This is a horrible thing to say to someone considering its completely unfounded, to believe this you have to have very poor skills of observation when looking at post-op results. Surprising considering how long you've been here, this comment says more about you than it does the OP.
I've had others mention the same to me about this surgeon but few seem to want to openly admit it for whatever reason. The density placed in this case and others by him is visibly significantly less than any of the top surgeons. The damage to his donor is very clear too, and placement angles of grafts do not look precise.
Neb clearly has a good sense (better than most here) of observational standards, HnW certainly a top notch option for future repair work also and I'd trust them to clean up the mess.
My questions is very centric and basic to solve my case (see last topic: fue or fut for me):
As a patient or as HT specialist what would you do or recommend: 1600 FUE GRAFTS OR 2300 FUT & FUE GRAFTS for a 42 year old hispanic man with a 55 to 60 graft density in 5 to 6 Norwood focussing 1300 or 1800 grafts on the crown and the rest to cover frontal density??????????????
Note: if the doctor cannot get more than 1600 for getting something for the front then use that 1600 for the crown.
Thank you !!!!!!!!!!!
I am not bashing your post, you are entitled to your opinion as long as it is based on facts, if you have any e-mail exchanges with the clinic which shows that prices are double to that of Dr. Bhatti then please present it here. I myself will take Eugenix to task if that is the case, it is simply not true in my own experience. I am simply trying to set records straight if there are any incorrect suggestions in above posts (not just yours). Again, if you have documentation to prove that Eugenix is twice as expensive then please share, I will ask Dr. Sethi to explain the same. Now some other posts have called genuine patients as agents of Eugenix, even in my case I am a physician working here in US and earn amongst the top 1% of this country, i do not need to live on anyone's commissions and expense. I simply am a happy patient who is overjoyed by results given to me by such expert and dedicated HT specialists like Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika. I am happy to share my experience anytime someone asks for it, only intention being that I want those patient's to have same or similar results like mine, if few lives are made happy and content by this..... then my real duty as a physician in pointing a patient in right direction is accomplished. That is just the essence of being a healer for me.
Again I agree with @Melvin-Moderator, no need for more toxicity here. I do respect all recommended clinics here, if those doctors who rejected me for HT may have done so due to their own experience or wisdom. (I am not a HT expert), I respect that and I moved on, without bashing them ever (but documenting that a high HT like me has limited number of surgeons who are confident enough to take up my case and achieve such results...... which is fine).
Good luck to everyone in their search, lets keep the discussion civil without unjust insinuations.
I never mentioned this. This is irrelevant. Majority of the members do not hold medical science degrees and can still post their experiences.
I completely agree that you can and should feel encouraged to post your truthful experiences. I only ask why so late because you 1. don't seem to have a presence on this site and 2. it is very "odd" to not establish who you are and your journey (even slight mention). These two things combined don't make a lot of sense, and seem off. - But you still didn't mention why. You don't have to of course, but I thought it was a simple question which could be easily addressed in a non-hostile way.
This doesn't make sense. Is it necessary that a post be paid if you want to help another human being [with hair loss and HT goals]? No, not necessary. I, and most other members are not paid and yet we all want to help others.
Point 2 : "false representation" and Point 3: "paid/compensated"
If this is promotional material, it should probably be in the clinic area I mentioned earlier. That's my only concern.
The rationale is:
1. If a clinic "goes undercover", it does so with the risk of loosing goodwill it has built up over the years.
2. Disclosure of bias is Paramount. This really should go without saying. No one is saying a clinic should not post results. I'm just saying that disclosing too much is better than to be perceived as withholding something.