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Hair transplant (FUE) in brief
The hospital stay for hair transplant surgery is 0 nights. After the surgery, the patient is accompanied for a free check-up at the clinic. The minimum stay in Istanbul is 3 days after the surgery (3 nights at the hotel).

All inclusive package
from 1850£





Activity retake

1 day



Price in United Kingdom

between 6000£ and 8000£

Duration of the intervention

between 6 and 8 hours


3 hotel nights

Full recovery

10/15 days


definitive and visible in 6/8 months


Possibility of paying by monthly installment

Free consultation

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What's in the package
  • Free advice without obligation;

  • Presence of a english-speaking guide who will guarantee you a pleasant stay;

  • Possibility to come with a guide at no additional cost;

  • VIP transfers with private driver airport / hotel / clinic and vice versa;

  • Reservation and stay in a 4/5 star hotel in the center of Istanbul, breakfast included;

  • Pre and postoperative medical consultations with renowned certified surgeons;

  • Anesthesia (if necessary), compression garments (if necessary), medical tests, drugs;

  • Stay at the clinic for two people.

Free consultation

Thank you for contacting us, we will get back to you as soon as possible !

Service available
Estetica Istanbul
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Hair loss

In general, the phrase refers to hair loss that begins on the scalp and progresses to the hairline, finally leading to baldness or alopecia. Hair on a typical, healthy scalp may last anywhere from 10,000 to 150,000 years. Even though our skin is generally covered in hair, which is either visible or indistinguishable. The current advancements of technology have brought a solution to this issue as well. Even with time, the solution is getting modified. This problem seems to be no more a serious issue.

What is the hair composed of?

Hair is hidden below the belly button, on the palms of the hands, on the soles of the feet, and the eyelids, among other places. Hair is made up of keratin, a protein that develops on the surface of the skin in the hair follicles. While brushing or washing one's hair, one might lose 50-150 hairs each day. inches per year. Hair is made up of strands of dead keratin cells that are visible to the naked eye.

What is Hair loss?

Hair loss or thinning that is greater than usual can happen at any age, with underlying causes ranging from hormonal difficulties to hairstyling issues too, most importantly, medical reasons. As a result, the creation of new cells forces the old ones to speed out of the body at a six-inch-per-year rate. Hair is made up of strands of dead keratin cells that are visible to the naked eye. As a result, when an underlying issue prolongs the life of older cells while weakening the creation of new cells, hair begins to thin and break readily.

What causes hair loss in men?

This is a problem that affects about 40% of males. It may be you, a family member, or a friend who is experiencing hair loss. It mostly affects the top or frontal region of the scalp, with the vertex of the head or hairline being the most affected. It may leave a few hair fringes on the side and back of the head, or it may lead to total baldness. A masculine pattern of androgenic alopecia is what is known as men's hair loss.

What causes hair loss in females?

Unlike male-pattern hair loss, female hair loss patterns might differ depending on the underlying reason. Some people may have abrupt hair loss, while others may experience severe hair thinning. Baldness is not as common in women as it is in men. Hair follicles spend a longer time in telophase, which slows the germination of new follicles, resulting in greater hair loss.

What is postpartum hair loss?

When a woman becomes pregnant, her hair thickens due to the surge of hormones that fluctuate throughout her pregnancy, but she does not experience as much hair loss as she did before the pregnancy. However, once she welcomes her new bundle of joy into her life, her estrogen level drops, causing her to shed more hair than usual. Telogen effluvium is a condition caused by hormonal fluctuations. When the infant reaches the age of four months, it achieves its pinnacle. She will begin to shed strands of hair but don't worry, it will improve after she reaches the age of one year.



Image 1: After almost 4 months of a delivery woman start to shed strands of hair due to hormonal fluctuations

Main reasons of hair loss

Normally, 90 percent of hair on the human scalp is continually nourished by nutrients and oxygen supply and grows gradually. Each follicle has its life cycle, which might be disrupted by aging, illness, or other unknown causes. There are three phases in this cycle:

Anagen lasts two to eight years and involves the maturation of follicles. Hair growth in Catagen is modest, lasting two to three weeks. The telogen phase is a silent time in which older follicles are replaced with young freshers, therefore initiating a new follicular life cycle, following two to three months of stillness. When the follicular cycle is disrupted, it can result in alopecia or a significant hair loss. The following are some of the illnesses that cause hair loss.

Polycystic ovarian syndrome: This condition can cause an increase in androgenic hormone levels in the victim's body, resulting in a feminine pattern of hair loss.

Involutional alopecia: Many hair follicles migrate to the silent stage, thinning the hair, resulting in involutional alopecia. Due to a lack of nutrients and oxygen, existing hair may become fragile and thin. It's a natural occurrence.

Lupus: This autoimmune illness may produce a slew of symptoms, including skin issues, most notably hair loss.

Thyroid problems: Hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism can have a significant impact on the loss of thicker hair.

Cancer: Hodgkin's lymphoma is one form of cancer that can cause a decrease in the development of healthy follicles, resulting in little or no hair on the scalp and hairline.

The procedure of treatment of hair loss

Following are the steps involved in the procedure of the treatment of hair loss:

Step 1

Pre-operative preparations: First of all, after feeling the requirement of having the hair loss treatment, you will visit the aesthetic specialist. After examining your scalp he will evaluate whether you need the treatment or not. Later he will carry out certain tests to ensure that you are healthy and strong. In case, you get any complications then your body can withstand them easily.

Step 2

Selection of mode of anesthesia: Your aesthetic specialist will prepare you both mentally and physically. Furthermore, you will be asked to select the mode of anesthesia between general anesthesia or intravenous infusion.

Step 3

Incisions: Hair transplantation entails extracting tiny punch grafts from the hair-bearing scalp or cutting a bigger section of the donor scalp into smaller pieces for use as grafts. These grafts are then transplanted to a bald or thinning scalp region.



Image 2: A particular zone from the donors head Is selected for the conductance of procedure

The grafts made in this way are all different sizes and shapes. Around 10-15 hairs are generally present in round-shaped punch grafts. The micrograft includes one to two hairs, whereas the mini-graft has two to four hairs. Slit grafts comprise four to ten hairs apiece and are placed into slits made in the scalp; strip grafts are long and thin and include 30-40 hairs.

Step 4

Opening of incisions and treatment: Candidates or patients for hair transplants should have significant hair loss with good hair growth at the back and sides of the head to act as donor regions. The specialist will perform either the FUE (follicular unit extraction) or FUT (follicular unit transplant). In both cases, round grafts are punched from the donor location and inserted in the region where hair restoration is required using a tube-like device. The skin underlying the hair is surgically put over the bald region once it has expanded enough. A portion of bald scalp is taken out and hair-bearing skin is stitched in its place during Follicular unit extraction surgery. The patterns employed in FUT vary a little bit, but they all have the same goal: to get rid of hair.

Step 5

Outcomes: The outcomes demand patience, positive effects can be seen right after the 4-6 weeks of the surgery but good long strands can be seen after the wait of a year or so.



Image 3: The procedure of hair loss recovery brings a huge change in the before and after presentation of the patient


Hair loss can be due to the excessive amount of male hormone which is dihydrotestosterone in the body. The female pattern of hair loss is different from men. Men may have complete alopecia leading to baldness which is rarely or not seen in women. There can be a lot of underlying causes of alopecia, but the best part is that cosmetic surgery has made its treatment possible.


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