Turkey is one of the countries where health tourism is the most developed.
While Arabs who settled in the Black Sea region preferring cool environments during the summer months,
those who have balding problems, seem to have initiatives on planting hair in cities metropolitan areas like Istanbul.
Turkey which ranks first in hair transplant tourism is followed by The United States.
However, the methods used in Turkey provide more favorable costs for choosing Turkey as the preferred country.
It is particularly remarkable that the Arabs prefer Turkey for the planting of hair and wiskers.
Today, if you travel in the regions and coast of the Black Sea (Trabzon, Uzungöl, Giresun, Rize), during the summer
periods and in particular, the months of July and August, you will see an important investment of the Arabs in the
region. real estate as well as rental properties, in which they spend their summer.
Why Turkey For Hair And Whiskers?
Turkey is a region open to continued growth, in the field of health tourism, staff trained in educational institutions
are fully engaged in professional activities, they increase their level of preference in this regard by doing their
experiments and safe surgeries, on the hair and whiskers graft.
The methods used are like the latest methods of hair transplantation (the fue method and PRP-supported hair
The reason why the hair transplant in Turkey is often chosen is that it is performed at a reasonable price with high
quality services, which allows it to be chosen as the destination country for health tourism.
When the number of daily and weekly hair plantations is evaluated, it is revealed that 150 hair plantations per day,
500 per week are carried out for the year 2017.
In this respect, Turkey has managed to generate an income of about 4 billion$ in health tourism.
What Are The Causes Of The Negative Effects On Health Tourism In Turkey?
In addition to sustainable growth in health tourism in Turkey, hair transplant centers and medical laboratories are constantly increasing and working day by day.
Many poor organizations do not take adequate legal and health measures to grow their hair, which leads to health tourism in the negative direction.
The treatment methods used by these organizations have a very low success rate.
The surgeons who work for them. They do not have a diploma to practice the profession or are in the process of
training in the field of hair transplant, which negatively affects the health tourism in Turkey.