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  1. I agree with Dr. Feller's assessment. Based upon both what I have seen in clinical practice and the initial findings of the FOX testing -- this study really deserves a second look from the HT field because it correctly predicted a lot of things and gave sound reasoning as to why. A great donor, a skilled surgeon, and proper protocol are paramount to maximizing your prospects at a good FUE. However, even a "good donor" doesn't take into account how well your skin will want to let go of the grafts and how accepting your follicles will be to the FUE process. Everything can look great on paper and still not proceed as hoped.
  2. Dr. Feller, This is my last post on this, as I made everything transparent and clear. 1) Timeline is clearly given by screenshots a) You first sent a PM that you cannot accept my conditions. This is fine and your choice. b) I answered, that I am sorry to hear and went away to a business trip. c) Then you stated in the forum that you accept not making my name public and I should get in touch. You even called me out for it. d) After being back I immediately answered you with my name and a link which should help you to verify my background (especially as you have accused me wrongly before). I even apologized for being away. - You could have answered to that PM - You could have answered in the forum - You could make a proposal for a timing - You could answer if you like skype or phone - Why is this all my task? Why did you all of sudden ignored everything I wrote? ? My name is much more precious than my phone number (which I can easily change when you publish it). So why should I give you my name if I am not serious? If you think I was not serious? Why don’t you ask? You had the time to send a PM to a third person but you could not contact me. 2) If the conditions are unreasonable, why asking for my name again after first declining and claiming we would go through? I just do not get that? 3) So you can make conditions and define questions and I cannot? Why? We all have questions which we would like being answered. 4) Please, Dr. Feller, you have been in numerous fights in here: With other users, with other clinics (which you mock, month after the discussion is over), threads got closed etc. You are (to say it positive) very emotional about this. Is my request not to mock the other clinic or start calling people out, really that unreasonable? I do not think so. Well, finally, you have now everything you wanted (with the only exception, that you shall not publish my name). You have my name, you have my phone number, you can verify my background, I can show you pictures of my case if you want (as the response of other clinics to my case started all this), I dropped any conditions but my name being public, you have my first questions,… If you want also dates, I am available at the following times (all at the evening so it is more convenient for you because of the time delay): - Sa 17th of June any time from 6-10 pm (Berlin time) - Su 18th of June any time from 6-10 pm - Tu 20th of June any time from 8.30 to 10 pm - Fr 23rd of June any time from 8.30 to 10 pm If all these times are to short notice or not possible for anyone, please send other suggestions. So after making the claim twice to different Users in this forum that you would do this call: Do it or drop this entire thing for the sake of this discussion.
  3. Gas, I'm glad you like my passion. You've written that a few times and I appreciate it. This is my business and I happen to love what I do and enjoy sharing it. I volunteer my time on this site and take a lot of abuse because in the end I enjoy speaking my mind and cutting through the BS that get's thrown around far too often-especially when it comes to FUE. You can chalk up the phone interview, or lack thereof, to a misunderstanding. I have no intention of going around and around. But it is all seems very clear to me. Summary: 1.I asked for your name and phone number and you would not give them. 2. You made conditions I could not accept. 3. I never agreed to conditions in the first place. Timeline: I asked for your name and phone number. Plain and simple. But you didn't send them. Instead you posted online that you WOULD give them, but that I would have to agree to conditions that no reasonable person could accept especially if the goal was to do a recorded and transparent interview. So already the games began. I ignored your conditions and immediately posted what my questions would be limited to. Which were nothing sinister by the way. Just basic FUE questions.That should have been enough. But rather than PM me your information right away so we could move forward you PMd your conditions again saying you didn't want the call to turn heated and that if the doctors refused to participate that I couldn't report it. First, how can I be expected to control which way the conversation goes ? In an interview the discussion goes where it goes. I certainly had no expectations of an emotional phone call, but apparently you did. And second why should I not report online that the doctors refused to participate if that's what they choose to do ? And third, if I posted the recording on a thread how can I control what other posters will say about the doctors? I am not a moderator. Your conditions were unreasonable. I immediately PM'd you back that I don't accept conditions. Either the call would be totally open and transparent or it would be pointless. You should have dropped your conditions and let me make the call and just let it go where it goes. But you wouldn't do that. Instead you went back online and simply posted that Dr. Feller wouldn't accept your terms. That was disingenuous. I didn't agree to terms in the first place and I gave you no reason to believe that call would turn heated or that any thread built around it would become a "slugfest". That was the canard you created. Again, this is game playing and time wasting. I wanted to give you one more chance to allow the phone call to happen so I posted on May 22 that I would not use your name. And you vanished. Until I received a PM from you 9 days later on May 31. More game playing. And in that third PM did I get your name and phone number ? No, only A name and no phone number. To get that I would have to use a linkln url that you attached. I put it into my browser and hit a wall that said I would have to sign up for an account. More game playing. I had enough and wrote you off. If you were serious about the phone call happening you would not have stretched it out so long and you would have simply sent me a single PM saying "Hi Dr. Feller my name is Mr. John Doe and my phone number is XXX-XXXX I live in X country and I am available at XX:XX your time for the phone call" But you didn't do that. You played games and wanted me to fish for every piece of information and then prevent me from using it if things didn't go according to your "conditions". If you want to call that series of events a misunderstanding that's fine, I'm not going to continue going around and around with you, but the events seem clear to me.
  4. You're not alone. In fact, I personally think one of the reasons why FUE scars "work" for a lot of people is NOT because they aren't there or they are "invisible to the untrained eye" -- these are both simply untrue -- but because they don't appear as "surgical." I don't think patients have as much of a big deal with scarring as they may have with the "stigma" of a scar that people can identify as surgical. If the scars look traumatic, secondary to some sort of inflammation, etc, then they aren't as stress-inducing if noticed. And mFUE scars -- even when I take large pieces -- fit this bill; they are visible, but they don't scream surgery -- cosmetic or otherwise. I think it depends on how you define "mini strip." The principle behind the modified approach is pretty simple: instead of taking one big strip in one shot or taking little individuals follicular units one-by-one, we take out little bites or pieces. The size varies greatly depending on the patient, overall goals, the reason they would rather have modified above FUT, etc. So if these get big enough to fall into the undefined category of a "mini-strip" or a "broken up strip," then I have no problem saying this scarring works well. Imagine little dashes placed very strategically throughout the donor or a stuttering strip incision line. The scarring actually works quite well. And I'm still doing more trials with the sizes of the pieces. However, the reason why I never accepted the "mini-strip" argument in the beginning was because Dr. Feller and another colleague had experimented with TRUE mini strips in the past and he wasn't pleased with the scarring. Don't think of these as little dashes a cm or 2 long; think of a third of an FUT line. The transection issue was something brought up many times, but it's a red herring if you actually watch videos of Dr. Lindsey performing the technique. Initially, it was presumed that we were using a punch to score all the way down to the bulbs basically. Now, if this WAS the case, using a punch that large and that rigid in shape would cause a lot of transection. But that's not what we were doing. We were only using the punch to superficially score the very top of the skin, and then using blades of differing sizes to make the cuts. Just like an FUT. The superficial scoring prevents the blade from skipping around, and just like in FUT the natural pressure "fluid wave" as the blade moves through the skin moves the follicles out of the way and prevents transection. I've run the numbers myself, and transection is on-par with FUT. The only time the false charge was made that it could not be is when people thought we were using the punch in a different manner. All patients are evaluated on a case-by-case basis. But I don't believe in the VERY expanded donor zone we often see in large FUE cases; put it that way.
  5. Dr. Feller, I never called you names or anything. Even defended you. But this is the 3rd time you calling me out (and only gave one apology for saying that I am working for an FUE clinic secretly). If there is any misunderstanding or any info missing, you always could have contacted me. Instead you did explain yourself only to a third party, after (!) I gave my name but did not apprach me directly or in the forum. Why? 1. Wrong: I send my name, offered skype and phone and NEVER EVER heard back. 2. Wrong: I said long (!) ago, that I was on a business trip and do not use the company computer for online forums and even more important: I went away after you said you do not accept my conditions. Should I stay online until you change your mind? Unlike you I do not have business in this topic and only spend my freetime here. 3. Wrong: I had three conditions, which I never changed from my first post. 4. How do you know that I would do that? How could I do actually stop you from posting it, sue you? Why would not mention my name and “playing it clean” reduce the worth of the discussion? 5. Wrong: I gave you my name and offered skype and phone as well (just in case you do not want skype. I just assumed most clinics use skype anyway for online consulting). The conditions were there from the very beginning. 6. Ok, if this is the truth, it would be great and I appreciate that, but why haven’t you done this a long time ago? 7. You blew me off? I gave you my real name, after you accepted in public and I never ever heard back until you chatting with third party over it. Again, If you change your mind, I do not have any problem with it. But then just send me a PM and everything is fine. This is the chronic of our discussion (just corrected some spelling): Gasthoerer 4:24 PM 5/21/2017 Dear Dr. Feller, you are indeed passionate about this topic and I appreciate that. Of course I would be interested in this in such a call, cause it would help many hair loss sufferers including myself. However, I have two conditions which are not negotiable: 1. I will send you my name and everything, but I do not want it to be exposed in the net. I am afraid it might affect my career. 2. This must be played clean. No slugfest like in the other threat. Especially if the other clinics opt out, I do not want them no be called "cowards" etc. Not everyone is as open as you in the net and this has to be accepted. Also this are currently my best options for a transplant and I do not want to get in a fight with them. I will answer as well in the open forum, but without being as specific about the second topic. Best regards, Gasth?rer Dr. Alan Feller 7:38 PM 5/21/2017 I can't accept any conditions. Everything and everyone has to be open and transparent or there is no point. Gasthoerer 10:33 PM 5/22/2017 Well, Dr. Feller, I am sorry to hear that. From my point of view, this would be an interesting discussion for many forum users. My conditions would not lower the value of this debate. I do not think there is a benefit for other users, when they know my real name, but I see a risk for myself. Hence, I stand by my conditions. Other people in other positions could think differently. Of course I would be happy, if you find some else for this discussion or have the discussion bilateral. Personally, I think an consumer would be additional value for this discussion. I can still send you questions which are interesting from my (consumer) point of view if you are interested. Maybe I post them in the forum on the weekend, when I have more time. Or maybe you can get Spex asking this questions or serve as a moderator. Thanks for the approach, Gasth?rer By the way: Above was you last PM! After my reply I went on the business trip. There was no (!) evidence for me, that you would change your mind and that I would delay anything by not going online during my business trip. Until when I was back, I saw you had posted in parallel and during my absence: 05-31-2017, 11:03 PM Gasthoerer Member Veteran Real Hair Club Member Join Date: Mar 2017 Posts: 65 Last Online: Today 10:00 AM Sorry, I answer in here, cause the other thread was closed. Unfortunately, I have been on a business trip and could not access the forum (as I do not like to use the company computer). Please apologize for the late reaction. Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Alan Feller And Gasthoerer, PM me your name and phone number and I won't post it online. Like i mentioned before: If you agree to the conditions which I send by PM and stated in the forum, I would love to be part in this. Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Alan Feller believe Gasthrower spoke out of turn by claiming that two doctors -who perform FUE and FUT regularly- offered him FUE to the exclusion of FUT. I believe in actuality there is more to his story that he has been omitting. I asked for his real name but he would not give it. After that , I gave you my name the next day and never ever heard back: from you: Gasthoerer 1:23 AM 6/1/2017 Dear Dr. Feller, as you stated you won't publish my name, I'll send it to you, as I trust you honor you word. If you can "keep it clean" I am happy, if you contact either clinic. If you cannot promise that, then please don't apporach them. You have my name, which hopefully convinces you, that I am not involved with any clinic etc. Furthermore, I can send you the link to my "hair case" which I posted in a domestic forum, if this helps you, to judge the answers of the other clinics. But I fear that the pictures, will not to the case justice. All clinics have said that the status of my crown is difficult to judge on a picture. If you need specific pictures, let me know. Best regards, XXX (My full name) P.S. Rather than a phone call I would prefer skype, but phone would be also possible. P.P.S. You find me on Linked in (old profile) or XING (new profile) as well. https://www.linkedin.com/in/XXX/ By the way, you have made the same offer before in 2015. You could easily contact the clinics before approaching me. 06-08-2015, 03:15 AM Dr. Alan Feller Senior Member Celestial Follicle Club Member Join Date: Oct 2002 Location: Great Neck, NY Posts: 2,058 Last Online: Today 07:10 PM Hairweare, ... Tell you what, why don't you PM me your real name and phone number. Then I can make a three way call between you, me, and Dr. Lorenzo and you can hear first hand … You know what? We can keep discussing or both man up and call it a misunderstanding. Even though I do not like your style/behavior, I still like your passion. I will send you my phone number (if you do not like skype) and we go forward. Only condition from my side: My name is not being published. Nothing else. I would ask the same questions anyway in my next consultation with Feriduni in August and give insight here. But your opinion shared with Feriduni would improve the value dramatically.
  6. Dr. Bloxham, please keep this interesting discussion ongoing. Finally, we have some value in here. My questions are as follows: a) Is this the study you are refering too? hair transplant: Dr. M Beehner’s Study about FUE and FUT There are some numbers given, which are very low (survival rates). FUE is way (!) lower than FUT. But also FUT survival rates are much lower than what Dr. Feller and you typically mention. Why is that? b) I think you didn't specifically adress that Dr. Lupanzala was claiming that singles made from doubles or tripples in FUT are skeletonized. Are the FUT grafts you are showing including typical singles gained from multis? If not, could you adress how they would look (and grow)? c)This might go to Dr. Lupanzala: Is the quality of the FUE grafts shown by Dr. Bloxham, similair to the grafts you typically score? Do you get less skeletonized grafts, which you can show? Or do you think there is not much of a effect on growth anyway (when proper care is taken). Thanks to Dr. Lupanzala again for joining the discussion.
  7. Dr. Lupanzala, Dr. Lupanzula, I genuinely appreciate you joining in and participating in this relatively controversial discussion. As you can see from the topic, there are some very strong opinions posted by some very bold personalities, Dr. Feller included. Dr. Feller has been providing his opinion regarding his experience with FUE for some time so it's nice to get another doctor's opinion, especially one that differs to some extent. I agree with Dr. Feller that even if you two don't see completely 100% eye to eye that it's good to have an open, transparent discussion that's out and open to the public. I have been hearing and posting about the three forces placed on the follicle during the FUE donor excision process for years ever since Dr. Feller explained these to the community years ago. Though I am an educated patient, I have no direct experience with performing surgery, nor should I as a layperson. However, conceptually, I know a lot and I do happen to agree that the three forces (tension, torsion and traction) placed on the follicular unit during extraction can and even has been overcome. Dr. Feller seems to agree with your assertion that they "can" be overcome but dismisses that they "have". If you have the time, the community would love to hear how you believe these three forces have been overcome in your experienced hands during an FUE hair transplant procedure. Keep up the great work! Bill
  8. 1. No it is not possible. I was completely clear from the beginning. I send my conditions to Dr. Feller and told I will publish them here. Which I did. Dr. Feller said in a PM that he would not accept any (!) conditions. I answered, that I am sorry to hear that, but that I still would not publish my name openly. I alsosaid, that I would be happy if this would we a bilateral discussion (between the clinics) or that as an option (!) Spex could be the moderator. Spex is familiar with all parties involved and I thought that he could serve as “our forum voice”. After that Dr. Feller first published (in the closed threat) “Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Alan Feller And Gasthoerer, PM me your name and phone number and I won't post it online. I understand this as an acceptance of the other conditions of mine. Why should I send my name, if that would not be the case? When I didn’t reply fast enough (was on a business trip), he even gave the impression in this forum that I didn’t want to give name after his request and if I would he would go through. Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Alan Feller believe Gasthrower spoke out of turn by claiming that two doctors -who perform FUE and FUT regularly- offered him FUE to the exclusion of FUT. I believe in actuality there is more to his story that he has been omitting. I asked for his real name but he would not give it. After I was back, I send a PM with my full name and a link to my Linkedin Profile for verification. I mentioned again a reminder, that one condition was “to keep it clean”. After that I never heard back neither personally nor in public. Even after I posted again about this topic I was ignored.So there is obviously, no time to answer me (which is ok), but to discuss this with a third party (you). By that behavior, the impression was given, that I didn’t stand by my word or told the untruth: This is not OK. I was always open, transparent and clear. 2. I do not know it either, even though I know the following: - Dr. Feller made the same offer before in another thread to another user, so it seems “important” to him. There was enough time in between (this old offer and the offer to me) to contact any clinic in the world - From my point of view a moderator would be a benefit for this discussion (this is the reason why Spex came into my mind as a replacement for me). Summary: - I do not give my name easily to anyone in an online forum - I did this in good faith and trust as I understand, we (Dr. Feller and myself) had an agreement - If Dr. Feller changes his mind afterwards, this is ok, but I think an explanation (to me and the forum) would be the normal way to go - To talk to a third party and by that give the impression that I was “not transparent” is a big no go - I am happy to proof all my words, if Dr. Feller or the mods let me publish all PM here (with only my name whipped out).
  9. Thank you very much for this information, and bonus point for appologizing to Dr. Feller! I appreciate good behavior. @Dr. Feller, However, cause the offer was made to me (several times) and I even exposed my name to you (Dr. Feller), I would like to learn the "full context" as well. Not receiving any answer to my posts and/or my personal message is not very polite. Especially, when private discussions take place with a 3rd forum member about me. If the interviews are performed without me, I am of course happy that they take place anyway. I even mentioned this way myself or voted for another moderator like Spex. However, I hope some of my questions (which started all this) are included and (most important) numbers are dicussed (not just: fuss is better than FUE). In general, I do not understand why you (Dr. Feller) asked me anyway, if you plan to procede alone. You have made the same offer before to another user long ago. Therfore, you had plenty of time to procede alone.
  10. Tried posting response again to Dr. L, but caught in filter again. Dave can you discard the first filtered draft and just post the second one ? Thank you, Dr. Alan Feller
  11. Dr Lupanzula, Thank you for entering the conversation. You're the first doctor to do so in this manner, and it's great to have a second opinion on the debate. I know this will be very valuable for the community. Furthermore, I appreciate that you've clearly outlined a very well thought-out and civil response. Again, thank you. As I'm sure everyone is aware, these conversations can be heated and sometimes unravel far past the point of civility. Additionally, your FUE technique appears top-notch. I've had the opportunity to experiment with a number of different tools, techniques, and approaches, and see the results from the same protocols, and I can say without a doubt that the way you are performing FUE is the same way we advocate it be performed AND it is the best approach possible: slow, meticulous, manual FUE, and gentle two-handed forcep delivery (Dr. Feller also likes a one handed delivery with a needle perforation technique, which I think works well too, but I personally prefer the two handed approach). Because I have worked with this issue extensively in both the online and real surgical world myself, I wanted to take this excellent opportunity to discuss several of the points below. I also fully accept that as you said below, no "man is an island," and I don't claim to know absolutely everything there is to know about FUE. So I do hope my comments are taken in the spirit of true scientific debate and not personal digs, and I truly hope you will indulge me and reply: Thank you for admitting these. Believe it or not, I believe you are the first to do so. This fact has either been glossed over or blatantly denied in the past. Agreed. Torsion is truly the enemy with full rotary and not oscillary arc tools, and it's exponentially worse with motorized tools. It's also only logical that smaller depth and shorter oscillation time means less torsional damage; however, when one force is reduced it usually necessitates greater force from one of the other two enemies -- compression or traction. In this case, the more minimal the depth, the more attachment of the FU and the more traction necessary to free it. And this includes instances, in my opinion, where the arrector pili muscle is cut. This does sound like a very effective way to reduce compression forces. But it circles back to something I personally learned when transitioning from writing about FUE online to performing FUE in the real world: sometimes the theoretical doesn't pan out in the real world. In this video, a graft is being delivered at 2:11 (and several right after). As you can see, while the initial grasp of the forcep is very superficial and near the epidermis, as tension is applied to the graft the second forcep grasps lower on the follicle. Even with a gentle grasp, this area is clearly outside of the region defined above. And although it is more superficial, it could still clearly be near the crucial bulge stem cell region (which is around 1.5-2mm deep). The graft is then grasped further and further down -- a sort of "hand over hand" motion -- as it is delivered. Now, as I stated above, I think your protocols are about as refined as they come. And what's even better is that YOU are the one actually performing the surgery, but my point is that often times the reality of patient physiology flat out destroys the theoretical approaches in FUE. I completely agree that traction is what causes the most damage. I think the others can be creatively limited, but it's the traction pull that causes the most damage. I also think if we go back to Bernstein and Rassman's original FOX testing papers, that the dermal attachments -- which cannot be known until a few test grafts are performed -- play a significant role in the amount of traction necessary regardless of whether or not the muscle is fully transected. If this wasn't the case, we should see almost no skin tenting or resistance when delivering grafts, but this is clearly seen in even the most gentle delivery. This is the only part where I really disagree. I think it's been effectively proven that "skinnier" grafts grow worse. Dr. Beehner did an excellent study on this. No need to even dive into this. But I think it's a tough sell to state that microscopic dissection of grafts from a strip causes the same amount of skeletonization as FUE delivery. I'm going to include some images below that highlight the difference in appearance. FUE Grafts: FUT Grafts: As one can clearly see from the pictures, not only is the amount of skeletonization vastly different, but the distribution is different as well. You can physically see how low each FUE graft was scored and where the punch stopped and delivery began because that's where the correct amount of supportive tissue stops. Now, debating the impact of this is a whole different story, but I do not believe microscopic dissection post-FUT comes anywhere close to mimicking the tissue depletion post-FUE graft delivery. While I completely agree with working together and the process of ongoing learning in medicine, this is not why the WFI was formed. And I think every ISHRS member knows that. I'll leave it at that. Again, thank you for sharing. I do hope you will reply.
  12. I can appreciate that there are opinions about FUE and FUT that vary and the discussions have been quite passionate. I have performed both procedures for over ten years so I understand both sides of the argument quite well. However, the main argument against FUE here and elsewhere, as presented by Dr. Feller, is that there are three detrimental forces that act on the follicle during an FUE procedure that prevent said follicle from growing as well as a follicle harvested with the FUT technique. These forces are: Torsion Compression Traction Dr. Feller is 100% correct that these forces exist during every FUE procedure, on every follicle. I think that it is only common sense that such forces will exist on a follicle during an FUE procedure. However, I do not agree that these forces cannot be overcome nor should they automatically be expected to lead to a subpar result when compared to an equal size strip surgery. Torsion - This is the reference to how follicular units are subject to the torsional forces of rotation as the punch presses through the skin in order to free the follicular unit from the scalp. I believe that this is a problem mainly with the continuous rotation FUE tools on the market. With an oscillating rotation driven by the thumb and forefinger, torsion is not an issue if the rotational distance traveled is short and performed with an experienced hand. Torsion still exists, but it is greatly reduced in it’s severity thus having an equally reduced degree of trauma. Compression - This is in reference to forceps and how they are used to pull the follicular unit from the scored tissue. As I see it, you either understand how to handle a graft or you do not. Compression is a very real problem and technicians, and even doctors, will routinely squeeze the graft far too hard, and too far down the length of the follicle, to allow for consistent and healthy growth. This occurs not only with extraction but it is a problem with recipient site placement as well, for both FUE and FUT respectively. When I extract each graft after I score, I use reverse traction by holding the top of the graft at the very upper edge of the tissue thereby avoiding most of the follicle. This is safe to do because we all know that the follicle, even slightly below the epidermis can be safely cut through and regrow without permanent damage, as is seen in trichophytic closures in strip surgery that have been performed for the past decade. Traction - This has perhaps the highest chance of causing real damage to the follicular unit but with practice and experience it is not an issue of debilitating circumstance. The bulbs are usually intact as long as the arrector pili muscles have been cleanly severed (best with a very sharp punch) and they come out fairly easily. This is of course not always the case but a proper surgeon will take their time at the beginning of the procedure to properly assess the patient, their grafts, the supporting tissue, and how it all works together. In most cases, the patient is a candidate with very few limiting factors. Skeletonization is one stated side effect of traction but I believe that this is no different than the skelontization that occurs from subdividing follicular units (turning multi-hair grafts into singles and doubles) during strip surgery. It is well known in the community that this is routine procedure for some strip clinics, and the pros and cons of such procedures have been debated before, in forums and in the ISHRS. As with anything in medicine, practice makes perfect. I believe that no man is an island and that when working together with like minded practitioners, the problems we cannot overcome alone, can be overcome together. This is why in my early career I spent a lot of time working with and observing many other doctors to learn their techniques so that I could incorporate the best of their techniques into my own, along with my own modifications of course. I still make sure to attend every ISHRS annual meeting where improvements and ideas are shared and learned, and now the World FUE Institute (WFI) meetings where we are constantly sharing and pushing to improve not only our tools but our techniques in surgical workshop settings. Our next meeting is this month in Athens, Greece. In the end, good FUE is performed by good hands that understand the challenges inherent to FUE but have worked with peers and colleagues to figure out that these challenges cannot be overcome with brute force, but rather a combination of approaches and ideas to coax each follicle out in the safest manner possible. This is an evolution representative of our current time in history, in that practitioners are no longer toiling away in secret, with the blinds pulled down over their windows, to find the perfect solution, but instead are now collaborating with like minded professionals and industry leaders in the interest of advancing the field as a whole. That is why the WFI was formed and it represents the philosophy that I and the other founding members have shared for several years. We share with each other and we learn from each other. In my practice, I very rarely perform strip surgery as it is no longer indicated for the majority of my patients and, quite frankly, no one wants it. The procedure is scary for patients, of course, but no one wants the linear scar, regardless of how fine it may be because they know that this cannot be guaranteed. I score and extract each and every graft myself as I believe it is my responsibility to my patient. My technicians place into recipient sites I create and they examine and refine all of my grafts under microscopes, as it should be, before they are put into a solution of Hypothermosol. I do not take shortcuts and I have taken the time to learn my craft well. For this I believe my results are just as good as any comparable size strip surgery and I believe I have the track record to support this opinion. Again, I understand and agree with Dr. Feller that these three forces he lists do exist, indeed, but I do not agree that these forces automatically spell disaster of any degree for one’s final result. Thank you.
  13. Dr. Feller, you are displaying thin skin, it's disappointing. What motives do I have to "disparage" you in particular? Do I agree that you are a good HT practitioner? Of course. Do I think you are right? No. I can easily reverse the question and say, why would an FUE doctors I have talked to do not come here to debate you? Because your aggressive and opinionated rhetoric makes them not to want the debate. Who loses? Everyone.
  14. You absolutely CAN and probably SHOULD ask me that question and I will not get offended. My reply would be: I appreciate your question Dr. Feller, the answer is NO, I do not work for nor represent ANY FUE or FUT clinic. Get my point?
  15. Dr. Feller, I still think you are a great surgeon. But judging by FUE results by top doctors, some of the results at least on "paper" (pictures, videos) look better than your FUT results. Why the hostility? My question about you performing surgeries was put in a form of a question not a statement. This is what I said: " Also please correct me if I'm wrong but does Dr. Feller still perform surgeries?" Please notice the key phrase please correct me if I'm wrong. Doesn't that look like a question to you?
  16. Dr. Feller, I don't think that HairDew's post was overly offensive although I understand that you want to be considered one of the "best of the best" by everyone. But you know what they say about opinions right? They're like a**holes - everybody has one :-). That said, I don't see anything wrong with HairDew asking if you still perform surgeries. The majority of results we've seen recently have been presented by Dr. Bloxham. So the question is legitimate and I appreciate you clarifying that you still perform surgeries. Best wishes, Bill
  17. Bill, I agree with all your points. But what gets me the most is the fact that what us "laymen" say "the proof is in the pudding". Although Dr. Feller talks theories that he personally encountered, we "laymen" see the result. To be honest, I see some FUE results from top doctors and they look better than FUT from most reputable clinics, including Dr. Feller's results. Now, I don't want to claim that I've seen all Dr. Feller's results, so I judge them by what was posted by him and his patients on this site. Also please correct me if I'm wrong but does Dr. Feller still perform surgeries? I thought this task is not handled by Dr. Blake. P.S. Bill, did you have a chance to read my PM yet?
  18. Guys, I'm still in the process of reading this mamouth of a thread but I just wanted to point out a few things. It's clear that every time FUE is pinned against FUT/Strip that there is going to be some controversy and dissenting opinions. I truly appreciate Dr. Feller and Dr. Bloxham's willingness to tackle such a sensitive subject however, from what I see, they are approaching FUE in a similar way those who used to overhype FUE in the old days approached strip - which is by pointing out the worst case scenarios. Let me address a few things. 1. I know I am not a doctor and in saying that, as educated as I am, I cannot say with any degree of certainty what it feels like to harvest grafts nor am I qualified to look at a prospective patient and tell them which procedure is right for them. What I can do is make suggestions based on obtaining information from the patient and then suggest they consider that particular procedure (whether it be FUT/Strip or FUE) 2. I absolutely can't stand that we still reference this as the FUT Vs. FUE debate. Why? Because FUT and FUT are both...wait for it...FUT! The real debate is about two donor excision methods which are FUE and FUSS (follicular unit strip surgery). Both FUE and FUSS use follicular units and thus, they are both technically FUT (follicular unit transplantation). One could argue therefore, that FUSS and FUE are not two distinct procedures, but distinct donor harvesting methods that could be used in an FUT procedure. 3. FUE produces scarring. That's all there is to it. It is not scarless. That said, many of the FUE donor scar examples that Dr. Feller and Dr. Bloxham are presenting are some of the "worst of the worst" cases. Back when FUE came out and was starting to be marketed throughout the discussion forums as a "scarless" procedure, those promoting FUE would post the worst of the worst FUSS scars as an (unfair) comparison to FUE which supposedly produced no scarring. Dr. Feller and Dr. Bloxham, you both are excellent physicians and great guys. But I hope you can produce more "regular" examples of FUE scarring rather than some of the worst cases to show what one can most likely expect when they undergo FUE donor excision. 4. This entire topic "Why NOT to get an FUE" is very controversial and just by the topic alone, is likely to produce some very emotional responses. For instance, I read through the discussion of Yaz89's results and towards the end, was feeling bad for him. He is happy with his hair transplant and frankly, he should be. Dr. Feller and Dr. Bloxham are right in that we don't know what the scarring looks like in the donor area because it's pretty well concealed by the hair from the fade. I too can see the scarring in the shortest area but it's not anything I would suspect anyone would notice as overly unusual. 5. FUE scarring, when optimal is preferred by most patients because even if it is visible, the scarring is spaced out and scattered in a strategic way so it still looks natural. It's similar to how hair transplant surgeons strategically place transplanted hair in the recipient hair so that the result is natural and dense looking even if only 50% of the density has been restored. Now I know one of the keen differences is that the recipient area hair is longer and thus, the feathering affect helps with density and naturalness. But placement of the grafts is exceptionally important just as where extractions are taken is important to keep the appearance of scarring minimal. 6. FUE is here to stay. Not only that, but it's continuing to increase in popularity. 7. I wish physicians and patients alike would stop comparing the two donor harvesting methods in a way to show which one is better but instead, discuss how they can both be used together to produce the most dense and natural looking result. After all, someone with advanced balding has the greatest chance of restoring the greatest amount of hair by utilizing BOTH FUSS and FUE, not just one versus the other. 8. FUT doesn't "suck" as some are saying. I understand that some are posting an emotional response based on the title of this topic but for over 15 to 20 years now, men and women have been getting some of the most natural and dense looking results with FUSS with minimal scarring. 9. For some reason, the need to "shave one's head" after hair transplant surgery has become the cornerstone to have FUE. However, most surgeons (and educated patients alike) would advise patients NOT to undergo hair transplant surgery if they intend on simply shaving their head anyway. What's the point? A hair transplant is for the purpose of growing hair. Otherwise, why not just shave your head all the way down to zero clip! Or today, why not get temporary SMP and shave down to a 1 guard/clip. Most patients can still wear their hair pretty short on the sides and back whether they get FUSS or FUE. And yes, it may take longer to see the scarring with FUE the shorter you shave down. So if that's important and appealing to you, then FUE may be something to seriously consider. 10. In my opinion and based on what I've seen on our internet forum and in discussing the procedure with various doctors, growth yield with FUE has increased over the last decade as physicians have been working hard to improve the procedure. However, it is still the general belief that FUSS will produce more consistent growth yield overall and on average. FUE is great in some cases, but harvesting follicular units will always be via blind dissection and thus, doctors will have to operate on the "feel" of the donor excision tool rather than by sight via microscopic dissection. 11. Dr. Feller and Dr. Bloxham can speak based on their own expertise and surgical experiences. However, they cannot speak for all doctors and what they experience in their surgery room. Yes, there are some universal truths and hindrances that make FUE more challenging in some ways, in particular regarding getting growth yield to be as consistent as strip. However, other surgeons may have experiences that differ from Dr. Feller and Dr. Bloxham where consistency in their hands may be higher. On the other hand, some may see even lower consistency. While I truly appreciate and encourage Dr. Feller and Dr. Bloxham to continue posting their experiences, opinions and facts, I'd like to hear from other leading surgeons who regularly perform FUE such as Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Bisanga, etc. It would be interesting to hear what some other top notch surgeons say and see what they do and don't agree with related to what these two surgeons say. So what's the bottom line? FUSS and FUE are both great and should be used in various circumstances. Sometimes a conjunction and combination of both procedures is the best way of obtaining the most dense and natural looking result. I also ask that patients and physicians alike discuss this topic respectfully with one another. Patients should understand that physicians actually perform the procedure and as a result will have more hands-on experience and knowledge than patients. On the other hands, doctors should understand that many patients are very knowledgeable thanks to internet forums and websites such as ours. Internet forums do have their share of problems, but they should not be downplayed as an excellent resource for information, support and for finding an outstanding surgeon. Best wishes, Bill
  19. Hair is important, but it is not the end all. I have had patients visit with obvious issues in their lives and in some cases they believed a hair transplant would address not only their hair loss but these other issues as well. To some hair loss is an obsession or at the very least extremely "mind consuming". This video puts all that into perspective in a very articulate and interesting way. Dr. Alan Feller
  20. I agreed with Dr. Feller in another thread on this point, and I'll do so again here. This is absolutely true for me, even if I sound like a tinkerbell for admitting it. Never having had any type of surgery at 40 years old now, strip just scares the hell out of me. Getting my head carved into seems pretty extreme for the sake of vanity. The procedure just appears so archaic, like how they would have performed a hair transplant on The Knick (excellent show that ran for a while set in 1900 NYC hospital). I'd club a baby seal to have Chris Cornell hair (RIP...wtf?), so even a bad scar would probably be a total non-issue for me... -HairLostFears
  21. Dr. Allen Feller, I've been readog through this thread but I noticed that your Partner, Blake Bloxham pisted an article about Modified FUE where he states: "Why create a new approach to FUE? The FUE technique continues growing in popularity. Patients clearly want FUE. Whether it's the less invasive nature or the lack of the linear scar, hair loss sufferers have spoken! " http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/179637-introducing-modified-fue-mfue.html Does that mean by your reasoning that modifed FUE is also as bad as FUE? Why try and create a new form of FUE if by your initial statement that FUT is better than FUE and that people do not request FUE over FUT in which you made a video about that here: So does that mean that you were wrong about Patients looking for FUE more often? or the fact that FUE is getting popularity Sorry for my English I am not native.
  22. In our last video we discussed a patient who could by all rights be called a slow grower. Today we present a fast grower. This patient had two procedures 15 years ago that simply did not grow. So we used more modern techniques to cover his bald areas. He visited at 6 months and the difference was already impressive. www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbJ2NvxX-FY
  23. Dr. Bloxham, This mFUE topic is very interesting. And no, I do not like the name either, but I think for an educated client the name is really not important. FUT is also wrong name for strip. Why it is interesting: I would like to have strip like grafts, but I do not want a strip scar as there is a stigma with it. Actually, I do have many scars in my face, so I would not mind a scar, but I do not want a scar which says "cosmetic surgery". Anyway, I have some questions: - If you actually close the "wounds" similiar to strip, why don't you just do mini-strips. I know you mentioned that Dr. Feller (!) tried but scaring was poor. Why is that? Why should this method give better scaring. I just do not understand it. - How do you avoid dissecting the grafts around your punch? Compared to a real strip you score just very few grafts per "cut". The transection rate in the donor has to be very high, or am I misleaded? - Do you only score classic safe zone as strip or in the extended zone of FUE?
  24. Oh come on, what are you going to sue him Dr. Feller? What you're proposing doesn't take months to organise, if you want it to happen you would get it done. Otherwise it is hard to take you seriously. The truth is that you're an intelligent and highly competent person and you know as well as anyone here that the vast majority of doctors are unlikely to want to engage with someone as headstrong and aggressively opinionated as yourself, because they have nothing to gain. There are hundreds of thousands of results over more than a decade for people to make up their own minds on choosing between FUE and FUT and a doctor does themselves no favours to engage in a debate like this, the best way to market themselves is to consistently put out good results. Do you consider your own FUT results to be consistently better than FUE only doctors such as Lupanzula, Keser and Erdogan?
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