Before Operation
  • Do not use aspirin and other blood thinners 1 week before the operation.
  • Do not take ALCOHOL 3 days before the operation.
  • Be sure to tell your doctor about medicines you are using because of chronic (sugar, heart, blood pressure, tuberculosis etc) or acute diseases.
  • Do not use tricyclic antidepressants, anticoagulants (heperin coumadin etc.), beta blockers and mao inhibitors (aurorix etc.) for 2 weeks prior to operation. Please inform your doctor if you are taking these medications during this time.
  • Before operation, do not administer any topical medication to your scalp and hair.
  • Wash your hair before you come to the operation and do not use any jellies or spray after washing.
  • Make sure you have breakfast before you come to the operation. If your operation is after lunch, you have a light lunch before you come.
  • To wear it after the operation, always bring a tightening hat that can be loosened from the back.
  • Do not smoke if possible 24 hours before the operation, try to reduce if you can not. Remember that cigarettes will prolong your healing process.
  • Do not take multivitamin preparations containing vitamins B and E 1 week before the operation because it will increase the size of your bleeding.
  • When you come to the operation with a type of clothes you can wear comfortably while wearing and removing, it should not touch your head.