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  1. Yup. There are two distinct "worlds" in which FUE exists: the online world and the real world. And I've worked thoroughly in both. When I was moderating and writing in the online HT world as a medical student, I was enthralled with FUE. Everything I saw looked amazing, elegant, and cutting-edge. And I was 100% convinced I was going to open an exclusively FUE clinic when I was done with my training. I think I even told Bill and Mickey85 this at one time, and I know I told Dr. Feller this one of the first times I came to the office to watch surgery. Then I had the opportunity to start observing and performing surgery in the "real" FUE world, and my opinion changed drastically. I started doing both surgeries and seeing the difference in graft quality, donor management, and results. And not only results in mine and Dr. Feller's patients, but results from other clinics. And I've seen them all, including results from those touted as masters online and from those who tout that their FUE grows every bit as good as their FUT. And I was highly unimpressed -- as were the patients. I also started to see what the donors look like in real life, and realized it did not contort one iota with what I read online. I also noticed something else that you touch on here: I was frequently seeing patients in consultations who had consulted with various other clinics; clinics who push FUE hard online and state that their FUE is on par or superior with their FUT. These patients came in and told me during the consultations that they met with all these guys and every SINGLE one recommended FUT over FUE for them. And these weren't NW VII 25 year old guys; they were the average patient, and when the audience was gone and they were both in the real office where the real surgery would take place, they recommended going with FUT. And I've had multiple conversations with other physicians who believe and say the exact same thing. I recall two funny ones in particular. One was in the office and one was on a phone conference. They both slowly brought up the topic of FUE unsure about where we stood or the amount we were performing, and when we told them our honest philosophy on it, they both sighed an audible breath of relief and stated that they agreed 100%. So despite some online believing we are saying these things in the face of reality or progress, I disagree and assert that you simply don't have the perspective on the day-to-day of real life hair transplant surgery. As I said before, I've lived in both and I understand the hype online, but it just does not jive with reality.
  2. Ok, so I finally got done reading through the bulk of this topic and I have to say that for the most part, it's just a lot of individuals presenting dissenting opinions coupled with chest-beating. While I wish there was more cohesiveness and congruency, this particular topic always generates controversy and dissention. But frankly, I'm really not sure what anyone expected the moderators to do here. While there may have been a few comments that were insulting, overall, it was just an aggressive conversation about Strip Vs. FUE and their opinions. This ALWAYS happens when this topic comes up. The only real issue on this topic seems to be between Mav and Dr. Feller, which has gotten overly heated and has started go get out of control. So perhaps I locked and stopped the continuation of this topic at a good time. At this point however, I think everyone had their say on this topic and other than repeating the same things over and over again, I think it's better that we leave it locked and move on to bigger and better things. In the future, I ask that everyone be more respectful towards one another and try to remember that we are actually all here for the same reasons - to share our experiences, opinions and acquired expertise about hair restoration. Remember, many are still trying to learn and acquire as much quality information as they can to make an informed decision about undergoing hair transplant surgery. Let's make it easier for them by writing and responding to one another respectfully without arguing and being combative towards one another. Best wishes, Bill
  3. Very interesting video Dr. Feller. I'm not anonymous :-). But I know a lot of people are. Internet forums are a valuable resource however, there's no doubt that there are flaws. Anonymity is highly valuable for many reasons on internet hair restoration forums, the most appropriate of which is to protect their privacy so that people they know in real life can't identify them as someone who has had cosmetic surgery. However, one of the biggest problems with anonymity is that some take advantage of it and use it as a tool to unfairly malign others, in particular, hair transplant surgeons who ultimately depend on their hard earned reputation. Now, at times, a physician may deserve a critical review, as long as it's genuine. But in other cases, information being presented is downright false and is unfairly maligning against surgeons. Those who post anonymously really need to understand and respect that physicians live and die by their reputation. Thus, we ask that members share their genuine opinions and be as respectful as possible, even if they are unhappy, angry (even if they are justified). The whole "us and them" mentality (referring to patients vs. physicians) needs to stop but instead, educated patients and expert physicians should be collaborating and working together to educate newbies and help to get them the very best results. Best wishes, Bill
  4. Dr. Feller, Thanks for presenting this video. I must admit, I haven't seen it yet but I'm sure the topic alone let alone the content is going to create a lot of controversy. I do have to say however, that I think FUE is much more viable of a procedure than you seem to make it out to be in many of your posts. Now I say "seem" because I know that you're a proponent of FUE under certain circumstances. And I also know that you're mainly posting this kind of content because you're trying to show those who may be too far to the right about FUE that it's not as viable as these people act like it is. In my opinion however, instead of pinning Strip and FUE against one another, it would be better to highlight the areas where FUE works well with Strip to create the best hair transplants. Just my opinion. On another note, it's great to hear from Dr. Reed again, even if it's through video. I know he is mostly if not totally retired from the hair restoration field. But I also have always known him to be one of the most honest and forthright surgeons and individuals. He's always had my utmost respect. Best wishes, Bill
  5. "Once you even referred to us as "mentally challenged" and "peanuts in the peanut gallery". It is for this very reason that I personally would never select you as my surgeon, not because I think you are not a very skilled surgeon." http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/161233-9-5-months-pics-1000-fue-dr-feller-not-good-so-far-9.html This along with his treatment of the patient and God complex presented throughout this case is my personal issue with Dr Feller. It's clear that his support of FUT is due to a passion, facts, experience and a feeling of ethical responsibility, however in presenting his case he CONSTANTLY gets himself into a position that shows a lack of empathy and understanding for the patients perspective, which is particularly devastating when he performs a bad result on a patient and often gets ugly. I will say agree with the majority of what he says to an extent and so would anyone who has looked at hundreds of cases, the prime examples with FUT being a higher success rate, higher yield, lower transection rates, less skeletonized and fragile grafts, a smaller overall area of scarring and donor damage, and a removed chance of taking grafts from a zone of future miniaturisation. I also agree that the big reason a SUBSTANTIAL number of FUE patients (maybe the majority) avoid FUT is simply because they are scared of having a strip removed from their head, plain and simple. The area I don't agree is that I don't have to be a surgeon to see that other recommended FUE only surgeons on this network are consistently performing successful FUE megasessions and multiple sessions that cross into the 5000-8000 levels with success and minimal donor scarring visible past a grade one. I did a long search for who I thought was getting the most consistent results of any doctor and I settled on Koray Erdogan, despite the fact that he ONLY performs FUE. He regularly performs 5000 over two days with little complications, and I'd argue gets more consistent aesthetically pleasing results than almost any FUT doctor I researched. We all know the other doctors in Europe who are achieving similar feats such as Lupanzula, Feriduni, Lorenzo etc. (many of who have more results to view online than Dr. Feller) The typical Feller response of "I'm not aware of their work" is clearly an outright lie, or stupid wilful ignorance. Notably the top end FUE surgeons are performing manual FUE. It comes down to the fact that there are a select few doctors who are primarily utilizing FUE that are more consistent and artful surgeons than the vast majority of FUT surgeons, and the prices in Europe make make it tempting too. There are successful FUT AND FUE sessions performed and posted on this website on a weekly/daily basis, and to deny that is stupidity. Many are aware FUT is the smarter option for a myriad of reasons, however just don't want a strip cut out of the back of their head. People should look at the RESULTS from as many FUE and FUT doctors as possible and make an informed decision for themselves. I think even with the awareness of what Feller says to be true, many would still prefer FUE.
  6. I agree Matt27 Dr. Feller has a history of acting VERY unprofessional. 911 Fan.... so just because a doctor pays to be recommended on this site their opinion means more? haha Did you not know they all PAY to be on here? I've had 4000 fue grafts taken and when my head is shaved you still can't tell. Every 6 months Feller starts his FUE bashing and it wins him more uneducated fans as well as more enemies.
  7. Dr. Feller, Do you plan on interviewing or quoting doctors that are recommended here? The two that you're included, Dr. Lam and Dr. Reed, aren't Network recommended. I think that by getting doctors that are recommended on record supporting your points would help your position a lot.
  8. Dr. Feller - You said in a video that all top surgeons will use FUT examples on their websites as they give the best results but Dr. Lupanzula has almost entirely FUE megasession examples, and they're videos too not jsut photos, on his website. The results look very good too. Do you have an opinion about this?
  9. A demonstration as to how FUE causes traction damage to the grafts and a few suggestions on how to minimize it, or avoid it completely. Dr. Blake Bloxham Dr. Alan Feller Great Neck, NY 516-487-3797
  10. I do too....rare indeed to see a highly respected doctor speaking from the heart about how he really feels about these issues. No sugar-coating from Dr. Feller. I wish more doctors would chime in, but it's not going to happen. Agree or disagree this thread is educational. ps: Doctor Feller and Dr. Bloxham....you guys should really consider going on as guests on "Dr. Radio" on SiriusXM radio. Doctor Radio is broadcast daily from NYU and is an excellent resource for patients of all kinds. I have heard doctor guests discussing hair transplants on some of the dermatology shows. Doctor Radio - Real Doctors Helping Real People on SiriusXM Radio
  11. This was not specified. I have an assumption too, but Dr. Feller has to speak for himself (if he wishes to). As I mentioned before, we have to accept anyones conditions, without any explaination required.
  12. Update: Unfortunately, my conditions were not accepted by Dr. Feller. I still believe, even under these conditions, this debate would have been beneficial for many forum users. Dr. Feller, nevertheless I respect your passion. Maybe we get another chance like this again under different boundary conditions or with other people involved. Like the ideas I have shared in my PM.
  13. Dr. Feller, Like mentioned before, I appreciate your passion for this topic. I would be very much interested in opinions of other clinics about this subject. Just like everyone else in here. Of course I would be into that and I do not have a problem to send you (!) my real name. But I do have some conditions: 1. My name is not exposed in the net (just to you and the third party) and I trust you to keep it secret. 2. We keep this nice and professional, during and after the call. 3. If none of the other clinics agree than they are not called out for it by anyone. I do not want to be involved into putting pressure on a clinic to go out into public in this debate. Personally, I think no clinic will not agree as they do not post here or on youtube anyway and they have nothing to “win” in this debate. My offer: I can send my key questions of mine in advance to help you and the third party to make up their minds about it beforehand. Keep in mind that, unlike for you, English is not our first language. If there are some questions which anyone doesn't want or simply can't answer we can drop them. P.S. Just to be clear. The names of the clinics were mentioned by you first and have admitted that I have met with only two of them.
  14. Gas, Would you be interested in doing a three way phone call with any or all of these doctors you have been quoting? Let's recording it and then post the recording right here on this forum for everyone to listen to. I would love to hear what these doctors have to say regarding the comparison between FUT and FUE. Send me your real name and phone number and we'll do a three way call and record it. Are you in ? Dr. Feller
  15. Appreciate the informative videos Dr. Feller! What are your opinions on FUE-ing into an FUT scar a year or two post op, assuming a trichophytic enclosure? Would that enable a patient to trim their hair shorter?
  16. Hello everyone, I've been struggling with hair loss for the past 5 or 6 years (I'm 25 now)....my hair loss became very rapid in the 19-21 range so by about 20 I began using Propecia and then switched over to the generic later on. I never used Rogaine (mostly because people scared me away from it and it seemed like too much work to maintain). I had predicted my hair would be extremely poor or even gone by age 22. Luckily Propecia worked well with me and I kept the same hair loss for about the next 4 years with just some additional loss and thinning over that time. However, I was still never happy and continue to obsess about my hair every single day, always feeling it, looking at in the mirror, taking pictures from different angles and so on. I had researched Hair Transplants for some time now (probably about 3 years) and figured once I had the money I'd take the plunge. It wasn't til about the end of 2014 that it really hit me that I was incredibly down on my appearance and I wouldn't be completely confident in myself until I made the changes I needed. I wish I could have been confident in my appearance just the way I was and be happy that I was healthy. Unfortunately not everyone is wired that way. I started my research again and living in New York, I figured Dr. Feller would be the go to guy. He has great reviews and from what I saw great results. I decided with FUT because 1) I believed I'd get the best bang for my buck and 2) I'm confident in his ability enough that my scar would heal nicely (I can also live without crew cutting my hair). I went for a consultation on 1/15/15. He drew the lines for my new hairline. We both agreed that the new hairline wouldn't be much lower than it is now, but it would certainly help to fill in the receding areas. We agreed upon approximately 2,400 grafts to do the work. After we left, I spoke to my parents and girlfriend for a few days about it and ultimately decided to go through with it. We booked my appointment for 4/2/15. The days leading towards it, I felt a number of different emotions from excitement and happiness to even regret and worrisome (I'd assume all these emotions are normal prior to a cosmetic surgery). The day of the surgery I got up nice and early and made my way to Dr. Feller's office. I walked in around 7:30 am. Being 15 minutes early I was greeted by Dr. Feller and he immediately made me feel at ease, telling me it's really not as bad as I may think it will be. I filled out some paperwork in his office, all the while talking to him about everything and anything. He really is a nice guy and easy to talk - It definitely helps to get along with the person and being comfortable during the entire procedure. He drew the lines on my head again and we both liked where it was at. I'd say we decided on a more conservative hairline rather than something too low and extreme. This was also done in an effort to preserve grafts for future if needed. Knowing my hair, and my bloodline, I would think that I will loose more hair in the back and crown area in the future and would like to know that I have plenty of grafts to play with in the future. Soon enough I was in the chair. He told me exactly what to expect and feel, and said if at any point I felt any discomfort to let him know. "We dont like pain here. Pain is bad for business" was the quote of the day. During the procedure we listened to some 80's music and he even had us playing a guessing game of the artist behind the song. I felt comfortable throughout the procedure and anytime I sensed the local anesthesia may be wearing off he just supplied some more. I may have napped for about 25 minutes before I was served lunch at 12:00 but that was about it. I'd say by 2:00 pm I was all finished. Probably the toughest part of the whole procedure was trying to stay still in the chair for all that time. After we finished I spoke with a member of his team about the post-op instructions such as showering, etc. I then spoke with Dr. Feller again regarding the same before I left. I have to go back in 2 weeks to get my staples removed. Luckily I can barely even see the staples in the back. The toughest part about the whole thing is my physical appearance right now. I had to get my hair shaved a little more than I thought I would during the procedure, so I haven't figured out yet how I am going to style my hair or hide it from the public for the next couple of weeks. I guess wearing a hat to work is my only option. However, I don't regret that it had to be done. I received more grafts in the back of my hair than I thought I would be getting and so I do think it will provide more coverage and thickness when it is all said and done. I definitely had a pleasant experience and I would like to thank Dr. Feller and his entire team for the work done. I am looking forward to the process and to finally start seeing my hair grow. I understand it will likely get worse before it gets better but oh well, the toughest part is out of the way. I've posted some pics below before the surgery, during, and after.
  17. 3,245 FUT with Dr. John Frank on Wednesday December 23rd, 2015 My background- I'm a 50 year old male, (mostly) happily married w/ two boys and professional office worker. I started losing my hair on the top & front of my head starting in my mid to late thirties. 5% minoxidil definitely helped grow some hair & slow-down the hair-loss progression for several years but hair loss started back after discontinuation; I’m now a Norwood 5A / 6. After a lot of research I finally made the decision to have the FUT procedure done vs. FUE. I don’t wear my hair short, and am not concerned of the FUT scar that will be covered with hair. FUT made sense to me personally as it required less time and potentially a larger graft size from my average donor size (very robust back and average to below average sides). I researched the various HT procedures online over the past 1-2 two years. I had five HT consultations with: 1. Bosley, 2. NJ Plastic surgeon utilizing the Neograft FUE, 3. Feller / Bloxham, 4. True / Dorin and 5. Anapelli Hair Clinic. I chose Anapelli which is run by Dr. John Frank. Dr. Frank Dr. John conducts the phone and in-person consultations personally and never delegates this important aspect with potential patients. It was very refreshing if not shocking to actually have a doctor call you directly more than once to discuss a potential procedure. Dr. Frank is a very experienced and polished HT doctor but a truly decent person as well. He is not arrogant, he is a confident yet humbled doctor. Dr. Frank is a very nice, personable, calm, and easy to talk to kind of guy. He certainly has top-notch bedside manners and a very good listener to boot thus ensuring he exceeds the patient’s expectation – thus far he has accomplished this for me! In short, Dr. Frank is a top-line highly recommended HT doctor with excellent reviews that happens to be a compassionate and caring human being – a true gentleman! Dr. Frank definitely attempts to understand the patient’s hair situation while assessing their alternatives. When he learned of my past (limited) success on minoxidil, he suggested trying minoxidil again or try finasteride to see if hair growth could be achieved again – as it did early-on while on minoxidil. In other words, his focus was on me the patient and not his monetary gain from pushing an HT first. After I described my family history with balding and my genetic pre-disposition, he agreed an HT is in order. Again, he arrived at this conclusion after carefully taking the time to discuss and understand my history first. The phone and in-person conversations lead him to really complete learn / understand my needs. This was clearly very evident when we went over all details the day of the procedure – we were totally on-the-same-page. Based on my discussions with Dr. Frank, I decided to focus the grafts on the front & top and not touch the crown. The crown is the least of my concerns and I could always re-visit in one year. HT Procedure I got to the office a little after 7:00AM. I was immediately greeted by one of the staff, she was setting up for the day and was actually the only one there at that point. She sat me down and went over some things regarding what to expect for the day and had me fill out some forms. Not too long after she got through explaining, in walked Dr. Frank. He immediately sat down with me and also went over some things. Dr. Frank set me up in my room and started the surgery. He first took the strip from my donor areas after they were adequately numbed so I didn't feel anything. The needles stung a little bit but nothing unbearable, almost like the needles a dentist administers. Dr. Frank was always concerned about my comfort throughout the whole process. After the strip was cut, the technicians proceeded to microscopically arrange the grafts by 1’s, 2’s, 3’s, etc. While this was being done, Dr. Frank made the incisions for graft placement by the technicians. Dr. Frank would definitely check-in as the technicians proceeded to ensure efficacy – Dr. Frank was personally involved with the entire HT. This was a very efficient process – I was impressed by how well his team worked seamlessly together! There were four technicians in the room plus Dr. Frank. Mostly, two technicians were separating the grafts while two others inserted the grafts into my scalp. The entire process ended at around 6PM – a very long day! Post-HT When I returned after two weeks for suture removal DR. Frank and I once again had a good conversation on far-ranging topics from my hair to his NFL/ Super Bowl experiences that I inquired about. During the visit we discussed finasteride. He wrote a script for it at 1mg daily; I’m currently trying it out. It’s been three weeks now after the procedure. I have seen quite a bit it of growth in all areas, albeit relatively small at this stage. I highly recommend Dr. John Frank to anyone that is interested in getting either the FUT or FUE procedure done. A consultation with Dr. Frank is definitely worth your time as you do your due diligence in evaluating your options. In summary, he is a great person, tremendous professional, fun individual and again I highly recommend Dr. John E. Frank for performing your hair transplant. Lastly, many thanks to this very informative website and all the members that have shared their collective experiences! Your insights have been invaluable in navigating the many options, procedures, HT doctors, etc.
  18. Gas, I don't debate layman and I don't consult with laymen as to the particulars of surgery. There are two reasons for this: The first is because you are not qualified to debate me. Do a few thousand surgeries and then get back to me. The second is because you don't know what you don't know and you aren't going to learn the particulars of surgery from a layman's online forum no matter how intelligent or enthusiastic you are. If you have a true question (not a statement in the form of a question), I will be happy to answer it for you. If you think you know it all already, then you don't need me or any other doctor. By the way, I trained Dr. Law how to perform FUE, performed his first FUE procedure with him in my office, video recorded it, and sold him his first FUE tools (my patented designs). Dr. Feller
  19. Dr. Feller I'm just curious about your outlook on FUE in the future as it pertains to donor regeneration. Though it's likely not realistic now. This idea of using minimal depth extraction techniques to leave part of the follicle stem cell behind; if this idea is further developed beyond theory and conjecture, could it not supplant FUT as the gold standard simply for expanding the donor. (You know my stance on the debate, just curious about your thoughts on the future).
  20. Of course FUE puts more trauma to the grafts. Of course the perfect FUT scar is smaller than the sum of the FUE scars (for major cases). The questions are: How much is the difference in the end and what is a "major case" ! And this should be added to all questions above as it has to be balanced against the risk of a bad FUT scar or the fear of public exposure of a standard scar. From my point of view it should not be difficult for an HAT-Researcher to really come up with a formula to compare FUE vs FUT. This would really benefit all clients. Formula would be sth. like that: FUE yield % = (1-Transection during extraction) * Growth rate of inserted grafts (non-dissected) * Factor for reduced shaft diameter of hairs * … (other parameters) FUT yield in % = (1-Transection of grafts by the Strip) * Factor for mismatched number of grafts (#) * Growth rate of inserted grafts * Factor for reduced shaft diameter of hairs * … … (other parameters) A lot of these parameters (e. g. how many grafts in % are damaged by the strip) are a function of number of grafts (and other factors like number of multiple grafts etc.) itself. Still we could get a nice graph: “Total Yield” vs. Graft number. If you enter a range for certain parameters like transection rate of 0.X-0.Y one could even plot a range for different hair types, estimation of different clinics etc. This would make the decision for FUE vs. FUT much easier. In my opinion this graphs should cross at a certain graft number, as growth rate and shaft diameter are higher for strip. I understood Feller thinks that 500-1000 is the crossing point. Dr. Law (?) in the video sees it at 1200, if I got it right. The scaring effect on the donor below the skin which was mentioned is of course unrelated to the formula above and has to be taken into account separately. Especially when further procedures are expected.
  21. Dr. Feller - I have several consultations in Europe next month and will be asking exactly these questions. Thank you. I have a question for you though - is there are any surgery you know of in which the scar produced by FUT can be reduced afterwards? Is it highly technical? Where would you get it done (in general and you personally)?
  22. Mike, This is a great quote and applies to far too many doctors performing FUE megasessions today. In the Golden Age of hair transplantation, about 1992 to 2010, the integrity of the follicle was universally held to be sacrosanct. There were articles and chapters written about how fragile grafts were and how they should not be mishandled. Now that all seems to have been conveniently forgotten. What was unethical yesterday seems to be treated as ethical today. And it's a shame. Dr. Feller Great Neck, NY
  23. Thank you, Mike. Dr. Alan Feller Great Neck, NY
  24. I've been calling out FUE doctors since 2003, Mike. I've made several "big" charges, not the least of which is it's unethical for doctors to solely offer FUE as it deprives the patient of the option of having the gold standard of hair transplant procedures which is FUT (Strip). It is every patients right to be offered the procedure that will give the best chance for the best results. FUE-only clinics deny lay patients this right. Please make sure you include that in that note you give to doctors when you consult with them. If any of them wish to come online and debate me publicly they are more than welcome to. As for my protocol: Let's say a patient comes for FUE but he is an FUT candidate: The highest number of grafts I will offer a patient via FUE is 1,500 grafts total for their lifetime. And this is IF and only IF they sign a consent form that expressly states they have been offered the FUT procedure and rejected it. The document will also state clearly that they are subjecting their donor area to a guaranteed greater level of damage, greater amount of scarring, and fewer grafts available for future procedures AND that the chances for growth in their recipient area is lower than for FUT. Anything above 1,500 FUE graft extractions increases confluences of scar in the donor area so precipitously that an ethical doctor could not justify it over that of a linear scar. Since you are a fan of writing things down I suggest you ask your FUE doctors to commit the following to writing: 1. My FUE grafts experience no more trauma than properly performed FUT grafts do. 2. My FUE grafts grow as well as my FUT grafts and I have no reason to think otherwise. 3. The damage to the grafts during the extraction process for FUE is the same as for FUT. 4. The amount of damage to the neighboring grafts in FUE is the same as for FUT. 5. The amount of scarring in the donor area produced by FUE is less than that for an equivalent sized FUT. 6. The expected growth for an FUE graft is the same as that for FUT grafts. 7. The general growth yields for FUE procedures are the same as that for FUT procedures. See if they will sign a document containing those 7 items before performing the procedure. Please get back to us with the names of those FUE doctors who will. Thank you, Dr. Feller Great Neck, NY
  25. Arminius, If you have nothing positive to contribute, why bother at all ? Posting nasty comments and personal attacks helps nobody, least of all you. Dr. Feller Great Neck, NY
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