Cheap hair transplant in Norway. All medical facilities in Norway are expensive and therefore out of reach of many people. Cosmetic treatments are generally more expensive in European countries. Norway is a European country which has seen major development during the past decades. The medical services available in the country are done according to the latest advancements but due to high taxation, the cost of medical services is very high in all of Europe. Many people living in Norway travel to other countries for cheaper treatment while the end result is almost the same. In countries like Norway, cosmetic surgeries of all kinds are available. Hair loss has become a major issue these days and that is why hair restoration treatments have become popular. Out of all these methods, the surgical procedure of hair transplantation is the most effective and permanent. People of all ages can opt for this procedure since there is no barrier on eligibility for this kind of surgery. An average surgery to restore hair costs between 3,000 Euros to 10,000 Euros in Norway, while the same type of surgery in Pakistan is many times cheaper than this cost bracket. In Pakistan, the hair restoration surgery is done using the latest techniques. Hair transplant is done in two basic ways, one is called the strip method and the other is the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). The strip method involves removal of a strip of hair from an area of good hair growth. This area, also called the donor site, is usually the back of the head or the area above the ears. The strip removed, is then cut into smaller unites and planted on the bald area. This method does not require as much skill and experience as is required for FUE. The FUE method is more complicated as it involves the extraction of individual hair follicles from the donor site. These follicles are individually planted on the bald patch and may need a few sessions for the procedure to be completed. The surgeon must be skilled and experienced since FUE method requires a lot of care. The surgeon has to observe the natural pattern of the existing hair and then plant the follicles in the same pattern so that the transplant looks natural. Besides this, the surgeon has to manually plant each hair follicle, which is a tedious job and may be very time consuming. The cost for the FUE method is more than the strip method and is more complicated hence the cost of the procedure has to be more. Despite this, Pakistan is one of the cheaper destinations for hair transplantation as the same results are produced at a cost that falls between 1,000 Euros to 1,500 Euros. This is phenomenally low as compared to Norway. This is why hundreds of people travel every year in search of a best hair transplant in Pakistan. Cheap hair transplant surgeries in Norway remain out of reach for a large number of people and that is why medical tourism is considered by many.