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Balding Britons fuel growth of Turkey’s transplant tourism – The Times

Balding Britons fuel growth of Turkey’s transplant tourism – The Times


When David, 35, a lawyer, began losing his hair five years ago, he didnt think there was much he could do about it. If he had a hair transplant, he knew it could take weeks or months before his head looked normal again. He couldnt imagine facing his colleagues and clients in court with a conspicuously red-raw scalp.

The pandemic has changed all that for David which is not his real name and for other British men and women who have taken advantage of lockdown to slip away for cheap cosmetic surgery, from Botox and hair transplants to liposuction and abdominoplasty (tummy tucks), in clinics in Istanbul.

Afterwards, they can go home and recover in social isolation, out of sight of colleagues and

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Balding Britons fuel growth of Turkey's transplant tourism - The Times

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