About Us And What You Can Expect  From Our Quality Hair Transplant Procedure

Dr Levent Acar - Hair transplant specialist

Dr. Levent Acar has built up a reputation as one of the leading hair transplant surgeons not only in Turkey, but in Europe.

Originally from Germany, Dr Acar graduated from the Istanbul University Capa Medical Faculty in 2005.

  • 2007-2008: Hair Transplant FUE Method Education Programs

  • 2008-2011: Laser therapy Training Programs : Medical Aesthetic Training Programs :Mesotherapy Training Programs : Botox-Filler Training Programs : Cosmetic Gynecology Training Programs

  • 2008-2010: Medicana International Hospital and Medical Aesthetic Unit Medical Director ,Istanbul , Turkey

  • 2011- present Serving in Hair Transplantation and Medical Aesthetic department in Cosmedica Clinic in Bahçelievler

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What You Can Expect


You touch down at Istanbul airport. Make your way through passport control and take a left towards the exit. Look for FIDAN Transfer and your name will be on the list. Make yourself known to the guy in the office and you will be greeted by an English speaking liaison. He will guide you to your transfer and you will be taken to your 5* hotel Radisson Blu Airport (English speaking reception staff) Enjoy the free WIFI, Breakfast and have a complimentary coffee in your comfy room.

Day of the treatment 

Enjoy a complimentary buffet breakfast including tea, coffee and juices. You will then be met in reception by our English speaking driver Mustafa who will escort you to the hospital and in to see the doctor. The doctor will answer any questions you have and will explain in detail, the treatment. You will agree on how you would like your hairline to look and then the nurse will take your blood for the PRP therapy. Once you are fully happy only then will the next stage begin. You are then given an oral painkiller and taken to the treatment room. You will then have your head shaved and will lay down on the treatment table. The nurse will then administer the anaesthetic injections. Once numb the nurses will begin by extracting the grafts one by one. You will then be given a light complimentary lunch and then the next stage will begin. The nurse will again administer an anaesthetic, this time into the top of your head. They will then make the “Lateral Slits” which will determine where the hair grafts will sit. Once this stage is complete the next stage will begin. They will inject your scalp with PRP stem cells which were harvested. Once this is done, the nurses will begin the final stage which is to implant the grafts. Once done you will have a debrief and be given advice on what you should do the first night. You will then be taken back to the hotel. When you are fully satisfied that you have all the information and that everything is to your satisfaction we will advise you on how you should sleep on the first night.

Going home day

Enjoy a complimentary breakfast and then wait in reception to be collected once again by our driver. You will then be taken by taxi back to the hospital where you will have your final chat and de-brief with the doctor and his team. You will be given your medication, shampoo and then taken by taxi back to the airport. Your daily aftercare week 1 will then commence. We will then liaise on a daily basis to make sure that everything is going well and to answer any questions you will have. There is a lot of mistruths on the internet, so be assured that you will have the right aftercare in place to see to the finish line! 6-8 months later you will be enjoying great results. Just check out our before and after gallery. All the pictures are from our many happy customers.

JCI Accredited Organization

All our award winning clinics are JCI Accredited

Hundreds of health care organizations have achieved the Gold Seal of Approval® as JCI-accredited entities. From academic medical centers and hospitals to primary care providers, JCI has partnered with these organizations to support their quest for excellence.

The relationship does not stop with the initial accreditation. JCI continues to work with these high-achieving organizations to help them maintain their accreditation, keep up to date with new standards, and offer guidance on the continuous expectation of performance improvement that JCI accreditation promotes.

JCI is the world’s leader in health care accreditation and the author and evaluator of the most rigorous international standards in quality and patient safety.

With its newly published 5th edition of JCI’s Accreditation Standards for Hospitals, JCI addresses the unique concerns of hospitals and academic medical centers, as well as the challenges of preserving quality care as patients move from inpatient to outpatient and other care providers.

Our unique tracer methodology provides the cornerstone of the JCI on-site survey, serving as a tool for surveyors and health care organizations to evaluate patients and systems in unprecedented depth. JCI separates itself from its competitors with innovations network accreditation, where similar organizations within a single system or larger entity can achieve accreditation efficiently through a single network application.

JCI is committed to keeping pace with the dynamics of global health care while remaining the standard bearer for its universally recognized Gold Seal of Approval®.

Rigorous process for developing international standards

Due to the expertise and scope of its international team, JCI is uniquely positioned to adapt leading global practices to the delivery of local care. Standards are developed and organized around important functions common to all health care organizations. In fact, the functional organization of standards is now the most widely used around the world and has been validated by scientific study, testing, and application.

Standards Advisory Panel

To maintain best practices, JCI turns to its Standards Advisory Panel, comprised of experienced physicians, nurses, administrators, and public-policy experts. The panel guides the development and revision process of the JCI accreditation standards. Panel members are from five major world regions: Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific Rim, the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. The panel’s recommendations are refined based on an international field review of the standards and input from experts and others with unique content knowledge.

Regional Advisory Councils

JCI has three regional advisory councils: Asia-Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East and North Africa. These councils work with ministries of health, international health care organizations, public health agencies, governmental agencies, and others to evaluate and improve the quality and safety of patient care throughout each region.

Council members include key stakeholders who have a primary responsibility to facilitate JCI’s awareness and understanding of important items such as:

Regional health care quality

Patient safety

Health financing

Health policy issues

Cultural needs, values, and requirements

The councils meet annually to discuss and provide feedback on key initiatives.