the desired size and density. Performed usually under a mild oral sedative, the two-hour procedure is essentially painless.