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Eyebrow Transplant Process in Turkey

The face is considered the window to the outside world, it affects directly your social life.

Nose, lips, eyebrows, and all the other elements in your face when combined together they form a beautiful and wonderful exterior. Especially in women when eyebrows are dense and look great, it adds a lot of facial expressions and aesthetic appearance. Therefore, everyone would like to have thick and beautiful eyebrows. But sometimes the eyebrows are light since birth or fall over time because of many different reasons. Some cases are genetic, some are caused by burns or surgeries and others are due to illness. This is why Eyebrow Transplant is done to give a great aesthetic density and shape.

Eyebrow Transplant has become very famous in recent years in Turkey, using the latest techniques. As with Hair Transplant, eyebrow implant make people look great while ensuring the ultimate solution to eyebrow loss and lasting through life

Eyebrow Transplant Quick Details


  • Individuals with genetically very thin eyebrows.

  • Individuals with over-plucked eyebrows that have not grown back.

  • Individuals looking to thicken their eyebrows.


  • Between 3-6 hours.


  • For most individuals, the swelling lasts for a few days up until a week.

  • Most patients return home immediately and can pursue light daily work.

  • You can return to work after a week, and start exercising in a month.


  • It is typically recommended to have a minimum of 2 sessions for the procedure to be successful.


  • Swelling

  • Pain

  • Bruising

Eyebrow Transplant Costs

Eyebrow transplant prices have steadied in recent years. However, the cost of the treatment depends on a number of factors that vary between countries. These can include exchange rates and living costs. Below, we've outlined starting prices for eyebrow transplant surgery in a number of different countries. These prices are not fixed or guaranteed and can change based on a variety of different factors.

Price - USD

How Does an Eyebrow Transplant Work?

Here are the main steps of the treatment.

1. Initial Consultation

Before undergoing treatment, you should have a consultation with a doctor. This is important, in order to discuss your medical history, your current health status, and to build a treatment plan. We can help you get a specialist to assess your case for free. Get in touch anytime.


2. Surgery

  • Before the start of your transplant, the doctor will draw the outline of your eyebrows, based on your goals as discussed during your consultation.

  • You will receive local anesthesia. Following this, the doctor will remove hair either using the FUT or FUE method.

  • If FUT has been used, then your donor area (usually the back of your head, but can vary) will be stitched and the strip of hair will be cut into grafts that will be transplanted into your eyebrows. If FUE was the technique employed, then hairs will be picked directly from your donor area and placed in a container with a solution to maintain the follicles’ vitality before implanting them into your eyebrow area.

  • Using very thin needles, your grafts will be implanted into the recipient area in a specific way so that it looks as natural as possible.


3. Post-Op

The next day you will have a post-op check-up with your doctor, and have a chance to ask more questions and receive post-op care guidelines.

What Should I Expect From This Procedure?

Between weeks 2-8, your transplanted hair will fall out. This is completely normal and is part of a natural process termed the ‘shock loss phenomenon. Following this, you will be a dormant phase where not much growth will be seen. Around 6 months onwards you will start seeing growth, and get an idea of what your final eyebrows will look like! Your new eyebrow hair will behave differently than ‘normal’ eyebrow hair since it has been implanted from your head. Please bear this in mind when results start to show, and when you groom them.

Bear in mind, that your results are greatly influenced by a variety of factors that are specific to you. Such as your medical history, your current health status, and your adherence to the post-op guidelines.