Why Choose Malta
Malta is where you can find some of the most impressive prehistoric sites dating older than Stonehenge in England and the Pyramids in Egypt. Juxtaposition to this is the very modern gateway, parliament building and open air auditorium in Valletta. These were designed by Renzo Piano who also boasts The Shard in London and The Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Old and new isn’t the only thing you find mixed together here. Cultures, cuisine and language can also be added to this wonderful melting pot.
English is our Second Language
As mentioned, Maltese (also known as Malti) is a melting pot. Some linguists believe for it to have originated when the Phoenicians occupied Malta. It is a mix of Arabic grammar and syntax but has with it influences of Sicilian, Italian, Spanish, French and English words. Up until the 1930s Italian was the official language. But do not worry if you are unable to speak either as, along with Maltese, English is also an official language here.
Sun, Sea, and Culture
Being a beautiful island in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, Malta’s seasons only really ever consists of hot summers and mild winters. There are no real shoulder seasons to speak of. Flooded with approximately 12 hours of sun in the summer and peak beach season lasting till mid to late October it is no surprise that Malta proves itself to be popular amongst sun-seekers. Team this with countless of beaches dotted around the island it is no surprise that Malta is consistently named in surveys as one of the best places to visit.
High Health-Care Standards
As with most countries, Malta’s healthcare system is made up of both a private and public sector. Both have reputations of giving an excellent level of care. In fact, Malta has been recognised by the World Health Organisation as offering some of the best healthcare in the world.
The rising cost of living, and more specifically healthcare, has forced many Western European patients to look elsewhere for medical treatment. Especially elective surgeries, not, or no longer covered by health insurance have seen massive growth in countries such as Thailand, Cyprus, and Turkey. Hair transplant is no exception.
In the battle for price-competition, many clinics have sacrificed standards and implemented short-cuts to get mediocre results, as cheap as possible. This has put certain procedures in a bad light, and patients to second-guess going abroad for surgeries, such as hair restoration. We believe Malta strikes a perfect balance between cost-efficiency and quality. While cost are significantly lower than in many other European countries, the quality of care and results are not compromised.
Results That Speak For Themselves
Our team of specialists possess the highest level of artistic skills necessary to provide natural looking hair transplant results. This level of skill can only be acquired by performing thousands of hair restoration surgeries. We believe our work speaks for itself. Check out these amazing, 100% authentic, before and after results! Whenever possible, we back up our photos with video of our patient’s results, so you know our images and our patients are 100% real.