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Este world exclusively offers a hair transplant treatment in Istanbul covering one session of 3000-3500 grafts. This unique treatment technique allows doctors to transplant as many grafts as possible without damaging the donor area or leaving out any scars. In one session, the procedure can cover the temple area from front to top creating full density and thick hair lines. The package includes accommodation, transfers from airport, to clinic and hotel.

For more information, fill out the form on the right and request a call back for free.

The Modern World of Beauty

Este World is one of the most modern and comprehensive aesthetics and beauty clinic groups in Turkey.

Together with its two branches in Istanbul and representation offices in Europe and the Middle East, the company offers the most reliable and professional service to its domestic and foreign customers coming from more than twenty countries.

Among the various causes of hair loss among men and women, the most common are due to hormonal disorders, vitamin deficiency, anaemia and genetics.

World-Class Hair Transplantation

The procedure where the Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) Technique is enhanced and applied by the Este World’s Specialists. The procedure has been developed in utmost consideration of patient’s satisfaction and comfort during and after the surgery.

At the first stage, the hair loss type, volume of available hair and proposed number of grafts to be implanted per cm2 are identified. Illustrations and markings proposed for hair restoration are prepared.

During the design, utmost care is shown to secure that implanted hair matches the natural hair lines of the patient and yields a natural look.

The targeted hairy tissue in the natural persistent hairy region of the nape is extracted by the specialist surgeon under local anesthesia. The region from where the tissue was extracted is aesthetically sutured and coated by USA’s FDA-approved stitching material.

As the body can absorb this type of stitching material, further removal of sutures is avoided. And again thanks to this capability, net recovery rates up to 99% can be achieved in the nape region of the patient.

The hair implant specialists immediately split the extracted hairy texture into single, double and triple grafts and prepare them for implantation.

While the grafts are retained in special preparations that preserve their life span, hair follicles of the region to be treated are unveiled out as much as possible naturally based upon the direction of natural hair growth.

Starting from the front or back side, the grafts extracted are transplanted in single or double grafts according to the identified needs of the patient and in conformity with the patient’s natural hair structure.

FUE vs FUT

Despite the known disadvantages of the FUT technique, in case the patient is identified to be suitable for the treatment, this procedure is performed by the clinic's specialists in the shortest time possible in the most painless manner with utmost number of extracted hairs possible by means of FDA-approved materials along the most sophisticated process.

On the other hand, the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) Technique is a method to extract grafts singly from the hairy texture without the need to texture extraction. Unlike the FUT technique, this method allows for extracting grafts from also the back, chest and leg regions of the body apart from the nape region.

Today, the Este World specialists perform majority of hair implantation procedures with the FUE method. As this method is not a surgical intervention, the patients can make up their minds easily and prefer this method. In the typical FUE method, the hairs are singly extracted and then implanted to the hairless region in limited numbers in a long time.

The patients preferring Este World are entertained in VIP rooms to have an unmemorable, enjoyable and comfortable hair implantation experience, and hair implants are implemented by a coordinated team of specialists along a process with each of its steps programmed individually.

Before follicle extraction, hairs in the donor area are cut and shortened to 1 m. By means of a local anesthetic agent, the regions of hair extraction and implantation are anesthetized. The tip of the Micro Engine is drawn near to reach the midpoint of the hair, dipped into the skin at the right angle of the hair growth and then pulled back.

This way, the hair, follicle and the microscopic texture surrounding it is cut in a cylindrical style. It is gently pulled with a micro plier so the follicular unit comes apart from the loose base. Thanks to this automated system minimizing wasted grafts during the procedure, the surgery durations are minimized and number of grafts extracted per unit time is increased. As mentioned above, the donor region may, in addition to the nape region, also be the back, chest and leg regions of the body.

After the follicular units are picked by means of the above-detailed method, they are implanted into much tinier hollows unveiled on the hairless area. Each follicular unit hosts 2 and 3 follicles in average.

The superiority of this method to the other are as follows:

  •     Treatment is applied only to the stem cell itself without extracting any tissue from the donor region.
  •     No cut or suture mark appears on the donor region. On regions where hair roots are extracted, quite tiny scratches of diameter less than 1.00 mm occur, yet these scratches recover without any mark behind in a couple of days.
  •     Where the need arises for hair transplantation, hair follicles may be extracted from the chest, back and other regions of the body and then transplanted to the hairless region as well.
  •     Thanks to this method, grafts extracted from the nape region can also be employed in eyebrow, moustache and bear transfer as well as hair transfer.
  •     Depending on the recovery process, there is no excessive waiting time between the sessions. The sessions may be applied every other day.
  •     2000 grafts in average are extracted in each session. Each graft hosts 1-5 hair strands and each graft hair yields 2,5-3 hair strands in average.
  •     The method is capable of implanting an average of 55-60 hair roots and even more per cm2.
  •     Furthermore, what makes this method highly preferred is that no pain or sensory loss occurs in the tissue after the procedure.

 


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4.5 from 7 patient(s).

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Scotland
22 Jul, 2014

Very professional from start to finish

I had: Hair transplant

Very professional from start to finish, communication all the way through from Sam in Birmingham, is a great communicator who is still in touch with me 4 days after procedure to make sure all is ok. Medical team did not speak english but please remember, it is in ISTANBUL, I did not speak turkish. Team made me very comfortable throughout and my lack of Turkish was no problem... Jale was fluent in english and looked after me very well when i got nervous about blood sample, thank you Jale! I cannot go without mentioning Driver, Mr Goksel I believe, great english, great sense of humour and all round good guy. An asset to Esteworld! Hotel was also very nice, can find no faults with my visit and highly recommend.



Dubai
12 Jun, 2013

Everything just perfect

I had: Hair transplant

Everything just perfect , the doctor, the personal staff, the assistant Many thanks to Ms Zahra



UAE-Dubai
27 Mar, 2013

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Egypt
25 Dec, 2012
I had: Hair Transplant

Hey Melike, actually i just got home now, thank you for the wonderful hospitality and everything, you guys are very professional and super friendly, you made me love the country and respect all of you and sure expect many referrals from my side and also a visit very soon EnshaALLAH when weather gets better :) Kindly deliver my thanks, respect and appreciation to the entire team. Thanks again Hayssam Khalil



Bulgary
26 Sep, 2012

i'm pleased with the results

I had: Hair restoration

I had a hair restoration in Esteworld in April 2011. It was good to have a large medical staff around me during the procedure. A hair surgeon led the operation and gave me recommendations afterwards the operation. It's been around one and a half year since the operation and i'm pleased with the results. I have to admit that I was wondering is my result going to look natural or not. But everyone around me says that i'm physically and mentally more positive.



italy
17 Mar, 2012

I have got a 3000 grafts operation. i'm satisfied

I had: FUE

I have got a 3000 grafts operation. i'm satisfied.



Abu Dhabi, UAE
31 Jan, 2012

Realy satisfying, the servive, the result, the location..

Realy satisfying, the servive, the result, the location.. Except the communication is a problem.. its very poor.. only 1 person in the center speaks english and this is annoying..


J.S., London, England
04 Jan, 2010

My treatment was done at a very professional level

I must say a huge thank you to you and everyone at esteworld for the excellent hospitality and care given to me during my stay. The staff were extremely helpful. I also loved istanbul and will be visiting again in the near future. My treatment was done at a very professional level and as its still early to say anything the result so far is very encouraging. Once again thankyou all so much for helping me. regards

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