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How Much Does a Hair Transplant in Turkey Cost?



Turkey is one of the top five medical tourism destinations on the planet right now, with one of its most important components being the Hair Transplant procedure. Hundreds of hair transplants are performed in the country every day. Thanks to its highly-skilled doctors, top-notch equipment, and ultra-hygienic clinics, the country has become the premier destination for those who want to restore their head of hair to its former glory. It’s not uncommon to walk the streets of Istanbul and see dozens of men wandering around with the same head bandages on!

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The Lads, Post-Op

Turkey is particularly well known for its Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplantation method. In fact, Turkey is considered one of the pioneers of this technique. Although FUE takes 3-4 hours to complete, it is the preferred method now because the final result is much more natural-looking than other methods, such as Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). The FUT method is known to leave a linear scar at the back of the head, while FUE does not leave any noticeable scarring.

Quality Hair Transplantation in Turkey

Patients don’t have to be concerned about the quality of a hair transplant in Turkey as the medical facilities offer fully qualified doctors and technicians with in-depth knowledge, skill, and experience to perform the best hair transplants. The doctors use cutting edge medical equipment to ensure patients are safe and get the best possible results possible. If you are not sure about which medical facility you can trust for your hair transplant procedure, look for one with international accreditation, such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Medical facilities offering high-quality hair transplants are plentiful in Turkey and can be found in almost every city, with most being located in Istanbul and Izmir. According to MyMediTravel, the best places to undergo hair transplantation in Istanbul are Istanbul Aesthetic Clinic, Asya Hospital, and LifeMed. But if you prefer Izmir, the ClinicHair and SALUSS Medical Center are among the top clinics in the City.

The Cost of Hair Transplantation in Turkey

With all of the technology, experience, and quality that Turkish clinics deliver, most people are surprised at how affordable hair transplantation procedures are in the country, especially compared to other Western countries where they can cost as much as $30,000 USD. When booking through MyMediTravel, prices start from just $1,500 USD (approx. 1,360 EUR/1,185 GBP) for around 3,000 grafts with a whole range of add-on services included, such as:

  • Accommodation (2 nights stay in a 4-star hotel)
  • VIP transfers (Private car. From the hospital to the hotel, then to the hospital, and back)
  • Translator service if needed
  • Painless Local Anesthesia
  • MicroFUE maximum density pre-operation haircut
  • PRP Treatment Medications
  • Post-operative care essentials, such as Shampoo, Special Hat, Neck Pillow, Multivitamin, etc.
  • PRP therapy to stimulate better hair growth.

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What to Expect After FUE Hair Transplant in Turkey

After the procedure, your doctor will apply a bandage to the donor area and provide you with pain relief meds and anti-inflammatories, before you can go back to your hotel or even do some site seeing. The next day, you’ll to go back to the clinic so the doctor can remove the bandaging and examine the areas of intake and the transplantation of follicles, before washing your hair using a special technique that you’ll be taught to do by yourself. The special shampoo is used to help restore the skin. Then it’s up to you, more site seeing, chill at the hotel, or just fly home – you’ll only need to stay local for a few days. A long weekend in Istanbul?

Interested? Inquire with MyMediTravel today and get a bespoke quote.


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Cita Catellya is a journalist and content writer who covers a range of topics from medical and property to leisure and tourism. Her career began as a copywriter, where she worked with several brands in Indonesia to help them increase their online presence.

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