Eyebrow Hair Restoration

Loss of eyebrow hair can make an individual feel self-conscious about his or her appearance, and new hair transplantation techniques can often restore eyebrows. You often do not realize the full impact that eyebrows can make on the total facial appearance until you see a person without them.

Eyebrow hair transplantation can successfully correct the loss or thinning of eyebrows with natural-growing hair and appearance. The surgery can correct complete or partial eyebrow hair loss and cover scars of one or both eyebrows, with results that are often amazing and aesthetically pleasing. The surgery can be performed on women or men and usually takes a morning or afternoon session.

Before and after hair transplant restoration of eyebrows.

Restoring Your Eyebrows

Eyebrow hair restoration involves a special skill set to achieve the most natural results possible. The type of donor hair used and the angle of the incision to replicate the original eyebrow pattern are critical to achieving a completely natural result. For that reason, we approach eyebrow transplantation with the same customization and precision as our other offerings. Dr. Mollura applies the most advanced surgical and artistic techniques to recreate the natural growth and appearance of the eyebrow.

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Request a complimentary hair loss consultation with Dr. Anthony Mollura.

Mollura Medical Hair Restoration

Dr. Mollura is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery and has lectured to and instructed surgeons worldwide on the evolving techniques of hair restoration surgery.

His expertise, ethical approach to patient care, and focus on detail have garnered Dr. Mollura immense respect among his peers, explaining why he stands out as one of New York's best hair restoration surgeons.

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393 Franklin Avenue
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Franklin Square, NY 11010

Call us at 516-354-3876

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