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  1. 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.
  2. 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
  3. Against the odds with all the travel restrictions, I was intent on this mission to end what feels likes years of indecision. Warning, if this is too long please feel free to skip to pictures if you just wanna see the results. Even if this helps one person get another glimpse of surgery with Dr Bicer this may be worth it. I wrote much of this along the way, which I have a habit of doing ( I used to travel blog ) Just putting it together now. After a stressful uncertain journey, I arrived in Istanbul the afternoon before and went straight for pre surgery consultation after landing that evening. (I didn't opt for the clinics "VIP" support package, where they take care of accommodation for 2 nights and transfers for you. I was staying 5 nights. So just booked the Sheraton myself and got a taxi there.) Consultation day before When I arrived for the consultation, I was welcomed at the door by Dr Bicer herself. After a quick greeting, we sat down and I was given a whole bunch of forms to sign. There were over 15 pages to sign and it took a while to read through them. Meanwhile they were just finishing up with the patient that day, a Brazilian guy here for his second HT. I met him afterwards and we had a nice chat and he seemed happy. The first thing he said to me was "you look good you don't need a HT!" All subjective I guess? He talked about his prior experience having a HT in Germany and that he found this much more pleasant. He was kind enough to let me inspect his crown close up, and I was impressed with that I saw. I was slightly miffed however by the content of the pile of paperwork on my lap. Suggesting certain information was explained/relayed to me, when in fact they were not. Things like the prep leading up to surgery and what to do/not to do etc. Maybe this wasn't sent because there was doubt I would make it? I kept Ozen informed about the UK travel restrictions. I just don't know. Ozen was always available and answered any questions promptly, just perhaps not proactive with certain things. I got the distinct feeling she was juggling a lot of different patients. For any other place, I think this may have been a problem, especially for someone like me with a nervous disposition but I kept reminding myself the reasons I was keen on this clinic and it was all down to the wonderful feedback/results and experiences you guys have all shared on this space. I informed Dr Bicer I just took some painkillers a few days ago after my first covid vaccine, other than that I had a couple of drinks 4 nights before (they advise not to drink the 15 days prior surgery!) Sigh. Then Dr explained this won't be too much of a problem. Blood thinners are the main concern I believe, but that I already knew because I was sent some pre-op instructions by another clinic back in April. After the Brazilian guy left, we finally sat down and discussed the plan. Dr Bicer had a quick physical assessment of my donor area (note there was no tech or tools like a Trichoscan that some clinics use) she noted my donor area was OK and we could proceed with the 3800 session. We then discussed how we use that and the density we could aim for. Knowing perhaps she may be used to doing high density hairlines, I suggested I would be happy with a moderate coverage of 45-50 FUcm2 in hairline. In the interest of speed I drew up a planned diagram in the plane to illustrate the split of grafts. She stated we may not have enough to do 1000 grafts in my crown but she would try for around 700. This seemed agreeable as I was happy to have light coverage in crown for the first session. We left it there and I was told to come in around 8.30am-9 in the morning. I walked back to the hotel comfortable enough to put my trust in Dr Bicer's hands. I had such a positive feeling. Surgery day In the morning of the surgery I woke up early and made my way there for 9am . This time I was met by Ozen. There was a shoe bag outside to wrap my feet in while I entered. We discussed the final bits of paperwork including handwriting a statement saying I was making an informed decisions etc etc Ozen then went through the aftercare package and the instructions for the medications/shampoo/washing etc (again this would have been much more helpful to be sent in writing) There were quite a hive of activity in the clinic at that point with several members of staff in motion and phones ringing etc. We then sorted out the payments and I taken to the photo room to have my before pre-op photos taken. Then Dr Bicer came in to do a few measurements and start drawing the hairline. She checked in with me to make sure I was happy. We had a couple of attempts but I was ok with what I was shown. Essentially a very conservative hair line going from where my front tuff already was and building back a little of the sides. There was no real focus on the temples as I suppose I would just not have enough grafts to play with for this session. She spent more than half hour drawing on my head and I can already tell, this isn't just a robotic operation, she loves what she does and wants to make sure the hairline suits my face. Then it was time to shave off my head and while a blood sample was taken.. at the point I was getting rather tense and requested some sedatives. After my head was shaved, the head markings were re-drawn again but I no longer kept track of where that was anymore. Time to go up to the surgery room, it was already past 10.30am! My arm was bleeding a fair bit as I was told to keep pressing into it. Surgery Room The surgery room itself is fairly small but adequate, I was introduced to the two technicians and the third assistant, who will mostly be helping the other two. After changing into the gown in a separate changing room/bathroom for the patient. I laid down on the surgery chair noting it to be rather comfortable. Dr Bicer showed me the micromotor and then the local anaesthetic began. The anaesthetic involved individual pricks (like the ones you do for finger prick blood tests) the two assistants helped with that as there was about at least 25 of that, I lost count. The back of my head became numb quite rapidly, and they checked it was so. Finally Dr Bicer started the extractions. After a while the 2 technicians took over with the rest of the extractions. I was periodically checked on to make sure I was ok and with pain etc including having my blood pressure check etc. I even managed to fall asleep for a abit and woke up when Dr bicer was ready for incisions. I then really felt the new local anaesthetic in the recipient area and I must have dozed off again. The one thing I wasn't quite clear on was why I had a needle plugged into my wrist, which was quite uncomfortable at times. But I don't remember this being explain to me, initially. Later when I asked I got the answer. The incisions were all finished about about 3.15 pm and then I was had a short break to eat lunch which was ordered and prepared for me in next room. Then suddenly there was celebrations in the kitchen.. it was one of the other assistants birthday and we had a lovely slice of a very velvety cake. This one seems to be a signature treat for all Bicer HTs? Then back to the surgery room and the implanting began. During the first half of implanting I felt quite relaxed and dosed off a couple more times. Dr Bicer periodically came back to the room asking me if I was OK. Throughout the whole implantation, they sprayed my whole head with lots of what I guess was a saline spray? Later, there were times I could really feel them pushing the grafts in. This one went on for abit.. and then I suddenly starting to feel some pain at the front of the head.. I asked to have more anaesthetic without really being aware of how far along they really were.. as it turned out they were almost finished. Suddenly everyone was up and moving about... I was done! It was now fully dark out ..it had just turned 9pm. Almost 11 hours in the operating room! The assistants held me as I got up slowly. And there was Dr Bicer with a smile that radiated right back at me. The first thing she said was how pleased she was. As we slowly walked back to her office she says she reckons I won't even need a second session now. Those words were like music to my ears! I was over the moon. She asked me how I felt about the whole process and that she would like me to write a review online when I can etc. Dr Bicer advised I could sleep on my side with the travel pillow provided. At this point everyone seemed to have disappeared from the clinic, and soon we walked out the clinic together. Surgery Evening As I got back to the Sheraton next door, I had the biggest smile inside and out. The relief that I'd finally done this and it's gone well. I called my brother and a friend to tell them all about the day. Then had a quick dinner in the room and settled in for the night. And only then realised they did not take any post op photos?! So I am attaching my own I then noticed some bleeding and promptly messaged Ozen who asked me to call Dr Bicer. She informed that was nothing to worry about. It took a while for me to calm down after that, as I was worried the blood was gonna drip all over the lovely bed but I eventually managed to get a few hours of sleep. Day After Surgery The next morning I woke up feeling totally fine other than a bit of soreness. I contacted Ozen to check what time I should go back to the clinic to have the bandage removed. Later that afternoon I went back to an almost empty clinic, both Ozen and Dr Bicer were off on holiday and one of the assistants took out my bandage and gave me a head band and a hat to wear. More on this and the aftercare later. Only time will tell how this turn out for me and whether or not this was the best choice, as there were many paths I could have gone with. I am very thankful for Dr Bicer and Ozen, for the care with which they carried out the op, I always felt like I was in good hands, and it was obvious this wasn't just about the money for them. In any case, I am just happy to have done this finally. My mum always says, now is always the best time, because that's all we have guaranteed On a side note, I was a little worried about posting this because I do not want to encourage anyone to travel against their governments advice. My regular travel insurance would not cover this so I had to get special insurance for high risk travel that normally Journalists would get when they report from war zones! To add to that, my return flight back to UK got cancelled, as no airline is currently allowed to fly passengers directly from Turkey to UK. So I've had quite abit of run-around and still, even when I eventually do fly home, I won't be able to go to my home but rather a government quarantine hotel for 10 days until they deem me to be in the clear from covid. Unless you thrive in those kind of stressful situations or the thought of being locked up in a hotel room for 10 days and paying an extra 2000 pounds for the privilege, this is really not the a good time to travel. I will follow up with my day 2-10 progress very soon
  4. Hello everyone, After thinking about it for two years, and having done an extensive research, 17 days ago I finally took action and had my hair transplant. I’m 25 years old , and just like for everyone else here I guess, hair fall has been one of the biggest obstacles I have stumbled upon so far. I still remember that “turning point” moment 3 years ago when I found out that I was losing hair, and that it was a genetic trait just like skin color. My grandfather was a NW7 when he passed away aged 67, so you can imagine my sadness when I found out that my very prized hair could potentially gradually vanish in the course of the next 15-20 years. I tried minoxidil for 6-7 months in 2018-19 with no success (I actually think it made my hair status worse), and finasteride is simply a risk ( though small, according to studies) that I’m not willing to take. So, after having seen I was left with no options, I told myself that I would had a HT once I was 25 (Recommended age to do it). When I started my research, I was shocked with a huge number of clinics and surgeons worldwide, and I noticed a good portion of them were from Turkey. As a student with a student budget, put my focus on just on these clinics; however, the more a learned about HTs, the more I realized the risks of trusting my head to unexperienced techs. I discovered then Dr. Biçer, and I was immediately attracted by many points: good and natural results (this and german and italian forums), one patient treated per day, qualified team of nurses that work with her for many years already, and her professionalism and etic. I did then the consultation with her and she estimated that 2750-2950 grafts would be enough to cover my temples and hairline. After being convinced, I booked the surgery for the 16th of June. I was at every moment in contact with her assistant Özen, who was always available and willing to answer all my questions. The operation itself went smooth, and the whole office and surgery room is basically yours for the whole day (very clean and nice place). It all in all lasted around 9- 10 hours, and all I have to say about the procedure is that it was flawless; the grafts angles and treatment of the donor area was also fantastic. I know that without fin I will most likely need another procedure in the future (as long as I still want to have hair on my head), but for the moment, I’m confident that I will be happy with the results. Juan Carlos. (The pics attached are before the op, after the op, and 12 days after with the scabs off)
  5. When I think of Turkey then Its really limited… Dr Bicer is forum recommended and does good work. HLC and Dr Pekiner also can be considered. But really for your Norwood level and needs then Eugenix would be the perfect fit.
  6. Sorry to say they have inflated those graft numbers. Not 5k. If I can be honest it does not look like particularly refined work. You could choose a much better clinic for round 2. If your sticking with Turkey you may want to consider Dr Bicer or HLC for example.
  7. 1. The transplanted hair feels somewhat 'rougher' than my surrounding, native hair. Do you know why, and when it will go back to normal? Or maybe it's just my imagination since the area is still numb? - That's normal. It will likely fall out and new hair grows. Even then, new hair can take a year before it really matures and feel natural. 2. In their progress photos, most people comb their transplanted hair in the front upwards, which looks very odd and unnatural to me. Is there some reason behind this beyond personal preference? Or does it somehow happen naturally with transplanted hairs? - It's just preference. It's a modern male style to comb up. But for progress photos, people are showing the hairline. We want to see the density and naturalness. 3. How long should I wait until my first haircut, and is there a recommendation on the interval between haircuts, and on how long I should keep my hair? - Refer to Bicer on this. I wouldn't touch your donor for a month. Your recipient area needs more care. I but mine at 1 month, but only with scissors (not clippers). 4. Most people I know who had a hair transplant told me that they were told to take multivitamins and such following the surgery. I even started taking biotin because of that. However, the clinic that did my hair transplant (Dr. Bicer) did not tell me anything about that, nor did most people here mention anything about it. What do you think? - Supplements are a good idea, not a deal breaker. They won't stop genetics and if they really worked no one would need a transplant. But most people take biotin to speed up hair growth. 5. I have been taking finasteride for a few years. Is there any benefit in continuing? I am a Norwood 6-7. Likewise, I'm considering to start using minoxidil. Note that I will still require another transplant in the future, mainly to cover my crown area. - Most will say take finasteride the rest of your life. It keep your native hair from falling out. But you've lost most of it already. And it doesn't really impact your transplanted hair. So it's up to you, but I would ask Bicer her opinion.
  8. Hi guys, I’m 31 and I’m a Norwood 5 going on 6, I’ve started finasteride and minoxidil today to see if it makes a difference as I’ll be looking to do a hair transplant next summer. I’ve messaged various clinics from what I’ve researched to see what it would cost and how many grafts I’d need. All of these clinics say they can only cover the front and middle area as my crown is advanced and my donor area isn’t enough to cover the crown In no particular order Cosmedica 3000-3500 grafts Gold package £1480 DHI Package £2080 Pekiner Recommends 6 months medication then assess before any surgery Need 3/4000 to 5000 grafts for front at 2.5euro per graft HLC 2.5euro per graft 4000-4500 grafts 2nd surgery for crown area 6-12months later Transmed - Melike Kulahçi 3000-3200 grafts 2800 euro İlhan Serdaroğlu 3500-3800 grafts 3500 euro Dr. Cinik 3500-4000 grafts 2200 euro Ekrem Civas 3200 grafts 3200 euro Vertex/Dr.Barghouthi 3500-4000 grafts $3 first 1000 grafts-$2.5 for the rest Tayfun Oguzoglu 2800 grafts max from donor 1200 grafts beard and chest P2 package 2800euro Eugenix 5000 grafts 3500 scalp and 1500 beard HDC 3500 grafts 2.5euro Serkan Aygin 4200 grafts- beard + back of head £1990 AEK 2600 euro grafts? Waiting on the following to get back to me Hair of Istanbul Asmed - Koray Erdogan Ozlem Bicer Dr.Mwamba Dr.Bis anga Dr.Lorenzo AEK Vera clinic Out of this list which would you recommend or is there anyone else I should message? Thanks
  9. Travelled to Istanbul to have my hair transplant with Dr.Bicer. After extensive research for 2 years looking at clinics in the Uk and in Turkey I decided on going with Dr.Bicer. For me a lot of companies I researched in Turkey have mixed reviews and also have 5 - 10 patients in the clinic a day. Basically a hair transplant factory. Although Dr Bicer is a little bit more expensive than other clinics here in Istanbul, your the only patient in the clinic on the day of your procedure. All eyes are on you. This for me is worth paying extra. Also all other clinics recommended I have 1500 grafts. Dr Bicer recommended me 3000 - 3200 grafts. When I asked why this is she did say if I had 1500 grafts I would not be happy with the results as it would look thin. Higher grafts in the area = more density. Other clinics say 1500 so it’s a faster procedure. My transplant with Dr Bicer went extremely well. A little pain but a lot less than expected. I was told everything from the price and procedure before I travelled to Istanbul. Day after the procedure I went back to the clinic for a check up and everything went well dr. Bicer is happy and so am I. If anyone is reading this I would highly recommend you to book your hair transplant with Dr. Bicer. Photos are before transplant, after transplant and 7 days after transplant
  10. Wow, that's great, she read your forum post and contacted you to answer your question. Compliments to Bicęr 👏👏👏👏
  11. Before getting to the update, I just want to thank Ozen again for her attentiveness and care. Apparently she browses the forum regularly and contacted me about my other post. She answered some of my questions and even offered to set up a video chat with Dr. Bicer again next week, so I'll see how it goes. Days 15-20 Hairs in the recipient area are still falling off in a very moderate pace. I think the numbness in my recipient area is starting to go away, but overall it's still numb. I try to take a shower every day and I wash my head gently with baby shampoo, as advised. At around day 19, I started noticing some tiny white bumps in the recipient area. Based on what I read, I assume these are the new hairs growing in? Please correct me if I'm wrong. I am also noticing some of the grafts barely starting to grow. Either it's that or what I'm seeing is what's left after the original hair fell off. Day 21 Time for more progress photos. Honestly, I still don't think there's much new to see, but I want to be consistent with these so I can compare them all later on. At least the donor area looks like it recovered. Once again, I will post another update in a week, if nothing special happens.
  12. Hi guys Anyonw had a transplant with dr bicer in turkey and can share his experience?
  13. Not for single sessions. They do have very impressive transformations across multiple surgeries but for one offs 3000-3500 seems to be their limit. Again, to the sentiment others are putting forth, the fact that people will defend Bicer or Pekiner over ASMED just tells me that unfortunately not everyone in this world is all that bright or willing to use basic senses like eyesight. Its just unfortunate regurgitating of broader forum sentiment rather than any kind of honest informative messaging based on reality. Yes I went to ASMED, perhaps not for some others here but for myself that meant researching thousands (tens?) of results from different clinics and hundreds from ASMED, not simply listening to the loudest, most mentally ill patients or the ones that repeatedly make fake accounts to tarnish reputation. 7/10s on average for Bicer? Time to head to the optometrist. For people to suggest Bicer and Pekiner over HLC, well to be completely real they're venturing into new, unfounded territories of stupidity. Me personally, if I needed say 2-3000 grafts I'd take a strong look at HLC, beyond those numbers I'd go with ASMED. Honestly, I'd also consider Dr. Freitas. At HLC prices I'd 100% opt for Freitas, although I still think HLC is a very good clinic with a long term track record.
  14. I Made another thread earlier and i got great help from members to nominate some of the good surgeons for FUE HT .. i made consultation with these doctors and reviewed their work , but i find it really hard to make the final choice 😭 , my goal of the procedure is basically to restore original hairline not lower than that , and increase density in front/mid areas .. i attached an old pic just to show my original hairline , as per my calc. , hairline need 0.5 to 1 cm to be restored , area with low density in front/mid area is 6-7 cm . I have some diffused thinning/shedding in front area , don't intend to use finasteride . Below is my thoughts and consultation results , appreciate if you can share and elaborate your thoughts , as i understand that all of these surgeons are top surgeons - Erdogan : Advised 3500 grafts .. he do very good and dense hairlines but in my opinion he work with large number of grafts which can be explained by density of hairlines he creates i intend to choose package where dr himself do surgery .. on downside , i saw some complains lately on this forum regarding some inconsistent results from asmed lately , also i'm afraid that not using finasteride to be used as an excuse in case that HT didn't go well . - Kesser : Advised 2000-2400 , then after reviewing pics in sunlight and drawing hairline i want on a pic , estimation was modified to 1500-2000 "with higher probability towards 1500 range " , operation to be done in 3-4 days , manual extraction , i believe taking enough time to implant grafts carefully between native hair , using less Anesthesia and implanting few grafts per day can lower possibility for permeant shock loss .. also dr kesser do very good hairline , he do much with few grafts which is good for a conservative 1st hair transplant as i don't know how hair loss will progress . - Bicer : Advised 2600-2800 grafts "can be changed upon live consultation and hairline design" , she's a very genuine person with great care and dedications towards patients and do very good work .. if working with micromotor operation will be done in one day , if manual , price will be double , and operation to be done on two days , not sure which option i will proceed with due to Controversy of manual vs micromotor .. - HLC : advised 2000-2400 grafts .. communication is a bit of issue , but this can be tolerated , hairline design and density are good , operation is done on 2 days with manual extraction . - Pekiner : recommended 3000 grafts "2600 grafts + 400 for crown" .. i believe he use large number of grafts , but create dense hairline with nice design in return . Thanks in advance ..
  15. I am 30 yr old Asian male in USA with a hair loss, Norwood Scale 6; I have been pretty depressed due to my look to the point where I would not look at myself in the mirror (it's been awhile since my hair loss started when I was 20 years old). I have been thinking about getting a hair transplant for awhile but I hear that it is best if you get a hair transplant in late 20s and early 30s when the hair loss is stable and here I am. To hear me out, I am not poor but I am not rich either, so it is a huge investment that I am putting in myself to spend anything more than 1k. I have researched to find that Turkey is affordable compared to Hair Transplant clinic in USA, and has some of the best doctors but is also a Russian roulette except the few doctors (HLC, Dr. Pekiner, Dr. Keser, Dr. Yaman, and Dr. Bicer) that were mentioned on this forum. I spoke with all of them except Dr. Yaman (due to scary result that I have seen) and Dr. Keser (too expensive), and I decided to go with Dr. Bicer because... 1. Dr. Pekiner's assistant, Alex, was rude. It was pretty clear that he or she did not look through the pictures I have sent thoroughly, and kept asking me to take the pics again. 2. HLC - I wasn't so comfortable with the fact that there are multiple doctors working on one patient. 3. Dr. Bicer - There were multiple options available, and one of the option was in between manual FUE and FUT which is motorized FUE. There was one patient per day policy, and one doctor does almost all the steps except putting in the follicles. I am legitly scared by the fact that I am spending 8 - 9k USD in the first session and most likely, another 8 - 9k USD in the second session if my donor is not depleted. The surgery will not come out great. I am traveling to Turkey by myself. I have been speaking with Ozen from Dr. Bicer's assistant, and I am still uncomfortable by the fact that they don't lay out all the details (not sure if this is a Turkey thing or not because I have seen this for all clinics). For example, They say that I have to pay 10% of the surgery cost to schedule, but what if I change my mind to re-schedule the appointment to a later date? Do I not get back the 10% payment that I make? VIP Package is 2 nights, but the entire procedure requires 4 nights. So am I supposed to book the hotels for the other 2 nights by myself? I had to drill ask a lot of questions to get information like I will be using an app called Revolut to make the 10% payment. I feel like Ozen won't share the details until I commit to saying that I will schedule hair transplant surgery with Dr. Bicer. Could someone please help me out here as in Provide some details & colors to the questions I had. Provide data as to why I should not be so nervous about the hair trasplant with Dr. Bicer as I am right now. Some additional colors to what I should expect (like where do I go to purchase my meals, and etc.) so I am COVID-19 safe, and won't catch any disease.
  16. FUE with Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul, Turkey) 12 Dec 2020 My Story, Alan - U.K. 7 years ago at the age of 35 I decided to get my first hair transplant procedure. At this time I didn’t know much about these procedures so put my trust in a company and surgeon in the U.K. They talked me into getting the FUT procedure because it was more affordable and said I would have a nice result. I was so desperate to fix my hair loss that I convinced myself the FUT strip scar wouldn’t be an issue for me. In my desperation I decided to go ahead with the procedure and unfortunately it became clear some months later that I had made a big mistake using this company. My result was very poor, the surgeon or should I say technicians who did most of the procedure, gave me a hairline but almost no hair coverage behind the hairline so I was left with a gap before my natural hair line started. They stitched my FUT scar which took a long time to heal and my scar had stretched in some areas. I was extremely depressed and anxious about my appearance, even more now then before I had the procedure, I knew I had to try and fix this mess. I spent months researching other surgeons in the U.K. and educating myself about hair transplant procedures, then approximately 14 months after the first procedure I found another surgeon in the U.K. The plan with this surgeon was to remove my over stretched strip scar and use the grafts to fill in some of the area behind the hairline so my appearance looked more natural. Thankfully I’d made a much better decision this time, the surgeon used staples this time for my strip scar and it healed much better. The grafts that he had to work with he used to fill in the gap the first surgeon had created behind the hairline to give a more natural look . Although I was much happier, the density was never as good as I’d hoped, this was all due the mess the first surgeon/technicians had created. Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul,Turkey) 7 years after my first procedure I started to notice thinning in my crown area. I decided I wanted another procedure to fill in my crown and add more density to my frontal area. I was interested in trying FUE this time. I already had a relatively thin strip scar which I didn’t want to risk having removed again. I was interested in having a procedure in Turkey because I had a couple of friends who had been to Turkey and their result was really good. I found Doctor Ozlem Bicer’s name on Spencer Stevenson’s (SPEX) website and i trust this guy not to be recommending bad surgeons. I started to research Doctor Bicer and I was very impressed with the reviews I found. I contacted her patient coordinator Ozen and she answered all my questions and sent me pictures of previous patient results. I was speaking with 2 other clinics in Turkey at the same time, both of which were offering a much lower priced package then Doctor Bicer’s clinic. My instinct was telling me Doctor Bicer was the right Surgeon to choose for the reasons below – • Recommended surgeon by Spencer Stevenson (SPEX) • Member of International Hair Restoration Society • Fully licenced clinic • Over 20 years experience • The clinic only treats 1 patient per day • Experienced team focussed on you only • Very positive reviews and impressive previous patient results • Patient coordinator Ozen available almost 24/7 answering all my questions • Added bonus for me the Doctor said she would plant grafts into my strip scar My decision was made, I wasn’t going to let the cheaper packages tempt me, I’d made that mistake before. I wanted a quality surgeon with a good record so I was happy to pay a little extra for piece of mind. Travelling to Turkey and the procedure I was a little nervous travelling to Turkey on my own but it turned out to be very easy and an enjoyable experience. It was made easy because of the help of Ozen, she arranged my pick up and hotel stay and even stayed awake until 2am the night I arrived to make sure I arrived safely at the hotel. She was always there texting me to make sure I was ok and giving me the details I needed. The hotel is right across the street from the clinic so it’s very convenient on the day of the procedure because you don’t have to travel. I arrived at 8am and met with Ozen, she gave me a pill to relax me and then the process began. Doctor Bicer was very welcoming and discussed the plan before she started the procedure. She completed the more skilled parts of the procedure and was assisted by her technicians for graft placement and other duties, but she is present all day. The majority of the procedure was pain free but removing 3200 grafts is a long process and I did start become a little restless and start to feel some pain the longer the process went on. I arrived at the clinic at 8am and didnt leave until after 7pm so it was a long tiring day. They gave me some medication to take away, some of which was pain medication which came in very useful on the first night. I started to feel some pain and couldn’t sleep, I took the pain tablet and it helped a lot , I slept for 6 hours and woke feeling totally fine. Day 2, I went back to the clinic and met with Doctor Bicer again to get my bandage removed and take my first proper look at her work. I was very happy, I could tell a lot of grafts had been extracted and the positioning looked very tight, so I was happy. FUE vs FUT in my opinion After experiencing both FUE and FUT procedures I can see that both have their positive and negative points. I found that FUT felt more invasive due to the removal of the strip of skin and the fact you are left with a pretty big scar for the rest of your life. I chose non-shaven for both my FUT procedures and I was never fully happy with the result. I think it makes it more difficult for the surgeon to see where the grafts need to be placed. The positive of FUT for me was that the procedure didn’t seem to take as long and I don’t remember feeling as uncomfortable and restless in the operating chair. FUE, although I found to be a much longer slightly more uncomfortable process, I feel if you opt for fully shaven it will yield the best results. If could turn back time I would have never had an FUT procedure , it wasn’t long after my fist procedure that I started to regret the huge scar on the back of my head. If I had my time again I would have chosen fully shaven FUE at the start, it would have mostly likely saved me thousands of pounds and i possibly might have only needed 1 maybe 2 procedures by this stage in my life. My advice If your thinking of having a procedure my advise would be to go for it and choose FUE. I have experienced procedures good and bad and would say the most important thing is to do your research, DON’T RUSH IN. The UK has some great surgeons but unfortunately the cost is so overpriced that I would definitely recommend going to Turkey after the experience I have just had. There are many places in Turkey offering this procedure and for a really low price but don’t make the mistake I made the first time around in the UK, You get what you pay for in life. Doctor Bicer is a quality surgeon and in my opinion the service you get from her clinic is at the same level as the top clinic i chose in the UK for my second procedure. I’m only 3 days post op writing this but I can already tell by the graft placement that my result should be a good one. Obviously only time will tell but I’m very confident. I have experienced 3 different procedures at 3 different clinics and everything about my procedure in Turkey with Doctor Bicer felt right. I hope this can help somebody who is thinking of traveling to Turkey for a procedure….. FUE FUE with Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul, Turkey)Dec 2020My Story, Alan - U.K.7 years ago at the age of 35 I decided to get my first hair transplant procedure. At this time I didn’t know much about these procedures so put my trust in a company and surgeon in the U.K.They talked me into getting the FUT procedure because it was more affordable and I would have a nice result. I was so desperate to fix my hair loss that I convinced myself the FUT strip scar wouldn’t be an issue for me. In my desperation I decided to go ahead with the procedure and unfortunately it became clear some months later that I had made a big mistake using this company. My result was very poor, the surgeon or should I say technicians who did most of the procedure, gave me a hairline but almost no hair coverage behind the hairline so I was left with a gap before my natural hair line started.They stitched my FUT scar which took a long time to heal and my scar had stretched in some areas.I was extremely depressed and anxious about my appearance, even more now then before I had the procedure, I knew I had to try and fix this mess.I spent months researching other surgeons in the U.K. and educating myself about hair transplant procedures, then approximately 14 months after the first procedure I found another surgeon in the U.K. The plan with this surgeon was to remove my over stretched strip scar and use the grafts to fill in some of the area behind the hairline so my appearance looked more natural. Thankfully I’d made a much better decision this time, the surgeon used staples this time for my strip scar and it healed much better. The grafts that he had to work with he used to fill in the gap the first surgeon had created behind the hairline to give a more natural look . Although I was much happier, the density was never as good as I’d hoped, this was all due the mess the first surgeon/technicians had created.Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul,Turkey)7 years after my first procedure I started to notice thinning in my crown area. I decided I wanted another procedure to fill in my crown and add more density to my frontal area. I was interested in trying FUE this time. I already had a relatively thin strip scar which I didn’t want to risk having removed again. I was interested in having a procedure in Turkey because I had a couple of friends who had been to Turkey and their result was really good.I found Doctor Ozlem Bicer’s name on Spencer Stevenson’s (SPEX) website and i trust this guy not to be recommending bad surgeons. I started to research Doctor Bicer and I was very impressed with the reviews I found. I contacted her patient coordinator Ozen and she answered all my questions and sent me pictures of previous patient results.I was speaking with 2 other clinics in Turkey at the same time, both of which were offering a much lower priced package then Doctor Bicer’s clinic. My instinct was telling me Doctor Bicer was the right Surgeon to choose for the reasons below –• Recommended surgeon by Spencer Stevenson (SPEX)• Member of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery• Fully licenced clinic• Over 20 years experience• The clinic only treats 1 patient per day• Experienced team focussed on you only• Very positive reviews and impressive previous patient results• Patient coordinator Ozen available almost 24/7answering all my questions• Added bonus for me the Doctor said she would plant grafts into my strip scarwith Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul, Turkey) Dec 2020 My Story, Alan - U.K. 7 years ago at the age of 35 I decided to get my first hair transplant procedure. At this time I didn’t know much about these procedures so put my trust in a company and surgeon in the U.K. They talked me into getting the FUT procedure because it was more affordable and I would have a nice result. I was so desperate to fix my hair loss that I convinced myself the FUT strip scar wouldn’t be an issue for me. In my desperation I decided to go ahead with the procedure and unfortunately it became clear some months later that I had made a big mistake using this company. My result was very poor, the surgeon or should I say technicians who did most of the procedure, gave me a hairline but almost no hair coverage behind the hairline so I was left with a gap before my natural hair line started. They stitched my FUT scar which took a long time to heal and my scar had stretched in some areas. I was extremely depressed and anxious about my appearance, even more now then before I had the procedure, I knew I had to try and fix this mess. I spent months researching other surgeons in the U.K. and educating myself about hair transplant procedures, then approximately 14 months after the first procedure I found another surgeon in the U.K. The plan with this surgeon was to remove my over stretched strip scar and use the grafts to fill in some of the area behind the hairline so my appearance looked more natural. Thankfully I’d made a much better decision this time, the surgeon used staples this time for my strip scar and it healed much better. The grafts that he had to work with he used to fill in the gap the first surgeon had created behind the hairline to give a more natural look . Although I was much happier, the density was never as good as I’d hoped, this was all due the mess the first surgeon/technicians had created. Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul,Turkey) 7 years after my first procedure I started to notice thinning in my crown area. I decided I wanted another procedure to fill in my crown and add more density to my frontal area. I was interested in trying FUE this time. I already had a relatively thin strip scar which I didn’t want to risk having removed again. I was interested in having a procedure in Turkey because I had a couple of friends who had been to Turkey and their result was really good. I found Doctor Ozlem Bicer’s name on Spencer Stevenson’s (SPEX) website and i trust this guy not to be recommending bad surgeons. I started to research Doctor Bicer and I was very impressed with the reviews I found. I contacted her patient coordinator Ozen and she answered all my questions and sent me pictures of previous patient results. I was speaking with 2 other clinics in Turkey at the same time, both of which were offering a much lower priced package then Doctor Bicer’s clinic. My instinct was telling me Doctor Bicer was the right Surgeon to choose for the reasons below – • Recommended surgeon by Spencer Stevenson (SPEX) • Member of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery • Fully licenced clinic • Over 20 years experience • The clinic only treats 1 patient per day • Experienced team focussed on you only • Very positive reviews and impressive previous patient results • Patient coordinator Ozen available almost 24/7answering all my questions • Added bonus for me the Doctor said she would plant grafts into my strip scar My decision was made, I wasn’t going to let the cheaper packages tempt me, I’d made that mistake before. I wanted a quality surgeon with a good record so I was happy to pay a little extra for piece of mind. Travelling to Turkey and the procedure I was a little nervous travelling to Turkey on my own but it turned out to be very easy and an enjoyable experience. It was made easy because of the help of Ozen, she arranged my pick up and hotel stay and even stayed awake until 2am the night I arrived to make sure I arrived safely at the hotel. She was always there texting me to make sure I was ok and giving me the details I needed. The hotel is right across the street from the clinic so it’s very convenient on the day of the procedure because you don’t have to travel. I arrived at 8am and met with Ozen, Doctor Bicer was very welcoming and discussed the plan before she started the procedure. She completed the more skilled parts of the procedure and was assisted by her technicians for graft placement and other duties, but she is present all day. The majority of the procedure was pain free but removing 3200 grafts is a long process and I did start become a little restless and start to feel some pain the longer the process went on. I arrived at the clinic at 8am and didnt leave until after 7pm so it was a long tiring day. They gave me some medication to take away, some of which was pain medication which came in very useful on the first night. I started to feel some pain and couldn’t sleep, I took the pain tablet and it helped a lot , I slept for 6 hours and woke feeling totally fine. Day 2, I went back to the clinic and met with Doctor Bicer again to get my bandage removed and take my first proper look at her work. I was very happy, I could tell a lot of grafts had been extracted and the positioning looked very tight, so I was happy. FUE vs FUT in my opinion After experiencing both FUE and FUT procedures I can see that both have their positive and negative points. I found that FUT felt more invasive due to the removal of the stripe of skin and the fact you are left with a pretty big scar for the rest of your life. I chose non shaven for both my FUT procedures and I was never fully happy with the result. I think it makes it more difficult for the surgeon to see where the grafts need to be placed. The positive of FUT for me was that the procedure didn’t seem to take as long and I don’t remember feeling as uncomfortable and restless in the operating chair. FUE, although I found to be a much longer slightly more uncomfortable process, I feel if you opt for fully shaven it will yield the best results. If could turn back time I would have never had an FUT procedure , it wasn’t long after my fist procedure that I started to regret the huge scar on the back of my head. If I had my time again I would have chosen fully shaven FUE at the start, it would have mostly likely saved me thousands of pounds and i possibly might have only needed 1 or maybe 2 procedures by this stage in my life. My advice If your thinking of having a procedure my advise would be to go for it and choose FUE. I have experienced procedures good and bad and would say the most important thing is to do your research, DON’T RUSH IN. The UK has some great surgeons but unfortunately the cost is so overpriced that I would definitely recommend going to Turkey after the experience I have just had. There are many places in Turkey offering this procedure and for a really low price but don’t make the mistake I made the first time around in the UK, You get what you pay for in life. Doctor Bicer is a quality surgeon and in my opinion the service you get from her clinic is at the same level as the top clinic i chose in the UK for my second procedure. I’m only 3 days post op writing this but I can already tell by the graft placement that my result should be a good one. Obviously only time will tell but I’m very confident. I have experienced 3 different procedures at 3 different clinics and everything about my procedure in Turkey with Doctor Bicer felt right. I hope this can help somebody who is thinkingFUE with Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul, Turkey) Dec 2020 My Story, Alan - U.K. 7 years ago at the age of 35 I decided to get my first hair transplant procedure. At this time I didn’t know much about these procedures so put my trust in a company and surgeon in the U.K. They talked me into getting the FUT procedure because it was more affordable and I would have a nice result. I was so desperate to fix my hair loss that I convinced myself the FUT strip scar wouldn’t be an issue for me. In my desperation I decided to go ahead with the procedure and unfortunately it became clear some months later that I had made a big mistake using this company. My result was very poor, the surgeon or should I say technicians who did most of the procedure, gave me a hairline but almost no hair coverage behind the hairline so I was left with a gap before my natural hair line started. They stitched my FUT scar which took a long time to heal and my scar had stretched in some areas. I was extremely depressed and anxious about my appearance, even more now then before I had the procedure, I knew I had to try and fix this mess. I spent months researching other surgeons in the U.K. and educating myself about hair transplant procedures, then approximately 14 months after the first procedure I found another surgeon in the U.K. The plan with this surgeon was to remove my over stretched strip scar and use the grafts to fill in some of the area behind the hairline so my appearance looked more natural. Thankfully I’d made a much better decision this time, the surgeon used staples this time for my strip scar and it healed much better. The grafts that he had to work with he used to fill in the gap the first surgeon had created behind the hairline to give a more natural look . Although I was much happier, the density was never as good as I’d hoped, this was all due the mess the first surgeon/technicians had created. Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul,Turkey) 7 years after my first procedure I started to notice thinning in my crown area. I decided I wanted another procedure to fill in my crown and add more density to my frontal area. I was interested in trying FUE this time. I already had a relatively thin strip scar which I didn’t want to risk having removed again. I was interested in having a procedure in Turkey because I had a couple of friends who had been to Turkey and their result was really good. I found Doctor Ozlem Bicer’s name on Spencer Stevenson’s (SPEX) website and i trust this guy not to be recommending bad surgeons. I started to research Doctor Bicer and I was very impressed with the reviews I found. I contacted her patient coordinator Ozen and she answered all my questions and sent me pictures of previous patient results. I was speaking with 2 other clinics in Turkey at the same time, both of which were offering a much lower priced package then Doctor Bicer’s clinic. My instinct was telling me Doctor Bicer was the right Surgeon to choose for the reasons below – • Recommended surgeon by Spencer Stevenson (SPEX) • Member of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery • Fully licenced clinic • Over 20 years experience • The clinic only treats 1 patient per day • Experienced team focussed on you only • Very positive reviews and impressive previous patient results • Patient coordinator Ozen available almost 24/7 answering all my questions • Added bonus for me the Doctor said she would plant grafts into my strip scar My decision was made, I wasn’t going to let the cheaper packages tempt me, I’d made that mistake before. I wanted a quality surgeon with a good record so I was happy to pay a little extra for piece of mind. Travelling to Turkey and the procedure I was a little nervous travelling to Turkey on my own but it turned out to be very easy and an enjoyable experience. It was made easy because of the help of Ozen, she arranged my pick up and hotel stay and even stayed awake until 2am the night I arrived to make sure I arrived safely at the hotel. She was always there texting me to make sure I was ok and giving me the details I needed. The hotel is right across the street from the clinic so it’s very convenient on the day of the procedure because you don’t have to travel. I arrived at 8am and met with Ozen, Doctor Bicer was very welcoming and discussed the plan before she started the procedure. She completed the more skilled parts of the procedure and was assisted by her technicians for graft placement and other duties, but she is present all day. The majority of the procedure was pain free but removing 3200 grafts is a long process and I did start become a little restless and start to feel some pain the longer the process went on. I arrived at the clinic at 8am and didnt leave until after 7pm so it was a long tiring day. They gave me some medication to take away, some of which was pain medication which came in very useful on the first night. I started to feel some pain and couldn’t sleep, I took the pain tablet and it helped a lot , I slept for 6 hours and woke feeling totally fine. Day 2, I went back to the clinic and met with Doctor Bicer again to get my bandage removed and take my first proper look at her work. I was very happy, I could tell a lot of grafts had been extracted and the positioning looked very tight, so I was happy. FUE vs FUT in my opinion After experiencing both FUE and FUT procedures I can see that both have their positive and negative points. I found that FUT felt more invasive due to the removal of the stripe of skin and the fact you are left with a pretty big scar for the rest of your life. I chose non shaven for both my FUT procedures and I was never fully happy with the result. I think it makes it more difficult for the surgeon to see where the grafts need to be placed. The positive of FUT for me was that the procedure didn’t seem to take as long and I don’t remember feeling as uncomfortable and restless in the operating chair. FUE, although I found to be a much longer slightly more uncomfortable process, I feel if you opt for fully shaven it will yield the best results. If could turn back time I would have never had an FUT procedure , it wasn’t long after my fist procedure that I started to regret the huge scar on the back of my head. If I had my time again I would have chosen fully shaven FUE at the start, it would have mostly likely saved me thousands of pounds and i possibly might have only needed 1 or maybe 2 procedures by this stage in my life. My advice If your thinking of having a procedure my advise would be to go for it and choose FUE. I have experienced procedures good and bad and would say the most important thing is to do your research, DON’T RUSH IN. The UK has some great surgeons but unfortunately the cost is so overpriced that I would definitely recommend going to Turkey after the experience I have just had. There are many places in Turkey offering this procedure and for a really low price but don’t make the mistake I made the first time around in the UK, You get what you pay for in life. Doctor Bicer is a quality surgeon and in my opinion the service you get from her clinic is at the same level as the top clinic i chose in the UK for my second procedure. I’m only 3 days post op writing this but I can already tell by the graft placement that my result should be a good one. Obviously only time will tell but I’m very confident. I have experienced 3 different procedures at 3 different clinics and everything about my procedure in Turkey with Doctor Bicer felt right. I hope this can help somebody who is thinking of traveling to Turkey for a procedure….. of traveling to Turkey for a procedure….. FUFUE with Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul, Turkey) Dec 2020 My Story, Alan - U.K. 7 years ago at the age of 35 I decided to get my first hair transplant procedure. At this time I didn’t know much about these procedures so put my trust in a company and surgeon in the U.K. They talked me into getting the FUT procedure because it was more affordable and I would have a nice result. I was so desperate to fix my hair loss that I convinced myself the FUT strip scar wouldn’t be an issue for me. In my desperation I decided to go ahead with the procedure and unfortunately it became clear some months later that I had made a big mistake using this company. My result was very poor, the surgeon or should I say technicians who did most of the procedure, gave me a hairline but almost no hair coverage behind the hairline so I was left with a gap before my natural hair line started. They stitched my FUT scar which took a long time to heal and my scar had stretched in some areas. I was extremely depressed and anxious about my appearance, even more now then before I had the procedure, I knew I had to try and fix this mess. I spent months researching other surgeons in the U.K. and educating myself about hair transplant procedures, then approximately 14 months after the first procedure I found another surgeon in the U.K. The plan with this surgeon was to remove my over stretched strip scar and use the grafts to fill in some of the area behind the hairline so my appearance looked more natural. Thankfully I’d made a much better decision this time, the surgeon used staples this time for my strip scar and it healed much better. The grafts that he had to work with he used to fill in the gap the first surgeon had created behind the hairline to give a more natural look . Although I was much happier, the density was never as good as I’d hoped, this was all due the mess the first surgeon/technicians had created. Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul,Turkey) 7 years after my first procedure I started to notice thinning in my crown area. I decided I wanted another procedure to fill in my crown and add more density to my frontal area. I was interested in trying FUE this time. I already had a relatively thin strip scar which I didn’t want to risk having removed again. I was interested in having a procedure in Turkey because I had a couple of friends who had been to Turkey and their result was really good. I found Doctor Ozlem Bicer’s name on Spencer Stevenson’s (SPEX) website and i trust this guy not to be recommending bad surgeons. I started to research Doctor Bicer and I was very impressed with the reviews I found. I contacted her patient coordinator Ozen and she answered all my questions and sent me pictures of previous patient results. I was speaking with 2 other clinics in Turkey at the same time, both of which were offering a much lower priced package then Doctor Bicer’s clinic. My instinct was telling me Doctor Bicer was the right Surgeon to choose for the reasons below – • Recommended surgeon by Spencer Stevenson (SPEX) • Member of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery • Fully licenced clinic • Over 20 years experience • The clinic only treats 1 patient per day • Experienced team focussed on you only • Very positive reviews and impressive previous patient results • Patient coordinator Ozen available almost 24/7answering all my questions • Added bonus for me the Doctor said she would plant grafts into my strip scar My decision was made, I wasn’t going to let the cheaper packages tempt me, I’d made that mistake before. I wanted a quality surgeon with a good record so I was happy to pay a little extra for piece of mind. Travelling to Turkey and the procedure I was a little nervous travelling to Turkey on my own but it turned out to be very easy and an enjoyable experience. It was made easy because of the help of Ozen, she arranged my pick up and hotel stay and even stayed awake until 2am the night I arrived to make sure I arrived safely at the hotel. She was always there texting me to make sure I was ok and giving me the details I needed. The hotel is right across the street from the clinic so it’s very convenient on the day of the procedure because you don’t have to travel. I arrived at 8am and met with Ozen, Doctor Bicer was very welcoming and discussed the plan before she started the procedure. She completed the more skilled parts of the procedure and was assisted by her technicians for graft placement and other duties, but she is present all day. The majority of the procedure was pain free but removing 3200 grafts is a long process and I did start become a little restless and start to feel some pain the longer the process went on. I arrived at the clinic at 8am and didnt leave until after 7pm so it was a long tiring day. They gave me some medication to take away, some of which was pain medication which came in very useful on the first night. I started to feel some pain and couldn’t sleep, I took the pain tablet and it helped a lot , I slept for 6 hours and woke feeling totally fine. Day 2, I went back to the clinic and met with Doctor Bicer again to get my bandage removed and take my first proper look at her work. I was very happy, I could tell a lot of grafts had been extracted and the positioning looked very tight, so I was happy. FUE vs FUT in my opinion After experiencing both FUE and FUT procedures I can see that both have their positive and negative points. I found that FUT felt more invasive due to the removal of the stripe of skin and the fact you are left with a pretty big scar for the rest of your life. I chose non shaven for both my FUT procedures and I was never fully happy with the result. I think it makes it more difficult for the surgeon to see where the grafts need to be placed. The positive of FUT for me was that the procedure didn’t seem to take as long and I don’t remember feeling as uncomfortable and restless in the operating chair. FUE, although I found to be a much longer slightly more uncomfortable process, I feel if you opt for fully shaven it will yield the best results. If could turn back time I would have never had an FUT procedure , it wasn’t long after my fist procedure that I started to regret the huge scar on the back of my head. If I had my time again I would have chosen fully shaven FUE at the start, it would have mostly likely saved me thousands of pounds and i possibly might have only needed 1 or maybe 2 procedures by this stage in my life. My advice If your thinking of having a procedure my advise would be to go for it and choose FUE. I have experienced procedures good and bad and would say the most important thing is to do your research, DON’T RUSH IN. The UK has some great surgeons but unfortunately the cost is so overpriced that I would definitely recommend going to Turkey after the experience I have just had. There are many places in Turkey offering this procedure and for a really low price but don’t make the mistake I made the first time around in the UK, You get what you pay for in life. Doctor Bicer is a quality surgeon and in my opinion the service you get from her clinic is at the same level as the top clinic i chose in the UK for my second procedure. I’m only 3 days post op writing this but I can already tell by the graft placement that my result should be a good one. Obviously only time will tell but I’m very confident. I have experienced 3 different procedures at 3 different clinics and everything about my procedure in Turkey with Doctor Bicer felt right. I hope this can help somebody who is thinking of traveling to Turkey for a procedure….. E with Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul, Turkey)Dec 2020My Story, Alan - U.K.7 years ago at the age of 35 I decided to get my first hair transplant procedure. At this time I didn’t know much about these procedures so put my trust in a company and surgeon in the U.K.They talked me into getting the FUT procedure because it was more affordable and I would have a nice result. I was so desperate to fix my hair loss that I convinced myself the FUT strip scar wouldn’t be an issue for me. In my desperation I decided to go ahead with the procedure and unfortunately it became clear some months later that I had made a big mistake using this company. My result was very poor, the surgeon or should I say technicians who did most of the procedure, gave me a hairline but almost no hair coverage behind the hairline so I was left with a gap before my natural hair line started.They stitched my FUT scar which took a long time to heal and my scar had stretched in some areas.I was extremely depressed and anxious about my appearance, even more now then before I had the procedure, I knew I had to try and fix this mess.I spent months researching other surgeons in the U.K. and educating myself about hair transplant procedures, then approximately 14 months after the first procedure I found another surgeon in the U.K. The plan with this surgeon was to remove my over stretched strip scar and use the grafts to fill in some of the area behind the hairline so my appearance looked more natural. Thankfully I’d made a much better decision this time, the surgeon used staples this time for my strip scar and it healed much better. The grafts that he had to work with he used to fill in the gap the first surgeon had created behind the hairline to give a more natural look . Although I was much happier, the density was never as good as I’d hoped, this was all due the mess the first surgeon/technicians had created.Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul,Turkey)7 years after my first procedure I started to notice thinning in my crown area. I decided I wanted another procedure to fill in my crown and add more density to my frontal area. I was interested in trying FUE this time. I already had a relatively thin strip scar which I didn’t want to risk having removed again. I was interested in having a procedure in Turkey because I had a couple of friends who had been to Turkey and their result was really good.I found Doctor Ozlem Bicer’s name on Spencer Stevenson’s (SPEX) website and i trust this guy not to be recommending bad surgeons. I started to research Doctor Bicer and I was very impressed with the reviews I found. I contacted her patient coordinator Ozen and she answered all my questions and sent me pictures of previous patient results.I was speaking with 2 other clinics in Turkey at the same time, both of which were offering a much lower priced package then Doctor Bicer’s clinic. My instinct was telling me Doctor Bicer was the right Surgeon to choose for the reasons below –• Recommended surgeon by Spencer Stevenson (SPEX)• Member of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery• Fully licenced clinic• Over 20 years experience• The clinic only treats 1 patient per day• Experienced team focussed on you only• Very positive reviews and impressive previous patient results• Patient coordinator Ozen available almost 24/7answering all my questions• Added bonus for me the Doctor said she would plant grafts into my strip scarMy decision was made, I wasn’t going to let the cheaper packages tempt me, I’d made that mistake before. I wanted a quality surgeon with a good record so I was happy to pay a little extra for piece of mind.Travelling to Turkey and the procedureI was a little nervous travelling to Turkey on my own but it turned out to be very easy and an enjoyable experience. It was made easy because of the help of Ozen, she arranged my pick up and hotel stay and even stayed awake until 2am the night I arrived to make sure I arrived safely at the hotel. She was always there texting me to make sure I was ok and giving me the details I needed.The hotel is right across the street from the clinic so it’s very convenient on the day of the procedure because you don’t have to travel.I arrived at 8am and met with Ozen, Doctor Bicer was very welcoming and discussed the plan before she started the procedure. She completed the more skilled parts of the procedure and was assisted by her technicians for graft placement and other duties, but she is present all day. The majority of the procedure was pain free but removing 3200 grafts is a long process and I did start become a little restless and start to feel some pain the longer the process went on. I arrived at the clinic at 8am and didnt leave until after 7pm so it was a long tiring day. They gave me some medication to take away, some of which was pain medication which came in very useful on the first night. I started to feel some pain and couldn’t sleep, I took the pain tablet and it helped a lot , I slept for 6 hours and woke feeling totally fine.Day 2, I went back to the clinic and met with Doctor Bicer again to get my bandage removed and take my first proper look at her work. I was very happy, I could tell a lot of grafts had been extracted and the positioning looked very tight, so I was happy.FUE vs FUT in my opinionAfter experiencing both FUE and FUT procedures I can see that both have their positive and negative points. I found that FUT felt more invasive due to the removal of the stripe of skin and the fact you are left with a pretty big scar for the rest of your life. I chose non shaven for both my FUT procedures and I was never fully happy with the result. I think it makes it more difficult for the surgeon to see where the grafts need to be placed. The positive of FUT for me was that the procedure didn’t seem to take as long and I don’t remember feeling as uncomfortable and restless in the operating chair.FUE, although I found to be a much longer slightly more uncomfortable process, I feel if you opt for fully shaven it will yield the best results.If could turn back time I would have never had an FUT procedure , it wasn’t long after my fist procedure that I started to regret the huge scar on the back of my head. If I had my time again I would have chosen fully shaven FUE at the start, it would have mostly likely saved me thousands of pounds and i possibly might have only needed 1 or maybe 2 procedures by this stage in my life.My adviceIf your thinking of having a procedure my advise would be to go for it and choose FUE.I have experienced procedures good and bad and would say the most important thing is to do your research, DON’T RUSH IN.The UK has some great surgeons but unfortunately the cost is so overpriced that I would definitely recommend going to Turkey after the experience I have just had.There are many places in Turkey offering this procedure and for a really low price but don’t make the mistake I made the first time around in the UK, You get what you pay for in life.Doctor Bicer is a quality surgeon and in my opinion the service you get from her clinic is at the same level as the top clinic i chose in the UK for my second procedure.I’m only 3 days post op writing this but I can already tell by the graft placement that my result should be a good one. Obviously only time will tell but I’m very confident. I have experienced 3 different procedures at 3 different clinics and everything about my procedure in Turkey with Doctor Bicer felt right.I hope this can help somebody who is thinking of traveling to Turkey for a procedureFUEFUE with Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul, Turkey)Dec 2020My Story, Alan - U.K.7 years ago at the age of 35 I decided to get my first hair transplant procedure. At this time I didn’t know much about these procedures so put my trust in a company and surgeon in the U.K.They talked me into getting the FUT procedure because it was more affordable and I would have a nice result. I was so desperate to fix my hair loss that I convinced myself the FUT strip scar wouldn’t be an issue for me. In my desperation I decided to go ahead with the procedure and unfortunately it became clear some months later that I had made a big mistake using this company. My result was very poor, the surgeon or should I say technicians who did most of the procedure, gave me a hairline but almost no hair coverage behind the hairline so I was left with a gap before my natural hair line started.They stitched my FUT scar which took a long time to heal and my scar had stretched in some areas.I was extremely depressed and anxious about my appearance, even more now then before I had the procedure, I knew I had to try and fix this mess.I spent months researching other surgeons in the U.K. and educating myself about hair transplant procedures, then approximately 14 months after the first procedure I found another surgeon in the U.K. The plan with this surgeon was to remove my over stretched strip scar and use the grafts to fill in some of the area behind the hairline so my appearance looked more natural. Thankfully I’d made a much better decision this time, the surgeon used staples this time for my strip scar and it healed much better. The grafts that he had to work with he used to fill in the gap the first surgeon had created behind the hairline to give a more natural look . Although I was much happier, the density was never as good as I’d hoped, this was all due the mess the first surgeon/technicians had created.Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul,Turkey)7 years after my first procedure I started to notice thinning in my crown area. I decided I wanted another procedure to fill in my crown and add more density to my frontal area. I was interested in trying FUE this time. I already had a relatively thin strip scar which I didn’t want to risk having removed again. I was interested in having a procedure in Turkey because I had a couple of friends who had been to Turkey and their result was really good.I found Doctor Ozlem Bicer’s name on Spencer Stevenson’s (SPEX) website and i trust this guy not to be recommending bad surgeons. I started to research Doctor Bicer and I was very impressed with the reviews I found. I contacted her patient coordinator Ozen and she answered all my questions and sent me pictures of previous patient results.I was speaking with 2 other clinics in Turkey at the same time, both of which were offering a much lower priced package then Doctor Bicer’s clinic. My instinct was telling me Doctor Bicer was the right Surgeon to choose for the reasons below –• Recommended surgeon by Spencer Stevenson (SPEX)• Member of International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery• Fully licenced clinic• Over 20 years experience• The clinic only treats 1 patient per day• Experienced team focussed on you only• Very positive reviews and impressive previous patient results• Patient coordinator Ozen available almost 24/7answering all my questions• Added bonus for me the Doctor said she would plant grafts into my strip scarMy decision was made, I wasn’t going to let the cheaper packages tempt me, I’d made that mistake before. I wanted a quality surgeon with a good record so I was happy to pay a little extra for piece of mind.Travelling to Turkey and the procedureI was a little nervous travelling to Turkey on my own but it turned out to be very easy and an enjoyable experience. It was made easy because of the help of Ozen, she arranged my pick up and hotel stay and even stayed awake until 2am the night I arrived to make sure I arrived safely at the hotel. She was always there texting me to make sure I was ok and giving me the details I needed.The hotel is right across the street from the clinic so it’s very convenient on the day of the procedure because you don’t have to travel.I arrived at 8am and met with Ozen, Doctor Bicer was very welcoming and discussed the plan before she started the procedure. She completed the more skilled parts of the procedure and was assisted by her technicians for graft placement and other duties, but she is present all day. The majority of the procedure was pain free but removing 3200 grafts is a long process and I did start become a little restless and start to feel some pain the longer the process went on. I arrived at the clinic at 8am and didnt leave until after 7pm so it was a long tiring day. They gave me some medication to take away, some of which was pain medication which came in very useful on the first night. I started to feel some pain and couldn’t sleep, I took the pain tablet and it helped a lot , I slept for 6 hours and woke feeling totally fine.Day 2, I went back to the clinic and met with Doctor Bicer again to get my bandage removed and take my first proper look at her work. I was very happy, I could tell a lot of grafts had been extracted and the positioning looked very tight, so I was happy.FUE vs FUT in my opinionAfter experiencing both FUE and FUT procedures I can see that both have their positive and negative points. I found that FUT felt more invasive due to the removal of the stripe of skin and the fact you are left with a pretty big scar for the rest of your life. I chose non shaven for both my FUT procedures and I was never fully happy with the result. I think it makes it more difficult for the surgeon to see where the grafts need to be placed. The positive of FUT for me was that the procedure didn’t seem to take as long and I don’t remember feeling as uncomfortable and restless in the operating chair.FUE, although I found to be a much longer slightly more uncomfortable process, I feel if you opt for fully shaven it will yield the best results.If could turn back time I would have never had an FUT procedure , it wasn’t long after my fist procedure that I started to regret the huge scar on the back of my head. If I had my time again I would have chosen fully shaven FUE at the start, it would have mostly likely saved me thousands of pounds and i possibly might have only needed 1 or maybe 2 procedures by this stage in my life.My adviceIf your thinking of having a procedure my advise would be to go for it and choose FUE.I have experienced procedures good and bad and would say the most important thing is to do your research, DON’T RUSH IN.The UK has some great surgeons but unfortunately the cost is so overpriced that I would definitely recommend going to Turkey after the experience I have just had.There are many places in Turkey offering this procedure and for a really low price but don’t make the mistake I made the first time around in the UK, You get what you pay for in life.Doctor Bicer is a quality surgeon and in my opinion the service you get from her clinic is at the same level as the top clinic i chose in the UK for my second procedure.I’m only 3 days post op writing this but I can already tell by the graft placement that my result should be a good one. Obviously only time will tell but I’m very confident. I have experienced 3 different procedures at 3 different clinics and everything about my procedure in Turkey with Doctor Bicer felt right.I hope this can help somebody who is thinking of traveling to Turkey for a procedure with Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul, Turkey)Dec 2020My Story, Alan - U.K.7 years ago at the age of 35 I decided to get my first hair transplant procedure. At this time I didn’t know much about these procedures so put my trust in a company and surgeon in the U.K.They talked me into getting the FUT procedure because it was more affordable and I would have a nice result. I was so desperate to fix my hair loss that I convinced myself the FUT strip scar wouldn’t be an issue for me. In my desperation I decided to go ahead with the procedure and unfortunately it became clear some months later that I had made a big mistake using this company. My result was very poor, the surgeon or should I say technicians who did most of the procedure, gave me a hairline but almost no hair coverage behind the hairline so I was left with a gap before my natural hair line started.They stitched my FUT scar which took a long time to heal and my scar had stretched in some areas.I was extremely depressed and anxious about my appearance, even more now then before I had the procedure, I knew I had to try and fix this mess.I spent months researching other surgeons in the U.K. and educating myself about hair transplant procedures, then approximately 14 months after the first procedure I found another surgeon in the U.K. The plan with this surgeon was to remove my over stretched strip scar and use the grafts to fill in some of the area behind the hairline so my appearance looked more natural. Thankfully I’d made a much better decision this time, the surgeon used staples this time for my strip scar and it healed much better. The grafts that he had to work with he used to fill in the gap the first surgeon had created behind the hairline to give a more natural look . Although I was much happier, the density was never as good as I’d hoped, this was all due the mess the first surgeon/technicians had created.Doctor Ozlem Bicer (Istanbul,Turkey)7 years after my first procedure I started to notice thinning in my crown area. I decided I wanted another procedure to fill in my crown and add more density to my frontal area. I was interested in trying FUE this time. I already had a relatively thin strip scar which I didn’t want to risk having removed again. I was interested in having a procedure in Turkey because I had a couple of friends who had been to Turkey and their result was really good.I found Doctor Ozlem Bicer’s name on Spencer Stevenson’s (SPEX) website and i trust this guy not to be recommending bad surgeons. I started to research Doctor Bicer and I was very impressed with the reviews I found. I contacted her patient coordinator Ozen and she answered all my questions and sent me pictures of previous patient results.I was speaking with 2 other clinics in Turkey at the same time, both of which were offering a much lower priced package then Doctor Bicer’s clinic. My instinct was telling me Doctor Bicer was the right Surgeon to choose for the reasons below –• Recommended
  17. Gothair_now member 14 minutes ago Add bookmark #1 I have been reading this forum for a long time in my quest for hair loss solutions. I did not want to get a hair transplant and thought other options like minoxidil and medications would be a good solution. I did try minoxidil and biotin along with other vitamins but it didnt help. I started to look at hair transplant options and learned that Turkey is a major hub to get it done. Based on this and other forums I reached out to 4 doctors including Dr Bicer. I decided to go with Dr Bicer based on her results and the fact that she is certified IHRS and does only single patient a day. This was very important to me as I have the read the horror stories of technicians doing all the incisions and extractions and the doctor just comes in for consultation. Dr Bicer and her team assured me that I will be the only patient in the clinic and they have taken all precautions due to COVID-19. I scheduled my surgery for Nov 5th. I travelled from Teaxs and was in Turkey on Nov 4th. Had my initial appointment with Dr Bicer where she explained me all the details and answered all my questions. On the day of the surgery we went through the hairline discussion where I wanted it to be lower but she explained that going any lower with moving forehead muscles while talking will not look natural. We agreed on the hairline and the procedure took 8 hrs for 3600 grafts. Dr Bicer was present during extractions and did all the incisions. The implants were done by the technicians and she kept coming around every 20 mins to check and make sure things look good. I am very happy with the initial results and looking forward to my next milestone of 90 days.
  18. Type of Procedure: FUE Hair transplant. Amount of grafts: 3300 Method of Extraction: Micro-motor Surgeon: Dr Ozlem Bicer Where: Istanbul, Turkey Hello Everybody, After almost a year of research a consulting many many different doctors and web sources (Joe Tillman included) regarding what a hair transplant actually is and what a person should look for in a hair surgeon, I finally restricted my search to about 3 or 4 doctors. All of whom are members of the prestigious IAHRS group. After further research and extensive consultations with all 4 clinics, I found Dr Bicer's offer to be most to my liking. Not only were her qualifications and results some of the best I have seen, but also her price was the most reasonable despite the level of service. Prior to coming to Turkey, the Doctor and her team were ever ready to answer my numerous questions and offered repeatedly to let me speak via video consult with the doctor herself. Finally, in January 2021, I made the trip to Istanbul, Turkey. A day before my surgery, I was called in to get all the pre-op paperwork out of the way. They explained the procedure yet again and put me at easy with their friendly smiles and words. I was given the post-op medication and hair care aswell. My pictures were taken for the sake of the before and after pics aswell. My bloods were also taken for all the necessary tests. Finally, the day of the surgery arrived. I was at the surgery by 9am. The doctor once again spoke to me and explained the procedure and repeatedly enquired if I had any more questions. I have not mentioned this yet but one of the main reason for my choosing Dr. Bicer was because of her "1 client per day" rule. Ie. on the day of your surgery, you are the only patient at the clinic and all the focus and attention is on you. And this goes a long way to ensure that there are no complications etc. Continuing with the rest of the day of my surgery, the nurses then shaved my hair off, a few more pics were taken to take note of the full extent of my hairloss. The doctor then drew my hairline and spent a good amount of time rectifying it to suite my needs whilst advising me about what to expect and what would work and what wouldn't. Once that was done, we made our way to surgery room. Just a point of note, the doctor makes it clear that during the surgery, there are 5 major parts. 1. Drawing of the hairline 2. Anesthesia 3. Graft extraction 4. Opening of the slits 5. insertion of hair into slits. No1 - The doctor does No2 - The anesthesia is done by a qualified nurse. but the doctor is present the entire time. No3 - The doctor does this part aswell. No4 - The opening of the slits is done by the doctor aswell. The nurses then separate the extracted grafts into single, double and triple hair grafts etc. and the doctor checks on them to ensure graft quality. No5 - the final stage is done by her qualified technicians. the doctor is not present the entire time during this part. But she does pop into the operating area every 10 or 15 mins to ensure all is going well and inspect the work. Returning to my surgery, first, a drip was inserted with medication to assist against any possible allergic reaction to the anesthetic. Then the anesthetic began. I was a bit worried about this part as usually everyone who has been for a hair transplant surgery speaks about the pain of the anesthesia. I opted for the needle free option. However, it is not unlike a sugar testing machine. The machine that pricks the tip of the finger with a quick thud and you feel pain for a second or 2. That's the closest way to describe it. Only its somewhat larger and the sound is louder. The pain on every use is around a 4 out of 10 mostly. Some places on the head are more sensitive so the pain can reach a 6/10. but the pain lasts about a second per shot. So this needle free applicator is used about 20 or 30xs per side of the head that is been dealt with. So it can last a good 15 min or so. But it's very bearable. Once that is done, they then use a normal injection to test where you can still feel anything , and should you feel any pain, they inject the anesthesia in and once that's done, it's painless from there till the end. Then the Doctor starts the graft extraction. After that we stopped for a small break to each lunch. Then the slits are made and grafts inserted. All in all it takes a good 10 hours or so. The doctor and her team were very professional yet friendly and made my experience extremely bereable. Based on what I have experienced so far, I would recommend Dr.Bicer and her team to anyone wanting to undergo a hair transplant. Let's hope the results are as amazing as expected. N.B. This review has been written immediately after my surgery and is based purely on what I have experienced so far. As far as the results of the surgery and whether it will be successful or not, only time will tell.
  19. Hello everyone, I just got a hair transplant two weeks ago, so now I'm starting to research what will happen and how I should take care of my hair now. I'd be very glad if anyone could answer some questions I have: 1. The transplanted hair feels somewhat 'rougher' than my surrounding, native hair. Do you know why, and when it will go back to normal? Or maybe it's just my imagination since the area is still numb? 2. In their progress photos, most people comb their transplanted hair in the front upwards, which looks very odd and unnatural to me. Is there some reason behind this beyond personal preference? Or does it somehow happen naturally with transplanted hairs? 3. How long should I wait until my first haircut, and is there a recommendation on the interval between haircuts, and on how long I should keep my hair? 4. Most people I know who had a hair transplant told me that they were told to take multivitamins and such following the surgery. I even started taking biotin because of that. However, the clinic that did my hair transplant (Dr. Bicer) did not tell me anything about that, nor did most people here mention anything about it. What do you think? 5. I have been taking finasteride for a few years. Is there any benefit in continuing? I am a Norwood 6-7. Likewise, I'm considering to start using minoxidil. Note that I will still require another transplant in the future, mainly to cover my crown area. Thanks in advance!
  20. Hello everyone, I am looking for your suggestions and recommendations for choosing a place for a HT I have been actively researching in different forums and been taking consultation from various clinic. Honestly, the more I research the more confused and indecisive I get. So I would greatly appreciate if you could pitch in your thoughts. Information about me: Age: 26 currently not on min or fin, but planning to start after the procedure. budget ~ 2,000€ (max 2,300) Offers I Have received from clinics. 1. Dr. Cinik- 4,000+ grafts; 2,090€(Fue)/ 2,340€ (sapphire fue); Consultation with doctor, Tech will do the entire procedure. 2. Cosmedica (Dr. Acar)- 4500+ grafts; 2,100€ (2,800 if more than 4500 graft is required because that will require mega session); Consultation with doctor, Tech will do the entire procedure. 3. Fuecap (Dr. Turan)- Denied, suggested it's too early for a HT, and recommend I take Fin and Min for 6-8 months to strengthen miniaturized hair and then they can revisit my case. 4. Dr Biçer- 3,000 grafts (although you need more than 4000 grafts. Because you are 26 and you have high risk to lose your current hair related with hormones. If that happens, you will need another sessions in the future. She wants to protect your donor area for the future and she wants to stop around 3000); 1.5 €/ grafts = 4,500€ + 350€ (hotel and transfer). Doctor will do most of the procedure. 5. Dr. Resul Yaman- 4,500 grafts; 2350$ (sapphire fue) / 3250$ (DHI); Doctor will do the incision, tech will do extraction and implantation. 6. Suzermed/Dr. Fatih Oztürk (through Qunomed)- 3,500-4,000 grafts; €1,850 (Fue); Doctor will do the incision, tech will do extraction and implantation. 7. Dr. Ziya Yavuz (through Qunomed)- 3,500-4,000grafts; €1,810 (Fue); Doctor will do the incision, tech will do extraction and implantation. 8. Smile Hair Clinic (through Qunomed)- €1,640(Fue); Consultation with doctor, Tech will do the entire procedure. 9. E&S Tetik: 4,000-4,500 grafts; €2,000 (DHI); Nurses will do the entire procedure. 10. Asmed/ Dr. Erdogan: 5,000 grafts; € 7,500(Tech) / €9,500 (tech+doc)/ €12,500(Doc). My thoughts, Fuecap was my first choice, but unfortunately they refused to do it. Dr. Resul Yaman quoted quite low (surprisingly) but I read quite a few bad reviews and not satisfied by his results. Same goes for Dr. Yavuz and Smile Hair clinic. Couldn't find much about suzermed/ Dr.Fatih ozturk Dr. Erdogan & Dr. Biçer are out of my budget. I am leaning towards Cinik/ Cosmedica based on the results on this and other forums, but since they are hairmill it could be a hit or miss, as I do not know which tech team will perform the surgery. (unfortunately beggers can't be choosers). I am also considering E&S tetik, they are 2 nurses who do most of the job and are not a Hair mill (does 3 patient per week), They are also pretty popular in the Turkish hair transplant forum. Please let me know if you any other clinic recommendations or suggestions.
  21. 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
  22. 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.
  23. Bicer does indeed offer FUT, yes. I asked her about it and she said she can only achieve about 2000 grafts in a strip session. She said if I wanted a higher number than that, then it would be best if I looked elsewhere. So here I am. But with that said, I guess it is totally still an option? As long as I could do another 2000+ FUE session in the future. I wonder would Dr. Bicer give me a proper FUT + FUE combo?! In one session. Or broken up over 2 days or whatever... one trip. Maybe I will ask her, haha. Dr. Ilker Apaydin is another plastic surgeon in Istanbul who does FUT. I have been in contact with him, but his results seem a little hit or miss.
  24. Hello guys, So looks like nowadays almost all doctors perform FUE operations. I am looking for FUT doctors (would be the best if they were in Europe as I live in Poland) to be able to maximize donor capacity. I know that dr. Bicer (Turkey) performs FUT but I was not impressed with the result presented on her webpage - low quality, some looked unnatural - and those were all FUE operations too. I know that Hattingen hair performs great FUT but this doctor rejected me during our consultation saying that I have too much hair (Im a Norwood 3 with thinned front). I also know about Hasson & Wong but they are far away (Canada) and are very expensive. Do you know any doctors that perform quality FUT in Europe besides Hattingen? Or should I just go with FUE? I am probably good FUE candidate as I have rather thick and straight hair - attached photos - one after shaving and one just a bit grown out.
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