Miami, Florida – The International Society for Stem Cell Applications (ISSCA) is thrilled to announce the launch of its newest program, the Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification. This pioneering training and certification initiative will take place from December 8th to 10th at the prestigious Cellular Hope Institute Facility in Cancun, Mexico. Physicians are encouraged to register promptly as the program is expected to fill up quickly.

Turkey has earned a global reputation for providing the finest hair transplants worldwide. Some of the hair transplant experts from Turkey who have developed and perfected this procedure are now willing to share their secrets with any physician who seeks to excel in hair restoration procedures in their home country. The demand for hair regrowth, hair restoration, and hair transplant procedures is growing by the day as men and women realize they do not have to suffer from the embarrassment of thinning hair and bare scalps anymore.

The Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification program offers a comprehensive curriculum encompassing cutting-edge hair transplant procedures. Participants will engage in both theoretical and practical training sessions, helping to assist their mastery of this rapidly expanding field. They will have the extraordinary opportunity to practice hair transplant surgeries under the supervision and guidance of world-renowned experts in the field, including Veysel Cabalar, Asli Uslu, and Emere Tuncinar, who bring their wealth of experience and knowledge to the program.

In addition to hair transplant surgery, the program’s curriculum will cover workshops on advanced hair restoration techniques such as exomes, stem cells, and platelet-rich plasma treatments. Participants will learn how to select suitable patients for these different hair restoration methods and gain hands-on experience in preparing, storing, and administering exosomes, stem cells, and platelet-rich plasma to promote hair regrowth. Armed with this expertise, we believe participants will return to their own clinics with confidence, ready to deliver these transformative procedures for the benefit of their patients.

Dr. Salih Yildirim, ISSCA President, expressed his delight in fulfilling the organization’s mission of expanding the reach of new regenerative medicine technologies to doctors and patients worldwide: “The Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification program exemplifies our commitment to advancing the field of regenerative medicine. We are proud to provide doctors with the tools and knowledge to bring the latest hair restoration techniques to their patients.”

Benito Novas, ISSCA Vicepresident , added, “We are excited to bring this groundbreaking Turkish training to Cancun, offering local doctors and physicians across Latin America the opportunity to learn from the best. Our collaboration with the Cellular Hope Institute Facility underscores our dedication to providing exceptional educational experiences that benefit medical professionals and patients alike.”

The program will include theoretical sessions on scalp and hair follicle anatomy, patient evaluation, and surgical preparation for hair transplant procedures. Detailed workshops on graft extraction and implantation techniques will also be conducted, enabling participants to refine their skills and achieve realistic, outstanding results. From patient evaluations to postoperative care protocols, the hands-on surgical sessions will encompass every aspect of the hair transplant process.

The Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification program by ISSCA offers an invaluable opportunity for doctors seeking to excel in the field of hair transplantation. Participants will gain comprehensive knowledge, refine their surgical techniques, and stay abreast of the latest advancements in hair regrowth, hair restoration, and hair transplants.

To learn more about the Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification program and register for this transformative educational experience, please visit the official ISSCA website at


The International Society for Stem Cell Applications (ISSCA) is a multidisciplinary community of scientists and physicians collaborating to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through advances in regenerative medicine. By bringing together worldwide researchers and healthcare practitioners, ISSCA aims to bridge the gap between cutting-edge scientific research and compassionate, effective patient care.

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