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  1. FUE performed on 36-year old Caucasian male with • Type Norwood II • Donor density of 80 occipital and 76 temporal FU/cm? • Hair diameter of ~64-72 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and add more density. Performed procedure (January 16th, 2017) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2035 FU * 489 single hair FU * 528 double hair FU * 1018 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.9 mm). Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  2. Thanks for replying. Dr. Koray Erdogan replied to my consultation and he says that the hair on the crown is miniaturised. He recommends that I get surgery on the front (hairline and front side) because if I get HT on all the upper side (among my native hairs) the shock could be important for the native hairs that he believes are weak. I will send better photos of that area because they don't look that bad close enough, just to be sure. Has anyone received similar advice from this or any other doctor? EDIT: This doctor after seeing my photos think that I'd need 2800-3300. EDIT 2: I have contacted Diep and Feriduni as well, waiting for replies.
  3. Clooney has just great hair and no transplant. It just appears that way, cause he shaved his hairline in ER (Simliar to V. Karheiser in Mad Men). Therefore, you will never reach his status even with the best clinic. If you have minmal loss, only looking for the hairline and you have great hair/skin characteristics you can get a great, natural result. You should go to a clinic with specializes on that and dr. doing most of the work) My favorits for such cases: - Konoir (he is above the others for such a case and would be my choice but waiting list and prices are insane) - Couto - Keser - HLC - Kaan (reltively unkown as he is not long independent but much cheaper than the rest) - Lupanzula From the clinics with a more technician based approach, who still do great hairline work I like: - Rahal - Feriduni The latter one would be on top of my list also for bigger cases. For Rahal I would prefer FUT in case of bigger areas.
  4. Hi Asgard, First, it seems as if you have some permanent shock loss around your FUT scar. Second, you seem to also have significant retrograde alopecia in the back, and above the ears forward to the temple points. This is not uncommon and you see a lot of men with MPB who also have retrograde alopecia but it does unfortunately limit the permanent donor zone and may affect the growth yield of your HT. The only way to ascertain if you have DUPA is by seeing a dermatologist and/or an ethical HT Doctor who will check for miniaturization in the donor zone. Did Dr. Devroye notice any signs of DUPA when you saw him in 2014? Did he check for miniaturization in the donor zone? I would consult with a reputable doctor first before moving forward with any SMP treatment. Have you considered setting up an appointment with Dr. Bisanga or Dr. Feriduni in Belgium? Good luck.
  5. In 2017, I travelled to Madrid and underwent an FUE hair transplant with Dr Lorenzo. A year has passed and I wanted to document my progress and help guide anyone else considering the Injertocapilar Clinic, or an FUE transplant in general. — I never knew I was losing my hair until it was too late. My rate of hair loss was gradual. There were no hairs on my pillow or in the plughole. Since I had a high hairline, I failed to properly recognize the degree of recession that was occurring. However, by my mid-thirties, my hair loss was becoming noticeable and I was not entirely happy with my appearance. Sometime around 2015, a friend took some photographs of my scalp and I was shocked to find that I was sporting the kind of thinning hair that I imagined I might have as an old man. 

 My hairline was high up on my head and my crown had started to open up. As a spunky guy in my mid-thirties, I was not ready to have an aged man's head on my body. After some months of quiet anguish, I decided to do something radical and shave my head. This was surprisingly liberating. For the first time, I had control over my hair, rather than the other way round. As soon as I let the clippers do their work, I was no longer at the mercy to the whims of my scalp. I wish I had done this sooner. Hence, I’d recommend that anyone considering a hair transplant shaves their head first. Shaving is a big step to take in its own right. However, I immediately discovered that when there’s no hair on your head there’s no problem to deal with! 

A shaved head can also look (very) cool but you won’t know until you do it. Give it a try. I rocked the shaved head-look for over a year. However, I eventually decided to opt for a hair transplant: whilst I was confident with my new appearance, I wanted to recognise my face looking back in the mirror, rather than the physiognomy of a baby-faced Jason Stratham. 
I had my reasons. Several years ago, I had made it a personal mission to restore my youthfulness and vitality. My body was starting to pick up the aches and pains associated with ageing and living a sedentary lifestyle. However, I was able to turn the clock back, with a regime of calisthenics and an improved diet. I figured it would also be fun for my hair to also follow suit. Besides, I reasoned that if the transplant didn’t match my expectations, I could simply revert back to shaving my head and wearing the hell out of a suit. In this way, shaving my head actually helped me take the decision to get a transplant in the most positive of ways. Who knew? I began researching the various online forums (including this one) for suggestions on where to find a great doctor. I kept my time on the forums brief but eventually, I narrowed my search down to what I objectively considered, the top three hair surgeons. They were: 
1. Dr Feriduni (Belgium) 
 2. Dr Rahal (Canada) 3. Dr Lorenzo (Spain) I contacted each of their clinics and made online enquiries. I sent in photos of my hair and corresponded with their respective staff. Spex, who represents Dr Ferudini, was particularly helpful.

 However, Dr Lorenzo contacted me personally (on Christmas Day, no less). I appreciated this personal touch, his frank feedback and the breadth of his portfolio of work. 

 Many before me considered him the greatest hair surgeon on the planet. I figured that if I was going to get this procedure done, I’d opt for the best of the best. With a mixture of gut instinct and mental deduction, I chose Dr Lorenzo. (NB. There was not much difference in quotes given by all three. I paid in several instalments and I believe the total was around 12-13K Euros) It is a big decision to fly to another country and undergo a hair procedure. Personally, numerous objections in my mind came up, such as: ‘You’re already happy, surely this hair procedure only serves your ego?’ ‘The procedure is expensive, wouldn’t you rather spend that on a holiday?’ ‘Do you want to be taking Finasteride for the rest of your life?’ I decided I have a whole lifetime to make more money and that getting a hair procedure was more to do something good and nice for myself. However, the thought of taking meds every day, admittedly, held me back.
 I view my body as my greatest asset in life and I didn’t want to be dependent on ‘popping pills’ for my cosmetic appearance. However, after researching Finasteride, I deduced that any negative side effects were pretty much short-term and fully reversible. (I read the horror stories out there too but I calculated, statistically, the risk-to-reward ratio very favourable toward a positive outcome. I'm geeky like that.) I sourced the Finasteride online (www.hairlossexperiencesshop.co.uk), which came as 5mg tablets that I divided into five smaller bits and took every day. After several months, I had happily encountered no ill effects. At this point, I decided to contact the clinic and book the procedure with Dr Lorenzo. There was a 10-month waiting list, which was frustrating in the face of my impatience but the time quickly flew by. Before I knew it, I was on an economy plane seat to Madrid. I enjoyed the city, which has a great cultural vibe and is easy to explore, via the metro system. I stayed at a nearby hotel arranged by the clinic. I met Dr Lorenzo, who speaks perfect English, for a consultation several days before my procedure.
 We had conversed online and his personal assessment was that my temporal peaks and hair line would need completely rebuilding. I also had a small gap appearing on my crown that could be filled. On close inspection of my scalp, Dr Lorenzo also noted that my donor area was excellent (hair, I think, was 53 microns) and suggested a transplant consisting of 3,500 grafts. (NB. I didn't appreciate at the time that one graft can have several hairs, so the amount of hair that was to be transplanted was much more than 3,500...) During my consultation, I asked lots of questions that I had written down and he candidly answered every one. His focus throughout my consultation was the pinnacle of professionalism and this put me instantly at ease. I left his office feeling that I was in very safe hands.
 On the day of the procedure, I arrived at the clinic very early. 
 I met Grace, a nurse from the UK who now works with Lorenzo. Grace would be on hand over the next two days to talk me through what was happening. I changed into scrubs and was given a valium. My heart rate was also taken. My head was shaved and I was asked where I would like my new hairline to be! I decided to let Dr Lorenzo draw the line on. After all, I figured he’s done this a lot more times with a pen than I have. Just as the valium started kicking in, I was lead to the room where the procedure would take place.

 Let's fast forward. What does having a hair extraction feel like?

 Well, the short answer is that it feels like having your head pricked with a cocktail stick around 1,500 times!
 The procedure began with me laying comfortably on my side whilst I let the anaesthesia take effect. Dr Lorenzo oversaw the extraction team as they began removing my hairs. He performed several extractions himself and guided the team, as required. I listened to music and even fell asleep several times. Occasionally, I’d feel an extraction, which felt like being jabbed with a sharp stick. More pain relief was promptly given. This procedure went on for about four hours. With everything considered, the whole process was actually not too bad: about as uncomfortable as flying on a budget airline plane seat for a long haul. Bearable, not terrible...with much a better lunch. After all the extractions had taken place for the day (1,500 in total) I stretched out and ate some lunch in the kitchen area of the clinic. I chatted with the extraction team and Grace, who was on hand to assist. Everyone at the clinic was very friendly. 

After a short break, it was time for my extracted hair to be implanted. What does having a hair transplant feel like?

 Again, it feels like having your head pricked with a cocktail stick...a further 1,500 times!
 Dr Lorenzo, with a Jedi-like focus, began the procedure of implanting my extracted hairs. I am usually a very chatty guy but, in this case, I had the sense not to interrupt him as he entered a flow state of concentration. It was at this moment I was supremely glad I had chosen a true expert to perform this intimate type of work –and not got it done on the cheap in a less developed country. With hindsight, I would definitely recommend a 'saving n' shaving' approach when selecting a doctor: it is worth it. Dr Lorenzo is clearly an artist as well as a surgeon and I sensed that he really took care to make sure every hair was inserted at just the right angle in just the right place. One by one he added hairs to my scalp. I listened to music and dozed off a few times. After several hours, we were done for the first day. I looked in the mirror and, for the first time in almost two decades, saw that I had hair again! It was an emotional moment to see how my entire image was being transformed. However, at this stage, my image was more akin to a whimsical Harvey Dent than a handsome Bruce Wayne: there were two distinct sides to my face: one side with hair, one without.

 Before departing the clinic for the day, I was given careful, simple instructions on how to look after my freshly transplanted hairs and driven back to my hotel. This mostly involved spraying my head with a saline solution to keep it wet. 

Despite having a head like a hairy Swiss cheese, I had a pleasant night’s sleep. I awoke the next day with light trepidation: the sleepy thought of being pricked another 3,500 times was a little disconcerting. 
Then I remembered how awesome the prospect of having hair was, which dispelled the negative feelings. At that moment, the hotel shuttle whisked me to the clinic. I arrived, met the staff and the work continued. I was prepped in the same way as the previous day, and the procedure was repeated. Poke, poke, poke! The time passed slowly. However, by the end of the day, I had hair. Bruce Wayne achievement: unlocked! My head was a smattering of red dots but the hardest part was done. That night, I slept carefully in my bed, using a pillow provided by the clinic and, again, spraying my head every few hours with the saline solution. I also took some vitamin D3 to help assist in the healing process. Before heading home the next day, I attended the clinic for an assessment and a debrief. For those interested, here are some stats from the surgery: 
Extractable Grafts: 6,924
 Actual Grafts Used: 3,501 Overall Hairs Extracted: 8,477 Total Hairs Used: 42.8% Hair/graft ratio: 2.42 Temporal: 300 grafts (2.25 hair/ graft) Parietal: 1,451 (2.41 hair/ graft) Occipital: 1,750 (2.46 hair/ graft) Single: 353 Double: 1,488 Triple: 1,497
 Quadruple: 159 Quintuple: 4 
Sextuple: 0

 The procedure had been a success and now the task was up to me to keep my head protected to ensure the optimal conditions for all the transplanted hair to grow and the donor site to heal. 
 Apparently, it takes nine days for the transplanted hairs to completely take root in their new locations. Dr Lorenzo suggested this happens even more quickly but I fixed my sights on keeping free of any potential stress for the next nine days. The initial days following the operation were quite challenging in ways I had not anticipated. My head swelled up for a few days due to the lingering aesthetic in my system. I looked like Thanos’ nephew. Happily, the comical swelling subsided and was then replaced with a bigger challenge.

 The donor area was covered in thousands of little scabs that became incredibly itchy. Of course, I was under strict instructions not to scratch. I can imagine the greatest feeling in the world would have been to have scratched those itchy bits…but…I resisted!

 However, the itchiness was so severe it descended into a mixture of pain and mental despair. It kept me awake for several days and was far more challenging than the transplant itself. Eventually, I found relief by applying cold aloe vera gel (kept in the refrigerator) to the affected area of my head, which significantly eased the sensation. After a few days, the itchy condition passed and my sanity returned. After a few weeks, with the redness of scalp starting to fade, I could enjoy my newly transplanted hair. It even started to grow! Although short, it felt great to have my hairline restored to my younger self. 
During this journey, I made a point to tell almost everyone about what I was doing. I decided that trying to hide the obvious is the same thinking that leads to comb-overs. 

 Lots of my friends were really interested in the procedure and everyone was supportive. Curiously, I think the question I got asked the most was “…how much did it cost?” After a few weeks, my transplanted hair began to fall out as I entered the so-called ‘ugly duckling’ phase. I guess no patient likes to see their new hair vanish, even temporarily, so, at this point, I decided to skip the drama and keep my hair super short, returning to my former Jason Stratham look for the next few months. However, this time around, I wasn’t able to use clippers (you have to wait five months) but I got by cutting my hair with scissors. Short hair made the process of dealing with the changes happening on my head much more manageable. However, as soon as I cut my hair short for the first time, post-op, I made a positive discovery. –There was no scarring in my donor area! I had assumed that all the hairs taken from the donor site would leave little-pitted scars. I had seen such pictures, online, of other FUE patients and accepted this as par for the course. However, I had no scarring at all. My skin was smooth. I suspect this is because of the extraction technique used and the skill of the extraction team. I was a very happy client indeed and extremely happy I opted for Dr Lorenzo and Injectocappilar. Life then continued as normal. After five months I returned to the clinic for a checkup with Dr Lorenzo. I must say he really is a perfectionist and took the time to look closely at my hair and its progress. By five months my hair was beginning to thicken. There was some concern about the density around my temporal peaks. The hair in this area was a little thinner. Dr Lorenzo concluded that we must wait another five months to see how the hair will progress. Six months after the procedure I began to let my new hair grow properly. As the hair grew thicker and it was an amazing feeling to look in the mirror and see the same style of hair on my head that I had, fifteen years prior. After ten months, I returned to see Dr Lorenzo for a second, and final, check-up. The hair had thickened considerably during this interlude. He was very happy with the overall outcome. He suggested that we could put in 50-250 more hairs in the peaks down the line to thicken them up a little more. This is something I may consider, but it's not really an issue for me at present. What does transplanted hair look and feel like? 
Well, ten months after the procedure, the hair feels exactly like normal hair. It has all the same sensations when you brush or comb it. Running your fingers through your new hairline feels like it has always been there. The sensitivity of the scalp is identical to before the procedure. My new hair covers my head perfectly. I now have a hairline and temporal peaks that frame my face very nicely. The patch in the crown of my head has been completely filled, too. 
Dr. Lorenzo really stretched those 3,500 grafts well. The density of the transplanted hair at the front is not as thick as my original hair. However, it is pretty thick and from months six to ten (present) the thickness of my hair continues to increase. I’m not sure how it will change looking ahead.
 The transplanted hair is slightly darker than the rest of the hair on my head. It blends in perfectly well but I was curious about it. Dr Lorenzo explained that this is because the hair is strong. 
The transplanted hair has a slight curl to it. I was informed that this is because the hair is new. As it matures it will resemble the hair on the rest of my scalp. Even if the hair remained curly it would not be an issue.

 The donor area appears as thick as before I had the procedure. Upon inspection, it looks as if no hair was actually taken. I wondered if the hair around this area would be thinner but I can’t detect any change. It seems almost like magic. Dr Lorenzo takes the approach of using transplanted hair sparingly. He’s keen to not exhaust the donor area, whilst maximising coverage. I appreciated his approach in this respect. I learned I have about 21,000 hairs (not grafts!) remaining in the donor area for any future work. Although I made an effort to tell as many people about my procedure as possible it has been quite fun to meet old acquaintances who didn’t know that I was getting an FUE procedure. 

In every case they look at me, with slight befuddlement, and say things like: “...you look younger” or “...there’s something different about you!” These comments are always positive and some even have expressed an interested in having a transplant themselves. When I look in the mirror now, I now see myself looking back. It's fantastic not to have to worry about my hair anymore. It’s almost easy to forget I ever had issues with it falling out. The days of hair-woe now seem long ago, and I have no fear of them returning. Do you ever wish you could turn back time knowing what you know now? Well, I feel like I am twenty years old again, with all the smarts of a thirty-five-year-old! It’s a great feeling! This is, by far, the best money I have ever spent. I see it as an investment in myself. Looking forward, I am keen to see how my hair matures. I am delighted that I now have hair that I can style (although I probably won’t be using hair straighteners as much this time!) 

Recently, I even got a bad haircut from a dodgy barber, which I now consider a high-quality problem! Overall, I am a supremely happy client and highly recommend Dr Lorenzo and his team. I have gone from having a receding hairline to having hair. The difference feels like night and day! The level of care and attention he showed throughout my procedure was exemplary. Both He and Grace have been on hand and available to help with questions after the procedure. Like many others, I believe he is the best hair surgeon in the world. I’m writing this review on my own accord and as a sheer expression of my contentedness. I hope this gives you an overview of working with Dr Lorenzo or any other FUE professional. These opinions are all my own, so please do your research! If you have any questions, please ask below! I’ll do my best to answer them. I will check back into this thread every few months over the course of the next year.
  6. Thanks for your well wishes Gasthoerer. I have to give all the credit for the hair line design to Dr. Feriduni though. This is the hairline I wanted but Dr. Feriduni talked me out of it and I am very happy that he did. He told me that a common mistake between hairloss sufferers is that because of the psychological pressure and stress we endure, we usually want to overcorrect the problem. Very interesting fact which is at least true about me I think. I am super happy with his hairline design and I think it fits my face very nicely. He spent a lot of time on my hairline design going back and forth and looking at his work from all possible angles. The man is a true artist. He told me that this part of the job is like a painiting and I have to be paitent with him
  7. Hello everyone, I’m a 30 years old male from US and I just had a hair transplant with Dr. Feriduni in Hasselt two weeks ago. I’ve been watching this forum for almost 5 years before I pull the trigger and go for the hair transplant and as you can see this is my first post but I felt like I need to pay back my debt and post my journey since many people here have been an inspiration for me and helped me to make up my mind and go on with the decision. I don’t think I need to talk much about Dr. Feriduni and his team since anybody who has done some research about hair transplant has probably heard his name. He is very patient and meticulous about his job and he took almost two hours to examine my head, calculate donor size and draw the desirable hairline. Day of the surgery Dr. Feriduni applied the anesthetic and then two of his nurses( Ms. Willmots and Ms. Martens if I recall correctly) started the manual extraction. I have to add that Dr. Feriduni told me after the surgery that both nurses have been with him for almost twenty years! During the extraction Dr. Feriduni was constantly checking on me and his team. The extraction took around 3 hours and then I had a short lunch break( Lunch was a super delicious sandwich provided by the clinic ). After the break Dr. Feriduni took over and started with the incisions which took around 2 hours. After the incisions were done,the same nurses took over placing the grafts which took around 3 hours. All in all the whole experience was super smooth with minimal pain although I have somewhat a high pain threshold! I stayed in Hasselt for a week after the surgery and went to the clinic everyday for the hair wash. I’ll try to update this thread of my progress every once in a while. For the starter here are some photos that Dr. Feriduni took when I was in Hasselt. First 6 pics are consultauion 1 day before surgery. Next three pics are 1 day post op. Next 2 pics are 3 days post op and next 6 pics are 6 days post op. Donor pics are 1 day, 3 days, 4 days and 6 days post op 2 pics each day. Let me know if any questions and I’ll try to reply promptly. By the way, I have been on finasteride since 5 years ago and that’s been the only drug I’ve been taking for hairloss.
  8. Dear Gasthoerer, Thank you for your compliment. Considering your question: nowadays, a latest state-of-the-art hair transplant without magnification is impossible. There are different types of magnification on the market, but in our clinic we choose to work with Zeiss loupes with a 3x , 4x, 5x and 8x times magnification ability. There are some misunderstandings concerning the terms microscopical preparation and microscopical control. Please allow me to explain the difference: 1. Microscopical preparation What is meant by preparation of the FU’s is basically “trimming” the FU’s with a surgical blade in order to reduce their connective tissue. This is mostly not necessary, especially when the dissection is done with a small punch size, e.g. CIT Punches 0,8 or 0,85 mm. That?s why we add this information always to our case reports. In general, it is possible to create the necessary amount of single FU’s by simply splitting a FU. Having a close look at the different donor areas - occipital, parietal and temporal - we see nearly in every case a difference in density, caliber and different types of FU groups. Attached an example of the 3 different donor areas: occipital, parietal, temporal There are much more and finer single follicles at the temporal area. Dividing the singles in “normal” and “fine” follicles helps, together with some more important points to create a natural hairline. 2. Microscopical dissection: In my opinion, stereo-microscopical inspection is a must to evade “double” FU’s in the first frontal line. There is however no guarantee which excludes these at all times as there are also obviously some of them, who find themselves in the dormant - or telogen- phase, and which cannot be perceived under any type of magnification. After being extracted and dissected, we prefer to cool the FU’s temperature down to 4° Celsius whilst classifying them into groups of single, fine and normal ones. Attached two images of pre-sorting the FU's after extraction Double and triple FU’s are mostly divided together under loupe magnification. They are generally not classified in separate groups, as - in my opinion- the mixture of double, triple and sometimes also quadripple FU’s gives the most natural effect. That is also exactly what the nature is doing. Attached an example of the donor area with a mixture of different groups (photo DermaLite) Shortly before implantation we perform a final microscopical check of the single, fine and normal FU’s with our Mantis 5,0 microscope and store them per 50 FU in small platters. Also the double, triple and quadripple FU’s get prepared on small platters with 50 FU per compress. Attached an image of the FU's being prepared on small platters and an close-up of the FU's My apologies for the belated answer. I hope you are satisfied with my personal reply. Kind regards, Dr. Feriduni
  9. FUE performed on 36-year old Caucasian male with • Type Norwood II • Donor density of 80 occipital and 76 temporal FU/cm? • Hair diameter of ~64-72 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and add more density. Performed procedure (January 16th, 2017) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2035 FU * 489 single hair FU * 528 double hair FU * 1018 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.9 mm). Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  10. Gasthoerer, I won’t try to answer for Dr. Feriduni But with the donor harvesting technique FUE, follicular units are typically not further dissected under microscope. Sure magnification is used during the excision process which includes both making the incision and extracting the follicle. Microscopic dissection is used during strip surgery to separate follicular units from one another and possibly even trim them down further. In most cases, a graft that’s harvested via FUE doesn’t need any further trimming and doesn’t need to be separated from another follicular units because one is harvested at a time. So I’m guessing, although obviously each clinic is different and I will let Dr. Feriduni describe how things work at his own clinic, that the fact that microscopic dissection wasn’t used is because it’s not typically used in this type of donor closure technique. Best wishes, Bill
  11. Dear Gasthoerer, First of all our apologies for the late response. Our clinic was closed last week (Easter). I will get back to you with an appropriate answer from Dr. Feriduni himself as soon as the surgeries today are done. Thank you for understanding and the nice compliment you gave us.
  12. Despite what seems to be tons of forum posts and different sites, there seems to be absolutely no consensus on surgeons, and more annoying then that, no one mentions price. One thing i've noticed is people hardly ever say how much they paid in their threads. Despite this being such a critical factor - none of us want to pay over the odds. The prices seem to vary so much. I'm in the UK - is it worth travelling abroad? Well,i don't know, because virtually every single patient who has posted on here doesn't say how much he paid. all i'm trying to do is find a list of surgeons in the UK and Europe, who have a good catalogue of testimonials, a good website showing all the testimonials, HOw much i'd expect to pay, the doctors and their names, and what is charged per graft (i want FUT for definite). I've spent in total maybe 8 hours over the last 3 weeks on this website, and i've struggled to actually produce a short list of doctors to check out in europe. Can anyone help? can we make THIS thread THE thread for a list of recommended surgeons for Uk and Europe Only? with Who the name was of the doctor, how much you paid, and the name of the clinic and any associated website? or if that thread already exists, please can someone direct me to it? i don't get why no one mentions the price. Its suurely a critical factor in deciding - obviously we all want a quality result, and i'm prepared to pay for a good result - but if there is a doctor in turkey who can do a great job for half the price of someone in the UK, then i'd consider travelling. please help?! for the record, i'm 31, a Norwood 3, have good donor area (from a few consultations i had back in 2014 and a few online ones). So i know what i'm looking for, it just seems like such a difficult task to find it! FUT is definitely what i want. so far i've looked at - Vinci hair clinic - they don't mention any of the doctors. I have a consultation with them in birmingham in a few weeks.No idea on price, i've asked them to give me approximation. - Dr Feriduni quoted 9.8k to 13k for 1800-2400 FU in a day, using FUE - i've asked them to give a quote for FUT as that's what i specified in their online form, so they just ignored this (annoying), but no response so far. - A trans friend of mine recommended Dr. Richard Rodgers who came to the Sk:n clinic in nottingham to perform the HT - and paid 5500 GBP for just over 2500 grafts - this is my first choice at the moment. - BHR clinic and Dr Bisanga - consultation booked in for May when he comes to London. I've asked how much they charge and will report back here. - elate health UK, Dr. Max Malik - looks promising, appears to have all the credentials, a few before and after photos on the website with 23-2500 grafts showing exactly what i want (similar norwood 3 patients). Arranging a consultation. I'll continue to add to this original post more as a list to myself than anything but hopefully it helps others - and please, if you can provide recommended doctors here, please say how much they charge and evidence of their work - UK + EUrope doctors Only please! thank you
  13. Thanks. I have seen excellent recommendations from other surgeons for Dr. Feriduni on here from US surgeons (Feller and Bloxham for example) as well as in other forums. Dr. Devroye is a bit strange. The results I have seen are good though! Hence the consultations. Thanks again!
  14. Case performed by Dr. Feriduni – 2171 FU in 1 procedure FUT performed on 57-year old Caucasian female with • Type Ludwig I • Donor density of 80 FU/cm? • Hair diameter of ~64-72 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Strip to add more density to the hairline and restore the midhead section. Performed procedure (August 13th, 2012) Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation with 2171 FU * 478 single hair FU * 1293 double hair FU * 400 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.9 mm).
  15. Case performed by Dr. Feriduni – 4374 FU in 2 procedures FUE performed on a 47-year old Caucasian male with • NW III vertex,Clas T • Donor density of 80 FU/cm? • Hair diameter of ~58-62 microns Treatment plan • 1st Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to restore the crown area. • 2nd Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and add more density. Performed procedures 1st procedure (November 11th, 2015) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2354 FU * 300 single hair FU * 850 double hair FU * 1204 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.9mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts. 2nd procedure (June 6th, 2016) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2020 FU * 479 single hair FU * 400 double hair FU * 1141 triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.9 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  16. Well its been a little over three years. I was about to have my "free touch up" procedure with Dr Feriduni about 1.5 weeks ago but I cancelled it. Booked the flight. Set the date...Cancelled as once everything was confirmed my mind went dark. I felt very uneasy. I rarely have issues sleeping but the sleepless nights started. Emailed the clinic a very honest message as to my anxiety and concerns. Told them I was cancelling or would take a day or so to give the final answer. The clinic responded(not Dr.Feriduni) and thanked me and also said the Dr Feriduni would most likely contact me. Well....Wait for it...He never did. My major concerns 1.)failure again 2.)my donor area took a very hard hit 3.)failure again 4.)failure again My wife has been amazing in this entire process FYI. About as supportive as you can get. We have a 2 year old and he is amazing and life is pretty good overall. Over the past few years since the procedure its always been noted by literally anyone who cuts my hair that the sides of my head are very bare compared the other areas. I voiced this as a concern in my last email to the doc. I was hoping he would contact me to discuss this. No contact what so ever. My concern again was that the procedure would again be unsuccessful which in turn would disfigure my donor area even more. Truthfully I could go on and on about how disappointed I am. After one failed surgery its very difficult to pony up and jump back in the chair. His offer for a free surgery isn't really "free". I've got to close my dental office for at least 1.5-2 weeks as im not going to see patients in the post opp beautiful form we are in. My family has to deal with me in the "waiting period". And my anxiety focused on if I made the right decision after the first failed procedure is the kicker. In the end I really would just like my money back. Hands down. I truthfully believe that would be the honorable thing to do on his end. I'm very happy for all those that have had a great outcome by him but those of us that havent have to deal with it. It should be my decision on if I want to have the procedure done by him again. I see patients all this time that tell me their other dentist messed their tooth up and they never want to see he or she again. Well...I dont really want to see Dr.Feriduni again either. I dont feel comfortable. Hell his tecs did all the extractions and insertions of all the follicles. He made the incisions and numbed me up but other then that he wasnt there for much of the procedure. He would check in from time to time but honestly he as pretty absent. You be the judge. You can find my first thread with the pro opp pics by just typing in DrFeriduni. Im not going to reattach the old pics. Really no need as its not hard to see my result are sub par. Attached a few of my donor area too. I could attach every single conversation he and I had after surgery that would go through his thoughts. He did believe I had success. His estimates were around 50-60 percent success.Ive enclosed his pic which shows the success. The point of this email isnt to attack the doc or anything like that. From my research he did seem to be an outstanding doctor with on average a good result. I unfortunately just fell on the wrong side. Ill finish with that.
  17. I had a fail HT w Dr.Feriduni. You can find my thread on here. 3 months is obviously early but in all fairness just send an email to the clinic to keep tabs. I'm actually about to do another write up as it's been a few years and still my result is very sub par
  18. As many have hinted, there is no reason to be concerned about your status after the early 3 months. I was also with Dr. Feriduni. Here are a few pictures of the status after 3 months, 4 months and 7 months.
  19. Hello everyone, I am 29 years old and I did a FUE (2080 UF) exactly 3 months ago by Dr. Feriduni and his team. Here are pictures of exactly 3 months, (the hair caught in my fingers are not UF transplanted) https://serving.photos.photobox.com/588 ... 2a9ecc.jpg https://serving.photos.photobox.com/561 ... 5938d6.jpg https://serving.photos.photobox.com/631 ... 9b37f4.jpg Pictures at 5 days. https://serving.photos.photobox.com/489 ... 8eaa81.jpg https://serving.photos.photobox.com/214 ... a76a4a.jpg I find that there is very little regrowth for 3 months, especially when I compare with other patients at the same time... I'm really worried about the evolution and I do not find it very encouraging especially at 3 months and for 2080 uf, And I have totally smooth areas without regrowth, or a potential regrowth sign (small black poins) According to you, everything is normal? In advance, thank you very much for your answer. (NB: I'm under finasteride since 8 years)
  20. Agree with what has been said, 1,800 will not be nearly enough and that amount is only good for beefing up the immediate hairline area for example as a reference of what 1,800 grafts could be used for. Also the crown is often referred to as black hole as it eats up a ton of grafts to do it right, including recreating the natural swirl. Dr. Wong and Dr. Feriduni excel at the crown so maybe consult with them for how many grafts would be required to do it right. Also boosting up the front and midscalp area and then growing it long would help with the frontal framing of your face (can't see the front in your pics) and also help conceal some of the crown area at the same time. And I agree a combo of FUE/SMP could be a way to address the area without using up too many grafts. However at the very least though the midscalp will need to be addressed due to the large balding area
  21. Hi jbl2093, Thanks for the questions. I'll need to confirm a few with Rahal. But answer the ones I know. First, I get it man. You're angry at your result. I don't know the specifics. But based on your experience... years ago... you feel that Rahal is not consistent. When that's simply not true. Your situation, which shity, is not the norm. Without knowing the specifics, I can 100% guarantee Rahal did the right thing. Be it refund, touch-up, whatever. That's who he is - ethical. Dr. Rahal stands behind all of his patients. Maybe he's too humble to say it. But I will. And for you to imply anything else is wrong. I'm going to post hundreds of A+ FUE results soon - including my own. As with anything, results are what count. And i'll back what I say with results. Now, you're questions: Some good ones. Looks like you might have been mislead. Most of the info you stated is not true. Some of your questions I can answer with exciting advancements. There is no turnover. I know the team, personally. Most have been there 10+ years. Others 20+ years. There are only a few less than 2 years. And I think another (maybe two) less than 6 months - though they are in training. So you're 100% wrong about this. Great question! There are 3 any clinic should measure. 1) Total, 2) Partial, 3) Tissue. There is some debate in the FUE community that "partial" is OK. Even a skill which sets the pros from amateurs. Some also say that it's OK to leave a 1-hair (for example) so the donor area does not look thin. As for Rahal's partial, it's under 3% - and measured "every case." It's also used to decide on the type of punch used during the case. If the patients skill is tough and partial transection is 4% for example - they will switch. Total and tissue are even less. Less than strip actually. I don't know the #'s. But i'll get for you. And the #'s are not out of my ass. I'll ask Patient Care to pull some charts over the last year. Data is data - and #'s don't lie. One thing I should point out here is 1) Rahal uses 8x magnification for extraction - the highest in North America. Awesome question. A combination of "HypoThermosol and Adenosine Tri-Phosphate." The solution "per procedure" is around $800. A big investment other clinics don't. It's the same solution they use preserve organs for transplants. Have you heard of coverage value? More here Dr. Rahal uses for every case. It was Dr. Lorenzo who created and shared. And prevents what you're talking about it. I'm not sure if it was used 3 years ago, as in your case. But it's standard now. And prevents what you're saying. Not true. There are two FUE extractions: Miguel and Dr. Gibbons, Dr. Rahal. Dr. Rahal decides on the punch to use, depth, etc. Starts the extractions, then monitors transection real-time. He also does all the incision, hairline design, etc. So he does majority of the case. Dr. Gibbons also does extractions. But I don't really care who does them. I care about transection, plus experience. And you should too. Since we are talking technical... Dr. Rahal uses the smallest punches in North America. Most are .8. He also uses the highest magnification in North America. Plus uses sharp or WOW, depending on needs. KEEP for implanting - basically EVERYTHING you need to perform A+ FUE. On top of that... he shares tips and travels to Turkey, spending time. Koray, Feriduni, Lorenzo all of the time. What I'm getting at is... you're procedure was years ago. Things have changed. How about this... You have some great questions. How about visiting Rahal and seeing for yourself.
  22. p.s. I've seen great results from Koray, Feriduni, Lorenzo, Lupanzula, too. p.p.s. Dr. Rahal and Koray, Feriduni, Lorenzo, Lupanzula share FUE tips all the time. If you're comparing Rahal's FUE years ago to now... you need to learn how technically the procedure has advanced. Donor management... punch size... magnification... keep... wow... sharp... dull. Let's talk technical. Lets have a debate. But let's also stick to the facts. p.p.p.s no shills allowed
  23. Hi, I would like to share with you my hair transplant experience with Dr. Feriduni in Hasselt (Belgium). I am 41 years old and I started losing my hair at the age of 20. 15 years ago, I had my first hair transplant in Greece with not great results (1800 grafts). So about one year ago I decided to have my second hair transplant with Dr. Feriduni because of his great reputation (searching and viewing different forums and especially this forum). The large number of great results convinced me that this was the right Doctor. I had a FUT strip surgery with him 4 months ago with about 2800 grafts. Unfortunately, the Dr. could not take more grafts because of my bad elasticity so we’re limited on the frontal area. Dr. Feriduni is an excellent guy and I found the clinic to be very professional. Attached you may find some pre op and post op photos taken by Dr. Feriduni. I’ll update this thread in about one month (5 month) because unfortunately until now there has been not hair growth. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.
  24. 11 months update. Pics were taken by Dr. Feriduni. Front before and after
  25. Dear forum members, I want to give you a small update on my progress at 8.5 months. I am thrilled with the development so far! My hairline has taken a great shape, and I am delighted with the hairline design and its naturalness. I am very thankful for the great and detailed work of Dr. Feriduni and his team. I am happy I followed his advice regarding the overall design and the naturalness of the growth is what strikes most. Regarding the very smooth experience, I cannot recommend him highly enough. Feel free to answer any further question. Best Regards
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