Patient Information

All patients are required to have an Initial Consultation with the Doctor.

Consultations are available in-clinic or via Zoom Video Call.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hair transplant

Do I need to shave my head?

No, you do not need to shave your head, we specialise in non-shave implantation. If you choose to shave your head that is completely your choice.

How much swelling can I expect after my surgery?

The majority of our patients experience little to no swelling post-procedure. The small amount of patients that do get some swelling will subside within 3 days.

Do I need to take time off work?

Most patients take 1-2 days off work after their surgery and then work from home for 9-10 days. So once all the scabs are off (around 10-12 days post-op) they return to work when they feel more presentable because the scabs are gone.

When can I wear a hat?

Once all the scabs are off, around 10-12 days after your surgery.

Can I go to the gym?

Once all the scabs are off, around 10-12 days after your surgery.

Eyebrow Transplant

I've had tattooing done, can I get an eyebrow transplant?


Can I get an eyebrow transplant with tinted eyebrows?


When can I return to work?

Once the scabs are off (approx 10 days post-op) patients feel comfortable to return to work. Due to the location of the surgery on the face, patients will experience some swelling 

Can I wash my face and do my normal skincare routine?

For the first 3 days, wash below the eyes and from day 4 onwards, you can wash your face as you normally would.

Am I allowed to wear makeup after my surgery?

Avoid makeup for the first 3 days. You can apply makeup from day 4 onwards, but please don't touch your eyebrows. Once the scabs have come off you are free to apply makeup to your face as you normally would including using eyebrow products such as an eyebrow pencil or clear eyebrow gel etc.

When will I see the results?

It is a very slow process waiting for the hairs to come through and grow, but here's what to expect post-op:

2 weeks to 4 months: shedding phase (hairs that have been implanted will fall out and it will look patchy).

4-8 months: slow patchy growth (hairs are beginning to establish themselves).

8-12 months: improvement in density (more hairs are coming through and the brows begin to look fuller).

12-18 months: full results come through.

How do I maintain my eyebrows?

Once the scabs are off, we encourage you to follow your post-op instructions on how to maintain your new eyebrows.

Can I get my eyebrows laminated after my surgery?

For the first 12 months post-op we recommend that you don't get any treatments done to your new eyebrows. This includes but is not limited to tinting, microblading, laminating, waxing, hair removal (laser, IPL etc). These treatments can cause a lot trauma to the skin/hairs and can have a significant impact on the final results. These are your own hairs learning to grow in a new area and take a long time to establish themselves. 

Beard Transplant

Where do you take the hairs from?

From the back of your head, also known as the donor area.

Does it hurt?

The pain is from the local anaesthetic being injected, once that's done the procedure is pain free.

Can I wash my face after the surgery?

Comprehensive post-op instructions are provided to all patients, please follow post-op care instructions for further details.

Will people know I've had my beard done? Does it leave a scar?

It does not leave scarring on the face post-procedure.

When will I start to see the results?

2 weeks-4 months: You may experience shedding during this time.

4-6 months: Hairs begin to grow back slowly.

6-10 months: Density increase.

10-14 months: Further density increase, final results are now seen.

Can I get facial treatments after my surgery?

Once all the scabs are off approx. 10-12 days post-op: LED, Botox, facials.

1 month post-op: Skin peels, Microdermabrasion 

12 months post-op: Lasers 

Please discuss with your dermal clinician the suitability on treatments.

Payment plans

In line with regulations, we do not provide any in-house finance.

You can google “medical finance companies” and get payment plans from companies like TLC (Total Lifestyle Credit), Mac Credit or Medipay any many more.

FINANCIAL DISCLAIMER – Our clinic is not a credit provider. We do not receive any rebates or commissions from any credit suppliers. All finance and credit providers are independent, external companies. We provide no financial advice. You will need to consider your own financial circumstances when deciding if finance is suitable for you.

Booking Terms

A 20% deposit is required to secure your surgery date.

The remaining balance is due 2 weeks prior to your surgery.

To change a surgical date (free of charge) a minimum of 14 days’ notice is required.

To change a surgical date within 14 days of your surgery, a $500 change fee will apply.

Last minute cancellations within 7 days of your surgery, will result in forfeiting of the deposit.

Any refunds processed will incur a $250 administration fee.

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