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  1. BHR Clinic Dr. Christian BISANGA Age: 29 Technique: FUE Medication: No Donor density: 80-70-40 FUs/cm2 (63 average) Hair calibre: Medium Previous surgeries: Yes Total FU: 2.691 * FU breakdown:- 1s 580 2s 1443 3s 647 4s 21 That means 2.691 FU = 5.491 Hairs. Average = 2,04 hairs/FU. This patient had his procedure with Dr. Bisanga and BHR Clinic team one year ago approx. The patient had a previous FUE procedure (1800-2000 grafts approx.) on another clinic, but he did not reached the expected yield. As a consequence, donor density decreased up to 40 FU/cm2 in some areas, which drastically reduced overall donor capacity. The goal with this procedure was to rebuild frontal 1/3 and hairline, connecting with humps. If the patient wishes to increase coverage on 2nd half, he would probably have to combine FUE + BH. The images of the result were sent by the patient himself. Pre-Post Surgery 13 Months Before-After Kind regards, BHR Clinic
  2. BHR Clinic Dr. Christian BISANGA Age: 42 Technique: FUE Medication: Finasteride just before the surgery Donor densities: 75-80 FUs/cm2 Hair Caliber: Medium-Fine Previous surgeries: No Total FU used:- 2604 * FU breakdown:- 1s 652 2s 1261 3s 624 4s 67 That means 2.561 FU = 5.314 Hairs. Average = 2,04 hairs/FU. The main goal of this patient was to rebuild frontal 1/3, leaving crown for a second procedure. All the pictures, except the surgery ones, were provided by the patient. Pre-Post Surgery 6 Months 12 Months 0-12 Months Thank you all.
  3. To be honest, your hair looks fantastic how it is and I'm not sure if I would personally go through the time and energy needed for a touch up procedure when this is already a home run. I mean your hair looks absolutely fantastic man, Dr. Bisanga has literally changed your appearance completely.
  4. Great info Laser. I appreciate the thoughtful reply. I am currently on 1.25 mg fin from Dr. Ron at Shapiro. Just started that 2-3 years ago. Here’s some photos from Dr. Bisanga when I visited him about 5 years ago. He used some pretty harsh lighting but you can get the idea of what the fin has maintained.
  5. BHR Clinic Dr. Christian BISANGA Age: 31 Technique: FUE Medication: Minoxidil on the past Donor densities: 80 FUs/cm2. Mostly 2 hairs per FU Miniaturization on donor area: No Hair Caliber: Medium-Fine Previous surgeries: No Total FU used:- 2531 The goal of this surgery was to rebuild hairline and temples. All the pictures, except the surgery ones, were provided by the patient. Before Pre-Post Surgery 2 Weeks 3 Months 3,5 Months 4 Months 5 Months 1 Week 8,5 Months 10 Months 14 Months Thank you all.
  6. Hi there I'm very close to pulling the trigger on booking a surgery with Dr. Bisanga for an FUE, 2500/2700 graft transplant. I have done what I feel is good research (lurked forums) and Dr. Bisanga seems to fit the bill very well in regards to his online reviews and in dealing with him personally. I had a consultation with him in London a few weeks ago. Now, despite having felt very confident in my research I've become very nervous about making the final booking, paying the deposit and wondering if I'm making the right choice. Another aspect is that I started taking Propecia under Dr.Bisanga's advice. I was adamant on not taking Propecia due to the possible side affects but took it under his good word. I have become anxious about long term effects of this drug. I'd like to ask here if there's any advice or re-assurance you'd be able to give based on my choices? I know a lot of things are down to personal preference of course but I trust your greater knowledge of both the drug Propecia and of Dr. Bisanga within the world of surgery. I would truly appreciate any advice you could give! Thank you
  7. BHR Clinic Dr. Christian BISANGA Age: 39 Technique: FUE Medication: Minoxidil Donor densities: 70-70-90 FUs/cm2 Miniaturization on donor area: No Hair Caliber: Fine Previous surgeries: No Total FU used:- 2371 * FU breakdown:- 1s 600 2s 1061 3s 663 4s 47 TOTAL: 2371 That means 2371 FU = 4899 Hairs. Average = 2,06 hairs/FU. The goal of this surgery was to rebuild hairline and temples. All the pictures, except the surgery ones, were provided by the patient. Pre-Post Surgery 2 Months 3,5 Months 8 Months 10,5 Months 14 Months
  8. In Europe, Dr. Feriduni, Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Devroye, Dr. Reddy, Dr. Farjo, Dr. Lupunzula etc.
  9. Hi, folks! I did it! I am 32 years old. Almost 6 weeks ago, I had my first HT at Dr. Bisanga in Brussels. A few weeks ago I was in the assumption that Dr. De Reys would be the doctor of choice - with regard to the balance of price and performance. However, I've read more and more negative reviews about Dr. De Reys and Dr. Bisanga's quality benefits were more important to me: - a well-established and very multi-cultural team of several people (Dr. De Reys has just his wife) - almost everyday treatments, thus a professional routine (Dr. De Reys has perhaps only one patient per week) ensures - internationally renowned (Top 5) and recommended by lots of users worldwide - constant very good results with super-hair lines (see this forum, see BHR forum and others) - the competence of Dr. Bisanga (collaboration with leading FUE incubators) All this relativized the price difference for me. A short detour: I think that you can not give much on an "independent" hair consultant. It's possibly ok in order to measure and assess the status but not necessary. If it comes to the advice and forwarding to a HT doctor, it turns most likely just about the money. So the consultant will recommend a doctor where he skims the thickest commission, but not one who makes the better (quality) work for the patient/consulter. Therefore, for myself I saw a hair consultant as unnecessary and made ​​my own opinion through (nationally and internationally) relevant patient images and reviews. I advise everyone not to be greedy. Don't judge only about the price - it could end in a disaster: you only have one magnificent head of hair, as it is considered to act wisely and not to run to the cheapest provider. Here comes the majority of doctors in Turkey into play. At a bargain price they offer mega fue-sessions in few hours - if the quality would be just such a screamer? :rolleyes: It's all about making a quick buck. Afterwards the patient takes journey home with a wrecked donor and determines few months later that a second HT (repair) is required - provided that the pleasure outweighs the frustration.:rolleyes: Back to topic: Slowly progressing hair loss for about 10 years. No finasterid until three weeks ago. Minoxidil tried sporadically years ago - brought minimal improvement, but not significant. Will start with Minoxidil again in 7 or 14 days. After initial assessment via mail I would be well served with 2500 grafts. So also from Stefan, the German patient advisor of BHR-clinic, with whom I had a really super correspondence (! until today) via mail. After many questions, detailed explanations, information and submission of a blood test, it was done: * * * DAY 1 * * * 7:00: Breakfast at the hotel according to the very clear pre-op instructions from Stefan/BHR 8:00: It's great that the recommended Hotel is only a stone's throw away from the BHR-clinic. A minute's walk and I was there. First of all: as the hotel staff saw me post-op without bandana, I noticed that they weren't shocked. :eek: When asked I was told quite bluntly that they are used to it, because very often patients from around the world check in. Very happy to here this. Leandro, the speci-anesthetist, caught me by the entrance door and led me to the area where even Dr. Bisanga sat and greeted me warmly and with a loose way. After filling out some forms I went with Dr. Bisanga into the next room to measure my donor density. Dr. Bisanga drew a hair line and asked me if I was satisfied with this. Yes - except for the receding hairline, minimally to high/strict. "No problem," replied Dr. Bisanga and corrected the hairline. He estimated from coarse and announced that it will be circa 2500-2700 grafts. I expressed my wish that he can take more quiet grafts and should, in order to ensure an even higher hairline density and safety/wealth. Directly following in another next room to get changed over and for the "photohoot" (dry and wet): https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8ljdz487al0bv44/AAApbtS1wZtWJmUH75YhiAHHa 9:00: After the small flashbulbs I went into the operating room. The TV with desired music also was already running. Leandro introduced me to the nice assistant Naima. Very humorous and loose both. Leandro measured the blood pressure etc. and started the anesthesia of the donor. Without exaggerating: I endured the injections very well! For me the syringes and pain are harmless than that of a dentist. That speaks for Leandro's competence. It was injected so much until I felt no pain. That was the signal. I lay comfortably head over and Dr. Bisanga began with the punches, which weren't painful. Crazy but true: it had given me even a kind of joy to hear the hissing of the punches. Following Naima extracted the grafts - felt nothing, and if so, I got further anesthetic injections. Everything fine. After all that extraction Dr. Bisanga continued with the slits. about 13:00: Lunch. First I had made ​​a selection of some hot dishes and dessert. Subsequently, the grafts were placed by the hairline specialist. Dr. Bisanga came sometimes and looked over her shoulder. Again a pain-free job: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/j4j7qmpjemico9l/AABlRaUDzhIQRBqkq6c2ma4ta about 19:00: Quitting time. Approximately 1400 grafts were transplanted. My head felt like a block but I could sleep well. In contrast to the antibiotic I didn't take the painkillers as it wasn't necessary. * * * DAY 2 * * * 11:00: With anticipation we went on to the second round of the spectacle. As on the previous day: Leandro initiated the anesthesia, Dr. Bisanga punched and Naima extracted. Slits again by Dr. Bisanga. Everything spic and span. Lunch break. about 14:30: The two sympathetic girls, Vero and Lori, now accompanied me for the rest of the day. Lori to the left, Vero to the right side - both fill the still bald recipient area in the routine flow. In TV ran the FIFA World Cup reports about the biter, Luis Suarez - we had a good laugh 22:00: Quitting time. Debriefing with Marianna (secretary, accounting) and also with Dr. Bisanga for a short time. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/dvwdqt7gsolq7z1/AAApu8xnoVOytQlnUs0FIXzsa In the end: 3076 grafts with ... 1 hair: 638 2 hairs: 1427 3 hairs: 894 4 hairs: 117 average 2.16 hairs per graft. * * * DAY 3 * * * 9:15: Before I took my departure, Leandro even introduced me in the application of the utensils (ointment, salt spray, betadine). Well I arrived here. At the end of my review. Become slightly longer, but it's worth reading. For the great team who deserves it. My heartfelt thanks go to all of them, of course, Chris (Dr. Bisanga) and also my advisor Stefan - all for professional work, for his kind and warm reception and the family togetherness. The two or three days in the BHR-clinic felt more like a short holiday trip and I am looking forward to a reunion in a year at the latest. (for a photoshoot )
  10. Please see the 2904 FUE graft result of the following patient. The graft distribution: 2904 FUE grafts total 1's - 479 2's - 1287 3's - 1103 4's - 35 Every graft was checked under a microscope prior to insertion to the recipient area. Placements Before & After
  11. Hi Bismarck, The next result we will share as soon as possible is a case where patient had a "combo" surgery using Strip and FUE techniques in the same procedure. If I am not wrong Strip grafts were used on frontal-mid section, and FUE behind to restore the whole area. Dr. Bisanga used 6000+ grafts in total. Hope to post it very soon. Kind regards,
  12. This is difficult, because the artistry of surgeons vary from surgeon to surgeon. Some patients, may like Dr. Diep's hairline designs, while others may prefer Dr. Rahal, it is somewhat like choosing between a Mercedez and BMW. It comes down to preference. We recommend most of the best FUE surgeons on the planet, Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Diep, Dr. Devroye, Dr. Feriduni, Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Konoir etc.
  13. Hello, I had my procedure with Bisanga the 14th of June. I'm in my mid twenties, so he made a pretty conservative hairline on me, which I agreed on. I've always had a high hairline anyways. The staff were really nice and overall my experience was as good as it could get! Been using proscar for over 2 years now, and I have been on and off minoxodil. Grafts breakdown: 1 Hair 720, 2 Hair 1375, 3 Hair 1125, 4 Hair 374. I have one question; I have been massaging my scalp now to remove the scabs, and I've seen several hairs follow. Should I be worried? Pictures will be uploaded later
  14. I've already posted my HT experience with Dr. Bisanga in the reviews section of the forum. You can read it here if you're interested: 4703 FUT Dr. Bisanga, Brussels (21 August 2013) - Forum By and for Hair Loss Patients That section is primarily for reviewing your Doctor and day at the surgery (or at least that's how i understand it). My 1st HT is now done so I'm shifting to results mode and sharing my ugly-duckling-to-beautiful-swan journey with you all I'm healing well. Most scabs came off today which was the first day I was allowed to gently massage the recipient area. The hair also seems to be growing rapidly! I really hope it falls out soon as I don't like this look. Since the areas around was shaved it's uneven and the contrasts and transition from bald to hair is too big. I'd also like to grow my hair a bit longer so that the "island" in the back can grow into longer surrounding hair. The way it is now is just unnatural. I asked Dr Bisanga to place some hair at the back to prevent "scalp shine". Once it's longer it should "fall" in to the surrounding areas like a mini comb over. It should tie me over until my 2nd HT which will concentrate on the remaining areas. I know it will look ok in the end, but I would rather it all fell out and then grew back slowly as thin wispy hair which then thickens gradually... Hoping for a shed in the next couple of weeks Attached are my pre-op,post-op and 1 week photos. All photos are taken without flash, but the light conditions may vary slightly. Some techie specs… 1s x 527 2s x 1974 3s x 1452 4s x 750 Totaling 4703 grafts 11831 hairs 2.5 average hair per follicle
  15. Hello every one ... I am going to have my FUT with Dr.Bisanga in 2 days and I like to share my experience for those who may find it useful . My first FUT was done in 2006 ( when I was 27 years old ) in iran with an unknown doctor to this forum . I had sever thinning on top front of my scalp at that time and I was told that 2000 grafts was done ! It looked very good for almost 3 years , until the surrounding hair started to fall ,reaching my today's condition, where the transplanted hair is like an island . ( disconnected from the humps / 360 degree surrounding ). You can see my profile for the pictures of my donor scar and many views of my current hair situation , as of April 2015 . I have been thinking of doing my 2nd HT for couple of years now , but I made my mind 6-7 month ago , and I started my research since December 2014 , using this website as a valuable source of available info , PLUS valuable advise from good people I could contact through the forum as well . My story of searching and finally choosing Dr.bisanga is a long one and may be out of most people's interest , so I don't get into that here . ( however , for anyone interested to know, please PM me and I will discuss & explain with my pleasure ). On late March I visited BHR and Dr.Bisanga examined my hair and scar and opted for FUT ( like all other clinics I had consulted except Turkish clinics which opted for FUE). Dr.bisanga opted for 3,500 grafts on a single day by removing the old scar and leaving a new scar . my surgery is in 2 days and by the end of next week , I will put all photos from the big day for everyone to see . Pls wish me luck . Thanks for reading
  16. Please see the FUE result of the following patient who wished to restore and lower his hairline and also restore his temple points. The after pictures that can be seen are new updated clinic pictures 10 months after the operation. The patient is extremely pleased with the result. The graft distribution: 3456 grafts total 1's - 797 2's - 1278 3's - 1089 4's - 292 Every graft was checked under a microscope prior to insertion to the recipient area. Placements Before & After (10 months)
  17. Hello, interested what you have to say about my case About me - i’m 35 years old, my temples started to recede with about 25 years and stopped where they are now. Previous generations have the same grade of receded temples, nothing worse. To be on the safe side i started taking Finasteride about 3 years ago, no side effects. I always wanted to have full hair and want to close my temples. The hairline is fine for me. On the pictures you can see my actual hair status styled with hair-wax and non styled. The surgeons i have contacted so far recommend the following Dr. Ali Karadeniz 4.000-5.000 hair Dense-Packing, with no visible difference between original and transplanted hair areas „In hair transplantation, 100 hair needs to be transplanted for 1 cm2 coverage with high density“ Dr. Resul Yaman 2.200-2.700 grafts around 50 grafts / cm2 (which is not the maximum, will be decided on site) Both do the consultation / hairline discussion and incisions but do not extract and place the graft. Dr. Yaman is recommended by this site altough i am not 100% sure what to think about that. There are a few casing speaking against him but it does seem that they try to actively re-build their reputation. Contact was great and the similiar patient-cases (promotional links to other forums removed) which were sent to me as a showcase do look promising. Dr. Karadeniz seems to be very ethnical but despite mentioning on several youtube videos that assistants doing the extractions is not a good decisions and not allowed … now does quote a surcharge for him doing the extractions (instead of his assistants. On the spanish and french forums there are more patient experiences than here. I have ruled out Hairline Clinic / Asmed / Dr. Kaan / Bisanga (break the bank for me) as well as Dr. Bhatti (good ethical doctor, flights are a horror) ElitHairTransplant Dr. Balwi (Technician-Clinic), Dr. Demirsoy (density too low), Dr. Hakan Doganay (too risky altough he is on the way to re-validate himself with more interaction). - Do you think i am a right candidate for a hair transplant? - Is there one surgeon you would recommend above the other? - Are these densities „enough“ to get a natural / dense look? If you have a look at my photos - you can see my scalp here and there on the front. This would be fine for me. Is that achievable? (I do understand that i this won't give me a you-can't-spot-anything-at-all-H&W result.) Thanks for your input!
  18. Hi Princessisland17, Dr. Bisanga used 3071 Strip grafts on this case. Regarding the cost I should ask to the clinic since it was a repair case and maybe it was a little bit more expensive than usual. Please feel free to send me a PM if you wish to know more about this case. @ Gasthoerer, thank you very much for your comments, really appreciated. Regards,
  19. Hi guys, first of all, i want to thank the other members of this forum for documenting their experiences, this helped me on deciding on Dr. Bisanga to perform my FUE transplant. I am scheduled for approx. 2400-3000 grafts tomorrow morning with the Dr. I filled out an online consultation form on their website a couple of months ago and was promptly contacted by Hilde who helped answer any questions that i had. She also helped me book a hotel and arranged for a driver to pick me up from the airport. Shout out to Hilde. im a little jet lagged and tired right now (35 hour journey to brussels), so will make another post tomorrow after the surgery and will continue updating my progress after that.
  20. We usually advise a baby shampoo or a soft one during the 1st weeks after a procedure. 2 months after you could use a regular one like H&S or any other you may like. That's what I also did after my surgeries with Dr. Bisanga. Nevertheless it is better if you contact your doctor and follow his advice. Regards,
  21. Please see below a case result of 1922 FUE. The patient had diffuse hair loss that was primarily situated in the frontal area. We added density and also lowered and rebuilt his hairline slightly. Every graft was checked under a microscope prior to insertion. The after pictures have been sent by the patient. Graft breakdown: 1 hair - 472 2 hair - 836 3 hair - 590 4 hair - 24 Total: 1922 FUE Before & Afters (12 months)
  22. UPDATE: Ithas now been over 3 months since I have started taking Minoxidil. I'm certain now it is MPB, too. Minoxidil - does it work? There is very noticable improvement on my temples. My right side temple used to be almost bald (just the small temple area of course) with only very small extremely thin hair remaining. Now there is plenty of 1cm long hair there, albeit still thin. The density is not great either but it is a clear improvement and I worry less about exposing these areas now. On the left side it wasn't es bad as on the right side to begin with, it improved there as well. It's still noticable but I can actually part my hair right there for a side swept hairstyle and it wouldn't even be noticable currently unless you really looked carefully. As for the crown I'm not that happy. I seem to be getting less results there. I don't know if that is because maybe the Minoxidil ist getting caught mostly in my semi long hair instead of my scalp or because it's progressing a lot and the Minoxidil isn't strong enough or if it actually did improve but I just don't see the difference that much. I also feel like it's getting worse on top. I'm applying the Minoxidil in the front in a line across the whole hairline and in the crown I'm applying it in a bit of a star or spokes shape radiating out from the center of the crown. Lastly I'm putting a line across the center, starting at the front in the center of my hairline and going back to my vortex. So I'm not covering my whole head. That's how they told me to do it at the belgravia center. So I'm concerned about the rest of my head. I would like to start fin also. What would be my best approach for that? I was told by one HT surgeon to wait until I have taken Minoxidil for 6 months and then take it from there. But 6 months is a long time. And I'm definitely still losing hair I can tell in the shower. Thinner hair that is, so it's not the long still healthy hair. I have also had a consultation with Dr. Bisanga and I am disappointed. I had asked about Fin and he recommended I get on it asap. He told me he was taking it. I asked if he will keep taking it and for how long he had taken it now. Then he told me he had actually stopped taking it. Uppon my inquiry as to why he said because he's getting older and realizing hair is not that important to him anymore. I didn't buy that so I asked him two more times during the course of our talk. Until he admitted that he actually stopped because there is a risk of severe prostate cancer associated with taking Fin and he is getting worried about that at his age. Hiding this information is most likely downright criminal and I find that shocking. Regardless of this I am still wanting to start taking Finasteride with a different doctor. So I still wonder what the best way to start would be, considering I am on Minoxidil and seing some results.
  23. Have you ever been trolled on the Internet? Had someone tell a pack of lies about you, anonymously? I have, some years ago.. All one had to do, was to enter my name into Google, and up they ‘popped’ Stuff like, ‘Don’t deal with this guy, he’s a conman’, and other similar comments. Comments designed to attack their victims reputation, and cause damage to their business’s. Comments, that are almost impossible to deal with. Simply because the perpetrators are invariably anonymous, hiding behind their anonymity. What makes it even more hurtful, is that throughout my career, I have written and published numerous articles warning unsuspecting clients, of the dangers of dealing with ‘rogue’ hair transplant clinics, and the physical, and psychological damage that many of these unregistered clinics can inflict on their unsuspecting patient’s. Many, of which use non-medical trainees to perform surgical procedures on their unfortunate victims. In fact, you only have to check-out the majority of my articles on LinkedIn, to understand how deeply I feel about misrepresentation and misinformation in my industry The question is, how do you counter claims from invariably anonymous individuals, intent on causing you, and your business harm? It’s virtually impossible. Trolls spread lies, deceit, and cause damage, and they enjoy every minute they can make someone else miserable. To quote another internet writers definition of trolls: ‘They may be obnoxious teens, but, more often than not, they’re seemingly “normal” adults who use internet anonymity to shed their veneer of decency and show their ugly selves. Trolls are basically cyber bullies on steroids – cowards afraid to show their face but nastier and more dedicated than garden-variety bullies. They are often fairly tech savvy, willing to dig up a comment or information from your past to distort, thereby “justifying” their actions’. So, why, you may ask, do I find myself highlighting my past problems with trolls, after many years of being ‘troll free’? The answer is, that someone new has risen his ugly head, only this time he’s not entirely anonymous. In fact, this guy is one of the ‘so called’ 'senior member' on one of the more reputable hair sites. Let’s take a closer look at what he’s saying, with reference to ‘yours truly’. My own experience of him was that of a car `salesman` who told me i had the donor for 3k grafts via fue. He then showed me a video of himself having the fue procedure. He suckered me in as I was young and naive. When I got to Greece the Dr took two strips either side of my head leaving me with massive scars and little growth. Firstly, he’s saying he was advised to have F.U.E, (Follicular Unit Extraction), which is requires no strips, Is the most non-invasive procedure available, that leaves virtually no scars – only detectable on shaving the patient’s donor area to skin. Then he says that when he got to Greece, he had two strips taken? Well he may claim to have been young and naive, but he surely will have had enough intelligence to recognize the difference between F.U.E., and Strip surgery? Every move our surgeon makes, is clearly explained to our patient's prior to it happening. If he booked for F.U.E. then F.U.E., is what he will have had. To perform F.U.T., on a patient who booked for F.U.E. would be criminal, and gross misrepresentation. So, why isn’t EJ making that claim? Because it simply didn’t happen, is the answer. On my return I knocked on Malcolms door and he gave me some money back as basically I was not leaving, if you know what I mean.The man is an utter scumbag, and not to be trusted, he hides away in Greece now. Now, presumably E.J’s comments, are to give the impression of what a cool guy he really is. He claims to have knocked on my door and demanded, and got some of his money back? Not so cool, when you read that he booked F.U.E, and then sat back while our doctor performed F.U.T. (Strip surgery) on him? And why would we give him some of his money back? it takes several months for him to realise the results of his procedure? So, what reason would we have to returned part of his money? It couldn’t have been because he was unhappy with is results: Or is he saying he demanded money back in the UK, at a later date? I don’t think so. We ceased consulting out of the UK, after a couple of Months? We decided it was more cost-effective to consult online with Skype, or use prospective patient’s photos to assess their needs. This way we could afford to reduce the costs to our patient’s. By cutting out the expense of my hiring consulting rooms in Harley Street, flights, hotels etc. So, is EJ claiming he flew back to Greece to get his refund? Again, why would we agree that, when he’s just had his procedure, and would have had no valid reason for a refund? Now, let’s deal with the real reason that EJ would want to blacken my name, to a prospective client of ours? Well, after slagging me off to Fahri, EJ suggested he consider Belgium? Why would he do that? Could if be, that the doctor he recommended, Dr Bisanga, is based in Belgium? So, I researched Dr. Bisanga in Google, and low and behold, Dr. Christian Bisanga Hair Transplant Surgeon in Brussels, Belgium The good doctor is in indeed, based in Brussels. Surprise, Surprise!! Now were getting to the possible reasons for all this slander. Could it be our friend EJ, is using his position on the Hair Restoration Social Network site, as a tool to switch other peoples prospective clients to his doctor in Belgium? That, my good buddy EJ, is more than likely, getting a commission from Dr. Bisanga? I’ll let others members of this, be the judge of that? I would like to add a little advice to others on this site, commenting on their own results: Many patient’s of hair restoration, fail to consider, that when they have their hair transplanted, they will invariably continue to lose their existing hair. That is, assuming they are not using one of the hair drugs, or low level laser therapy to maintain that existing growth, and they are still suffering mail pattern baldness. So, when someone claims to have had little growth, it’s more than likely, their transplanted growth, will have replaced their original, ‘natural’ growth. Finally, as I have been advised, the Hair Restoration Social Network site, is not to be used, as a platform for clinics, or those connected to clinics, as a tool to promote their businesses. I would respectfully ask this of their management. Gentlemen, I am writing in response to claims against my reputation, I would respectfully ask, that I am able to publish a link to a recent article. An article designed to warn anyone considering hair restoration surgery, of the misrepresentation, and misinformation circulating on the internet My regards, Malcolm.
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