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FUE Dr. Erkan Demirsoy 3164 Grafts (Turkey, Instanbul)

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Hi, I am new to this forum.

I share results of my FUE surgery, which was done in the end of this July.


Doctor: Erkan Demirsoy (via health travels)

Location: Turkey Istanbul

Grafts: 3,164

Method: FUE Micro Motor

Price: 1 Euro/graft + 350 Euros for accommodation and transportation (from and to airport and between hotel and clinic)


I am originally from Asia, and are now living in Europe.

I have been suffering from hair loss in the last couple of years.

Since I decided to take this kind of surgery in the beginning of this year,

I did a lot of research on good doctors.


There are some FUE doctors in Japan, but they charge as much as around 10 dollars per graft!

What is even worse is that they do not have a good reputation on the quality of their surgery.

So, I went for Turkey to get a high-quality surgery at an affordable price.


I saw some good results from Dr. Erkan Demirsory in a German forum and he looks gaining a good reputation.

Another thing is that the price is affordable to me.

I didn't think his price is too low because

Dr. Hakan Doganay used to charge the same price (now his price doubles).


As mentioned by other guys, his clinic is clean and they are kind.

The surgery totally took me over 8 hours, which was a little bit behind the schedule.

During the extraction of grafts,

the doctor explained me that roots of my hairs are deep and so he was extracting them carefully.

He looks honest and reliable.


I am now at 4 months after op, being really satisfied with the result.

Implanted hair is regrowing although it is still thin.

I share 8 photos with you.

I hope this helps you to choose a good doctor.


From top to bottom:

#1 Before surgery with wet hair

#2 Before surgery, after shaving

#3 Donor area, 2 days after op (just after the first wash)

#4 After opening channels during op

#5 2 days after op (just after the first wash)

#6 Donor area, 14 days after op (some redness is still seen)

#7 Recipient area, 17 days after op

#8 Recipient area, 4 months after op









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That's impressive work. Very clean and refined as mentioned. You should be in for a very nice transformation in the coming months.

2,200 FUE + PRP with Dr Bisanga - BHR Clinic, 22-23 August 2013 - http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/171950-my-fue-2-200-prp-dr-bisanga-bhr-clinic.html


Current Regimen:

- Rogaine 5% Foam 2x daily

- Jasons Restorative Biotin Shampoo 2x daily / Nizoral 2% 2x weekly

- Nettle Root 500mg, MSM 1500mg, Biotin 5mg, Multi Vit, Omega 3

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Hi, cloudy.

I was wrong. The third photo was taken after the first wash.

Actually, I had bleeding in the first day.


It happens, maybe you scratched a bit more, nothing to worry :)

Give us some updates how's it going. :)

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Thank you for the messages.

Here is a photo taken today at 6 months after op.

Great improvement in the last two month!

I don't think it's final results because I still feel like more and more hairs are starting to grow.


What do you think about?


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Wow man, like you have never had a hair loss!! Really impressive result. At 4 months photo nothing much to see but this is outstanding, specially because you have dark hair and usually people with dark hair are having more visible baldness than the light-haired one.


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Hi, cloudy.

I'm really satisfied with my results.

I still see some boldness at a closer look.

This may be partially because hair in the recipient area is shorter than other.

I will upload another photo after I cut hair.


Actually, I am not using minoxidil, although the doctor recommends it.

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