Hair Transplant Surgeons in Belgium

In order to become a surgeon in Belgium it is necessary to complete twelve years of study. Seven of these years are spent at medical school which starts with emphasis upon the sciences in general for three years, followed by clinical work for three years and a year of hands-on training within a hospital. After these seven years have been completed, the student is awarded their doctor’s diploma. Students wishing to go on to become surgeons or specialists must complete the remaining five years of study. These five years are dedicated to studying whatever specialist field the student has elected.

However, before being allowed to practise in Belgium, doctors must be registered with the Order of Physicians (an organisation founded to monitor medical practitioners and investigate any unethical or illegal practices). They must also complete additional training in order to gain an accreditation from the Belgian Minister for Public Health prior to being able to begin practising medicine. It is therefore a good idea to do a background check on your doctor to ensure that they are legally allowed to perform procedures in Belgium. Information on all accredited members of the medical profession in Belgium can be found at the Belgian Society for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery’s website.

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