Your doctor should not entrust you to the technician while having hair transplant!

If you do not want to experience disappointment after hair transplantation, do detailed research before choosing a hair restoration surgeon. Make sure your doctor will actually do the entire operation and not delegate your surgery to an unlicensed technician.

Hair transplant surgery restores naturally growing hair to thinned or bald areas. In addition to the hair restoration of the scalp, successful results are obtained with the fue method for the openings of the scalp and body due to trauma, eyebrow spills, beard spills and corners. Hair Transplantation Specialist Dr. Ahmet Ayık has made many recommendations for men and women suffering from hair loss…

Although the FUE technique has gained popularity in recent years, patients should be aware of the potential risks. Despite the advertising claims of ‘no scar’, people may encounter unexpected results as a result of improper harvesting (removal of roots from the skin) with FUE.

When applied incorrectly, FUE can cause extensive donor site spasm. You may also need to have one or more procedures done to achieve the look you want.


The desire to close large bald areas in a single session or the procedures performed with patient pressure may occur in the donor area and in the transplantation area, which will not satisfy the patient and the health institution. With ethical briefing, candidates should be informed in detail about possible complications and consequences.

Recently, there has been a boom in marketing with names such as ice FUE, sapphire FUE, Gold FUE, hybrid FUE, micro FUE, modified in FUE, FUE 2, 3, 4th generation and needle-free FUE, but these terms are the most popular in international hair restoration surgery. It is not recognized by the elite association ISHRS.


Before making a final commitment to hair restoration surgery, it’s a good idea to ask your hair restoration surgeon lots of questions so you can be sure of your choice.

After months of researching hair restoration surgery, you’ve finally decided it’s time to talk to a doctor. But your research shouldn’t end there.

Before choosing a hair restoration surgeon, detailed research should be done and be sure that your doctor will actually perform your surgery and not delegate the entire operation to an unlicensed technician.

You should know that the hair transplantation process is a long process (determination of the next sessions, progressive hair loss due to androgenetic alopecia, hair transplantation performed years ago and hairline revisions that are necessary as the patient gets older) and you should not forget that you can get support in the following processes.