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  1. Introduction: I’m a 25 YO male, suffering from hair-loss since around 20 years old, and so I have been on Propecia ever since; Propecia managed to considerably slow my hair-loss in the crown area, but less so in my temples. This is why I have decided that it’s time to undergo a hair transplant. I have researched countless clinics and doctors in Europe/UK. I have also requested consultation of many; the main concern from all the clinics was that my hairless is progressive and I will definitely bald some more in the future, and therefore, I needed to choose the best to have a solid plan in place to not look bald at any point. After researching extensively for a year, I was convinced to go with Dr Bijan Feriduni as he is; Properly licensed/accredited by all the relevant societies/qualifications. Has a vast amount of experience with countless successful cases, many of them more severe than mine. Despite being significantly more expensive than Istanbul, I found that the price difference was well worth the added quality and personalization from Dr. Feriduni. Bearing in mind that his pricing is still less expensive than known clinics in the UK, making his services fairly priced. The consultation I got from Dr Feriduni was personalized and make a lot of sense to me. Here are some pictures; Day 0: Consultation, transplant, and tricho-pigmentation This is both the consultation and transplantation day. I arrived at the clinic around 08:00 AM. I was greeted by lovely receptionists and escorted to my private room. Which had couches, a medical bed, drawers for storage, water etc… After signing the contract and wearing the ‘OR clothes’ provided by the clinic I headed to the doctor’s office. The doctor is very friendly, humble, listened to all my thoughts and ideas and shows true care; this made me much more at ease. He then proceeded by taking photos with his microscope for the donor count etc… and made a long term plan based on donor availability. I was happy with the hair line which more or less resembled my previous hair line before the hair-loss started. Here are some before photos during the consultation; In the OR my head was shaved to 0.9mm, which gave me a mini panic attack 😅, however the nervousness was very short lived as Dr Feriduni administered midazolam; a rapid sedative that made me feel at ease in less than 10 seconds! This picture was taking of my donor and crown right before the operation started. You can tell that my crown area has very thin hairs, but Dr Feriduni suggested to cover that with pigmentation rather than a transplant in order to see the progress of the hairloss allowing the most efficient use of the valuable donor area! The Anesthetic injections were the only uncomfortable part, I expected them to be much more painful, but they were actually not all that bad. After the injections you don’t feel any kind of pain nor discomfort during extraction and implementation. It’s worthwhile to mention that extraction was done by the experienced assistants of the doctors, and so was the implementation (apart from the hairline which was done by Dr Feriduni). The doctor also made the incision opening before the extraction himself, to reduce the time that extracted grafts stay out of my body. In general, the operation was comfortable and I was watching friend on Netflix the entire time! The only uncomfortable part was extraction, as you’d have to lay down on your face for a while on a massage type bed, and you face is bound to get numb after a while. However, there wasn’t any actual pain from the extraction process itself. I then proceeded to have a BLT sandwich in my clinic room, before heading to the OR again for the trichopigmentation done by Dr. Yasmine Feriduni (BIjan’s wife), she is also very friendly and lively! The trichopigmentation was not painful at all, especially for the fact that my scalp was somewhat numb from the operation. Trichopigmentation should immediate density effect when compared to my pre photo. Here are some immediate post-op photos, notice the denser crown area from the pigmentation (also shown in the microscope) ! After this I went home, had dinner, and took Ibuprofen 600mg (pain killer) along with promethazine (which I bought with me; an antihistamine which helps me sleep and would reduce itchiness later on). I must say that the hardest part was sleeping with a sticky head on the neck pillow as oppose to my usually sleep on my stomach face buried in the pillow! I was given a saline hair spray (to use every 30 minutes) along with a foaming shampoo, serums, oil, and vitamins. Also I do recommend taking the Feriduni discount for the nearby Hassotel, which had great breakfast, and a spacious room and private terrace (if you choose the penthouse suit). Day 3: Second trichopigmentation session Its worthwhile to mention that I got a hair wash on day 2 in the clinic, and again at day 3, in which I also got another pigmentation session, this time without any anasthesia, but it wasn't actually painful but rather a bit uncomfortable. Some day 3 pictures; At this day I had no pain whatsoever. I also opted from using the neck pillow and instead made a "pillow castle" in a way which would prevent from rolling over or touching the grafts against the pillow while maintaining a 45 degree angle. At evening I went to a delicious sushi Resturant which is 5 minutes away from the hotel In which I enjoyed sushi along with ASAHI Japanese beer (Doctor allowed me a couple of beers ) !
  2. Gentleman, If you already gave @Dr. Bijan Feriduni Permission to reply to this topic than hopefully he will reply with more information. Has he made you any kind of offer to resolve your concerns? Thanks for your continued faith in this community to help you even in the midst of difficult circumstances. I appreciate how you keep a level head and recognize that your doctor is still top-notch bought that you were situation just didn’t work out the way it should. But you do of course, still need to focus on resolution when she’s on her since understandable and expected. Please keep us posted. Bill
  3. 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
  4. FUE performed on a 46 year old Caucasian male with: - NW II-III Class N - Donor density of 84 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 92 FU/cm2 in the parietal region - Hair diameter of ~54-58 µm Treatment plan: - 1st FUE procedure with 2200-2400 follicular units to reconstruct the hairline and fill in the temporal recessions; - 2nd FUE procedure with 500-600 follicular units to add density to the hairline Surgery details: 1st procedure (October 23th, 2014): A Follicular Unit Extraction with 2229 FU * 437 single hair FU * 1002 double hair FU * 790 triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.9mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.8mm – 0.9mm) 2nd procedure (April 4th, 2015): A Follicular Unit Extraction with 1038 FU * 235 single hair FU * 803 double and triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.8mm – 0.85mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  5. 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
  6. This patient was recommended by the burns unit of the Rotterdam‘s hospital and visited our clinic for the first time in December 2008. He suffered from severe scarring (grade III) at the frontal and left part of the scalp and left eyebrow due to a burning incident with sunflower oil. His health insurance refused to cover the costs of a reconstructive surgery so he became a ‘foundation’ patient. Treatment plan of the four-step surgical procedure: 1. The first surgical procedure involves the insertion of a skin expander (Silimed skin expander, 600ml) as a preparation for a scalp reduction in the left fronto-temporal region. 2. A scalp reduction in the left fronto-temporal region to reduce the recipient area. 3. A Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation with 2000 FU to reconstruct the left fronto-temporal region and left eyebrow 4. An eyebrow reconstruction with 200 FU to add density to the left eyebrow (in 1-2 Follicular Unit Transplantations) Performed procedures: 1. The insertion of a skin expander (September 1st, 2009) 2. The expander was already removed after 6 weeks due to a skin infection caused by the staphylococcus aureus bacteria. A ‘minor’ scalp reduction was performed afterwards (December 12th, 2009) Due to the infection we were compelled to change the treatment plan of the Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation into 2500-3000 FU instead of 2000 FU 3. A Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation was performed to redesign the left hair line, left temporal points and left temporal region (March 4th, 2010) with : § 1046 single hair follicular units § 1463 double hair follicular units § 375 triple hair follicular units The patient has suffered both mentally and physically from his burning injuries. He is now at a stage that his hair looks good again and that we only need to add density to his left eyebrow. He still needs to undergo several facial skin treatments at the burns unit of the Rotterdam’s hospital but he already feels a lot more confident now. Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  7. Make sure you have these written down and any other questions you can think of. Also if at all possible take someone with you you trust as your emotions will be running high and its easy to forget to ask the relevant questions. 1.What kind of procedures do you perform does the clinic perform ie. Strip, FUE , BHT - if so for how long and ask to see results and be put in touch with actual patients. 2. What type of donor closure does the hair transplant surgeon use? Does he use sutures or staples, and why does he use his chosen technique? What type and size of instruments does the hair transplant doctor use to make recipient incisions? 3.What is the length of time that this hair transplant physician has been performing hair transplant surgery?Ask about his credentials and experience and governing bodies he /she are assosiated with. 4. How many hair transplant technicians are employeed with their clinic? What is the length of time each hair technician has worked for the clinic? 5. Ask if you are a good candidate and ask for an explanation to why? Ask to see similar comparisons. 6. What is the state of your donor region and how many grafts does the doc feel can be safely harvested in one session and via multiple surgeries / methods? 7. Gain an estimate of how many grafts you require now and also how many are likely to be required in the futured based on your goal. 8. How good your donor laxity and how you can improve this prior to surgery IF required. can they demonstrate 9. Make sure you discuss YOUR exact goals (hairline, temples, forelock, crown, hair density, hair coverage, etc) 10. Ask how many grafts the doctor will use in your balding area 11.Ask if your goals are reasonable and if they can be met with your hair characterisitcs. 12. Establish how suitable you are for a HT in their opinon. 13. Very importantly ask if you can meet or talk to previous patients in similar circumstances to yourself. Also ask to see testimonials and plenty of photos. 14.Ask about costs involved eg. prices of consults(if applicable), amounts per graft and additional aftercare, medications etc as most clinics vary from some degree and its good to know exactly where you stand! 15. Can I get a reduced fee for short notice surgery? Travel reimbursement?and ask how long their wating list is. 16. Discuss medications such as propecia and finasteride to help prevent further loss. Ask if they can perscribe? 17. Does this hair transplant clinic dissect hair grafts from the strip using a microscope? 18. Ask about post op and pre op instructions. Can you have a list (hardcopy) 19. Can you record the entire consultation? If no, walk out. 20. Have they had any HT surgery? If so who with? Red flags "Just had a cancellation and we can see you next week." Discounts Special deals Cold calling by consultants or doctors No results to show No patients to speak to or see Small number of staff ____ Feel free to visit my website: SpexHair Representative and Patient Advisor for: Dr. Bijan Feriduni, Coalition Member,Dr. Alan Feller, Coalition Member , Dr. William Lindsey, Coalition Member and Dr. Scott Alexander, Coalition Member I am not a medical professional and my words should not be taken as medical advice. All opinions and views shared are my own. I am salaried by all the surgeons I work for.
  8. hi all, my name is Rahul and i am from India. I have had 2 Hair Transplants Till Now. Both in India, with different doctors. First HT = FUT 2000 Grafts. Second HT = FUE 3000 Grafts (Grafts count, both time, as said by the doctors, but in India they are not ethical, and say something else, and do something else) Now, My Whole STORY : I have had 2 HT's till now and my age right now is 27 and a half. I know this age is too early to have 2 Ht's but i was totally naive and less educated. Plus you feel the anxiety to have an HT when your hair starts loosing rapidly, which happened with me. My first HT was FUT, to make the receded hairline come back to normal ( to make the hairline ). It looked fine to begin with, but within 2 years when the hair on the back of the hairline started thinning more and i was left with the transplanted hairline in the front, it became very evident that the Doctor who performed my HT was terrible, as he had Transplanted a totally unnatural Hairline with the temples way too ahead and that looked very awkward. The doctor's Name was Dr. Amit Gupta from Advance Hair Studio, Mumbai, India. At this point i would like to tell you all that never have any hair treatment at Advanced Hair Studios ( AHS ). They are only good in advertisements, not at all good in hair treatments. And to top it over, Dr. Amit Gupta is terrible, He does not at all thinks about the possible outcomes a young person can have due to a bad HT. These people are only interested in money. Okay, so now i was 25, and i was having a totally UN-natural hairline and an FUT Strip Scar. And to top it over my crown hair started falling too. I felt restless and i wanted another HT. Also i want to let you know that i am an actor by profession, so for me, having good hair was important, otherwise i could have waited for another hair transplant. I used Toppik to survive, it helped me fine. But i decided not now. I wanted a good Ht now. I had work to pursue and that requires me to be looking good with a healthy mop of hair, Genuine Hair. So, i decided, i am going to have another HT. My motive this time was to : 1. have density in the hairline and to make it look natural 2. to correct the temples 3. also to fill in the crown I searched online and youtube, and i found one Dr. Gaurang Krishna, of Medlinks, New Delhi, India, whose work i liked. So, i went ahead and did a consultation with him. I told him about everything i wanted to achieve by this HT. He said okay, he will : 1. Give density and correct/repair the previous HT (only the hairline) to make it look natural. 2. he said he cannot correct the temples, and let it be that way. 3. for the crown, he said to wait for more 3 to 4 years as there is a chance of more hair fall there. And by the time he will give me PRP sessions to try to make my crown hair come back Now, i was in doubt, to do the HT or not, this time it was going to be a FUE procedure. After thinking for some time i went ahead with him as i thought atleast the hairline would be natural and have more density, and i can use toppik at the crown till the PRP Sessions work. It all made sense to me at that time (and i regret that today, as in the heat of things and in anxiety to make things better i forgot that the donor is limited, i got to give it at a doctors hand who is the best in the business and can fix all the things, atleast could have fixed my temples, if not the crown ). So, he did the FUE HT and i was on a waiting period then, to finish the 12 months and let the hair grow to see the final outcome. In this time i started other work / other than acting and thought after i grow hair i would be back at it, as that was my forte. The only good thing within this time was that my other work flourished and it helped me keep off the tensions related to my hair! Now 12-13 months passed, and the results of the latest FUE surgery were there, which i can see, but to my bad luck, it was not good, and not as i thought. What result i got : 1. Density was not as good as i wanted. Natural hairline was still not attained, the doctor only filled up as much he could in directionless manner. So, it was still very unnatural, with very less density. 2. temples were as decided, left alone, adding to the UN-naturalness appearance. 3. i had 3 PRP sessions, but they didn't work. I guess they did not know how to prepare a PRP in the first place, as if it would have been done correctly , some or the other benefits i would have gotten. But Nothing i got! Again i would say, Indian HT standards are way below the world. 4. The worst thing about this procedure was loosing some more hair from my Donor Area, which i might have used better if given those to an experienced surgeon. So, Now, what next, as i am, as on 19 April 2017, about to be 27 and a half years old, and i have an acting career to pursue. I also have some very good Film offers lined up from 2017 end and so much more Acting work which i can do. Till now, in my successful previous time at acting, before the 2nd HT (FUE, 2 YEARS BACK) i have managed to show good hair on camera, either by using Toppik, or by using partial Hair Systems. But Now i don't want to fake. I have researched a lot in this time and i have found answers to my questions. Mainly because of these online forums such as hairrestorationnetwork.com or baldtruthtalk.com etc and i am fully aware of what can be done. Also, in these last 2 years i have made friends with some of the Top actors here, and many of them have an HT, So natural, So good looking, Now i know that GOOD HAIR TRANSPLANTS can be achieved (but not in India). And after asking them, that how have they done it, all of them said that they have had an HT in U.S.A or in Europe. This was the affirmation i wanted, and i have it now. From the Last 4 months i have been in contact with some of the best HT Surgeons Offices in U.S.A and Europe and i have finally decided to have a 3rd HT and this time not to regret. The best part till now in my case, as i see is that i still have a good donor area and my hair has stopped falling( thanks to using Finasteride and Biotin, and healthy lifestyle habits {No smoking, eating well etc } ). I have decided on Doctor Bijan Feriduni, and at this point i totally think that he is among the best in the world. And i also have an HT Appointment in June from him. So, i'd be going to Belgium for the 3rd HT and i am super excited. Shall keep you posted with my Hair pics and the procedure.
  9. FUE performed on a 37 year old Caucasian male with: - NW II Class T - Donor density of 72 FU/cm2 in the temporal donor region and 88 FU/cm2 in the parietal donor region - Hair diameter of ~60-74 µm - ‘Wrong-placed’ transplants and linear scar from a previous procedure in 2010 (ex domo) Treatment plan: - 1st FUE treatment with 2400-2800 FU to reconstruct the entire hairline - 2nd FUE treatment with 300-500 FU to fill in the existing linear scar Performed procedures: 1st Treatment (April 27th, 2015) A Follicular Unit Extraction with 1744 FU * 640 single hair FU * 1104 double hair FU * No triple hair FU Ʃ: 1744 FU Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.8mm – 0.85mm) 2nd Treatment (February 4th, 2016) A Follicular Unit Extraction with 310 FU * 100 single hair FU * 210 double hair FU * No triple hair FU Ʃ: 310 FU Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.8mm – 0.85mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  10. FUE performed on a 36 year old Caucasian male with: - A diffuse hair loss pattern - Donor density of 88 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 96 FU/cm2 in the parietal region - Hair diameter of ~54-58 µm Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 2700-3200 FU to reconstruct the hairline, the central core and the beginning of the bridge. A medical therapy with finasteride 1mg to prevent permanent postoperative shock loss and further hair loss in the crown area. Performed procedure (December 3rd, 2015): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 2852 FU: - 500 single hair FU - 1376 double hair FU - 976 triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.80mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.85mm) In this patient’s case, there has been a considerable improvement in hair thickness and -growth in the crown area due to the medical therapy with finasteride 1mg. The crown area has not been addressed during the hair transplant procedure, the whole improvement in the crown area (all new hairs) is a result of the effect of finasteride. Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  11. Recently I visited several hair transplant clinics in Europe that I believed were potentially on pare with the very best clinics in North America. I'm glad to report that some of these European clinics lived up to my best hopes. In short, hair loss sufferers in the UK and Continental Europe, in my opinion, do not need to fly to North America to get truly world class ultra refined hair transplant results. Prior to my trip to Europe I did extensive research on hair transplant clinics throughout Europe. Many clinics were immediately scratched off the list of clinics worth considering or visiting based on their use of outdated techniques and poor patient results. Over the years I have had the benefit of corresponding with many European patients who shared their experiences. These first hand accounts were valuable in identifying those clinics who provided consistently good results. In general the European patient based discussion forums tended to have a negative opinion of hair transplant clinics and physicians in Spain, Italy, France and Germany, while many patients on these forums suggested traveling to Belgium or the UK to get state of the art hair transplantation. These forums are listed below as resources for those based in Europe who speak Spanish, German, Dutch and French. Haarweb: Dutch speaking web forum focused entirely on hair transplantation. Alopezie: German language forum about hair transplantation Doctissimo: French speaking forum about hair loss and hair transplantation. Stop Hair Loss Now - This English language site/forum is UK based. Spanish language Hair Loss Information website http://www.recuperarelpelo.com Based on my research, I tend to agree that Belgium and the UK seem to have the best hair transplant clinics in Europe, some of which are on pare with the leading clinics in North America. I'm also impressed by the work and technique of the Transmed clinic based in Istanbul, Turkey. To see their website, click here . However, I did not have the opportunity to visit this clinic on this trip. However, no person or group of people can have perfect or definitive information about the quality of work being done at all clinics throughout Europe. Thus while I did not find any clinics in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Germany, Greece, Austria, etc. that appeared compelling enough to merit a visit, it is possible that I might not be aware of such clinics. Thus I chose to visit the following clinics which I thought looked most promising in Europe: Dr. Jean DeVroye ??“ Brussels, Belgium Dr. Bijan Feriduni ??“ Hasselt, Belgium Pro Hair Clinic in Belgium Note ??“ Dr. Bisanga, with the BHR clinic in Brussels, looked impressive. However, he was in the USA during my visit and thus not available to let me observe his surgery. Farjo Medical Centre in Manchester, England (Physicians Drs. Bessam and Nilofer Farjo) Rogers clinic in London (physicians ??“ Dr. Rogers and Dr. Stevenson) Highlights from Pat's Visit to Leading Clinics in Belgium: Based upon the impressive work that I witnessed in Belgium, this small country in particular appears to be a hotbed of world class hair transplantation. Brussels is centrally located and easy to access, which is perhaps one of the reasons that Brussels is the capitol city of European Union as well as NATO. The world class work that I see being done in Belgium is so compelling that I recommend that Germans, French, Spanish and other Europeans strongly consider traveling to Belgium to get world class hair transplant services. The Belgians, in particular the Flemish people outside of Brussels, are also very multi lingual with many of them speaking English, French and German in addition to Flemish. Visit to Dr. Jean DeVroye's hair transplant clinic in Brussels, Belgium I have known Dr. DeVroye for several years. In fact we both attended our first hair conference in Paris ten years ago ??“ me as a show case patient of Dr. Ron Shapiro and Dr. DeVroye as physician who was aspiring to become a great hair transplant surgeon. We'll after ten years of hard work and dedication; I believe that Dr. DeVroye has succeeded. He has really paid his dues over the years ??“ observing and working extensively with leading hair transplant surgeons in North America, attending international hair restoration meetings and more recently becoming an important contributor and teacher in his own right. Having seen him perform surgery and discussed the finer details of his surgery I believe that Dr. DeVroye is both an artist and a skilled hair transplant surgeon. He strives for perfection and it shows in his staff, the procedure and in the final patient results. His procedure is one of the most minimally invasive, refined and clean procedures that I have every seen. His staff also seems to share his enthusiasm and commitment to excellence. They work together as a team harmoniously and their all microscopic graft cutting and placing are second to none in my opinion. I had the honor of watching three of Dr. DeVroye's ultra refined follicular unit procedures over three days and I was very impressed at all stages of the procedure. It simply doesn't get any better any where. Dr. DeVroye has been recommended on the Hair Transplant Network (see his profile ) for the past few years. But after seeing the level of he and his staff's work I think he should be considered for membership in the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians. Frankly, I think he has really earned a place amongst the best of the best. To see photos of these procedures and to read my highlights, click here . His website also provides a wealth of great information in multiple languages, including immediate post op photos and examples of his trichophytic closure. Visit to Dr. Bijan Ferduni hair transplant clinic in Hasselt, Belgium After having spent the last ten years searching for the very best hair transplant physicians, it's rare to discover an outstanding physician who is not on our community. When it happens it's as exciting as finding a giant gem after digging through rocks for days. That excitement is what I felt after watching Dr. Feriduni and his staff perform truly refined follicular unit grafting. Their attention to detail, donor closure, microscopic graft cutting and graft placing were all excellent. His trichophytic closure technique was one of the most refined that I've ever seen. Dr. Feriduni offers his patients both ultra refined follicular unit grafting and follicular unit extraction (FUE), with many of his FUE cases exceeding 1,000 grafts in one day. Dr. Feriduni provides free and very personable consultations in English, French, German and Flemmish. I look forward to making more information available about Dr. Feriduni and his outstanding clinic. To see highlights from my visit to his clinic, click here . Visit to the ProHair FUE hair transplant clinic in Mechelen, Belgium In May of 2007 at the ESHRS meeting in Paris Dr. Ilter announced to his colleagues that he was regularly performing FUE mega sessions of up to 3,000 grafts per day with follicle transaction rates that he believes are under 1 percent, while using punches that are as small as 0.6mm. Such claims certainly raised some eyebrows and skepticism among many of his colleagues. Dr. Ilter responded by inviting his physician colleagues to visit him at either the Pro Hair Clinic in Belgium or the Ilter clinic in Stockholm, Sweden to watch him do it. Bart, who posts on our forum as "Bverotti" and who works as a patient consultant for the Pro Hair Clinic, also announced this claim on this and other discussion forums. He was also met with skepticism. Bart extended an invitation to me to visit the Pro Hair Clinic to see for myself. Having watched FUE be born and heavily oversold on the Internet years ago, I've always been skeptical of its value given its relative high cost, shaving of the entire donor area, small session sizes and potential for follicle transaction and damage. However, if most of these limitations were over come I'd be the first to want to see it for myself. If FUE could indeed be done in mega sessions with minimal follicle transaction and cosmetically undetectable scars due to the tiny 0.6 and 0.7mm punches then this would make the procedure much more viable and appealing. So I did visit the Pro Hair Clinic during my time in Belgium. Unfortunately, the surgery that was scheduled during the day of my visit was canceled unexpectedly by the patient. I would have really liked to stand by and watch them do a 1,500 plus graft session in one day. However, I did have an opportunity to meet with Bart and visit the Pro Hair Clinic. Bart is a true believer in FUE mega sessions and had FUE surgery with Dr. Jones in Toronto and more recently he did a one day FUE session of 1,850 grafts with Dr. Ilter. I enjoyed meeting with Bart and found him to have a genuine enthusiasm for the big session FUE surgeries. When he showed me the 0.6 and 0.7mm punches that they use I was amazed at how small they were. To see photos of these punches and the clinic, click here. Hard to imagine that such tiny punches could successfully extract one hair follicles let alone two and three hair ones with transaction rates of less than one percent. But Bart claims that the physicians, who do FUE all day every day, develop the ability to feel their way around the follicle as they rotate the punch down and around the follicles. While Dr. Ilter does on occasion perform surgery at the Pro Hair Clinic in Belgium, he primarily does the majority of his surgeries at his Ilter Clinic in Stockholm, Sweden. The majority of FUE surgeries performed at the Pro Hair Clinic are performed by Dr. DeReys, who was trained by Dr. Ilter. While I will remain skeptical until I see more evidence of the success of such FUE mega sessions I will keep an open mind. After all, I remember when most physicians resisted the early strip mega sessions that were 1,500 grafts ??“ claiming that the scalp could not support such giant sessions and that such tiny grafts could not possibly create density. Dr. Bill Rassman's response to such nay saying is a classic ??“ "Those who say it can't be done should not stand in the way of those who are doing it everyday." FUE mega sessions? Have they really arrived? I expect we will all know much more in the months to come. Highlights from Pat's Visit to Leading Clinics in the United Kingdom: Over the years the UK has earned a reputation online for generally providing outdated, sub pare and even harmful hair transplant results. Most of the UK hair transplant clinics in my opinion simply provide sub pare techniques and results. However, I believe there are two clinics in the UK that are heads and shoulders above the rest of the UK clinics. I chose to visit these two, while the other clinics in my opinion and in the opinion of many others were not worth visiting. These two UK based clinics are the Roger's clinic and the Farjo Medical Centre. Visit to the Farjo Medical Centre in Manchester, England After watching Dr. Bessam Farjo and his wife Dr. Nilofer Farjo and their staff in action over two days and two impressive ultra refined surgeries, I was very pleased to see that they have successfully incorporated all of the most important recent advances in hair restoration into their clinic and procedure. All of their grafts are carefully trimmed under microscopes, with Dr. Nilofer Farjo closely supervising the medical technicians, while cutting and placing grafts herself. Both Bessam and Nilofer also create all the carefully oriented and minimally invasive graft incisions using custom cut blades that are as small as 0.7mm. Their use of small incisions enables their patients to achieve greater density in a single session, while experiencing quicker healing. They take a team approach to the surgery with all hands on deck and working well together. Given the size and skill of the team the clinic can perform large sessions in excess of 3,000 grafts when appropriate for the patient. They typically limit themselves to one patient a day to achieve an optimal level of care. Their donor strip removal and trichophytic closure are also very state of the art with care taken to minimize any follicle transaction or scarring in the donor area. In short, in my opinion, the quality of care and service being provided by the Farjo clinic is on pare with leading clinics in North America. To view highlights from the two days that I observed surgery at the Farjo Medical Centre, click here . Visit to the Rogers Clinic in London and Stratford-Upon-Avon Recently in reading the UK based hair loss forum, Stop Hair Loss Now, I was impressed by how forth right Dr. Rogers was in responding to the concerns of UK patients and hair loss suffers. His willingness to engage in open dialog on this forum and be publicly accountable for his patient results, as well as share his own recent hair transplant experience online has earned him a degree of respect with the members of this forum and with me. After speaking with Dr. Rogers by telephone and learning that he was adopting leading edge refinements such as using tiny custom cut blades as small as 0.8mm and moving toward bigger high density sessions, I decided to visit his clinic and observe him and his lovely associate, Dr. Alexandra Stevenson, performing surgery.After learning that Dr. Rogers was moving toward adopting leading edge refinements such as using tiny custom cut blades as small as 0.8mm and moving toward bigger high density sessions, I decided to visit his clinic and observe him and his lovely associate, Dr. Alexandra Stevenson, performing surgery. After visiting with them over two days, my impression of Dr. Rogers, Dr. Stevenson and their staff is that they are ethical and striving to do quality work for their patients. Dr. Rogers is well aware of the ultra refined surgical techniques being used by the leading hair transplant clinics in North America and has made progress in recent years in implementing some of these evolutions in technique, including smaller and less invasive incisions. Dr. Rogers and Dr. Stevenson also take great care in how they remove the donor tissue and they do a double layer trichophytic closure. However, they are still not doing all microscopic dissection. They do use microscopes for trimming the donor strip into smaller sections (a process referred to as "slivering") and for some of the grafts. Yet most of the techs are only using back lighting with eye loops or no loops at all. In my opinion, based on observation, published studies and input from dozens of leading physicians, all microscopic graft dissection is important if a clinic is going to successfully perform ultra refined follicular unit grafting with optimal results. I hope that they will adopt all microscopic dissection in the coming months. If they do, I think that their procedure has the potential to be world class. Dr. Roger's has over ten years experience in performing hair transplantation and performs sessions of up to 3,000 all follicular unit grafts. Dr. Stevenson has been doing hair transplantation for over two years and learned her techniques from Dr. Rogers. While the quality of her work is very high, her session sizes are typically limited to around 1,500 grafts. In my opinion, if she aspires to be competitive online on a world wide playing field she will need to move beyond her comfort zone and perform bigger sessions when appropriate for her patients. In general I believe that the Rogers Clinic and its committed staff are doing vastly better hair transplantation than other hair transplant clinics in the UK, with the exception of the Farjo Clinic. I expect that they will in time rise to the challenge of doing all microscopic dissection in the coming months. I look forward to monitoring their progress and patient reports and in time recommending them on our community once they meet our high standards (To view our standards for recommendation, visit http://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physicia...tion-physicians.asp). To view highlights and photos from my two day visit, click here . Hair Transplant Clinics in Ireland Dr. Maurice Collins - Dublin I visited Dr. Maurice Collins' clinic in Dublin about two years ago when he was in the early stages of establishing his hair restoration clinic at the Black Rock Clinic. Previously Dr. Collins had been very diligent in attending all the major hair transplant conferences and visiting leading clinics to learn about the optimal procedures and techniques. Dr. Collins spared no expense in setting up a state of the art facility with a quality staff. While his procedure looked solid and physicians visiting more recently have spoken highly of his procedure, I find that his prices are very high - as much as 20,000 euros ($28,000) for a 2,000 graft session. He also charges 250 euros for his consultations. Given such high prices I could not in good conscious recommend his clinic. Dr. Conor Kiely - Cork I met Dr. Kiely at some of the international hair transplant meetings in recent years. He impressed me as having a genuine interest in learning about the best hair transplant techniques and procedures. He also invested time in visiting with some of the leading hair transplant surgeons in North America, including Dr. Ron Shapiro and Dr. David Seager. Judging from his website he appears to be performing state of the art follicular unit hair transplantation. But I have gotten very little feedback from his patients. However, I had made travel arrangements and booked flights to observe his surgery at his clinic in Cork, Ireland. Unfortunately, he experienced a family emergency and was not available on the day I was to visit. If any patients of his would care to share their experiences on this forum or with me by email I encourage them to do so.
  12. FUE performed on a 31 year old Caucasian male with: - Norwood Type II Class N - Donor density of 80 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 88-92 FU/cm2 in the parietal region - Hair diameter of ~60-62 µm Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 2200 FU to reconstruct the entire hairline in a conservative design. Performed procedure (December 12th, 2015): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 2240 FU: - 427 single hair FU - 1060 double hair FU - 753 triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.80mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.85mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  13. (8 years after 1st FUT and 3 years after 2nd FUT) FUT performed on a 43 year old Caucasian male with: - NW II beg. III (1st FUT) => NW IV beg. V (2nd FUT) - Donor density of 84 FU/cm2 in the occipital region and 76 FU/cm2 in the parietal region - Hair diameter of ~54-58 microns Treatment plan: - Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation to reconstruct the entire hairline, central core, temporal peaks and beginning bridge - 2nd Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation to add density to zone the hairline, central core and vertex Performed procedures 1st procedure (June 6th, 2008): A Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation with 2000 FU * 579 single hair FU * 995 double hair FU * 426 triple hair FUE Trichophytic Closure technique in double layer suture; Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.7 mm – 0.9mm). 2nd procedure (February 28th, 2013): A Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation with 3963 FU * 497 single hair FU * 2945 double hair FU * 521 triple hair FU Trichophytic Closure technique in double layer suture; Parallel incisions in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.7 mm – 0.9mm). Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  14. The first World FUE Institute Workshop put on by the World FUE Institute (WFI) took place in the Canary Islands, Spain on Nov. 11-13, 2016.This newly formed society consists of hair transplant physicians from across the globe that place special emphasis on the advancement of FUE.The Institute exists to further the study of FUE and to form an educational space for physicians to further the field.Dr. Jose Lorenzo of Spain and Dr. Koray Erdogan of Turkey are the current president and vice president of the organization.They worked tirelessly to put together an excellent educational offering.Drs. Alejandro Chueco, Antonio Ruston, Alex Ginzburg, Bijan Feriduni, Hussain Rahal, Emorane Lupanzula, and Ron Shapiro were the other members of the faculty who each delivered countless lectures and performed surgeries in the afternoons. The location was ideal for the meeting and took place on the Spanish island of Tenerife off the coast of Africa. The weather was comfortable and the beaches along the coast were beautiful.There was a good turnout for a first meeting with around 50 physicians in attendance.I was honored to have attended and to have been asked to perform one of the live surgeries during the workshop. Day 1 started with an incredible amount of activity.In the morning there were a tremendous amount of educational lectures aimed at not only the beginning FUE surgeon but also those more advanced.There were lectures about the various types of FUE devices currently available as well as those being developed.Dr. Chueco discussed the different types of individual punches and how one can differentiate one size and type from another.Those in attendance were introduced to a new and exciting FUE device from Dr. Trivillini called the Mamba.It uses suction to stabilize the graft and also vibration to free it from the underlying tissues.Dr. Shapiro discussed the new motorized flat device from Dr. Jean DeVroye called the WAW.This device marries the ease and precision of a sharp punch with the transection-limiting nature of a blunt punch, giving a large percentage of high quality grafts. Drs. Erdogan and Lorenzo discussed a new topic in FUE planning called “Coverage Value.” This topic is sure to become very common for all FUE physicians in their surgical planning for the patient in the near future.The idea here is that the patient prior to surgery will be assigned a number based on their hair caliber, density and area of donor.Using this number (coverage value), the physician can determine how many procedures need to be done in a certain area to give a desired effect.Also, and just as importantly, the patient can find out how many grafts can safely be transplanted in their lifetime. There were talks given later that morning concerning the best way to place FUE grafts. Some physicians use forceps while an ever growing number of others are using implanters.The pros and cons of each were discussed.Finally, a description of the various types of FUE devices (manual, motorized, flat) was given prior to the actual live surgical observation. The first afternoon consisted of one case performed by Dr. Lorenzo. The interesting aspect of this case was that he used 4 different types of FUE devices on the same patient.He used the manual, Mamba, blunt, and WAW (DeVroye) systems. Day 2 again started very early with lectures.The first lectures from Dr. Ruston discussed ways of increasing the speed and efficiency of FUE extractions.Later some lectures went over potential complications of doing very large sessions (gigasessions of 4000+). Some of the talks dealt with the rising wave of poor quality work that is being done by inexperienced clinics throughout the world. There were a few lectures on how to tackle these cases and how to go about correcting poor work that was done.FUE into scars was a topic covered as well as using SMP (scalp micropigmentation) into areas. The afternoon consisted of 4 different patients performed by 4 different surgeons. The attendees were able to move about from room to room asking the various surgeons specific questions along the way.Dr. Ginzburg used his cordless motorized sharp device and placed those grafts with implanters.A manual technique with the patient in the upright seated position was demonstrated by Dr. Erdogan.He followed this by showing his new device called the “Keep” to assist in placing the grafts with forceps.Dr. Ruston used a motorized sharp system to extract while showing how he does the stick-and-place for placing the grafts.Finally, Dr. Feriduni also used a manual device with both an oscillation and non-oscillation technique to remove the grafts. Day 3 started with a discussion of the ethical way of performing hair transplantation on patients.Physicians also heard a lecture by Dr. Ruston about the “Red Flags,” or things that all surgeons need to be on the lookout for to avoid performing surgery on a poor candidate.There were also a few interesting lectures about body hair transplantation.Beard and body hair were discussed as alternate sources of donor in addition to the scalp.A specialized technique for eyelash transplantation was demonstrated by Dr. Feriduni. Poor growth and the depletion of the donor area was a topic of discussion as well. There was talk about ways to improve growth and to diminish poor yield in all FUE patients.Dr. Shapiro delivered his popular hairline talk showing the proper planning and placement of a natural-appearing hairline.Other physician speakers discussed their different techniques in designing an age-appropriate hairline. The final day of the workshop ended with another 4 surgeries performed by 4 surgeons. Dr. Lorenzo demonstrated the manual sharp technique on his patient.These grafts were placed with implanters which is common in his clinic.Dr. David Josephitis demonstrated the new WAW flat motorized device in another patient.This new device contains a foot pedal with adjustable speed and oscillation which allows the physician to tailor the speed and movement of the punch to minimize the transection rate and maximize the number of quality grafts.Drs. Lupanzula and Cueco demonstrated their techniques followed by the use of implanters for their cases. Overall, the first workshop of the WFI was a success.Ideas were openly shared in a friendly and collegial atmosphere.Many physicians walked away with new ideas and techniques to try out in their own clinics.
  15. FUE performed on a 53 year old Caucasian male with: - Norwood Type V Class T - Donor density of 72 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 92 FU/cm2 in the occipital region - Hair diameter of ~64-70 µm Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 3000 FU to reconstruct the entire hairline, central core, the lateral humps and bridge. Still planned: A 2nd Follicular Unit Extraction with 1500-2000 FU to reconstruct the crown area in low/medium density. Performed procedure (September 29th, 2015): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 3440 FU: * 681 single hair FU * 1634 double hair FU * 1125 triple hair FU * HGI (hair per graft index)= 2.13 Extraction performed with a 0.80mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts; Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.9mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  16. FUE performed on a 32 year old Caucasian male with: - Norwood Type II-III Class N/T - Donor density of 80 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 96 FU/cm2 in the occipital region - Hair diameter of ~55-60 µm Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 2400-2800 FU to reconstruct the entire hairline and the temporal recessions. Performed procedure (July 7th, 2015): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 2626 FU: - 246 single hair FU - 1886 double hair FU - 494 triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.80mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.85mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  17. FUE performed on a 40 year old Caucasian male with: - NW II-III Class N - Donor density of 88 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 96 FU/cm2 in the occipital region - Hair diameter of ~52-58 µm Treatment plan: - 1st FUE procedure with 1500 follicular units to reconstruct the hairline and fill in the temporal recessions; - 2nd FUE procedure with 1500-2000 follicular units to add density to the hairline, temporal recessions and central core region. 1st procedure (October 10th, 2010): A Follicular Unit Extraction with 1544 FU * 462 single hair FU * 721 double hair FU * 361 triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.9mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.8mm – 0.9mm) 2nd procedure (December 8th, 2014): A Follicular Unit Extraction with 2134 FU * 400 single hair FU * 1420 double hair FU * 314 triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.8mm – 0.85mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  18. FUE performed on a 41 year old Caucasian male with: - Norwood Type III-IV ant. Class T - Donor density of 68-72 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 88 FU/cm2 in the occipital region - Hair diameter of ~68-78 µm Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 2200-2400 FU to reconstruct the hairline and frontal third. Performed procedure (March 5th, 2015): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 3034 FU: - 542 single hair FU - 1979 double FU - 513 triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.9mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  19. FUE performed on a 33 year old Caucasian male with: - NW Type II Class N - Donor density of 56 FU/cm2 - Hair diameter of ~49-54 µm - Linear scar from a former procedure in 2011 (ex domo) Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 1800-2000 FU to restore the entire hairline. Performed procedure (December 17th, 2013): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 1507 FU - 307 single hair FU - 1200 double and triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.80mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.80mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  20. Thanks thatoldchestnut for the compliment! To Newbie33 and Pelo123: 'Ex domo' literally means 'out of house' so his first procedure was indeed performed at a different clinic. To answer Newbie33 's question: this patient wasn't keen on having a second strip surgery due to the discomfort and longer recovery period of a strip surgery so he opted for FUE. To Spanker: the result of his first surgery was nice and his scar looked very good so it was indeed more an enhancement on his previous result and not so much a repair case. Kind regards, Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  21. FUE performed on a 23 year old Caucasian male with: - Norwood Type I - Donor density of 76-80 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 92 FU/cm2 in the occipital region - Hair diameter of ~64-72 µm Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 1200-1400 FU to balance the symmetry between the left and right temporal recession and to reconstruct the temporal peaks. Performed procedure (March 3th, 2015): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 1401 FU: - 507 single hair FU - 693 double hair FU - 201 triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.85mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  22. FUE performed on a 45 year old Caucasian male with: - Ludwig Classification Type II - Donor density of 62-68 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 70-74 FU/cm2 in the occipital region - Hair diameter of ~72-78 µm Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 3200-3600 FU to reconstruct and add density to his frontal half (zone 2+ 3 +4) Performed procedure (June 10th, 2015): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 3651 FU: - 459 single hair FU - 3192 double and triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.85mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  23. FUE performed on a 70 year old Caucasian male with: - NW VI Class T-P - Donor density of 64-68 FU/cm2 in the temporal region and 72-78 FU/cm2 in the occipital region - Hair diameter of ~54-60 µm Treatment plan: A Follicular Unit Extraction with 2000-2500 FU to reframe the patient’s face by reconstructing his hairline and frontal third. Performed procedure (April 10th, 2014): A Follicular Unit Extraction procedure with 2426 FU: - 617 single hair FU - 1809 double and triple hair FU Extraction performed with a 0.85mm FUE punch with CIT Manual Punch Handle. No microscopic preparation of the follicular unit grafts (FUE); Parallel incisions (single, double and triple units) were made in custom-sized blades technique (~Cutting Edge blades of 0.75mm – 0.85mm) Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  24. Thank you Wwiizzkkiidd24, johnboy71 and johnny2000 for your positive comments on this patient's case! @johnboy71: he indeed has a second FUE surgery with 2000 FU scheduled this year to address the crown region Dr. Bijan Feriduni
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