Is it Possible to Reverse Hair Loss?
There's no permanent cure for male-pattern baldness, but there are some medications that can slow it down. The loss returns when the medication use is stopped though.
How Much is a Hair Transplant?
The price of a hair transplant procedure will vary greatly depending on how much hair one needs to have transplanted, the specific type of procedure used and in which country one has the operation.
How Long Does a Hair Transplant Last?
A hair transplant will last a lifetime under normal conditions.
How Much Does a Hair Transplant Cost in the UK?
Depending on the extent of hair loss, the type of procedure used, and the quality of the medical team, a hair transplant in the UK can cost anywhere between £1.000 and £30.000.
How Should I Prepare for the Hair Transplant?
You should start by stopping any use of nicotine products and by taking Vitamin C a couple weeks in advance. Avoid drinking alcohol starting at this point. Talk to your doctor about any medications you use. Do not take anything that can thin your blood, such as blood-thinning medications, Vitamins B and E, and herbal supplements, but again talk to your doctor before stopping any prescribed medications. Massage your head 10 minutes a day. Your doctor will instruct you if you need to stop eating or drinking the night before the procedure. On the day of the procedure wash your hair with shampoo, avoiding any other hair products. Avoid caffeine on the day of the transplant. Wear clothes that you don’t need to pull over your head, such as front buttoned shirts. Make sure to have someone pick you up when the procedure is done.
Does Hair Transplant Hurt?
Only the initial injection might cause you some pain, as it can sting a little. After that, the rest of the procedure will feel relatively painless. In the days after the procedure, some soreness and pain may be felt in the donor and transplant areas. The doctor may prescribe pain medication for this.
When Does the Hair Grow Back After Hair Transplant?
After hair transplant, the hair will grow back within four months. Right after the procedure, the transplanted hair will fall off, but it is normal and expected.
How Long Does a Hair Transplant Procedure Take?
On average a hair transplant procedure will take about 4 - 8 hours, depending on the size of the transplant and the technique used.
Should I Cut My Hair Before Having a Hair Transplant?
Hair does not need to be cut before in any hair transplant procedure. It might be necessary to cut the hair from the donor area, but this will be done properly during the technique.
Is Turkey a Preferred Location for Hair Transplant?
Because of the comfortable conditions, highly skilled experts with a long history of hair transplants and affordable pricing due to favorable exchange rates, Turkey is one of the most preferred locations for hair transplantation.
How Does a Hair Transplant Work?
During hair transplant, depending on the technique used, either hair follicles or a strip of skin layer with hair are harvested from a donor area, usually back of the nape and then planted to the transplant area. It is a quick, painless and safe procedure with permanent results.
Can Women Have Hair Transplants?
Yes, women can have hair transplants. We provide this service in our clinic.
What are the Side Effects of Hair Transplant?
Like any medical operation, hair transplant can have some side effects. Some of these side effects are infections, crust or pus drainage around the surgical sites, scalp pain, itching, and swelling, inflammation of hair follicles, bleeding, losing sensation around the surgical sites.
What is the Success Rate of Hair Transplant?
Hair transplant is more effective than any over-the-counter hair restoration products. Anywhere between %10 to %80 hair will grow back within an average of three to four months.
Is Hair Transplant Permanent?
A hair transplant procedure will always have life long results.
How Much is a Beard Transplant?
The beard transplant cost in Turkey starts from £200 and can reach up to £2.000, depending on the country, clinic, skill of the doctor, method of plantation and most importantly number of grafts.