We are proud to announce that DHI Scotland is becoming SENECA.
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At Seneca, our patient’s safety and success are of utmost importance. With this as our top priority, we have attracted patients from all over the world and gained their trust through our procedures’ consistent and incomparable quality.

Hair transplantation is an innovative medical procedure that, when performed by certified physicians in the field, gives a permanent solution to hair loss. It improves not only the patient’s appearance but their self-confidence as well. By contrast, a failed hair transplant exaggerates the problem by only providing a temporary solution, at best. While the initial investment might seem quite low, the long-term effects of having to reinvest and the burden of frustration are far more detrimental to the patient’s overall well-being.

In each of our Seneca centres, hair transplants are performed exclusively by experienced and certified doctors trained at the Seneca Training & Research Centre, and under strict Seneca Quality Standardization Protocols. We believe that each and every hair transplant session worldwide should be performed by a doctor specifically trained and certified in hair restoration, no exceptions. Unfortunately, this standard is not upheld in most clinics and beauty centres, which claim to carry out similar sessions to ours, but with staff that do not have the experience or certification and, in some cases, have no medical background whatsoever. This misleading information is the primary cause for concern now for every potential client. Having seen so many botched results and heard so many horror stories, they aren’t sure who to trust, especially when everyone’s stories sound the same.

During the recent meeting of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) held in Las Vegas, the slogan and main topic were, in fact, this very need for hair transplants to no longer be performed by technicians or specialists, but only by doctors. We were thrilled to hear this, but curious as to why now? Why has it taken so long for this to become a mandatory standard in our industry?

What ISHRS is becoming aware of only now is not news at Seneca- only confirmation. This is a practice we established 15 years ago and have upheld ever since. We were the first medical organization worldwide to acknowledge the necessity for this procedure to be performed only by experienced doctors, specifically trained and certified in hair restoration, and to make this our standard.

Thinning hair can have such an impact on a person, it can cause stress, anxiety and loss of self-esteem, making you feel like you’d do anything to remedy the situation. Making a rash decision on a hair transplant can have diabolical consequences for a number of reasons. Firstly, the result can be unnatural looking, you may have a low follicle survival rate and worse still, so much damage can be done to the donor area that corrective surgery may not be a possibility. 

Making the right decision on your hair transplant provider from the beginning is so important – to get a natural-looking result and to protect the donor area from trauma. In this article, we explain the difference between FUT, FUE and the Direct FUE methods and why Direct FUE stand head and shoulders above the industry in terms of process, quality and results.

Different Methods Explained

A hair transplant involves taking healthy hair follicles (from an area resistant to balding) and implanting them into the treatment area. Both the extraction phase and implantation phase are equally important. The key difference between FUT and FUE techniques are how the donor hair follicles are extracted. We explain below:

FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant)

FUT is one traditional technique where a long thin strip of scalp is removed, typically from lower down on the back of the head. The hair follicles are then divided into single units under a microscope.

The scalp from where the strip was removed is then sewn back together. It is a cheaper form of hair transplant as the extraction phase is quicker than alternative techniques, however, it leaves a significant scar that can be seen under short hair and if you are prone to keloid scarring, it can cause a very noticeable scar where the strip was removed.

FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) 

FUE is another traditional technique where a punch is used to make a small circular cut in the skin around a hair follicle or group of follicles, removing them from the scalp, and leaving a small open hole.

The process is repeated until the surgeon has enough follicles to cover the treatment area. The holes heal to tiny white scars throughout the donor area and can be undetectable depending on the skill of the surgeon. These scars heal quicker and are less visible than FUT.

Direct FUE

The extraction on Direct FUE could be referred to as a micro-FUE as it doesn’t involve cutting into patients skin and only punches with a diameter of 1mm or less are used to extract hairs one by one from the donor area. This minimally invasive extraction is always done 100% by a certified surgeon ensuring consistency and high quality.

With both the FUT and FUE options, follicles are implanted the same way, by creating reception holes in the treatment area and placing the hair follicles into the holes with forceps, allowing little control over the angle, direction and depth. Implantation is normally done by technicians, not by a surgeon. With these traditional techniques, the focus is on how many follicles are extracted and little or no emphasis on follicle survival rate after implantation, which is crucial.

With the Direct FUE Technique, each follicle is separately placed directly in the affected area with the implanter, the specially designed tool for hair transplant and hair loss treatment.  With the implanter, doctors can control the depth, direction and angle in, which each graft is placed. Thus, the new hair does not fall, the grafts live longer and the final look is 100% natural. Direct FUE implantation of hair follicles with the implanter provides a natural look, without cuts or scars on the affected area.

The Direct FUE hair transplant technique is a tested and standardised method, which takes the best approach in every step of the procedure to ensure maximum patient comfort, no scarring and 100% natural-looking results. We, at Seneca we are so confident in our technique that we guarantee natural results.

What makes the Direct FUE Technique Superior?

1) Procedures are done by a Seneca Certified Doctor, not technicians 

2) Minimum handling of hair follicles results in a high survival rate 

3) Patented technique – the most delicate hair transplant method 

4) HypothermosolTM

5) Natural results GUARANTEED 

How much does a hair transplant cost?

When it comes to hair transplants, many people assume that they should base the cost on the number of grafts (hair follicles) to be extracted and implanted. The larger the number of grafts, the better value for money, right? Wrong. Older style hair transplant techniques require more of your precious donor hair follicles to be harvested. Using the correct technique allows for fewer follicles needed to achieve the desired result and caring for the donor area to allow for a future transplant if required is the priority. Too frequently, we have seen patients come to Seneca following a botched procedure with little to no option for a remedial procedure due to the damage inflicted or the “over harvesting” of the donor area.

Cheap hair transplants can have serious consequences for a variety of reasons. You can get a low price per graft but you will probably have a low follicle survival rate, so if you have a survival rate of 25-30%, then you will eventually make a very expensive hair transplant. Seneca is constantly achieving over 95% survival rate against other clinics ranging from 60-75%.

Hair loss – alopecia treatments at Seneca pricing start from £300 and Direct FUE from £2,500. The exact cost depends on the needs and the expectations of the patient. 

Seneca Medical Group is a European leader in hair loss treatment and hair transplantation. With 35 years of experience, the most modern and well-equipped clinics in Scotland and Greece, and its highly specialised and knowledgeable team of experts, Seneca is a game changer in the field of hair restoration. The group is responsible for transforming thousands of lives across Europe.

The success of Seneca Medical Group is reflected in its steady expansion, with new Seneca clinics set to open in the UK, the Netherlands, France, and additional cities in Greece within the year.

It is also evident in the numerous awards Seneca has received for the treatment of hair loss over the years beginning in 2018 – both for their scientific developments and efficiency on an international level, as well as the impressive execution of their business model.

These include the International Business Excellence Award, one of the most prestigious business awards in the world, the Business Excellence Award from the World Confederation of Businesses’ Bizz Awards with a presence in 130 countries, the Best Hair Clinic Award, and the International Hair Clinic of the Year at the esteemed IMTJ Medical Travel Awards, the European Business Award, and the Patient Service Award each year from WhatClinic.com.

HeraldScotland:

The Seneca Medical Group clinic in Thessaloniki was declared one of the top health care providers in the city with a score of 9.5 out of 10 by the Eagles of Health team. After screening almost four million pages on the internet and with over 2.1 million ratings from trusted followers, their team evaluated a total of 58,121 health care companies with Seneca Medical Group’s ranking landing in the top tier. Seneca Medical Group takes great pride in this recognition as it demonstrates the extent to which Seneca has earned the trust of the public.

HeraldScotland:

This year, Seneca is also proud to be shortlisted for the 4th Scottish Beauty Industry Awards in the Hair Loss Clinic of the Year Category, where a diverse range of accolades will be presented to the most prestigious companies that improve our confidence through aesthetic enhancement, deliver exceptional customer service, and uphold the highest standards in their clinics and practices.

A spokesperson for The Scottish Beauty Industry Awards 2022 said: “The awards will highlight the talented professionals who have shown great passion, commitment and innovation in the beauty industry and often don’t get the recognition they deserve.”

HeraldScotland:

Glasgow
15 Royal Crescent, Glasgow G3 7SL
+44 141 332 1745

Edinburgh
30 Melville St, EH3 7HA
+44 131 297 7299

www.senecamd.com

SENECA MEDICAL GROUP

source: https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/20218559.award-winning-leader-hair-loss-treatment/

The production of hair is not continuous but cyclic. The growth phase (Anagen) is succeeded through a transitional phase of regression (Catagen), by the rest phase (Telogen), and the cycle is preserved. During the relatively long Anagen phase (which lasts for 1,000 days, i.e. 2- 5 years), the matrix cells divide, become keratinized and hair is produced. The Catagen phase lasts for about 2-3 weeks and is practically unimportant. During the Telogen phase, which lasts for several months, the cell division stops, hair growth ceases, and the attachment of the hair to the base of the follicle becomes progressively weaker. Finally, as a result of ordinary traction, whether that be from combing, washing, its own weight, or a push by a new, growing hair, the old hair is eventually shed and discarded.

In most mammals, the cycles of follicular activity in each region of the body are synchronized, and waves of growth radiate from one or more centres. In humans, follicular activity has a mosaic pattern (dyssynchronous), with neighbouring follicles being at different stages of the hair growth cycle. At any given moment in time, roughly 90% of the terminal hair is in a growing phase and the other 10% is resting.

On average, 100 hairs are physiologically shed on a daily basis throughout the human scalp, at random. Certain common events can alter this shedding. For example, during pregnancy more follicles are maintained in the growing phase and there is less shedding than usual. After delivery, about 30% of the follicles simultaneously go into the resting phase, causing a temporary, self-correcting, profuse shedding generally about 3 months postpartum. A prolonged febrile episode induces an increase in telogen, with a period of shedding noticeably about 3-12 weeks later.

Finally, the hair cycle is also subject to chronological influences. During the autumn months, daily hair shedding may double, while there is diminished shedding in the spring. Both the duration of hair growth and the daily growth rate are greater in summer than in winter. The study of the hair cycle attitude is attainable today with the microscope.

This laboratory test, the Trichogramma, gives significant information on the diagnosis of hair loss. Consequently, we can summarize that the hair cycle consists of three phases, which have the following characteristics:

The Anagen Phase – Growth Phase

The Catagen Phase – Transitional phase

The Telogen Phase – Resting phase

Hair loss can occur at any age, and it can be due to a variety of factors – heredity, anxiety, infections or skin disorders, medication, poor diet, etc. Whichever the cause, hair loss is, for both men and women, an unpleasant phenomenon, affecting not only their physical appearance but also their self-confidence. 

Although seeking a solution can be quite stressful, there is some good news. Glasgow and Edinburgh are home to some of the most well-equipped clinics for hair loss treatments and hair transplantations in Europe.

With 35 years of experience and thousands of people trusting the Seneca Medical Group for this significant transformation in their lives, the clinics of Seneca are a real game changer in hair loss treatment, providing top-quality results at an affordable cost.

Seneca Medical Group may be a new name, but one with a great history. The Seneca team with their extensive experience and knowledge of the most modern and effective methods will help you achieve the best result. 

The main philosophy of the Seneca team is the personalised treatment of each case, and this is achieved through the Total Care system. This is a complete system of diagnosis and treatment that allows each patient to receive the most appropriate treatment according to their needs.

Thanks to the trained and certified staff and the most advanced systems available at the Seneca clinics in Scotland, patients have at their disposal, at every stage of treatment, the most appropriate and personalised care. So, if you are worried about hair loss, do not hesitate. Contact the Seneca team and book an appointment at one of the clinics in Glasgow or Edinburgh.  

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Why choose Seneca?

The Seneca team has 35 years of experience in the field of hair loss treatment with thousands of people from all over the world have trusted them for this significant change in their lives. 

The group are very proud of the brand-new clinic in Athens – the biggest hair loss treatment clinic in Europe. Seneca’s clinics in Scotland (Glasgow and Edinburgh) are just as well equipped. It’s no surprise then, that the group is constantly growing as in 2022 new Seneca clinics are expected to (open/start) in the UK and The Netherlands.

In the clinics, the group use the most modern and innovative treatments, performed exclusively by specialists and under the strictest protocols with the aim of a permanent solution to hair loss. Seneca’s core philosophy is the Total Care System, a comprehensive system for the diagnosis and treatment of hair loss that ensures the most personalised approach to each patient.

Accurate diagnosis is the most important to Seneca. It should be noted that two out of three people treated for hair loss have not received a proper diagnosis beforehand. At Seneca, they provide a unique patient experience to everyone, whether it is about the diagnosis or treatment.

When it comes to hair transplantation, at Seneca they have developed the Direct FUE method, an evolution of the “traditional” FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) method. In the traditional FUE technique, the hair follicles are implanted creating hole-force ups in the receiving area and placed with forceps, allowing little control in handling. This leads to a greater injury of the recipient area, and a greater chance of abuse of the hair follicles but also to a rather abnormal result. 

In contrast, with the Direct FUE, each hair follicle is placed separately and directly on the affected area with the Implanter, a specially designed tool that allows the doctor to control the depth, direction and angle of placement of each implant. This ensures a 100% dense, natural, aesthetically pleasing and permanent result without creating holes or cracks. Therefore, anyone who is worried about hair loss, should talk to Seneca Medical Group and arrange an appointment at one of the clinics below.

Glasgow 
15 Royal Crescent, Glasgow G3 7SL
+44 141 332 1745

Edinburgh 
30 Melville St, EH3 7HA
+44 131 297 7299

WHETHER you are male or female, young or old, hair loss can have an adverse effect on your life. Help is at hand, however –  Seneca Medical Group, with a clinic in Glasgow and a diagnostic centre in Edinburgh, is here to solve the problem using the latest technology and procedures.

Have you noticed that your hair starting to thin or has it become more intense recently? Thinking of a hair transplant, but something stops you? Is it because you are not properly informed? 

This is where Seneca Medical Group comes in to allay your fears. 

Hair loss and thinning follicles affect men and women, who might not only feel that such loss is slightly aesthetically but are also emotionally affected, leaving many struggling to come to terms with their hair loss.

Certainly, proper information and knowledge on the subject is necessary  – and when it comes to hair transplants, Seneca has 35 years of experience – with its doctors and technicians having performed countless hair transplantations across Europe. 

Seneca Medical Group clinics can permanently improve the amount of hair you possess and its texture. 

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With extensive research, methodical diagnosis and effective treatment, the firm prides itself on innovation and employing the latest breakthroughs in the industry – having invested in state-of-the-art facilities and innovative hair treatments in order to solve the problem of hair loss in all affected areas, from head to body.

Seneca Medical Group’s innovative non-invasive hair consultation allows for real-time analysis technology that immediately pinpoints the key assessment areas for hair loss treatment. 

Following any recommended treatments, the progress and success of these can then be assessed and shown to the patients using advanced software.
Seneca Medical Group also utilises the latest camera technology for unrivalled image quality and better results.

This involves a high-edge photo booth with a custom background, a circular LED lamp to regulate the lighting environment and foot markers so that each shot captures the same exact distance and patient positioning.

Seneca Medical Group also uses the most advanced online diagnostic systems, simplifying the patient intake process and making digital data collection easy by using simple online patient forms.

The Seneca Direct FUE hair transplant system uses healthy hair follicles, which are implanted one by one directly into the thinning area.

The clinic only chooses and transplants healthy hair follicles from the donor area of the head or other parts of the body, which will then grow naturally for a lifetime. 

The entire procedure is performed only by doctors trained and certified by Seneca Training & Research Centre, and under strict Seneca Quality Standardization Protocols, to ensure great results every time.

With a special tool, the Implanter, Seneca Medical Group can completely control the direction, depth and angle of placement of each hair follicle. 

The transplanted hairs continue to grow for a lifetime and do not fall out, resulting in an absolutely natural result.

GLASGOW
15 Royal Crescent, G3 7SL
0141 332 1745

EDINBURGH
30 Melville Street, EH3 7HA
0131 297 7299

www.senecamd.com

Suffering from hair loss? Then Seneca Medical Group, with clinics and diagnostic centres in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Athens and Thessaloniki, is here to solve the problem using the latest technology and procedures.

Have you noticed that your hair starting to thin? Has it become more intense recently? Thinking of a hair transplant, but something stops you? Is it because you are not properly informed? This is where Seneca Medical Group comes in to allay your fears. Hair loss and thinning follicles affect men and women, who might not only feel that such loss is unsightly aesthetically but are also emotionally impacted, leaving many struggling to come to terms with their hair loss.

Certainly, proper information and knowledge on the subject is necessary – and when it comes to hair transplants, Seneca has 35 years of experience – with its doctors and technicians having performed countless hair transplantations across Europe. Seneca Medical Group clinics can permanently improve the amount of hair you possess and its texture.

With extensive research, methodical diagnosis and effective treatment, the firm prides itself on innovation and employing the latest breakthroughs in the industry – having invested in state-of-the-art facilities and innovative hair treatments in order to solve the problem of hair loss in all affected areas, from head to body.

Seneca Medical Group’s innovative noninvasive hair consultation allows for real-time analysis technology that immediately pinpoints the key assessment areas for hair loss treatment. Following any recommended treatments, the progress and success of these can then be assessed and shown to the patients using advanced software. Seneca Medical Group also utilises the latest camera technology for unrivalled image quality and better results.

This involves a high-edge photo booth with a custom background, a circular LED lamp to regulate the lighting environment and foot markers so that each shot captures the same exact distance and patient positioning. Seneca Medical Group also uses the most advanced online diagnostic systems, simplifying the patient intake process and making digital data collection easy by using simple online patient forms.

The Seneca Direct FUE hair transplant system uses healthy hair follicles, which are implanted one by one directly to the thinning area. The clinic only chooses and transplants healthy hair follicles from the donor area of the head or other parts of the body, which will then grow naturally for a lifetime.

The entire procedure is performed only by doctors trained and certified by Seneca Training & Research Centre, and under strict Seneca Quality Standardization Protocols, to ensure great results every time.

With a special tool, the Implanter, Seneca Medical Group can completely control the direction, depth and angle of placement of each hair follicle. The transplanted hairs continue to grow for a lifetime and do not fall out, resulting in an absolutely natural result. 

GLASGOW
15 Royal Crescent, G3 7SL
0141 332 1745

EDINBURGH
30 Melville Street, EH3 7HA
0131 297 7299

ATHENS
2 MESOGION, 11527
+302106108022

THESSALONIKI
37 AGIAS SOFIAS, 54623
+302310224693

www.senecamd.com

“How many grafts do I need?” is just one of the many questions we get asked in hair restoration consultations. Most people do their research before they come into the clinic and already have an idea about how many grafts they “need” to achieve a good hair transplant, with a “good” hair transplant meaning a dense and natural-looking result.

We’ll explain why trying to calculate the number of grafts you will need from the information you find online can be deceiving and the science behind calculating the number of grafts that you actually need.

First Step: Hair Loss Assessment

The first step to finding out the correct number of grafts that you, as an individual, will need for a hair transplant with the correct density and 100% natural results, is to have a diagnosis appointment with a hair loss expert. During your diagnosis appointment, your scalp and hair will be assessed. Those with thicker hair may require fewer grafts to achieve the desired result. The extent of your hair loss will be measured, your medical history will be considered and a proper diagnosis for your hair loss will be made. To classify the extent of hair loss, the Norwood Scale (image below) is used.

norwood scale
Norwood Scale for men

With all of this information, a correct calculation for the number of grafts needed to achieve your desired result will be done. BUT, this number will be different for every clinic you visit. WHY? Because survival rates vary greatly between clinics and those with poor survival rates will increase the number of grafts needed to make up for it. Would you want to pay for 5000+ grafts when 10-50% of them don’t survive?

Consultation

The Seneca difference

Seneca Total Care is an integrated system for the diagnosis and treatment of hair loss, which provides every patient with an effective and accurate solution based on each needs. Seneca’s state-of-the-art diagnostic systems and our team of specialists prepare and present a fully personalized treatment. In the final stage of diagnosis, the members of the scientific team of Seneca Medical Group study and approve each treatment plan separately and the patient enjoys a fully scientific and personalized experience.

SENECA Direct FUE hair transplant system uses healthy hair follicles, which are implanted one by one directly into the thinning area. We only choose and transplant healthy hair follicles from the donor area of the head or other parts of the body, which are genetically designed to grow for a lifetime. The entire procedure is performed only by doctors trained and certified by Seneca Training & Research Centre, and under strict Seneca Quality Standardization Protocols, to ensure great results every time.

With a special tool, the Implanter, we can control completely the direction, depth, and angle of placement of each hair follicle. After that, the hair follicles follow their normal course of life and grow naturally.

The transplanted hairs continue to grow for a lifetime and do not fall out, resulting in an absolutely natural result.

A hair transplant is a specialized medical procedure which requires the skill and expertise of a physician trained and certified in hair restoration. This is the only way to guarantee the patient’s safety and the outcome of the procedure.

Countless patients find their way to us in search of repair for the botched results they’ve received by entrusting the procedure to other clinics, that do not abide by these standards. A recent example comes from a patient who had not one, but two failed transplants in Europe and Turkey before discovering Seneca.

The description of his time at an Istanbul clinic is a patient’s worst nightmare.

“I previously had an implantation of synthetic hair done in Europe and was ashamed of the results.  I made the decision to travel to Turkey to try and fix the damage. What I lived there, I will never forget.  Before I made the arrangements, I had been assured that the hair transplant was performed only by doctors. I realized quickly upon arrival that nothing could be further from the truth though. I felt a sense of panic and dread in the pit of my stomach. I asked the nurses several times if the doctor could please see me himself, but this request was repeatedly ignored. It didn’t take long to realize that whoever was performing the transplant had no idea what was going on with my head. It felt like he was improvising as he went along. I started screaming—I couldn’t help it. This seemed to be the only thing that got the nurses to pay attention to me. They finally yelled for the doctor to come quickly. When he arrived, he approached me, pulled a pack of cigarettes from his pocket, and offered me one to help me relax.  I couldn’t believe this was happening!  There was no doubt this was an amateur I was dealing with and I had been completely misled. I just wanted it to be over and get out of there before my health was compromised any further. I am yet another victim of an unprofessional hair transplant which ended in tragedy in Turkey. ”

The Seneca Medical Group held a two-day repair and rehabilitation session for this unlucky patient to fix the tragic results of his synthetic hair implantation. He was immensely relieved to find himself in the hands of experts, finally, and was thoroughly satisfied with his experience and the journey to Athens.

We’re proud to share yet another milestone achievement: the WhatClinic Patient Service Award for 2020.

We’ve earned a WhatClinic Patient Service Award for 2020, a prize which recognises “clinics which demonstrate a clear and measurable commitment to patient service.” It is based on excellence ratings from healthcare search engine WhatClinic.

Winners need to demonstrate commitment to patient care over a whole year, and also receive exceptional feedback and reviews from potential and existing patients.

Seneca Thessaloniki, which was founded in 2013, has already been widely recognised across the industry, previously winning the International Business Excellence Awards 2018.

Here’s to another year of cutting-edge hair restoration! #WhatClinicAwards2020

Media worldwide are praising the Greek government for its handling of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, as it remains among the few countries in the world with low infection and death rates.

Greece reported a total of 182 Covid-19-related deaths and 3.049 confirmed cases of infection last night.

Greece was among the countries to immediately impose restrictive measures including shutting down schools, cancelling public events and closing down spaces, enforcing social distancing and imposing a strict stay-at-home order.

Reports add that Greece has also contained the spread of the virus significantly compared to European countries such as Belgium, Portugal and the Netherlands.

Summer holidays in Greece 2020

Greece is on the list of eight countries where one can enjoy their summer holidays this year without the fear of the coronavirus, as the German newspaper Bild reports.

“The first country I’ll visit after coronavirus? There’s no contest” The Telegraph’s digital travel editor, Oliver Smith, intends to visit when the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis ends. In his article, Smith refers to Greece’s beauties and special features as Greece aims to welcome tourists in July.

“To manage the Covid-19 crisis, look to Greece” The Guardian, “Greece has been a coronavirus success.” Washington Post, ‘’Greece Shows How to Handle the Crisis” Bloomberg and many other media praise Greece’s quick actions to impose lockdowns.

Described as a “noticeable – and perhaps surprising – exception” and given Greece’s swift response to the coronavirus outbreak, “the country might be able to get back on its feet sooner than others”, the Bloomberg report concludes.

Travellers from 29 countries will be eligible to travel to Greece for non-essential purposes from June 15, after Hellenic authorities decided to open the borders for several EU and non-EU countries in which the rate of infections has decreased.

One more recognition for Seneca Thessaloniki as it has been awarded the Business Excellence Award in the world, THE BIZZ, for being a company leader that has consistently demonstrated business excellence in the Hair Restoration field.

BIZZ gathers and recognizes leading businesses from different regions that contribute to the daily growth of their local economy and the world economy. The criteria evaluated are Business Leadership, Management Systems, Quality of Products and/or Services, Business Creativity and Innovation, Corporate Social Responsibility, Achievements and Awards.

With a second world title for ‘’Business Excellence’’, Seneca Thessaloniki is best suited for an extremely successful year and starts in 2019 more vigorously than ever.

Seneca Scotland won the International Hair Clinic of the year award at the IMTJ Awards 2018.

The IMTJ Medical Travel Awards 2018 celebrate outstanding achievement, innovation and excellence in the medical travel, medical tourism and health tourism field worldwide. Unlike other awards in the sector, the IMTJ awards are judged by an independent panel of medical travel experts, chaired by IMTJ Managing Editor, Keith Pollard.

The awards ceremony was hosted in conjunction with the IMTJ Medical Travel Summit which took place in the Hellenic Motor Museum in Athens on May 23rd 2018.

The award, judged by a team of 21 judges from around the world, has further cemented the country’s position as the top leading medical tourism destination that provides top-notch and innovative healthcare services.

Judges looked for evidence of the numbers and type of patients treated, quality and range of services and patient satisfaction.

‘‘This award is a great accomplishment for Seneca Scotland. We are very proud to run the best hair transplant clinic for 2018.” said the Clinic Director, Mr George Kottaridis.

This is the second award for Seneca Scotland this year as 2 months ago was awarded the ‘’2018 Patient Service Award’’ for great customer service for the second year in a row by WhatClinic.com. Well done Seneca!

Seneca Thessaloniki was awarded the International Business Excellence Award in Dubai on April 24, 2018, for Well being and Health. With over 135 participants in 25 categories, Seneca Thessaloniki had to compete with 17 finalists in the most competitive category and managed to impress the judges with its resultsstrategic planning and innovation. The International Business Awards are among the world’s most recognized awards with 62 judges and hundreds of participants from all around the world. The Clinic Director, Mr George Kottaridis, received the award and promised faith and dedication to the Seneca vision and even bigger steps forward.