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MEDICAL TOURISM

Greece: The Silicon Valley of Hair Restoration

We offer revolutionary hairloss treatments for male and female pattern alopecia. 100% Natural Results for Lifetime! Seneca Medical Group offers a unique patient experience every time. Our highly trained and certified specialists will design and perform a customised treatment plan according to your needs. Thousands of patients travel to Greece: The Silicon Valley of Hair Restoration, to restore their hair loss problem.

ONLINE DIAGNOSIS

The Direct FUE Technique

Only by doctors

Years of experience

Personalised treatment

Accommodation & transfer

After Care

Direct FUE Technique

In Seneca Medical Group with the Direct FUE Technique the hair follicles are implanted one by one directly into the thinning area. We have created and developed a range of tools which leave no visible scars behind with diameter equal or less than 1 mm. During the implantation we use a specially designed tool, the implanter which allows a full control of the depth, direction, and angle of each graft. Τhe Direct FUE technique guarantees an 100% natural result.

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The process

The entire procedure is performed only by doctors, (not assistants/technicians), trained and certified by Seneca Research & Training Center and under strict quality standardisation protocols that we have set to ensure great results every time.

1st step
Diagnosis & introduction to the team

2nd step
PERSONALISED TREATMENT PLAN

3nd step
Extraction phase

4th step
Implantation phase

Treatments

At SENECA, medical specialists perform the most innovative hair restoration treatments under strict protocols. Our aim is to offer the final solution to your hair loss problem.

Results

Thousands of patients have trusted us to change their lives, and the results speaks for themselves. We change people’s lives and we bring their lost confidence back.

Testimonials of our clients

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Treatment package

At Seneca, the all-inclusive hair transplant packages start from as low as 1.500€ and include:

VIP TRANSFER

Throughout your stay, to and from the airport, hotel and clinic.

ACCOMMODATION

In a 4-star hotel near the clinic.

DIAGNOSIS

In-depth examination of the patient’s requirements, as well as measurement of the density of the donor and recipient areas.

HAIR TRANSPLANT

100% natural result that will last for a lifetime. A PRP application is included that stimulates hair growth and delays further thinning.

Explore the Cities

Athens

Acropolis

The Acropolis is the most important ancient site in the Western world. Crowned by the Parthenon, it stands sentinel over Athens, visible from almost everywhere within the city. Its monuments and sanctuaries of white Pentelic marble gleam in the midday sun and gradually take on a honey hue as the sun sinks, while at night they stand brilliantly illuminated above the city. A glimpse of this magnificent sight cannot fail to exalt your spirit.

Ancient Agora

The Agora was ancient Athens’ heart, the lively hub of administrative, commercial, political and social activity. Socrates expounded his philosophy here; in AD 49 St Paul came here to win converts to Christianity. The site today is a lush respite, home to the grand Temple of Hephaistos, a good museum and the 11th-century Byzantine Church of the Holy Apostles, trimmed in brick patterns that mimic Arabic calligraphy. The greenery harbours birds and lizards. Allow about two hours to see everything.

Panathenaic Stadium

With its serried rows of white Pentelic marble seats built into a ravine next to Ardettos Hill, this ancient-turned-modern stadium is a draw both for lovers of classical architecture and sports fans who can imagine the roar of the crowds from millennia past. A ticket gets you an audio tour, admission to a tiny exhibit on the modern Olympics (mainly eye-candy games posters) and the opportunity to take your photo on a winners’ pedestal.

The Plaka

The Plaka is the oldest section of Athens. Most of the streets have been closed to automobile traffic, though you should still keep a watchful eye for a speeding motorcycle or delivery truck. At one time it was the nightclub district, but most of these closed down when the government outlawed amplified music in the neighborhood in the seventies in an effort to get rid of undesirables. The strategy was very successful and it is now an area of restaurants, Jewelry stores tourist shops, and cafes. Though it is quite commercialized it is still a neighborhood and arguably the nicest neighborhood in central Athens. Most of the restaurants are typical tourist places but the quality of food is not bad in some of them and if you follow my leads in the restaurant section of this guide you should have a few enjoyable evenings and not be unpleasantly surprised by the bill or wake up with a gastro-intestinal disorder on the day you were supposed to visit the Acropolis.

Acropolis Museum

This dazzling museum at the foot of the Acropolis’ southern slope showcases its surviving treasures. The collection covers the Archaic period to the Roman one, but the emphasis is on the Acropolis of the 5th century BC, considered the apotheosis of Greece’s artistic achievement. The museum reveals layers of history – from ancient ruins beneath the building, to the Acropolis itself, always visible above through floor-to-ceiling windows. The good-value restaurant has superb views.

National Archaeological Museum

Housing the world’s finest collection of Greek antiquities in an enormous neoclassical building, this museum is one of Athens’ top attractions. Treasures offering a view of Greek art and history – dating from the Neolithic era to Classical periods, including the Ptolemaic era in Egypt – include exquisite sculptures, pottery, jewellery, frescoes and artefacts found throughout Greece. The beautifully presented exhibits are displayed mainly thematically.

Byzantine & Christian Museum

This outstanding museum, based in the 1848 Villa Ilissia, offers exhibition halls, most of them underground, crammed with religious art. The exhibits go chronologically, charting the gradual and fascinating shift from ancient traditions to Christian ones, and the flourishing of a distinctive Byzantine style. Of course there are icons, but also delicate frescoes (some salvaged from a church and installed on floating panels) and more personal remnants of daily life.

Thessaloniki

White Tower

The White Tower of Thessaloniki is a monument and museum of the waterfront of the city of Thessaloniki, capital of the Region of Macedonia in Northern Greece. The White Tower was substantially remodeled and its exterior was whitewashed after Greece gained control of the city in 1912. It has been adopted as a symbol of the city.

Monument of Alexander the Great

In the area of Nea Paralia, one of the most popular, full of energy places of Thessaloniki you’ll find the monument of one and the most famous and influential personalities of all times. A person that created a legent still heard until today. This is the monument of Alexander the 3rd, known as “Alexander the Great”.

Castles of Thessaloniki

The Castle of Thessaloniki, also known as Heptapyrgion or Yedi Kule, is located on a hill above the Old Town (Ano Poli). Its location gives gorgeous views to the city, the port, and the Aegean Sea. The Castle of Thessaloniki was built on the spot of the ancient Acropolis, founded by Cassander in 316 B.C. The walls of the castle, that are still visible today, date from the 4th century A.D. when the Byzantine emperor Theodosius I fortified the town.

Ladadika

Ladadika is one of the oldest and the most vivid districts of Thessaloniki, which is incredibly popular not only among locals but also among city visitors. A pedestrianised area with great number of different small restaurants, cafes, taverns and clubs efficiently combines the genius of antiquity and the rhythm of modern time.

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Thousands of patients have trusted us so far for one of the biggest changes in their lives, and the result justifies them.