Before undergoing a hair transplant operation, please inform us about any health problems you may have and any medication you take regularly. This includes any allergies, chronic conditions, and recent surgeries. It is important for us to be fully informed about your medical history to ensure that the hair transplant procedure is safe and effective for you. Additionally, it is important to note that certain medications may interfere with the hair transplant process. For example, blood-thinning medications may increase the risk of bleeding during the procedure. If you are taking any medication, please inform us so that we can determine if any adjustments need to be made prior to the procedure. Furthermore, if you have any health issues, be sure to consult with your doctor about the operation and obtain approval for the hair transplant procedure. Your doctor may recommend certain precautions or advise against the procedure altogether, depending on your specific medical history and current health status. We want to ensure that you are fully informed and comfortable with the procedure before moving forward.


If you have any allergies to any medications, it is extremely important that you inform us. In order to ensure your safety and the success of your operation, we will need to take extra precautions and prescribe medications that are safe for you. By knowing about your allergies, we can avoid any complications or adverse reactions that might occur. Your health and well-being are our top priority, and we want to make sure that you have a successful and comfortable experience with us.


Before undergoing a hair transplant surgery, it is important to avoid taking blood thinners such as Aspirin within the 7 days prior to the procedure. Blood thinners may lead to undesired consequences, including but not limited to excessive bleeding during and after the surgery.


Avoid consuming alcohol and caffeine for two days before your procedure. Consuming both may affect the efficacy of local anesthetics administered by your doctor before the operation. Refrain from smoking and nicotine products one week before your procedure. Nicotine constricts blood vessels and reduces blood flow to the scalp. As a result, nicotine consumption can impact your operation process.


Eat a light breakfast (nothing fatty, fried or greasy). Avoid caffeine on the day of procedure.

During the operation, it is best to wear comfortable clothing since it can take nearly six hours, depending on the number of grafts you receive.

To ensure the success of the operation, it is important to avoid chewing gum and talking excessively. Additionally, refrain from using personal cell phones or touch-screen devices during the operation.

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