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  1. Most of the pics Ive saw are by Dr. Michaelis. I never even knew Bisanga worked there but he is actually my favorite fue surgeon.
  2. Hey HairDew, Hairdoyle is not referring to Bisanga, in his first post he speaks of a doctor in Ireland who is so expensive, he then goes on to say in a later post he is ... I also asked if this doctor in Ireland wasn't referring to FUE and your comparing that price with Dr. Feller's strip? As I received no response we can only assume that this is not the case. I found that the actual procedure can be cheaper, but come on - $11,300 more for 500 less grafts? Also, with the clinics that were cheaper than UK ones after travel expenses, you were spending roughly the same money (personally I would still choose to travel than stay in the UK). Also Hairdew, just to inform you - Bisanga does indeed do strips (FUT), he was a doctor I was looking into pre-op and I was even given a price from him for FUT. http://www.bhrclinic.com/html/strip.htm
  3. Guys he is talking about Bisanga and I believe Bisanga does FUE not FUT, thus the price difference. On a side note, from all I read on these forums, prices in US are a lot less (including travel expenses). I consider Dr. Feller to be one of the best HT Docs in the world.
  4. Looking into Dr.Feller in New York or Dr Bisanga in brussels...
  5. pmill, Given that Dr. Bisanga has not yet gone through our private screening and public review process, it would be inappropriate to comment with certainty at this time. I can say that I'm intrigued with what I've seen and I'd like to learn more about his clinic. Best wishes, Bill
  6. pmill, Dr. Bisanga appears to be doing solid work. I've invited his clinic to present photos on this forum, though they haven't taken advantage of this opportunity yet. Hopefully in time they will, and we'll all be able to see some examples of his work and consider recommending him on the Hair Transplant Network. Best wishes, Bill
  7. Well I've finally had my hair transplant!!!!! This link is to my web blog where you can find photos and further updates. http://www.hairtransplantnetwo...-page.asp?WebID=1051 Here are the details. I drove to Ottawa Canada on Wednesday December 17th, 2008 and booked a room at the Adams Airport Inn. I will be staying for 2 weeks and departing on Friday January 2nd, 2009 after my sutures are removed. I went in for my preop on Thursday December 18th, 2008 at 3:15 pm but got there a little early. After filling out some paperwork I spoke with Adrian and Dr. Rahal. It was great to finally meet them because I've had to reschedule this transplant twice over the course of close to 2 years. Since that time I have had plenty of correspondence with Adrian and Dr. Rahal (most of which was through Adrian). All I can say is they were great! During my consult we discussed my desire to refine my hairline and add density behind the hairline to an area previously transplanted at about 50 or so grafts per cm bumping it up to 80. Also the temple points that were previously transplanted had a slight gap between where they were transplanted and the native hairs were. Another goal was to transplant to the midscalp where some native hairs were miniaturizing. The final goal was to create a slight jagged widow's peak much like the one actor Christian Bale posesses. I had two previous donor scars. One from a local physician in the area I used to live. This scar was smaller and lower on the scalp and the surgery produced little to no yield. The second was higher and longer (a good clean scar though) from a very successful procedure with Dr. Hasson. Dr. Rahal listened very well and was very insightful with his way of describing how we could best achieve the results I was looking for. We listed graft yield as my primary objective with the state of the future scar being the secondary. On the day of the surgery I arrived at the clinic at 6:30 am and Dr. Rahal and I talked again about my goals. He mentioned that after giving my case considerable thought the night before that he believed it was best to wait on transplanting into my midscalp and fight that battle another day as the density there was still pretty good. We could transplant there and lose some native hairs and be right back where we started. His reasoning was good and I agreed that we should focus on my other objectives and fight that fight another day. So we decided on roughly 2500 grafts. After taking the strip my density was great and we instead yielded 3149!!!! He worked with my 2nd scar in the area that Dr. Hasson harvested from and said that my laxity was good and I should have a nice clean scar. The surgery went well and I was back in the hotel by 6:00 pm. I did get fidgety sitting for so long but the girls were great as was Dr. Rahal. I really appreciated their patience. Dr. Rahal said that my skin and hair charactersitics made it easy to extract and place the grafts, I'm sure his skill level didn't hurt either!!!! I will be in Ottawa for 2 weeks during the healing process. Surgery Details: 3149 Grafts, 725 Single Hairs, 1713 Double Hairs, 711 Triple Hairs, Strip was 22.78 cm
  8. ZAZ my recommondation to you is to research as much as possible. Talk to as many doctors as you can therefore you have a full knowledge before making an IMPORTANT decision. Many doctors in Europe and North American have patients in the London area so contact them and see if it is possible to meet them. Grafts in a donor area are limited so there is very little room for mistake. I know form the doctors in the coalition that I have read that have patients in London are Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Feller, Dr. Shapiro, Hasson and Wong and Dr. Farji (I beleive that is how you spell it). I would research all these doctor before making a decision. Good luck on your decision.
  9. After 7.5 years of part time graduate school at Philadelphia Biblical University, Bill will graduate today with a masters degree in Christian Counseling. Apparently they did not offer an advanced degree in hair loss counseling or course work in miraculously multiplying hair follicles. But hopefully some of his course work will apply to this forum :-) I expect that Bill will be able to throw his cap high up in the air during the graduation ceremony today without worrying about showing a bald scalp. I have great respect for Bill's integrity, compassion and willingness to work extremely hard to help others. Is it any wonder that he pursued advanced work in counseling. Bill, now get back into class and get that Phd so we can finally call you Dr. Bill. It has a nice ring to it. Pat
  10. Thanks Dr. Carman and Petro_P. I appreciate your support. Petchski, I received my counseling degree from a Christian school. There are various modalities of counseling. Our approach applies various modalities including cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and personal and includes the moral principles of the Bible. It doesn't mean I am only qualified to counsel Christians :-). Bill
  11. In our german forum we saw several turkish guys, who had work done by turkish clinics. In my opinion there are only a few docs that stand for continuously good results - but I think there are many, many butchers. If I were you I would talk to Dr. Keser or Transmed. I personally think, Keser would be the better choice. I have never heard anything about the clinic you mentioned. In my opinion you should also consider Dr. Mwamba (Belgium), Hattingenhair(Germany), Dr. Bisanga (Belgium), Prohairclinic (Belgium) and Lars Heitmann (Netherlands). From my point of view the best clinics in Europe by far.
  12. I'll have my procedure with Rahal on november 3rd. After a first HT in germany (1463 grafts, good overall experience) in 2007 and two years of research on international websites I'm sure, that it is the best choice. I'm looking for 2000 grafts into my hairline and a very, very thin scar. My actual scar is to wide (0,5-0,8cm). Maybe because I went to the gym after three weeks. It was much to early. An advisor of Dr. Bisanga told me yesterday, that it makes no sense to remove the old scar and go for a second trico-closure. Is he right??? Honestly, I'm shocked. I'll document the surgery right here. Good luck to you. This german Rahal-patient is 6,5 months post op (1440 grafts). Images are from September 5th 2008. Directly post OP: http://alopezie.de/foren/transplant/index.php/m/13521/#msg_13521 6,5 months post OP: http://alopezie.de/foren/transplant/index.php/t/1642/
  13. Has anyone on this forum experience with Dr. Bisanga from BHR Clinic in Brussels? My favorit is Dr. Ron Shapiro, but he only offers the strip-technique. A natural hairline with many ultrafine caliber hairs in the front is the most important fact for me. The following link shows some results from Dr. Bisanga. I'm happy about every answer, meaning and idea...! http://s156.photobucket.com/albums/t23/BHRClinic/ Thank you in advance.
  14. My experience using the FUE hair transplant technique ??“ Dr De Reys - Prohairclinic I was introduced in the field of FUE hair transplantation back in 2005 by Bart, manager and co owner of Prohairclinic. He setup training sessions with Dr. Ilter who had been doing FUE since 2003 and has become one of the worlds leading FUE experts. Since 2005 I have been performing FUE exclusively on an almost daily basis. Instruments and setup. After performing about 10 FUE sessions using a surgical steel 1 mm punch I quickly moved to 0,7-0,8 mm instruments. I find that I am able to extract intact grafts with smaller instruments without increased transection rate. Since FUE is about minimal damage to the tissue I discard the use of any instrument larger than 0,8 mm for the extractions. During the extraction process I make use of a 5,5* magnification loupes. I prefer a sitting position behind the patient, scoring the grafts. I do not make use of any mechanical driven device to help the scoring process. A mechanical device would distort the finger feeling that is needed to ensure quality extractions. In fact, no special tools need to be invented to execute an FUE procedure without problems, all it needs is freely available on the market today. The punches used are of the shelve, available to any drs who wishes to use them. I select the punch size based on the patients graft/hair thickness. Since the patients pays for hairs to be transplanted we take great care to select the best grafts in the donor area. Therefore a graft must contain 1 up to 4 hairs, in rare cases 5 hairs. Our average hair/graft is 2,3, for non hairline work it can go up to 2,8 hairs per graft. The procedure After selecting the right size instrument it takes a few trial scores to determine the angle and depth. The scoring is performed in a twisting motion with virtually no downward pressure. The rotation speed is preventing the grafts to adhere to the punch and suffer from any twisting motion. This has been verified under microscopes by ourselves and other surgeons. The sharpness of the punch is a critical choice in respect to the patients tissue characteristics. Sometimes a sharp punch is needed, sometimes a blunt and most of the time something in between. Depending on the patient skin characteristics more saline is used to harden the treated area, in other times less to no saline is used. Furthermore I use finger pressure if needed to stabilize the scoring area. A correctly scored graft does not require any real traction force that could harm a graft, they literally almost pop out. It is unnecessary to use brutal force of any kind to properly extract viable grafts. Mind that hair follicles are very strong tissues and can withstand great forces. Most major damage is caused by improper handling grafts outside the body. FUE grafts have virtually no protective fat tissue. Therefore extreme moisturizing protocols are used to keep them from drying out. Another factor is squeezing the grafts to death. The solution to this problem are basically : limit grafts handling to an absolute minimum, thorough training for the technicians and wearing magnification at all times. The key issue however is that with experience a certain FUE fingertip feeling is developed. In my opinion this special feeling counts for 70 percent of a well executed FUE extraction with virtually no transection. It is scientifically not possible to explain how this finger control is felt. I guess it is like learning how to drive a bike. At first the gravitational forces are uncomprehending. After a while most can drive a bike, but some people become experts and drive like mad on any terrain without falling. Donor area limits The limit of the donor area has been shown in a document by Petermac and dr. Bisanga. It is possible to harvest about 25% of the donor grafts available without having to harvest adjacent grafts. If we go higher than this limit we inform the patient that at extremely short hair length some visible aspect of FUE extractions may be visible. By now we have several patient where 4000+ grafts were harvested without causing visible thinning at 5 mm hair length. Patient selection FUE as practiced by myself can be offered ANY patient who is a hair transplant candidate, regardless of hair/skin type characteristics. FUE Mega sessions We believe that it is better to have less but larger treatments for the benefit of the patients. It means less time off and faster results. However it takes an HIGHLY trained team to accomplish FUE mega sessions. It is not just the drs that is responsible for a well executed FUE, it is a team effort. I am glad to have worked with my unchanged team for many years now. Our routines have been perfected over the years. My extraction speed of 400-600 grafts per hours is achievable with a transection rate of less than 5% (usually about 1 percent on most patients). Therefore we can perform 2500 FUE grafts in one day on non transplanted patients. FUE on previously strip operated patient In many cases it is difficult to extract grafts from the area surrounding the strip scar. This is caused by underlying tension that shifted the grafts natural position. In most cases reducing the extraction speed and compensate for the angle/depth changes is sufficient to solve the problem. In some cases however it is extreme underlying scar tissue that makes it virtually impossible to extract those graft. FUE on previously FUE operated patient In general there are no problems going back to harvest more graft if the punch size used was 0.8 mm or less. The existing scaring does not interfere with the new extractions, nor has there been angle changes or underlying scars for the new grafts to be scored. Additional information. Our mega sessions are build upon our experienced and routines and do not exceed 12 hours. We have disclosed our technique and instruments for anyone who is interested and will continue to do. FUE is not a technique that is learned in a matter of weeks. FUE is best performed on a daily basis since it is the only way to get enough experience to handle each and every patient characteristics. We are aware some disagree with us, but if you look further you will notice that they either have limited skill, limited endurance, or are not practicing FUE on a daily basis. We understand that is very difficult for non FUE experts to handle every FUE case. We urge surgeons who run into trouble with FUE to resort to FUT. It makes no sense to needlessly wreck a patients donor area as bad FUE can be as devastating as bad strip surgery.
  15. Many know him from SHLN and HLH but i thought I would share his story here for you guys along with his weblog which he updates regularly but due to being a busy bee doesn't get chance to post as much as he used to. A few of you guys have also met him either in London or NYC at the meets. Here's his write up/research/info. Gasman: Heres my story... I've roamed these boards for a few years now, and it's proven to be a very valuable source of information. I'm 31 years old and first noticed my hair receding at the early age of 18. My hair seemed to slow or even stop receding in my late twenties. I take 1mg Proscar daily to help maintain what I have, however it was never going to repair what I had already lost. I first considered Dr Cole as I was impressed with FIT/FUE technique. I then came across Spex and met up with him about 2 years ago. After yet more research I considered other doctors like Bisanga, Woods and even our very own UK Dr Rogers. After much deliberation, I decided to have a HT with Dr. Feller in New York on December 11th 2007. On the day of the HT I arrived early at Dr Fellers with my girlfriend at 7.30am. I had some photos taken by the Doctor and a new hairline drawn, a conservative hairline which is what I wanted. Dr Feller then arranged a taxi for my girlfriend to go shopping for the day which is what I would recommend for any partner coming along. No point in them hanging around all day. I wanted her there at the beginning to see the hairline drawn in but didn't want to bore her by sitting in the waiting room all day.... I then proceeded to a room to have a section of my hair buzzed down ready for the FUE to be done. After that it was time for the injections. Not sure how many, I think about 15 or so to numb the area.... These are painful but the pain only hurts for a a second as the needle first goes in. The hardest bit I found was laying face down on a massage table. I had to lay still on this table for the morning while Feller made the FUE holes. I had a few rest breaks in between, and luckily for me Feller said I was a good FUE patient. Once we had a good number of FUE's we stopped for lunch (a lovely ham sandwich from the deli). The afternoon started with all the grafts now cleaned, trimmed and counted. A total of 1032 grafts some 3's, 2,s and lots of singles for the front hairline. I then sat in a dentist style chair (much more comfortable than the mornings table I was on). Dr Feller then made all the tiny incisions in my head, and once he had finished the techs started straight placing the grafts in my head... Three techs in total, one on each side of my head working, with one assisting behind my head who kept the areas clean with lots of saline. Once Feller was happy with the techs work, I had a few more photos, some post HT instructions. The day I had been planning for 3 years was finished by 3.30pm. I then went back to the hotel (The Andrew) and relaxed that evening watching tv and ordering room service. I stayed in Great neck for a further 2 days to relax and recover before returning home to the UK. I have to say I now feel great and its like a huge weight lifted off my shoulders... Now its the waiting game! I just want to say a thankyou to Dr Feller and his staff. The day went smoothly and I'm now glad that I did all my research as I was confident I was in good hands. Also a special thanks to Spex and former patients stories on these forums, especially Hairroot. 1032 FUE Dr Feller December 2007Link to Gasman's web page/pics Regards Spex
  16. Many know him from SHLN and HLH but i thought I would share his story here for you guys along with his weblog which he updates regularly but due to being a busy bee doesn't get chance to post as much as he used to. A few of you guys have also met him either in London or NYC at the meets. Here's his write up/research/info. Gasman: Heres my story... I've roamed these boards for a few years now, and it's proven to be a very valuable source of information. I'm 31 years old and first noticed my hair receding at the early age of 18. My hair seemed to slow or even stop receding in my late twenties. I take 1mg Proscar daily to help maintain what I have, however it was never going to repair what I had already lost. I first considered Dr Cole as I was impressed with FIT/FUE technique. I then came across Spex and met up with him about 2 years ago. After yet more research I considered other doctors like Bisanga, Woods and even our very own UK Dr Rogers. After much deliberation, I decided to have a HT with Dr. Feller in New York on December 11th 2007. On the day of the HT I arrived early at Dr Fellers with my girlfriend at 7.30am. I had some photos taken by the Doctor and a new hairline drawn, a conservative hairline which is what I wanted. Dr Feller then arranged a taxi for my girlfriend to go shopping for the day which is what I would recommend for any partner coming along. No point in them hanging around all day. I wanted her there at the beginning to see the hairline drawn in but didn't want to bore her by sitting in the waiting room all day.... I then proceeded to a room to have a section of my hair buzzed down ready for the FUE to be done. After that it was time for the injections. Not sure how many, I think about 15 or so to numb the area.... These are painful but the pain only hurts for a a second as the needle first goes in. The hardest bit I found was laying face down on a massage table. I had to lay still on this table for the morning while Feller made the FUE holes. I had a few rest breaks in between, and luckily for me Feller said I was a good FUE patient. Once we had a good number of FUE's we stopped for lunch (a lovely ham sandwich from the deli). The afternoon started with all the grafts now cleaned, trimmed and counted. A total of 1032 grafts some 3's, 2,s and lots of singles for the front hairline. I then sat in a dentist style chair (much more comfortable than the mornings table I was on). Dr Feller then made all the tiny incisions in my head, and once he had finished the techs started straight placing the grafts in my head... Three techs in total, one on each side of my head working, with one assisting behind my head who kept the areas clean with lots of saline. Once Feller was happy with the techs work, I had a few more photos, some post HT instructions. The day I had been planning for 3 years was finished by 3.30pm. I then went back to the hotel (The Andrew) and relaxed that evening watching tv and ordering room service. I stayed in Great neck for a further 2 days to relax and recover before returning home to the UK. I have to say I now feel great and its like a huge weight lifted off my shoulders... Now its the waiting game! I just want to say a thankyou to Dr Feller and his staff. The day went smoothly and I'm now glad that I did all my research as I was confident I was in good hands. Also a special thanks to Spex and former patients stories on these forums, especially Hairroot. 1032 FUE Dr Feller December 2007Link to Gasman's web page/pics Regards Spex
  17. I'd like to have a strip HT procedure, 2000 grafts about (implantation in front-line and on top). I've not yet decided. I'd like to stay in Europe (I live in Italy). Who can help me to choose between HDC (Cyprus) and Bisanga (Brussels) ? I see that their prices are similar, which of them can offer to me the higher quality ? Thanks in advance Regards Rob ps I've seen also good opinions on Dr. DeVroye, in Brussels too psps please I need feedback from people that does not work for them, of course
  18. For FUE -- I suggest consulting Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Mwamba and Dr. Ilter(prohair clinic) if you are staying in Europe. Any of these docs will tell you if FUE is right or wrong for you. Take Care, Jason
  19. I've seen Dr. Devroye's skills and technique at many of the surgery workshops and he does very nice work. Dr. Devroye is extemely conscientious of his work and is compassionate with his patients. I've seen handful of intra-op and post op pics from HDC and they look very good. I've heard good things about Dr. Bisanga but have not seen any results yet. Consult with them all and you should get a sense of which doc is best for you. Best of luck with your research.
  20. rmenichini, Dr. DeVroye is an elite member of the Coalition and does first rate work. Pat Hennessey, Publisher of the Hair Transplant Network visited him and observed his live surgery to ensure his work met our high level of standards. See Pat's visit to Dr. DeVroye's clinic. Dr. Bisanga also looks pretty promising. I have been in contact with their clinic and even invited him to present some of his work on our forum. I believe they have every intention to as per my contact with Phil - but to date, they haven't taken advantage of this opportunity. Good luck on your continued research. Best wishes, Bill
  21. Hi there. I am 34yr old who has spent the last 3 years lurking on forums on different sites.I have now decided the time is ripe to put my scalp under the needles (no knife, I do not want a strip). I am what Dr. Mennetrey refer as Norwood 5. My hairloss seems to have drawn to a closure and my father has pretty much the same hairloss. I am looking for doctors who can perform fue. Preferably in Europe, but I am not averse to travel. Money is a constraint but I realize quality comes first. Before you ask, I have tried Rogaine and propecia and the sides put me off. Plus, did not get much benefit either. The doctors I have shortlisted from different sites (based on results and consistency) Dr. Cole, Dr. Woods, Dr.Jones, and Dr. Bisanga. Please feel free to add to the doctor list. I especially look fwd to reading other patient's experiences about these doctors. Thanks in advance. Greg.
  22. Hi there. I am 34yr old who has spent the last 3 years lurking on forums on different sites.I have now decided the time is ripe to put my scalp under the needles (no knife, I do not want a strip). I am what Dr. Mennetrey refer as Norwood 5. My hairloss seems to have drawn to a closure and my father has pretty much the same hairloss. I am looking for doctors who can perform fue. Preferably in Europe, but I am not averse to travel. Money is a constraint but I realize quality comes first. Before you ask, I have tried Rogaine and propecia and the sides put me off. Plus, did not get much benefit either. The doctors I have shortlisted from different sites (based on results and consistency) Dr. Cole, Dr. Woods, Dr.Jones, and Dr. Bisanga. Please feel free to add to the doctor list. I especially look fwd to reading other patient's experiences about these doctors. Thanks in advance. Greg.
  23. Dr. DeVroye and Dr. Bisanga have been turning out nice work. I would recommend starting there...you will get solid information from both clinics and it will help you should you visit other clinics. Take Care, Jason
  24. Dr. Mwamba and Dr. Bisanga do nice work in fue (and in general for HTs).
  25. blessed is the correct word since I am a practicing christian man. Bro I prayed for along time!!! I prayed to god to lead me to the right doc who was an expert in his field and a giving Doctor thats not all about the $$$$$. One of the reasons I chose him is because he has helped children in far worse situations than us in hairtransplants. These kids where 6 to 8 years old. I knew he had a heart and cared about his patients. God gives man wisdom and direction if your willing to pray,wait and listen. He was the only Ht doctor that I consulted with. I did try to talk to feller but his office did not get back to me and I was also praying on which guy to maybe go with. I try to walk in faith and I looked at it as God shutting down a door because Dr. Epstein was the man for me,plus God knew that he was going to give me some freebies. God places desires in peoples Heart and so be it he did it through Dr. Epstein. Dr. Epstein did not have to listen to that little voice that said give the kid some extras. He was listening also. Got to love that quality in people. I do it all the time in my business and give great deals in Real Estate. What goes around comes around and im sure Dr. Epstein is just lining himself up for more of Gods Blessings,because he is a giver and you cannot out give God.
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