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  1. It is virtually impossible to know for sure how many graft you need unless you are in person. I went to a completely different doctor and on the day of the surgery he offered additional grafts at additional cost. In the end, it’s about your goals and what you want. If it’s being clearly explained to you before surgery, there’s nothing “con” about it. With the pandemic and most in person consultations canceled. Its been difficult to asses patients properly without seeing them first. Patients also have a tendency to show photos or pictures that don’t tell the true story. I’d rather a physician be honest and say “hey, you’re gonna need more grafts to reach your goal” than carry out the procedure knowing that my goals won’t be reached, now that would be unethical.
  2. Hello everyone, Around seven years ago I had a 4,100 grafts FUT procedure with Dr. Rahal, in which he mostly worked on the front/mid scalp. Overall, I was very satisfied with the hairline he created, and the obtained results. However, during these years -most likely- I have lost the remaining native hair I had by that time, and hence overall density, so lately my hair had a more thin appearance. For that reason, after thinking about it, I tried to schedule a new appointment with Dr. Rahal. Due to COVID restrictions it wasn't easy, so I started to make a new Dr. research. I contacted Dr. Konior, Dr. Saphiro, and Dr. Gabel, among some others. After consideration, and based on the personal approach and confidence during this process, I scheduled the surgery with Dr. Gabel. It was carried out past Monday/Tuesday so, here, I want to share my recent experience with Dr. Gabel and his team. Many on this site have already said positive things in other posts about him and I don't want to repeat, however, now that I had my own personal experience, I can tell you all the positive things you can hear/read about him are true. It exceeded my expectations. I am not just saying that my experience with Dr. Rahal wasn't good (indeed, it was good), but the level of care and detail that I experienced with Dr. Gabel through all the procedure (and following days) was truly remarkable. The surgery was divided in two days: first day 2,435 grafts FUT lasted around 12 hours, and second day 1,066 grafts FUE lasted around 10 hours. Here is te final graft count: Day 1- FUT (2,435 grafts) to reinforce front-mid scalp and gain density 1-hair 444 (18.2%) 2-hair 1,296 (53.2%) 3-hair 539 (22.1%) 4-hair 156 (16.4%) Day 2- FUE (1,066 grafts) to gain density in the crown 1-hair 94 (8.8%) 2-hair 537 (50.4%) 3-hair 379 (35.6%) 4-hair 56 (5.3%) Special mention as well to his staff; from the desk to the surgery room. All perform their duties smoothly, always in synchronization, skillful, friendly, and nice, which makes everything easier. At the technical level, Dr. Gabel was very meticulous in every aspect of the surgery, he has the confidence that puts a patient right at ease, and I felt very comfortable through out. Dr. Gabel performed all the extractions and created all the slits both days. He and his technician placed the grafts both days as well. After all was complete, Dr Gabel did a final walkthrough, moving things around, perfecting the work, that was followed during next 3 days I stayed in Oregon. I did not wrote a review from my previous HT but this time had to do it. If you are thinking about getting a hair transplant, my opinion is: talk to different doctors, and take advantage of the valuable information you can get from the internet. If finally decided to move on with Dr. Gabel, I am pretty sure you won't regret. I'm on my 4th day of post op: 5 first pics are pre op, 4 last pics post op. I will try to keep you guys updated. Best I thought I
  3. It won't. This is simply not true. Grafts do not get oxygen from pores in your skin. They get it from blood. Grafts would choke with scabs otherwise and nothing would survive. Let's not spread misinformation please.
  4. Hello all. This is my first post. This forum has been invaluable to learning about hair transplants. Based on hours of research I am leaning heavily towards an FUT procedure at one of two New York clinics (True and Dorin or Feller & Bloxham). My biggest fear around FUT procedure is the linear scar. I wear my hair short and keep the sides trimmed at a #2 to #3. I am willing to go a few month with my hair longer to conceal a scar when it's still immature and fresh. But at the 8 to 12 month mark I would like to have a scar that is canceled by at least a #3 cut on the sides and back. Attached is an image of me with a #3.5 cut. Ideally I would like to keep my hair this length. Has anyone here had an FUT and kept their hair short and tight on the sides? Are these kinds of hair styles off the table? Any opinions and experiences would be helpful.
  5. Hi all, Since everyone on this forum has been instrumental in my years of research for the best surgeon for me, I figured I'd pay it back by making this thread about my 3,200 FUT frontal restoration procedure with Dr. Konior. I traveled from Miami to Chicago for the procedure. Dr. Konior initially scheduled me for a 3,000 graft FUT to restore the front hair line and densely pack. He ended up extracting around 3,200. It's only been 48 hours since the procedure, so I don't have any exact counts yet. I'll ask and get the exact numbers and types of grafts (singles, doubles, triples, etc) during my check ups this week. DAY OF SURGERY: I arrived at 6:30AM and quickly began the in-person consult with Dr. Konior. My first impression was exactly why I consider him to be one of the best in the business. We literally spent over an hour discussing the perfect hairline design for me. He tweaked it every few seconds for at least 20 minutes until it was perfect. As others have noted, he's a true perfectionist. I initially was nervous to ask for a slightly more aggressive hairline, but we both agreed on an age appropriate yet significantly lowered hairline that nicely filled in my temples. I promised to stay on finasteride/minoxidil for life (I already have been on moxidil for 4 years, and topical finasteride for 1 uear) so I can at least maintain my native hairs. After the 1 hour consult and agreement on the hairline, it was time to go into the operating room. I was given medication to help me relax and dose off. Every time I woke up, Dr. Konior was right by my side. I don't think he ever left the room except for when I had my own breaks for lunch and bathroom. I was extremely comfortable. Like others have mentioned, the only slightly painful part was the injection of the numbing agent in the donor area. The best part of this entire experience was that there was no rush. We had all day, I was the only patient he was seeing that day, and he did the entire procedure with only minimal help from technicians (based on what I could feel/hear -- my eyes were covered with a gauze). The primary technician has been with him for 27 years. It was a long day. The procedure ended at around 9PM. So, 6:30AM until 9PM. Since the procedure, I've had some discomfort on the incision line (to be expected) but the recipient area doesn't hurt at all. The pain relief meds have definitely helped tons. PRE-OP PHOTOS: PRE-OP HAIRLINE DESIGN POST-OP (between 1-2 days after procedure): I'm pretty swolen, so I'm sure once the swelling goes down so too will the hairline height. Either way, I'm thrilled thus far. You can tell it's really nicely/densely packed. Once I receive the exact numbers I will update the community. Lastly, I just want to say thank you all for sharing your experiences on this forum. I hope to pay it forward with this post and future updates. Now, the waiting game..
  6. You do have fantastic hair. It’s certainly a hairline i can only dream of. Pics don’t always show a true picture. You do have very minimal loss. And are on meds to reduce any chance of future loss. Certainly think hard if it’s worthwhile considering a transplant at this time. If I was in your shoes I wouldn’t purse it. Ultimately it’s up to you though, the community is a invaluable source. The comments above are great 👍🏽
  7. Reviews from where? Just asking as it’s very difficult to get true reviews unless it’s actual patient posted full journeys.
  8. I never said Lupunzula is not good, so you’re sorely mistaken. I’ve said between him and Bisanga- Bisanga has more experience. He was the one who trained him. That’s a fair and true statement. Whether you think one is better than the other is a matter of opinion, but experience is not.
  9. That’s not a fair or true statement, while I agree Reddy is very skilled. Only a handful maybe even less have as many patient reviews that are successful as Dr. Bisanga. He has over a decades worth of high quality work.
  10. Old article: https://www.hairlosscure2020.com/dr-hasson-ditches-oral-finasteride-and-switches-to-topical/ It says they have completely stopped prescribing oral finasteride and instead only provide topical finasteride. They are such a reputed and old center so I think it's a big deal. One would think they would have published scientific studies from their experience with hundreds of patients, but I couldn't find anything.
  11. **Went with non shave option( 20% extra charge)** I DONT RECOMMEND non shave option. You can read more on my day 7th post below. Hey everyone I am creating this thread as I have been active on this forum for a while and received a lot of help from the members, who helped me to make the decision for the right clinic and the doctors. I would like to return the favour and I hope my journey will help people who are looking for the right clinic and surgeons. Before I write my journey, please note that I am writing my own true personal experience and this is in no shape or form a marketing stunt for the clinic or the doctors. I wish to portray the right picture for anyone who wants to know the real experience at Eugenix and my outcome. I am not going into details about Accommodation, food etc because I flew to India to get the surgery done so I will stick to the most important parts. To be brief, you will either be picked by Eugenix staff or an OLA cab will be pre booked. You will either stay at Eugenix or a hotel which is 100mtrs away from Eugenix. I recommend that you stay at Eugenix main building. You can arrange all this with the clinic. Food at Eugenix: You can order the food depending on what you like. Please note that its very hard to find non spicy dishes. After experimenting, I could only find Afghani chicken as non spicy so check with the clinic if you dont eat spicy food. Flew on Dec 19th and reached on Dec 20th at 2AM Dec 20th- Bfast at 9 AM. My blood tests were taken around 10AM and results came in around 5pm. If possible, get the tests done in your home country and email the results to Eugenix before flying in. This will save your day as I felt that I wasted Dec 20th. I met Dr Arika Bansal around 6pm who looked at my scalp and had a short chat about next steps for Dec 21st. Dr Bansal is great so you should ask any questions that you might have. Dec 21st- Bfast at 9. Lunch at 12pm. I met Dr Sethi around 1.30PM ( Dr Sethi’s flight was delayed from Mumbai and that’s why could not meet earlier in the morning) Dr Sethi is very lively person and I felt good meeting him for the first time. My scalp and hair was looked at and I was taken to this room to draw the hairline and temples. I took my time and did some minor changes on what I wanted for myself. (This is very important. Take your time and make sure that you are happy with the hairline drawn etc.) I changed into sterile clothes for the surgery room and was taken to the operation theatre. People present in the room were: Dr Sethi, Dr Alok and 4-5 technicians. Dr Alok started giving me local anaesthesia. A vibration device was held to my head where the needle was being injected to make it less painful. This was done in an area to take my few grafts and evaluate it. The graft evaluation result: Thick healthy grafts and overall- 60% grafts- triples 40% grafts- Doubles I had no single hair in any grafts so doubles were made into singles for the hair line and the areas of the temples My blood was taken and PRP done at this stage. Local anaesthesia is uncomfortable but not something that I would scream and say Holy S**t. Basically this is given all over the head and anytime you feel a little pain, you let the doctors know and they will give you more of it. Please note that at the end of the day it’s a surgical procedure so a little bit of sting sensation will be there. Some parts of head wont feel a thing and others might feel a sting or once or twice you might say ouch !! Once head was numb for the procedure, Dr Sethi made all the slits for my hair line and temples. Dr Arika Bansal did the extractions and the technicians implanted the grafts. When extraction is done from the back of the head, you will be lying on stomach and for longer period you may feel uncomfortable. I wanted to move so I asked for a short break. It took 7-8 hours the first day and I had couple of breaks. During the breaks, the technicians would massage your shoulders and back to get the blood flowing as you are lying down for a long time. I would suggest to ask for a can of coke or another sugary drink to get your energy levels up. The room also has a TV so you can ask for your favourite music to be put on. Trust me this would help to get the time pass quicker. Grafts are being counted and written on the board. At the end of the day on 21st, I had 2112 grafts implanted on my frontal part except the hair line. The whole team is involved and after slits were made by Dr Sethi other doctors such as Dr Bansal, Dr Alok and technicians were involved. Dec 22nd- Bfast at 8AM. Surgery at 9AM. This is the day to reconstruct the temples and hairline. Slits were already there so Dr Alok gave the local anaesthesia and Dr Bansal , Dr Alok did the extraction. When the extraction was being done, the hair could not be implanted on temples simultaneously as I was lying on my stomach. The grafts might be outside for 30-40 minutes. After the extraction, the technicians implanted the grafts and was supervised by Dr Bansal, Dr Sethi few times. Please note that Dr Alok is equally good at what he does including giving the local anaesthesia. The 2 technicians who were implanting are working with Eugenix for 8 and 5 years. Day 2 took around 4 hours and 1000 grafts were implanted. Total grafts- 3112 The same day, I rested and got to the airport at 11pm as my flight was at 3:30AM on Dec 23rd. One great tip- I skipped all the queues at airport and immigration as I wasn’t shy about my surgery and went to ask for the queue to be skipped which they allowed every time. I was also the first one to board the flight everytime. I made my decision after meeting few Eugenix patients beforehand, the results, Doctors education, experience and reputation and I can say that I made the right choice. Cost of blood test- Rs 3200 Cost of medicines – Rs 5000 app.(Exc. Fin and Minoxidil) I purchased liquid form- Mixture of Minoxidil & Fin( Please note I will not be taking Fin. Tablets) 20% discount on per graft if you book in advance. 20% extra charge on non shave option. Please check their website. 18% tax is extra So this is my experience and I hope the above is helpful. I highly recommend Eugenix and according to my experience I made the right decision and was a perfect place for me to go ahead with the surgery. Do your own research before deciding but I hope my review will help you make that decision. I will keep posting my pictures and my full journey until I have full head of hair Hopefully!! All the best to everyone !!
  12. It is true, I’ve seen this happen with my own eyes. Other sites removing negative reviews, or having them posted in a “private” section, which makes no sense. However, there are instances where patients also try and use sites as a tool to coerce refunds, etc. Once they receive a refund they disappear. My point is not all patients are saints and not all surgeons are bad. Researching in-depth is vital. Drawing your own conclusions is important, because you can’t expect another person to have your best interest. That every patients job.
  13. Yes it's true that some sites will delete any negative posts on some of their sponsoring doctors...in addition, many dissatisfied patients are embarrassed to post their case online as well so we really have no idea how many there are...and still there are those who are afraid of retaliation. So it really comes down to choosing the doctors who have long reputable histories of doing great work...oh sure, everyone has a blip now and then however we must keep in mind that elective surgery is not perfect and there are risks associated with it.
  14. On the subject of eyebrow hair, I'm not sure if I have MORE but I do think the individual hairs are growing a bit longer on average and just a little bit thicker as a result. This is also true of any non scalp body hair in my case. No visible hair where there wasn't before though. Also 5mg daily, for those wondering. Just an anecdote.
  15. True. It's been really hard to figure out what the unbiased truth is. This whole situation does boil down to a he said/she said scenario. I've read all the threads and personally just feel like it's super hard to discern the whole story without actually reading all the emails and knowing exactly how the conversations went down. It's really hard to make a judgment either way just because the patient seems upset and Dr K really hasn't said all that much. Like I just got the feeling the whole time that I was only hearing part of the story, and then from Dr. K, he didn't really say anything. I don't really feel it's fair for anyone to make a judgment based on what we've read so far. Though my personal opinion is that I really feel like he should have taken Dr. K up on the offer and put things to rest. It's legitimately the best way for both parties to proceed if he hasn't burnt his bridges with Dr. K already... But at the same time, his hair looks great. Some people would kill to get "botched" like that. And have a free session thrown in afterward... I'm still kinda clueless how 70 grafts/cm is such killer density anyway as if it's in the hairline it's probably mostly singles and lots of people have native density that exceeds 70. At worst, he could just use thinning scissors like they use at hair salons to thin out his hair. What an all around weird case lol. I've never heard of too dense before.
  16. If you're interested you may want to look further into how microneedling is used on the face to treat acne scarring. I'm sure the same principles would apply to donor scars, though you of course have the extra complication of hair all over that area. I've seen some indication that a good PRP protocol might also have benefits as far as improving marbling of scar tissue, and that may be an option as well. It was used for treatment of injuries long before anything to do with hair rejuvenation. The thing I've been wondering is specifically how much went into the crown vs the midscalp. Before the second surgery you were thinking you would likely need less in the crown than the midscalp thanks to medication. Did you find this to be true, or did the doctor comment on it?
  17. Hi all, it took me a while to get the courage and share my experience with you, I ve been keeping an eye on the forum for a while before I decided to have a hair transplant surgery. I ve been reading about doctors, I ve been checking your results here and on few other forums before making my mind and go for Dr. Koray Erdoğan at Asmed Clinic. I am 39 years old and my frontline has been receeding especially in the past 5 years, looking at my old pictures I began to notice, as in the meantime I became an expert at hiding it while styling my hair So, as I’ve been working from home for over a year now given the pandemics, I said it would be the right time to get this done I had my surgery on the 30th May, so one day before the procedure, I went to the clinic for the consultation with Dr. Koray, prior to the surgery. In order to even get into the clinic, one must pass through these doors that launch disinfecting spray all over your body. Then they test your temperature to see if you have a fever and make you change your mask for a new one. After the Covid-19 test we went to the routine ones, like ECG, blood tests . Once these were good, I met my patient coordinator, Andreea, who accompanied me to the next steps, as following. First, they took my pictures, professional cameras, both dry and wet hair (once again, a bigger shock to see actually the dimensions of my hairloss area ). Then we went back to the lobby, listen to some nice piano music and Andreea, my patient coordintor, explained what would happen next, during the consultation with the doctor and the next day. I must admit, I was nervous before, who would not be?! But as soon as I stept into the clinic I felt reassured that I am in the right place, sorrounded by the right people. So, we got to the consultation with Dr. Koray, moment of truth - after the doc checked my hair (density, caliber), calculated my donor capacity and also made the design of my frontline he also recommended to adress the temple peaks area, which would make a difference by framing my face, according to the doc. I checked in the mirror and liked the design, then the doctor explained the characteristics of my hair and answered all my questions, recommended to use Finasteride especially for the crown area, where I also have thinning hair. Started using medication some day. I got my hair shaved, washed, then they took pictures of my donor area and went to the Ke Bot. Again Dr. Koray draw my hairline, checked pictures and robot analysis, based on which there were to make the plan of my surgery. Now fast forward, getting to the big day, the surgery day I had a very nice surprise to see what tech they have in there - WOW - I could see number of hairs, grafts, projection on my head, donor area, occipital, parietal, where to extract from, where to place the hairs, everything first -rate. Even all the hairs that were implanted were counted real time. Surgery went smooth, pain was quite manageable and cold senstion was solved with a heated blanket. During the day I was able to watch a movie or listen to some music, also got some sleep. Dr. Koray and the team that has operated me were very kind and offering true comfort. Next day they washed my hair, removed my bandage and explain how I should take care of my hair for the next 10-12 days, also provided the lotion and shampoo I was going to use. I can tell overall I am very happy about the way everything happened and especially by now when I look in the mirror the design of my frontline looks amazing, I m very excited and cannot wait to see the regrowth, still I know I have around one year of waiting ahead, but good things come to those who wait I leave here the pictures with my current situation, now it s almost one month after surgery, with shedding stage about the happen. If you have any questions will try my best to answer and post my pics every month, so that you can see my results and share your thoughts with me.
  18. True, doctors/surgeons/technicians are people too. But if you're going to a top tier clinic I think worst case scenario is you just don't get the density you had hoped for and eventually have to go in for another round. Keep that in mind, because one and done HT's are actually quite rare.
  19. I gave a shout out to Melvin and you deserve one too. During the five years I made research I was always impressed by your directness. I remember when you suggested a guy with a dark spot in his recipient area might had necrosis and it turned out to be true. That was a big moment. After that, I started trusting your opinion a lot. Thank you for your comment!
  20. The more I am starting to learn more about a Hair Transplant, the more I am realizing that you can't seem to have a successful one unless you are on Fin? Is this true? I went to the Belgravia center in the UK once and took Minoxidil with Finasteride and it terrified me. The side effects were very real and I felt anxious, faint, and super light headed. If you research the side effects, people are saying they had irreversible side effects of erectile dysfunction and there is a whole subreddit group on it, so any of you who say, this is 2-3%, go look at the group and read the stories, they are terrifying. People have been off Fin for 5+ years and still cannot get a boner... I thought the whole point of a Hair Transplant was to avoid medication like this, and now you are telling me I need Fin!? Seriously? What are my options, nothing?
  21. I wanted to share the incredible experience I had with Dr. Gabel and his team. Getting a hair transplant was very nerve-wracking because I was afraid of making a mistake. I did a lot of research and consulted with a handful of other doctors. It was important for me to find a doctor that I was confident in doing the procedure but most importantly a doctor that I trusted. After my first consultation with Dr. Gabel, I knew he was the right doctor and I trusted his judgement. I had a lot of questions around all aspects of the procedure; Building natural looking hairline, hair density, FUT vs. FUE, scarring, what to expect appearance wise after procedure, timelines for re-growth, operation details (Pain?, meds, etc). Nothing felt like a bad question and every answer I received was honest, with a well educated recommendation when needed. I couldn't be happier with Dr. Gabel and his team! Dr. Gabel was very transparent with his expectations on what he could accomplish, he was also patient with all of my questions/concerns, and he guided me where I needed to ensure I got my HT done correctly. I can easily say Dr. Gabel is a true expert and someone to trust to get things done correctly....his team and him definitely lived up to my expectations and even exceeded it! Not having hair has been a very personal thing for me and something I have dreamed of fixing for sometime. I am so glad I finally decided to made the decision to get it done!
  22. Hello everyone, I am a hair loss patient from China. After studying for a few months in the forum, I chose Dr. Kaan to transplant and agreed to transplant 3,000 units. 9.17 I arrived at Ankara, Turkey, and saw kaan. He hired a Chinese translator for me and it was free. However, Dr. Kaan checked my hair and thought that I was not suitable for hair transplant and refused to transplant for me. At that time, I was very depressed and could not accept the result. The doctor said that my pillow resources were not very good. However, I strongly urged that the transplant be continued. Dr. Kaan wanted to transplant 1000 units for me. After transplanting to 100 units, Dr. Kaan terminated the operation because my hair follicles were of poor quality. Finally, Dr. Kaan refunded my deposit. Thank you Dr. Kaan, he is a very responsible doctor. He didn't want to make my money. I came from far away China and knew that he is very famous. It is true, although I did not have surgery at the end, but the doctor I was very touched by the free transfer of 100 units for me. Now, I have accepted the result. I am a patient who is not suitable for hair transplant. My life has to continue. I will not have the illusion of hair growth in the future. I will accept my life. Finally, I chose to play in Turkey for a few days. The scenery in Turkey is very beautiful. Thank you, Dr. Kaan, and finally sent me to the airport for free. It can be said that Dr. Kanan saved me because if I chose another doctor, the result is doomed to be a failure.
  23. @Hairtroubles Dude, I'm not a big fan of Fin, but based on your mindset and blatantly obvious over the top paranoia, I wouldn't suggest even looking at Finasteride let alone taking it. It's clear you are unstable, don't understand the science behind the medication, the actual overall statistics of things, what the internet and media can do to a narrative (even if said narrative is somewhat true to begin with), and general transplant/MPB drug info in general.
  24. Well if it was true, I would be completely bald because of the abundance of XRays that I have received.
  25. Thank you for the amazing feedback! And to be honest, I have no idea if the meds (fin + min) are working or not... I feel like my hair is much thicker though. My crown was also starting to see some thinning, but it's starting to fill in again. The HRL Shampoo rocks as it makes my hair look much thicker. Even if it's not true DHT blocking, it's a good volumizer. I am super thrilled to post my before and after photos at Month 9/10. It's pretty shocking to see the transformation of my appearance with the HT. Aaron says it's night and day...
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