One of the features that make us who we are is our hair don’t you think? We all have different colours and styles and it is one of the great features of our bodies that makes us who we are and contributes to our individuality. I am so lucky to have a lot of hair and so many of us take that for granted.
But what if we weren’t that lucky and for a number of different reasons didn’t have the hair we wanted or once had? Hair loss can have detrimental effects to not only our well being but mental health too. Whilst some people embrace their changing look, others may struggle to come to terms with it and feel the need to keep their hair or improve their hairline for years to come.
There are so many different products you can buy these days, from shampoos and supplements to help with thinning hair to wigs and hair pieces and full wigs to cover baldness in men and women. But one more permanent option is to consider a hair transplant. This is a more drastic and permanent approach, but those people looking to regain their confidence that having a full head of hair gives them, it is a viable option these days.
Like any type of elective medical procedures like this, there are always pro’s and cons as to why you should, or shouldn’t consider this option. But one of the main factors to consider is the price. It can be really expensive to go down this route to gain the effects you desire. One way of keeping the costs down is to travel abroad to have the surgery performed.
Visiting Turkey For A Hair Transplant
Turkey is a popular destination when it comes to hair transplants. Choosing a clinic to have your surgery such as CapilClinic which is part of the second most important healthcare system in Turkey, could be the best option for you. This means you can be guaranteed to receive treatment and care of the highest quality at a fraction of the cost in countries such as the UK.
Using the most advanced techniques in the world with some of the best surgeons in this field, clinics in Turkey can offer you the best procedure available at amazing prices. But that isn’t all. Included in the price is your hotel stay for a visit, an English interpreter so you can stay informed at all times of what is happening and how the procedure will be carried along with postoperative treatment and private chauffeur to and from the clinic and your 5* hotel.
It seems worth considering a visit to Turkey for a hair transplant. After all, you can achieve your desired effect at a fraction of the cost all whilst enjoying a high level of service and comfort for the duration of your stay.
As with any medical procedure be it in your home country or abroad, please research your options thoroughly and carefully so you know what to expect when you arrive at your clinic.
Have you visited Turkey before? Would you consider a hair transplant there?
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Hayley | Devon Mama says
Health tourism is such a big market now, this sounds like a great option for those in need of a hair transplant
Susie Wilkinson says
I watched part of a hair transplant on tv, it looked horrific, but I can understand why some people would still go through it
Peter Watson says
I like to go to Turkey too but I’m grateful to be pretty bald these days.
Great to hear you feel grateful to be bald. It is good to embrace it too if you feel that way 🙂
Rachael Sexey says
This sounds fab for people that want a hair transplant
Margaret Gallagher says
Can understand why people go – not sure if I could put my trust in those doing the transplant
Natalie Burgess says
Its such a big thing to have a hair transplant so I applaud those who go through with it
Darrell Perry says
I can fully understand why a woman would want to do this, but for men being bald is almost ‘de rigeur’ these days, even for men in their 20s. Not sure how women feel about this, but I think men with very short hair or no hair look great