Turkey is the number one destination in the world for having a hair transplant. It is estimated that there are over 1000 hair transplants performed in Turkey each day. The reasons why most people in the world choose having a hair transplant in Turkey are;
Lower hair transplant costs.
More experience from doing a lot of surgeries.
A wide range of touristic opportunities in a country with a lot of historical places and beautiful nature.
The availability of flight options from all around the world.
However, these don’t mean that all hair transplant clinics in Turkey offer a high quality service and that there is no need to do in-depth research. Having a hair transplant is a serious decision that involves a permanent change in one’s physical appearance. Once a hair transplant is done it is impossible to undo it and in case a hair transplant is performed unprofessionally, this can lead to an unnatural appearance, extensive scarring, loss of valuable donor hairs that can not be recovered later which could also lead to the loss of the possibility to do any further hair restoration. Don’t forget that the single most important hair transplant surgery is the first one and that the result of the first procedure mostly determines the long term prospects of a successful hair restoration.
AEK Hair Clinic is a high quality hair transplant clinic in Turkey. Dr. Ali Emre Karadeniz is the leading doctor of AEK Hair Clinic and is the only American Board Of Hair Restoration Surgery, ABHRS, certified Turkish plastic surgeon in the world. AEK Hair Clinic never outsources medical services and always uses medical staff that were professionally trained at the clinic’s training center. It is very important that the leading doctor of a hair transplant clinic has a surgical training background and is experienced in performing every step of a hair transplant procedure. Ironically, it is very common in Turkey that digital marketing specialists are what is behind what we believe are ‘hair transplant clinics’ and that the surgical service is an unimportant detail that is outsourced to medical practitioners with no or insufficient medical backgrounds.