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Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy

After your operation is completed, all necessary arrangements have been made for you to rest and relax. You will receive your post-operative care instructions from your doctor and you will be informed about the things you need to pay attention to avoid possible complications. Our team will be ready to transport you safely to the hotel. When you arrive at the hotel, you will be provided with a comfortable environment to allow you to rest after the operation and you will have a Patient Advisor to call if you need anything.

One of the most critical factors for a successful hair transplant is the adequacy of the donor transplant area. The donor area usually includes hair follicles taken from the nape and behind the ears. These areas are preferred because they are genetically more resistant to hair loss.

For example, a patient's need for hair transplantation may exceed the number of grafts that can be taken from the donor area. In this case, only a certain area of the hair can be covered during hair transplantation. As our clinic, it is very important to clearly explain this situation to the patient and explain in detail what kind of result they can expect. If the patient accepts this situation, hair transplantation is performed.

How Is Donor Area Adequacy Evaluated?

How Is Donor Area Sufficiency Evaluated?

Several important factors are taken into consideration when evaluating the donor area:

Hair Root Density: The density of hair follicles in the donor area determines how many grafts can be harvested.

Hair Quality: The thickness and health of the hair in the donor area is important for a natural appearance after transplantation.

Health of the Donor Area: The nape and behind the ear areas should be healthy and strong.

In a patient whose donor area is sufficient, it is possible to close the opening with hair follicles taken from the nape and behind the ear. This indicates that the patient is one of the most suitable candidates for hair transplantation. What is important for us is to ensure that the donor area remains in the same quality and health as the first day after hair transplantation.

What is done in case of insufficient donor area?

The donor area may not be enough to close the entire opening. In this case, the patient is explained as follows:

Determining the Transplant Area: We may not be able to transplant too much in the crown area because this may disrupt the appearance of the donor area. However, a significant change can be achieved by planting in the front line area.
Need for a Second Session: Many of our patients do not need a second session after the first transplant. The first session is enough to close the front line and as the hair grows, a natural closure is achieved towards the back.

Transparency and Information

It is very important to inform the patient transparently about the adequacy of the donor area. Managing the patient's expectations correctly and providing information about realistic results is the key to a successful hair transplantation process. This way, the patient knows what kind of result to expect and feels more comfortable throughout the process.

By taking these factors into consideration, it is possible to give our patients the most accurate information about the adequacy of the donor area and manage their expectations correctly. This is vital for both patient satisfaction and transplant success.

Saç ekimi yaptırmak istemenizin temel nedeni, daha iyi görünmek, kendinize olan güveninizi artırmak ve estetik bir görünüm kazanmaktır. Ancak saç ekimi sadece ön tarafta saç çıkarmakla sınırlı değildir. Her açıdan doğal ve dolgun bir görünüm elde etmek hedeflenmelidir: önden, arkadan, sağdan, soldan ve tepeden. This comprehensive approach increases the success and satisfaction of hair transplantation.

What is Maximum GREFT?

Maximum graft refers to the highest number of hair follicles we can get from the donor area. However, the point to be considered here is to preserve the health and natural appearance of the donor area (nape and behind the ears). Our aim is to determine the maximum number of grafts we can take without disturbing the nape.

Natural and Aesthetic Appearance

An important point that is often overlooked by other clinics is to take an approach that focuses only on frontal hair removal. This approach can cause the back and crown area to gain an unnatural appearance. However, hair transplantation should aim to make you look better from everywhere and from every angle. Therefore, the maximum number of grafts is meticulously determined to achieve an aesthetic and natural result.

Transparent Information and Management of Expectations

In our clinic, transparent information and correct management of expectations are essential in the hair transplantation process. We clearly explain to our patients the number of follicles to be harvested from the donor area and the aesthetic results that can be achieved with this number. Reaching the maximum number of grafts while preserving the natural appearance of the donor area is the key to a successful and satisfying hair transplantation process.

In the hair transplantation process, aesthetic and natural appearance is as important as the maximum number of grafts. In order to achieve this balance, our clinic offers the best solutions by considering the health of the donor area and aesthetic results.

Choosing the right technique in hair transplantation requires determining the method that best suits the patient's needs and hair structure. Rather than a "better" technique, there is a "more appropriate" technique. Our clinic has the necessary technology and expertise for both techniques.

Comparison of Techniques

Sapphire Technique Sapphire technique is a three-stage process. First, the hair follicles are removed, then channels are opened with sapphire blades and finally the follicles are placed one by one in these channels. This technique is ideal for large openings and areas with low blood flow. When the channels are opened, blood flow increases, which allows the hair follicles to be better nourished and improves the quality of the transplant.

DHI (Direct Hair Implantation) Technique: The DHI technique has two stages. The roots are attached to the tip of a special pen and placed directly on the scalp. Since this method does not involve channeling, the risk of damaging existing hair is reduced. The DHI technique is preferred when it is necessary to tighten the hair spaces in areas with dense existing hair. Thanks to the fine tips of Choi pens, transplantation can be performed without damaging the existing hair.

Which Technique is Suitable for You?

DHI Technique: The DHI technique is suitable for you if you have areas where you have existing hair and need thickening in between. This method allows transplantation without damaging the existing hair follicles.

Sapphire Technique: If you have wide openings and weakened blood flow in your scalp, the Sapphire technique may be more suitable. Blood flow is renewed during the channeling process, which improves the quality of the transplant.


Choosing the right technique in the hair transplantation process is determined by the specific needs of the patient. Our clinic has the necessary technology and expertise for both techniques and works meticulously to achieve the optimal result.

Creating a natural and aesthetic front line is one of the most critical steps in a successful hair transplantation process. This line is determined individually in accordance with the person's facial features, muscle structure and personal aesthetic expectations. When you come to our clinic, we aim for the most appropriate and natural appearance by determining this line in detail with our experts.

Personalized Front Line Drawing

A natural frontal line differs for each individual. The facial features, muscle structure and general aesthetic appearance of the person are taken into consideration in determining this line. In our clinic, we work together with our patients to determine this line. In this process, the patient's expectations and the goal of achieving a natural appearance are brought together. Our specialists have the necessary experience and knowledge to determine this line in the most appropriate way.

Front Line Transplant of Single Roots

One of the most important methods used to provide a natural front line is the transplantation of single hair follicles into the front line. This is a critical detail that is not practiced by everyone and is often not mentioned. Single roots are very important when creating a natural hairline. When multiple follicles are placed in the front line, it becomes difficult to shape and an unaesthetic appearance occurs. For this reason, we start the transplantation by separating the hair follicles into single and multiple before transplantation.

Direction of Hair Transplant

Another important element of achieving a natural look is the direction of hair transplantation. Transplantation following the natural direction of hair growth provides a natural look. For example, if the hair should grow to the right, it is transplanted to the right; if it should grow to the left, it is transplanted to the left. In addition, the recessed and zigzagged hairline creates a more natural look instead of a straight line. With this technique, the hairline gains a more realistic and aesthetic appearance.

Importance of Details

Details are of great importance in achieving a natural frontal line. For example, factors such as the direction, density and distribution of hair follicles must be carefully planned. In this process, the methods and techniques we apply in our clinic are meticulously applied to increase the success and satisfaction of hair transplantation. Transplanting each hair follicle in the right place and in the right way is the key to achieving a natural and aesthetic result.


Creating a natural front line is possible with careful planning and the application of the right techniques. In our clinic, a natural and aesthetic hairline is achieved with methods such as a personalized front line, transplanting single follicles in front and transplanting hair in the right directions. These details are meticulously applied to increase the success of hair transplantation and the satisfaction of our patients. A natural frontal line allows our patients to feel better and regain their self-confidence.

The intake phase of hair transplantation is one of the most critical and meticulous steps of the transplantation process. This stage forms the basis for a successful hair transplantation and determines the quality of the result. The harvesting stage is the process of removing hair follicles from the donor area. Every step taken in this process ensures a natural and aesthetic appearance after transplantation.

The Importance of the Extraction Phase

Correctly performing the extraction phase in hair transplantation directly affects the success of the transplantation process. The hair follicles we transplant can grow in any way, but the hair follicles that are removed will not be replaced again. For this reason, it is very important to plan the harvesting phase correctly and implement it meticulously. Mistakes made during harvesting can cause permanent damage to the donor area and lead to an unaesthetic appearance. Therefore, harvesting requires even more care than transplantation.

Homogenous harvesting and parcelization

Homogeneous harvesting means that hair follicles are harvested from the donor area in an even and balanced manner. This method is used to preserve the natural appearance of the donor area and to prevent the formation of local gaps in the nape of the neck after the operation. Thanks to homogeneous harvesting, the hair density in the donor area remains equal and the aesthetic appearance of this area is preserved.

Parcelization is the process of planning and organizing the harvesting phase. With this method, the donor area is divided into small parcels and a certain number of hair follicles are harvested from each parcel. Thanks to parcelization, the harvesting of hair follicles is done in a controlled manner and the formation of irregular gaps in the donor area is prevented. This ensures a natural and aesthetic appearance of both the donor area and the transplantation area.

Things to Consider During the Extraction Phase

Technical know-how and experience: The intake phase requires expertise and experience. In our clinic, our experienced specialists in this field carry out the extraction process meticulously.
Using the Right Equipment: The quality and correct use of the equipment used during the intake process affects the success of the process. In our clinic, hair follicles are harvested using the most modern and advanced equipment.
Protection of the Roots: In order to prevent damage to the hair follicles, they must be preserved under appropriate conditions. In this process, necessary precautions are taken to preserve the vitality of the follicles.

Results of the Extraction Phase

A properly planned and executed harvesting phase increases the success and satisfaction of hair transplantation. Thanks to homogeneous harvesting and parcelization methods, permanent damage and aesthetic defects do not occur in the donor area. This allows our patients to achieve a natural and aesthetic appearance both in the donor area and in the transplanted area.

As a result, the harvesting phase and parcelization is one of the most critical steps of the hair transplantation process. In our clinic, we aim to offer the best results to our patients by planning and implementing this process in the most meticulous way. We maintain the highest standards at every stage to achieve a natural and aesthetic appearance.

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