Over the years, Hairline International has secured numerous awards and recognitions on the national and international levels, for its major contributions in the field such as the Introduction of Robotic Hair Transplant (Human Assisted Rapid Robotic Hair Transplant (HARRTS)) that maximizes hair transplant results when compared to conventional methods of FUT, FUE and the combination techniques. Also Introducing the Rigenera Activa, a specialized technology imported from Italy to launch autologous skin micro-grafting in the treatment of male and female pattern hair loss for the first time in India which is approved by the US FDA, Japan’s PMPD and is CE certified. Furthermore, the company launched Designer Hair Restoration for patients of advanced hair loss, involving the use of multiple techniques of HT, scalp micro-pigmentation (SMP) and customized hair units to give a patient a natural look.
Hairline International went on to make further progress by launching specialized trichology therapies where patients are offered a range of therapies across 5 specialities of Trichology – Geriatric, Endocrine, Paediatric, Gynaecology-related and Bariatric-related hair loss issues. This was followed by initiating a new approach to hair transplant (HT) that reduces time between sessions from 6 months to just 24 hours.
Apart from these extraordinary efforts, the company in its nine year venture went on to add many more feathers to its cap, becoming a formidable name in the industry, built on a strong foundation of medical professionals across fields. The organization has grown from non-surgical competencies to surgical treatment options as well as regenerative medicine and has always made pioneering efforts in bringing the latest in hair transplant and aesthetic technology to the country.
Why Turkey is the new destination of choice for a hair transplant
Hair transplants are not a new development. We have seen them rather publicly on celebrities for some time, Magically re appearing in the public eye after a short break with a new head of hair. Yet now the latest techniques in hair transplants are becoming accessible to the everyday person thanks to the new hotspot for the procedure: Turkey.
Almost 60,000 people from Europe, the Middle East and further afield are believed to have travelled last year for a hair transplant in Turkey, with anything between 150-500 per week. It is a booming market and is finally the answer for people who wish to do something about their hair loss.