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  1. Ye my point was that I just dont know any surgeon that achieve really good hairline, and does FUT. Great input! thanks Ye you probably right, I will have some better sense after I visit Dr.Feriduni, which I already booked consultation with. Also Im not sure how it works in the technical way - if I need to pay in advanced, but the precise number of gratfs is decided on the day of the intervention, does it mean I will be asked to add more after if the doctor use more than estimated?
  2. FUE performed on a 46-year old Caucasian male with • Norwood III Vertex Class T • Donor density of 96 FU/cm² occipital, 100 FU/cm² parietal, 80 FU/cm² temporal • Hair diameter of ~62-64 microns Treatment plan Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of frontal hairline and crown area. Performed procedure FUE (May 3, 2018) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 3705 FU: * 545 single hair FU * 1700 double hair FU * 1264 triple hair FU * 196 quadruple hair FU HGI: 2,29 Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.9 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.85 mm FUE hybrid punch with WAW System. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  3. FUT performed on a 52-year old Caucasian female with • Ludwig I - II • Donor density of 76 FU/cmÇ occipital, 76 FU/cmÇ parietal, 68 FU/cmÇ temporal • Hair diameter of ~48-54 microns Treatment plan Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of midhead section. Performed procedure FUT (October 15, 2015) Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation with 1733 FU: * 700 single hair FU * 1033 double hair FU Trichophytic Closure technique in double layer suture. Combination of parallel and perpendicular incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.9 mm).
  4. @Hair transplant help if you are a NW6 or higher you will need two surgeries to get the best possible outcome. 1. It’s not about the country but the Doctor. For my first HT in 2008 to rebuild the hairline I chose the best at that time for hairlines which was Dr. Rahal and last year I needed to rebuild my crown using the maximum amount of beard grafts so I chose the best for BHT mega sessions. 2. Turkey is the world capital of botched hair transplant and 99% of the clinics are a risk but the other 1% are world class. 3 Dr. Keser does some of the best hairlines in this forum. Dr. Kaan Pekiner is a master at beard mega sessions and HLC Ankara is putting out some great results but they have 6 doctors so no way of knowing who is getting those great results and which Doc will do the surgery. Dr. Demirsoy also has some nice results but he uses technicians to implant the grafts (dealbraker for me). 4. Konior, Couto, Lorenzo, Feriduni, De Freitas (be prepared for 2 year wait lists and high prices). 5. What matters are the results the doctor can achieve and not the technique. For instance, Dr. Konior is achieving some of the best results in the world and he uses stick&place to implant grafs when the newest technique is direct hair implantation with Lion Implantor Pens. Konior does use WAW to extract the hairs which is the most recent extraction technique that is said to have the lowest graft transection rate. 6. Again what matters is the skill of surgeon. Supposedly the best technique are WAW to extract and DHI to implant but the best in the world are not doing both WAW and DHI and are getting better results than any other doctor. 7. Look at a lot of results posted by patients in this forum and others. 8. My advise is that the Doctor should be doing the whole surgery. Unless you go to icon like H&W that will have a amazing tech team because any tech in the world would kill to work for them. 9. Chose a Doctor with great results posted by patients. 10. It’s a surgery so if something goes wrong you should have medical insurance for post op care. In Portugal the best hospitals are public and in Europe you don’t pay for public health care but that might be different in other countries so it’s always good to be insured should anything goes wrong and you need to be hospitalized (if you would need to be hospitalized in the US you would probably go broke). 11. Trust the doctor. 12. For me it’s Kaan Pekiner and HLC. 13. Heck no! Clinics pay celebrities to have their hair transplant with them and post on instagram promoting the clinic but the reality is that a average person will not have the same level of surgery as a celebrity paid to endorse the clinic. Just like the images on the clinics website (many of them don’t even belong to the clinic). 14. Always ask to the surgeon what is his role in the surgery and what is the background of his technical support team. 15. Have a look at Dr. Bruno Ferreira in Portugal, he works in Madrid with Dr. Lorenzo but also has is own clinic in Portugal (half price). Every case is different, I went with Dr. Kaan because I needed a beard mega session and he has a lot experience with over 1800 beard grafts in one day but the diagnosis I got from Dr. Bruno was the best I have ever received.
  5. @Hair transplant help if you are a NW6 or higher you will need two surgeries to get the best possible outcome. 1. It’s not about the country but the Doctor. For my first HT in 2008 to rebuild the hairline I chose the best at that time for hairlines which was Dr. Rahal and last year I needed to rebuild my crown using the maximum amount of beard grafts so I chose the best for BHT mega sessions. 2. Turkey is the world capital of botched hair transplant and 99% of the clinics are a risk but the other 1% are world class. 3 Dr. Keser does some of the best hairlines in this forum. Dr. Kaan Pekiner is a master at beard mega sessions and HLC Ankara is putting out some great results but they have 6 doctors so no way of knowing who is getting those great results and which Doc will do the surgery. Dr. Demirsoy also has some nice results but he uses technicians to implant the grafts (dealbraker for me). 4. Konior, Couto, Lorenzo, Feriduni, De Freitas (be prepared for 2 year wait lists and high prices). 5. What matters are the results the doctor can achieve and not the technique. For instance, Dr. Konior is achieving some of the best results in the world and he uses stick&place to implant grafs when the newest technique is direct hair implantation with Lion Implantor Pens. Konior does use WAW to extract the hairs which is the most recent extraction technique that is said to have the lowest graft transection rate. 6. Again what matters is the skill of surgeon. Supposedly the best technique are WAW to extract and DHI to implant but the best in the world are not doing both WAW and DHI and are getting better results than any other doctor. 7. Look at a lot of results posted by patients in this forum and others. 8. My advise is that the Doctor should be doing the whole surgery. Unless you go to icon like H&W that will have a amazing tech team because any tech in the world would kill to work for them. 9. Chose a Doctor with great results posted by patients. 10. It’s a surgery so if something goes wrong you should have medical insurance for post op care. In Portugal the best hospitals are public and here in Europe we don’t pay for public health care but that might be different in other countries so it’s always good to be insured should anything goes wrong and you need to be hospitalized (if you would need to be hospitalized in the US you would probably go broke). 11. Trust the doctor. 12. For me it’s Kaan Pekiner and HLC. 13. Heck no! Clinics pay celebrities to have their hair transplant with them and post on instagram promoting the clinic but the reality is that a average person will not have the same level of surgery as a celebrity paid to endorse the clinic. Just like the images on the clinics website (many of them don’t even belong to the clinic). 14. Always ask to the surgeon what is his role in the surgery and what is the background of his technical support team. 15. Have a look at Dr. Bruno Ferreira in Portugal, he works in Madrid with Dr. Lorenzo but also has is own clinic in Portugal (half price). Every case is different, I went with Dr. Kaan because I needed a beard mega session and he has a lot experience with over 1800 beard grafts in one day but the diagnosis I got from Dr. Bruno was the best I have ever received.
  6. Dr. Diep, Dr. Umar, Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Lupunzula, Dr. Feriduni and Dr. Konior.
  7. Look forward to seeing your updated pictures. Dr. Feriduni is one of the very best👍🏼
  8. most docs or clinics don't even bother removing old grafts, instead they accept where that old hairline begins and transplant in front and behind it, whether the hairline is odd or too low, which seems insane to me, so seeing Dr. Feriduni take the time to actually "repair" and properly restore your hairline - which is the most important part of the transplant, says alot about his ethics and skills! thanks for responding
  9. FUE performed on a 41-year old Caucasian male with • NW V, Class N • Donor density of 92 FU/cm² occipital, 88 FU/cm² parietal, 74 FU/cm² temporal • Hair diameter of ~54-60 microns Treatment plan Follicular Unit Extraction to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and temporal peaks and to reconstruct the crown area. Performed procedure FUE (April 19, 2018) Follicular Unit Extraction with 4109 FU: * 933 single hair FU * 1750 double hair FU * 1268 triple hair FU * 158 quadruple hair FU Double, triple and quadruple FU prepared before implanting. Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.80 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.85 mm hybrid FUE punch with WAW System. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  10. @karatekid regarding Hattingen, yes they are a couple and as far as I know the female Dr. is basically doing the FUE. I would recommend that you contact them for a consultation as they offer this online also in English and Dr. Muresanu is the right one who can give you all the answers to your questions. As for results you can also request them online via the Hattingen homepage. I can also share via PM a link to the german speaking forum I know they are a bit more represented where you can browse through and maybe also ask for feedback from the forum (give it a go in English, some might reply to you in English as well) Heitmann you can also find results in the forum I share with you, some cases are also here in this forum I saw, just search for his name. Feriduni I recently have only seen FUE results so can‘t really comment on FUT - but seeing his high standards I would be surprised if they would not be top-notch as well... All the best Carjoca
  11. FUE performed on a 33-year old Caucasian male with • NW II vertex, class N • Donor density of 92 FU/cm² occipital, 88 FU/cm² parietal, 76 FU/cm² temporal • Hair diameter of ~52-56 microns Treatment plan Follicular Unit Extraction to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and rethickening the midhead section. Performed procedures 1st procedure (September 12, 2016) Follicular Unit Extraction with 2643 FU * 300 single hair FU * 372 double hair FU * 1972 tripple hair FU 2nd procedure (January 31, 2019) Follicular Unit Extraction with 496 FU * 30 single hair FU * 466 double hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.85 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8 mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  12. Hi Everyone! I want to thank you all for being such a great resource in my hair transplant journey. I used this site extensively to learn about hair transplants and I would like to share with you all my hair transplant experience thus far so people can benefit. My profile: Age: 27 Clinic: HDC Clinic in Cyprus Surgeon: Dr. Kyriakos Maras Date of Surgery: April 1, 2017 Type: FUE # of Grafts: 3200 I started my hair loss in my late teens, receding heavily at my temples. I wish I had done something much earlier to combat my hair loss as I have lost a lot of my hair in the front and top since then. I started shaving my head to a 2 the last few years after growing tired of a combover. How I found my clinic: I did a lot of research online and compiled a list of top clinics in North America and Europe. Then I contacted each clinic for an online consultation where I sent them pictures and videos of my hair. I found the best way to organize info I receive and to compare and narrow down the clinics to what suited me best was to create an excel spread sheet. I recorded many things which included the number of grafts they recommend, the expected hairline design, and price. After narrowing down a few clinics, I looked extensively at patient reviews on hair transplant forums to make sure people are getting great results. I found that Erdogan at ASMED produced wonderful results at a reasonable price, but had a long waitlist and wanted me to be on finasteride for at least 6 months. Several others like Bisanga and Feriduni also produced great results but was a little more expensive. HDC is a clinic that one of my friends had gone to about 6 months earlier than I did. He got good results from them and so did a lot of other people online. Their price was also a little lower than Bisanga and Feriduni. So after contacting them for a consultation, they made me feel comfortable with their level of service and I went ahead and set up a surgery. The transplant experience: The clinic made me feel very comfortable that I was in good hands the whole time. Dr. Maras and the techs that worked there were very experienced, professional, and courteous. I was picked up from the airport by a driver sent by the clinic and they provided free accommodations for up to 7 days. At HDC, Dr. Maras does the punching and excision and the techs do the extraction and placing of grafts. The techs have all been working there for a long time, so I felt very comfortable. The surgery itself took over the course of 2 days, about 4/5 hours each day. Like most people on here say, the most uncomfortable part was having to lie down in an uncomfortable position. There was no pain at all aside from the anesthesia injections. The clinic offers free accommodation for up to 7 days, which I took advantage of. Post surgery I went into the clinic everyday and got my hair washed by them and they made sure everything was going well. By the time I left Cyprus, the scabbing had already been washed off my head. Here is a picture with Dr. Maras 4 days post op. Swelling has gone down considerably by then. Vlog of my hair transplant journey: I feel the best way to share my experience with you all is through visuals rather than words, so I decided to make videos documenting my whole experience in a vlog format. I have just finished and uploaded my first two vlogs on youtube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrXSnH6jHAsX1EIgXECbIhQ/videos Vlog #1 shows my arrival to Cyprus and getting picked up at the airport. I also give a tour of the apartment that I lived in for a week. Vlog #2 shows the first day of surgery where Dr. Maras provided my consultation and designed my hairline. I am spending a lot of time to try to make these videos professional (first time video maker), and will upload a new vlog whenever it is done. I hope that people will find these videos documenting the whole process helpful. I will post in this thread whenever a new vlog is uploaded, but you can also subscribe to my channel to be notified. I really appreciate your support! Progress pictures: I have just hit 5 months and have already seen a lot of results. Here you can see a before after shot of the top and front of my hair. You can see that my hairline has been lowered by quite a bit. The hair is looking really great in pictures and even in sunlight. However, up close I am really hoping the front will gain more in density. I will continue to post more old pictures that I took after the surgery and update you guys with my progress here. Also I made an Instagram account where I upload my progress pictures, so be sure to support, follow me there, and check that out too! https://www.instagram.com/hairplanter/ Current hair loss regime: I am currently doing the big 3 regime. I started finasteride in January 2017 and luckily had no side effects. The Minoxidil I started 2 months after surgery and Nizoral I just started a week ago. Nizoral has caused a bit of shedding after I incorporated it into my regime. I'm planning on continuing for longer before I decide if want to keep using it or not. 1) 0.5mg Finasteride daily. 2) 5% Kirkland Branded Minoxidil Foam applied morning and night daily. 3) 2% Nizoral shampoo used once a week. Thank you so much for reading my post! I hope that you find my content helpful if you are considering or have had a hair transplant. Feel free to reach out with any comments and questions. I look forward to providing more content for the hair loss community! -Hairplanter Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrXSnH6jHAsX1EIgXECbIhQ/videos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hairplanter/
  13. @karatekid fully understand the emotional situation you are in and that the hair loss is an emotional burden for you! Having said this I would be positive optimistic for your current hair status (some higher NWs would kill for that ;)) and key will be if your hair loss will progress in your 30s more severely or is more or less stable. Taking Fin (also consistently, not on and off) could help to stabilize it but can fully understand if you are not into taking meds that can cause quite some side effects... If it can be confirmed that your hair loss is somewhat stable and your donor is not miniaturized then I would rather consider FUE over FUT as I would think you can achieve based on your desired hairline design a good result with 2000—2500 grafts and still would have enough reserve (if you have a good beard donor then even more so). But up to you... Some feedback from my end to your doctors list as far as I can comment (coming from Central Europe focusing on the chaps in my neighbourhood ;)) Hattingen is based in Switzerland (orginally started in Hattingen, Germany, then moved to Switzerland) and offers both techniques, FUT and FUE. FUT is their original method which made them famous and the results I have seen in other forums are superb and I would say leading edge with H&W. Since some time they offer also FUE and also here the results are really looking good. Just met a guy last week who had a FUE there and it looked really great! Pricewise they are on the upper end per graft but also worthwhile to mention that doctors do big parts of the work. Dr. Feriduni is a world class surgeon and quite famous in German forums (he is also German and his clinic is in Belgium) and also offers both, FUT and FUE. Also here results seen are really amazing. As far as I know he is involved in some parts of the HT and has an experienced team of technicians supporting him. Prices also upper end (especially since it got a duty to put the VAT of 21% for HTs in Belgium to the total cost and guess who has to pay that ;)) Next to Dr. Bisanga you already know there is also Dr. Mwamba in Belgium which is known for consistent and good results but also rather expensive. A rather not so often mentioned surgeon but being top-notch is Dr. Heitmann based in Zurich. He is doing everything himself and thus also only a limited amount of grafts per session. From other forums I have seen amazing results and not heard anything negative but also heard he has a very long waiting list. With around 6 Swiss Franks per graft also not really a cheap one... This short clip gives a good overview on what he does: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoTHyiaPRR8&feature=youtu.be Coming from Middle East and having somewhat not such a high interest in long flights I would definitely recommend to look into Turkey as amongst the majority of really cutthroat clinics there are some really world class addresses. Dr. Pekiner was already mentioned, apart from that Dr. Keser is known to deliver very good results (especially dense hairlines with little graft counts, how ever he does that...) and Dr. Ozgur and his team in the Hairline Clinic are delivering constant outstanding results where you have all major steps done by a Dr., with manual punch and limited amount of grafts per day. All in all I wish you well on you journey and am sure whoever you will pick from your list will be the right choice as you are already showing with your list of potential Doctors that you know the first step to a successful HT is to familiarize yourself with the topic and understand that there are honorable and less so honorable clinics out there... All the best Carjoca
  14. wow it being ages came back here :). I plan to for second round with Dr. Feriduni, as soon my dates confirm. This time going for crown area , as i lost more hairs in it that area now. So, will post the pictures
  15. FUE performed on a 54-year old Caucasian male with • Isolated Vertex hair loss pattern • Donor density of 76 FU/cm² occipital, 76 FU/cm² parietal, 68 FU/cm² temporal • Hair diameter of ~48-54 microns Treatment plan Follicular Unit Extraction to reconstruct the crown area. Performed procedure FUE (November 17, 2017) Follicular Unit Extraction with 763 FU * 763 tripple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.80 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8 mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  16. Hello, I would like to share with you my first hair transplant in the age of 43. I recognized loosing my hair at the beginning of entering 30 years. At the end of 2015 I decided to have a hair transplant and after visiting and viewing inside several forums about Reputations and experiences about several surgeons I decided to choose Dr. Feriduni in Belgium. November 2016 was then the month having a Fut strip surgery with 4242 grafts harvested from my donor and hope the upcoming result is changing my life. Please feel free to comment your opinions. Cheers Hasselt;)
  17. Hello everyone, I have been reading on here a lot over time and have finally decided that I want to undergo a hair transplant myself. I looked through many posts and have seen some truly remarkable transformations and obviously some doctors have more impressive results than others. I have first been drawn to a doctor in Turkey, but I felt the hight number of grafts implanted and some not so great results have put me off that idea. Finally, I have settled on doing it in Belgium and there the 2 doctors who stood out amongst other very good ones were Dr. Feriduni and Dr.Bisanga. The latter has impressed me a tad more though. Now I have seen that, in addition, to his clinic in Brussels there is now also one in Athens. So my question is whether anyone knows if the quality of transplants is the same in both clinics and generally whether there are significant differences? (other than supposedly the price which is not the greatest of factors in my decision- making) Thanks in advance!
  18. Scar correction in FUE performed on a 42-year old Caucasian male after FUT Minigrafts ex domo. • NW VII, Class N • Donor density of 76 FU/cmÇ occipital, 80 FU/cmÇ parietal, 68 FU/cmÇ temporal • Hair diameter of ~50-54 microns Treatment plan Follicular Unit Extraction to correct the scars on the back of the head. Performed procedures 1. FUE (October 19, 2016) Scar correction in Follicular Unit Extraction with 636 FU * 636 hair FU (mix single, double and triple hair FU) 2. FUE (October 18, 2017) Scar correction in Follicular Unit Extraction with 512 FU * 102 single hair FU * 410 double hair FU Perpendicular incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.9 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8 mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  19. 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.
  20. FUE performed on a 46-year old Caucasian male with • NW V vertex, Class N • Donor density of 88 FU/cm² occipital, 82 FU/cm² parietal, 80 FU/cm² temporal • Hair diameter of ~52-56 microns Treatment plan 1. Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline and midhead region. 2. Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to restore the vertex area. 3. Medical therapy with Finasteride 1mg since June 2016. Performed procedures 1st procedure (April 27th, 2017) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 3015 FU * 400 single hair FU * 1035 double hair FU * 1580 triple and quadriple hair FU 2nd procedure (October 2nd, 2018) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 2541 FU * 181 single hair FU * 2360 double and triple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.85 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  21. FUT’s performed on a 35-year-old African-American female with • Donor density of 40-48 FU/cmÇ • Hair diameter of ~60-68 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline after traction Alopecia. Performed procedures Procedure 1 (January 13th, 2014) Follicular Unit Transplantation with 1840 FU * 770 single hair FU * 1070 double hair FU Procedure 2 (August 17th, 2016) Follicular Unit Transplantation with 1691 FU * 521 single hair FU * 570 double hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.8-0.95mm).
  22. FUE performed on a 45-year-old Caucasian male with • NW III, Class T • Donor density of 80-84 FU/cm² occipital and 76-80 FU/cm² temporal • Hair diameter of ~58-62 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to attain an aesthetic reconstruction of the hairline. Performed procedure Procedure (December 21st, 2017) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 3022 FU * 622 single hair FU * 2400 double hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.85mm). Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  23. FUE performed on a 34-year old Caucasian male with • NW II vertex, Class N • Donor density of 84-96 FU/cm² • Hair diameter of ~60-64 microns Treatment plan • Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation to rethicken the vertex area. Performed procedure Procedure (September 25th, 2017) Follicular Unit Extraction Transplantation with 1486 FU * 300 single hair FU * 1186 double, triple and quadruple hair FU Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (Cutting Edge blades of 0.7-0.85 mm). Extraction performed with a 0.8mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts.
  24. I am 24 years old from England and underwent a 2,968 FUE op with Dr Feriduni on the 20th and 21st October. This is only the secnd day post of so obviously nothing to report but I thought I would post the before and immediately post op photos. Breakdown of FU: 422 Singles 1680 doubles 866 trebles Donor density was 108 FU/CM2. Dr Feriduni estimates that I have around 2000-3000 left for future FUE should it be required. Average transplanted density of 50cm/2 although this varies in places. I would like to say thankyou to all the staff at the clinic who were absalutely brilliant for putting up with me for two days. Day before I had a consultation the day before (Wednesday 19th). The Dr answered all the question I asked him and we went through an inital design of the hairline to see what I wanted and his initial thoughts. We were not very far off to begin with. It was decided that the hairline would not lowered but I would have some of the temples filled in to make the hairline look smoother. 1st Day I arrived into the clinic at about 8.10 and greeted by the Dr. I was taken to my room for the day where I was provided with medical clothes to wear for the day. One changed I was led into the Dr's office at around 8.15am to confirm I was happy with hairline and that I had not changed my mind. Lines were drawn over my hrad to mark out the areas to be operated on. Two medical assistants greeted me asking if I was nervous and I was very nervous!I was taken to have my hair shaved and wash. Afterwards I was guided to the operating chair to have the antibiotics and anaesthetics taken. I am not afraid of needles but these injections really stung, the painful part of the surgery. I had to lie on my front for around 3-4 hours for the extraction which was 0.95m punch. I cant remember the axact time because I fell asleep. Was the extractions were taken I was guided to my room to have some lunchI felt quite dizzy due to the injections and being on my front for such a long time. It is quite frustrating because I am certainly not used to staying in the same place for long period. After lunch I was guided back to the operating chair and the doctor begain making the incisions which took up to 2 hours. The medical assistant then started the placements. The Dr frequently came by to check everything was ok. At around 5.30 pm I was done for the day and happy to be out of the chair ready for a hair wash. The nurse talked me through it all to make sure I was fine with it. Aferwards I changed back into normal clothes, the Dr checked me out then a taxi took me to my hotel. Day 2 Day 2 would not be quite as long since most of the grafts has been removed the previous day. I met the Dr at 8.15am who asked if everything was ok. The only problem I had was sleeping due to having to sleep on my back with a neck pillow. I usueally sleep face down so It was not the best night sleep. I changed in my room for the day and was taken to have my hair washed. Afterwards I was taken the chair for the injections before the extractions started. This lasted around 2 hours and I chatted to the doctor for a while. The follicles were all examined under microscope as soon as groups of them were extracted. Incisions were them made to create my hairline followed by the placements. The operation was done my 1:30pm. I had a post op hairline followed my some lunch. The Dr came by to check it all looked ok and told me to call him should I have any further questions or concerns. The following day I returned for a hair wash before making the journey back to the UK. Overall I am very pleased with the dedication of all the staff their and I look forward to some growth in the next couple of months. Please note that note that the majority of the photos are the ones I got the Dr to take on my Iphone so are not the best quality. The three post op photos with the bandage are take by the clinic. I will post the pre op clinic ones once I receive them. Unfortunately the donor area photos are not great quality. I need to invest in an HD camera! All donor area photos are one day post op.
  25. Can you post pictures of what your hair looked like before having any surgeries? We discontinued Dr. Doganay's participation years ago, I hope he has improved his practice since. Dr. Feriduni, Bisanga and Erdogan are all great surgeons, Dr. Bhatti has put out quality work as well and is probably the cheapest out of all of them. But yea, if you live in the states that flight is a killer. I believe Dr. Bisanga has better pricing in his Athens clinic, and he no longer runs it with another surgeon that can't be named here.
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