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  1. BHR Clinic Dr. Christian BISANGA Age: 53 Technique: FUE Medication: Minoxidil 3 months after surgery to help crown Donor densities: 70 FUs/cm2. Most of FU of 1-2 hairs Miniaturization on donor area: No Hair Caliber: Medium-Fine Previous surgeries: No Total FU used:- 3003 * FU breakdown:- 1s 1249 2s 1306 3s 444 4s 4 TOTAL: 3003 That means 3003 FU = 5209 Hairs. Average = 1,73 hairs/FU. The goal of this surgery was to rebuild whole frontal area, including a new hair line. All the pictures, except the surgery ones, were provided by the patient. Pre-post surgery 6 Months 0-6 Months process Regards,
  2. Hello everyone, Today is the 2 month anniversary of my 1700 FUE with Dr. Konior on October 19th. I've been a long time lurker of these forums and not much of a participant, but I've been researching hair transplants for years ever since I started to lose my hair back when I was about 20 years old. This year, I finally decided to pull the trigger. Background I first started losing my hair at age 20. This was very stressful and a huge hit to my self confidence, and I started doing everything I could to combat the loss. Unfortunately I had read far too much about negative side effects from Propecia and did not start it right away (huge mistake that I still regret). Instead, I used methods with very low effectiveness such as the laser comb and Nioxin. 4 years later, with my hair loss getting worse, I finally decided to see a dermatologist to talk about Propecia and he greatly eased my concerns about the drug. Told me that the vast majority of his patients have zero side effects, and that I should start immediately. I ordered generic finasteride online and started it right away along with Rogaine foam and 2x / week Nizoral. Within just a month, I noticed tons of new hairs coming back. A year later, I recovered more than 50% of what I lost, and at the time I was ecstatic. Since then, my hair loss has remained mostly stable, and I honestly can't tell if I've lost any more hair over the past 10 years. But I was still very much bothered by having a see-through hairline, and because of a bald spot in the front center of my head that never recovered, I always had to comb my hair to the center as a mini combover to cover the loss (pic below). Choosing Dr. Konior Like I said, I've been on this forum for years, and I have not seen a single bad result from Dr. Konior, or any unhappy patients. Also, I had emailed Dr. Konior 4 years ago for a virtual consultation, and he was by far the most communicative and thorough in his responses to me. I had also considered Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Dorin, and Dr. Wesley. This year, I decided it was time book a procedure. I had the money saved up and I was completely ready to go. Dr. Konior had been concerned about the quality of my donor area in the initial consultation via email. I had taken photos in very bright light and in the photos my donor area looked sparse. To make sure this wasn't an issue, I took a day trip to Chicago just to meet with Dr. Konior and have a proper in-person consultation earlier this summer. I was told that I was a good candidate and that I would need somewhere between 1000-2000 grafts to recreate the hairline and densify the frontal region. During this consultation, my decision to go with Dr. Konior was solidified. He was direct, upfront, extremely knowledgeable, and very detail-oriented. If I had to choose one word to describe him, I would say "perfectionist". I was originally booked for May 2019, but luckily a cancelation came up and I was able to get a spot for much earlier. The Day Of The Operation Long story short, having an operation with Dr. Konior and his staff was honestly the best medical experience I've ever had. Everyone was so professional, meticulous, and kind throughout the whole day - and for the 2 days of follow-up - that I was completely blown away. I won't get into all of the details (unless anybody has specific questions) but one thing that immediately impressed me was that Dr. Konior must have spent an hour just drawing and redesigning my hairline until he thought it was absolutely perfect. Like I said, perfectionist. I sat there still and quiet just letting the master do his work. When I finally got a mirror and was able to see the line he drew, I was thrilled. It was EXACTLY what I wanted, a slightly lower hairline, drawn naturally, with a bit filled in at the temples. It was a very, very long day. I arrived at the office at 6am and I didn't get back to the Comfort Suites hotel until around 10:30pm. It was virtually pain free and even the numbing injections didn't really bother me. The hardest part was having to sit still for long periods of time, as it was tough to find a comfortable position. After some trial and error, I figured out what worked for me and the rest was pretty easy. The First 2 Months Aside from the embarrassment of walking through the airport looking like a mutant, and constantly worrying about hitting my head on something, the first couple weeks of post-op care was pretty easy overall. Dr. Konior's instructions were very well laid out and I didn't really have any issues aside from some general anxiety about losing / damaging grafts. The one thing that is more difficult than I anticipated, even after being a member of this forum for years, is the ugly duckling phase. Most of the grafts shed by Week 3 and I also had some shock loss in the recipient area, leaving me with a very awkward, uneven look which you can see in my photos. I've been in hiding from most of my friends for the last couple months and only now starting to feel more confident going out to social events, even though my hair looks worse than ever. Other than that, I'm patiently waiting for the growth to start. I think I've already seen some sprouts here and there, but nothing substantial at all, and of course it's far too early for that anyway. I'm just happy that at this point, since my native hair is getting longer each week, I'm looking less like a freak and more like a guy with bad frontal loss. Photos This is what I know most people want to see, and I've been taking photos regularly since the operation to keep track of my progress. The photos are presented in the following order: - Pre-op dry - Pre-op wet - Pre-op in sunlight - Pre-op at an angle - Pre-op combover - Night of operation - Day 1 - Day 1 donor area - Week 1 - Week 2 - Week 3 (notice the shedding!) - Week 4 - Week 4 donor (very happy with how undetectable this looks at this length) - Month 2 In my last pic, the one from today, the whole top of my head was trimmed by my barber to try to even it out and match it with the thinness in the front of my head. Normally that area looks a lot thicker. Well, that's all for now! Special thanks to everyone on this forum, but particularly guys like Spanker, 1978matt, and Reyes1 who posted extensively about their experiences with Dr. Konior. I'm sure I am missing other Dr. Konior patients who have posted on here, and thanks to you as well, but I can't remember all the usernames. Will try to keep this thread regularly updated, and also happy to answer any questions if you have them.
  3. Hi all, I've posted a couple of times on here previously. My story briefly is as follows: I'm in my early thirties, and have been noticeably losing my hair since around 2006 (so 10-11years), with the most rapid loss between 2012 and 2014. My father is a NW5 slowly progressing to a 6 (but he is 70!), I'm probably a NW5 too at present but progressing towards an NW6. My maternal grandfather had a full head of hair (maybe a NW2 or NW3 at worst), my paternal grandfather didn't (probably a NW6). Despite noticing my hair loss for the past decade or so, I haven't really taken any action. In 2011 I trialled minoxidil for 6 months, however stopped taking it after this time due to palpitations. It worked well, I noticed new hairs forming (in my hairline), however after I stopped taking it I noticed dramatic loss in a couple months or so (hence my worse loss probably being around 2012-2013). I never tried finasteride; I know, people are going to say; "why not?" or "just give it a try!". It's purely a personal decision; I do not wish to undergo any of those side effects nor have to take a pill for the rest of my life. If this stops me from getting a great result, then so be it. However, I am perhaps willing to try 1mg of Propecia 3x/week; that way it would be much cheaper and also I would hopefully at less risk of sides (it’s not just the sexual ones which concern me, I have a very high functioning job, and need to be on my A game all day; I don’t want the cognition side effects either). Anyways, I decided I would probably need multiple HT in 2013 and enquired at H&W with David Anderson. He was very amicable and he followed me up until 2016 when he left. I actually booked a 4500+ FUT megasession with Dr. Hasson, however unfortunately I had to cancel this due to no longer being available at the dates I had booked (as I would have to fly to Canada and back this was not possible in the short amount of time I had off). I was also uneasy about undergoing FUT due to the scar. I have already told myself as a last resort that if my hair gets really bad I will just have to keep it really short or buzzcut it, this would not be possible with FUT (and is just about a possible with FUE); I understand that FUE leaves scars too, don’t worry. They were very kind and considerate about all this and I thank them and their whole team for their professionalism. For sure if I needed a FUT they would be the first point of call; I had been researching for the last 5 years or so, and they definitely seemed the top. I then went researching for a surgeon who did FUE who was close by but affordable. My research brought up several familiar names: Lorenzo, Bisanga, Lupanzula and Erdogan. These (location wise) would all be feasible in my very limited time off and all their work shows great skill. However Lorenzo never replied to my emails until several months later and I decided I didn't want to fly in the end so ruled Spain (& Lorenzo out) and Turkey out and thus Erdogan. This left both Lupanzula and Bisanga as my top choices, they both had my dates available, and if I am correct Lupanzula worked previously with Bisanga? I was able to consult with Dr. Lupanzula over Skype however unfortunately logistically I was unable to meet him, however I was able to actually meet Dr. Bisanga in person and this definitely swung it for me. He was very amicable, and has many have commented he doesn't promise you the world, he is very realistic, conservative (the good kind!), honest and ethical. We decided that 3000-3500 grafts would be most appropriate with them concentrating on rebuilding the hairline and the frontal third. As you can see from my photos, the crown is also very bare, but I will have to therefore have another HT to potentially sort this out in the near future ± try propecia 3x a week. I was classed as a NW4V although I feel my hair is worse than that; it was probably made difficult for the doctor as I had my hair very short at the time of the consultation. In my eyes, hairline > crown coverage due to framing of the face.etc. My hair is quite thin, and my head is quite large, therefore I am not sure what sort of coverage I would need to get a good result, but thankfully my donor density was rated as decent with 80FU/cm2 all around. So, tomorrow I will have the first session of 3000-3500 grafts and then revisit my hair in 2 years time to either work further on the front, midscalp or deal with the vertex; depending on how much reserve I have. I’ll try to keep updated! Photos below are from January time; I can update with clinic photos tomorrow.
  4. BHR Clinic Dr. Christian BISANGA Age: 36 Technique: FUE Medication: No Donor densities: 70 FUs/cm2 Hair Caliber: Medium Fine Total FU used:- 5976 * FU breakdown:- 1s 898 2s 2388 3s 2271 4s 419 TOTAL: 5976 That means 5976 FU = 14.163 Hairs. Average = 2,37 hairs/FU. The goal of these surgeries was to cover the whole top area on this NW-5 patient. With that on mind, Dr. Bisanga proposed 2 surgeries: the 1st one focused on frontal and part of mid area. On 2nd one, main goal was the crown and we also lowered both temples, reinforcing part of 1st surgery as well. Final pictures show the current result after 6 months from last procedure, so it can improve during the following months. Pre-Post Surgery 1st procedure - 2017 Pre-Post Surgery 2nd procedure - 2018 6 Months post-op 2nd procedure Before - After Kind regards,
  5. Thanks Fozzie, I will try and research Dr. Kesser's results more. From your mail I understand he is amongst the top doctors of Europe/Turkey, for hairlines and density work. I am NW3 or so. Is he consistent also? I will rule out Bisanga then as I do not need extensive work. Only frontal and hairline. Thanks
  6. Hi everyone - I've been silently reading this forum for the last few months and it was instrumental in my decision to take the plunge and get a hair transplant. Here's my experience and journey so far. Statistics: Age: 33 NW: High (IV/V, possibly emerging VI but that's my guess) Caliber: 60 microns Hair / Graft Ratio: 2.04 Total Grafts Transplanted: 5,621 Estimated Donor Capacity: 8,200 Background: Like many of you, I’ve suffered from hair loss for most of my adult life, have tried (and abandoned) various hair regrowth treatments and thought becoming bald was my inevitable fate. I only started thinking about hair transplant options over the past 6 months or so when I randomly came across some articles discussing the latest advancements (and horror stories) in the field and the relative inexpensiveness of operations in Turkey and elsewhere. I began researching the topic seriously and this website was instrumental in my decision to go with Dr. Koray Erdogan. In selecting Dr. Koray, I focused on three things - results, passion for the craft and price. Being a high Norwood with a family history afflicted with MPB, I needed someone who had expertise with large HT cases like my own. I cared about passion for the craft because, I believe, thought-leadership and innovation are indicators of success, and I wanted the best-of-class when it comes to a major cosmetic operation that could either be transformative or a major disappointment. Finally, it had to fit my budget... now; I wasn't interested in taking years to save up $30-$45,000 that some US doctors were quoting me. Before settling on Dr. Koray, I researched and consulted with other hair transplant surgeons. As a Southern California native, I looked into local doctors (Armani, Rassman, Bisanga and others), some of the other big names in hair transplant I was coming across (Couto, Frietas, H&W, etc.), as well as other Turkish doctors (Karadeniz, Civas, Doganjay and some of the low-cost options too, like Cinik and Maral). I had a few in person and online consultations with some of these doctors, which was helpful. Frankly, the North American / European doctors who had impressive results were out of my budget. Dr. Koray was comparably priced to some of the average doctors I was seeing in the United States but had a stellar track record over the years and lauded as one of the best in the world. I thought his results put him among the top FUE surgeons in the world. I also found Dr. Koray’s YouTube videos to be very informative (admittedly much of it was PR, but it worked on me), and I became convinced that manual punch FUE in a mega session with some sort of implanter tool (like the KEEP device that Dr. Koray uses) is what would be best for me. In fact, I feel I may have ended up with Dr. Koray regardless of price. Pre-Op Treatment: I reached out to Asmed in early December 2018 and booked for mid-February 2019. At that time I wasn’t under any sort of medication. After my initial discussions with Sema, I went on 1mg generic fin daily and achieved some actual hair growth in the crown and midline areas. Process / Surgery: Others on this forum have gone into specifics around the airport pick-up, hotel, and clinic procedures in considerable detail, so I won’t repeat that here. But what I will mention is this. The Asmed mothership on the Asian side of Istanbul probably represents the pinnacle of what a modern medical facility should be - impeccably clean, sleek and exceptionally designed to shuttle patients from a pristine operating room, to high-tech hair wash / cut and transplant design areas, to an inviting waiting area (where you are greeted with Turkish hospitality in the form of tea, coffee and pastries and live classical music by a violin-piano duo). Everything was thoughtfully planned and laid out, and the process struck a balance between being highly individualized (Sema being my dedicated coordinator and never leaving my side) but productive (which I welcomed - I wanted to be one of the many patients they have great results for). When other people on these forums talk about how Asmed is a world-class facility, it truly is. When you meet Dr. Koray in person, you soon realize that he is singularly focused on your hairline and achieving optimal results based on a plan that takes into account your donor capacity and anticipated future hair loss. My interaction with him was otherwise limited, as I had expected to be from reading the forums, but I didn’t mind that – hairlines (and mine in the moment) are his obsession, and Dr. Koray spent a good 20-30 minutes (and consulted 18 others – my wife counted them) to ensure that mine was the very best for my face. And in Dr. Koray's staff, I felt care, compassion and dedication to implement Dr. Koray’s vision for the optimal hair transplant for me. Sema, my patient coordinator, was knowledgeable, patient and attentive. Nabiyeh, the nurse who was assigned to me the entire time I was there, was compassionate and genuinely concerned about my wellbeing. The surgical assistants had unfailing endurance and nimble, precise hands – in another era, they may well have been expert craftswomen weaving a great Turkish rug but are instead making a masterpiece out of my head and hair follicles. (I would prefer their hands doing the harvesting and implantations over that of any 50-60 year old man, no matter his years of experiences or the number of degrees he holds). Results: I could go on here… but what will ultimately matter, more than anything else I've written here, are my results, so check this thread 12 months’ time and we can all be the judge.
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    Thanks @Bill - Managing Publisher and @Melvin-Moderator. I'm sure you guys are aware but there is a new rep on this site that represents this said doctor as well as esteemed member Dr. Bisanga in their new joint venture in Athens. This will no doubt bring up discussions regarding the doctor and go against the HRN's lawyers advice. How will this be addressed?
  8. BHR Clinic Dr. Christian BISANGA Age: 28 Technique: FUE Medication: Finasteride + Minoxidil Donor densities: 90-70-60 FUs/cm2 Hair Caliber: Fine Total FU used:- 3001 * FU breakdown:- 1s 577 2s 1277 3s 1070 4s 77 TOTAL: 3001 That means 3001 FU = 6649 Hairs. Average = 2,21 hairs/FU. The goal of this surgery was to rebuild frontal third area. Since the patient is young and he will need another procedure for mid-crown sections, Dr. Bisanga proposed a conservative hair line design. Pictures show the result at 5,5 Months approx., so we obviously expect more hair hair and caliber/volume within the next months. But the current improvement is already visible. Before Pre-Post surgery 3 Months 5 Months 3 Weeks Comparison 0-5 Months 3 Weeks Kind regards,
  9. Dear Forum UsersDr.Bisanga will be in London on the 23 & 24 of February, 2019 to hold consultations. These are free of charge and with limited availability (23 fully booked now) but a great opportunity to have your hair loss examined including donor density measurements, check for miniaturisation, hair groupings and calibre, loss potential, suitability for surgery, surgery type, design, graft numbers etc.If interested then please feel free to send me an email:- stephen@bhrclinic.com Thank you.
  10. Since you are in India, why don't you consider Dr.Bhatti, recommended here with great proven results. I feel like he is understimated. Otherwise beside the spanish doctors I would also consider other belgians like Devroye, Lupanzula and Bisanga.
  11. I wanted to share my recent experience with Dr Lupanzula in Brussels. I've benefited a lot from reading people's experiences and watching their surgeries mature over the years before choosing to take the plunge, and in turn I hope somebody will find mine helpful. Thank you to Dr Lupanzula and team, and I want to give a shoutout to Mickey85 and Joe-who-must-not-be-named. Both have helped me tremendously over the years when I was researching HTs and helped me with my decision. I will follow up with pictures soon. Hotel After arriving from Brussels, I took a cab to the Hotel Catalonia (didn't want to bother with public transport). I had thought the hotel's name sounded familiar, as it turns out, it is directly across the street from Dr. Bisanga's clinic (which looks a little bit like a castle). So it's nice that they regularly get HT patients. The hotel is affordable, and in a nice area. The Area The surrounding area is very picturesque, very old world, and not heavily populated. Most people speak English well, so you can get around. The main language here is French, and it's helpful to know it. But you can get by with English. Near the hotel there is a Chez Frances restaurant for breakfast, and a nice Thai place called Thai Cafe. I chilled in the area for a day before heading to the clinic. The Clinic The clinic is about a ten minute walk directly south from the Hotel Catalonia. Upon entering, I was greeted by the clinic's patient coordinator Giancarlo. Giancarlo is fluent in multiple languages. The clinic has a very modern design, very "Bauhaus", with plenty of white, and clean lines throughout. Consult We then met with Dr Lupanzula. He looked through my donor and recipient, and went over my family's history. He noted that while the area to cover was significant, I was a good candidate for a few reasons: 1) Good donor hair - coarse, wavy hair that aids in the illusion of coverage. 2) Darker skin, which reduces contrast, and 3) A good number of multi follicular units. He snipped off hairs to measure the shaft caliber. Then he shaved my head. I admittedly was not looking forward to this. But it was a good idea, not only does it save time the next morning, it puts you in the "zone" mentally for surgery. What's more, I decided that a shaved head, while not the best look, wasn't the worst one either for me, so it's good to know. Post shaving, he measured my donor density under magnification, with the parietal areas having just below 100 grafts/cm and the occipital around 110. He estimated that my donor capacity, if we harvested 30%, would be around 7,000 units, and if we harvested 40% (which would be on the border of over-harvesting), about 9,000. All in all, he considered me a good candidate. He drew a hairline, which I was fine with. I wanted a conservative hairline, but at the same time we still want to make a visual impact. The plan was to harvest and implant most of the grafts on day 1, with the hairline to follow on day 2. Day 1 Day 1 began early, since you're supposed to eat before, I grabbed some croissants from a bakery right across the corner that happened to be open at 6:30am. The Dr gave me the meds and it was time to roll. After changing into hospital scrubs, he gave me anesthetic injections in the back of the scalp. Btw, I knew anesthetic injections were the most painful part of the surgery, and it was true, I found them to be very painful, and they are required multiple times throughout the surgery as a different area is operated, either for harvesting, or implantation. Then again, they are obviously required, so there is no getting around it. Dr Lupanzula uses a a CIT handle manual punch to score grafts. He harvested grafts from the back and sides, one after another. He has a distinctive punching motion where at the end of the forward twisting motion he pushes in the tool slightly, which was noticeable. Afterwards, the grafts were plucked out. This is a weird feeling, you feel a slight popping sensation, similar to how a grape or a berry is plucked off the stem. Keep in mind, you have to stay very still during the procedure, and notify the Dr before moving. Staying still can get difficult when the parietal areas are being harvested because you are lying on your side. The team inspects the grafts under microscope and prepares them for re-implanting. Grafts are stored in ATP Hypothermosol. After harvesting we had lunch. The clinic eats lunch together in their break room, which is nice. Everybody in the clinic speaks English, so language is never a problem. Implantation Two steps to implantation, recipient site creation and placement. After anesthesia, the doctor used needles to make incisions. This is an interesting process. He moves very quickly in creating the incisions. There is a lot of power, and you can feel the fibrotic scalp being punctured. Given the speed and power, it feels powered by a machine, but it is manual. This process is actually surprisingly pleasurable. Who would think that having 2-3,000 holes poked into your scalp feels good, but it does. Patients who have been operated by the implanter pen also report the same thing. Afterwards, his team places the grafts. This last part takes time. Afterwards they had me bandaged, and I was off to the hotel at about 6pm. Afterwards, I sprayed my grafts every 15-20 minutes with saline. Day 2 This day was going to be shorter by design, as 2K grafts were harvested on Day 1 with 1K to follow. The same process followed as the day before, however we were done earlier. Then the clinic bandaged me up and I headed home. Day 1 Postop Day 1 was the first clinic hair wash. His wife, Sandra washed my scalp, spraying Betadine shampoo on both donor and recipient, and massaged the donor vigorously, and then applied an antibiotic creme to the donor. This is to be done everyday for the first 7 days (which I have done) and afterwards the recipient site should be gently massaged after applying Betadine shampoo. The clinic had a driver take me to the airport afterwards for my flight. I had originally chosen to fly immediately to avoid traveling while swollen, but I didn't experience visible swelling, in retrospect, I would have stayed in Brussels longer, just to give my grafts more time to set before moving. The flight was fine, and to note, it was not uncomfortable or painful to fly after surgery. I had a neck pillow to prevent the donor area from touching the seat rests. I wore a bandanna outside, but took it off when inside the plane, and regularly sprayed with saline. I have finished 1 week postop, and the clinic has remarked that all looks appropriate. Stats: Single: 621 Double: 1,295 Triple: 1,183 Quadruple: 261 Quintuple: 21 Sextuple: 1 Total Grafts: 3,382 2.34 hairs/graft Hair caliber: parietal/temporal: 55-60 mic., occipital: 60-70 mic. Density: 45 grafts/cm in outlined area, 40/grafts/cm behind it. Medications: Finasteride and Dutasteride alternated daily, Minoxidil Foam 1x day.
  12. Hi, Some of you may know recognise my username, others maybe not. I used to be reasonably active on this forum when I was researching and planning my first HT. Reasonably active meaning pretty obsessed. I began to experience hair loss at the young age of 16. To condense the last 20 years into as few paragraphs as possible. Experiencing hair loss hugely effected me. I struggled greatly with insecurity and a lack of confidence which led me to searching for a solution. Fortunately, before I made a huge mistake, I stumbled across hair loss forums and spent hours in an attempt to begin to understand the options available to me. After several years of research and countless online and in person consults. I flew from the UK in 2012 to Canada for a FUT with Dr Rahal, with a session just shy of 4000 grafts. I got my confidence back, I became the real me again. I always knew that I would need a second session sometime in the not too distant future and that time isn't too far away. That leads me to today, at 35 years old, I am researching for my second hair transplant. Having been in and around the forums again, I see why I invested so much time into these communities. As a lost young man, insecure and unsure of my options, I learnt so much and was introduced and came into contact with so many great people. People who took their time to advise me of the process and techniques of hair restoration. This is why, now, I really want to be in a position to give back to this and similar forums/communities. To help guys, that are in a similar situation that I was. To be able to serve people who need some advice, speak of my experiences, give an ear to listen and to be able to offer genuine, honest and transparent information. I tell you this because I feel very passionate about helping to advise others regarding their hair loss. I can definitely see a change in the industry and in the market since 2012. For a start, FUT far outweighed FUE 6+ years ago. Or at least that is what the forums patients and clinic results suggested. Now, almost every result is FUE. Things have evolved and results look better than ever. That will certainly be my choice of technique. Also, Turkish and Indian clinics seem to be flooding the market now which wasn't apparent before. Whilst conducting research, I reached out to Dr Bisanaga who I had consulted with previously, and explained to him how I felt being in and around the forums and such great people again, and how I would like to share my experiences and knowledge. Several conversations later, I find myself proud, grateful and honoured to be able to represent his new clinic, due to open in Athens in March, in a role of patient advisor. Dr Bisanga has united with a surgeon, whom I must say is an absolute visionary in this field. Bisanga and Cole Hair Transplant is a luxury hair transplant clinic with competitive prices, led by two of the leading experts in the field of FUE. We offer the complete hair transplant solution at our state of the art clinic in Athens. Two of the world’s top surgeons, Dr. Chris Bisanga, have united to create an experience and service unlike any other. Our objective is to be able to offer the most competitive cost that will exceed any patient’s expectations. I am looking forward to get started, and play my small role in helping individuals to get their hair and confidence back.
  13. I usually post under another username but having trouble logging on and I wanted to create a new account and thread anyway for privacy reasons. Just in case you're having some deja vu with some of these photos. I had FUE surgery with Dr. Bisanga in Belgium about this time 3 months ago. Approx. 2,300 grafts to restore the temples, also reenforce and lower the hairline just slightly. Pre surgery I was about a Norwood 2.5, got on Fin when I was 22 and a NW2 so that helped stabilise things a great deal. The surgery itself was a breeze (apart from those pesky numbing shots), Dr B is a true professional in every way and I felt 100% safe in his hands. He performed the manual punching on the grafts and incisions himself, while his techs did the graft harvesting and placement under his supervision. He gave me a direct number to contact him on to send him progress photos and if any issues or concerns arise, which I find incredibly helpful. Graft Breakdown - 1 Hair - 552 2 Hair - 640 3 Hair - 856 4 Hair - 261 On a side note I did a very long trip to Belgium back and forth, and managed to do it successfully and with minimal stress, so if anyone wants tips on how to handle the long haul flights just let me know
  14. @kimura50When did you have surgery with Dr. Bisanga?
  15. I had pretty much the same amount of hairloss, I went with FUE with Dr. Bisanga and it turned out great. Check out my thread if you want to see the before and afters.
  16. It is with great pleasure to be able to announce the arrival of Bisanga and Cole Hair Transplant Clinic. Formed by two of the leading FUE surgeons today, coalition member Dr. Christian Bisanga and Dr. John Cole. The clinic is based in Athens, Greece and will be officially opening for its first round of patients on March 2017 of this year. With Dr. Bisanga based out of Brussels, Belgium and Dr. Cole out of the U.S. Why Greece you may ask? Well that's a great question. Quoting Dr. Cole - Many patients are focused on price. This leads patients to clinics offering very low prices in countries that are often not as safe and with fewer government regulations to protect patients. For this reason, Dr. Bisanga and I decided to form a clinic with the express intent to offer price-conscious patients an alternative solution at "low" prices. We will personally supervise the surgeries to make sure patients get the best possible outcomes. As mentioned, Bisanga and Cole Hair Transplant Clinic are able to offer luxury hair transplant procedures from the industry leaders at extremely competitive prices. Dr Cole went on to say - It looks like the first round of surgery starting March 27 will come in at 2.5 euro per graft. I'm sure happy to be involved in this opportunity. On a personal note, I am extremely honoured to be patient advisor to such highly esteemed hair restoration physicians, and in such a visionary project. Many of you reading this may already be familiar with me from being active on this forum. My personal journey with hair loss is my motivating factor to getting involved with Bisanga and Cole Hair Transplant Clinic. Experiencing hair loss at a young age and being hugely effected by this, I struggled greatly with insecurity and a lack of confidence due to hair loss which several years later, eventually led me to a FUT procedure. The results definitely helped me to get back my confidence and unquestionably improved my day to day life. I aspire to be able to serve individuals, build relationships and offer honest and ethical advice, guidance and solutions for their hair loss concerns. To be able to consider undergoing a FUE procedure with such ethical Doctors achieving such consistent quality results at this price point allows individuals, who may normally be priced out of choosing these physicians, accessibility to their expertise. If anybody has any interest, questions or queries regarding this new project, don't hesitate to ask. Also, by all means contact me privately if I can assist you with anything or you would like to consult with the clinic. Many thanks.
  17. Hello LaserCap, Dr. Bisanga told me nearly exactly the same things that you said. Furthermore, it is no more issue for me. @Marshall: You are looking much younger. Still I think the skin of the recipient area needs more time to fully recover, which is also referring to my recipient area. I am pretty sure it will improve the smoothness of the hairline. Besides this, notice that I am younger than you and took an even more conservative hairline. I still have pretty distinctive temples.. But I actually always liked them.
  18. I don't disagree with most of what you're saying, except citing "basic laws of reality" as authority. I'd be interested to see what Dr. Bisanga says on this (still looking for it). Again I'm not saying you're wrong - but keep in mind that the photo I took was one day after, where there is maximum inflammation of the tissue surrounding the punch, and a lot of dried blood. I can also tell you right now looking at the punch sites now that there are healthy hairs growing in places where the tissue is still red - this would tend to suggest against drawing anything conclusive just from the visual depiction one day post op. I think taking a look at this selection (below - he has any entire category of videos looking at donor scar) might be more helpful for making any visual determinations. Now, I probably know a lot less than most of the people posting on this forum, so I have no idea how these videos compare to donor areas where a smaller punch is used. But I think that is a much more valid visual comparison to make than using mine.
  19. I don't get it. Even though he has a cheap price I would NEVER go to this surgeon because he DOES NOT perform the surgery. His technicians do which is concerning. Look for example at dr.Bisanga, he works WITH his technicians, that's how you, as a surgeon supposed to work. I would never go to a clinic where the surgeon only draws you the line, that's just ridiculous and his technicians do all the work and if the results are very nice dr.Cinik will get all the praise and not his technicians. I never understood this.
  20. Hi, This patient was 24 years-old when he had his surgery. We usually do not accept patients at that age because most of them have small recession on the hair line and temples, and we advise to start using medication. Nevertheless this patient had a high degree of miniaturized hair on the whole frontal area after more than 5 years under medical treatment (Finasteride + Minoxidil). Dr. Bisanga assessed all these aspects and we finally accepted him as a patient doing a conservative approach in terms of design and number of grafts. Here the data: BHR Clinic Dr. Christian BISANGA Age: 24 at the moment of the surgery, 31 on pictures showing current result Technique: FUE Medication: Finasteride (5 years before procedure)+ Minoxidil (7 years before surgery) Donor densities: 70-70-80 FUs/cm2 Hair Caliber: Very Fine, most of FUs of 2 hairs (not many 3-4s) Total FU used:- 1909 * FU breakdown:- 1s 410 2s 1017 3s 447 4s 35 TOTAL: 1909 That means 1909 FU = 3925 Hairs. Average = 2,05 hairs/FU. Pre-Post Surgery 7 Years Comparison 0-7 Years, Dry-Wet Hair
  21. Hi Raphael84 / JohnCasper, Thank you both for the comments. Regarding your question, Raphael, Dr. Alcaide was trained by Dr. Bisanga in 2014 and 2015 when Dr. Alcaide travelled to Brussels. Then he was also trained by Dr. Meyer who previously worked with Dr. Bisanga. Dr. Alcaide and Dr. Meyer are the M.D. of BHR Clinic in Spain, and they 3 together are the surgeons of BHR CLINIC. They collaborate in different cases and we have patients who met Dr. Alcaide and have their procedures in Belgium, and vice versa. So there is a continuous work among all of them. Kind regards,
  22. Hi all, This is my first post on this forum. I am a 40-years-old guy with a diffuse hairloss behind a relatively low hairline. Some call it a Ludwig-type hairloss. I'll let you judge from the pre-op pictures I will post. In a few hours I am due to undergo a hair transplant at the BHR clinic in Brussels with renowned Dr. Bisanga. I plan to post here a detailed account of my future progress. A little history: I remember first noticing a loss of density at the age of 18. After then, the loss has progressed very very gradually. In 2006, when I was 30, I started taking minoxidil 5% and continued this treatment until 2011. I think the minoxidil had completely stopped my hairloss and even caused some regrowth. However I hadn't realised how effective that had been until I quit... a decision I now very much regret. In a few months I lost a lot of hair, and in 2012 I considered a transplant for the first time, but it took me five years before I decided to go through with this decision. I took a few pictures back in 2012 and I must say not much has changed since then, which makes me optimistic about the speed of future hairloss. My goal is to significantly increase hair density between my hairline and the vertex of my head. I don't care very much about filling my temples... in fact I'd quite like ending up with a Norwood-2 pattern, as I like the mature look it gives. I opted for a FUE transplant because I don't mind shaving my head, and I would like to keep this option open. I chose Dr. Bisanga precisely because of his conservative approach and his expertise with the FUE technique. I had a consultation with him last September and was found to have a density of 70 UF/cm3. He recommended me with 3000 grafts, which is what we are aiming for. Below a couple of pictures taken yesterday. Wish me good luck!
  23. Hello, the title says it all. Anyone from here had an experience with a HT on any of these 2 doctors? If so how was the experience, result, price.. etc. I don't like what I'm seeing recently about Dr. Koray Erdogan... I take him out of the equation, I don't want to make my HT to him, especially that I only have a little bit received temples and a big forehead overall, I just want to remake my hairline, nothing else. Cheers.
  24. Either of those surgeons would work, Dr. Konoir charges $10 a graft for FUE so you’re looking at 50k in total cost. That’s a steep price for most, but worth it if you can afford it. I would consult with as many doctors as possible, don’t be afraid to venture outside of the states. Dr. Bisanga, Lupunzula, Feriduni, Reddy are some impressive FUE surgeons as well in Europe.
  25. Hi, We have recently received the pictures of this patient of Dr. Bisanga at 15 months, so we would like to upgrade his result. 15 Months Comparison 0-15 Months Kind regards,
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