Safest place for
Hair Transplant in Mexico
“Choosing the right surgeon for the job
is your most important decision”
Follicular Unit Extraction
FUE is a great surgical option for patients who want to restore their hair with minimal discomfort and scarring.
FUE is considered by many to be the most refined approach to hair transplantation, and Dr. Jorge Cortez has been perfecting the technique for years
Hair Loss affects almost 85% of males in their lifetime.
The most common cause of hair loss is alopecia.
Alopecia Is the partial or complete absence of hair from areas of the body where it normally grows; baldness. Hair loss typically occurs with aging, It affects man and women. Roughly 6.8 million people suffer from hair loss in the United States.
Besides alopecia, there are other related factors to Hair loss:
- Family history
- Hormonal changes
- Medical conditions
- Radiation therapy
- Weight Loss Surgery
- A very stressful event
- Certain hairstyles and treatments
- Not eating right
Follicular unit extraction surgery
FUE is considered to be very safe. As with any type of surgical procedure, there will always be some degree of risk of complications. However, we follow the highest standards of safety to minimize any type of risk associated with treatment and recovery.
The main benefits of FUE are:
- Minimized appearance of scarring
- Shorter recovery time
- Natural looking result
- No pain during or after the treatment
- Less risk of complications
The success will largely depend on how many good follicles you have left, how big a recipient area you want to cover, and the skill of the hair transplant surgeon.
Steps for successful hair transplant
- Donor and recipient areas marking.
- Extraction of Follicular Units from the donor area.
- Preparation and storage of Follicular Units.
- Lunch break.
- Implantation of follicular units to the recipient area.
Hair transplant in Mexico.
Thinking of Getting a Hair Transplant In Mexico?
The number of U.S. and Canadian citizens that visit Mexico every year for medical treatments has been increasing. Unlike many American clinics and hospitals, Mexican facilities have virtually no waiting lists, and the cost of prescription and aftercare medicines is far lower than in the United States and Canada.
Mexico has highly experienced surgeons and state-of-the-art hospitals, the main reason why the cost is less is because:
- Lower cost of living for surgeons as well as staff
- Malpractice insurance and licenses costs are a lot less in Mexico
- Real Estate, including rent, is lower in Mexico
- The administrative and paperwork are much lower in Mexico
- Student debt in Mexico is lower, Mexican government pays for tuition fee
Do your research, have several options and choose right!. By choosing a state of the art facility and a highly trained surgeon you will save a lot of money and have a successful hair restoration treatment.
Real Cost of having Hair transplant in Tijuana, Mexico
The average cost for Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) treatment in the United States is between $3,500 to $13,000. In Tijuana, Mexico prices are between $1,500 to $6,500
The cost of your treatment depends on the number of grafts you need. It’s important to mention that grafts are different than hairs. A single graft can have from 1 to 5 hairs.
For example, if you need 1’000 grafts you will be charged around $2,200 to $2,600 USD in Tijuana Mexico. The number of grafts you would need will be determined by the surgeon.
Here is an example of average grafts needed depending on three patients cases.
Dr. Jorge Cortez needs to evaluate your case to determine how many grafts you would need.
Who is eligible for FUE hair transplant?
A good candidate for Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is someone that has a good and stable supply of donor hair. The donor hair the area is where grafts will be extracted to cover which is to cover the current and future areas of hair loss.
Who is Dr. Jorge Cortez?
- Professional license: 6118154
- Postgraduate in Aesthetic Medicine
- Specialist in Aesthetics and Longevity: 8367641
- Masters in Aesthetic Surgery
- Member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery
“I’m a doctor who is passionate about health and challenges. Each day I offer my knowledge so my patients can have the aesthetic results they want and we can establish a relationship based on shared satisfaction”. – Dr. Jorge Cortez
How long do hair transplants last?
For most patients, hair transplant should last a lifetime.
Do you offer online consultations?
Yes, we can schedule an online consultation and evaluate your case and give you a quote for your treatment. Just fill this form with your head images, we’ll get back to you with all details including the quote. Before surgery, Dr. Cortez will perform a personal evaluation and plan your surgery.
When does balding start?
Almost everyone has some hair loss with aging. Men usually begin losing hair at 30’s.
Beard hair transplant?
FUE allows to transplant hair (usually form scalp) to your face, populating your beard or mustache with hair giving a natural and good looking look.
How much time off from work do I need for having FUE Hair transplant in Mexico?
We recommend taking two days off. Treatment can take a several hours, depending on the quantity of hair needed. We recommend our patients to consider two days depending on type of work they have, but some patients are able to return to the next day.
We are located in:
Diego Rivera No. 2339, Int. 202,
Zona Rio Tijuana, B. C. México 22010