Do you do eye brow transplants?
I have toe hair, and I would like to either remove it or have laser done to get rid of the hairs. I don’t like my eyebrows, because they are thick. The color matches between my eyebrow and my toe hairs and they seem to have the same texture.
I think I would be a good candidate if you did.
Yes, we do eyebrow transplants! Body hair transplants (from the back, chest or leg) have been attempted in the past with minimal success because the telogen cycle is long, at times longer than the growth cycle. Although scalp hair transplant to the eyebrow is routinely done, it does not always produce soft eyebrows that women want if the scalp hair is anything but fine. Keep in mind that scalp hair is generally more coarse than eyebrow hair. Thus, eyebrow transplants for men with coarser hair produce a more aesthetically pleasing result (as men generally want bushy, coarse eyebrows like Einstein or Mark Twain — well, maybe not that far). That being said, many of my patients (who are women) were very satisfied with their eyebrow results. The key point is that everybody is different and each patient needs to have realistic expectations and goals and know the limitations of such surgery with regard to the thickness of the hair being transplanted. This goes for any type of surgery.
I would not object to toe hair transplanted to the eyebrow, but it would be purely experimental and the growth rate may be less optimal because the sleep cycle (telogen) is relatively long, possibly longer than the growth cycle. The reason I suspect that this is the case is that I have rarely seen very long hairs growing from the top of the toe. I would want to know more about what the patient expects and what other hair may be available as an alternative.