Beard Transplants Peak in Turkey

Patchy bearded men descend on Turkey-the home of best hair transplant doctors-for beard transplants.
By: FlyHealth Turkey
SISLI, Turkey - April 6, 2016 - PRLog -- As 2016 enters its third month, FlyHealth hair transplant clinics have seen an explosive growth in inquires for beard transplant Turkey (

As of late, FlyHealth hair transplant clinics receive at least two calls per day regarding beard hair restoration.

The surge in beard transplant is likely linked to the trending cultural popularity of "hipster beard."

This trend has gained more popularity among young professional executives who are giving up their smooth appearance for a more older and respectable look.

The beard phenomenon was fueled by rise of male celebrities who have been sporting a manlier look. From the likes of Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Ryan Gosling to Tom Selleck, famous Hollywood stars are letting their beards grow to increase their fan base and sex appeal.

Thanks to the growing affinity to facial hair, beard transplant Turkey has been growing in popularity.

Of all hair restoration treatments carried out internationally beard transplants grew from 1.5 percent in 2013 to 3.7 percent in 2014, according to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.

"Trends and fads come and go, but beard transplant will be here for the long haul-or so I like to think. The sudden surge in beard transplant interest created a new breed of facial hair restoration treatment," said Dr. Yetkin Bayer, one of FlyHealth leading hair transplant surgeons.

"And where else can you restore your patchy beard than in Turkey, home of the best hair transplant procedures."

Dr. Yetkin attributes beard transplant boom to Turkey's hair transplant popularity-as a well-established destination for hair restoration that earned the trust and confidence of hundreds of hair loss patients along the years.

The beard transplant procedure is very similar to the process of hair transplantation; via follicular unit extraction Turkey technique where single hair follicles are extracted from the back of the head, and then transplanted in the beard region. The donor hair for a facial hair can also be taken from the sides of the scalp. The number of grafts required for beard transplants averages between 300-700 grafts for a cheek beard.

About Dr. Yetkin Bayer

Dr. Yetkin Bayer is recognized locally and internationally for his pioneering hair restoration techniques in Follicular Unit Extraction and Palette Rich Plasma.

Dr. Bayer graduated with honors from Trakya University in 1990, achieving a high status in aesthetic and hair restoration industry.

Dr. Bayer then moved to the US where he received his training and attended several seminars and conferences about cosmetic treatments including Botox, Peeling, Carboxy Therapy, Mesotherapy and skin fillers.

He is certified by the Turkish Ministry of Health. Dr. Bayer has carried out 4000 successful hair transplant procedures since he started his practice. He's well known for his artistic skills and natural results.

Specializing in the medical and surgical treatment of men's and women's hair loss, Dr. Bayer is one of the leading hair transplant surgeons in Turkey's cosmetic surgery industry.

About FlyHealth

FlyHealth is one of the leading medical tourist agencies in Turkey, providing affordable medical tourism solutions to modern-day international patients. The higher cost of heath care in many western countries has become a burden for patients.

Registered with the Companies House in the Netherlands (Registration No:62557750), FlyHealth is a leading medical travel company offering top quality service for international patients travelling to Turkey.

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