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    Hey guys, recently I have been doing some research and I am thinking about going for a hair transplant in Turkey. It is way cheaper, around 2000 euro and it looks good. They organize accommodation for you and all of your transport too. Here is a link to the clinic I am considering:

    http://www.esteclinicturkey.com/en/prices-packages/

    any opinions?

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    This is a joke right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delphi View Post
    This is a joke right?
    why would it be a joke?

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    Quote Originally Posted by townie View Post
    why would it be a joke?
    Nothing personal, but it look like youíve been on the forum since 2012 and have more than 80 posts. One thing that should be clear by now is that if youíre going to have a hair transplant there are really only a few doctors to choose from. If you want to go to Turkey for a hair transplant, check out the doctors in Turkey who post on this site. Do you even know who the doctor is at that discount clinic?

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    I'm just waying up my options. Finasteride isnt working for me so its either dutasteride or a hair transplant. Seeing as I am student, I could only afford a hair transplant less than 2500 euro. I might try Dutasteride first.

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    Itís probably a good idea to wait if you canít afford to get it done right. You have a limited supply of donor hair and you do not want to risk it. If youíre going to have surgery, only go with the best. There are some good doctors in Turkey if you check iahrs.org, but they are probably more expensive than the clinic you linked to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashid Rashid, MD, PhD View Post
    I had a patient one time show me the website of a Turkey clinic he chose over us. We pulled up the site and they had a picture of the doctor and some 20 technicians. I explained to him that with that many technicians and 5-10 FUE cases a day, the doctor will probably have little to no involvement in the case. The patient then asked me, "why do I need a doctor." Goes to show you the value of research and how little you dont know until you look into it.
    Not everyone can afford to make the optimal choice

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