Tobacco and tobacco products, such as cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes (electronic cigarettes), shisha, hookah (water pipe), and other tobacco products, should be avoided. It is recommended that you should not smoke on the day of the procedure. Nicotine causes unnecessary bleeding, so you can avoid smoking or consuming other nicotine-containing products. Finally, smoking exposes you to poisonous substances that can damage your hair follicles or grafts. If you are unable to stop smoking before the surgery, we recommend that you significantly reduce the amount of smoking you do right before the procedure.
It is not permitted to consume alcohol for seven (7) days or one week prior to the service.
Many health providers would not bear the cost of a hair transplant because it is a plastic surgical operation.
Turkey is also one of the most popular destinations for hair transplants in the world. Turkey has numerous hospitals and many professional physicians who can provide high-quality care at a low cost.
Alcohol, nicotine, green tea, caffeine, and some blood thinners (such as aspirin) should be avoided for at least 10 days until the hair transplant operation in Turkey.
After determining if you are a candidate for a hair transplant in Turkey, a date for the procedure will be set based on the availability of the clinic’s physicians. Once you’ve checked everything, including your operation’s date and time, you can book your flight to Turkey.
Please contact us for more information or to schedule your hair transplant procedure.
To make sure you don’t have anemia or an infection, we’ll do a hemogram to check the number of white and red blood cells in your blood.
Before the hair transplant operation, the new hairline is decided upon (done in agreement) with the medical team and is dependent on the position of the frontal muscles on the scalp (taking into consideration your age, the size of the bald area and the symmetry of your face).
Yes, but not all techniques are appropriate for everyone. Our medical staff will gladly inform you on your options.
Yes, indeed! While curly hair has a different hair follicle and strand than straight hair, making the procedure more difficult, curly hair has the advantage of requiring fewer strands of hair to cover the region.
Hair transplants, if performed by a skilled professional, will last a lifetime. Any problems will be covered by the hair transplantation warranty offered by Turkish clinics.
Tobacco and tobacco products, such as cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes (electronic cigarettes), shisha, hookah (water pipe), and other tobacco products, should be avoided. Smoking should be avoided immediately after a hair transplant procedure because it deprives the body of much-needed oxygen.
It is not permitted to consume alcohol for seven days or one week prior to the service. We do not recommend alcohol for seven days or one week after the operation because you may need to take drugs such as antibiotics and pain relievers. Drinking alcohol while on antibiotics or other drugs can be extremely harmful to your health.
For a month after the hair transplant, stay away from baths and bathing in some kind of water.
You should note that you cannot get a haircut using the clippers, electrical shaving machines or razor blades in the transplanted area. He can only use scissors for the first six months.
Six months after the hair transplant, you will color your hair. The explanation for this is that the chemicals in hair colorants may damage the transplanted grafts.
A graft transfer is when grafts are transferred from your donor area to your recipient area. Because we extract the entire bulb or follicle from the donor area, the extracted grafts do not grow back on the donor area once they have been removed.
The transplanted area normally takes 10 to 14 days to recover. There will be no red marks, dead skin, or scabs after 14 days.
After a hair transplant, a PH neutral shampoo or a shampoo without additives should be used for 6 months. If you want, you can use organic shampoo.