When searching for “hair transplant,” Turkey might be the number 1 ( or 2 and 3) destination you see. Even if you live near a top-rated hair transplant clinic, Turkey may be the suggested destination for low-cost hair surgery. That’s because search engines are influenced by people who want to pay as little as they can.
Transformative cosmetic surgery is a costly investment. But as we’ll explain, “too good to be true” applies to cheap pricing in the world of hair replacement, and most cosmetic procedures.
While there are ethical practices in many regions – including Turkey – we’re not referring to those high-quality clinics when we warn of marketing manipulation and safety concerns.
Recently, numerous ads for hair transplant in Turkey have been targeting overseas patients with compelling marketing tactics and steep discounts.
They promise a quick, economical solution for balding. They play on people’s insecurities and a widely shared desire for full, healthy-looking hair.
But what begins as an all-inclusive “deal” can wind up costing tens of thousands more to repair, and negative consequences can be permanent.