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  1. I think that OP turned this topic from the topic "the best clinic for $ 5 FUE" into the topic "moral aspects of HT business", economics vs aesthetics, etc., etc. , instead of thread about looking for a right clinic. I suggest about such topic, the moral aspects of HT business, etc. to open a new topic where you will write about it, otherwise this your thread will lose its meaning and will be useless to a new member on HRN in search for an answer to the same question. So accordingly, we stick to the topic. (BTW, my opinion on this story of fair atitude, regardin of Eugenix prices in India vs the population of India vs the rest of the world, we need understand that this is "cosmetic surgery" and that no one is doing this because his health, functioning is endangered, but purely because of his personal desire for the aesthetics of your hair, and because hair means a lot to someone, and tomorrow if we come to the question that we have a disease such as liver cancer, we would gladly give up this HT surgery and opt for liver surgery. So the story of creating prices in India or anywhere is simply useless because it is a free market, and everyone creates prices as they wish, and it is up to clients to find the right one according to their capabilities, because this is a business, not a charity and moralists, even when it comes to human health medicine, surgeries in some heart-type, at some countries, USA, TR, AT are very expensive, but when a man has to, pay for it, he manges it, it's just not fair, I agree, but what is fair in today's world of capitalism, when everything is related to finance-materialism, including health, cosmetic surgery, etc. , and India is which very big pupulation 1.5 billions, and sure there is many people who can pay Eugenix - 2.8e) And now back to the topic, the right way to search for a clinic is the personal experiences of members of this forum or others, as members here post own threads, based on own experiences, use button SEARCH at the TOP, enter name of doctors you want and check 1 by 1 and compare, take a list of recommended, concentrate on a couple of doctors, and review their dozen patients - threads on this and other forums, where progress is monitored up to 12 months, and where the best cases are not selected like clinics post in public on social networks, YT, INST, FB and where on these networks "there is no" bad case, and thus create a more realistic picture of the choice of doctor. And as someone said here, the difference between the recommended and the hair mill is that at the recommended clinics will not find many cases that have destroyed the donor area. In any case, good luck with the search, in my humble opinion, Dr. Feriduni, Bisanga, Lorenzo are some of the best in FUE, there are also Freitas, Ferreira, and yet Eugenix is known as someone who solves cases with a weak donor area and max. efficient use of the number of grafts, and for the crown are very well known, so among them to choose someone will be ok for sure, because they are all in the range of 2 to 5e.
  2. Hello everyone! Firstly, I would like to point out that I'm so glad that I found this forum 😊 I've been lurking for quite a while here and read ton of posts. I finally decided to create my own topic and ask you guys for some advices. About me: I'm 25 years old (soon 26). Since I was 20 years old I have been told by that my hair is thin and that I'm balding. I just kept ignoring it and my hair didn't change at all or atleast it didn't change too much (I think so, not sure though). I had thin hair since I remember. Family history: My dad is 61 and still has nice hair. I got same receding hairline like him and have been told by hairdresser that we got pretty alike hair, but I doubt it. He has thick black/grey hair and he started seeing grey hair when he was about 20. My maternal grandfather always had nice hair. My mom and my maternal grandmother both have thin hair. I got very similiar hair to my mom. So my guess is that I inherited hair from my mom. Medicaments/disorders: Half year ago I went to the best trychologist in my country (atleast from my research it turned out that she was the best). I was diagnosed with male pattern baldness and got prescribed oral minox and 1mg fin. In my opinion my hair didn't change too much on fin, but when I visited hair last week, I have been told that she can see some improvement and told me to keep taking those meds. I also have been told that I'm Norwood 1 and my baldness pattern is more alike to female pattern baldness (which kind of confirms my theory that I inherited my mom's hair). I also got high TSH levels. Photos/hair: I have attached all photos below. My balding pattern is best visible in good light (photo: top scalp1). Questions: Firstly, apologizes for prolonged introduction. I wanted to give you guys as much information as I could. Now finally getting to meritum: I'm planning to get hair transplant in december/january. My top 1 surgeon is Dr. Bicer. I was also thinking about Dr.Feriduni. Of course I'm still open to other surgeons options. Can you guys advice me which surgeon would be better for my balding pattern? I have seen alike cases like mine with Dr. Bicer. I would love to get rid of my receding hairline and thicken my frontal scalp. Also, how many grafts would I need in your opinions? Best regards and thank you so much for potential responses in advance.
  3. Thank you so much for fast responses 😄 Yes, I'm from Poland. I know it might be a silly question or quite hard to answer, but between those 3 surgeons, which one would you guys pick: Dr. Bicer, Dr.Feriduni, Dr. Freitas?
  4. Firstly, welcome to the forum. I’m glad you found us. I would say you’re a Norwood 2/3. I don’t see a female pattern. It looks like typical male pattern in these photos. Now, I think you have to excellent choices. Dr. Feriduni is a Coalition surgeon, he’s viewed as an elite doctor. Dr. Bicer, is a fantastic, ethical doctor who’s an affordable option. I imagine you’re in Europe. I would also recommend Dr. Bisanga and Dr. De Freitas. Feel free to look at our full list of recommendations https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/hair-transplant-surgeons.asp?sr=HRN-MOB
  5. FUE performed on a female patient (53) with • Ludwig II-III • Donor density of 88 FU/cmÇ occipital, 80 FU/cmÇ parietal, 76 FU/cmÇ temporal • Hair diameter of ~ 52-56 microns Treatment plan Follicular Unit Extraction to rethicken the hairline and midhead section. Performed procedure FUE (January 18, 2021) Follicular Unit Extraction with 1513 FU: * 1060 double hair FU * 453 triple hair FU HGI: 2,3 Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0,9-1,0 mm). Extraction performed by WAW-system with a 0.85 mm serrated trumpet punch. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts. Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  6. Take a look at the table John posted on the previous page - anyone from Dr. Ximena Vila to Dr. Feriduni are all extremely good and it's honestly hard to argue that any one is better than the other, although I certainly have my favourites out of them. Look into them, contact the clinics and go from there.
  7. About me: Age - 29, Caucasian, NW II / IIIIn Jan 2019 I had a bad FUE transplant (1700 grafts) in Turkey at “Clinic Centre - Istanbul”. The hairline was an unnatural shape & too harsh (double/triple/quad grafts in the front lines) the density was lacking and the grafts were implanted in different directions / angles. They also suggested a much too low hairline for my age but fortunately I asked them to make it higher before even more damage would of been done.For anyone reading this who is considering getting a hair transplant I strongly suggest you research thoroughly; read multiple sources/websites of reviews, check forums and speak to at least 5 people who’ve had a HT where you’re considering. Don’t make the same mistake I and many others have. In Turkey especially there's only a very limited amount of clinics doing good transplants so you have to be extra careful there and beware of fake reviews AND patients you speak to who are happy just to have hair but don’t care about it looking natural. Where I went must of had either fake reviews or people reviewing before seeing the results (OR BOTH) as my results were TERRIBLE and the procedure was definitely not done correctly for me or many others.A few sayings for anyone who is currently suffering mentally from a bad HT: The past is always to learn, not to regret! Remember that other people don’t really care, not nearly as much as you do. No one is perfect in appearance or actions. People make mistakes. The issue is a MILLION times worst in your head than anyone else’s. Whatever is bothering you right now, will it matter to you when you are on your deathbed? If yes, do something about it. if you can’t do anything about it, stop thinking about it. MOVE ON. That being said after my research in my case a repair was possible so in my mind it was worth doing!My choice of repair surgeon - Dr.Feriduni located in Hasselt, Belgium who I booked in with November 2020I spent a lot time researching the best hair transplant surgeons not only for FUE but specifically for repairs. Some amazing HT surgeons do not frequently do repairs which I considered an important factor to be able to fix my hair as it wouldn’t be an easy job. Dr.Feriduni stood out as one of the best in this field with many similar repair cases and a great reputation on several different forums. So after assessing him against several other (20+) surgeons I decided to booked in with Dr.Feriduni (that being said he is also a very talented FUE non-repair case surgeon). After online consultation my next step was to meet for an in-person consultation in then the next day begin my surgery in Hasselt, Belgium.Proposed FixDr.Feriduni couldn’t have been more generous with his time for my consultation. Speaking from personal experience, repair case patients are more difficult because we have the trauma of the initial procedure and the worry about the results of any additional HTs. Over a few hours he answered all my questions, got a better understanding of what my aesthetic goal was so he could tell me my options and he showed me a lot of different patients he had performed on in different cases so I could decide what my best plan would be - of course with his guidance. One other thing to add about Dr.Feriduni is he’s a very witty, intelligent guy with a very friendly personality.My treatment plan was:1. Extraction of the 2/3/4 grafts in the hairline (with re-use), changing the hairline shape (I had sharp corners with a low centre) and extraction of a few grafts which were angled particularly badly from the previous HT (He ended up extracting 507 grafts).2. Create a new hairline and add more density (+ 2200 grafts). I was lucky to have plenty of donor for this and remainder for future HTs.The Procedure:The staff at the clinic were incredibly friendly and accommodating, the clinic was very clean, modern and smart. I was collected in the morning from the hotel they recommended to stay at which was very nice HasHotel - 10 mins from the clinic. You’re giving a painkiller, a drip and some sedative before the surgery begins so you feel very little.Dr.Feriduni performed the hairline extraction of the bad grafts (I should note here that all but 2 grafts Dr.Feriduni extracted were reusable which apparently is a hard task in itself). Next his assistants extracted from my donor area then Dr.Feriduni did all the incisions strategically to guarantee good results whilst another assistant counted and inspected my extracted grafts under a microscope. Finally his assistants took over to implant the hairs with Dr.Feriduni checking on them a couple times.You are offered to put the TV on whilst you lay on your front for the implantations but I opted not to so that no one was distracted. Whilst I trust they are long-time professionals who could probably perform with gunfire and whatever other sounds going on in the background I’d rather suffer a few hours or boredom to guarantee 100% focus on amazing results.The whole op took the entire day from about 9:30am to 4pm so there were long periods of uncomfortableness but it is surgery after all and I’d rather them take their time.Post-OpNight 1 - There was some initial pain but after taking their prescribed painkillers I felt ok. The donor bled as is expected first night but it was minimal, significantly less than my first HT.Swelling - Apart from on the first day immediately post op I did not suffer swelling of the face. Not sure whether it was their skilled procedure or what I did - I walked around a fair bit, I was drinking several litres of water each day and using the ice pack regularly {which Dr.Feriduni’s clinic gives you in your care bag). Most likely a combination of all factors but I was very pleased with thatWeek 1 - There were a couple queries I raised over WhatsApp in the first week which were answered promptly and it was useful to have them on hand to speak to with any questions.Day 9 - Once the scabs fell off on day 9 (this may vary person to person) I was happy with how things looked before the transplanted hair began to shed so I am very excited for the final result.In conclusion I highly rated the experience with Dr.Feriduni which was worlds apart from my first HT and I believe I’ll achieve the results I want. I’ll update this over the next few months with some results photos! I've just got to month 3 since the HT.
  8. Hi all, long time lurker with a couple of posts recently before my HT so I want to give back to the community and also start a write up here on my journey starting at Hattingen Hair, inviting everyone to follow. I will try to keep this updated in meaningful intervals with according documentation. Background, I am nearing 40 and have deliberately waited until this age to have an as good as possible estimate on how the pattern continues at higher age. I wanted to have a fair amount of already “real” bald spots filled in to avoid having to potentially deal with hair isles if I would have undergone an HT too early since it remains unkonwn what with native hair happens along the line (will it stay or also go - therefore at least per my theory the more actual bald spots to be covered the better as you have less to worry about because it hopefully stays mostly as transplanted) It was always clear to me that going bald was no option as I belong to the unfortunate group of having a round and pointy head with a rather high forehead. I did buzz cut a longer time ago but hated it and my close friends and family were luckily honest with me and confirmed it doesn't really look good. I knew once I hit the stage that I can´t really style it over it will be a HT or a hair piece. Hair piece was however not really an option as I dont believe its good to have some chemical shit glue on your skin for extended periods - no matter what the manufacturers tell you its still some chemical stuff which might find its way into your body so I will keep away from that as long as possible. I lurked and researched for close to a decade now on various message boards, checked results etc, and decided to choose Hattingen Hair as their results looked most natural & conservative to me in literally all pictures or videos you can find online. It had to be in Western Europe, Turkey was never an option for me mostly because of the travel requirement aside from other reasons. (I live in western Europe as well). While I am certainly not rich, for this decision Money was never a deciding factor for me since the best possible outcome can´t be weighed up with saving a couple of thousands - my personal view. I have to say for some reason the other top notch options in Europe (Dr. Feriduni, Dr. Mwamba etc ) just didnt speak to me in terms of hair lines so they were out but that's personal taste of looks I say they sure are also very good. Day of operation - I actually wanted to chicken out the morning of the operation, but after having a longer chat with Dr. Muresanu and another patient who was walking in foir a check up appointment also comforted me a bit so I decided to pull it through. Procedure - I don't think I have to go into much detail here as most has been written already from other Hattingen patients so try to keep this short. The clinic is brand new (they moved to a new place I think at the beginning of this year) and has a nice “artsy” touch to it. Very, very friendly technician crew, very friendly atmosphere throughout the whole procedure between the doctors and team. Lots of chatting and laughing throughout the day between the team and Mrs Dr. Muresanu who did the extractations & also did insertions together with a technician. The procedure itself was done over 2 days, rather an exhausting experience not because of surgery pain (some areas hurted a bit from the needling but that depends on how sensitive an individual is of course) but because of laying still in certain positions for longer periods. Breaks in between, would have wished for some more break. Could have asked for sure but wanted it to be over so I grinded through. I initially planned for 3500 grafts but said of course do more if you think it fits and the Donor is suitable. So it was over 4000 in the end (i think 4090 or so, waiting for the final paperwork) My crown will need some future work I know, but I am fairly tall and a lot of people wont look at my head if I am not sitting My donor is, at least per current status, very good per their view and I could easily do another 4k if needed. (4k should not be needed per Dr. Muresanu, maybe half of it in some years but who knows) Currently I have to admit I am not 100% happy with the hairline to be honest. Its ok but I am not like “woah this is cool / such a change”. However, this is partly because I did not feel “bald” before as I was covering up quite ok with my native hair. The bald spot you see in the middle pre- OP was just developing over the last year, had a very stressful time. The hairline is a bit to “receding” for me, I know I should have discussed it more thorough (of course I said I wish it a bit more filled in, not straight but a bit lower but they said that's a better ratio as it is so I just thought ok lets trust them). Completely my fault, I should have been more vocal maybe, or maybe not. I can´t judge yet how it looks in a year. I still believe though what bothered me most all the recent years - having wind or rain reveal my receding hairline - will still be present with this hairline so that's my biggest regret at least as per today that I won't be a 100% happy. I know this is a complex and others might not notice a higher receding hairline but I do somehow, I don't know why. I bothers me since my early 20s. But I hope densitiy over hairline will be the result at least. Well its like it is now, have to wait it out and do adjust if possible when if I have to undergo the 2nd HT (hopefully not too soon) I am also concerned with the - per my view - pretty visible bald spots in the donor area as I think I have seen quite some other pics where it didn't look as thin but yes I know its still early I hope there is recovery. I haven't spotted any hair on my pillow or during showering so I am not sure its really shock loss from the surrounding area. I understand,this is all some buyers remorse kicking in now but that'll pass I hope. First action, going Keto again. I did it a couple of years ago, pretty hard actually if done right (with keto stix monitoring and all) as there is so much sugar in stuff you don't expect it but doable. Slipped out of it again but I can still remember how well I felt and interestingly getting complimented on my hair quite often - there sure is a link (not surprising as cutting out processed sugar as huge inflammation source and bad carbs is overall contributing to health obviously) Overall I'm still in a rather scared mindset this was a wrong decision, probably not for the coming years but I am really not sure how this all will look in 20 years. Natural receding at higher age is fine and all, but please no hair aisles or puppet hair remaining. Not much online to be found obviously as no one who did a “new” FUE has passed their 60 / 70 years threshold yet so well lets see. But - at least this comforts me now - I think buzzing rather short and having additional bald spots filled in later could always be an option I hope. If not, hair piece it is. Lets go, will update further when it makes sense. Any questions, shoot.
  9. Here’s our full list, but definitely recommend Dr. Bisanga and Feriduni as well in Europe. Take a look and submit some virtual consultations. https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/hair-transplant-surgeons.asp?sr=HRN-MOB
  10. FUE performed on a 38-year old patient with • NW III vertex, Class P • Donor density of 92 FU/cmÇ occipital, 92 FU/cmÇ parietal, 80 FU/cmÇ temporal • Hair diameter of ~ 52-63 microns Treatment plan Follicular Unit Extraction to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and midhead section. Performed procedure FUE (November 12, 2020) Follicular Unit Extraction with 3655 FU: * 600 single hair FU * 1986 double hair FU * 1069 triple hair FU HGI: 2,1 Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0,75-0,80 mm). Extraction performed by WAW-system with a 0.85 mm serrated trumpet punch. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts. Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  11. Dear Forum, herewith I report about my hair surgery with Dr. Feriduni on 09/08/2020. A total of 3,782 follicles were placed. I hope that the report will help some of you. Of course, I am happy about comments about the pictures, which I will post regularly. 1. Why Feriduni and preliminary talks 2. Approach & Hotel 3. Step 1: Personal talk in the clinic 4. Step 2: The surgery 5. Step 3: Follow-up inspection and treatment 6. Healing process 7. Summary 1. Why Feriduni and preliminary talks I have had hair loss since I was 20 years old. Now, with 31, it became then sometime too much for me and I have dealt intensively with the topic hair transplantation. Five months passed between the initial decision to have a surgery and the actual surgery appointment - so it went relatively quickly. I started by reading through many reports in forums. (That is why I am writing this report to say "Thank you! 😊) And somehow I got involved with Feriduni from the beginning. His results convinced me the most. In addition, I simply could not find a single bad result of Feriduni. There are certainly other good clinics, but as I said, I decided relatively early. As you know it from most clinics, Feriduni offers a contact form on his homepage, where you can provide pictures and ask for a possible surgery scenario. The preliminary offer sent to me was more than satisfying. So I asked for the next step, what a personal conversation with Feriduni was. Due to Corona, however, this was a zoom meeting. But here Feriduni gained my complete trust through his professional, empathic and optimistic manner and I absolutely wanted to have a hair surgery. So I picked a free surgery appointment, took two weeks vacation and booked everything. Although my anticipation increased, the biggest uncertainty was that Feriduni could never "examine" me personally, but only via a webcam. Well, no risk no fun. 2. Approach & Hotel The cheapest and fastest way to get there was a flight to Düsseldorf and from there I took a rental car to Hasselt (about 1.5 hours by car). In Hasselt I stayed at the HasHotel, which offers special conditions for Feriduni patients. I can absolutely recommend the HasHotel. But make sure that you stay in the newly built building complex. The rooms are huge, modern and stylish. Costs for flights, rental car, fuel, hotel: approx. 900€ However, these are the costs for two people, because my girlfriend accompanied me and I covered all the costs. If I would have travelled alone the costs would have been reduced by about 350€. 3. Step 1: Personal talk in the clinic The day before the operation I went to the clinic for the first time and had a personal conversation with Dr. Feriduni. There we went through all data & facts of the preliminary talk again and my head was measured for the first time (dimensions & donor analysis). I was attested that I am a very good candidate for hair surgery. However, since my hair loss is not yet complete, I have to be prepared for one, if not two more surgeries in the course of my life. However, I knew this before or after my zoom meeting. But my donor gives away 13,000 follicles, which according to Feriduni is far above average. I was lucky. The last thing he did was to draw the hair line. Feriduni asked me constantly about my wishes, but finally I gave him a free hand. In principle, he considers everything for the hairline: the number of grafts in the donor for further operations; the general shape of the face as well as personal wishes. When the hairline was finished and I was more than satisfied, Feriduni asked me if I could just leave the hairline on until the next day. Normally, the line is drawn again on the day of the surgery, but Feriduni said that he could not make it better. And we would save time on the day of the operation itself. So I agreed and I walked around the rest of the day with a line on my head. 😊 For tomorrow's surgery 3,500 grafts are planned. But I was also told that the need for grafts during surgery may change again. 4. Step 2: The surgery At 7:30 a.m. I was picked up at the HasHotel by a cab at Feriduni's expense. Once I arrived at the clinic, I was assigned a personal room where I could change my clothes. They explained to me briefly what was going to happen today and then it already started. The first thing they did was to shave my hair. A short look in the mirror afterwards and I thought to myself: "Damn, looks actually quite good with 1mm. " Anyway, I am happy anyway. I then sat down on the operating chair and the anesthetic syringes were given to me. Absolutely painless. It was almost more painful to place the cannula in the crook of my arm for the saline solution. The anesthesia worked after a few seconds and I had to turn around to remove the grafts. This was by far the most strenuous part for me as a patient. For about 4 hours I lay on the operating table on my stomach and was not allowed to move. In the beginning it is all easy, but after a few hours you tense up and you feel an incredible pressure on your lungs. But you knew what you were getting into. So everything is not that bad. The removal of the grafts was done with two surgical aids and a third surgical aid, which took care of the counting. A total of 3,670 grafts were removed in this step. Dr. Feriduni then placed the slices. From now on I sat comfortably in the operating chair. I was offered to watch Netflix, which I did for a few minutes. But then I switched the television off again. Somehow I didn't feel like it at all and I think the sedative I was given kicked in slowly and I started relaxing and dozing. The grafts are placed all over the front area, so even where I still had hair. Dr. Feriduni said that these hairs will support the look at first, but if they fall out over time, I will still have a natural look. Next, the surgical aids put the grafts that were initially removed back into the slices that were placed right before. All unspectacular. You just sit there and do nothing but wait. You can't see what is happening up there. When all the grafts were placed, Dr. Feriduni decided after the checkup that he needed another 120 grafts. So I went through all the steps mentioned above again in a quick run until the desired final result was achieved. The whole operation took about eight hours. Dr. Feriduni said that 3,782 grafts for one day is a lot and that this does not happen too often in the clinic. This is also due to the fact that we worked through without any complications and without a break. (A break was offered to me, but I declined with thanks). The surgical nurses and Dr. Feriduni himself were very enthusiastic about my results. Of course, one cannot say whether they say this to every patient or whether it was really true. In any case, I did not have the impression that anything was being played to me. According to my unprofessional opinion, I am quite satisfied after the operation. Then post-op pictures were taken and I was finally allowed to take a cab back to the hotel, exhausted but happy at Feriduni's expense. 5. Step 3: Follow-up inspection and treatment The next day I went back to the clinic for a follow-up check and for washing. This was all done by a surgical aid. Unfortunately, I scratched my head the first night, so I lost exactly one follicle. Well, one follicle is bearable I think. But with that I was sensitized that I have to be very careful. That's why from now on I "tied myself up" with a bathrobe belt at night to avoid touching my transplanted grafts again unintentionally. Apart from that I was confirmed that everything looks very good. Then it was explained to me again in detail how I should use the care products that I received. This included a spray to be applied regularly, a lotion to soften the crusts and an oil against itching in the donor area. Also included was a shampoo for the first time and a cooling pad for the swellings. Medications were also included, which were used up after about two weeks. I also got an app for my cell phone, which shows me how to take care of my hair every day. Very helpful. In addition, the app uses a traffic light system to show what is prohibited and what is allowed (sleeping horizontally, sports, sex, headgear, etc.). Afterwards I started my return journey. By the way, completely without headgear. It was more important to me not to cause any damage than to be looked at in a strange way. But the latter actually did not happen. 6. Healing process - Day 0: No pain. Just a great feeling of pressure around the head. I took a painkiller pro forma to get a good night's sleep. - Day 1: Apart from the not painful but strange feeling of pressure on my head, I don't notice anything at all. - Day 13: I remove the complete crust after soaking my head in cling film with lotion half an hour before. The redness at the transplanted area is really limited. That was my biggest worry. - Day 14: It feels like everything has healed. From now on I only feel numbness in the transplanted area, but this is gradually diminishing. But even today (day 35) I still feel numbness. - Day 15: Tomorrow I will go to work again. After consultation with Dr. Feriduni, I may carefully trim my hair in the donor and reception area to 1mm with a hair clipper. This is what I have done. I actually like the look on 1mm quite well. Until today I wear my hair on 1mm. So far no one has noticed that I had a hair transplant. In principle, this would not have been bad, but of course it's quite pleasant if you don't notice it at work at all. Everyone just thought that I shaved my hair off. My plan now is to wear my hair on 1mm six months postoperatively and let it grow from then on. 7. Summary I am completely satisfied with how everything went. Of course I can't make any comparisons, but I don't know what should have gone differently or better. And since I'm only 1 month post-op, I can't say anything about how satisfied I am with the final result. But I am carefully optimistic. Many thanks to Dr. Feriduni and his whole team! If the result should be good, I will have my further operations performed by Dr. Feriduni without much consideration. Dr. Feriduni and his team act very professionally. It should be said that Dr. Feriduni is of course the boss in his clinic, but he acts at eye level with his assistants. Some of them have been doing the job for over 20 years and I have always felt that I was in good hands. For me it didn't matter at all that Feriduni didn't do everything himself. (Which wouldn't have been possible anyway with this number of grafts). Attached you'll find picture pre op, post op, 7 days post op, 10 days post op and 14 days post op. I will keep you updated.
  12. Hello Mdc2021, Portugal25 gave you table of really good doctors with very important informations about them. Before my repair HT I spoke with almost all these clinics and doctors (except Dr. Demirsoy, Dr. Bicem, Dr. Maras, Dr. Nedimi and Feller&Bloxham). For me first league are Dr. Couto, Dr. De Freitas, Dr. Lorenzo, Dr. Konior, Dr. Feriduni, Dr. Bisanga, Hasson&Wong and HLC. Best newcomers are Dr. Ferreira and Dra. Vila. It depends how much money do you want to spend and how far do you want to travel. But remember. You (and everyone) have limited donor area. More important than money are grafts. Also estimated number of grafts in your case (3000+) are too many. Rather choose more expensive doctor who needs less number of grafts to achieve optimal result than cheaper who needs more grafts. If I went to the first operation and considered the money, I would choose Dr. De Freitas in Valencia (also Barcelona), Spain. I suppose you have good flight connection from Denmark to Spain. 3,50 eur for first 1000 grafts, 2,50 eur for every next graft, hotel included. If you want to the best, then Dr. Couto. But he doesn´t take new patients now. And if you consider Asmed, please check my story:
  13. @JohnAC71 ok I will do it in the next time. I had my HT 4,5 month ago, I will wait till 6 month and then post it. I‘m already in contact with Dr. Feriduni and other clinics. I hope they can fix my problem.
  14. Dear All, I would like to share my experience at the BHR Clinic Brussels. Below my details & caracteristics: - Male- 29 yo- Norwood 3- Treatment Minoxidil (pills) & Saw Palmetto- Density of the donor area - 80/85 cm²- Estimation of the donor capacity 8000 I live in Belgium hence I only had physical consultations with Dr. Lupanzula, Dr. Feriduni & Dr. Bisanga. The 3 of them are in my opinion talented and gifted surgeons. I opted for Dr. B as I had a pretty good feeling with him, we were completely in line with the approach and strategy. A big plus, the clinic is literally 2 kms away from my home. We agreed on recreating the hairline and filling the tempels with an estimation of 1800-2200 grafts. Seen the current circumstances and the fact that I have to work from home this was the ideal time to have the surgery. He had some open slots left still this year so I opted for the 23/11/20. The day of surgery It has already been well explained on the forum how professional Dr B and his crew are, I will quickly go through it. So we had a quick review of the design, we than fully shaved the head and went to the operating room. The injections were the most painful part of the exercise but only lasted for about 5-10 minutes. Dr. B perfoms all the punching and the technicians do the extractions. Secondly Dr B takes care of all the incisions and the technicians the implementation of the grafts. At the end of the surgery I had a little surprise, all the incisions were not filled so we started over and he extracted an additional 150 grafts. I have to say he was a real gentleman on that as those grafts were free of charge. Then finally we went over the rules/recommandations and products I should be using to have an optimal recovery Below the breakdown of the grafts:- 1 FU = 435- 2 FU = 779- 3 FU = 843- 4 FU = 293 . Enjoy the reading, Babou
  15. Great transformation. Is it possible that you can show us a close up of the hairline with your hair slicked back and wet? I am considering do get it done by Dr. Feriduni, but I haven't seen any closeups of the hairline.
  16. Please rule out the hair mills you mentioned, Cinik and Cosmedica who are tech based clinics as opposed to a skilled Dr. You could consider HDC, the rep is on the forum @Doron Haratithat would be approx €2 per graft. Tons of results and named Drs. So many other options, if your considering Turkey you could consult with the usual proven names - Dr Bicer, Dr Pekiner & Dr Keser. Affordable Drs without dipping in to hair mill territory are Dr Demirsoy and Dr Yaman. European options are Dr Bisanga, Dr Pinto, Dr Feriduni, Dr Ferreira, Dr Vila, Dr Freitas, Dr Couto and Dr Lapunzula. @DrTBarghouthiVerTex clinic is doing some really good work also.
  17. To echo the above posters, go to Dr. Nel or Blackrock Clinic in Dublin and get an estimate of your hair calibre/donor but don't, whatever you do, go to an Irish clinic for a transplant. Blackrock Clinic, despite being one of the most expensive clinics in the world, consistently produces mediocre and sub-par results; Dr. Nel is not much better (and he starts at €8k). For that price you can go to Bisanga/Feriduni in Belgium and get world-class results.
  18. Ah ok, I get you man. I can empathise as I am a year younger than you and facing a similar problem! You're well within your rights to get a HT done then in my opinion - if its bothering you a lot then its bothering you a lot, and you're at the age where you're not too young anymore. The only thing I would say to you is hold off for a while until you've been on fin for a good amount of time, it's good you've taken the step to start it, but you need to take this indefinitely for things to work out well. I can see you're aware of this as you said forever in your post, and you are correct, either forever or until something else comes out. I'm just all too aware that lots of people take it for a while, get a HT and then stop for whatever reason. In my opinion, you really need it. Your hair is quite good still at the moment, but your crown is opening up, so I do see you probably being destined to get to a higher NW level if you do nothing, and it probably won't take that long if that's the result of you only balding for the past 2 years. So, what I'm saying is, as long as you're committed to meds and aren't going to think its all sweet once you've had your HT and stop taking them, you'll be ok and I think you can go ahead. As for your clinics, if you're somewhat stretched on price, look more towards Europe, but forget Turkey for the most part. The best clinics there are HLC, Pekiner and Kesser. Honorable mentions would be Bicer and Demisroy, they're cheaper options but still do decent work and are the lowest I would go, anything else and you're risking things big time. I'm booked in with Dr. Bruno Pinto of Portugal myself for a few months time, him, Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Rafael De Freitas, Dr. Bruno Ferreira, Dr. Ximena Vila, Dr Lupanzula and Dr. Feriduni are my personal favourites in Europe. All great Dr's.
  19. Yeah, your donor and hair characteristics are really good from what I can see. Crown is on its way out though. To be completely honest, I don't think it will have much if any hair left in it by the time you reach your mid 30's. Unless you take meds that is, then you will potentially be able to re-grow it back to a normal thickness and keep it that way for decades. You really should consider it. Read the actual studies, sides are rare, but do exist and go away upon discontinuation according to every placebo controlled study ever carried out on the drug, and according to all medical literature published on the subject. There's really no reason to be scared to at least give it a go in reality. Dr. Lorenzo's website has some good concise information on scientific data relating to finasteride side effects, good place to start and then broaden your understanding by studying other credible sources of info and reading the actual studies in depth - just find the finasteride section here: https://injertocapilar.com/faqs/?lang=en Good attitude budget wise. I'll put it this way, Europe and North America are the two hubs of quality hair transplantation. Both have a small number of doctors who are all very good and offer similar levels of skill and quality, but in general European Dr's are going to be around half the price for the same level of skill. So, whilst it's perfectly reasonable to stay in the U.S., you can get the same level of results for half the cost in Europe. My favourite European Dr's: Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Feriduni, Dr. Lupanzula, Dr. Bruno Pinto, Dr. Rafael De Freitas, Dr. Ximena Vila, Dr. Juan Couto and Dr. Bruno Ferreira. U.S./Canada: Dr. Konior, Hasson and Wong, Dr. Cooley, Dr. Shapiro, Dr. Rahal, True and Dorin (there are more but I'm in the UK so I don't keep too much track of them, others will be of more help for additional options). Do some research and take a look into them.
  20. Dear Forum! I would like to kindly ask you for support in choosing my doctor. I have already done intensive research here and in other forums and have already had contact with the classic "top providers" in Europe ranging from Belgium, to Turkey and Switzerland. Now I would like to go into the final selection round and ask for your input. A really "bad" doctor/clinic should hopefully no longer be there - but since there are partly massive differences between the doctors both in approach and price, I would be very happy about your comments! I am of course not looking for the cheapest provider but for an appropriate mix. I have already asked in the German Forum for advice so there you'll also find the status from about a year ago (https://www.alopezie.de/foren/transplant/index.php/m/150008/#msg_150008) (relatively stable I would say - but you are the professionals). About my person: Age: 31-32 Current hair status according to the Hamilton-Norwood scale: NW 3 "Vortex" by my estimation. Planned budget: Gladly under 12k EUR, but is not an absolutely hard criterion "if it must be". Hair status in family (parents/grandparents): Paternal: father at about 55 yrs at NW 4+ (but semi-stable there), grandfather deceased at an early age. Maternal: grandfather until death sufficient hair - towards the end with 80+ naturally thinned out Hairloss progression (fast/slow?): Difficult - I've been using Min/Fin since I was 20 (every now and then discontinued and restarted) - the hairloss has thus progressed gradually, but I would say it has progressed reasonably slowly (also due to Fin/Minox). Hairloss stopped?: From my point of view no - slowly progressing Medication (therapy attempts/successes/current medication): 1x tgl. Minox 5% foam ("Regaine") - I will now increase to 2x tgl. 1x tgl. 0,5MG FInasterid ( half a tablet Propecia) in the evening - if necessary I could increase the dose of course. Since family planning has not yet been completed (or started at all), it is also possible that I will have to discontinue it in a few years for the purpose of having children. Are there already certain hair surgeons/clinics on the shortlist?: Yes - see below at the end of the post. Previous hair transplants, if any (year? hair surgeon?): No Preferred treatment method (FUE/FUT?): The best possible treatment method is preferred - assume in my case that would be FUE. About clinics / doctors: As I said I am in contact with some good providers, I would almost go as far as to say "the usual suspects". I don't think any of the providers is a fundamental mistake, however, there are partly significant differences in approaches, methods and finally also in price. Specifically, I am looking for your opinions and would be very (really very!) happy for your encouragement and input. HLC (Hairline Clinic Ankara): The estimate of FUs is: hairline about 2,200 - 2,600 FUs or for the crown/upper head 1,000 - 1,500 FUs. Manual harvesting - FUE Lupanzula (Belgium): The estimation of FUs is: hairline 2,000 - 2,300 FUs or crown/upper head: 1,000 - 1,200 FUs. Partly manual/partly micromotor - FUE Bicer (TR): Hairline 2,000 FUs or crown/upper head: 1,500. Micromotor FUE Hattingen (CH): Hairline: Here the initial information is not to do anything further (because hairline still intact and to leave reserves) and/or crown/upper head: 1,500 - 2,000 FUs. Feriduni (BE): Hairline 1,800 - 2,400 FUs or crown/upper head: Dr. Feriduni does not want to do anything here to leave reserves. By far the most expensive provider Bisanga (BE): Hairline/GHEs: 2,000 - 2,300 FUs or crown/upper head: 2,000 FUs - Very price intensive offer (expensive). Initial impression: Feriduni & Hattingen (although the highly professional contact and good impression) I would rather sort out because either hairline or top of head would not be treated, and that would make me in the long term I guess not really happy because I would always "complain" when I look in the mirror. My gut feeling currently goes in the direction of HLC (TR) or Lupanzula (BE) leaning ever so slightly to HLC - but as I said would be very happy to hear your opinion. Again, all the contacts have been super professional, friendly and re-assuring so nothing negative to mention here. Specifically, then: Am I doing something wrong with named vendors? Am I specifically doing something wrong with HLC, Lupanzula or Bicer? Manual (HLC) vs. micromotor (Lupanzula / Bicer) - quo vadis? How do you evaluate the statements of Feriduni / Hattingen, which recommend to do only GHE or crown (interestingly, the other way around)? How would you judge the donor area based on the picture? How many FUs does it approx. give from your opinion? Which of the doctors would you choose? Initial information from De Reyes and Ferreira will follow - de Freitas unfortunately needs more than 2 months for initial feedback. Thanks a lot!
  21. I agree with JayLDD 3,000 grafts seems excessive. I do believe broadening your pool of surgeons would be beneficial. I do believe Dr. BF is good, but definitely get more than one opinion. Talk to Dr. Bisanga and Dr. Feriduni, if you’re in the UK definitely reach out to Dr. Reddy.
  22. Thanks for your respons guys. I'll attach a picture on my donor area. As you can see its partly over harvested, whereas the lower part isn't even touched. Dr Ferreira seems like a very good and careful surgeon. However I was also thinking that 3000 grafts sounded pretty much. I wanted to confirm that it wasnt only me who made that conclusion. I did mentioned in my consultation request though that if there was any grafts left in my donor area, I'd be happy to also make the crown more dense (as you can see on picture below its thinning on crown as well). I now noticed that Bruno actually wrote this in his very long and thoroughly consultation response: "We could, for example, remove the worse grafts from the hairline and implant them in the midscalp or frontal third, extract from the donor in the areas that have the most density to help even it out and consider using beard hair to further improve the density in the midscalp. We will also need to rebuild those temple peaks." I suppose maybe the extra grafts Bruno thinks will be needed is because he's the only one of the surgeons Ive spoken to who considering filling the crown? Anyhow, I'll ask Dr Ferreira about where he thinks the grats will go. I consulted with the Bisanga-team who said that they needed to see me in person before making any statement, but that they problably would be able to make it look much better. HLC stated that they didnt recommend to remove already transplanted hair. Then they concluded that they could get about 1000-1400 from my donor area. They recommended to use those grafts to make the hair line more dense. I also spoke to Dr. Lupanzula who said about 1000 grafts, with out temple points, by lowering the hair line a couple of m.m. or removing and re-transplanting grafts (would result in about the same amount of grafts), plus around 300 for temple points (not sure if its 300 per side, or 300 in total, but I think 600 in total). Mwamba said that about 1300-1900 grafts would be needed. His plan was to lowering the hair line on both sides, make the middle more dense and rebuild temple points. I didnt get any answer from Dr Feriduni-team even though I emailed them a couple of times. Just got the answer "we're working on it". Sended in my consultation request about 10 months ago now. HDC-clinic didnt think it was worth the risk of making it look worse, they therefore adviced me not to do anything at all. Dr Keser didnt want to do anything either. Didnt speak to De Freitas, but he is abit pricier as I understand? I heard waiting time for surgery is very long too? Might be wrong though? Does anybody know? Regarding lowering the hair line, I would very much like to avoid that. In fact, I think the hair line is to low as it is now already, way lower than what it was before I started to lose hair, I hardly recognise myself... In fact, my plan is rather to raise the hair line a little, by removing a couple hundred grafts (I know it will leave smal scars, but I'm ok with that). Regarding the temple points I would like to rebuild those mainly because the outer layer consists of very light blonde baby hair. My hair line used to consist of the same type of blonde baby hair which made the face look very natural and balanced. Now, whith the transplanted darker hair and prominent har line mixed with the not so prominent temple points, it looks kinda strange, specially from in front, my forehead looks much wider than before (se picture below). I will however take your advice into consideration, thank you. I could just do the temple point in the future, after all. On the other hand, I would really much like if this could be my last hair transplant. The reason for doing 2 procedures is for trying to avoid not being overly aggressive which would only cause more scarring. The first one will consist of remove the worse grafts from the hairline and implant them in the midscalp or frontal third. Then the skin needs to heal whereas the second procedure will be the construction of hairline etc. The 3rd one might not be neccecary. Its just a "back up" to do eventual smal adjustment/fill-ins.
  23. good morning everyone, 4 years ago I had a beard transplant with indecent results. Double and triple hair, and donor with visible scars. 2500 follicular units. I think I will repair it at Feriduni, Bisanga, or Mwamba, with a donor restocking and extraction of the plugs. I have already booked a visit to Dr. Feriduni, in November 2021. I think I'm a good candidate, I have a lot of hair on my chest and beard under my face. I have another question. my donor scars are whiter than the surrounding skin. I have a skin type 4. I have read that there are treatments which could to naturally repigment a depigmented scar. For example: - laser fraxel restore, it seems that it can give good results; - microneedling with tyrosine solution (Dr. Novick) - UVB laser, excimer laser (in practice, the laser used for vitiligo) - Relume treatment - melanocyte transplant does anyone have any info about it? are they viable solutions for those with fue scars? thank you.
  24. FUE and extractions performed on a 46-year old Caucasian male with • 1 FUT (2013) and 2 FUE ex domo • NW V-IV • Donor density of 84 FU/cmÇ occipital, 76 FU/cmÇ parietal, 76 FU/cmÇ temporal • Hair diameter of ~ 56-64 microns Treatment plan Extraction of wrong-placed, wrong-directed and wrong-angulated FU in the frontal hairline and in the crown area. Follicular Unit Extraction to repair and attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the crown area. Extraction of pluggy FU in the hairline and midhead section. Performed procedures 1. Extraction of 301 FU (November 29, 2016) In 2017, the patient underwent a FUE with about 2000 FU ex domo to restore the hairline (we advised to have the treatment in another professional clinic since we could not offer a surgery date anymore that year) 2. Extraction of 130 FU (May 29, 2018) 3. FUE (April 5, 2019) Follicular Unit Extraction with 2153 FU: * 233 single hair FU * 1253 double hair FU * 642 triple and quadruple hair FU HGI: 2,1 4. Extraction of 48 FU (August 24, 2020) Full case on https://www.feriduni.com/en/results/repair Dr. Bijan Feriduni
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