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  1. Hey, Thanks so much for sharing your procedure with us. I too had looked into Pekiner for a while and almost decided on him but eventually decided against him due to how many people he aborts mid procedure. For me I couldn't afford to travel to a country more than 12 hours away only to be turned down. I was wondering if next time you get a haircut if you could show us how your donor area is healing. I would be very interested in seeing the difference in the extractions done by Dr Pekiner vs Dr Ferreria. Appreciate any help with this and good luck with your results.
  2. Even though the hairline isn't as dense as you'd like the doctor did a really good job at framing your face. It makes you look a lot better in my opinion.
  3. lol I know this is no laughing matter but Shera could work for the mafia. I bet he would be the perfect employee... I can imagine him threatening to break your legs if you ever said anything bad about Dr. Bhatti. But in all seriousness stuff like this is what makes people afraid to do hair transplants in countries like India and Turkey. I believe Melvin was saying something in another thread about how Turkish clinics are notorious for trying to censor their own patients. Stuff like that doesn't sit well with me which is why I'm probably going to avoid going to any clinics in these countri
  4. Yeah what you're saying is true but someone with unrealistic expectations vs someone who has a complete failure are two different things to me. I guess one of the problems is you may never know what the cause of the hair transplant failure was... I figure a lot of the times the clinic is to blame but sometimes it may be the case that the patients physiology just doesn't work in there favor. The only thing you can really do at that point is look to see how the clinic handles it since that may be the only thing that matters. Either way If I had a bad result with a clinic I definitely
  5. When someone has a poor hair transplant procedure and then suddenly disappears I can't help but assume the worst. This happens all the time with a well known Canadian clinic (who I won't name). Usually I assume these clinics make some kind of agreement with the person to prevent them from posting anymore on the forums. I assume they get a refund or partial refund but have to sign a document that prevents them from sharing any information public-ally. As bad as it is though at least these clinics still offer to do something to make the patient less upset. I never understood why a clinic wo
  6. If what you're saying is true then that's really messed up... It's almost common for patient reps to come on here and attack anyone who doesn't have a good result from their clinic so I'm not surprised to see that anymore. But if Bhatti's patient rep actually did those things then that's going way too far... that's pretty much to the point of black mailing someone. Dr Bhatti was the first surgeon I considered doing a procedure with when I joined this forum. In hindsight I'm glad I trusted my gut and decided to take some more time in selecting a clinic. You can't be too careful these
  7. I don't think Pekiner is a bad doctor - I definitely think he's one of the better doctors in Turkey. I also don't think he was trying to "game" the system like everyone else is implying. He simply wanted people to share the results of their procedures with him. Yeah he gave you a slight discount to do so but I don't think he would chase you if you didn't follow up with it. To me if a doctor wanted all his patients to show their entire procedures from beginning to end without knowing the full result means he must be pretty confident in his work. The only thing I didn't like was how his pa
  8. I don't think it was wise for the surgeon to extract from only one side like that. Should have extracted equal amounts from both sides as that would have definitely minimize the appearance of extractions from the donor area.
  9. If you search through the most recent results on this forum you will notice that in the last couple of years the results from Rahal haven't been too impressive. H&W seem to be doing pretty well and have more consistent results. Five years ago Rahal was having killer results but I'm not too sure what happened. If money was no objective I would definitely choose H&W.
  10. lol this is funny as I basically the same experience. Ended up having a face to face meeting with Tara who is a very lovely person. I'm in the GTA (greater toronto area) and was told they do surgeries in Toronto every once in a while. Would have definitely booked with them if not for the recent track record of subpar results.
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