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  1. I can't believe it has finally happened, after months of deliberating, researching and anxiety.I chose Dr Arshad because of various forums. The countless success stories and good reviews ultimately made it an easy decision. In my opinion, The Hair Dr is by far the best value clinic in the UK when comparing costs Vs quality.In the original video call consultation, they said I would need around 2000 grafts. Once I arrived, Dr Arshad has a proper look at my hair and noticed that the hair loss was more significant then previously thought around the mid scalp section. He said as my doner area was excellent, and as I only want 1 transplant, it would be better to go with 2500 grafts instead....I happily agreed knowing it would give me a better final result.He drew the hairline and said he wanted it to be conservative, but not overly so. This meant he didn't lower the hairline at all but filled in a lot of the receeding bits and obviously the midscalp. I was very happy with what he produced and agreed I wanted it to look as natural as possible.The surgery:The staff were incredible, constantly attentive and making sure I was happy and comfortable at all times, honestly can't fault any of it.What I wasn't prepared for was how long and exhausting the whole day is. I got there at 7am and left at 6pmThere is a whole lot of lying down in various positions and the drugs made me feel fairly weak and drowsy for the first half of the day at least.The first set of injections in the doner area were actually really painful and there were a lot of them! From that point on, there wasn't any pain and it wasn't uncomfortable, but it's a weird feeling that you can hear the cutting of skin through your brain haha.Dr Arshad couldn't get enough of my doner area and in the end finished with around 3000 grafts! He found a lot of soft hairs which he said are perfect for a natural looking hairline. He then placed lots doubles and triples behind the hair line and in the mid scalp.Regarding Dr Arshad himself, I could tell why he has so many good reviews. He was extremely knowledgeable, put me at ease and we chatted the whole way through the procedure. Absolutely top guy and so happy I chose him.The funny thing is I went there expecting just my hairline to be done and I left with a much larger area implanted with grafts. Absolutely fine by me as it will really future proof this transplant.At the end , I got a big bag full of drugs and the best bit is you get a wall chart tick list showing exactly what drugs to take each day at what time, so easy.I have been spraying my head every 1 hour and doing my best to care for my grafts as carefully as possib e. The hardest thing is going to sleep, I decided to sleep on the sofa alone and keep my GF and cats away from me just in case. Sleeping with a neck pillow is the worst and I'm finding it hard to actually sleep.Whilst writing this, I am on day 2 post surgery. It still looks pretty aweful and I'm counting down the days until I can start washing it and removing the scabs. Luckily I have taken a week off work to try and hide it as best as possible!!Really hoping for a great result and fully understanding it's going to be a long hard journey before it starts looking better.In terms of medication moving forward:-Biotin daily-Aloe Vera Gel on the grafts once scabs are gone-Minoxidil 5% twice daily 1 month after HT-I tried Finesteride for 3 months but got sides but going to start again on a much lower dosage, 0.5mg 3 times a week.- if Fin doesn't work, I will substitute for Saw Palmetto daily.I will keep this thread updated with pics and thanks for reading.
  2. Background:37 years old & have been suffering MPB gradually since around 25years old.I have spent the last 2 years religiously reading various forums to gain an insight into hair restoration.I was initially hesitant to have a procedure in the UK as I have read so many posts advising that the UK just isn’t on a par with Dr’s in Europe.I planned to to Brussels and have the procedure done by Dr Bisanga- consulted with him and his assistant, Hilde, who were fantastic and very helpful.....Then Borris told us all we couldn’t leave the UK!I was keen to have the work done during lockdown.2 as it’s easier to hide away during the recovery stage- however this would not compromise my priority of quality. Price was never a deciding factor for me.Neither were ‘celebrity’ endorsed clinics or clinics with fancy Instagram accounts and clever marketingI then started to read and see numerous positive results and feedback for the Hair Dr on various forums.These were real people posting on forums, not pictures posted on social media adverts. So I thank all that have posted on here and other forums. (This is why I’ve decided to post myself, hopefully it will help someone else)I booked an initial call to get a feel for them and was impressed from the start- very informative, and not at all sales driven.This professionalism was consistent with every call and interaction I had - so based on my research, the answers they gave me and a general gut feeling I booked my surgery.Day of Surgery:Arrival 7am, greeted by Adam who made me feel welcome and was a professional in person as he has been on my calls.I met with Dr Arshad and Dr Hamza where we discussed the hairline and result I wanted to achieve.Dr Arshad took his time here and changed the design a few times to ensure it was right for my features. Then I had my hair shaved and went down to surgery.Dr Hamza injected me with the anaesthetic- there is no getting around this, it’s not pleasant and does hurt but the pain soon goes and Dr Hamza was great.Dr Arshad then used a .8 punch to punch the grafts, this was pain free (but a strange experience) and took a few hours.Next the technicians removed the grafts, and separated them.This took a few hours, and I think they were also doing this whilst Dr A was punching.I did take a break for lunch at some point- kindly provided by the clinic.I had initially planned to have 4000 grafts, however Dr Arshad advised that I had a good donor area and managed to get 4,817 grafts.Singles- 971Doubles- 2,531Triples- 1,319Dr Hamza prepared me for the incisions by administering more anaesthetic, again a bit painful but he was great- this was not unexpected and an unavoidable part of the process.Dr Arshad then made all the incisions, adding more anaesthetic when required!No real pain during this process.The technicians then implanted the hairs- this was the longest part of the day- maybe 6/7 hours but was pain free and I simply watched Netflix.They were great and made sure I was ok at all times.Dr Arshad checked in a number of times during this stage, as did Julia (who was also great during the day)Finished up at around 20:30ish when Dr Arshad checked the work to ensure he was happy.He ave me a de-brief and talked me through the meds and after care process.Nice easy to follow instructions on a chart so I can easily keep track.Back to the hotel by 21:30, where I slept surprisingly well!Hotel was recommended by the clinic and even had a discount code provided to me.In summary, my experience has been great right from the initial call.Whilst it’s far too early to judge the outcome of the procedure, so far I have only good things to say about the clinic and all the staff I met throughout the day.I’ve looked at 100’s of results online (as I’m sure many of us do as we obsessively research clinics and results!) and I think things are looking good, but would of course appreciate any feedback from you gentlemen.Pics of pre and post surgery attached
  3. Hi all, had my procedure 7 days ago after considering it for many years and finally going for it, thanks mainly to the advice from here so thought I'd share updates given this forum was such a help to me when researching. I'm 33 and started losing my hair in temples from early 20's, been on finasteride for a few years which prevented the full hair island but damage was already done. Had originally booked into procedure abroad but was concerned about more Covid delays and wanted to make the most of wfh period as best as I could. After seeing recent Dr Arshad results, it made my mind up. Day itself was quite long and exhausting, mainly due to my 3 hr drive to Leeds but the whole team make it as comfortable as possible. Everyone was really friendly and chatty throughout the day which was a real plus. In terms of grafts: S=61 M= 167 1= 144 2= 522 3=1353 Total= 2247 grafts Happy with the shape and got some compliments on my hair quality so hoping this translates to a strong result. Pre- Procedure 7 Days Post Will do my best to give regularish updates. Any q's just shout. Cheers
  4. I have certainly seen cases grow well past the 9th mark, and even past the 12th mark. 7 months vs. 2 1/2 years Arshad patient, one of the best HTs I’ve ever seen to be quite honest. I don’t believe there was ever a doubt that you’d need another HT with your level of hair loss. I’ve had three and still want/need more hair. Anyone who acts like you could’ve achieved everything in one go is being disingenuous. The crown alone takes thousands of grafts.
  5. Hey All, I’m based in the UK and looking to get a FUT hair transplant. Following everyone’s review on here of Dr hair clinic, Leeds UK (Dr Arshad), i reached out to the clinic. I have been quoted £5 per graft due to the complexities of hair type (afro) and i will require 2,500 grafts. I have my consultation next week, but I have also reached out to Dr Bisanga. I will update you all next week with photos of my journey. Update: July 8 2021 I had my consultation on Monday with the practice manager at Dr Arshad’s clinic. It was ok, i had terrible signal so we kept getting cut off. I was asked to book a consultation to assess my scalp laxity before getting an answer as to whether i can have the procedure (FUT). I asked for Dr Arshad’s availability and they have not gotten back to me yet. Funnily enough Hilde from Dr Bisanga responded to my query. She was super responsive throughout the week and I received my quote of 2,500 grafts. I have paid my deposit and now the waiting begins. I will update you all with photos when the time comes 😊
  6. 3687 Grafts Tuesday 19th May with Dr arshad. before and after pics are below + regular ongoing updates. Feel free to offer advice / ask any questions
  7. Hi everyone, after using this forum in deciding to go with Dr Arshad. I thought I'd detail my journey here. A bit about my hair loss background, my hairline receeded about 2/3 cms at the front and roughly 6/7cms at the temples in my mid 20s. I started taking finasteride and thankfully it stabilised there. I'm now in my mid 30s. I've thought about a transplant for a very long time and have had a few procedures scheduled in the past, but due to various reasons it never happened. Then I was scheduled in with HLC for this year, but due to travel restrictions again I had to cancel. Then through a quick google search I found this forum and Dr Arshad. A lot of his results looked really impressive and the price was a bargain compared to some of the London clinics, so I booked a video consultation and took the plunge! I won't go into details about the whole procedure, but I will say the whole Hair Dr team were very, very professional. From the technicians through to the doctors. All very friendly and intent on making you feel comfortable the whole time, whilst the entire time being very diligent with their work. These are my day 1 pictures after removal of the bandages, I decided to go with a partial shave as due to lockdown I'd managed to grow my hair very long at the front. Once unclipped I should be able to cover the whole recipient area. The one thing I'm a little anxious about is how aggressive we decided to go with the hairline. I arrived intent on it being 2/3cms higher. But after talking to Dr Arshad he assured me we could go for something a bit more aggressive. I think this is due to my hair loss stabilizing, family history, I'd been on finasteride so long and the fact I have an awful lot of donor! I should also add that I've a bald patch on the right side of my head which has been there since birth. Dr Arshad filled that in for free which I was really happy about also. I'll add my before and after procedure pics when I receive them at a later date. Thanks
  8. The crown seems to be coming along, but the front center of the hairline hasn’t changed much over the last few updates. I know you have time left (especially for the crown), but since it seems you have an open line of communication with Dr. Arshad’s office - how does he feel about your progress? Are you taking finasteride or minoxidil?
  9. Long time lurker and first time poster. After considering a HT for years I finally took the plunge and went with Dr Arshad from The Hair Dr. His reviews spoke for themselves and location was a bonus. I'm only half an hour away. I had considered asmed clinic Dr. Erdogan in Turkey but some reviews are hit and miss. As Dr. Erdogan himself doesn't do any of the actual operation or so I understand. I had also considered Dr Acar from Cosmedica but Dr Arshad from The Hair Dr was the one I decided on. A bit of history. I first noticed my hair loss around the age of 19, 20. But after reading up on it I felt I was too young to do anything about it surgery wise. I've always avoided finasteride due to the side affects so started regaine over 10 years ago. I'm 35 now and thought its time for surgery. Hair loss had increased and I'm now probably a Norwood 4/5 Back to the HT The first consultation I had was with the practice manger over video call. She was very professional and answered my questions so I didn't feel the need to speak direct with Dr Arshad. I was asked to be at the clinic for 7am. On the morning of arrival I was met by a very smartly dressed Adam who was on reception he got me a couple of breakfast bars and a glass of water. Before it was time to go see the Dr. Once we had discussed why I had wanted the HT and he had looked through my hair he was straight forward and said I should break the surgery up in to two stages 2000 fue at the front and a year later 2000 fue at the crown. In hindsight I should have listened but being their I just wanted to get it done and opted for 3600 for the whole head ( I have a small head lol). Dr A drew on a line to show me where my hairline would be. I thought it was conservative and wanted it more lower and straighter but he explained the look wouldn't be natural and he was right. We had pictures taken and I was given two paracetamol and a diazepam. Then went to get changed into a gown and have my head shaved. Once this was done we went to the surgery room. Blood pressure was taken and I was told to lay on the bed as Dr A then began the process of inserting the anaesthetic. I'm not going to lie it was painful. Some describe it as a scratch but its a needle being pushed into your head!! Apparently I have a sensitive scalp but thankfully the pain was over quickly. I can't remember if they also injected a saline solution to help raise the skin I know this was done at the incision stage but can't remember if it was also done before extractions. Dr A started the extractions with a 0.8 hole punch I think it was. This took the whole morning and the count sheet said 531 singles 1654 doubles 1502 multiples Then it was off for a lunch break where lunch is kindly provided. Back to surgery and its now time for the incisions by Dr A before the technicians place them inside the scalp. Three lovely ladies were working on me and all seemed lovely and professional. I was offered netflix and tried watching a movie but getting on in the day I was getting tired. The technicians did ask me to tell them if I needed more anaesthetic but I wanted it to be over that I just worked through it. Probably the last hour of the placement stage was the hardest. Definitely not the wisest of decisions but thankfully the placement pain was no where near as bad as having another anaesthetic put in. It was 7pm by the time we were done. Time to get changed into the button shirt I bought along. T shirts are not recommended as you may disturb the new grafts when you pull it over your head. I had a final chat with Dr A and some more pictures were taken before given a goodybag full of medicines for the week ahead and a months worth of finasteride. The bag of medicine comes with a really handy foolproof explanation on what to take and when. I'm on day one post op and I will try to do monthly updates. I hope I have covered everything but if you have any questions just ask. All the best on your journey. B.A.
  10. Thanks for your reply. When I say I’ve done my research, I mean I’ve done my research into the procedure, when to expect to see results, shock loss, optional medication etc. I’ve only just started looking into different surgeons and having consultations. So I admit to only just starting my research into different surgeons as that is what my post was asking for help with. I’m not from the Manchester area and as mentioned above also have a consultation booked with Harley Street Hair Clinic in London. I am also booking a consultation with Dr Arshad in Leeds as recommended above, and he is also a forum recommended surgeon. KSL was a clinic I came across yesterday, so as I was updating this post, I simply included the question in my last reply….. further research as pointed out above shows no one should go near them! Whilst I appreciate the advice of looking abroad, and I know many people recommend going abroad, I personally am not comfortable going abroad for a procedure. I’m not saying surgeons abroad aren’t great, but if I have an issue I’d like to be able to simply drive to the clinic. I appreciate there may be better surgeons abroad than in the UK, but there are 3 UK recommended surgeons on this forum, Farjo, Reddy, and Arshad…. so are these surgeons not able to produce consistently good results on par with, or at least close to surgeons abroad (granted it will likely cost more)? I will take advice on surgeons abroad and at least compare results with surgeons in the UK to help with a educated decision. Thanks for everyone’s input 😀
  11. As a women facing traction alopecia, research prior to my recent hair transplant from a female perspective was really difficult to find! So ordinarily, I am not one to blog or post in forums but after my experience from research through to recovery , I really hope my posts will help other women in my situation. The background of my hair loss, is that my thick black hair was receding greatly at the hairline due to tying my hair constantly in a tight bun under my hijab (headscarf). This paired with an OCD type behaviour where if my bun became loose, I would immediately retie my bun very tightly which eventually created huge loss of hair at the hairline which alternative hair loss therapies did not resolve therefore I finally accepted that I required a hair transplant. This was a difficult solution to physically and emotionally come to terms with as a female however now that I am in recovery following the procedure, my only regret is that I had delayed the procedure for years and not done it sooner! As a research geek, I contacted approximately 14 clinics, from within the Uk, turkey and Europe. This gave me a thorough understanding of what I needed and gave me lots of clinics to compare until I found the “right” match for myself. Choosing a clinic is a very personal choice, so my blog is simply based on my own perspective and what worked for me! When choosing between 14 clinics, a couple of clinics were instantly discounted as they alluded to not being experienced in female hair transplants (the skill for which is different despite what some drs may tell you!) As an example, Dr Arshad asked me how I style my hair as this effected my graft placement which was so important due to him noticing I had an unusual fully reversed cowslick. Had he not taken this into account, my results would have been horrific with hair growth following the usual pattern males tend to go for. A couple of other clinics were discounted due to being poor in communication or simply being pushy, again this put me off! I eventually settled on booking with Dr Arshad, from Hair Dr in Dewsbury. For the benefit of other ladies looking for a clinic, there were some many points for selecting Dr Arshad; firstly, he is experienced in female hair transplants and carried these out regularly. During the consultation, the clinic were clearly knowledgeable on the specific hairline and atheistic to create for females. Secondly, Dr Arshad has a strong reputation. There are many reviews on his work with photos which gave me confidence in his work. Thirdly, communication with the clinic was a dream. They were organised, kept to consultation times and answered countless email with questions very promptly. They were also not pushy and did not use hard sell techniques used by other clinics. Fourthly, as a Muslim women a discreet clinic is very important to me as I didn’t want to be in waiting rooms or recovery rooms with others whilst not wearing my headscarf. During my procedure, there was never a cross over between myself and any other patient so it was completely confidential even within reception (in fact I am not even sure if there were others in the building other then my allocated dr and nurses). The process is “slick” and discreet which is very important to me. Lastly, value for money. After seeking many quotes, I felt that for the balance of Dr Arshads reputation and costs, there simply wasn’t a more cost effective for me. One thing to point out at this point, is that during my research process, really did consider going abroad for the procedure, if it meant a better outcome- however within the first 30 mins of starting the hair transplant, I immediately knew that personally for me, having the procedure outside of the familiarity of the Uk would have been terrible. I’m not a nervous individual however surprisingly I really did feel anxious which was only alleviated by knowing I was in the hands of a Uk trained Dr. This is something I didn’t really think I would value until I was nervously laying on the surgery bed, being comforted by really friendly nurses who built immediate rapport with me. As i can see many posts on the step by steps of the day with Dr Arshad, I ll avoid repeating this as this does not differ between male and female patients. But I hope that the tips I ve noted below will help other ladies though: Day of procedure: -It’s not the time for fashion! Wear comfy joggers or sports leggings with easy slip on footwear (wear socks as feet will get cold!) You can keep the bottoms on under the disposable gown. as you are wearing a thin disposable gown which is exposed at the back , wear a thin stretchy camisole top which you can simply cut off yourself after the transplant (so you don’t touch your head as you take it off) Wear a loose button up shirt which you can change back into after the procedure. button up shirt mean you do not risk touching your hair after the procedure Eat breakfast!! I don’t usually eat breakfast but forced myself to eat the morning of the op. I’m sooo glad I did. I feel light headed in the morning part of the procedure and couldn’t imagine doing that on an empty stomach! Similarly, pack a lucazade in the car or an iso tonic drink for when you are leaving clinic incase you do feel slighty weak. For me personally, I had waist length hair which I cut into a bob prior to transplant. This was because I knew it would be difficult for me wash that length hair daily post op. I felt, it would have also been more difficult for the dr and nurses to work on such a long mop of hair! This was not recommended for me to do by the clinic but something which I really think worked well in terms of making things easy for me. Take wireless headphones with a playlist or podcasts as you can have the option of plugging in to help distract yourself during the long procedure. Following the procedure, you leave the clinic from the side (private entrance) so in the morning just make sure you park on the side road next to the clinic so you can simply leave and get immediately into your car I did not book into the local hotel and booked an air bnb approx 18 minutes away. This was better for me as i had complete privacy, with self check in and check out and use of kitchen etc. The procedure is a long day and as I drove over 5 hours to get to dewsbury, I’m glad I did not travel directly home after my transplant. I think if the option to stay local is there, then I personally think it’s worth considering. Get organised and make sure that clothing following the next week or so are equally easy to put on without any interference with your grafts. For me this basically meant a week of wearing shirts! Invest in the best travel pillow you can, you won’t regret it as you will need to sleep upright for the first week. I already had that Cabeau travel pillow which is my holy grail travel pillow for long haul flights and it did not let me down during my recovery post op. For busy mamas running households and doing school runs... for the first one week I asked my husband to do the school runs as I didn’t feel comfortable to leave the house due to swelling (bad on day 3-5) and not being able to wear cap or hijab for first 7 days. For me commitments like after school activities were simply cancelled for the first week until I could cover my head with my scarf after day 7. I also made sure that I ordered a big food shop online to save myself from having to rely on my husbands ability to do the weekly shop 😂 I returned to work two days after the procedure, but this was working from home and strictly with my camera off due to swelling (bad on day 3-5) and not being able to cover my grafts for the first one week. For the first week of the procedure, follow Dr Arshads post op info sheet which is so easy to follow. You can’t go wrong if you follow the steps/timings. The clinics communication is one of its strong point and I ve had “silly” questions since having the op which I just send via watsapp, and I ve always had a message or check in video call back within 2 minutes of messaging the clinic so that has been reassuring! I really hope that the info I ve shared today, helps other women in my previous situation. I ll certainly update my blog in coming months with progression of the procedure:)
  12. Dear valued members, physicians, and visitors of our community, As you may know, we invite input from our patient-based community and our recommended physicians before we approve a physician for a recommendation. We invite you to review the below information about Dr. Arshad and his results and to post a reply with your opinion. You can also message us privately if you prefer. Dr. Arshad has a highly technical understanding of hair transplantation and has been producing awe-inspiring results, many of which have been posted by his patients on our discussion forum. We are now considering him for a potential recommendation. As the community knows, this requires that he meet our community standards of performing ultra-refined follicular unit grafting with consistent and excellent results. We expect our surgeons to have the ability to serve not only quality dense-packed follicular unit grafting but also the capacity and staffing to perform extensive sessions, transplanting thousands of follicular units per day. Some clinics can produce good results, but very few have the experience and staff to perform consistent quality results with good growth. Our recommended physicians must operate transparently and be held accountable, knowing that their patients may come to our forum and review them right after their surgery. Transparency builds trust and accountability, which is the foundation for credibility. Why we Feel Dr. Arshad is worthy of recommendation. Dr. Arshad graduated from Medical School at the University of Leeds (UK) in 2007. After completing higher surgical training in Otolaryngology, he became UK board certified as a Consultant Head & Neck Surgeon in the NHS. Dr. Arshad has undertaken an advanced national fellowship at the Oxford University Hospitals, including Plastic/Reconstructive surgery of the Head & Neck. Dr. Arshad is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS) and a Member of the European Academy of Facial Plastic Surgeons (EAFPS). Dr. Arshad has extensive surgical experience in the NHS, with over 2000 successful head & neck operations performed. Dr. Arshad has a passion for hair restoration surgery and is highly-competent in FUT, FUE, BHT, eyebrow, and beard reconstruction. Dr. Arshad is skilled in double-layered trichophytic closure and scar revision. With his facial plastic surgery background, he can undertake complex reconstructive and repair cases with excellent results. Dr. Arshad has a full-time hair restoration practice – The Hair Dr. Clinic based out of Leeds/West Yorkshire (UK). Dr. Arshad is passionate about teaching/training and only works with technicians and doctors he has personally trained himself to ensure the highest standards are being met in his clinic. Dr. Arshad’s surgical protocol Dr. Arshad feels surgeons must perform hair restoration surgery and be involved in every critical step, so he is intimately involved throughout all the procedure stages. He devises the surgical plan, designs the hairline, performs all Follicular Unit Excisions and follicular unit strip harvest, and creates the recipient sites. Dr. Arshad has a strict protocol for careful implantation and has a large team of experienced technicians proficient in graft handling and implantation. This, coupled with Dr. Arshad’s experience in plastic surgery of the head and neck, allows him to handle tissues carefully and perform more extensive hair transplant sessions. The vast majority of Dr. Arshad’s patients undergo FUE surgery. Dr. Arshad’s team includes two associate surgeons, which he has trained himself, and a technician team of 10. Dr. Arshad’s team follows up with all their patients from the first seven days, at one month, and then every three months until 12 months. Dr. Arshad has an open lifetime follow-up policy for any patient he has operated on. Dr. Arshad’s preference is to use a 0.7mm to 0.85mm motorized punch. He emphasizes high magnification to ensure only single-haired follicular units are placed in the frontal hairline. Dr. Arshad personally checks and selects soft finer grafts for the hairline under a high-powered microscope. Dr. Arshad can obtain a densely packed result with 60 FU/CM2 dependent on the patient’s donor supply and hair characteristics and goals. Dr. Arshad can perform large mega sessions in a single day with his experienced and competent team. View Dr. Arshad's website HERE Below are some examples of his work: Clinic Posted Results https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/59189-matts-fue-hair-transplant-result-dr-arshad-the-hair-dr-clinic-leeds-uk/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/59031-dr-arshad-the-hair-dr-clinic-leedsuk-2148-grafts-by-fue-0-11-months-grown-out-close-up-result/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/59095-james-fue-hair-transplant-by-dr-arshad-the-hair-dr-clinic-leeds-uk-full-journey/?tab=comments#comment-574547 Patient Posted Results https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/55092-2nd-fue-transplant-to-add-density-with-dr-a-at-the-hair-dr-clinic-uk/?tab=comments#comment-519962 https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/57985-dr-arshad-thehairdr-dewsbury-uk-3200-grafts-fue/?tab=comments#comment-557623 https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/57380-recent-transplant-at-hair-dr-clinic-leeds/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/54899-9133-fue-grafts-3000-dr-de-reys-in-2013-1800-dr-de-reys-2014-1200-dr-reddy-2017-3133-dr-arshad-2019/?tab=comments#comment-517362 https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/58244-4500-with-the-hair-dr-uk-im-delighted/?tab=comments#comment-561130 As always, we learn through collective wisdom. We appreciate all feedback and input. Best wishes,
  13. @DaveTayHow is your search going ? The thread had got derailed 😯 back on topic.. For me the Drs/Clinics I would consider if sticking to the Uk would be Dr Arshad, Dr Ball, Dr Reddy and Farjo. However as previously mentioned you could have a lot more choice if you considered travelling. We don’t have that many other decent choices here in the UK. However I do know BHR/Dr Bisanga will be another option in due course. Sure their new clinic is expected to open this year.
  14. I went for my HT today at The Hair Dr Clinic. Firstly, I was met by Adam, the receptionist. He was very friendly and put me at ease straight away. He took me up to meet Dr Arshad and Dr Hamza, who talked me through the procedure, worked out exactly what would be needed and explained how this would be achieved. I had originally been quoted for 2500 grafts based on a video interview, but Dr Arshad recommended adding a further 500 to ensure full cover of the crown and hairline, temples, etc. My head was then shaved fully and the procedure began. The only painful part of the procedure was when the anaesthetic was being administered. I’d read another review which said the same, so this didn’t come as a surprise. The extraction process was very good and I even dosed off during it once or twice. Dr Arshad and his team of technicians were very friendly and professional, and totally put me at ease, even going so far as to put a rock music channel on the radio for me. Lunch was then provided, Dr Arshad created the graft channels and the graft insertion began. This was carried out be the technicians, under the supervision of Dr Hamza and Dr Arshad. This took around 5 hours, but was done very well as far as I can tell. May overall experience of The Hair Dr clinic was a very positive one, and I’m looking forward to seeing the results over the coming months.
  15. Yeah, that's fair enough, I understand. Well, I can understand your logic behind wanting to stay in the UK with the option of easily access to the clinic if any issues arise etc, but the blunt truth is that the UK generally has poor options for HT surgery, the very few one or two who are ok (at least in my opinion) are very expensive (and not as good as cheaper options abroad). In addition to this, there is really only so much that's ever going to go wrong with a HT performed by a top surgeon. I've seen this sort of reasoning posted countless times by other people, but I can't think of any real problematic possible post op complications that are even anywhere near likely to happen in the first place with a good performing Dr. If you were that concerned, you could stay 5 days or so to let the scalp heal up to the point that an infection is extremely unlikely (even though it's unlikely in the first place) and then what else can really go wrong that you need to be close by? But, if you must stay in the UK, Dr. Reddy does seem to be a pretty top notch surgeon. He's going to cost you probably in the region of more than double than some of if not all the other surgeons I mentioned (as well as others I didn't) abroad, whilst in my opinion not being *as* good. So it just seems a bit crazy to me. But he's a good bet; the only person I'd consider in the UK personally. As far as the other two you mentioned, Farjo has been around for a long long time, but they're not known for outstanding results. They've had a couple of decent ones on here recently, but you want to pick a clinic that has many amazingly consistent patient posted results from start to finish, results that make you think wow I wish I could have that (especially if it's a similar case to yours and this is actually feasible), rather than oh yeah he looks better than before but there's X, Y and Z I can instantly critique it on. That's not to say HT's are perfect, be reasonable, but go and compare your listed choices in the UK to someone like De Freitas (patient posted on the Spanish forum) and tell me the results are anywhere near similar. As far as Arshad goes, I've said before I'm not a huge fan and I think he does mediocre work with some pretty decent results sprinkled in here and there along with some pretty bad results sprinkled in. I imagine I'll catch some flack for that, again, so I'll leave it at that. But he has a decent amount of patient results on here and the UK forum, so as I say, look them up. If upon seeing them you think 'wow, these are all consistently really good and I'm really impressed', then by all means go ahead with him. Yeah, your idea to compare UK and surgeons abroad is probably the best thing to do, just try to make sure they're majority patient posted, and then forget everything else and go with the surgeon who's results impress you the most and who you get the best gut feeling with upon speaking to the clinic themselves.
  16. Moved thread from FUE section to correct place, will update on here rather than other thread. Hi Guys,Had my first hair transplant Wed 28th Oct at the Hair Dr Clinic in Dewsbury, UK with Dr Arshad. I don't particularily have bad hairloss, I just wanted my temples and hairline restoring after they moved up about an inch at the sides when I was 18/19, I am now 29.Great experience from the beginning, from the initial contact & consultation, then to arriving on the day, everyone is super friendly and welcoming, and go through everything in detail with plenty of opportunities to ask questions. I met with Dr Arshad who had a look at my current hair, and drew on my new hairline which I was very happy with.See before pics below: Once happy, I was given a gown to change into, and had my head shaved. Then I had the extraction of the grafts done, the initial injections are uncomfortable but it only lasts for a minute, then its completely pain free. The extraction process isn't bad, you just lay down on your stomach, it was soon over.After, we had lunch which was provided, they take your order and get it from a local cafe, I had a toastie & chips which filled me up nicely.After lunch I had the channel incisions done by Dr Arshad which seemed to go very fast & was pain free.Next I then had all my grafts inserted by their team of technicians who are very professional and polite. You get to relax and watch TV or listen to music during this,My day seemed to go quick and 1500 grafts only took around 6-7 hours, I was finished by 3:15pm!Dr Arshad was very happy with the result, as was I. I was given all the required medication to take for the next week at least while it heals, and given a detailed calender chart which shows what time to take your pills etc.After pictures below: I am very happy that I have my hairline back, and I will update with further progress pictures as the healing process continues.Overall so far my experience with the Hair Dr clinic was very positive & professional and I have no faults. I now await my results after healing!
  17. Well, I can only assume you're talking about me, seeing as I'm the only one who has recently joined and has 15 posts within this thread at the time of your comment, or should I say completely unfound accusation to be more accurate. Not really sure what your problem is, but I can only say that I find your statement to be pretty indignant. Firstly, if you go back and read up, I think you'll find that it in fact was not me who mentioned anything about Dr. Arshad being worthy or unworthy of recommendation; that was another user. I simply advised another forum member of what I personally feel would be in their best interest by a country mile; to pick Dr. Bisanga over Dr. Arshad for an FUT procedure on Afro hair, and on a female at that (we all know that female hairlines are a skill in and of themselves....). So what If I said that I don't find his work to be particularly impressive? It's my honest opinion, there is absolutely nothing odd about that in any way and it's frankly bizarre you would state otherwise. I happen to be from a city in the UK not so far from where Dr. Arshad is in Leeds, and have been following his work since on the UK forum since before he even popped up on your radar over here; I even considered him at one point for my upcoming procedure. I never said he was a terrible surgeon or does terrible work, just that his results don't impress me anywhere near the same degree as a number of the top European/US doctors do (and yes, I'm talking a collective amount of patient posted results here, not one offs or clinic posted as you seem to suggest. Think Dr. Bisanga, Ferduini, Konior, H&W etc etc on here.... De Freitas, Ximena Villa, Pinto etc over on the Spanish forums. Unimpressive results, whilst they do happen, are in my opinion rare/occasional with these high caliber surgeons, as well as others... that isn't a comprehensive list, just some off the top of my head for anyone reading). In my eyes his results just aren't on par with those sorts of surgeons I mentioned - I'm not a fan of the large graft numbers in a single day, and indeed just in general with a number of the results that I've seen so far. I've also seen some pretty good results for the record. Isn't the whole point of this forum to have an open dialogue and try to offer information to other users, I may be a newbie on this site, but I think I've amassed a decent amount of knowledge on the subject of hair transplantation in the past few years during my research. I'm not really one for online forum posting, but I felt that I owed it to give back some knowledge to those in the same position as I was a few years back looking for answers, so I joined up to do so. I was just giving advice to the OP of the thread as its a decision we all know will impact the rest of your life, so I advised what was best for her in my opinion. So, I'm either a shill, using a duplicate account or a previously banned user? Hmm ok then, makes sense. Go ahead and check my IP, my fist time joining the forum mate. As for being a shill, most of my posts have been on a couple of threads regarding meds as I'm interested in the prevention/medical/scientific side of things - who am I shilling for exactly, Merck? Also, when did I say I was an expert in anything. That was all you. To be honest I don't even know why I've taken the time to write this lengthy response back, but I think it's good for people to see if this is how you're going to act just because I, what, said I'm not the biggest fan of a doc who is recommended here? I came here to offer a bit of advice where possible and post my own Transplant results with Pinto at the end of the year to give back, it's not really something I absolutely couldn't wait to do, in fact I'd rather not, but I felt it was only fair to pay it forward. But, and look I do have some respect for you for moderating the site Melvin; it's existence helped me a lot, if you don't approve of me and you want to accuse me of this and that then fair enough I'll just be on my way and you can ban me and delete this comment - as I have a feeling you might just do - it makes no difference to me.
  18. Think Crown Clinic is out, not enough results or positive feedback. Definitely interested to heard more peoples experiences with Dr Farjo, so far he is the front runner. Am I right in thinking Dr Farjo is a forum recommended surgeon? I'll look up Dr Arshad too, he's with the 'Hair Dr' isn't he? £3 a graft is defiantly great value!! I have also come across Dr Matee Rajput of the KSL Clinic (also seems to be known as Dr Matee Ullah), and many sports stars and reality TV personalities seem to go to him..... anyone know much about this clinic and doctor?
  19. I Had my FUE last year on Monday 10th February 2020 (full 1 year update included further down this thread) I was a Norwood 4/5 and had a total of around 3200 grafts I firstly came to the hair dr due to it being one of the highest rated FuE clinics in the UK and the reputation of Dr Arshad and his staff being the highest in the UK!I paid for 2900 grafts but received 3200 in the end- an extra 300 grafts for free as DR Arshad felt this would benefit my crown, this is something he didn’t have to do but kindly did so anyway I’m super scared of injections to the point I pass out involuntarily whenever I have had them in the pastto be honest the process was that good that I could easily do it all again - injections and all! The most uncomfortable part was being sat in the chair for so long, this isn’t a problem though as the staff will stop whenever you need to take a rest!The technicians who implant the hair work very hard and have been know to work all the way through to early morning when needed, they had a long day with myself (8 am till 8pm) The grafts were implanted expertly and despite hitting my head 2 or 3 times over the days after (including when getting into the car immediately after the procedure) the grafts have healed up fine and after my latest checkup all is well!I’m a huge wuss when it comes to medical procedures but I have to say, anyone thinking of doing it just go for it! There was no pain during or after the procedure (injection discomfort aside) The worst it got was a slight tingling from the healing a few days in but this went within a day, which is probably the best praise I can give in regards to the Hair DR - it really was painlessAmazing Somiya is fantastic and has been ready at all times to answer my questions after the procedure via text whenever I needed her to.(updates and results will be posted as as time goes onBefore photos :
  20. Finding real patient results speaks volumes. If your looking to stay in the uk then why not consult with Dr Arshad ? He’s forum recommended and actually really good value at £3 per graft. https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/surgeon-list/UK/United Kingdom
  21. It’s best to consult with many physicians, not just one or two. As for the claims that Dr. Arshad is not worthy of recommendation. That’s an absolutely ridiculous posts made oddly by someone who just joined and has 15 posts. That should be a huge red flag to anyone reading. Physicians are not only chosen for one-off results whether good or bad, but rather a collective of their cases, as well as their ethics and integrity. I will say that Dr. Arshad has some of the best ethics in the industry and he’s been always there for his patients bending over backwards to help. I can personally vouch for that. Beware of self-appointed experts that just joined. They are almost always undercover schills, someone’s duplicate account, or a previously banned member. None of which are good.
  22. Hi guys Unbelievable forum - so nice to see what seems on the face of it to be unbiased information -very hard to come by on this particular topic! I had an HT 5 years with The Hair Clinic only on the front of the head - did very little research, didnt know about this place - i was pretty happy with the results - though I'm not expert enough to actually judge that. Anyway, the midline and crown have lost further during that time (I stopped taking Fin for 2 years in the middle) - and I am considering a second procedure with The Hair Dr; Dr Arshad. Bit of a cheat really - I would just like a few knowledgeable people to reply saying - "no brainer, do it!!" - take the stress out of the final decision 🤣 Have already spoken with them and they have recommended 2500 grafts @ £3 each and say i have good donor and should get decent coverage over the midline, they would put more in the front and maybe a little on the crown. Idea being to have reasonable density midline to front and then whatever can be spared on the crown (I had said I was comfortable with this plan - not really expecting a "perfect" result - just some good options through the front and "not completely bald" in terms of the crown. Have put some images below to give an idea - i take 1mg Finasteride every 1 or 2 days for the past one year and going forward will stick with this. The alternative option is to say - not likely to get a good enough result - bail out now before going for a second procedure - please do say that if you think that. There are some "fuller" pictures at the end - that is with me using Toppik. Happy to continue doing that but would like to be using less to be honest - at the moment it feels like more concealer than hair! And of course i am stuck with ALWAYS needing concealer - a second HT would give some coverage without concealer - which would make life a lot easier (maybe resume swimming, wear a cap without the concealer disappearing in the middle of the day etc) So, looking for that advice guys - Stick or Twist? read some good reviews of Dr Arshad and keen to get some decent coverage - but not if those in the know look at the images and would honestly say i might be wasting my time and money chasing this. Thanks in advance
  23. See these ads a lot. Hair “boutiques” popping up all over the place. Surgery normally £2-3k. Laughable so called “reviews” i really hope people don’t get sucked in. Especially when we have Dr Arshad who is doing good work and still affordable at £3 per graft. Dread to think what the results will be like from these really low cost places. Eek 😬
  24. Hey guys, been lurking around these forums for months now and just wanted to introduce myself before I start posting!Background37 yo healthy male based in UK with Norwood 5/6 level hair loss pattern. Been losing hair since 21, really became noticeable by others around 25. I've always had super thick dense hair, that people complimented me on, and in my teenage years, rather difficult to style due to the thickness.Hair loss was enough of an issue to affect my mental health and my confidence in certain situations. Overtime that only got stronger. Started finasteride at 31 through a private prescription years after my useless doctor tried to make me feel vain for seeking out this treatment at age 25, when according to him I had "plenty of hair"!?. MPB runs through most of my family, though mine seemed to have started/progressed a lot earlier compared to older relatives.While the finasteride stabilized the loss somewhat, it never really helped grow back any hair. Thinking I probably could have halted half my loss had I started finasteride at 25, is rather upsetting. I had tried Regaine (5% minoxidil ) in earlier years with little success. Also used 12% from Belgravia alongside the fin, which I have been on for around 3 years, with a little better success of thickening existing hair. While my hairline/temples has probably receded between 2-4 inches since my youth, what really bothered me the most was my crown. I always felt conscious of it every time I got a glimpse of it on the mirror and could not shake off for days on end. I tried laser light treatments too, but that just seemed way too clunky. In the last 3 months, I also started derma-rolling with a 0.5mm roller, just to keep my existing hairs in good shape in prep for the HT more than anything.I had been thinking about hair transplants for years, but wanted to explore all non-surgical avenues first, which I think I well and truly have now. Really started serious research over the last 18 months, and it's been a process of real highs and lows, at times feeling disheartened and ultimately just exhausting. I discovered various HT forums in the last 6/7 months, which really helped with my research based on following concrete case studies which helped rule out doctors who just were not up to it. So I am ever so grateful for communities like thisMy initial focus was just in the UK, but ultimately, I had to broaden the search to consider Turkey, Belgium, as far as India. In total I have had 20+ consultations with various doctors. The range of proposals were as varied as the countries the doctors were from! I was offered between 1800-2000 grafts, just for the hairline/top half to 5000+ grafts over two day sessions to cover the front and crown. The assessment of my donor area ranged from "limited" to "very good". All 4 UK doctors I visited in person however were consistent in their assessment that my donor was good for 2 procedures up to 4000-4500 grafts. One of those doctors stated by donor density was 85 FU/cm2. I was starting to build a consensus of what was possible/achievable for me and what aligned with my preferences.Given the current state of the world, I really just wanted to find a good doctor in London, but the options of suitable doctors for my specific case were thin on the ground. There are several good doctors in London but unfortunately, I just could not find any with a convincing history of working on NW5/6 patients.I should state, I also tried to reach out to Dr Balls in the UK, Dr Couts and Dr Freitas in Spain but they were all oversubscribed and I was looking at a timeline of late 2022, just not an option for me. Eventually I shortlisted 3 doctors.Dr Arshad from the Hair Dr in Leeds, Dr Ozlem Bicer in Turkey and Dr Arika Bansal of Eugenix in India. Dr Bicer was an unlikely contender for me, due to patchy communication and it generally being difficult to really build a rapport with the clinic, many things lost in translation. At first look she seemed mostly to do very dense packing front hairlines, great results but fewer crown work. But there was something about Dr Bicer's profile and some of her patients that really captured me, I was drawn to couple of patients I found relatable and who were in similar stages of hair loss to me, who underwent transplant and reported a good experience.Unfortunately, India was soon not an option at all. Then also in early January I believe, Turkey banned UK travellers from entering. For a few weeks, I thought the choice was pretty much made for me. Dr Arshad seemed to be a great, so I was happy to explore further into that. Problem is, when I eventually managed to talk to him on video (I already had a date booked in April just prior to it) it was very very short. A couple of things he said concerned me, in particular that he may not be able to give me any coverage in crown if I wanted good results in the hairline/top first. This off course, after I had already had extensive discussions with Sommiya, the practice manager about my concerns and wishes and how I wanted even a little coverage in my crown so that I wasn't totally bald in one area. The second thing that stood out to me, was when asked about the various extraction/incision punch sizes, he stated, for me he would probably use 1.2mm incisions (cant remember if he actually meant extractions here) since I look to have thick hair. That worried me a little, as I though that must mean more bleeding and longer recovering time (one of the things that's held me back from HT for so long is because I am of a nervous disposition, I do not like seeing blood or needles much!). I had looked into this topic enough to get a sense that skilled and experienced surgeons should be able to use 0.8-0.9mm punch sizes to extract multiple hairs, and not use bigger ones, just because its easier.I had to take a step back and could not proceed with the April date. I tried to arrange a further call, even suggesting to get a train up to Leeds for a face to face consultation, but unfortunately that was not possible due to the clinic no longer offering face to face meetings as the best way to minimize the covid risks to the clinic.In the meantime, I followed through with a final consultation with another Harley Street clinic I had already arranged months prior, which ended up being rather disappointing. I kept communications with Ozen, Dr Bicer's coordinator, and toyed with different scenarios in which I could achieve the results I would be happy with there. Dr Bicer stated I would need 7000+ grafts over 2 sessions a year apart to get both crown and hairline/top done. First session would be for 3800 grafts, and the second session only confirmed after that, if my donor was good enough. Initially they had a couple of dates in May and then no availability until September. But the May dates came and went by.At this point I was all too aware how much time and energy I'd already dedicated to this process, and I felt like I had already waited too long to do this, I just wanted to make a decision and get it done this summer/autumn. And with covid still lingering on, it seems now is as good as ever for some downtime to recover and being able to work from home during the worst bits!By a twist of fate, in the last days of May, I heard Turkey was allowing Brits in again and got in touch in Ozen and they also coincidentally had a cancellation in June!When I spoke to Dr Bicer, suddenly all the prior communication problems seemed a mute point, she seemed very warm and I did not feel rushed in the call. She assessed my donor again in video (not in the best lighting) and again reiterated my donor might not be strong enough to support both procedures. So I put forth my bottom line, given I had 3800-4000 to play with, I confirmed I would like us to sit down in person and decide how we put those to use before the surgery. As I hung up, I had a date booked in June!! Slight problem, Turkey was on UK's RED list of countries, an effective travel ban.I will post very soon to let you all know what happens next! But here are some pics of my scalp and donor area for now
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