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  1. Hi Guys, wanted to share my results, after 11 months. did the transplant 20/10, 3664 grafts, crown will be done 20/11/21. I have only excellent things to say about Bicer and I think the results are over my expectations. feel free to ask any information you want and I’ll try to help and to share from my experience.
  2. I agree with you, but to be honest I think most of the ones(possibly over 90%) who are thinking about a hair transplant would not pay 25,000 dollars for new hair. Personally I would rather shave and grow a beard if I were to pay that. It is indeed a deciding factor in a sense, it is good though with forums like this because you can choose someone like Dr Demirsoy or Dr Bicer for a affordable but safe procedure with the probability of a good result and you only pay 1,25-1,5 euro per graft.
  3. Hi Everyone, I’m a 32-year-old male from the UK, new to the forum, but now ready and wanting to improve my hairline through an FUE transplant. In terms of background, I noticed that my hairline was starting to recede when I was 21 and have been watching it slowly edge backwards for over a decade. I also have the early beginnings of loss in the crown area, but this doesn’t seem to have progressed since I started taking finasteride a couple of years ago. I haven’t noticed any negative side effects from the finasteride. I have also been using topical minoxidil since I was 21. Few photos attached. Think I’m somewhere between a Norwood 2/3 maybe, but the loss to date has had a big impact on my confidence. I don’t necessarily want my 21-year-old self’s hairline back, but I’d feel much better with improved coverage in the temple areas. I had a consultation with Dr Reddy booked last year whilst he was still operating through the Private Clinic, but the Private Clinic cancelled/messed me around and it took me a while to discover that Dr Reddy now has his own practice, so I’m looking to get that consultation rearranged. I’m also aware of Dr Bicer and Dr Arshad who I first came across through this forum. Their work also looks fantastic. Interested in everyone’s thoughts on other surgeons in Europe that may be worth considering? My primary concern is maximising my chances of getting a good, natural looking result whilst preserving my donor area for future transplants. Cost will be a relevant consideration, but it’s not my primary motivator - aware of an increased cost if I commit to remaining the in the UK. Thanks
  4. Hello! After a long, long time of procrastinating and researching, I decided to finally go through with a HT. Now I want to share with all of your my experience and progress. I've been suffering from hair loss for a very long time, since I was 20 I think. Now I am 28, and with 2.5 years (I think, maybe more) of finasteride. I also took Minoxidil off-on for a while, but I wasn't consistent. My hair loss is genetic, but I really ignored the signs until it was too late and I ended up NW 6. I think finasteride helped. I'm pretty sure my condition has stabilized since I started taking it. Anyway, I am a very cautious person, so I decided to closely study the whole hair transplant deal as much as I could. Unfortunately, my hair is relatively bright and very thin, so my hair loss is more pronounced than most people. Also, because my hair loss was at such an advanced stage, I knew there was no room for errors, which I found were a bit too common to my liking with the cheaper clinics (and they also usually post dark haired results). Since I knew I required a large number of grafts, I realized that going for the highest priced clinics was a bit out of my reach. Luckily enough, I found through this forum Dr. Bicer's clinic, and with all the high praise she receives here I felt confident to go through with it. It was especially important to me that I go to a clinic where I'm the only patient, and not a 'hair mill'. I should note here that I sent my case to several clinics beside Bicer, and while most of them came up with the same recommendation of 4000-4200 grafts, Dr. Bicer initially advised me to only do 3000 grafts. This is because I am relatively young and she wanted to preserve my donor area in the case of additional hair loss. This cautious advice also gave me good impression. Dr. Bicer's assistant, Ozen, was very kind, and answered all of my question via WhatsApp, and even arranged a video call with Dr. Bicer, where she answered my questions. Ozen sent me a very detailed paper with explanations of what was going to happen before, during and after the surgery. It contained a price quote for 1.5*3000+300 EUR, for the VIP package (transfers+hotel). After I decided to go through the operation, I paid 500 EUR in advance through my bank. Luckily enough, I did not have to wait long for the operation as a slot cleared for about 2 weeks following my decision. Day -1 (day before the operation) My flight arrived late, so I think the travel company had to get another taxi. I waited a while, but not too much. A VIP taxi took me straight to the hotel, which was literally 2 minutes walk from the clinic. Dr. Bicer's assistant, Ozen, sent me a convenient photo to show me where it is. The hotel was grand, very tidy and clean (except a huge dead moth I found on the floor, lol). Dinner at the hotel was great and inexpensive (maybe I will go to Turkey on vacation next time...) I took a shower and went to sleep. Day 0 (operation day) Woke up, had a big, good breakfast, took another shower, and headed to the clinic. Note - go around the building from the RIGHT. Accidently circled it from the left. Told the guard at the building where the clinic is that I'm there for Dr. Bicer (note: pronounced like teacher), and he let me in and told me the room and floor. I met with Dr. Bicer's Assistant, Ozen. She explained to me the procedure and the necessary aftercare, and brought me forms to fill. She even had the forms in my native language! You basically have to sign at the bottom of each page and also fill some other details occasionally. Then I also had to copy a few paragraphs with my own handwriting (apparently part of the bureaucracy mandated by the Turkish government). Ozen then gave me a cap hat, a neck pillow and a small bag with medications and lotions and usage instructions. After that I met with Dr. Bicer. She explained to me the overall procedure and examined my hair closely in order to decide the extent of the surgery. At site, she told me that she recommended me to go with 3800 grafts instead of the original 3000. She said that because my hair loss was so advanced, I just didn't have much more to lose, and so she could harvest more of my donor area. I agreed and Ozen went to write a new price quote. I had my pictures taken and then went back to Dr. Bicer to draw the hairline. Dr. Bicer chose a very conservative hairline for me- nearly the same as my current, very thin hairline. I was quite surprised since I assumed that more grafts would allow for a lower hairline, but she told me that she preferred density over area. I asked her 'how low she can go' with my hair, but even the less conservative hairline she drew was really conservative, so I figured I should just go with what she recommends. She looked over her drawing a few times to make sure the hairline as straight, and then I went to get shaved, and also get some blood extracted for the grafts. Apparently, there was an issue with a gel-filling customer who claimed that her lips were still too small or something, so we had to start the operation at quite a late hour. Operation The operation room as on the second floor of the clinic. I had to take off my shoes at the entrance. I then changed my shirt for an operating vest and lay on the table. There were two technicians helping Dr. Bicer with the procedure. They were very nice, but barely spoke any English. Ozen had to come a few times to translate. The first part of the operation was the graft extraction. I was hooked to an IV. First I had needle-less anesthesia (it felt kinda like a stapler? can't really explain), it wasn't bad, just long and annoying (I think I had like a 100 of those). And then they injected something to dilate my skin, I believe. This part hurt like a b*ch, but the technicians made sure to give me more anesthesia if it hurt. After that Dr. Bicer and the technicians extracted the grafts with automated FUE. It felt like little drills in my head (but didn't hurt at all). The grafts were put into a solution with my blood. I think this whole part took like 3 hours. I didn't really have a sense of time during the surgery, and during this part I apparently even fell asleep. After that they bandaged the area. At around 14:00 we had a break and I was treated to Turkish Doner. Yum. Then we resumed. I was again given anesthesia and skin dilation (this time to the recipient area). It hurt a bit more than the donor. Dr. Bicer then did the incisions. Again little drills in my head, doesn't hurt. I think this took like 2-3 hours. Last part- putting the grafts in the incisions. This part was annoying- creepy sensation of things put into my head, and also it was the longest part. I think this took like 4 hours. The technicians did most of this part, Dr. Bicer came in occasionally to supervise. I had to ask for two breaks during this part, I was starting to get exhausted. I was given some sweet juice during those breaks. Apparently this was an unusually long operation (both the duration, and the late starting hour). Finally, we were done at around 21:00. I was a bit dizzy from the anesthesia and lying for so long. My dad somehow managed to get Ozen's number (I did not give it to him), he was really stressed because the hour was late and I didn't contact him lol. Ozen gave her phone to me and I recorded him a quick message. After a few minutes of composing myself, I wore my shirt again and headed for the hotel. Had dinner, took an antibiotic and went to sleep (on the side). Day 1 in next post. If there is anything I forgot to mention, do tell me. EDIT: Changed emojis to neutral ones.
  5. Tnx, nice work by dr. Bicer, good strategy, she covered very good your front-middle scalp, and left only crown , and as can see from this photo not too much left to cover, and very nice you look after OP. You are lucky one that have good donor area, hope will be similar in my case with donor, and with good results like your . Wish you good luck for 2nd session and to be good results as at 1st session !
  6. Almost all male members of my family have/had some issues with hair loss. My grandad was Va/VI on the Hamilton-Norwood scale. I am 27 and started to lose hair when I was ~16. Till 19 years old I had pretty long hair which I cut as my hair loss started to be visible. Then, around 2015 I started to have seborrheic dermatitis (itch, greasy hair, pimples which often caused small bleeding and later scabs). I began a full therapy: - Finasteride (1 mg/day), - Minoxidil (5%), - Isotretinoin (10 mg/day), Right now I take/use: - Finasteride (1 mg/day), - Minoxidil (5%), - Saw palmetto, - two shampoos: Ducray Sensinol shampoo on a daily basis and Mediket Ictamo twice a week, - Belosalic twice a week (Betamethasonum + Acidum salicylicum), - Vitamine D, - Zinc. I plan to add Nizoral and T/Gel as shampoos to keep my head under control. Honestly, I thought I am III vertex right now but going to IV but according to replies I received I am already IV-V. Finasteride just stops/slows down the process. I have sent inquiries to Dr. Bicer, Dr. Demirsoy, Dr. Turan. Unfortunately, Dr. Turan has free slots only for the end of March. So both Dr. Bicer and Dr. Demirsoy have evaluated my case and Dr. Bicer said I need around 4000 grafts. Dr. Demirsoy: 3500-3800. It was a bit sad as I am only 27 and I thought I saw very nice results from members with higher loss and lower number of grafts. But what can you do, right? Anyway, Dr. Bicer wants to perform my surgery with 3000 grafts, start from the front and go to the top, then I would (most probably) need a second session after a year. So I like this idea. I think the first surgery will help me with my life + I would still have 5000 grafts + body hairs left for the future. The only issue is that the next available slot is in February. Dr. Demirsoy, however, wants to use 3000-3500 grafts and start from the front and continue as backwards as possible. There will be needed a second session for the crown area. Well, I suffer also because of my crown and do not know what is better: to leave the crown as it is for a year or try to cover it at least a bit. The best thing is that Dr. Demirsoy has available slots in November and December and that would be the best timing for me. I have to say, both doctors made a really good impression on me. They have proposed a conservative hair line and have not promised me any miracles. So I think I just need to ask you: what would you do in my case? Of course, one photo of me is from 2011. I miss them.
  7. Ozlem Bicer MD-Hair Transplant-3190 Grafts FUE by micro-motor, 6. months result Patient's age: 32 Single: 1480 Double:1250 Multiple: 460
  8. Yes, figured it out, I asked if you can post some actual photo where the crown can be seen, because in all photos you posted no crown visible, it would be good to see the actual photo with crown, to see what kind of work dr. Bicer did to the part around crown, as some people she suggested too 2x sessions, 1x front+mid and 2x crown, so if you can please post your actual crown photo that we can see her work around crown.
  9. Quick back story, I’m 33 and have been losing hair for about 7-8 years. I’ve began to research hair transplants and landed on turkey. I reached out to Dr. Kesler and was turned away as “he only does small procedures.” I am in contact with Bicer but her coordinator has been taking her sweet ass time with responding. I’ve also reached out to Demirsoy and Bisanga in Brussels but have had no response as of yet. All initial contact has been within the last week btw. Anyways, my question for you guys is, does anyone know of a doctor that performs high quality work around a price point of what I can expect to spend on a quality HT in turkey that can get me coverage and density in a single treatment? I’m not even sure if coverage and density is even an option? Basically, I’m just hoping to get more insight, more direction, and a little bit of hope lol. I’ve seen pictures of men with hair loss that looks way more advanced than mine but for some reason I am getting denied or told 2 sessions and it’s not adding up for me. Please help. Pics are attached. Thanks!
  10. No natural hair. I was Norwood 6. Doesn’t make sense to consume Finasteride based on Dr. Bicer advice.
  11. I'm relatively new to this but would appreciate if someone can help me understand this better. What exactly do the other doctors charging > 2.5 (Pekiner, Ferrier, de Freitas) do better than someone like Bicer who charges only 1.5 for micromotor extraction? I've looked extensively at all their results on here, as well os on Alopezie and Bellicapelli and see that Bicer's work seems equally good? 1. Is it just that it's more likely to be a hit and miss with the technicians doing the implantation? 2. is the micromotor technique inferior to the manual punch technique as far as graft survival and preservation go? Would really appreciate if someone can shed light on this. Bicer's work seems awesome but it seems like I'm missing something if it's an entire Euro cheaper than the other surgeons' work...
  12. Damn that looks awesome. Are you taking Finasteride to protect any remaining vulnerable hair? And does Dr. Bicer think you have enough good donor to transplant if not?
  13. I have seen some nice results of Bicer, but did not dig deep into here results. Anyway, I believe, that you are missing the most important point. Bicer is also not "an entire € cheaper", she is 3+ € cheaper than most top clinics in Europe and maybe 8+ € than the top US clinics. Why is that? - Micromotor and technicians involvement play a small role (you can make an entire thread about motor vs. manual punch) - Location and local cost play a huge role. - Longevity plays a huge role (younger, unknown clinic charge typically less) In the end, the market makes the price as always.
  14. I had a great experience with Dr Ozlem Bicer in Istanbul. I did a lot of research on different clinics and watched a lot of YouTube videos before I contacted her office. Turkey has the reputation of offering hair transplants for great prices, but with that, a lot of shady operations have flooded the market with unqualified "transplant shops" where the doctor is barely involved and the techs are not qualified to perform the procedure. They also schedule several clients per day and follow up care is non-existant. Being wary of that, I was confident in choosing Dr Bicer based on the information I found online and from corresponding with her staff. Dr Bicer only takes one client per day and she performs most of the procedure (the most important parts). When I went (August 31st, 2020), she was taking a client every other day due to Covid, so the staff could thoroughly disinfect the office and operation room between procedures. That added to my confidence that I'd found a good doctor. The facilities and staff were all very professional--the clinic was spotless and the entire operation was efficient and everyone was incredibly friendly. The first part of the process is determining the hairline which Dr Bicer did with my input. They then shaved my head and performed the only part of the procedure that caused any type of pain--the anesthetic, but it really wasn't that bad at all. Just like every other operation or visiting the dentist, it was a series of shots and punches that felt like a rubber band being snapped on my head. A few minutes later, they tested all areas to ensure that the anesthetic covered the full harvest area. Additional shots were placed where needed. Along with Dr Bicer, the techs that assisted her have 20 years of experience with hair transplants, so I felt extremely confident that I was in good hands. The next part was to extract the grafts, which was done by Dr Bicer and her two techs--I had over 3000 grafts taken, so they took turns with the extraction process. They used a "first in, first out" process with extraction and re-installation of the grafts to ensure that they spent as little time as possible being stored in the solution. The next part was the most important, and was done entirely by Dr Bicer--she made the 3000 incisions in the top of my head. It's really important to get this right as there are only so many grafts available, and the large area must be re-planted with grafts in such a way as to look natural. It was a very detailed process, so Dr Bicer had the techs install the grafts during the final phase. She was available throughout and checked in often to ensure that everything was going okay. I never felt any pain whatsoever during the entire three phases of the procedure and ended up listening to a couple of podcasts during the last part. It was a long process--nearly ten hours total, but it went by quickly and they provided a quick lunch break in the middle. It was a great feeling to be the only client in the clinic and to have so many people (six in all) completely focused on my procedure. Something like that in the States is pretty much unheard of, and the cost of such services would be way out of my price range. The total cost for me was US$4500. They requested a $500 deposit to hold the appointment slot for me, and I paid the balance on the day of the procedure. I was given several pills to take over the following five days, as well as lotion, shampoo, and a hat that would be safe to wear a couple days later. I left the office with bandages on the back of my head and returned the next morning to have those removed--at that point I could start wearing the hat. I was on my way home from working in Iraq, so I was able to spend ten days in Istanbul to have the procedure done in the beginning, then relax and recover for a week before I flew home to the US. Staying that long wasn't necessary, but I had the time and also wanted to get some dental work done as well since it's so much cheaper than in the States. Dr Bicer actually called her dentist for me and was able to get me an appointment a couple of days later. I saved thousands of dollars with my dental work, as well as probably $10-15k with the hair transplant procedure, so I feel like my ten days in Istanbul were an excellent investment in my health and appearance. I've done a lot of traveling (50+ countries over all seven continents), so I had no hesitation at all with entrusting my health to someone overseas. My parents and I were in Istanbul in 2012,and my dad unfortunately slipped on some wet tiles and broke his ankle. He was admittedly very nervous to get it set in Istanbul but both he and his doctor back home were very happy with the way the doctor performed the operation. As long as you do your research and find reputable care, Istanbul is an excellent place to get medical care. I went back to Dr Bicer's office one last time to get my head shampooed--I had done it myself for the previous two days, but they offered me a cleaning and I was headed back that way anyway for two follow up dentist appointments. The clinic is on the Asian side of Istanbul, so be aware of that when making plans for accommodations. They offer help with securing reservations at the Sheraton Hotel across the street (as well as airport transfers), but I'm a frugal traveler and got a cheap place about a 5-minute taxi ride away. Overall, I am extremely happy with how everything turned out. I'm glad I spent the time to do the research and find a great doctor--this isn't the kind of operation that you want to take chances on...spend the going rate for the procedure and don't try to get a cheap deal with an inferior clinic. Five stars for Dr Bicer and her team, I may be back to see her again as my brother is interested in a transplant as well.
  15. Hello Guys, I would like to tell you about my hair transplantation with Dr. Bicer on 04.12.2020. For a long time I have been dealing with the subject of hair transplantation. 2 years ago I already had a hair transplantation on a scar that I have on my head. At that time 1500 grafts were transplanted there. With now 25 years and years of research, I have now decided to renew my receding hairline and hairline. I contacted several doctors and listened to my gut feeling at that time, which was best with Mrs. Bicer. So I flew to Turkey on Friday. We did the preliminary consultation and all my questions were answered. We went through the complete procedure and the graft distribution. Actually my plan was that I would also like to transplant the tonsure. It looked very bright in the light. But Mrs. Bicer advised me against it. She said that my tonsure is not yet seriously affected by hair loss. So she wanted to put all the grafts into the hairline. That way, we saved grafts for the future and I still have the possibility to react to further hair loss. So I decided to have only the hairline done. On Saturday I had breakfast and was picked up from the hotel. We went through everything again and shaved the hair and drew the hairline. Again, Mrs. Bicer was very anxious to make me completely satisfied. Afterwards the anesthesia started. It was a bit painful, but I survived it. The removal of the grafts and opening of the canals was done by Fr. Bicer herself. There were 2 assistants to help with the insertion of the grafts. Mrs. Bicer was always with one of them and asked if everything was all right. With a short lunch break, the complete operation took about 8 hours. Afterwards I went to the hotel. I got some pills and went to sleep. Now I am back in Germany. Tomorrow I will do my first hair wash. So far everything heals as it should. I would like to post regular updates here. You are welcome to send me your opinion about hair transplantation. I will also gladly answer your questions. Regards
  16. Hello everyone! Firstly, I would like to point out that I'm so glad that I found this forum 😊 I've been lurking for quite a while here and read ton of posts. I finally decided to create my own topic and ask you guys for some advices. About me: I'm 25 years old (soon 26). Since I was 20 years old I have been told by that my hair is thin and that I'm balding. I just kept ignoring it and my hair didn't change at all or atleast it didn't change too much (I think so, not sure though). I had thin hair since I remember. Family history: My dad is 61 and still has nice hair. I got same receding hairline like him and have been told by hairdresser that we got pretty alike hair, but I doubt it. He has thick black/grey hair and he started seeing grey hair when he was about 20. My maternal grandfather always had nice hair. My mom and my maternal grandmother both have thin hair. I got very similiar hair to my mom. So my guess is that I inherited hair from my mom. Medicaments/disorders: Half year ago I went to the best trychologist in my country (atleast from my research it turned out that she was the best). I was diagnosed with male pattern baldness and got prescribed oral minox and 1mg fin. In my opinion my hair didn't change too much on fin, but when I visited hair last week, I have been told that she can see some improvement and told me to keep taking those meds. I also have been told that I'm Norwood 1 and my baldness pattern is more alike to female pattern baldness (which kind of confirms my theory that I inherited my mom's hair). I also got high TSH levels. Photos/hair: I have attached all photos below. My balding pattern is best visible in good light (photo: top scalp1). Questions: Firstly, apologizes for prolonged introduction. I wanted to give you guys as much information as I could. Now finally getting to meritum: I'm planning to get hair transplant in december/january. My top 1 surgeon is Dr. Bicer. I was also thinking about Dr.Feriduni. Of course I'm still open to other surgeons options. Can you guys advice me which surgeon would be better for my balding pattern? I have seen alike cases like mine with Dr. Bicer. I would love to get rid of my receding hairline and thicken my frontal scalp. Also, how many grafts would I need in your opinions? Best regards and thank you so much for potential responses in advance.
  17. Ozlem Bicer MD-2420+1140 Grafts FUE Patient's age: 26 NW Scala : VII 2 multiple operations 1st day: Posterior zone (neck) Single: 1765 Double:530 Mutliple: 125 Total: 2420 3rd day: Chest zone Single: 850 Double:290 Total:1140
  18. I’ve been researching hair transplants for quite a bit of time. Located in the Northeast part of the United States. Ultimately I’m likely deciding to go to Turkey given significant expertise there along with better value for the cost. Ultimately the price is not the most important but I do think there’s a pretty substantial difference in price that’s almost double with HLC versus bicer. I am quoted to get around 4000 grafts and it cost me around 13,000 at HLC including flight versus approximately 7000 at Bicer. Do you see honestly much better results with HLC. I’d much rather spend the 6000 extra of them and I had a much more likely better outcome. However if it’s negligible difference I don’t want to spend that extra money. Thank you. I’d prefer a place in the states but I can’t get 4000 grafts for less than 22k and not sure it would be that much better. Appreciate the input.
  19. Hello everyone. In this review i'm going to tell about the my HT experience with Dr. Biçer. I started to go bald something like 5 years ago. In 2017 it was evident that I have hair problems. So I've used minoxidil generic for 2 years, and there was progress, but not too much (use only original products, fellas). Since March 2020 I use Finasteride 2.5mg per day. I already can advice to people who starting to lose hair - go to your doctor and start the treatment immeadiately if you didn't. You'll thank yourself later for this, trust me. Maybe you don't have to go through HT. After 8 months Fin I've noticed that some hair regrowed, but it wasn't enough. The gaps were too big already and I didn't want to comb my hair per 30 minutes to hide them for the rest of my life. So I've started doing research for a hair surgery. Dr. Özlem Biçer wasn't the first doctor that I found, but she was the doctor who I chose thanks to this forum. I've firmly decided to choose Dr. Bicer's clinic because of reasons that: 1) Clinic operates almost 20 years 2) They only treat 1 patient per day, and due the COVID-19 they do only 3 patients per week(so there's plenty of room to rest between the operations) 3) Dr. Biçer does the incisions part by herself and her technician team is also very skilled and experienced. First of all I've texted coordinator of the clinic. My special thanks for Özen - she is very professional and helpful. She provided me full information with explanations for everything and was very polite. Later I've contacted the doctor directly via Whatsapp and she asked me what do I expect from the operation. She said that my age (23) is very young and she's going to be protective of my donor in case I need another surgery. She was going to take 2500 grafts. I was ok with that and we scheduled the operation for February, 2. In the clinic Dr.Biçer did consult me again and said that she's going to take 2500±200 grafts - ~2000 for my hairline and the rest for the crown. Anesthesia and taking grafts went okay. Totally 3106 grafts was extracted by Dr.Biçer. She wanted to cover my crown because I've asked to switch the priority from frontline. So she decided to do front and crown both at one time. That was very nice of her. Also before the incision part I've been provided with scheduled lunch and a sudden piece of cake in the honor of Özen's birthday After this was the incision part done only by doctor herself. Everything went smoothly and technicians had put the grafts. Also Dr.Biçer regularry checked the process and my condition. Special thanks to assistant Mary, who speaked Russian - my native language. That was very comforting and accomodating. Regarding all this I can surely say the whole team is very professional. My experience was great and comfortable. I would like to post regular updates here. You are welcome to send me your constructive opinion about HT. I will also gladly answer your questions.
  20. Can you post some photo of your actual situation with crown? Cause didn't see on your previous photos crown state, that we can understand better strategy of dr. Bicer grafts distribution, for 1st + 2nd session.
  21. Hello I’m 31 yo not taking and medication or doing treatment for hair loss. I’m Looking for a while to do my HT but I need help to make a decision I was consulted with Dr. Bruno Ferreira and Dr. Pekiner representatives both surgeons evaluate 3500 grafts . I have seeing few good reviews in this forum also about Dr. Bicer and I’m thinking to contact her clinic as well and open for any other surgeons suggestions for my case . I consulted with 2 other clinics Eugenix and Bisanga they evaluate 2500-3000 grafts would like to hear your opinion on the grafts number. Bisanga not an option out of my budget and Eugenix prefer not to travel to India for now so both not on my list anymore. I appreciate your help
  22. I am not going to argue again with you about techniques because its no point. Bicer did increase her price recently, she was 1,25 euro per graft. I am very sure that if she goes up to 1,75 euro per graft she will be fully booked for months to come anyways. She could do 1,75 then 2 euro after a while. Pekiner is 2,50, maybe she need to be lower than him, that I will agree on.
  23. Like @Gasthoerer explained it’s about location and Dr. Bicer being located in Turkey won’t be able to increase her price to 2€/graft because all other Turkish Doctors in that price point are doing the whole surgery themselves with a more demanding/skilled technique.
  24. Its just that these you mentioned have been appreciated for a longer time. I am sure Bicer will be 2+ euro in two to three years when she have gained a reputation everywhere that she is a great Dr. I have alot of respect for De Freitas results, which in the end is the most important thing. But I would never ever choose him myself because he does 2 patients a day. For 3,50 euro per graft I would choose someone who does only 1.
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