Crown Area Hair Transplant

Crown Area Hair Transplant

Crown Area Hair Transplant

Crown Area Hair Transplant

Recover hair from the crown with hair transplant

Alopecia on the crown, with frontal entrances, are the most common cases of hair loss in men. The reason for hair loss is different in each case since baldness can be due to many factors such as genetic causes, unhealthy habits, stress or even poor nutrition. When alopecia manifests itself, it can be both progressive and more drastic, in which case treatments, shampoos or supplements can hardly help. With the progress of hair transplantation techniques, hair implant has become one of the most used solutions by men and women to fight against alopecia. A hair transplant involves transferring strong hair from one part that has not suffered from alopecia to another part that is more sparsed, in order to gain hair density in that area. As hair loss on the crown is very common, these grafts are very often implanted in this part, to make it a much more furnished area. In this post, we will explain the common patterns of crown baldness and how a graft is performed in this part of the head. So we started with the cause: alopecia.

Alopecia on the crown

As we mentioned, alopecia on the crown does not have a common origin in all cases, although it is true that the majority of people (80-90% of cases) who develop alopecia are due to genetic causes, age and action of male hormones, androgens. This is called androgenetic alopecia or common alopecia and can begin to manifest itself as puberty. This type of alopecia has a very common pattern that focuses on the temples and crown and is reflected in Norwood’s famous scale of classification of baldness in men according to their areas. Following this scale, hair reduction in the crown appears in type III, almost always related to the entries. This loss of hair in the back of the scalp is common in the rest of the models: type IV (greater loss in the upper part), type V (the part which unites the crown with the upper part narrows), type VI (unpopulated entrance and crown area) and type VII (there is only one band of hair from ear to ear at the back of the head and this is alopecia the most acute).

Some tips for disguising alopecia of the crown

There are a number of tips that help to conceal baldness in the crown, which appears in many cases in the thirties. The most common for a depopulated crown is to try to cover this area with the rest of the hair, for example, with a hairstyle back. The haircut can also help disguise, cutting the sides more to compensate for volume. And as the volume is precisely what you want to look for, it is not advisable to use hair gel that crushes the hair since in this case, the unpopulated crown will be much more visible. In any case, the most popular option when baldness reaches the crown is to shave the head with a razor, adopting a new look.

Alternative to baldness: Crown hair transplant

For those seeking to recover lost hair in the crown area, there is an effective alternative to hair micrograft, with techniques as advanced as FUE, used in most cases to treat the problem of alopecia in the body, crown and in the frontal entries. The FUE hair transplant technique is based on the extraction of follicular units from an area without alopecia (donor) to the area with less hair (recipient). These implanted follicles, which can contain 1 to 4 hairs, develop normally and as the patient is the donor himself, the results are very natural. If you suffer from alopecia on your head or if you start to be balding, do not hesitate to contact us via the contact form so that we can know your case and try to solve your problems.
  • You're unhappy with your hairline and you're looking for a permanent solution. You've heard that hair transplants are the best way to go, but you don't know where to start
  • With over 10 years of experience, our surgeon Dr. Mehmet Demircioglu will give you the perfect hairline that will make you look and feel younger
  • Contact us today for a free consultation and find out how we can help you get the hairline you've always wanted.
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How Much Is a Hair Transplant in Turkey?

It's no secret that Turkey is a popular destination for medical procedures. From plastic surgery to dental work, people travel from all over the world to take advantage of the affordable prices and high quality of care available in Turkish Hair Transplant Clinics. Hair transplant surgery is no exception. In fact, hair transplant prices in Turkey are often much lower than Europe and North America. This makes Turkey a particularly attractive destination for people seeking hair restoration surgery. Hair transplant prices in Turkey are highly competitive compared to other places. Furthermore, the density of hair follicles transplanted during surgery is one of the highest worldwide, making Istanbul a trendy destination for those who want affordable hair transplants performed by well-known experienced hair restoration surgeons. Contact us today for a free consultation and send your head photos to get Dr. Mehmet Demircioglu's assessment regarding the operation plan and the price offer.

What Qualifications Should Hair Transplant Surgeons in Turkey Have?

The hair transplant surgeon should hold a hair transplant membership from the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) or the World Fue Institute (WFI). A membership from one of those organisations indicates that the hair transplant surgeon has many years of hair transplant surgery experience and has a reliable and ethical approach approved by the organisation. Diamond Hair Clinic's hair transplant surgeon Dr Mehmet Demircioglu is a member of the World Fue Institute.

FAQ's - Frequently Asked Questions

Is It Safe to Have a Hair Transplant in Turkey?

Hair Transplant surgeries are one of the most popular procedures in the beauty-cosmetic industry. Human hair plays a vital role in facial beauty, and many people decide to transplant hair after losing a serious amount of hair. Surgery is one of the safest methods for resolving the hair loss problem. Hair transplant is possible in many different countries, but amongst all those options, Turkey is the leader. This popularity for Turkey is not only about hair transplant; it is also about other kinds of beauty surgeries. The safety of hair transplantations in Turkey has two main factors: first of all, it is regarding the surgery; the second point is concerning the place you will have the surgery. It is a pretty stressful situation when you decided to have surgery, particularly when you have to travel abroad for it, but surprisingly, this sort of surgery is different from others. Hair transplantation procedures are safe operations themselves, safety means the potential side effects are always can be kept under control, and nothing negative will happen to you after having this surgery. Nevertheless, it is crucial to perform it excellently, which is possible in Turkey. Is Turkey safe for medical tourists? Definitely yes. So, is there any problem waiting for you in Turkey? No, because currently, Turkey is one of the safest locations in the world. Against all the safety problems happening in every country in these years, Turkey has not struggled with any safety threats for the last 6-7 years.

How Much Does a Hair Implants Cost in Turkey?

The price of a hair transplant procedure in Turkey is between $3500 – $6,500, but you can have this surgery with an equal quality of service approximately $20,000 in the US, the UK or most European countries. In addition that, the full package is designed for you, medical tourists. The Full Package includes; All after operation medications, hair transplant procedure, after operation six months hair care kit (hair vitamins and shampoos) needle-less local anesthesia injection, all transfers between airport hotel and the clinic, three-nights five stars luxury hotel accommodation.

How Can I Read Hair Transplant Patients Reviews?

At the bottom of the homepage, there are two reviews platforms’ provenexpert.com and reviews.io links; by these links, you can read Diamond Hair Clinic operated patients reviews.

What is included in the full package price offer?

Airport-Hotel, Hotel-Clinic transfers, 3 (three) days five-star luxury hotel accommodation as breakfast included, blood tests, hair transplant operation, after operation medications (antibiotic, painkiller, prednol), Graft Plus Six Months Hair Care Kit (Hair Vitamin, Shampoos), neck pillow, two days later operation the first wash and control process in the clinic.

How Much Does Hair Transplant Full Package Cost?

Hair transplant operation price depends on many different factors. Please contact us and send your head photos to get Dr Mehmet Demircioglu’s assessment regarding the operation plan and get the price offer.

How Can I Book a Hair Transplant Operation in Diamond Hair Clinic?

THE OPERATION BOOKING PROCESS IN DIAMOND HAIR CLINIC
  1. Please contact us by WhatsApp and send us your photos taken head photos as we demanded.
  2. Wait for Dr Mehmet Demircioglu’s assessment (operation plan) about your possible hair transplant operation.
  3. Please inform us about the date you want to have the procedure.
  4. Confirm with the clinic availability of the demanded date.
  5. Once the clinic is available for the date, you can buy flight tickets and send us the flight ticket details to book your operation.
  6. We will make the whole organization (operation, hotel, transportation) and confirm all pre-operational information and information.

What About Post-Care Follow-Up Process?

After the operation, all patients have direct contact with Dr Mehmet Demircioglu and the doctor demands regularly taken photos for 18 months. This direct follow-up process between the doctor and patient is part of Diamond Hair Clinic’ and Dr Mehmet Demircioglu’s VIP approach to hair restoration.

Is There a Side Effect Possibility in The Hair Transplant Procedure?

In any surgery, including hair transplant operation, there is side effects possibility. These possible side effects are redness, bleeding, oedema (swelling) around the forehead, inflammation and all of them are manageable.

How Long Does a Hair Transplant Surgery Last?

According to implanted hair grafts amount, operation time might vary but averagely that last 8 – 10 hour.

Will My Whole Head Be Shaved in the Clinic Before the Beginning Operation?

Yes, on operation day, just before beginning the operation we will shave your whole head to perform operation sterile.

Is a Hair Transplant Procedure Painful?

A hair transplant surgery is completely painless due to local anesthesia injection. You might feel a little bit of post-operative pain in the donor area and recipient area, but that’s a temporary situation. In post-operation medications as a tablet and during the operation by serum, we provide you with painkiller medication.

Is Turkey The Best Location to Have a Hair Transplant Procedure?

Turkey is undoubtedly the most suited country on the planet for a hair transplant. There are different countries where you can also get a high-quality hair transplant, although they are much more costly. That is precisely why medical tourism for esthetic surgeries in Turkey is expanding rapidly. Turkey has shifted the top address for patients looking to get a top-quality hair transplant at a pretty reasonable price. The medical esthetic surgeries performed in Turkey are praised as some of the best. Compared to European countries and the US, the affordable medical operations make Turkey a popular to get a hair transplant. Accredited and very well-equipped Hospitals with the most advanced technology, quality, and world-class hair transplant surgeons.

Recover hair from the crown with hair transplant

Alopecia on the crown, with frontal entrances, are the most common cases of hair loss in men. The reason for hair loss is different in each case since baldness can be due to many factors such as genetic causes, unhealthy habits, stress or even poor nutrition.

When alopecia manifests itself, it can be both progressive and more drastic, in which case treatments, shampoos or supplements can hardly help. With the progress of hair transplantation techniques, hair implant has become one of the most used solutions by men and women to fight against alopecia.

A hair transplant involves transferring strong hair from one part that has not suffered from alopecia to another part that is more sparsed, in order to gain hair density in that area.

As hair loss on the crown is very common, these grafts are very often implanted in this part, to make it a much more furnished area.

In this post, we will explain the common patterns of crown baldness and how a graft is performed in this part of the head. So we started with the cause: alopecia.

Alopecia on the crown

As we mentioned, alopecia on the crown does not have a common origin in all cases, although it is true that the majority of people (80-90% of cases) who develop alopecia are due to genetic causes, age and action of male hormones, androgens. This is called androgenetic alopecia or common alopecia and can begin to manifest itself as puberty.

This type of alopecia has a very common pattern that focuses on the temples and crown and is reflected in Norwood’s famous scale of classification of baldness in men according to their areas. Following this scale, hair reduction in the crown appears in type III, almost always related to the entries. This loss of hair in the back of the scalp is common in the rest of the models: type IV (greater loss in the upper part), type V (the part which unites the crown with the upper part narrows), type VI (unpopulated entrance and crown area) and type VII (there is only one band of hair from ear to ear at the back of the head and this is alopecia the most acute).

Some tips for disguising alopecia of the crown

There are a number of tips that help to conceal baldness in the crown, which appears in many cases in the thirties. The most common for a depopulated crown is to try to cover this area with the rest of the hair, for example, with a hairstyle back.

The haircut can also help disguise, cutting the sides more to compensate for volume. And as the volume is precisely what you want to look for, it is not advisable to use hair gel that crushes the hair since in this case, the unpopulated crown will be much more visible. In any case, the most popular option when baldness reaches the crown is to shave the head with a razor, adopting a new look.

Alternative to baldness: Crown hair transplant

For those seeking to recover lost hair in the crown area, there is an effective alternative to hair micrograft, with techniques as advanced as FUE, used in most cases to treat the problem of alopecia in the body, crown and in the frontal entries.

The FUE hair transplant technique is based on the extraction of follicular units from an area without alopecia (donor) to the area with less hair (recipient). These implanted follicles, which can contain 1 to 4 hairs, develop normally and as the patient is the donor himself, the results are very natural.

If you suffer from alopecia on your head or if you start to be balding, do not hesitate to contact us via the contact form so that we can know your case and try to solve your problems.