Say goodbye to wigs and hats! Elevate your confidence to new heights with hair transplant in Mexico.

Save up to 76% on treatment that meets US quality standards.

Learn more about the costs and the procedure by reading this comprehensive article.

US Patient Reviews His Hair Transplant Surgery in Mexico

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About 85% men go bald as they reach the age 50 . And around 80% of women notice hair loss by the age 60.[1]Reader’s Digest
Medical Myth: Bald men have more testosterone
“Male pattern baldness is incredibly common—with 85 per cent of men over the age of 50 showing signs of it”
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[2]The Hair Society
Hair Loss Statistics
“By age 60, women hair loss sufferers will be in the 80% range.”
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Fortunately, hair transplants in Mexico can help you attain voluminous hair.

Don’t just take our word for it.

Look at the amazing transformations in some patients who have had hair transplant in Mexico.

Hair Transplant in Mexico Reviews

Hair replacement Mexico does more than adding volume. It can restore hair on injured scalps.

Here are the before and after images.

Before & After Hair Transplant in Mexico

Still unsure? Check out the testimonials for a glimpse of the exceptional care you can expect in Mexico.

My hair started thinning in my thirties. So, I looked for hair transplants in Canada. They were expensive. Commuting to Tijuana was easy. I saved around 70% compared to Canada. I had FUT 5 years ago to the front of my head. It looks amazing. Yesterday, I had the FUE procedure done on my crown area. Both were very smooth. The doctors were very caring and professional.”

-Logan Kennedy, Canada

I’m 9 days out from having had a FUT procedure. I had a consultation in LA for fewer grafts at more than twice the price. The doctors were professional in Mexico. The surgical room was clean. The driver picked me up in San Diego. They provided a hotel room. I’m excited to see the final results in a few months. Surprisingly, there was no pain, just minor discomfort.”

-Ryan Johnson, Los Angeles

I strongly recommend this place. I came here for FUT. The room was clean, and the staff was helpful. They speak good English. The procedure was painless. I almost fell asleep a few times. I went to Bosley to get an estimate for the surgery. In Mexico, I got it for a third of the price. Doctor Hernandez was even more informed than the doctor I spoke to at Bosley.”

-Xavier L, California

“I just had my second hair implant here. My first FUT transplant was about 5 years ago. I had good FUT results but wanted more density with FUE since I have curly hair. The driver picked me up at the airport. The nurses were nice and made me feel comfortable. I did have some pain, but it was tolerable. Overall, I had a great experience with both procedures.”

-Hector Gonzalez, United States

Worried about the cost? Don’t be!

Hair transplant surgery cost in Mexico is reasonable.

See for yourself as you scroll down.

How Much Does Hair Transplant Cost in Mexico?

The average cost of hair transplant in Mexico ranges between $4,500 and $7,200.

Note that hair transplant cost in Mexico is far lower than in the US or Canada.

You can save up to 76% by getting hair transplant in Mexico.

For instance, you will have to pay $4,500 for an FUT transplant in Mexico.

The same would cost you around $15,000 in the US.

On the other hand, a FUE hair transplant Mexico costs you $5,400.

This saves nearly 73% compared to the $20,000 price in the US.

Here we tabulated the prices for an easier understanding.

Hair Transplant Cost Mexico vs. US
Procedure US Mexico Savings
FUT $15,000 $4,500 70%
FUE $20,000 $5,400 73%
FUE+FUT $30,000 $7,200 76%
#Prices may vary depending on the case

Your dream hair awaits! Imagine a future where every strand shines with beauty and confidence.

Call us now and take your first step to begin your hair transformation journey!

Wondering how to pay for a cheap hair transplant in Mexico?

Our partner clinic in Mexico accepts the following payment methods:

  • Cash
  • Online transactions
  • Credit and debit cards

Besides, you can also avail financing for hair transplant in Mexico with SuperMoney.

Looking for Mexico hair transplant packages?

Note that hair restoration Mexico costs at our partner clinic are ALL-INCLUSIVE! It covers:

  • Doctor’s fee
  • Consultation
  • Diagnostic tests
  • One-night hotel stay
  • Pick up and drop off from San Diego Airport

On top of all-inclusive prices, you can avail numerous other benefits with hair replacement Mexico.

Explore all the benefits that hair restoration Mexico offers you.

Why Choose Hair Transplant Surgery in Mexico?

The cheapest hair transplant in Mexico offers life-changing results with the following benefits:

Massive Savings

Premier Hospital

  • Our partner clinic in Mexico has been in buisiness for 16 years.
  • You will receive top-quality treatment and follow-up care as well.

Qualified Doctors

  • Skilled doctors at our partner clinic have over 20+ years of experience.
  • They are members of prestigious organizations like ISHRS and the World Institute of FUE.

Advanced Technology

  • Our partner clinic uses state-of-the-art technology.
  • They have the latest instruments like WAW and MAMBA, ensuring quality graft extraction.

Benefits of Choosing Hair Transplant in Mexico

Benefits of Choosing Hair Transplant in Mexico

Convenient To Reach

  • Our partner clinic in Tijuana is close to the airport and the US- Mexico border.
  • In addition, our partner clinic offers free airport transport for your convenience.

Multilingual Staff

  • The doctors at our partner clinic speak English and Spanish.
  • So, you don’t have to worry about communication here at our partner clinic.


  • You can stay at the clinic’s recommended hotel for FREE on the day of your transplant.
  • Further, you can enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, phone calls, and airport transport.


  • Enjoy a refreshing vacation while on your hair transplant trip to Tijuana, Mexico.

Let’s learn more about the best hair transplant clinic in Mexico.

Top Hospital for the Best Hair Transplant in Mexico

MTC’s partner, Neopel Clinic, is the top clinic for hair restoration in Mexico.
Neopel Clinic | Tijuana, Mexico

Neopel Clinic | Tijuana, Mexico

José Clemente Orozco #2260,

Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana,

2201 Tijuana, B.C., Mexico


Mon – Fri – 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m

Sat – 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m

Clinic Highlights:

  • In business for 16 years
  • 2000+ successful hair transplants
  • High-quality services in Hair Restoration Mexico
  • Serving patients from Mexico, US, Canada, Australia, and Japan
  • State-of-the-art technology: High-precision instruments like the WAW-FUE system and MAMBA machine

Neopel Clinic | Tijuana, Mexico

Cutting Edge Technology at Neopel Clinic


  • Free Wi-Fi and phone calls
  • English speaking doctors
  • Post-procedural follow-ups
  • Close to the US-Mexican border
  • Transportation to and from San Diego Airport

Note that qualified doctors will carry out your hair transplantation in Mexico.

Technicians and other staff are only to assist with the procedure.

Now, let’s learn about the artisans who gift voluminous hair.

Meet the Best Hair Transplant Doctor in Mexico

Here are the top doctors who perform your hair medical restoration Tijuana, Mexico.

Dr. Ana Gabriela Hernandez Amaya

Dr. Ana Gabriela Hernandez Amaya

18 years of experience


  • Latin American FUE Workshop

Dr. Miguel Angel Allessandrini Perez

Dr. Miguel Angel Allessandrini Perez

20+ years of experience


  • World Institute of FUE
  • Ibero Latin American Hair Transplant Society

The best hair transplant doctors in Mexico stay updated with the latest trends.

They participate actively in the ISHRS Annual Congress.

Besides, they are bilingual and can speak English fluently.

Begin your hair perfection journey by reaching out to our English-speaking hair transplant wizards.

Don’t hesitate. Call us now. Your path to stunning hair awaits!

Now, let’s dive deeper into hair transplant in Mexico in detail.

Hair Restoration Mexico: Everything You Need To Know

Are you noticing excessive fallen hair on your clothes, in drains, and around your home?

Note that losing 50-100 hair strands in a day is normal.[3]Harvard Health Publishing
Hair Loss
“We normally lose approximately 50 to 100 scalp hairs each day.”
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However, it’s a concern if you’re losing more.

Fortunately, a hair transplant in Mexico can address hair loss issues.

Hair Loss

Hair Loss

Hair follicular units or grafts, are small scalp sections with 1-2 hair strands picked from healthy donor areas.

They are transplanted to thinning receptor areas.[4]WebMD
Hair Transplants: What to Expect
“Hair grafts – Hair Grafts are tiny pieces of scalp containing one or two hairs are harvested for a healthy part of the head (usually the back of the head) and transplanted to a bald area of the scalp.”
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The results are natural-looking and long-lasting for both men and women.

Thanks to the advanced technology, the harvesting leaves minimal or no scars.[5]Healthline
Are Hair Transplant Scars Permanent, or Can They Be Removed?
“The FUE procedure may provide a less noticeable type of scarring and may be a better fit for some people.”
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Therefore, the harvested scar is undetectable to the naked eye.

Scalp Area With Thinning Hair

Scalp Area With Thinning Hair

Hair Transplantation

Hair Transplantation

Voluminous Hair With No Scar

Voluminous Hair With No Scar

Now, let’s explore the causes of hair loss.

Causes for Excessive and Unusual Hair Loss

Below are the general causes for receding hairline and a widening part:

  • Scalp infection or psoriasis
  • Cancer treatment like radiation or chemotherapy
  • Hair follicle growth slowing down and stopping with age
  • Childbirth, stress, or recovering from chronic illness
  • Hormonal imbalance like thyroid, PCOS, or menopause
  • Genetic reasons also called anthropogenic alopecia or pattern baldness
  • Alopecia areata, where the body’s immune system attacks the hair follicles
  • Deficiency of vitamins and minerals like biotin, zinc, iron, or proteins in diet
Source: Medical News Today[6]Medical News Today
Causes and treatments for thinning hair
“Genetic or hereditary factors…older age, due to slower hair growth…alopecia areata, which is an autoimmune condition…cancer treatment and some other medications…stress…childbirth…a health condition, such as scalp psoriasis or an infection…nutritional deficiencies, for example, a lack of biotin, zinc, iron, or protein”
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Hair loss after Cancer Treatment

Hair Loss After Cancer Treatment

Scalp Infection

Scalp Infection

Alopecia Aereata

Alopecia Aereata

Now, let’s understand the various stages of pattern hair loss.

Hair Loss Stages: Norwood’s Scale

Hair transplant experts at our partner clinics use scientific classification to understand your pattern hair loss.

They use the Norwood classification scale, the most accepted method.[7]NCBI
Is Every Patient of Hair Loss a Candidate for Hair Transplant?—Deciding Surgical Candidacy in Pattern Hair Loss
“Patterned alopecia incudes male pattern hair loss …shows the widely used Norwood–Hamilton classification of MPHL”
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Here are the various stages of hair loss:[8]Healthline
What Is the Norwood Scale?
“Stage 1. No significant hair loss or recession of the hairline…Stage 2 recession of the hairline around the temples…Stage 3 The hairline becomes deeply recessed at both temples, resembling an M, U, or V shape…”
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  • 1- Stage: No significant hair loss
  • 2- Stage: Slightly receding hairline around temples
  • 3- Stage: Deeply receding hairline around temples. It appears M, U, or V-shaped
  • 4- Stage: Severe than stage 3 with sparse or no hair on vertex
  • 5- Stage: Dominating hair loss areas with sparse or a narrow band of hair between them
  • 6- Stage: Deepened bald spots around temples join with the bald area on the vertex
  • 7- Stage: Severe stage with thin, narrow band remaining on sides

Norwood Classification Scale for pattern hair loss

Norwood Classification Scale

Worried about identifying your hair loss stage? Fret not!

Our partner clinic has the best hair transplant doctor in Mexico.

They physically examine and evaluate you.

Now let’s learn if you are the right candidate for a hair transplant in Mexico.

Who Is the Candidate for the Best Mexico Hair Transplant?

Hair transplant in Mexico is beneficial for individuals with:

  • Pattern baldness
  • Realistic expectations
  • Thin hair and receding hairline
  • Partial hair loss due to burns, injury, or trauma

Male Pattern Baldness

Male Pattern Baldness
Source: Healthline[9]Healthline
Hair Transplants and Treatment
“Who might benefit from a hair transplant? men with male pattern baldness…women with thinning hair…anyone who has lost some hair from a burn or scalp injury”
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Better Health Channel[10]Better Health Channel
Hair transplant surgery
“It is important to have realistic expectations. If you start off without much hair, a transplant will not give you a full head of hair. The thicker and denser your remaining hair, the better the results will be.”
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Keep in mind that hair transplant Mexico is not suitable for individuals:

  • Under 25 years of age
  • With scanty donor sites
  • Underwent chemotherapy
  • Suffering from Alopecia areata
  • With thick, fibrous scars after injury
Source: Healthline[11]Healthline
Hair Transplants and Treatment
“Hair replacement isn’t a good option for:people who don’t have enough “donor” hair sites from which to remove hair for transplant…people who form keloid scars (thick, fibrous scars) after injury or surgery…people whose hair loss is due to medication such as chemotherapy”
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Hair Transplantation
“Identifying appropriate candidates for hair transplantation includes an evaluation of the following: Age: The HT surgeon should only operate on patients older than 25 years of age because future hair loss pattern is less predictable and expectations are generally more unrealistic in patients younger than 25 years old.”
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Curious about the process of the best hair transplant in Mexico?

Keep scrolling to find out!

Hair Transplant in Mexico: A Comprehensive Overview

The best hair transplant doctor in Mexico will perform your transplant in a state-of-the-art surgical suite.

On average, your hair transplant in Mexico can take 6-8 hours.

The doctor will use tools like a punch or a scalpel for this.

Note that you will be under local anesthesia during the procedure.

It means that you will be awake and fully conscious throughout the transplant procedure.

Hair Transplant in Mexico Carried Out Under Local Anesthesia

Hair Transplant in Mexico Carried Out Under Local Anesthesia

The doctors at our partner clinics use FUE and FUT techniques for hair replacement Mexico.

Check out the table below to understand the details of FUT and FUE in Mexico

Hair Transplant in Mexico: FUT vs. FUE
FUT Hair Transplant Mexico FUE Hair Transplant Mexico
Follicular unit transplantation (FUT), also called the strip method Follicular unit extraction (FUE), also called no stitch, no cut method
The doctor will cut a thin skin layer strip from the donor area to harvest healthy, intact hair follicles The doctor will harvest individual hair follicles directly from the donor area using small punches
A linear scar develops on the donor area Small round dots develop on the donor area
Donor site healing takes longer Less healing time
Consumes less time Time-consuming process
Relatively lower transection rate* Relatively higher transection rate*
*Transection rate is the % of hair follicles damaged during extraction
Source: Springer Link[13]Springer Link
Hair Transplantation
“FUT is also called strip method or stitch method…. Linear scar in donor area. Healing time is more in donor area…In this technique, we extract the individual follicles one graft at a time with the help of small punches. Also known as no stitch and no cut method, it’s minimally invasive procedure compared to the FUT…No linear scar, small round dots in donor area. Decreased healing time in donor area. ”
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FUT Vs. FUE | Mexico

FUE Vs. FUT in Mexico

Have trouble deciding between both? Worry not.

Each hair transplant procedure is unique and tailored to your needs.

The best hair transplant doctor in Mexico will help you choose the right one for your needs.

This is based on the initial consultation.

Now, let’s dive into the specifics of the initial consultation.


During your first consultation:

  • You’ll present your hair loss and aesthetic concerns to the hair transplant expert
  • The doctor will physically examine your hair loss and growth patterns

Remember to discuss the following:[14]Better Health Channel
Hair transplant surgery
“tell your medical practitioner about any medication that you take on a regular basis or have recently taken…the hair loss history in your family and any prior surgical or medical treatments for hair loss you may have had… tell your medical practitioner if you have ever had a bad reaction or a side effect from any medication, including anaesthesia ”
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  • Your familial hair loss history
  • Any prior anaesthesia experience
  • Possible risks and complications of hair transplant
  • Your overall health, medical history along with specific medicine usage (if any)

The success of your hair transplant in Mexico depends on following the right tips before and after the procedure.

Tips To Follow Before Hair Transplant in Mexico

Note that your hair will be trimmed short before the hair transplant procedure.

Besides, you will have to mend your lifestyle for the best hair transplant in Tijuana, Mexico results.[15]Healthline
Everything to Know About a FUE Hair Transplant
“Don’t smoke for at least a day before your surgery…Don’t drink alcohol for at least 3 days before your surgery…Don’t take aspirin or blood thinners for about 2 weeks before your surgery…Don’t take any vitamins or dietary supplements for 2 weeks before your surgery….Try to avoid taking antidepressants for about 2 weeks before surgery.”
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  • Get routine blood and ECG tests done.
  • Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption at least 3 days before transplant.
  • Massage your scalp for 10-30 min daily for at least a few weeks before transplant.
  • Avoid anti-depressants, blood thinners, vitamin supplements, and aspirin at least 2 weeks before the transplant.

Avoid Smoking

Avoid Smoking

Regular Blood Tests

Regular Blood Tests

Avoid Supplements

Avoid Supplements

Now, let’s learn about aftercare to help you prepare beforehand.

What To Expect After Hair Transplant Mexico?

You may experience slight discomfort or pain as the anesthesia wears off. Use painkillers to help with this.

In addition, your doctor will prescribe antibiotics and anti-inflammatory medicine.

Here are a few points to keep in mind after surgery. You may:

  • Start exercising after 3 weeks.
  • Return to work after several days post-surgery.

Note that the hair growth starts after 4 months post-surgery.

You will experience the full-fledged, permanent results during or after the 10th month after the procedure.

Source: Healthline[16]Healthline
Hair Transplants and Treatment
“Your scalp may be sore, and you may need to take medications following hair transplant surgery, such as: pain medication…antibiotics to reduce your risk of infection…anti-inflammatory medications to keep swelling down…Most people can return to work several days after surgery.”
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Aftercare Tips To Follow:

While at home, remember that you:[17]Healthline
Everything to Know About a FUE Hair Transplant
“Don’t wash your hair or shower for at least 3 days….Use gentle, unscented shampoos for a few weeks once you start washing your hair….Don’t comb or brush your new hair for at least 3 weeks…Don’t wear hats, beanies, or other clothing that goes over your head until your doctor says it’s OK.”
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  • Do not comb or brush your new hair for 3 weeks.
  • Do not wash your hair for at least 3 days after surgery.
  • Do not use hats or clothing to cover your scalp early after surgery.
  • Once you start washing your hair, stick to gentle and unscented shampoos.

Do not Comb

Do Not Use Comb

Do not wear hats

Do Not Wear Hats

Use unscented shampoos

Use Gentle Shampoo

Don’t Panic. Stay Calm!

You may shed some original hair where new hair follicles are transplanted.

It is called shock loss which is temporary and completely normal.[18]WebMD
Hair Transplants: What to Expect
“It’s also possible to suddenly lose some of the original hair in the area where you got the new strands, called shock loss. But most of the time, it’s not permanent.”
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Are There Any Complications After a Hair Transplant?

Although rare, hair transplant in Mexico has minor side effects. They are:[19]Healthline
Hair Transplants and Treatment
“Side effects from a hair transplant are usually minor and clear up within a few weeks. They can include: bleeding…infection…swelling of the scalp…bruising around the eyes”
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  • Itching
  • Bleeding
  • Scalp swelling
  • Bruises around eyes
  • Inflammation or infection of hair follicles (folliculitis)

“Are hair transplants in Mexico safe?” If you’re asking this question, we have the answers you need.

Keep reading for more information.

Is It Safe To Get a Hair Transplant in Mexico?

The safety of hair transplant in Mexico depends on the hair transplant doctor and surgery center you choose.

MTC partner Neopel Clinic in Mexico is the best place for hair transplant in Mexico.

The doctors here are highly skilled. They:

  • Have over 20+ years of experience
  • Performed over 2000+ successful hair transplant surgeries
  • Are members of ISHRS and the World Institute of FUE

Further, they use the latest equipment, like the WAW system and MAMBA machine.

This allows careful selection and extraction of viable hair follicles.

Furthermore, the clinic allows technicians and nurses to assist with the procedure only.

Dr. Miguel will extract the implants.

And Dr. Hernandez will implant the hair follicles on the receptor site.

It is done under highly sterile conditions with utmost safety precautions.

So, you are in a safe hands here at our partner clinic in Mexico.

Ready to plan your trip for a hair transplant in Mexico? Let’s dive into the travel details.

Complete Travel Guide to Mexico for a Hair Transplant

Tijuana, Mexico offers great tourism experience with its blend of culture and exquisite cuisine.
A memorable trip in Tijuana

Playa de Tijuana, Mexico

Knowing the visa and passport requirements before planning your trip can avoid last-minute hassles.

Visa and Passport

The good news is that Mexico holds visa exemption for:

  • Americans
  • Canadians
  • Australians
  • Citizens of some European countries like the UK, France, and Germany

Note that the list doesn’t end here. Check out what applies to your nationality by clicking here.

If you are a citizen from one of the visa-exempted nations, you may stay for up to 180 days.

However, you will need a passport with more than 6 months validity.

In addition, obtain FMM at the airport or entry port. You will be asked to produce it while departing from Mexico.

So keep it safe during your stay!

Remember, you need to show hotel reservation proofs and return tickets at the entry port.

Source: Relaciones Exteriores[20]Relaciones Exteriores
Visa exemption
“Foreign nationals exempted from visa to travel to Mexico as non-lucrative visitors …for a stay up to 180 days…A valid passport with more than six months of validity…A properly completed Multiple Migratory Form (FMM)…Remember to keep the FMM …will be asked for it at your departure from Mexico. Hotel reservation, and return tickets”
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Tijuana, Mexico

Tijuana, Mexico

Curious about Tijuana travel details? Keep scrolling further for more information.

How To Reach?

Neopel Clinic in Mexico is conveniently situated near the US-Mexican border in Tijuana.

The clinic is just 3.1 miles from Ready Lane San Ysidro Mex Border Crossing Station.

It would take 11 minutes to drive to the clinic from here.

Drive time between Clinic and US cities
City Distance Driving time
San Diego 19.2 miles 23 min
Los Angeles 137 miles 2 hr 8 min
Las Vegas 347 miles 5 hr 20 min
San Jose (California) 476 miles 7 hr 39 min
#Driving times are approximate and may differ.

Alternatively, you can fly to Tijuana International Airport (IATA: TIJ), just 5 miles from Neopel Clinic.

The clinic offers complimentary transport for a 15-minute drive from the airport.

Tijuana International Airport has flight connections to many major US cities.

Flying time from major US airports and TIJ
City (IATA code) Flying time
Dallas (DFW) 8 hr 40 min (one stop)
Chicago (ORD) 9 hr 56 min (one stop)
Washington (BWI) 15 hr 46 min (two stops)
Canada (YYZ) 12 hr 25 min (one stop)
#Flying times are approximate and may differ.

Things To Do in Tijuana, Mexico

While you are here, take a moment to admire the Tijuana Arch.

Make sure you explore the Tijuana Cultural Center.

It’s a cultural hotspot with theater, art gallery, IMAX, Cinetheque, bookstore, aquarium, lectures, and even cafes.

And don’t miss out on the wax artworks at the Museo de Cera Tijuana.

Tijuana Arch

Tijuana Arch

Tijuana Cultural Center

Tijuana Cultural Center

Savour Mexican cuisine!

Mexican dishes are famous for their authentic flavors and indigenous spices.

While in Tijuana, feast your taste buds with the traditional Mexican dishes.



Mexican Tacos





Is Mexico good for hair transplant?

Choosing Mexico for a hair transplant is a good option.

It offers several advantages.

You can save up to 76% while getting treated by Mexico’s top hair transplant doctors.

Hair transplant in Mexico prices are affordable.

Plus they include a one-night hotel stay and airport transport.

In addition, you will experience excellent results as the doctors use advanced and highly precise technology.

Additionally, the doctors are fluent in English, so you can easily convey your aesthetic concerns.

What is the best hair transplant in Mexico?

MTC’s partner, Neopel Clinic, offers the best hair transplant in Mexico.

The clinic offers minimally invasive hair transplant surgeries.

You can expect definite results as the clinic delivered satisfactory results to nearly 2000+ patients.

How much are hair transplants in Mexico?

The average cost of hair transplant surgery in Mexico varies depending on the procedure.

For example, an FUT costs $4,500, and an FUE costs $5,400 in Mexico.

Hair transplant in Mexico cost is quite reasonable.

You can save up to 76% on hair transplant cost Tijuana, Mexico.

Is hair transplant in Mexico painful?

You will be administered local anesthesia for a hair transplant in Mexico.

The pain and discomfort are minimal and tolerable.

After transplant surgery, you will be prescribed pain medication.

Can I get donor hair from someone else for a hair transplant in Mexico?

The hair grafts will be harvested from the patient’s scalp to prevent graft rejection and transplant failure.


A hair transplant in Mexico will help you achieve your dream look without burning a hole in your pocket!

You’ll receive treatment at a top hospital under the care of experienced doctors.

In addition, you’ll enjoy a complimentary hotel stay and transportation as part of the package.

Why hesitate when you can have the best of it all? Flaunt your new hair with confidence. It’s time to shine.

Contact us and take that step toward a happier you.


  1. Reader’s Digest: Medical Myth: Bald men have more testosterone
  2. The Hair Loss Society: Hair Loss Statistics
  3. Harvard Health Publishing: Hair Loss
  4. WebMD: Hair Transplants: What to Expect
  5. Medical News Today: Causes and treatments for thinning hair
  6. NCBI: Is Every Patient of Hair Loss a Candidate for Hair Transplant?
  7. Healthline: What Is the Norwood Scale?
  8. Healthline: Hair Transplants and Treatment
  9. Better Health Channel: Hair transplant surgery
  10. NCBI: Hair Transplantation
  11. Springer Link: Hair Transplantation
  12. Healthline: Everything to Know About a FUE Hair Transplant
  13. Relaciones Exteriores: Visa Exemption
  14. Healthline: Are Hair Transplant Scars Permanent, or Can They Be Removed?

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