Hair transplant procedures can be performed in both hair transplantation clinics and hospitals. DHI and FUE procedures are the most preferred and performed hair transplantation procedures in the world. Not just hair transplantation, but almost all the aesthetic, cosmetic, and plastic procedures can be performed in several countries across Europe, and Asia. Especially middle eastern countries. So where to get a hair transplant? Where is the best place for hair transplantation procedures? Let’s see.
Countries, rather people have become more connected in recent years. This connection increases their options over social and financial interactions. For example, the term ” health tourism ” has been widely used and mentioned with the trend rising among tourists who would like to undergo aesthetic, plastic, and cosmetic operations in foreign countries.
Countries like Turkey, Pakistan, and India have become famous destinations of health tourism for the last years. People from all over the world prefer these countries for such procedures. Especially those who would like to undergo hair transplantation procedures prefer these countries for low-price high-quality procedures.
Hair transplantation clinics generally sell procedure packages which include hair transplantation procedure itself, airport transportation, and accommodation services. Fees for all of these services are covered with the initial money that patients pay for the packages.
The U.S.’s strong dollar policy has been putting a lot of pressure on some countries’ currencies. This causes a big amount of discount on these procedures when it’s combined with the U.S.’s relationships with these countries. For example, due to the rising tensions between the U.S. and Turkey, the Turkish lira has lost 40% of its value against the U.S. dollar.
This has greatly damaged the Turkish economy. However, the number of tourists visit the country has increased because of the cheap prices. Since no one can afford the collapse of the Economy, Turkish tourism industry had to make some sacrifices to keep tourists flow to the country.