HAIR TRANSPLANTATION

HAIR TRANSPLANTATION

In recent years in Turkey, hair transplantation is both cost-effective and highly successful with the latest techniques. Every year thousands of people come to Turkey for hair transplant. Our guests are returning to their countries after surgical operation, which is made with the latest technology and with reasonable cost. Also they have nice trip before they return their countries. 

Especially guests who are from Europe, Middle East, North Africa, Russia, Turkic Republics are generally satisfied with the treatment process and hospitality. 

WHAT IS HAIR TRANSPLANT AND FUE TECHNIQUE?

Hair transplant is planting of hair from the area called donor field, to the area where there is no hair. The causes of hair shedding may be genetic causes, environmental factors or stress etc. Hair planting are recently made using FUE ( Follicular Unit Extraction) technique. The most important benefit of the FUE technique is the planting of the hair to angle of outlet. This allows the natural appearance. 

HOW CAN YOU APPLY?

We can determine whether you are suitable for hair transplantation with your photos. By filling out the patient form (patient information form) on our website or by sending your contact information and photos to our info@healthrenova.com address, our consultants will contact you and inform you as soon as possible. 

Renovate your health, Health Renova. 

 
TURKEY IS THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOUR LIFE AND HEALTH

BREAKOUT STAR of HEALTH TOURISM: TURKEY

Turkey investing technology in health care services and raise qualified specialist physicians to merge technology and expertise. At the same time, Turkey is one of the most important accommodation points for health tourism with world class accredited health institutions, natural treatment and thermal tourism centers, climate of four seasons. 

Turkey offers easy access to health services, cheaper prices compared to developed countries, and natural and historical beauty besides correct diagnosis and treatment.

 

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