¿Why should I get this procedure done in Turkey?

This is a common question and one that we have different responses to in order to explain why you should have your hair transplant procedure performed in Turkey.

To begin, because of the subsidies that the Turkish government provides for this type of transplant, I can assure you that Turkey is at the forefront of the international hair transplant field, evidenced by the nearly 400,000 people who had their hair transplant procedure performed in our country last year.

As a world leader in the sector, and given the ample experience of our surgeons, who have performed a large number of surgeries, and the state-of-the-art technology and techniques used, we can say with total confidence that Turkey is undoubtedly the safest country in which you can perform a hair transplant.

Did you know that many doctors from around the world pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to learn and train in the FUE technique in Turkey? Turkey is not only the global leader in hair transplants but also trains 80% of all doctors worldwide now practicing this technique.

Planning your trip to Istanbul for your hair transplant can have many benefits: Istanbul is a city with a cultural and culinary wealth that very few cities in the world have. As exotic as they come, Istanbul has unforgettable charms, borders Europe and Asia and is home to a host of unbeatable attractions.

Istanbul is one of the most visited cities in the world, and the fact that it served as the capital of three empires –the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman– is something that no traveller can ignore. Be charmed by the history of ancient Constantinople and its natural landscapes: the Golden Horn and the Bosporus.

At once chaotic and calm, with almost 15 million inhabitants Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey. Visitors are delighted with the contrasts of a city too Asian to be European and to European to be Asian. Like taking a trip to the past, sightseeing in Istanbul gives visitors an inside peek at an historic and vibrant city nestled between two seas, the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea; between two continents, Europe and Asia; and between two worlds, the traditional and the modern. Visiting St. Sophia and the Blue Mosque, taking the Bosphorus boat tour, bartering in the Grand Bazaar and seeing the reflection of the Ottoman Empire’s maximum splendour in the Topkapi Palace are things that every world traveller would like to see at least once in their life.

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