Dr. Hakan Doganay Hair Transplant,
founder and leading surgeon for AHD Hair Restoratioin with clinical facilities at Liman Mah. 32. Sok. 14/12 Konyaalti / ANTALYA 07400 Turkey.
Turkey has become one of the most sought after destinations for advanced hair transplant procedures, thanks to hugely popular and widely recommended surgeon such as Dr. Hakan Doganay, founder of AHD Hair Restoration clinic in Antalya.
Graduated from Selcuk University (1986 - 1993) with a degree in medicine, Dr. Doganay has well over 10 years of experience in surgical hair restoration with a specialty in advanced techniques such as FUE (follicular unit extraction), BHT (body hair transplant), beard hair transplant as well as PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) to name a few.
Prior to practising hair transplant restoration, Dr. Doganay worked as a medical doctor in a government health clinic in Nidge from 1993 - 2000. From 2000 - 2004, Dr. Doganay was the head doctor in Ministry of Medicine Antalya region.
Dr. Doganay's philosophy is to ensure that every one of his patients is a success stories. As a result, he is very selective in the patient screening process. Not every person is eligible for treatment at his clinic. Every procedure is custom made and tailored to the patient's unique requirements and characteristics. Hair transplant is Dr. Doganay's passion and it shows through his artistic skills and natural looking hairline design that can rival what we were born with.
In addition, unlike other clinics where the technicians do most of the work, Dr. Doganay is one of the very few in the world who personally extracts and places all the grafts himself. This is hard to come by nowadays and should be a huge factor when making a decision about hair transplant. It takes a lot of dedication, commitment and work ethics to personally handle all the donor extraction and graft placement. Most other clinics would simply let the assistants or technicians do the bulk of the work while the doctor casually supervise the process from time to time.
Dr. Doganay is very systematic and thorough in his surgical approach, he uses an extraction tool called a micromotor, with punches ranging from .7mm to .8mm in order minimize scarring to the donor area while harvesting the follicular units. Transection rates and damage to follicular units during extraction and placement are minimal under the skillful hands of Dr. Doganay.
Recent patient result published and discussed in our open forum: