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Graft Calculation

We are repeatedly asked why our offer is based on the specification of a maximum number of grafts and is not billed per graft.

The initial assessment cannot always be 100 percent reliable regarding the number of grafts, as this is usually done digitally via images.

In order to guarantee cost security for our patients and at the same time to achieve the best possible result, our medical partners always transplant the maximum number of grafts.

If we were to calculate the costs per graft, the costs on site could always change.

You can be sure that you will not incur any additional costs on site and you can be sure that our partner team in Turkey will do everything to provide you with the best possible result.

Here you will find the table according to Hamilton Norwood, in which you can gain an overview of the degree of hair loss and the number of grafts required for it.

Class 1
Class 1 represents normal hair growth and no visible hair loss.
No hair transplant necessary.

Class 2
is characterized by the beginning of the retraction of the hairline and “receding hairlines” form on the forehead.
1,500 grafts

Class 3
patients show a clearer regression of the hair over the temples and also the hairline on the forehead. At class 3 vertex, the person’s hair loss starts significantly at the vertex.
2,000 – 2,500 grafts

Class 4
hair loss is clearly noticeable on the crown or the patient has significant hair loss over the temples and forehead.
3,000 grafts

Class 5
hair losses reach distinct forms with the greatest hair loss in the vertex and crown area. A hair transplant of this class or higher will require more grafts to achieve coverage and fullness.
3,500 – 4,000 grafts

Class 6
Patients show great hair loss but still have donor areas. This hair can still produce excellent results. In two sessions approx
4,000 – 4,500 grafts

Class 7
Patients show the greatest hair loss ever. There may still be enough areas with donor hair for a collection, but the results will be limited.
4,000-5,000 grafts

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