I came with my partner from Singapore for a hair transplant. Before the operation, my partner had to undergo a blood test, which was more painful compared to how clinics take blood from veins in Singapore. The person who took the blood looked very young, almost like a student. On the same day, Dr. Yetkin drew a line on my partner’s head, and the operation took a few hours. The staff seemed to talk a lot among themselves, and he heard giggling. The door opened and shut many times during the operation. There was a lot of bleeding at the back of my partner’s head, but Ali said it was normal.
After the washing day, my partner was advised to buy their products, including shampoo, lotion, gel, and a “medical” hat, initially priced at USD 600, which seemed overpriced to us. We managed to negotiate a lower price. The ginseng oil had a bad smell, but my partner followed their recommended procedure. It has been two weeks since the operation, and we’re looking forward to seeing the outcome in the coming months.
At the clinic, there is a dentist. I had received an award for teeth cleaning, but after they examined my teeth, they recommended a deep cleaning that would cost USD 350. I declined the offer, especially after witnessing a man in pain following a teeth whitening procedure. I saw whitish saliva coming out of his mouth, and his face appeared to be in discomfort. Moreover, the price for dental services was too high for my liking. I prefer to have such procedures done in my home country, Singapore.