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  1. Thanks for the replies. So far, I've had consultation with Dr. Arika in India, Dr. Damkerng in Thailand, scheduled one with Dr. Bisanga in Belgium, and still waiting to hear from Dr. Gabel from the Portland area. Aside from Portland, I can't travel out of the country at the moment due to the pandemic. Which is why I was hoping to find someone locally. Price wise (though it's not my main concern) varied from 5000USD to 20000USD for 2500 to 3000 grafts (FUE). I'm 50, Asian male. Norwood 3 I'm told. What are some of the other HT forums? I googled and found a few more but mostly full of ads and not much info.
  2. Okay, thats good to know. Do you happen to know the transection rate for chest hairs at your clinic?? I had a nice chat with Dr. Arika at your Eugenix yesterday btw and I'm considering using your clinic
  3. @criticalpain if your are looking for the best price/quality surgeon then you should really look into Dr. Arika at Eugenix (1.8€/graft) just like @Melvin-Moderator reccomendend. There is no other surgeon charging that price for such a highly skilled surgery. Demirsoy is the cheapest surgeon in Turkey and charges 1.25€/graft but he`s technique is old school and his results are decent but not on the same level as Dr. Arika. Turkey is the world capital of botched hair transplants with many hairmills like Cinik, Asmed,etc that have technicians perform the surgery with zero to little involvement from the Doctor. Technicians in Turkey don`t need a medical background so you can have a former taxi driver doing your surgery. Results at these hairmills depend on your luck to get a good tech team.
  4. @Abhinay Singh - Congratulations on the great result ! quick question - Who performed this surgery, Dr. Pradeep Sethi (or) Dr. Arika Bansal ?
  5. Wow Zoomster I'm in shock. Just considering how much they covered is astounding - you look like a new man when you put the pre-op and current photos next to each other. Absolute kudos to you and the surgeons who worked on you. I'm very close to deciding a final clinic for my second HT and Eugenix keeps popping up as the likely candidate. I'm especially amazed at how they recreated the "swirl" in your crown. Most clinics I see just seem to fill it out with no distinct pattern. One thing I'm concerned about is I might have to get my temples done, and that's often a hard spot to look natural and not pluggy, even by great doctors. I'll talk to Dr. Arika about this and see if she thinks it's obtainable in a natural way. Great work!!!
  6. 3582 GRAFTS I WOULD LIKE TO SHARE MY EXPERIENCE AND RESULTS OF MY OWN HAIR TRANSPLANTATION JOURNEY, TO HELP ANY OF YOU WHO WOULD LIKE TO GAIN SOME KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT IS INVOLVED , AS YOU MAY BE CONSIDERING GOING ON THE SAME JOURNEY . ABOUT MYSELF : IM FROM IRELAND IN MY 50 s CLASSIFIED NORWOOD 6. I HAVE BEEN LOSING MY HAIR GRADUALLY FOR 15 YEARS, HOWEVER IT BECAME VERY NOTICABLE TO ME 6 YEARS AGO. I DONT TAKE ANY MEDICATION FOR HAIR LOSS. RESEARCH : I HAVE BEEN RESEARCHING FOR THE LAST 6 YEARS TO GAIN AS MUCH UNDERSTANDING AND KNOWLEDGE AS POSSIBLE ON HAIR TRANSPLANTATION. I HAVE BEEN ON THIS FORUM FOR OVER 5 YEARS AND I HAVE GAINED LOTS OF INFORMATION FROM ITS MEMBERS ESPECIALLY THOSE MEMBERS THAT HAVE HAD A HAIR TRANSPLANTATION THEMSELVES . I HAVE CHECKED OUT YOU TUBE TO SEE DIFFERENT CLINICS AND DOCTORS AND PATIENT RESULTS. I VISITED CLINICS HERE IN IRELAND, CONTACTED CLINICS IN AMERICA AND CANADA , AND ALSO EUROPE. I SPOKE TO PAST PATIENTS AND FUTURE PATIENTS , I ALSO TRAVELLED OVER TO LONDON FROM IRELAND A FEW TIMES TO MEET SOME TOP DOCTORS . WHY EUGENIX : DURING MY RESEARCH I SAW PATIENT RESULTS AND TESTIMONIALS ON YOU TUBE ABOUT EUGENIX WHICH WERE REALLY IMPRESSIVE. I ALSO SAW MANY VIDEOS OF THE 2 FOUNDING DOCTORS DR.PRADEEP SETHI AND DR. ARIKA BANSAL. DR. PRADEEP AND DR.ARIKA EXPLAINED MANY DIFFERENT AREAS ON THE SUBJECT OF HAIR TRANSPLANTATION WHICH WAS REALLY INFORMATIVE. SOME TIME LATER DR.PRADEEP AND DR.ARIKA WERE RECOMMENDED ON THIS FORUM WHERE THEIR PATIENTS SHOWED SOME OUTSTANDING RESULTS, NOT JUST FROM SCALP DONER BUT ALSO FROM BEARD DONER ALSO. OTHER PATIENTS THAT HAVE GONE TO EUGENIX HAD POSTED IMPRESSIVE RESULTS ALSO. SO ALL OF THIS WAS GREAT PROOF THAT THESE 2 DOCTORS ARE HIGHLY SKILLED AND FURTHERMORE HAVE INVENTED THE DHT TECHNIQUE , DIRECT HAIR TRANSPLANTATION , AS THEIR IS SIMULTANEOUSLY EXTRACTIONS AND IMPLANTATION OF THE GRAFTS WHICH GREATLY REDUCEDS THE OUT OF BODY TIME MY GRAFTS WOULD BE SUBJECTED TO , MAYBE AT TIMES GRAFTS MIGHT BE OUT OF THE BODY FOR 20 MINUTES OR SO ALSO WHICH IS NOT VERY LONG.THE DOCTORS ALSO WROTE AN EXCELLENT BOOK ..STEP BY STEP HAIR TRANSPLANTATION. ALONG WITH THIS EUGENIX HAVE BUILT SOME STATE OF THE ART CLINICS WITH THE VERY BEST OF EQUIPMENT INCLUDING EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH MAGNIFICATION LENSES WHICH ARE REALLY IMPORTANT. ALL OF THE ABOVE ALONG WITH 2 DOCTORS WITH THE HIGHEST OF CREDENTIALS IN THIS FIELD, ALONG WITH MARVELOUS PATIENT RESULTS PROMPED ME TO REALLY CONSIDER DR.PRADEEP AND DR.ARIKA @ EUGENIX AND AT THE TIME BOTH DOCTORS WERE PLANNING TO COME TO THE UK FOR A CONFERENCE ON HAIR RESTORATION , SO I ARRANGED TO GO TO LONDON TO MEET THEM BOTH . I FOUND DR.PRADEEP AND DR.ARIKA TO BE REALLY NICE GENUINE PEOPLE WHO HAD A GREAT PASSION FOR WHAT THEY DONE , AND THEY ARE ONLY FOCUSSED ON HAIR TRANSPLANTATION , I BELIEVE THEY ARE TRUE LEADERS IN THIS FIELD. WITH ALL OF THE ABOVE IN MIND AND LOTS MORE I BELIEVE AND PUT MY TRUST IN DR. PRADEEP SETHI AND DR.ARIKA BANSAL AND SUPPORTING DOCTORS AND TEAM @Eugenix Hair Science AS THIS IS MY BEST CHANCE OF A SUCCESSFUL HAIR TRANSPLANTATION. JOURNEY TO INDIA : I CAUGHT A FLIGHT FROM IRELAND TO LONDON ( INSTEAD OF GOING DIRECT FROM IRELAND )AND THEN FLY WITH AIR INDIA FROM HEATHROW DIRECT TO DELHI . WHEN I LANDED AT THE AIRPORT EUGENIX REPRESENTATIVE ABHINAY AND THE DRIVER JALDHAR WERE THERE TO GREET ME AND TAKE ME TO EUGENIX CLINIC. ABHINAY ASKS ME ABOUT HAVING DINNER WHICH I APPRECIATE BUT I HAD PLENTY OF FOOD ON THE FLIGHT. DR.PRADEEP RINGS TO WELCOME ME TO INDIA WHICH WAS A NICE TOUCH ALSO. NELSON RINGS TO ENSURE ALL IS OK AND SLSO ASKS ME ABOUT DINNER WHICH WAS NICE. I ARRIVE AT EUGENIX CLINIC AROUND 12 MIDNIGHT AND A REALLY NICE ROOM IS WAITING FOR ME WITH COFFEE AND BISCUITS PROVIDED, VEEY NICE SITTING AREA IN THE BEDROOM WITH A LARGE ENSUITE . I HAVE A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP. D DAY: I GET UP AND HAVE A SHOWER AND BRECKFAST IS DELIVERED TO THE ROOM BY THE VERY NICE STAFF WHO ENSURE IF THERE IS ANYTHING YOU NEED IT IS NOT A PROBLEM. I MEET DR.ARIKA AND DR.PRADEEP DOWNSTAIRS WHO INTRODUCE ME TO DR. SHISHIR. DR. PRADEEP THEN INTRODUCES ME TO ALL THE TEAM WHO IS INVOLVED IN MY SURGERY AND EXPLAINS WHAT EACH MEMBER OF THE TEAM DOES , AND HOW LONG THEY WORK WITH EUGENIX, ALL A VERY LONG TIME , SOME 10 YEARS. I THEN GO THROUGH SOME HEALTH DOCUMENTATION WITH DR.SHISHIR , MOSTLY A QUESTIONNAIRE ABOUT MY OWN HEALTH . BLOOD PRESSURE IS TAKEN. I HAVE A CONVERSATION WITH DR.PRADEEP AND DR.ARIKA ABOUT MY HT REGARDING DONER CAPACITY AND COVERAGE . BLOOD SAMPLES ARE TAKEN ALSO TO BE USED FOR PRP DURING SURGERY. TIME TO CHANGE MY CLOTHES INTO SOMETHING MORE SUITABLE FOR THE PROCEDURE. THEN ITS INTO THE PHOTOGRAPHY ROOM WHERE ALL ANGLES OF MY HEAD ARE PHOTOGRAPHED AND HAIR IS COMED THIS WAY AND THAT WAY BY DR. PRADEEP , LOOKING AND CHECKING THE WAY MY HAIR FALLS AND DIRECTION . NEXT ITS THE HAIRLINE DESIGN WHERE DR.PRADEEP MAKES SUGGESTIONS AND DRAWS THE LINE , THEN WE TWEEK IT A LITTLE BIT . NEXT ITS TIME FOR A FREE HAIRCUT . AROUND THIS TIME IM GIVIN SOME MEDICATION IN THE FORM AS A ORAL SEDATIVE ,ORAL PAIN KILLER AND ORAL ANTIBIOTIC AND PROBIOTIC. THEN IT IS INTO THE THEATRE ( OF DREAMS ) WHERE ALL THE TEAM HAS EVERYTHING READY , INCLUDING A FINE BIG TV AND MUSIC PLAYING. THE SURGERY ROOM IS REALLY CLEAN, AND ITS ONLY THE TEAM AND MYSELF ALLOWED TO BE IN THERE TO PREVENT ANY RISK OF CONTAMINATION. DR SHISHIR EXPLAINS THAT HE IS GOING TO GIVE ME THE ANAESTHETIC . I CAN FEEL THIS VIBRATION SENSATION ON MY HEAD AND THE ANAESTHESIA BEING GIVEN TO MY SCALP AT THE SAME TIME. ITS NOT VERY PAINFUL AS THE VIBRATION SENSATION CLEVERLY TRICKS THE BRAIN INTO NOT THINKING OR FEELING THE PINCHES OF THE NEEDLES. DR.PRADEEP MAKES A LITTLE MORE THAN 3000 SLITS ON MY RECIPENT AT VARIOUS DIRECTIONS AND WHICH I DONT FEEL PAINFUL WHATSOEVER. DR.ARIKA STARTS THE EXTRACTIONS OF MY DONER ON THE SIDE OF MY HEAD , I DONT FEEL PAIN AND IM COMFORTABLE. ALL THE TECHNICANS ARE WORKING LIKE CLOCKWORK AND EVERYBODY KNOWS THEIR JOB. FROM TIME TO TIME I HEAR THE COUNT OF 100 GRAFTS EXTRACTED AND WRITTEN ON THE BOARD . THE MUSIC IS ON IN THE BACKGROUND AND IM COMFORTABLE, AND AS THE MORNING PROGRESSES I HEAR ..100 .....100 AND SO ON. SINGLE GRAFTS ARE PLACED ONLY ON THE HAIRLINE. GRAFTS ARE PLACED SIMULTANEOUSLY TO ENSURE OUT OF BODY TIME IS REDUCED AND WHERE IT DOSENT HAPPEN GRAFTS ARE OUT OF BODY FOR THE MINIMUM TIME POSSIBLE . LUNCH BREAK AND SOME REALLY NICE FOOD AND COFFEE PROVIDED IN A NICE ROOM JUST OFF THE SURGERY ROOM. BACK ON THE TABLE AGAIN AND MORE EXTRACTIONS WITH A MOTORISED PUNCH OF O.9 MM BY DR.ARIKA. WHEN WE FINISHED SURGERY FOR THE DAY 1960 GRAFTS FROM THE SCALP WERE EXTRACTED AND IMPLANTED INTO THE FRONT RECIPENT AREA. I WAS GIVEN MORE MEDICATION AS A PRECAUTION IN THE FORM OF ORAL ANTIBIOTICS AND PAIN KILLER AND PROBIOTIC TO BE TAKEN WITH MEALS IN THE EVENING AND BRECKFAST NEXT MORNING. SPRAY SALINE EVERY 2 HOURS ON THE RECIPENT , WHEN YOU GO TO BED YOU DONT HAVE TO DO IT. IM FEELING GOOD THAT DAY 1 IS OUT OF THE WAY AND HAVE A SHOWER , BUT NO WATER ON THE HEAD OF COURSE. DR. PRADEEP VERY KINDLY TAKES ANOTHER PATIENT AND MYSELF OUT TO DINNER FOR THE EVENING TO A REALLY NICE RESTAURANT. A LOOSE CAP OR SIMILAR IS WORN WHEN OUTDOORS TO PREVENT THE RISK OF INFECTION. I ARRIVE BACK AT THE CLINIC , HAVE A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP, EVEN THOUGH INSTRUCTED TO SLEEP ON MY BACK SO TO NOT DAMAGE THE NEWLY IMPLANTED GRAFTS ON THE FRONT. DAY 2 : HAVE BRECKFAST DELIVERED TO THE ROOM WHICH CONSISTED OF SCRAMBLED EGG AND TOAST AND COFFEE. ARRIVED DOWNSTAIRS AND MET THE DOCTORS AND TECHNICIANS. I HAD A DISCUSSION WITH DR.PRADEEP AND DR.ARIKA AND WE DECIDED TO PLAN FOR SCALP AND BEARD GRAFTS. THE BEARD GRAFTS WOULD BE EXTRACTED AND IMPLANTED INTO MY MID SCALP ALONG WITH MIXING THE BEARD GRAFTS WITH SCALP GRAFTS IN THE AREA. THIS WOULD HELP TO GIVE MORE DENSITY AS BEARD GRAFTS ARE GOOD FOR DENSITY, ALSO I WOULD BE HOLDING ONTO MORE OF MY SCALP DONER GRAFTS WHEN REQUIRED FOR THE CROWN WHICH I PLAN TO DO ON ANOTHER VISIT. BACK ON THE TABLE AND DR. SHISHIR GIVES THE ANAESTHETIC AND DR.ARIKA CARRIES OUT THE EXTRACTIONS OF MY SCALP GRAFTS . TV IS PLAYING WITH MUSIC AND ALL IS GOOD. NO PAIN , NOW AND AGAIN I DID FEEL A PINCH HERE AND THERE AND THE DOCTOR WILL STRAIGHT AWAY GIVE YOU MORE ANAESTHETIC . LUNCH BREAK. LOVELY LUNCH PROVIDED AGAIN TODAY, ARRANGED BY NELSON WHO ASKED ME EARLIER WHAT I WANTED. YOU CAN HAVE A CHOICE OF ANYTHING YOU WISH , WHICH I HAD A SELECTION OF A LOT OF FOOD, I COULDN'T FINISH. AFTER LUNCH IT WAS TIME TO DO THE BEARD GRAFTS . DR.ARIKA MADE SOME MORE SLITS TOWARDS THE BACK TO ACCOMADATE MORE SCALP AND BEARD GRAFTS WHICH AND THIS POINT WE KNEW WOULD BE MORE THAN 3000 SLITS THAT DR PRADEEP HAD DONE YESTERDAY. ANAESTHETIC WAS GIVEN UNDER THE CHIN BY DR.SHISHIR . FELT A LITTLE PINCH BUT NOTHING OUT OF THE WAY. EXTRACTIONS WE CARRIED OUT BY DR. ARIKA USING A 0.7MM MOTORISED PUNCH. ALL WENT VERY WELL. AT THE END OF TODAY : SCALP DONER 926 GRAFTS . BEARD GRAFTS 696 . = 1622 GRAFTS TODAY + 1960 GRAFTS YESTERDAY GRAND TOTAL = 3582 GRAFTS. DR. PRADEEP LOOKS OVER THINGS TO ENSURE ALL IS OK, AS HE DID THROUGHOUT THE PREVIOUS DAY ALSO. DR. ARIKA AND DR.SHISHIR AND ALL THE TECHNICANS HAS VAST EXPERIENCE AND REALLY WORKED GREAT AS A WHOLE TEAM SO ALL IS GOOD . IM TAKEN INTO THE PHOTOGRAPHY ROOM FOR MORE PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN BY DR. PRADEEP WITH AN ASSISTANT . IM VERY HAPPY THAT ALL IS OVER. I WAS GIVEN MEDICATION TO TAKE WITH DINNER AND AFTER BRECKFAST ON THE MORNING. DR. PRADEEP VERY GENEROUSLY GIVES HIS TIME AND TAKES NE OUT TO DINNER TO A RESTAURANT FOR A DELICIOUS MEAL WHICH IM STILL THINKING ABOUT, AND WILL VISIT AGAIN WHEN IM BACK TO DO MY CROWN. TAKE THE MEDICATION ,I HAVE A GREAT NIGHTS SLEEP. DAY 3 : BRECKFAST DELIVERED TO THE ROOM AGAIN. TAKE THE MEDICATION RECOMMENDED. I GO DOWNSTAIRS AND I MEET DR.ARIKA AND DR.SHISHIR AND DR.PRADEEP AND ENSURE ALL IS OK. ONE OF THE TECHNICANS PUTS BEATALINE SCRUB AND OINTMENT ON MY DONER AS PART OF THE DAILY REGIMENT FOR THE NEXT 7 DAYS. MEDICATION FOR 7 DAYS: 1 ANTIBIOTIC 3 TIMES DAILY , 1 PAIN KILLER 3 TIMES DAILY . 1 PROBIOTIC . BEATALINE SCRUB ON THE DONER IN THE MORNING. ANTISEPTIC OINTMENT TWICE DAILY. SPRAY SALINE SPRAY EVERY 2 HOURS. MASSAGE THE FOREHEAD REGULARY TO PREVENT SWELLING . THERE IS ONE OTHER TABLET TO TAKE DAILY HOWEVER I CANT REMEMBER WHAT IT IS THIS MOMENT IN TIME. I WAS GIVEN SALINE SPRAY AND A BACK UP OF A SMALL BOTTLE OF SPRAYTO TAKE ON THE PLANE , WITH A LETTER FROM EUGENIX EXPLAINING THAT I HAD A HAIR TRANSPLANTATION AND WHY I NEEDED IT. THERE WAS NO ISSUE AT ANY AIRPORT. DR.PRADEEP SHOWS ME AROUND MORE OF THE CLINIC DOWN STAIRS WHEREVRECEPTION AND OFFICES AND BATHROOMS ARE AND ONE HAS TO BE IMPRESSED HOW CLEAN AN MODERN THE CLINIC IS. ITS TIME TO GO TO THE AIRPORT FOR HOME , I SAY GOODBYE TO EVERYONE AND WILL BE BACK AGAIN. ABHINAY ACCOMPANIES THE DRIVER JALDHAR AND WE HAVE A GREAT CHAT FOR OUR 25 MINUTE OR SO TRIP TO THE AIRPORT. I CATCH A FLIGHT FROM DELHI TO LONDON . AFTERCARE BY EUGENIX . WHEN I ARRIVED IN LONDON, AND GOT TO MY HOTEL DR. PRADEEP RINGS ME TO ASK HOW WAS EVERTHING WHICH WAS A REALLY NICE TOUCH. ALL IS WELL. HE REMINDS ME TO MASSAGE MY FOREHEAD TO HELP PREVENT SWELLING AND TO CONTINUE SPRAYING SALINE ON MY RECIPENT. EVERY DAY DR.PRADEEP OR A MEMBER OF STAFF HAS BEEN IN TOUCH THROUGH WHATTS APP VIDEO CALL OR MESSAGES TO ENSURE ALL IS OK . I HAVE TAKEN PICTURES OF MY SCALP AND SENT THEM FOR DR.PRADEEP TO LOOK AT. I MUST ADMIT THE AFTERCARE IS EXCELLENT AS DR.PRADEEP AND EUGENIX REALLY CARES ABOUT YOUR WELLBEING . THEY SEND VIDEOS OF HEAD WASH AFTER 7 DAYS AND WHAT TO EXPECT LEADING UP TO THIS TIME , BUT ALL IS VERY STRAIGHTFORWARD , IM FEELING GOOD WITH NO PAIN WHATSOEVER. MY EXPERIENCE WITH DR.PRADEEP AND DR .ARIKA , ALSO DR.SHISHIR AND ALL THE TEAM OF TECHNICIANS , ABHINAY AND NELSON AND ALL THE STAFF WHO PLAYED A ROLE BEFORE MY ARRIVAL, DURING, FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH AND COFFEES AND DINNER AND ALL THE TEAM WHO ALL SHOWED EXVEPTIONAL WARMTH , FRIENDLINESS AND CARE WITH AMAZING HOSPITALITY WHICH I WILL NEVER FORGET AND WILL BE FOREVER GRATEFUL..THANK YOU SINCERELY. THANKS TO YOU TO HRN AND ITS LEADERS , WHO ARE DOING A MARVELOUS JOB AND ARE VERY DEDICATED TO MAKING THIS FORUM A GREAT BENIFIT TO EVERYBODY . THIS IS THE BEST FORUM IN THE WORLD . ITS MEMBERS ALSO PLAY A GREAT ROLE SO WITHOUT YOU I WOULDN'T BE HERE , SO I THANK YOU VERY MUCH. .............ALL THE BEST......... .................PADDY.................
  7. Hello everyone! So I have been reading a lot of material on this forum. I have definitely received a tremendous amount of information from here. It has helped me a lot during my immediate post transplant phase. I believe that my own experience with hair transplantation could help others who are seeking the same too. Therefore, I have decided to post the entire documented journey of my transplantation procedure here on this amazing forum. Here it goes: I started to lose hair by the age of 23. The loss was very gradual and it was difficult for me to have noticed the decline in my density. Eventually, when the hairline stared to recede drastically and my look started to change for the worse, I started to panic. I never knew anything about hair. I was scared that it might be a disease or some form of disorder. But even that was not enough to compel me to visit a doctor and understand the situation. I started with different home remedies and self imagined cures in the forms of advertised shampoos or oils. However, the hair loss did not stop. I started to notice more and more hair come off every time I combed my hair or even if I wet it. The worst part was that I was losing all confidence because of my hair situation. I started using hair products and other styling products to help hide my baldness. But as most of you might know, that doesn't really work. However, to come to the point of all of the above, it was only after I met Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi that they actually told me the honest truth about hair loss intervention. They made me understand the why and the how. And also what should be done to address the issue. For the already bald area, it was too late. But for my pre existing hair, I was recommended Finastride at a dosage of 0.5 to 1 mg. I swear by this medication because i have 0 hair loss since I have started taking that medication. For the bald area, the doctors gave me a transplantation of 2815 grafts. I knew about hair transplantation prior to this too. But I was not sure whether i would be able to go through with it. I was definitely scared of the pain. I couldn't quite bring myself to go for the procedure. However, the procedure was painless, contrary to my belief. It was simple. But it was lengthy (oh well!). And you gotta do what you gotta do. So now through the pictures, I shall show you the progress of my results.
  8. Ha! Will definitely be changing my avatar when I've completed my 1 year journey. I'm sure the team @Eugenix Hair Science will treat you well. You'll be in world class hands with both Dr. Arika and Dr. Sethi. Will be looking forward to following your transformation! All the best. -Fluff
  9. The Backstory I’ve been balding since I was 17 years old. I first noticed aggressive shedding my sophomore year in university. A year later, I had gone from a NW1 to a NW3. I saw the writing on the wall. Both my grandfather and uncle on my mother’s side were NW7s, and I knew that’s where I was headed. This caused me great distress. As many of you can relate, losing your hair young feels like the funeral dirge of your youth. You stand out, become the butt of jokes and are generally less successful with the ladies. As many do, I began wearing a hat everywhere. I almost never took it off. It became my signature look. By the time I graduated, I was a NW3 Vertex, my self esteem was shot and I was looking for options. I moved to NYC for a job and went to see a doctor to see what could be done. I was subsequently put on finasteride and have been taking it consistently for over 20 years. I managed to halt further recession and regrew my hair back to a NW3. Fortunately, I was a positive responder and have remained so. That said, the damage to my hairline and confidence was done. I’ve continued to wear a hat when not in the office or at formal events, and I’ve sported the same hairline concealing, combover haircut all my adult life. This past November my best friend passed away in a freak accident at 41 years old. His death got me thinking about living life with greater purpose, urgency and conviction. I started researching hair transplants and found this forum. I’ve read almost every post from the past couple of years. Your stories and photos have been invaluable. Hair restoration is an intimidating process - the cost is high and success isn’t guaranteed. Without a forum like Hair Restoration Network, I don’t know if I would’ve ever had the courage to begin my own restoration journey, but here I am. I am typing this from my room at Eugenix Hair Sciences in Gurgaon India, and I’m scheduled to undergo a 2500 graft, DHT procedure tomorrow morning with Dr. Arika Bansal. I will be throughly documenting my progress here. My hope is that through the power of transparency and information I will empower someone else to begin their own hair restoration journey. The Process After seeing Joe Tillman’s video on the work being done at Eugenix India, I set up an appointment via the website and had a 20 minute Skype conversation with Dr. Arika. She hit many of the talking points echoed on this forum. We discussed my family history, my track record with finasteride, the DHT procedure and how it differs from FUE, proper management of my donor area, a responsible hairline given my age and potential for future loss and the way she would frame my face by strengthening my temple points. After our initial conversation, I felt good, but I wanted a second opinion. I live in Thailand and did my second consultation with Dr. Path at DHT Clinic in Bangkok. His team estimated 2500 grafts and recommended a FUT procedure. I met with Dr Path’s understudy first. She measured my donor hair density, drew a hairline and was very consultative throughout. Then Dr. Path came in and erased what she’d drawn and remade the hairline. I think he felt the hairline she’d given me was too Asian, and I agree that the redrawn hairline was probably more appropriate. If you’re getting a transplant in an Asian country, you should be aware of this distinction. My only reservation with DHT was their insistence on FUT. While their reasoning behind the recommendation was solid, I left with the impression that it’s what they’re best at performing. Most of their before and after photos were FUT; nonetheless, they were very good. Despite my reluctance to do a FUT procedure, I left DHT feeling like they were my first choice. Management of my donor area is of critical importance, and I felt they had a very good understanding of that. I sent pictures from my consultation at DHT back to Dr. Arika via WhatsApp. She then digitally drew her own hairline that I liked even more than the one drawn by Dr. Path. It had a more natural widows peak instead of a rounded look. She then spent the next 2 weeks personally answering every question I had. This level of attention and thoroughness is what eventually what led me to choose Eugenix. The Trip The decision to go with Eugenix was easier for me than most because I’m regional. I can imagine for those of you in the US and Europe the logistics might be more daunting. My flight this morning was only 4 hours on Thai Airways, and it was quick and painless. I’ve done a lot of international travel over the years and must say that Indian Immigration was the most laidback experience I’ve ever had. The officers were giving tour suggestions and cracking jokes. I couldn’t believe it. I was met outside gate 4 by the Eugenix drivers. They were very nice, polite and easy to coordinate with via WhatsApp. The trip from the airport to Eugenix was roughly 30 minutes, and traffic was fairly chaotic. If you’ve never travelled to a developing country before, this might be a little concerning. The scenery isn’t the best, and Delhi is very smoggy this time of year. Poverty is fairly ubiquitous, and you’re going to see it on full display in the streets. It’s also chilly, so bring a jacket if you’re coming in the winter. When I arrived at the facility, I was greeted by Suryakant who is the grounds manager. His charisma and warmth immediately put me at ease. I was shown to my room to drop my bags and then taken down for some coffee and a tour. Once the short tour was over, I was given lunch in my room. They ordered me chicken salad and one of the best butter chicken dishes I’ve ever had. Next the lab came to my room to take blood samples. This was an extra 3200INR that I had to pay in cash. Since then, I have been sitting and typing this report. I’ve been told that later in evening they will be bringing me dinner and informing me of tomorrow’s start time. The room is really comfortable and well appointed, so I’m perfectly fine with this arrangement. Will update with pictures and more information after the procedure, and I will do my level best to reply to all legitimate questions for the life of this thread. Updated: 12/01/2020 The Night Before & Cost Breakdown At around 6:45PM, I was taken to the office to register, photocopy my passport, fill out a “waiver” and complete a short questionnaire. I also paid for my transplant. Because I was carrying cash, I told them I wanted to get that out of the way. I’m not sure if it’s standard practice for them to ask for payment in advance, but my guess is they’d be flexible if for some reason you had qualms about it. For the sake of transparency and to provide the most informative post possible, I’ll divulge that I opted for the “Comprehensive and Exclusive” package which guarantees Dr. Arika’s full involvement in the crucial parts of the procedure (more about this later). I now see that they are offering a “Premium” package. I believe this development is very recent. Two weeks ago when I scheduled my procedure it wasn’t available. I believe the only difference between the two is that with the Premium package Dr. Arika will do the hairline implantation herself. Had I known this I would’ve opted for Premium. Trust me when I tell you that you want Dr. Arika’s immense talent involved in as many steps as possible. I was quoted 345,000 INR for 2500 grafts. This included 18% GST which is mandatory on all cosmetic procedures in India. 100,000 INR by wire 245,000 INR in cash the night before In the end, they were able to get 2700 grafts, so I paid an extra 28,320 INR the day after my surgery (today) by credit card. Dr. Arika discussed these extra 200 grafts with me during the procedure. It turns out my donor area and graft quality were above average which gave her the confidence to go for more, which of course, I was completely fine with. In addition, I’ve subsequently been charged 1,290 INR for all my post-op meds. Personally, I feel these should be included in the cost of the procedure, but the cost is nominal. I also purchased a year’s supply of generic finasteride which came at the rock bottom price of 2,400 INR. I pay 1,600 THB per month in Thailand for Propecia which at the current exchange comes to $53 USD/m. So, in total I’ve now paid 377,810 INR (excluding the year’s supply of Finasteride). If there are any surprise charges at checkout tomorrow, I’ll update accordingly. After I paid, they took my blood pressure and Dr. Arika came down to go over the game plan for the next morning. The consult lasted around 15 minutes, and we didn’t discuss my hairline or restoration plan. That would happen the next morning. Once the consult was over, I returned to my room for the evening. The Surgery I was told they’d come get me at 9AM, but it turned out to be around 9:30AM. [Side note] In my experience here, things tend to run around 30 minutes late to the agreed upon time. For me, this hasn’t been a big deal because I live in Thailand where everyone is always late, but the clinic should probably tighten things up a bit to instill more confidence. I was taken to the clinic part of the facility where they briefly put me in a holding room. Then I was summoned to the photography room to meet Dr. Arika. This is where she drew my hairline and discussed her plan for the surgery. I defaulted to her expertise on the hairline. I came into this with reasonable expectations, so I let her dictate what would look best cosmetically while still being responsible. At this stage, she also marked other sections of the scalp that we’d tackle if there were sufficient grafts after completing the primary restoration in my frontal area and hairline. In her opinion, I wouldn’t need much temple point work. She also stressed that since I had a lot of hair already in my frontal zone she didn’t want to risk extensive shock loss by over packing the area. She stated that our objective would be “optimal” packing instead of dense packing. This sounded very reasonable to me, and I appreciated her straightforward assessment. Once the consultation was done, they took a full set of pictures of the proposed hairline. Next they had me change into scrubs and proceeded to shave parts of my head. A full shave of the head was left for after the operation. I then was taken back to the holding room where I met Dr. Anil the assisting physician. Dr. Anil is an older gentleman who practiced ophthalmology for 35 years. He’s been training at Eugenix for a little over a month. He’s an incredibly personable and knowledgable doctor whose presence was a comfort throughout. He did my blood pressure work and administered all my pre-op medications which included a benzodiazepine. His role during surgery was to monitor the injections of the local anaesthetic and monitor my vitals. He was in the room the entire time, but didn’t actually do any restoration work. My head was then washed with an antibacterial agent and prepped for surgery by a technician. They took more blood for the PRP therapy, and then I was off to the operating room. I believe the operation started a little after 10. Things began to get a little hazy at this point due to the benzo and my adrenaline fighting each other. I was definitely nervous when they began injecting the local anaesthetic. It didn’t hurt, but it wasn’t comfortable either. Your head gets very numb, and it feels like there is a lot of pressure being exerted on your skull. Once the local was administered, Dr. Arika came in and did all the slits. When she does the slits, you can’t feel a thing. Her touch is very light and she moves quickly. Once the slits were done, they had me roll over on my left side. They then proceeded to administer the local to the extraction zones. Once that was done, Dr. Arika did all the scoring of the grafts herself. During this part of the surgery, you get a feel for how well rehearsed the staff is. Dr Arika moves methodically across the donor area punching grafts and her staff harvests them. Simultaneously, the grafts are being inserted into the slits by a technician. This symphony of movement and coordination is the technique they pioneered called Direct Hair Transplantation, which is essentially FUE with a twist. After the initial extraction and implantation on my right temple zone, they had me roll over on my stomach and the process repeated itself on my frontal zone. Finally, they sat me up and finished the frontal section almost completely. At this point, they called lunch. The time was around 3:15PM. Lunch was 40 minutes. It was nice to have a breather and walk around a little. After lunch I had the left temple zone, the hairline, temple points and “bonus” area left to do. This is where Dr. Arika informed me that my grafts had been of a much higher quality than expected and that she could go for roughly 200 more grafts if I wanted them. She said that she would create 6 rows of singles on my hairline with some of the extra grafts and then go after some of the thinning areas on the mid part of my scalp. She also mentioned that I would have roughly 3000 grafts left after all was said and done. In my case, the hairline work was done by a technician and then Dr. Arika did the final touches. The rest of the zones were handled in a manner identical to how they were done in the morning. We finished at around 8:15PM. I was then sent back to the holding room to get my post op consultation. This part was pretty straightforward, so I won’t go into details. If anyone has any questions, feel free to reach out to me in a DM. I was back in my room by 9:00PM where I had dinner. They brought me a travel pillow to use, so I wouldn’t disturb the grafts during the night. I wasn’t in any pain and had no trouble falling asleep. When I looked at the sleep data on my watch this morning, I had had one of the best night’s sleep in months. Go figure! A Note on Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika I’ve come to find out that Dr. Arika and Dr. Pradeep are married. They are both dermatologists by training and both graduated from AIIMS (think the Harvard University of Indian medical). I didn’t have a chance to meet Dr. Pradeep, but it was intimated by several people I met in the clinic that he’s a very personable man and a patient favourite. His improbable rise from rural poverty to pioneering surgeon is venerated by all who know him. He is philanthropic and has built schools, roads and donated substantial amounts of money to better the condition of those in his childhood village. Many of the technicians at Eugenix are from his village. To use an American sports colloquialism, he is the “face of the franchise”. Dr. Arika, on the other hand, is the quintessential surgeon. She is sharp, well spoken, incredibly intelligent and a master technician. She has a no nonsense attitude and a very direct way of speaking. This woman has coauthored a textbook, gives talks at conferences and does prototyping of punches and other tools of the trade in her spare time. She lives and breathes hair restoration surgery. During my procedure, I asked the team if it would be ok to change the tunes from some mix of crappy Western pop to classical music. Dr. Arika then paused and said, “You can change it to whatever you want. The grafts are my music”. Technically, she is every bit Dr. Pradeep’s equal. Make no mistake. Both are serious surgeons who take their craft very seriously. If you’re concerned that Eugenix might be a transplant mill, I can assure you it is not. You’re in world class hands with both Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika. I have included snaps from my head post op. Excuse the poor quality. Was taking them myself using my phone. Will try to follow up eventually with the pictures Eugenix took. Also took a screenshot from last night's sleep monitor from my Apple Watch.
  10. I had limited work done on my temple points. At first, Dr. Arika said I didn't need it, but I insisted on having a small touchup. They implanted 60 grafts on each side. I'm thrilled with the cosmetic effect from such a small number of grafts. I agree with. you that when a doctor does good temple points, that's a solid indicator of their overall skill. Thanks for stopping by on my thread. I'm really happy with my results thus far.
  11. Amazing man, so happy for you. I'm strongly considering Eugenix for my second procedure and your result really helps me out. I'm also super amped the temple points came out great - that's something I might have to get done and is a notoriously hard spot to get right. The hair's Dr. Arika selected seem to be the perfect choice for them!
  12. @Manig31286 don’t go after low cost Doctors. If you want a quality hair transplant at affordable price your best option is Dr. Arika at Eugenix for 1.8€/graft.
  13. @Raza the consensus in this forum is that Dr. Reddy is the best choice in the UK but he’s overpriced due to his UK location. You can get the same or better results if you travel abroad. HLC is also a great option but I regard @Dr. Bruno Ferreira better at donor management and he uses a smaller punch than HLC. Dr Arika at Eugenix is also great and for 1.8€/graft it’s really the most affordable quality Doc in the world doing a highly skilled technique DHT. However I consider Dr. BF and HLC to be superior because they both open the hole/slit and immediately implant the graft while with DHT at Eugenix they do pre-made slits that I’m not fond of because they immediately start to close after opened therefore the punch must be wider (this technique is used mostly by Doctors that just do the pre-made slits and then have the techs do the implanting). However, at Eugenix the pre-made slits stay open for a very small amount of time due their DHT technique (far superior to standard pre-made slits technique most Doctors use to avoid having their techs screwing up). If you can get Dr. Bisanga to do your surgery for 2.5€/graft that’s also great but I believe he charges 5€/graft like Dr. Lorenzo. The clinic in Athens charges 2.5€/graft but I don’t think you get Dr. Bisanga for that price and like all surgeries what matters is the Doctor doing the surgery.
  14. Hi, My name is Sim, I am 27 years old and i am from Canada. My friend and i have decided that we are going to Eugenix hair transplant in india. After doing research for about 5 years we narrowed it down to either Darling buds and Eugenix in india. After looking into both places to the "T" we feel like the results at eugenix are more dense then darling buds. The method used a Eugenix is a bit different then the method used at darlings buds thats another reason we chose Eugenix (Eugenix uses DHI introduced in 2013) . Darling buds have been around longer and might have more experience but we felt like the results at Eugenix were better density wise. I will be posting my overview about the surgery along with pictures every month and how my trip/surgery was at Eugenix. We both have decided that we are going to go with the "Comprehensive and exclusive package" that Eugenix offers and we both decided we are going to get are hair transplant done from Dr.Anika Bansal. We will begin are journey to india on March 5th 2020 and are surgery will take place March 9th and 10th 2020 once the surgery is done i will start posting my progress, grafts implanted, before/after pictures, monthly updates, and other information that you guys would like to know. I will also be putting up videos on my youtube channel of the progress every month, i was told by many of my followers to do so because most people following me want to get a hair transplant and obviously want to see the results before commiting to do this big procedure. I will put a link up of my channel once the surgery is done so you guys can follow that as well. I am excited and nervous about this, I've been waiting for a long time. Feel free to message me anytime and i will try my best to answer your guys questions.
  15. I first came in contact with Dr. Pradeep Sethi when I took my cousin to him for a hair transplant. He had previously been to numerous clinics and was not satisfied, so I decided to accompany him in this visit, as it was near my home and also that I would be interacting with a doctor, not with english savvy relation officers. Dr. Pradeep and me established an instant rapport, further strengthened by the fact that we were from the same medical college in Orissa. As we became friendlier, Dr. Pradeep insisted on a hair transplant on me, which at my age, 61, I was not too much interested in but the idea of having one excited me. My wife was against this but it was my daughter who egged me on and the next thing I realised, I was on the OT table. I had total faith in Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika, as I had seen the results of my cousin and another patient I had brought after that. Being a bit apprehensive, I did not want much intervention, so we settled for a front coverage, with a slightly high hairline, as commensurate with my age. I must say that Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika did a very good job and my appearance was very natural, though, on my insistence, I still had a big forehead and a large bald crown. I had 2023 grafts, taken from the donor area of the back of the scalp for the hairline and the front, and 1240 from the beard, for the vertex region. That was in 2015. The pictures are for the before and immediately after of my first procedure in the year 2015: And following are the pictures of my results after 5 years of the transplantation procedure: I was so fascinated by their work, their passion, their artistry and the fact that their end result transformed the individual to such a great extent, giving a more youthful look and a great deal of confidence to go with it, so much so that I wanted to join their team, work with them and help them give happiness to others. By the end of 2019, I joined Eugenix and that’s the time I had my second transplant and this time, giving the team a free hand, my hairline was lowered and the crown area almost covered. Again, a total of about 2155 grafts were taken. 1955 from the back of the scalp and 200 from the beard. The following are the pictures from immediately after the second session: The following are my pictures from the completion of the third month after the second sitting: Eugenix has a very good team, with Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi at the helm, both from the prestigious AIIMS, and the hard working and experienced junior doctors and technicians, each one doing their assigned work with so much dedication and efficiency. Each member is so humble and polite, as a result of which every patient, whether from the far off corners of the country or from other countries, feels so comfortable and at home and each one has praises to offer on leaving, as regards his stay, surgery, and off course, the final results in due course of time. I hope I can be of help to many who wish to go for transplantation. Also, i am a living example that age is just a mere number and one must live to their heart's content. I will keep posting my progress in hopes to help others with their own questions. Till then, God bless you all! Stay safe during these tough times.
  16. @quinny like Melvin said Turkey is a landmine as it’s the world capital for botched hair transplants. I only recommend HLC in Turkey because the doctor does the whole surgery and they use a highly skilled technique called stick&place but it’s 2.5€/graft. If you want a low cost option in Turkey it’s Demirsoy but he does pre-made slits/holes and has the technicians implant the grafts. It’s still the best you can get for 1.25€/graft. A better option would be Dr. Arika at Eugenix (1.8€/graft) she does a technique called DHT in which the grafts stay out of the body for no more than 30m.
  17. I have finally scheduled my transplantation at @Eugenix Hair Science for the 31st of May which is in 5 days. I will be sharing my experience in detail over here and tracking the progress on a biweekly basis after the first 2 weeks. Hopefully, this will help others in my situation understand the what the experience will involve. About Myself: I am 31 years old and have been gradually losing hair since I was around 19 – 20 years of age. Up till around 4 years ago, I could still fade my hair and it would look quite good even though it was receded quite a bit. I am now at a stage where I do need a hair transplant. Expectations: I am not trying to overly bring down my hairline or try to achieve how I looked 10 years ago. I am probably going to just bring down the front tip by 1 cm and the sides by around 2 to 2.5 cms. This should give me a mature hairline with more V shape than a U shape. Additionally, I want to leave enough grafts in the bank for future procedures as my hair loss is expected to slowly continue. Pre-operative preparations: Before booking my transplant at Eugenix, I consulted with a dermatologist. She examined my hair under magnification to confirm that I do not have folliculitis or diffused un-pattern Alopecia (thinning of the donor area). I have also been taking the following medication/Supplements: Vitamin D supplements (once a week for 4 weeks): My vitamin D levels are within normal range (This is a fat soluble vitamin and should not be taken unless you consult with a doctor). My dosage is just to give my body an extra push for the first 4 weeks and was deemed extremely safe by the doctor. Ferritin to bump up blood hemoglobin levels even though they are within the normal range. This dosage is also just to give an extra push for the first 4 weeks and was deemed safe by the doctor. B complex supplements: Been taking this for the past 4-6 months Fish oil supplements: Been taking this for the past 2+ years Finesteride for the last 2.5+ months, based on my initial consultation with the doctor and recommendation on this forumI will add MSM after my hair transplant once I can confirm it’s side effects and deem it safe for consumption Note: None of the above are necessary and should not matter too much in terms of end results. Research: I have been researching hair transplant clinics for the past 4 or 5 years and came very close to booking an appointment with Dr. Bhatti in 2016. After this, I was looking at Turkish clinics as al alternative and had a friend with very good results by Dr. Acar. Through my research, I eliminated turkey mainly because they seem to be doing too many transplants and it is very difficult to make sense of how some of the clinics can perform that many grafts in the time that they take to do them. It just felt a little risky. I checked and followed results from Realself, youtube and other online forums. Through the research, watching countless videos online and the patient results posted on HRN, I finally decided to go with Eugenix. I literally could not find a single bad result anywhere from them (Except one on HRN for someone who had quite bad shock loss) and the thing that struck me most is that Eugenix seems to be evolving and not just sticking to what is the norm. If you trace back to the first results that are on HRN, you will see that the technique that was used was FUE and the results themselves are great but not as impressive as we have come to expect from them in the past few years with the DHT technique. All my interactions with Dr. Arika, the Eugenix counselors and reading the patient experiences just made me feel like I could trust them with my procedure. Also, Dr. Arika and Dr. Sethi are AIIMS graduates. What you need to know is that AIIMS is probably the best medical institute in India. If you have grown up in India, you will know that it is extremely difficult to get into a medical college, let alone one that is as good as AIIMS. So basically, @Eugenix Hair Science had the qualifications, experience, outstanding results and seemed to be working consistently to keep getting even better. I really could not have asked for more. Appointment: My flight to Delhi lands on the 29th of May and my hair transplant is scheduled for the 31st of May. I opted for the comprehensive package based on the recommendation by the counselors and my procedure will be led by Dr. Arika. The transplantation is expected to involve around 2500 grafts. Special mention for @GabrielleN (Nelson) and @paddyirishman who has been super responsive and super helpful in addressing all my questions and making me comfortable with this whole procedure. Day of Arrival The flight landed about 15 minutes prior to the scheduled landing time on the 29th. I was able to get through the temperature checks fairly quickly and was picked up by Nelson (Counsellor) and Jaldhar (Driver) at the airport. The drive through Delhi to the clinic in Gurgaon was fairly short (30-40 minutes). Upon arrival at the clinic, I was asked to do a Covid test and my blood was taken for blood work. Post this, I was dropped off at the Hilton hotel. Eugenix usually accommodates it’s patients at the clinic itself but this was not available since the office staff were housed there in order to keep them safe and infection free during the Covid crisis. Surgery Day I was asked to be ready by 8 AM on the day of surgery and I preferred my surgery to start early since I wanted the surgery to be done earlier in the evening. I was picked up on time by Jaldhar and brought back to the clinic where Nelson was ready. We went into a room where I was requested to fill out a few forms, take a few medication and was tested to confirm that I was not allergic to Anesthesia. I was then asked to change into clothes that I would be wearing during the surgery. Post this, I was taken to the photography room where my head was photographed in a number of angles. The hairline was then drawn by Dr Arika and after a little it of tweaking, we had arrived at a conservative hairline which did not lower the hairline much but framed the face quite well. This was then photographed again, the head was partially trimmed in the recipient and donor areas and we proceeded to the operation room. I was first asked to lie down on my back while Dr Shishir administered the local anesthesia all over the recipient areas including the temple. I have always been weary and sensitive of needles and must say that the pricks were a little painful. Weirdly though, the pricks did not hurt much at the temples which is where I was warned it would hurt the most. Once it was confirmed that the area was numb, @Dr Arika Bansal went ahead and made the incisions. I was worried about shock loss due to transplanting grafts into areas that have existing hair and she allayed my fears saying that it should not happen since I was on Finasteride for over 3 months and that she would only make slits where there is quite some space between existing hair. Dr Arika works quite fast and she probably took a little over 30 to 40 minutes to make the 2500 slits in the frontal third of my head and the temples. The exact number of slits and how many were made in the temples are in the picture that I have attached. Once the slits were made, Dr Shishir proceeded to anesthetize the left side of the donor. Punching, extraction and implantation then started from this side of the donor, which was then followed up by the right side of the donor. Kabul, who is actually Dr Sethi’s brother performed all the punching using the motorized punch and moves quite quickly. All in all, around 800 grafts were extracted. The implantation takes longer than the extraction and went on around 1 hour longer after the extraction was completed. Once the extraction was completed, 2 technicians worked simultaneously on the implantation to minimize out of body time to maybe around 1 hour. During this 1 hour, there was no extraction taking place. I have to say that the technicians work like robots and seem to be very well trained in what they do. Throughout the whole procedure, they keep checking on you to confirm that you are not in pain and ask you if you require breaks. We then broke for lunch. The technicians and the doctor did tell me a couple of times that I have very good grafts (mota mota in Hindi which is fat fat) Post lunch, we were to focus on the back of the donor area from where majority of the grafts would be available. Dr Shishir anesthetized the back of the donor area, this was again followed by Kabul doing most of the punching while the technicians did the extractions, loading of grafts into implanters and implantation. The rest of the grafts were all extracted by around 5:15 PM while being simultaneously implanted. Again, due to the fact that the implantation takes longer than the extractions, the major portion of the implantations were not completed till around 7:40 PM. Post this, Dr Arika did the implantations of the temples and some portions of the hairlines. This took a lot longer than the rest of the implantations (for just 150 grafts) since Dr Arika wanted to place the grafts perfectly in the temples. Once these were placed, one of the technicians inserted them till the right depth. For the hairline and temples, the doubles and triples had to be split into singles since I did not have singles in the donor area. The entire transplant was completed at exactly 8:00 PM. Post this, the rest of the hair was trimmed and the transplanted area was cleaned and dressed up. I was quite concerned regarding the out of body time of the grafts during this second phase of the transplant since the grafts were out of the body for over 2.5 hours after the extractions were made. Dr. Arika and Dr. Sethi assured me that this will not be a problem and that my procedure went well. Dr. Arika and Dr. Shishir examined my grafts, assuring me that it looked good and that I should expect a great result. I thanked all the technicians as they had worked really hard and with a lot of focus throughout the day, after which we went into the photography room where I was again photographed in all the angles. I then changed back to my clothes, was briefed about the medication and then went out to get some fresh air. I met Dr Sethi at the gate and we just spoke for quite some time on all things related to life for a while. We joked around a bit and he examined my transplant and said it looked quite good. The counsellor kept reminding me to not bump my head anywhere. I was then taken back to the hotel and was in the hotel by around 9:45 or 10 PM. I had dinner and stayed up pretty much the whole night since I was worried that I would damage my grafts. I probably slept for around 2 hours, sitting up pretty much straight. Next Day and a note on Dr. Sethi The day after the surgery, I surprisingly felt good for someone who had just slept 2 hours. I had a late breakfast and was invited to lunch and dinner at Dr. Sethi’s house. I arrived at the clinic, met Dr. Sethi and was invited to his office. Dr Sethi is not your typical doctor. He still does perform surgeries but seems to be more focused on the spiritual aspects of life, meditation, helping the less fortunate and so on. I was gifted a book (same book that Steve Jobs gifted everyone at his funeral). We then went upstairs to Dr. Sethi’s house for lunch and had a very hearty meal. I then met his son, we played ping pong for a while at which Dr. Sethi is unfortunately not very good before returning back to the hotel. I also joined Dr. Sethi for dinner later that day at his house. The overall feeling you get in the end of the day is that the doctors are more your friends/extension of your family than somebody who’s just making holes in your head. It feels like they not only care about your surgery and how it goes, but also about your experience you have as a whole. They are very particular about making sure that their patients are fully taken care of during the surgery as well as after the surgery. This was my experience. Now, I need to be patient and wait for the most important and fundamental thing of it all, which is the FINAL RESULTS. Note: I had read from a poster somewhere that @Eugenix Hair Science makes their patients pay for the surgery before the surgery or asks them to pay for the additional grafts during the surgery. I just want to state that I was never forced or asked to pay. I was doing online transfers from USD to Indian rupees and had some difficulties. I was always told that I can make the payment for the surgery, after the surgery and at my convenience. Even for the medications, when it was late in the night and I wanted to pay, I was asked to just go to the hotel and take care of the payment later. I never felt like they were after your money, and valued your experience more.
  18. What's up everybody, hope the weather is as nice for you as it is here in Toronto. 6 months today. Considerable growth but patchiness and thinness still evident, especially under harsh light. Low light is actually not too bad. Definitely gonna get that second procedure as soon as I can. Looking at a lot of clinics right now, but I'm especially researching Eugenix and Cinik. Seeing lots of good results coming out of there from real life patients, which is what I value most. I'm also fairly certain I'll need to use beard grafts cause I'm not sure my donor is that great, so Eugenix would be a natural choice (they've also done lots of large restorations, which is nice). I've had online consultations w both so far and Skype'd with Dr. Arika, who is great. Goals w second transplant: 1. Slightly lower hairline a few mm 2. Thicken up frontal third (previous area) 3. Put some in the crown Dr. Arika might be the ticket! The only saving grace is that the previous transplant will be helpful to have already filled out the front a bit, so a good surgeon (I'm thinking with DHT or DHI) can navigate between the hairs and add density. I'm actually feeling pretty positive about the whole thing. Let me know your thoughts.
  19. Thank you Abhinay. Really appreciate that coming from you guys. Eugenix was on my shortlist of clinics last summer when I as finalising my decision. I really like the work that Dr. Bansal and Dr. Sethi are doing over there. It was just a case of logistics for me really, Much easier to go to Turkey from England and come back within a few days. All the best and keep up the great work.
  20. Sorry to see this @watterot, but I hope things get better. Perhaps in a year's time your transplanted hair would grow longer, and you'll be able to comb over. However this shouldn't stop you from doing another HT to coverup the patch, since the no. of grafts would be fewer compared to a mega session. I have been looking at clinics and doctors too. So far I'm only impressed by Dr. Suneet Soni's Medispa and Dr. Pratheep Sethi, Dr. Arika Bansal from Eugenix. The latters representatives are also polite, kind and faster to respond to all kinds of queries. Due to COVID-19 situation my HT plans have been postponed indefinitely though 😢
  21. 5 months is early, even for the hairline. It’s important to remember that every hair follicle is independent, and will enter the anagen (growth) phase at different times, that’s why we say 12 months for full results, because that’s the time when most of the hairs have entered the growth phase. Patience is easier said than done, but necessary with hair restoration. Im considering BHT myself, but I will likely go to Dr. Arika and Dr. Sethi, I’ll be following your thread closely.
  22. BHT specialists are HLC, Pekiner and Eugenix (Dr.Arika or Dr.Sethi). Pekiner is hyper cautious and said I have no scalp donor left so that would leave me with HLC (not sure if they are less conservative with the donor area because Pekiner came from HLC) or Eugenix. Dr. BF also has experience with BHT (he’s just not fond of it) and I know he can work better with a almost depleted donor area so if I have to go for a third round I will probably chose Dr. BF in order to get a few grafts from the scalp.
  23. Hello everyone I have undergone my 2nd HT @Eugenix Clinic,Gurgaon,India on 30th June 2017.Dr.Arika Bansal did my procedure. I reached the clinic on 29th and met Mr.Nelson.He is such a wonderful person.Then i met Dr.Arika bansal, she discussed that i would require about 3000grafts instead of 5000 as we thought durning skype consultation. 30-06-2017: Reached the clinic around 10am,finished all the pre-op formalities.My procedure started @11:00A.M. and lasted till 7:30 P.M.Total about 3000grafts were extracted and were placed on the frontal and crown region.The procedure was a breeze.There was not much pain apart from a couple of times when they injected me with local anaesthesia. Dr.Arika Bansal and her team are wonderful.Apart from the procedure ,i had such a wonderful time with the team @eugenix.. After the procedure ,i was explained about all the post-op follow up. Now is the waiting time. I am attaching all the Pre-op and post-op pics. P.S: I had a previous FUT procedure with one of the recommended Dr. on this forum.
  24. Hi all, I had my HT done at Eugenix, Gurgaon with Dr Arika Bansal and team on 28th December 2019. I have selected their second level package. I have been following this blog since 2 years and took the decision. Prior to visiting this forum, I used to follow HT reviews and experiences in Youtube. Most of those videos usually post rosy picture and probably its better not to make decision based on them. Looking at the reviews on this forum and others, I had selected four clinics to research upon 1. Darling buds, Chandigarh : I spoke with Darling buds over phone and mailed them the pics, got the price quotation. From what I have seen the results in the last couple of years were not great(I might be wrong). 2. Dr Radha from Visakhapatnam : I met Dr Radha in her clinic in Visakhapatnam and spoke with her for about half an hour. I was impressed with her honesty in telling me that HT in India has become more of a business than a profession. The only reason for not having my HT there was that while she is an expert in FUT, there are very few reviews of her FUE work. The reason I didnt want FUT was that even if my HT fails in long term I would want to go fully shaved and FUT would leave those big marks. Also my body takes some time to heal down wounds and often leaves some scars for very long time. 3. Hair free Hair sure clinic, Pune : This is cheapest option among my options and that made me a liitle more skeptical about the results the clinic posted in their Youtube channel. I followed some reviews in Youtube made by the guys themselves and they were actually good. But the low cost made me skeptical and decided not to take the chance. 4. Eugenix Gurgaon : I have read almost all the reviews in this forum and it occured to me that the results are better than Darling buds. But the first level package is the most expensive among my options where as the second level package would cost me the same as Darling buds or with Dr.Radha. And then I researched about Dr.Arika in the internet, she had the best of the credentials being an alumni of AIIMS and a Gold medalist. This gave me additional confidence and decided to take the plunge. Now coming to the story of my hairloss. I had beautiful wavy hair until I was 16 years old (A school-friend I had recently chatted after long time told me she had crush on me just because of my hair. I didnt know whether to be happy or sad at that time). From then hair loss started slowly and started showing my temples when I was 20-22 years. After that my hair line started receeding for the past 4 years. I started loosing my hair on crown I think from the past 2 years Some of my before pictures. I attribute my hair loss to my genes because even though my father has his head full of hair, his 3 brothers were balding through their youth and I could see the exact pattern in me. Also I think I did not take necessary action to slow down my Hair loss. For instance I used many different hair oils while ideally I should have stopped applying oil and wash my hair more often and I already live in humid climate. First was when I was 20. All the other were within one year of my HT. The last few were the ones I took at the hospital Coming to the experience at the Hospital, Eventhough I am satisfied, I must say its not an Ideal one(only with respect to hospitality, I am completely satisfied with the work done though). All through this I was in communication only with CRM named Payal(Name changed). She was helpful and good in communicating. I reached from Delhi airport to the clinic in Gurgaon myself. Neither did I ask and nor she mentioned about pickup but I did not mind. But after reaching hospital at around 9 am, I waited in the reception for about an hour and half for the room to be ready. I was served breakfast there itself. I would have preferred to have gone to the room first, get freshened up and then have my breakfast, especially since I took the early morning flight and have been travelling since 5am. But I understood they might be busy and ignored all this. Before I checked-in into my room, Payal told me that she will let me know about my surgery time. I told her that my flight is in the evening the next day and I would prefer if my surgery finishes today and I get some rest before my return journey. I checked in to the room at around 11am and waited till 4pm for her call. Neither did she call about surgery timings nor she asked about Lunch. All the while I was just waiting as she said she will call. I was pretty much furious at that point of time and went to the reception. She saw me and she was clueless as to why I am looking furious. I told her what has happened. She then immediately took me to the hospital floor and made me sit at the hospital lounge. And then Dr Shishir(He's a cool guy) came and asked some pre-surgery questions. I expressed my discontent and told him that I am now very doubtful about having my HT there. He was sorry for a while and told me that some mistakes happens while scheduling and that one surgery which was supposed to be closed in the morning got extended as the there was heavy bleeding and thats the reason for delay and miscommunication. He assured me that the team there is best in India (He himself had HT done there) enquired about who my handler is and whether I had lunch. He then left and Payalji came running to me and apologized hundred times and took my lunch order. I then spoke with Arika mam for about half an hour about HT, Result expectation, Meds and side effects etc., She maintained that 95% of her clients dont have side-effects of finasteride and that while the transplanted hair is permanent, one should take finasteride to preserve remaining hair. She designed my hair line. I changed it slightly to my liking. She then said it will take around 2500 grafts at the front, 150 on each temple and she will try to put about 100 on crown. My spirits were up after speaking with Arika mam and I went to the photo-shoot. I met with Nelson there, chatted a bit(He too had HT there with great result, his pics are all over the clinic). In the photo shoot room a guy came to check himself in the mirror. He said its been 8 months and that he had nothing over his crown before and now its really good. He then took one good look at me and said I will have good result. I didnt know why. In the surgery room I met with Dr Alok and there were some assistants. All the assistants were very young and must be weighing less than 50kgs (I mean to say that they are very lean). In the OT there is this big TV with Youtube, Netflix and everything. You can watch whatever you like. I was given some pills about 4-5 prior to surgery. So my surgery(only punching) started around 5.30pm and lasted till 8.30pm. Only painful moments were when they were giving anesthesia especially at the front and at the temples. They were constantly checking if there was any feeling of pain, discomfort etc., Dr Arika did the punching at the front hair line and side temples. She must have operated on me for about 30mins of the time. The rest was done my Dr Alok and Dr Shishir(I did not mind because I felt they were equally good). I think some assistants also worked on me while give anesthesia. It was over and they put a surgical cap and sent me to the room giving instructions about not banging head over anything etc., The next day was tedious one. The next day was tedious one. Extracing and planting the hair follicles. Dr Arika mam operated for very less time. Dr Shihsir did for about 50% of the time and some assistant worked about an hour. I think extraction was done mostly by assistants. Punching was done by Dr Shishir. Arika mam did planting at the temples and the hair line. You wont get to see the TV screen that much during this surgery as you mostly have to be on your stomach. All through the surgery I played some AR Rahman songs. I fell asleep for an hour or so. I could see that even the assistants were tired at the end of surgery and were telling Dr Shishir that their hands were aching and all. Finally surgery got completed at around 1pm and they had to wake me up after that. Billing was done prior to the surgery and I had hurry up after surgery as I had to catch the flight at around 5pm. It was already 2pm and Dr Shishir briefed about meds to be taken. Before I thought I would spend some good 30 mins about post-surgery instructions but it had to be rushed in 10mins as I did not have time. I did not even have time to have it there(All because of mischeduling the starting of the surgery ) and took the parcel with me to eat on the way to airport. Except for the hospitality, I was overall satisfied with the work done. I was told that it will take 7-8 months for full result. Dr Shishir asked me to give him a call after I reach home. I reached and called around 10.30 pm and he again repeated the instructions. After the surgery was over they covered my head with surgical cap and asked me to spray saline water over transplanted area every 4 hours for next 4-5 days. They gave me a bandana(very wierd one) to cover over the cap. To my surprise it was not that much noticeable in Delhi airport. Even the security personnel appeared as if they are used to seeing that. They gave me an adult pad to keep over my pillow. All the night it was damp at my back and next morning I could see that the pad was bloody. When I looked in the mirror, the extracted area was bleeding at one place. I panicked and called Dr. Shishir, he told me that it is normal and would continue for 2-3 nights. It did continue for 2-3 nights and stopped after that. Within 3 days extracted area became normal, transplanted area was a little bit heavy and numb(Numbness persisted upto 40days). There was slight swelling upto a inch before transplanted hair line on forehead. Dr Shishir told me to massage the swollen area with two thumbs and it will go away and it did. Did headwash on 7th day, nothing much changed after 1st head wash. Instructions were to mix Dove shampoo in water and apply foam on transplanted area, leave for 30 mins and rub with forefingers in circles gently. I messaged in whatsapp group that nothing changed and they told me to repeat again. Then I researched online and came to know shaving-foam also works better. The next day I applied shaving-foam and did the headwash. I felt that I was a little hard on HT area to remove the scabs( I had to go office the following day) and some follicles came out. I freaked out and called Dr.Shishir and shared him the pics of follicles that came out. He told me that it is normal and it will keep happening in the next few weeks. After 1st head wash. Nothing much changed It is at this point of time that having HT done at trust worthy place helps you. Otherwise you will keep on doubting whether or not a proper HT was done!! Money was already lost and you will loose mental peace and sleep too. That is the reason that even if you are not comfortable with the price, you should be comfortable with the work done. I will share the status of 5 months in few weeks. Apologies for shabby writing.
  25. Thanks for the response Abhinay. Is it possible to opt for Dr. Pradeep Sethi in the Comprehensive and Exclusive Package or would our option be limited to Dr. Arika? I personally think both of them are great surgeons, but if need be & preferred, can a patient choose Dr. Sethi or does he exclusively operate in the Premium tier?
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