Why did I decide to have hair transplanted?

My Hair Transplantation Journey I had lost my hair because of the stress I’ve been going through over the years, the illnesses I’ve had, and the medication I’ve been taking. As I progressed at my age, I lost a lot of my hair. As soon as I gave up on my hair, I became aware of the much-preferred and increasingly popular hair transplantation process in recent years. Even if I was cautious at first, the permanent solution and the painless procedure in a short period of time helped me decide. When I did more detailed research, I learned that the process progressed very easily, that there were no marks at the end of the procedure, and that the hair that was seed was permanent for life.

It is also a relief to see that anyone who has dilution or shedding in their hair for various reasons can have hair transplantation. I have only been informed that the person who will have hair transplantation should have the number of grafts required for transplantation. In fact, in my daily life, people who were born without hair, also known as corners, were also being transplanted.

In one year, tens of thousands of people preferred this painless and easy process and continued their lives with full and bushy hair. One of these people decided why not be me and get a hair transplant.

Why Did I Choose Turkey to Plant Hair?

After I decided to have hair transplantation, I investigated which country and which specialist should have my hair transplantation done, and I also got a variety of information about it. I have concluded that it is important that the center, plastic surgeon, or hair transplantation specialist, and the hospital where I will operate have the latest technological devices. More importantly, it is also very important that the plastic surgeon or hair transplantation specialist who will do hair transplantation uses expert, experienced in the field of hair transplantation and state-of-the-art methods.

Finally, as a result of my research, I have determined Turkey as the appropriate place for my hair transplantation process, where I learned that the plastic surgeon and his team are experienced and their hospitals have state-of-the-art equipment. Then I set out my travel details from America to Turkey, where I live, and bought my plane ticket. So my hair transplantation journey began.

Hair Transplants and Aftermath

The plastic surgeon and his team, who will come to Turkey from America and do my hair transplantation after settling in my hospital, welcomed me very warmly. They told me in detail about the transactions and told me that the process is very easy and short-term since there is nothing to be excited about or afraid of. I was a little relieved by his warm manners. First, before the hair transplantation process began, expert friends did various tests and analyses. As a result of these analyses and analyses, the region, quantity, and planting area of the grafts to be taken were determined.

I was informed about the whole process because they gave information about the process during their operations. The plastic surgeon, who will then perform the hair transplantation process, made a drawing of the new hairline, which is expected to occur after the operation. Now it was time for the new hair roots to be snedded out. I had a painless procedure thanks to the anesthesia application before the hair was planted.

After the hair transplantation process, my plastic surgeon mentioned that both the donor area and the transplant area were being procedure, so I had to take extra care of these areas and protect my head area from possible impacts. After resting in the hospital for a few days and returning to my country and home, within the first 15 days of the procedure, I had redness and crusting in my hair. Because this condition is perfectly normal, these crustings self-pouring within 15 days. It’s a good thing I had a hair transplant. I have bushy hair right now.