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  1. 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.................
  2. Hi Folks, Long time lurker; My very first post here with the intent to share and contribute based on my upcoming surgery in India with Darling buds and most importantly “ My results “ in the next few months. I feel morally obligated to contribute at least something back to this community that offers : A worldwide network of HT experts, reputed Senior members sharing invaluable info, Top rated HT surgeons positioning their point of views and most importantly "real patients sharing real stories". Background Male in mid-thirties from Canada; NW 3 - Less/More. Past 6 years were dark and depressing. Living in a fool’s paradise; using Toppik daily assuming everything’s fine but somewhere at a deeper level; it continuously bothered me. Finally in 2019; I made the big decision to get a HT. This website is the main reason as to why I was able to solidify on my research, move ahead with a concrete decision and was able to find one of the best doctor (just being positive here) as per my checklist/strict criteria. Special thanks to the Creator of this website – Kudos to the brain that kicked off this humanitarian initiative as it continues to educate millions of potential patients like myself. Why Darling Buds India (I guess they changed the name to 5 Rivers Hospital ) This piece takes forever to decide especially for someone like me who spends gazillions of hours on the Internet/YouTube/Forums. I was always skeptical about giving my Head to someone to be operated; so consulted with many Canadian, American, European, Indian and Turkish clinics. Many reputed names like Dr. Rahal ( Known as the hairline king from Canada), Dr Acar ( Cosmedica Turkey), Dr. Erdogan ( Turkey), Aestimed ( Turkey), LA Hair ( USA), Qunomedical ( Belgium & German clinics), Dr. Cinik ( Turkey) and the list goes on……………………………………………. but None fitted my checklist in it's entirety reflecting 8 Key deciding factors that was prepared after extensive research for years 🙄 : 1. Max cost under 10,000 CAD ( 7500 USD ) for 3500-4000 Grafts to be able to achieve maximum density in my case. YES, I decided to find the best treatment within this range. IMHO, paying this much should suffice in getting you a world class, still affordable HT in today’s age with advanced Technologies, Globalization, the power of internet and competitive market. It's costing me around 9000 CAD ( including some expensive flight tickets) with Dr. Bhatti which seems adequate for the reputation he has or rather a steal ( not sure - will tell later) If budget wasn’t a constraint, I would’ve booked Dr. Rahal ( Canada ) who is local to me OR Dr. Baubac ( Alvi Armani USA) more importantly to save myself from the hassle of flying 20 hours one way, then drive to a different city, book a hotel for a week, apply for a visa, Take few weeks of vacation from work etc. Dr Rahal charges 8 CAD per FUE, most other clinics would cost the same in N. America for FUE Treatment. It’s costing me around 2.40 CAD with Dr. Bhatti ( includes all international/ Local flights, Visa, Hotel, Food, Cab etc.). If you compare Dr Bhatti's fee with his peers who fall in the same reputed arena of global doctors, I think most would sign this off as a great offering for hair loss patients globally. Eugenix quoted around 4 CAD per graft but it was for DHI method. They produced some great results lately and they are the inventors of DHI which is now adapted globally; goes to show that they are researchers also - very impressive. As of 2019, I think Dr. Bhatti and Eugenix should be compared as top players if India is the selected destination for your HT Journey ( My comparison below) I almost finalized Eugenix over Dr. Bhatti but then based on my research, took a U Turn : Eugenix positive aspects: 1. Biggest is DHI - OUT/IN grafts within minutes. Definitely better method as compared to Traditional FUE . I could only find positives so far, no negatives on DHI. It's hard to logically beat DHI method with traditional FUE; so no doctor should even try it IMO. I wish Dr Bhatti would offer DHI to his patients by now ☹ 2. Clinics are located in major cities like Delhi and Mumbai. No need to drive / fly again from major airport all the way to Chandigarh. Eugenix Negative aspects: 1. Some patients mentioned that they were taken for a ride. Eugenix Docs prey on foreign nationals; after or during mid surgery – Dr. Bansal asked for 500 more grafts payment as required and payment must be done during the middle of the operation ( insane); also no breakdown/reasoning was provided in the end. On the contrary, Darling buds has returned some fee to few patients to their surprise which is a classy act of ethical business in my opinion (hard to find) 2. Eugenix costs are almost double than Darling buds( quite expensive for many) but anyways DHI is more costlier than traditional FUE globally and if results are better with more graft survival rate, most patients wouldn't mind paying more. 3. Eugenix is run in a satellite office format, more than one location and hard to get a hold of prime doctors - Dr. Sethi and Dr. Bansal where as Dr. Bhatti provides a peace of mind with one location, one clinic, one doctor who is also the owner of that entire facility with 15 good staff members well trained under him in a peaceful non polluted city near a hill station. #3 was a critical factor in my decision to go with Dr. Bhatti In short, I would’ve loved DHI for best results but I settled with FUE for now Note: Out of thousands, This site recommends ONLY 2 surgeons from Turkey, 7 surgeons from India and 1 from Canada ( I was surprised to see only Dr. Rahal in the list, yes Hasson is there but they're again advocates of FUT ), so HRN really helped me short list 10 surgeons before making the final call 2. ONLY FUE for ME – My heart said a Big “No“ to a linear scar; doesn’t matter if some Doctors persuade you with somewhat genuine reasoning's to avoid FUE such as : FUE provides Less density, FUT offers more grafts and saves Donor area as untouched for future sessions, FUE is a blind process etc. Dr. Feller and Dr. Soni ( Medispa India) seems like the two biggest advocates of FUT over FUE and I agree with some of their explanations as it sounds logical. Dr. Soni really pushed me to sign up with FUT and said his scar technique is different. Promised that he will close it in a way where almost no scarring is visible . It was tough buying into that argument, additionally recent negative reviews about him and I finally decided to brush him aside at that point. 3. Doctor MUST perform the operation (No technicians) – I could only find someone as reputed as Dr. Bhatti who performs 80% of the procedures that includes Hair trimming (to feel your hair ), Anesthesia, FUE Extractions with motorized punch and Incisions. In Turkey where I was almost sold at one point, all operations are run by Technicians. Not a Plastic surgeon, no educational background/ competency level ( it's scary as they're known as the butchers of HT industry) I wish Dr. Bhatti would implant the grafts too ( not his nurses) for extra cost but I guess it will be a tedious job for a busy surgeon to sit for another 4 hours or so ....... Am I asking for too much 4. World class facility matching North American standards : with Heart rate monitoring, proper blood tests, blood pressure check up, spotless , Face coverings during entire operation and sterile environment. 5. Super microscopes and Magnifiers is a must ( Most Turkish clinics operate with naked eyes, when I asked they tried to sell me bull *&**** ) This is extremely important during all 4 phases of operation : Extraction – To make sure proper gaps are left in between grafts in the donor area and get the right angle before using the punch. Sorting – To count how many pure singles, doubles, triples and quads ( if any ) are collected. Incisions – To ensure least collateral damage, magnifier will show 6 x scalp surface so during incisions, holes are made at the right angle, depth and only on bald scalp areas ( not where you've some fine hairs). This should also minimize some shock loss in the post op phase. Implantation - Imperative to only use pure singles / baby soft hairs in the very first few rows of hairline and Temples. If by mistake, they implant doubles – it will give a pluggy look and I would rate that transplant as 50% failed right then and there. If during implant, nurses grab a multi - haired graft, at least microscopes will allow them to revisit to find a pure single graft and then insert it in the right spot. Joe Tillman's video is quite helpful : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeQ4ZvEHb7Y 6. Doctor should have a solid reputation on major forums, hair restoration network, should be well read, traveled, have some global exposure, recommended by Bald-truth, Spex and many other HT mentors like Joe Tillman. Dr. Bhatti checks all those boxes. Yes – there are some mixed opinions about him (and every other Top HT surgeon out there) but perfection is impossible to achieve; so I decided to just look at the bigger picture and go for it. 7. Detailed info, pre op care, post op care, regular contacts and supporting your patients in their hours of greatest needs is of utmost importance. Its well know that Dr. Bhatti, Shera ( his rep) , California would contact their ex. Patients regarding some concerns, would stand by them and not disappear. This was impressive. 8. Patient advisor should be genuine, honest and straightforward – So far, Shera has been awesome, friendly and taking care of all my minor/ major concerns. Always reachable, quick responses and a real time patient who has experienced the same Doctor few years ago first hand. In the long run, it helps to have a contact like him for small chats if need be. I will continue to share my Journey with Darling buds and also, highlight If any red flags are there. So far, I’m just one naive internet researcher in this field who talks based on theories and hypothetical situations, I don’t have any practical experiences yet. Assuming I've made a good decision by choosing this clinic (over others) and trying to keep a positive mindset hoping I will be in good hands is the only thing I can do now. One Sr. Member said it wisely – “For Dr. Bhatti and his staff ( or other clinics) 18th March will be just another day with another patient like thousands came before and will come after, but for a patient who’s been researching on this constantly day/night, it’s a big life event and 18th is one of the most important day of his life after which either he could regain his lost confidence or could loose it forever “ After all, handing off your head to someone for the entire day isn’t one easy decision I’ve seen members here supporting each other against doctors if results aren’t satisfactory. That speaks volumes and the main reason as to why I joined here to gain support from my so called “Anonymous hair restoration family” Dr. Bhatti's hairlines were talked about – not too dense? Any suggestions? Should I revisit this with him ? I don't want a sparse hairline but Not sure if this was an old issue (one -off) Also, I’ve not met Dr Bhatti for any F2F consulting yet or a video consultation, plan is to meet him a day before my procedure. So far, Shera is my driving force. I’m hoping for a life changing experience (like many others), regain my lost confidence and I always say “ Hope “ is something that brings us to these Doctor’s doorsteps. Yes finance and reviews are important aspects but we all hope to be treated in the best possible way during our special treatment day. A little daunting for me to fly all the way, get operated in a surgical room, holes in my head but I’m collecting all the courage in this world to get this done. Shera is helping like one true Samaritan If some of you are able to read this completely, my apologies for such a long note but this is the only forum where I am able to write everything anonymously and vent out if need be. My Journey to be continued……………………………………………………………………………………............................................
  3. I had the pleasure of speaking with Rahul, born of royal blood in India, his story is amazing and reminds me of the power of hair transplant surgery. This man was botched, and now thanks to Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Bansal, has been redeemed. A Norwood 7 Receives Life Changing FUE Hair Transplants
  4. Hi All, Thanks for the opportunity to post here. I am a 39 yr old male. started losing hair since I was around 30 and had pretty much reached the stage indicated in the pictures by around 35. I intermittently used Rogaine (not very regular) so could not really gauge if it would have helped me or not but wanted to indicate that I did use it. At this stage, I am pretty much looking at Hair transplant as the key option to move forward. I am based in the US but wanted to explore hair transplant options in India. i would appreciate any tips to a beginner like me and apologize if I am asking any redundant questions. I did some basic research and am reading up on the various techniques that are used in this domain ... FUT, FUE, FUSE etc. Will go through the forum as well I established initial contact with the HT docs in India (mainly going by the docs on the IAHRS list - all of whom seem very well regarded on this forum as well). Below is a summary of what I have received and would appreciate feedback from the senior members here. 1) Norwood 6/7 2) Would require 2 sessions. 3) For 1st sessions focus on frontal scalp and hairline - all indicated similar number of 3500-4000 grafts (mix of scalp/donor and beard) 4) For 2nd session - feedback was varied. 1 clinic indicated meds (finasteride 1 mg daily) would suffice or go for 2nd session of 2000 grafts. Rest of feedback varied from anywhere from 2500-4000 grafts in second session. Am not sure how to evaluate this feedback. 5) based on some posts I have read here, the density/placement of the transplant is also important...am still getting familiar with the technicality of this aspect. 6) Is FUSE another new technique other than FUE? Any guidance on what this entails? 7) In general does the transplant technique really depend on the candidate or is there a common currently recommended technique in the HT world? 😎 I am scheduling online/video appts with the clinics and would appreciate some guidance on what type of questions to ask? Honestly am a little overwhelmed by the information on this form and online and cannot make out what information online is paid-advertisement and what is genuine recommendation. Would truly appreciate any feedback you can provide. 9) Any feedback or recos in general for Medlinks/Dr.Gaurang Krishna, Eugenix (Dr bansal/Dr Sethi), Dr Poswal, Darling Buds/Dr.Tej Bhatti, Medispa (Dr Suneet Soni) Thanks so much for this forum!
  5. Hello @Steeeve thanks for your comments. Yes my doner feels great and I'm very happy with it. It's still maturing to grow after it had been shaved to zero. I knew before I went to Dr. Arika and Dr. Pradeep their work is really clean , and they take great care of their patients doner with extractions and not to overharvest in the same area as I have seen with so many other less experienced doctors in other clinics. .........Paddy....
  6. Hi all, I am a 29 years old male based in Malaysia, and have been researching for quite a while now. I found the posts here to be super helpful and informative, so thanks a lot everyone for sharing your experience! Initially I was only considering India (Eugenix vs Dr Bhatti), due to proximity from Malaysia. However, with the recent price increase with Eugenix, I am opening up my search into Turkey as well. I was wondering if there is anyone out there who has compared these Indian and Turkish IAHRS doctors? If so, I would really love to hear your opinions! India - Dr Arika Bansal + Dr Pradeep Sethi from Eugenix - Dr Tejinder Bhatti from darling buds in India Turkey - Dr. Ekrem Civas from Civas clinic - Dr. Hakan Doganay from AHD - Dr Koray Erdogan from ASMED Cost is of course a factor for me (e.g., with the most expensive package at 210 Rs with Eugenix, it's almost 2x the price quoted to me from Dr. Bhatti, and flying to turkey will cost more for me), but I would rather spend a bit more money for assurance of good results. If you have not compared the doctors between countries, would love to hear your 2 cents if you've looked any of the doctors as well. Really appreciate your help, and I wish everyone a full head of hair till they're 80 years old
  7. @paddyirishman I did write 1.8€/graft with 18% tax. Civas, Doganay and even Asmed are most definitely not in Dr. Arika league.
  8. A correction of what @Portugal25 said about the price per graft with Dr. Arika. The cost is €1.80 per graft which includes tax. ( It's not €1.80 per graft plus tax ) We know that price is not the most important thing to look at when researching for world class surgeons , however at that price compared to others who are not in Dr.Arika league (who @Portugal25 also pointed out ) it certainly is an excellent price. .....Paddy...
  9. @ahglet none of the doctors you mentioned are on the same level as Dr. Arika. Bhatti has several bad results in this forum. Doganey was kicked out of this forum due to bad results and being unethical to his patients (ex:re-using needles). Asmed is having some subpar results lately probably because the surgery is being performed by technicians and not by Dr. Erdogan. I won’t even waste time discussing Civas. If you want Turkish doctors that you can compare to Dr. Arika (1.8€/graft with 18% tax) then you have to look at Dr. Keser (3.5€/graft) and Dr. Pekiner (2.15€/graft) they both do the whole surgery and have 1 patient per day. If want a cheaper option you have Dr. Demirsoy at 1.25€/graft he also has just 1 patient per day but he uses techs for implanting the grafts. If you can afford it book Keser, Pekiner or Arika.
  10. 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.
  11. Days 8-10 Post Op On Sunday, day 8, I finally took a shower and began to work off the scabs. At first it was very difficult, and I didn't want to push it too much. When your scalp is numb it's difficult to gauge how much friction you're applying to the scalp. This makes the process a bit tricky. I contacted Dr. Arika, and she said it was fine to work them off slowly over a few days. On day 2, I wrapped my transplant area with warm, moist gauze and let it sit for 20 minutes. Then I shampooed with J&J infant shampoo and let it sit for another 10 minutes. Then I applied a little more pressure in trying to remove the scabs. In doing so, I had 2 transplanted hair shed in my hand. I immediately stopped and rinsed off. I then proceeded to work the scabs off in front of the mirror very gently with 1 finger. Using the mirror was a big help, and I didn't experience anymore shedding. Today I did a shorter soak and followed the scab removal technique from yesterday. I had no shedding and was able to remove most of the remaining scabs. My scalp is pretty red at the moment. It's almost like I got a sunburn. My donor area is recovering slowly, but appears to be doing fine. There's a bit of discomfort, but I'm following @paddyirishman advice and applying aloe vera to the area. Seems to be helping. Pictures are from this morning. My staff thinks I look good with a buzzcut. I rocked a blue surgical cap for a week, so my entire team knows that I got a transplant. I didn't try to hide the fact. Just owned it. Doing so has been incredibly freeing. Side note: The post op literature that Eugenix gives says that you can resume heavy weight lifting after 7 days. Today I had to move a piece of furniture in the office and didn't think twice about it. The weight was around 35lbs if I had to guess. I moved it only a sort distance, but it required me to bend over and strain. Since doing so, my transplant area has been pulsing. It's been over an hour and this sensation hasn't subsided. I've reached out to Dr. Arika, and she says there is nothing to worry about. This feeling in my head, however, is a bit disconcerting. I've been so careful this entire time. Moral here is to take it easy. Don't do anything that might jeopardize the investment even if the post op guidelines say otherwise. The subsequent feelings of paranoia aren't worth it ;). Hope you're all having a great day! - Fluff
  12. Hello @ahglet The prices at @Eugenix Hair Science are still the same. I paid 120 rs for my surgery with Dr.Arika. You can still have surgery with Dr. Arika for only 120 rs per graft , and she is highly talented. Please see my thread with all the information. .....Paddy....
  13. @Corbyn we have presented you with world class Doctors and you are presenting a franchise clinic where your results will depend on the underpaid tech team available on the day of your sugery. Search for Doctors with patients posting amazing results and avoid clinics. For your case Dr. Arika would be the best option and her price is not much higher than the cheapest Doctor with good results, Dr. Demirsoy. Don`t focus solely on price because this is not like buying a car that you can sell after a few years! This is a surgery with all the health risks associated with doing a surgery and the results are permanent!
  14. @Corbyn @Abhinay Singh @Fluffhead @eyesonyouuuu @Portugal25 @inquisitivebald @Looking for HT Thanks Benson for your kind words and appreciation and also for tagging me in the conversation to share my experience and knowledge to help you. I was a Norwood 6 before my HT with Eugenix. When you ask if you have any hope or better to shave it off, the answer is you have great hope. You are a norwood 6, maybe eventually be a 7. There are solutions. @Eugenix Hair Science has a proven track record of dealing with high norwoods and achieving outstanding results. Dr.Arika and Dr.Pradeep with supporting Doctors and team are pioneers of the DHT ( Direct Hair Transplantation) technique where very near 100% graft growth is achieved with simultaneous implantation of the grafts as their out of body time is kept to a minimum with no root touch. Your scalp doner will be optimised to its potential while at the same time well managed without being overharvested as Eugenix past results have shown . They are also highly skilled in Body Hair Transplantation with beard grafts as I had used for my HT , their is no scarring at all noticable to the naked eye and nobody or even myself can make out extractions were made . Chest Hair if needed can also be used. I would highly recommend Benson to speak with Dr.Arika as she is very honest and genuine as she will talk to you regarding any concerns you may have. Medication is not needed for newly transplanted hair and you will have that for life. It can take 12 to 18 months before you see the final result of a HT . There is no need to stay for a few weeks after the HT, I left the next day after mine. I stayed at the facility near Delhi and it is 5 star. Yes Eugenix can clean your doner area when you are there, as I had , but its not a neccesity as their work is really clean, you need a little beataline antiseptic solution and antiseptic ointment prescribed that I had to take for the first 7 days on my doner as a precaution for infection. There is no need to worry about the doctors being tired as they all work like clockwork and know their jobs to perfection with the goal of giving each and every patient the best possible result . The prices have not increased as you can still get a HT for the same price with Dr.Arika, and even at that it is really reasonable priced for the outstanding results that can be achieved. You will enjoy your HT for life. .............Paddy..........
  15. 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.
  16. 1) If you're losing your hair, you should be on finasteride. For me it's an open and shut case. Dr. Arika mentioned that she strongly urges all hair transplant candidates to get on finasteride and stabilize before undergoing surgery. Doing so helps minimize shock loss. If you're not taking finasteride, hairs that were already susceptible to miniaturization might not recover fully after the surgery. 2) Having been through a surgery, I have no idea how you'd get a massage during the process. I think a round of PRP would be helpful though. 3) I'm about a week post op, and unless you'd undergone a mega session I see no reason why you'd need to be so closely monitored. Just follow the doctor's post op instructions to the letter, and you should be fine. I would, however, allow myself 2-3 days post op before jumping back on an international flight. The dry air in the cabin and change in air pressure is uncomfortable when your head and forehead are swollen due to the local anesthetic. Furthermore, with over head bins opening and closing you're more likely to sustain damage to your grafts. My advice would be to hunker down in a hotel room, spray the saline solution by the clock, take your meds, do the massages and keep your head uncovered. 4) You are not long gone. I've seen miracles worked on the forum. It all depends on your expectations. Are you going to have a full head of hair like you did at 18? Absolutely not. Is your journey going to be expensive? Probably. Get on finasteride, stabilize and in the meantime plan out your surgery. Do a few consultations, get a feel for what various doctors are recommending and then take the plunge. I wish I'd done mine sooner. 5) Theoretically, the transplanted hair shouldn't fall out, but as in life YMMV. In your case, most doctors will recommend FUT. You'll probably need 2 surgeries to get you where you want to be. Pretty sure the Eugenix team will recommend the DHT method because that's what they specialize in, but you should set up an appointment to ask them yourself. I would get several opinions and then make the most informed decision possible. 6) Yes, and it's not as big a deal as you think. It soon becomes a habit. 7) I agree with you here. I do, however, feel that you have to look at where the patient starts. Dense coverage is difficult to achieve in a NW5-6. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I think you could make the same arguments for just about every surgeon on this forum with the exception perhaps being Hasson and Wong. You'll pay 5-6x the price though. I had a great experience with Eugenix, but I'm not fully endorsing them until I see my final result. You need to get on finasteride, so you'll have a chance to wait and see. 9) Dr Arika and Dr. Pradeep do not follow each other around. They go where the surgeries are. Their staff is adept at cluster scheduling, so the doctors aren't moving day to day. Dr. Arika said she performs 1 and at the max 2 surgeries per day (if they're smaller procedures). She is a workaholic and enjoys doing 15 days or more in a row. She said that when she does lots of surgeries she gets into a groove. I asked her this specific question during my consultation. She mentioned that in December they only took 1 day off because there was so much demand. I wouldn't worry about doctor fatigue. 10) The price didn't increase. They added a new tier. The new tier has Dr. Arika doing the hairline implantation herself. Everything else remains the same. Let me know if you have further questions!
  17. @Corbyn happy to hear my comments helped. 1) According to Dr. Lorenzo that recommendation is mandatory for patients with DUPA and will help a patient that has thin hair but it’s not mandatory for patients without DUPA. I was not on finasteride prior to my surgery and have no plans to start. 2) That recommendation is for FUT patients and you have YouTube videos explaining how to do it. 4) Forget the hairpiece that is ruining your scalp and go get a HT. There is no scientific data that confirms PRP provides any benefits. 5) I had FUT and FUE and I can say that in 2020 there is now no need to have a FUT scar in order to do a mega session with a great result. Go for FUE! Transplanted hair can fall out if you don’t take finasteride to stop your hair loss. In 2008 I was just 25 years old and had my FUT with Dr. Rahal but since then I didn’t take any finasteride so I lost some of my transplanted hairs in the front and my hairloss progressed to the midscalp and crown leaving me like my profile picture at 37 years old. 6) Only if you want to stop your hairloss and get stronger hair. If your hairloss has already stopped there is no need to continue on finasteride (you can ask this to a Dermatologist). The questions you have regarding Eugenix I will leave them for @paddyirishman because he recently had surgery with them and will be able to provide a more informed answer. I can only say they are the best in the world for a FUE mega session but now if you want to have Dr. Arika do your surgery and not a tech team you will have to pay 1.8€/graft with tax instead of last year price of 1.2€/graft. If cost for you is a issue then maybe look at Demirsoy (1.25€/graft) but if I were you I would save money and negotiate with Eugenix to drop their price because you will need a mega session of at least 7000 grafts plus beard grafts to increase density. Good luck with your research!
  18. Hello Fellow Members, I intend this to be the first post of my HT journey in 2020. My sincere thanks to this community and every person online who has shared knowledge, perspectives, opinions, results, etc. This has equipped me to make an informed decision. I know at least 14 relations and friends who have expressed sincere desire to get a HT, but remain at the periphery due to fear of high assumed costs, side effects, etc. resulting from lack of research and not personally knowing anyone who underwent the procedure. This documentation of my experience will be a first hand example to motivate them and other new people on this forum (assuming all goes well). As such, this is my contribution to equip future patients with information and confidence. About me - Male; 29.5 years old; Indian immigrant currently studying in Canada. Why HT? - While I have never visited a doctor for a proper diagnosis, I assume I am suffering from Androgenic alopecia inherited from my mother's side. I have been experiencing hair loss since 17-18 years of age. Finally I am at that stage where the hair loss has become very evident and troubling when I look in the mirror or at my photos, and I would like to do something about it sooner rather than later. I am not interested in non-surgical restoration methods like wigs/hairpieces, etc., but open to medication. Why India? - I really wish I could get it done here in Canada for convenience. I first visited Dr. Rahal for a consultation. He is local to me. I have no doubts in his ability, but his services will cost me about 3-4 times of what I will pay in India for the services of a highly skilled doctor. For an affordable HT, I chose India over Turkey to avoid language barriers and for the comfort of homeland. Also, most IAHRS members and other globally recognized surgeons are more affordable in India than Turkey (except Dr. Resul Yaman and Dr. Ekrem Civas I think). FUE or FUT? - Last year I got super excited and emailed Dr. Suneet Soni (Medispa) that I was interested in getting FUT done from him and he gave me a quote for 3500 FUT grafts. Unfortunately, my limited financial resources were urgently required somewhere else and I had to delay. I let Medispa know that I was going to delay. This gave me more time to think and research. I read about FUE with Dr. Bhatti (Darling Buds) and DHT with Eugenix Clinic, and saw many cases of scar stretching from FUT. Finally I decided that I did not want to take that risk regardless of which closure/stitching technique is used, and also I wanted a quicker and less painful healing. So I am interested in FUE or DHT only. Who in India? I am nearing the end of the process of identifying potential options, and until now I have shortlisted the following surgeons. My photos are posted at the end of text. a. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti of Darling Buds. He suggested 2800-3000 FUE grafts and answered all my questions satisfactorily and seems very professional. I thought his consultant Shera would contact me when I first emailed, but I believe I have been chatting with the Dr. directly. The fact that he doesn't perform FUT at all and his entire practice is based around aggressively promoting FUE, along with the fantastic FAQ on his website promotes confidence in his skills as a trustworthy FUE surgeon. He is a member of pretty much all prestigious global associations and was also featured in some publication's 'Top 20 global surgeons for HT' ranking. His website has transparent pricing. Cons: I came across some posts on this forum where the results were far from satisfactory and the post-operation response and support those patients received from the clinic seemed disappointing for a clinic of such high reputation. b. Eugenix (will probably select the comprehensive pkg. which has partial involvement of Dr. Bansal and Dr. Sethi). I was in touch with their consultant Nelson a couple of months ago and he offered a Skype session with a doctor (don't know which doctor). I postponed it due to personal reasons, but have resumed the conversation. Regardless, Nelson had mentioned that the doctor suggested 2000 grafts through DHT. I don't know which doctor since there are 5 at the clinic, and was a little surprised by the qty. of suggested grafts, but will bring up this question in the Skype session. Also, it would be good to know what percent (approx.) of total slits are done by Dr. Bansal or Dr. Sethi in comprehensive pkg. I chose Eugenix because Dr. Bansal and Dr. Sethi are highly reputed surgeons, inventors, authors of books and publications, and members of prestigious societies. They are also listed on Joe Tillman's recommended surgeons list. Their website has transparent pricing. Cons: I can't afford full services of Dr. Sethi or Dr. Bansal and will have to place my trust in the young doctors trained by them for majority of the procedure. c. Dr. Suneet Soni of Medispa He suggested 3500 FUT grafts (because I started a conversation advocating FUT). I have read that Dr. Soni is the best for FUT, but not necessarily FUE. All his successful results are also FUT + FUE. I emailed him recently (after many months) with new photos and requesting quote for FUE. He has not responded since a week. Not sure if he is still interested. Regardless, I chose him for his results, excellent website (though no transparent pricing), prestigious memberships, and artistic reputation. My recent photos are attached. Please share your opinions, ideas, insight, suggestions regarding my surgeon choices above and the photos below. I will be very grateful for your time and help. Tagging some fellow members who also posted similar questions recently and seemed undecided on their search. @Alphabeta @Dalveer @skallig @givemehair2019
  19. Brilliant post @paddyirishman What matters is chosing a surgeon that has great results posted by actual patients and several of these surgeons are in fact charging very affordable prices. I have found that there are even some Doctors charging less than they what their results are worth (@Dr. Bruno Ferreira Dr. Kaan Pekiner, and Dr. Arika). None of the surgeons I mentioned above are charging 1.25€/graft and I would think twice before going to a doctor charging this price, unless it`s Demirsoy. He does charge 1.25€graft and has some decent results in this forum (but he has techs doing part of the surgery which is a no-go for me).
  20. Day 3 Post Op No pictures from yesterday because I was flying all day, but not much had changed anyway. No problems getting through the airport. I rocked the surgical cap all day and nobody bothered me about it. I believe the plane ride dried my scalp out a bit and exacerbated the swelling in my face. The team at Eugenix should consider offering the little spray bottles of saline solution for those of us who travel from overseas. I had to dump my large bottle to get through security, so there was a 4 hour period when I was unable to spray my head. Overnight I experienced an uptick in itchiness. At one point in the night, I brushed the transplant zone on my right temple involuntarily with my hand. That area is a little raw today as a result. Don't really feel any pain but perhaps a tad of soreness. I feel my donor area is healing nicely. The transplant zone has scabbed over and is pretty tight. Dr. Arika and the team have checked in on me everyday. Already looking forward to Saturday when I can wash my head!
  21. Eugenix Hair Sciences is extremely pleased to announce that Dr Pradeep Sethi is going to be available in London (16th January 2020) and Birmingham (17th and 18th January 2020) to meet prospective hair transplant patients in person. Dr Pradeep Sethi has over 10 years of experience in the field of dermatology and hair transplantation. An alumni of AIIMS (New Delhi), Dr Sethi specialises in the hairline design, density creation, corrective hair transplantation, extreme cases of baldness and female hair transplantation. He is an active member of various National and International organisations like ISHRS (USA). He conceived & implemented the idea of Direct Hair Transplantation (DHT) along with Dr Arika Bansal. His extensive research in the field of hair transplantation and use of the latest technology has helped him achieve great milestones in the field. He recently published a book with Dr Arika Bansal on hair transplant for both doctors and patients named as “Step by Step Hair Transplantation”. You can afford a cheap hair transplant surgery! But can you afford an experienced physician to fix your cheap hair transplant surgery? Do it once, do it right! These in-person appointments are excellent opportunities for any individual seeking first-hand knowledge about hair transplantation. Reserve an appointment by emailing info@eugenix.in or WhatsApp: +91-8826471111 to contact the Eugenix Hair Sciences patient care staff.
  22. Hi @Noel I have to admit that @Gasthoerer and @1978matt are right, Turkey has thousands of HT Clinics some people call “Turkish Hairmills” and from what I found from my research, in the whole of Turkey there are only 3 Doctors doing the whole surgery themselves with a lot of patients posting amazing results: Keser (3,5€/graft), Kaan (2.15€/graft) and HLC Ankara (2.7€/graft). Keser seemed to be more focused on small surgeries and perfectly designed hairlines using very few grafts to achieve mind blowing results but he was out of my budget. HLC Ankara is the best clinic in Turkey they have a steady flow of great results with FUE and BHT but you don’t know which Doctors is doing the surgery and they have several doctors. Also, their top Doctor, Akin, seems to be MIA since August and Dr. Ozgur is not doing surgeries. Dr. Kaan also has a lot of great results (most of them on the Italian forum just like HLC). He gained his experience from working with Keser and HLC (mostly HLC) and charged me less, so no brainer, I went with him. If I was on a very tight budget I might have went with Dr. Demirsoy (1.25€/graft) or Dr. Arika at Eugenix (this month prices went up from 1.3€/graft to 1.8€/graft with tax) but both these Doctors have a different approach (not the Doctor doing the whole surgery nor do they perform DHI or stick&place). However, what matters is the results the Doctor can achieve and these two are getting good results. Dr. Arika and Dr. Sethi at Eugenix are regarded as the world’s best for FUE mega sessions. Check @paddyirishman results thread about his great experience with Eugenix. I advise you to research here and on the other forums Spanish, Italian and Turkish Feel free to PM me if you want more information.
  23. @Macca1972 I researched Turkey extensively before booking my surgery with Dr. Kaan Pekiner. I asked for many quotes to Doctors and clinics where the doctor does the whole surgery: HLC Ankara (2.7€/graft), Keser (3.5€/graft) and Pekiner (2.15€/graft€). Keser seemed to be more focused on small surgeries and perfectly designed hairlines using very few grafts to achieve mind blowing results but he was out of my budget. HLC Ankara is the best clinic in Turkey they have a steady flow of great results with FUE and BHT but you don’t know which Doctors is doing the surgery and they have several doctors. Also, their top Doctor, Akin, seems to be MIA since August and Dr. Ozgur is not doing surgeries. Dr. Kaan also has a lot of great results (most of them on the Italian forum just like HLC). He gained his experience from working with Keser and HLC (mostly HLC) and charged me less, so no brainer, I went with him. If I was on a very tight budget I might have went with Dr. Demirsoy (1.25€/graft) or Dr. Arika at Eugenix (this month prices went up from 1.3€/graft to 1.8€/graft with tax) but both these Doctors have a different approach (not the Doctor doing the whole surgery nor do they perform DHI or stick&place). However, what matters is the results the Doctor can achieve and these two are getting good results. That being said, Dr. Arika and Dr. Sethi at Eugenix are regarded as the world’s best for FUE mega sessions so anyone with a bald NW6 or more should really consider them as the top choice. Check @paddyirishman results thread about his great experience with Eugenix. @1978matt and @Melvin-Moderator do you know the prices Laorwong and Path are charging per graft? Even though the Italian forum seems to censor I would still advise @Macca1972 to to do his research here and on the other Spanish, Italian and Turkish forums. Feel free to PM me if you want more information. Cheers!
  24. Hi All, I've been through Day 1 of my 2 day HT with Eugenix. Dr. Sethi drew the hairline for me, and, I was happy with his proposal. We had a good 15 min chat on life in general, which made me get over the nervousness Photos were taken and then hair trimming was done by Dr. Sethi and he marked out the donor area. He recommended 2000 grafts for the frontal area and 1000 for the crown. Dr. Shirish injected the local anaesthesia and PRP. Dr. Bansal made the slits for the crown and most of the frontal area, and, the hair line slits were done by Dr. Sethi. There was a break for lunch of around 30mins. After lunch, extraction was done by Dr. Bansal. With their DHT technique, the grafts were being prepared as it was extracted and was planted by their technicians, with Dr. Shirish occasionally overseeing them. A total of 1800 grafts have been implanted today. Remaining 1200 to cover one side of the front and the singles for the frontal hair line will be extracted and implanted tomorrow. Overall, it has been good so far, with doctors and technicians regularly asking if I was in pain and administering local anaesthesia as and when required. I've attached couple of pics of the hairline. I'll post more pics tomorrow once the full HT is complete. Any feedback would be welcome.
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