Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who can be applied to hair transplantation?

It can be applied to anyone suffering from hair loss, dilution and baldness without age and gender limitation. It also applied to hair loss due to skin infections or surgery.

2. How long is the operation time of hair transplantation?

Your hair transplantation operation takes place in about 4 to 6 hours in a day. There is no need to stay in hospital and you can be discharged on the same day and continue your social life.

3. Is there a pain in hair transplantation?

With the local anesthesia and sedation method that we are using in hair transplantation does not cause any pain before and after the procedure.

4. From which region grafts (roots) are taken for hair transplantation?

For hair transplantation, hair follicles are often preferred in the nape area. In this area, local anesthesia is performed and the patient is treated without pain.

5. Is it apprehensible that I have hair transplant?

Hair direction, front hairline and hair density are hair transplantation factors that affecting success. With the latest technology, our experts provide a 100% natural look with maximum hair follicle planting in the natural direction of hair.

6. Does the planted hair fall out?

The grafts in the nape area are genetically coded not to be spilled and are permanent for life. Due to this feature is not possible to spill after sowing.

7. Does the hair grow after hair transplantation?

Since Hair transplantation is the process of transferring your hair follicles to the desired area, it is prolonged in the normal elongation period in the same color shape and thickness. Painting, cutting and blow dry hair can be applied to your transplanted hair.

8. How should the front hairline be?

Natural drawing should be made in the most appropriate way to the age, face, nose, forehead and lip distance of the person to be transplanted. It should be understood in a common point by taking into account the preferences of the person.

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