Seriously though, how much does a hair transplant cost? In some places, it will cost a bit more than a month’s rent, in others you can buy a second hand car with the cost of it. While you might hear that the cost of a hair transplant depends on the number of grafts transplanted, it also depends on where the hair transplant will take place.
Generally it is right to say that the number of grafts define the price of the hair transplant. Before that, the operational and the costs of labor define the costs of a hair transplant for a surgeon and clinic, and these cost change from country to country. For instance labor in the UK costs more than the labor force in Turkey. The surgeons and teams with same or similar skills and training, and even experience would ask for less money in different parts of the world.
The other factors that affect the cost of a hair transplant are the techniques, and the equipment used during the operation. Also, the skills of the hair transplant team largely affect how much a hair transplant costs. A FUE hair transplant might cost more than a FUT hair transplant or a robotic FUE usually costs more than other methods. The experience a hair transplant surgeon has in terms of years in performing hair transplants, the expertise of their hair transplant teams, their training all play a role in determining the cost of a hair transplant.
So how much does a hair transplant cost? Depends: first of all on the country, second of all on the surgeon’s skills, third of all on the number of grafts and procedure by which the hair transplant is performed.
There is no easy formula. Only some places are cheaper than others. Some are good quality, and some are not. Why not try Turkey for your hair transplant for lower costs and great quality?