Man shows off his amazing transformation after getting hair transplant surgery in Turkey

A man has gone viral on the microblogging platform X after showing off his remarkable transformation following a hair transplant surgery in Turkey.

The man opted for this cosmetic procedure due to premature balding, which caused his hairline to recede early.

He revealed that baldness runs in his family, as his father and brother also experience the same condition.

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Due to this, he invested $6,000 in a hair transplant surgery in Turkey, a procedure that involves moving healthy hairs on the scalp to areas with thinning hair.

He explained that hospitals in the US were charging double that amount but he was able to get the procedure done cheaper in Turkey.

The X user, with the handle @LasTrain2London, posted photos of his head before the procedure, immediately after the procedure, and a recent photo.

“This is what Turkey did for me 🌹”, he captioned the post.

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The tweet has sparked a flurry of comments on social media, with many people expressing interest in undergoing the procedure because they are also balding.

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@robinmillionz wrote, “Who did this 🤔 and how much was the flight, hotel and procedure?”

@dontcallmesyd wrote, “How do you even begin finding a doctor in another country (that has done work on black people) for these things.”

@raiznegra wrote, “I am very truly happy for you. You look great! I am interested because I suffer from alopecia on my edges and as a woman it is quite difficult to deal with. I have so many questions. So…what is it exactly ? stimulating your natural growth or adding new hair ?”

@AShawthing wrote, “Appreciate you posting this and how honest and helpful you were in the replies. Had a layover in Istanbul airport and saw SO many people walking around who had just had a procedure done. Pretty interesting.”

@dumboincarson wrote, “Please tell me how much it cost? Like the expenses if you don’t mind. My sis just went to get her veneers for around 4k in turkey”

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