Getting a hair transplantation in Turkey is a big decision and we are sure you have put a lot of thought into getting one. Before you go ahead and book a hair transplant consultation in Turkey with a medical facility, Plasma Medica (a leading hair transplant provider) here are some important points to note.

Methods of hair transplantation in Turkey-

Hair transplant is a surgical procedure that involves removal of hair follicles from the body parts like face, arms or legs and planting them on bald portion. This process is also viable to use in transplanting hair in lashes and eyebrows.

The latest technique Plasma Medica use for hair transplantation in Turkey is called Follicular Hair Transplantation (FUT). It is a permanent transplanting technique, done using follicular clusters of hair. The method involves removing small strip of tissue from the donor body part or from the area where hair follicles will be extracted. In most cases, especially with advanced hair loss, FUT is the preferred method by us, as it allows physician to deliver permanent and quality results according to a patient’s expectations.

The other permanent technique is called Follicular unit extraction (FUE). In the procedure, each follicular unit is taken separately, directly from the scalp, and no strip of tissue is extracted or removed like in FUT. This is the main difference between FUE & FUT. In this method, Hair follicles are removed randomly in no defined manner. The surgery is not feasible for advanced hair loss. It is not even noticeable.

Must know facts about hair transplantation in Turkey-

• Whether it be FUT or FUE, transplanted hair behaves and grows like normal hair, and sheds between two to four weeks of transplant. The roots thereafter start growing hair naturally, and continue to grow for a lifetime.

• Don’t worry about the pain during the procedure, as a physician uses local anesthesia to make procedure painless. A patient can comfortably go home the same day.

• Every case of baldness does not have a solution in transplantation.