Hair transplants may seem like a regular procedure for those of us not shedding their hair with every breath. However, when considering the emotional turmoil the innocuous receding hairline triggers, hair transplants become more than just a cosmetic procedure.
Hair transplants become a channel for the bald through which they can eliminate their suffering and restore their nonconsensual hair and youth loss. With that being said, many like to embark abroad on a medical tourism trip to make the experience less prosaic and more meaningful. For most, going abroad to a foreign country and achieving a long awaited procedure marks a new start for them.
Where the dark shadows of low self-esteem are paralyzed in the past, unable to transcend into the present or the future anymore.
Turkey with its distinct culture and high-tech hair transplant techniques, has become the biggest attraction and the number one destination for hair transplant tourists around the globe.
What are the perks of opting for hair transplants in Turkey
1: Financial accessibility
Hair transplants in Turkey are around 70% more accessible from a financial perspective, than Europe or the USA. However, it is not the prices alone that medical tourists find appealing, but the contradicting quality of medical care. Being 70% more affordable than elsewhere, hair transplants in Turkey do not compromise on the quality.
On the contrary, the medical care practiced by hair transplant centers such as the pioneer Vera Clinic, are of unprecedented high quality. The Vera Clinic offers an array of cutting-edge techniques of hair transplantation and performs the surgery in fully equipped operation theaters, despite the procedure being minimally invasive, for the safety of patients.
2: The Turkish culture
By now, Turkey has gained a well-known reputation for being a breath-taking tourism destination. The Eurasian city holds two continents through a brittle bridge making it the capital of merging two opposites. Europe and Asia. Oriental and European.
Modern architecture in time-worn alleys and streets. And a delicious cuisine influenced by the geographic location that offers mouth watering options for vegans and meat eaters alike.
In other words, by blending such diverse aspects from the region, Turkey meets the standards of tourists from miscellaneous backgrounds in more ways than one.
3: Visiting the popular monuments of Istanbul
Hair transplants being rapid-recovery procedures that thankfully do not require hospital stay-in; give patients the opportunity to wander around the city. However, one must abide by the surgeon’s aftercare instructions. With a cap covering your scalp from the sweltering sun rays, you have a list of many monuments and land marks to visit.
A tourist favorite is the HagIa Sophia, a church turned mosque in the Sultan Ahmet district. Tourists enjoy grabbing ethnic snacks such as Simit or Turkish ice cream from stands in the area and tour around the region. Being a few stations away from the grand bazaar, an underground market for national desserts, spices, attires, and other goods, some tourists walk from the HagIa Sophia straight to the grand bazaar.
However, you can take the tram if you wish. Public transport in Turkey, makes tourism all the more enjoyable. to know more about hair transplant and medical tourism in Turkey contact us