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improver
06-30-2016, 02:40 PM
Hi guys. I live in Europe and I have heard that Turkey is one of the best places to do a hair transplant. I am wondering if you guys could reccomend good clinics in Turkey or good doctors. Since there are so many clinics in Turkey I feel it is really hard to find out which one of them are good.

Thanks!

mic28
06-30-2016, 03:29 PM
Hi Improver, I am also looking at my options in Turkey for a hair transplant. Have a look at a thread I started.

https://www.baldtruthtalk.com/threads/24289-Advice-of-Hair-Transplant?highlight=

suarez
07-02-2016, 12:39 PM
I went with Dr Karadeniz . Others to consider would be Erdogan and Yaman .

Beware the Tech' clinics.

mic28
07-12-2016, 04:53 AM
Hi Saurez, what did you make of Dr Karadeniz? How is the progress coming along?

suarez
07-12-2016, 10:34 AM
Hi Saurez, what did you make of Dr Karadeniz? How is the progress coming along?

Hi Mic28 . I had a good experience with Dr K . Progress is coming along nicely - I'll update my thread on here shortly .

Nevyn
09-09-2016, 08:49 AM
Turkey is a good place for cheap hair transplants. Of course the question is, do you compromise on quality? Not necessarily, I've seen good results from Turkey and I had one myself, but i'm only 2 months in so it's too early to say if the place I went was any good. I can tell you though that the experience was a positive one, the hospital i went to was very clean and I felt the service I had was top notch. I'm a believer that people will try exploit your ignorance to make as much money as they can for themselves, and there is always someone who is willing to undercut that, but you will also have those who consider themselves to be "The best" at what they do, and charge for that premium service. However at the end of the day a service is a service, there are slight variations but if people are offering the same type of procedure there's not much difference in the way it's performed. Yes experience counts but you shouldn't discount a service just because of minor things like that if you have seen good results. People will charge more because they want exploit the ignorance of others, not because what they do is any better. It's a bit like a Tesco Cabbage vs an aldi cabbage, they are both cabbages, just because one is more pricey than the other does not mean it's better... it's a cabbage

DAVE52
09-09-2016, 04:18 PM
. However at the end of the day a service is a service, there are slight variations but if people are offering the same type of procedure there's not much difference in the way it's performed.

OK, Let us know how your procedure turns out

This is permanent cosmetic surgery . If some cheap clinic in Turkey screws it up , then your screwed for life .

Nevyn
09-10-2016, 12:34 PM
OK, Let us know how your procedure turns out

This is permanent cosmetic surgery . If some cheap clinic in Turkey screws it up , then your screwed for life .

The same type of procedure is the same type of procedure, I'm talking about two people offering the same thing and charging two different rates. In commonplace throughout the world for things to be cheaper, but yet you get something of better quality. Take food, very very common to get food that's much much cheaper but of better quality. Of course we can't compare them like for like, that would be stupid, it's only the concept which is the same. For some people (like me) a transplant in the native country is not possible anyway, do your argument is thrown out the window. People can aford what they can afford. So you are left with two choices: go somewhere else where positive results have been seen before, or go bald. The choice is pretty clear to me. And people can have around 3 transplants in their lives, if it goes wrong once it doesn't necessarily mean it's ruined their lives

WHTC Clinic
09-11-2016, 01:50 PM
Hi guys. I live in Europe and I have heard that Turkey is one of the best places to do a hair transplant. I am wondering if you guys could reccomend good clinics in Turkey or good doctors. Since there are so many clinics in Turkey I feel it is really hard to find out which one of them are good.

Thanks!

You have lots of experienced doctors in Europe, but you may want to look at clinics in Belgium too.

DAVE52
09-11-2016, 03:45 PM
. And people can have around 3 transplants in their lives, if it goes wrong once it doesn't necessarily mean it's ruined their lives

Good luck

Do some research , lots of people have had one and are still trying to fix the mess that the same procedure done by many surgeons screwed them , because they went the cheaper root

DAVE52
09-11-2016, 05:09 PM
Good luck

Do some research , lots of people have had one and are still trying to fix the mess that the same procedure done by many surgeons screwed them , because they went the cheaper root

route ...lol

Nevyn
09-12-2016, 03:07 AM
route ...lol

There is not always a correlation between cost and quality. You should take each place on it's merit, rather than ridicule Turkey in general for been cheaper. There are legitimate reasons for this, which if you reasearch you will see. Judging many peoples work based on views with little to no fact is not the way to go my friend, we have a word for people like you. It's called biased

DAVE52
09-12-2016, 08:31 AM
Do your research


https://www.baldtruthtalk.com/threads/23755-Joe-Tillman-Goes-Undercover-in-Turkey-Video?highlight=

Nevyn
09-13-2016, 04:58 AM
Yes I have seen this before. However this is one experience from one clinic out of the hundreds that reside in Turkey. This one video is hardly compelling evidence in which to base fact on as a collective opinion. Besides this is what we call a technician clinic, Turkey has many different types on clinics including ones run only by legitimate IAHRS doctors that are still much cheaper than some native country's. A very famous and well renown one, even on this website, is Dr Hakans clinic. If you look it up you will find lot's of positive results and good reviews.

It's funny how you are telling me to do my research when you clearly know nothing about it, I have researched this inside out over the last few months. If you want to continue to hold your narrow minded dogmatic views about Turkey, you go ahead and do that. But I think you should really understand the facts before trying to convince others of the same thing. sometimes I am left speechless, mankind's ignorance is truly staggering. I'm sure Joe Tillberts intention was not to put a bad mark on Technician clinics, however that is the way you have interpreted it. I would like you to look at this guys videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9U6uYlMZsNI He used a technician clinic in Turkey and by all means his results are good. The best? Of course not, but not everyone can afford 10 times the amount he paid, the results he received for the price he paid are well worth it.

And just in case you were wondering, I used a IAHRS doctor out in Turkey, and the service I received was 10 times better than the service I would have received here. In fact, the clinic i went to in England tried to sell me a years supply of monoxidil and low level laser treatment for more than it cost me to go out to turkey and have a full transplant! That was more of a scam than anything I can think of. But anyway, I'm not here to Argue, we have had a fun over the last few days of throwing around casual insults, so I'll leave this as my last post.

For anyone else reading this: It's all about research. Research your Doctor and research their results, It's not about location it's about their work. If you can afford a well renown doctor in your own country who charges a lot, then by all means do it. But not everyone can afford that, and if you can't, it's not something you should consider. But rest assured there are good clinics out there who are not over priced and deliver good results. Turkey is popular destination and for good reason but there is no substitute for research. Dave here is right to be suspicious, and what he said above is true; Do your research. That's what it's all about, get lots of quotes and look into the work they have done. Make an informed decision.

peace