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  1. You hit the nail on the head, Dr. Diep pretty much said the same thing. They live in a bubble, and they believe any doctor that practices in an expensive area of LA must be doing good work i.e Beverly Hills, Bel-Air etc. I was watching a podcast recently with David Spade and he was talking about hair transplants, and how surgeons have it down to a science with a robot. I chuckled to myself, but then I thought man it's sad that so many famous and wealthy people are so ill-informed. I really wish more people knew about this forum, it would save them a lot of money and most importantly save them from bad results.
  2. Dr. Arocha in Houston/Dallas Dr. David Melamed in LA, California Dr. Bauman in NY I could mention more but they're anecdotal.
  3. I hope my story and experience helps hair loss guys like myself know that there are options out there, after many years of research and seeing fellow professionals have a hair transplant it gave me the guidance and hope that I could get my locks back. Having been a professional footballer, I know what confidence can do for a player and hair loss has certainly knocked my confidence in the past. Playing in the premier league for over ten years allowed me to have the confidence however I have to admit, losing hair certainly knocked my confidence and I can now see why Rooney and even my former room mate David Beckham seem to do what they can to keep hold of their hair. No shame in this, even though in the UK there seems to be a stigma attached to guys and even women looking for ways to help with their hair loss problems. I have been researching the past few years at clinics in the UK and abroad with the help of forums. After numerous consultations I picked The Hair Dr Clinic in Leeds, a few reasons really for this choice, I was never pushed into making a decision, the surgeon was honest with his expectations and what really did it was he wanted to educate me on all my options and said come back if I wished. I found the approach, support, professional aspect and caring environment made me confident in choosing this clinic. I know through research that my donor area is quite weak and if I were to have a procedure it would be to frame the face and mid section in which I would be happy with as I like my hair short. The aim was to use my donor area and beard area to extract the grafts to achieve this. I felt confident this could be achieved and even got to meet some of Dr Arshad's patients in which the work looked great. It has taken me almost ten years to decide to go ahead with a procedure and at the age of 44, i feel my hair loss is stable enough and i am realistic enough in regards to expectations and future progression. Day of the procedure I arrived at the clinic in good time and it was safe to say the nerves started to kick in a little, felt a little like the moments before a big match! We discussed the procedure, expectations and any questions I had, I was not rushed and made at ease almost immediately with The Hair Dr Clinic team. We then agreed the hairline and discussed my donor and beard area. I had no real desire to bring forward my hairline, as I didn't want to dramatically change the way I look, and this was taken on board when the hairline was agreed, in which i was happy with and ready to go. Following the consultation with Dr Arshad, I was taken to the room which seemed state of the art. They were 2 tecs and a patient coordinator alongside Dr Arshad whom was involved in all the process. My hair was shaved and numbing injections taken to start the procedure. The injections were a little nerving to numb the area however after a minute or so i couldn’t feel a thing Once the extraction was done, we had lunch and then Dr Arshad was ready to implant the grafts into my hairline. I have met Dr Arshad a few times before and know how much he prides himself on his work, and at points it was like seeing an artist in action. Constantly checking his work and hairline and seeing if i was happy with the work. The extraction and implantation seemed to fly by, I was that relaxed I fell asleep a few times. Once I was cleaned up I had a meeting with Som and Dr Arshad who talked me through some of the medicines to take that evening to avoid swelling and infection. The clinic provided me with an after care pack with instructions, medicines and lotions to help with my after care and a contact number I could call at anytime in case I had any questions which put me at ease. Summary Since the moment i arrived, the whole experience has been extremely positive. Dr.Arshad and the team were extremely professional and caring. I was felt to be made welcomed, never rushed and was put at ease in what is a big thing for most patients having an operation. The Hair Dr Clinic have been superb with the support and aftercare and I really couldn't of wished for a better experience. I am realistic in my expectations and hope the following months i start to see these. Everything was done to a very high standard throughout and gives me confidence that i will come away with a nice result. Thank you to Dr Arshad and The Hair Dr team! I will keep you all updated on my progress, please see the photos attached. Any questions, please do not hesitate ask and I will respond when possible. Hope this helps.
  4. 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.
  5. 1800 Grafts received in frontal region from the Talented Dr. Tejinder Bhatti My Story:So where to start from? I was just 15 years old when i started to feel something is not right with my hair.As years progressed I started to see that my hairs are receding drastically.At the tender age of 18 when i was in 12th standard i had 2 bald patches in the famous "W"or "M" shape, whatever it is.I cant express my feelings how dejected,shocked,lost i was at mere age of 18. All i could do was to do a combover. Surprised i was that it covered my bald patches nicely, but i was left insecure. Those insecure feelings like if someone catches my combover,the fear of wind, the ugly hairstyle reason etc etc. I lost My girlfriend, My friends not because of only balding but because of those insecure feelings. I stopped going to social events,birthday parties,nightouts. Hell I even stopped doing my favourite hobbies, games etc etc. I know some of you can relate with me:(. The matter of fact was i believed that i looked good only with my hairs. So basically what i was feeling at just the starting point of my college is i cant express with WORDS.Somehow someway with regular insults about my hair i passed my college. I was a very friendly, fun loving person before my hairloss begun. And by the end of college i had became exactly opposite.I used to get irritated so easily, stopped doing all funthings. Ghosh i can carry on and on and on. I will stop herewith it. In my final year of college at age of 21 i decided to do something about my baldness. I started doing online research day in and out and then from somewhere i reached this beautiful website. And that was it. i educated myself about every possible thing.I reached to a conclusion that i wanted to do a hair transplant . Thats the only way up. So the next but the most difficult step was to select a proven doctor. But For me that was the most easy decision thanks to this website. I selected Dr Tejinder Bhatti for my hair transplant. Appointment: I made an appointment with 6 months remaining in my final year.I went to clinic, met doctor. He examined me and suggested that i needed nearly 1800 grafts Or as He said 1800 grats will improve my condition.. I then returned to my city but with the feeling of hope,optimism that i never felt in so many years. With the hope that something can be done. With the hope that if all things fall in to place i can have hairs again. And i finally decided to undergo hair transplant in the month of June. Procedure Day: Sorry but i wont go deep into this. As it has already been covered by david, shera and more. It was same with me with same ease and comfort. Thanks to Every member of Darling Buds. Clinic: The Darling Buds clinic is clean, modern and state-of-the-art. His staff is friendly, caring and attentive. They took great care of me. Doctor: An Amazing Person to start with. With his vast experience and knowledge i never felt hesitant about ht. Always readily replied to my emails,questions Summary: To every person considering Dr Tejinder Bhatti i request you to follow this link to get some info about him. This description by david contains everything that isneeded to be known about Dr Bhatti. http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/178637-dr-tejinder-bhatti-2412-fue-february-23-2015-a.html I will soon post my result, and more importantly month to month description. I have attached My few preop photos.. Thankyou
  6. Hi I wanted to post a follow up to my original thread, two years and three months after my initial visit to Dr. Bahtti's clinic. With plenty of time to gather my thoughts and appreciate the full results I have put into words all that I've been able to gather in this journey. I hope it serves you well in your own: Good hair restoration is an artform. All great works of art have one thing in common, they were not created in one day, they evolve through time. From Michelangelo's David to da Vinci's Monalisa they were all the product of progressive work. The same applies to a great hair restoration, this is one of the most important lessons I have learned during this journey. Two years ago I underwent a successful 2100 grafts FUE procedure with Dr Bhatti, the results were impressive, as evidenced on my previous post. During my consultation with Dr Bhatti I asked him to take a "less is more" approach in order to safeguard as much of the donor area resources as possible for when I had a chance to experience the transplanted hair growth and understand the best ways to style it (remember you can always add more but once it has been transplanted you can't turn back and the donor area resources are a limiting factor). So, after a year of enjoying his work and becoming acquainted with the looks of different lengths and stylings I had a clear idea of what could make it look even better than it already did. It basically came down to accentuating the windows peak area, since it was a defining feature of my hairline in my early 20's and to maximize the density so that I could also wear my hair very short and the areas with original and transplanted hair would look as equally dense as possible. I have a protruded forehead and the peak makes it look much smaller and balances my facial proportions. Last May I contacted his office to make arrangements for another procedure, and to my surprise Dr Bhatti gladly agreed to perform it free of cost as a retouch because the hairline he drew on the first consultation took that area into account. Even then I was a bit in doubt if it was really necessary, to me that is testament to how good his initial work was. I've always been told that I have a baby face appearance therefore a more aggressive hairline doesn't look awkward, especially since he had brought my temples forward on the first procedure. I was looking forward to share the result with the doctor and his team as I was so grateful what they had done for me. The protocol was the same as in my first visit, this time they even assisted me with the arrangements for accommodation. His driver picked me up at the hotel the morning after my arrival and took me to their new facilities, a state of the art dedicated medical services building. Upon seeing their faces I couldn't help but smile, at that point no word could express my gratitude. We had a brief consultation where Dr Bhatti listened carefully to my feedback, he explained his plan, documented the results and proceeded to prep my head by trimming my hair very short. The plan was to add 500 grafts to the frontal hairline and the widow's peak. The procedure went as uneventful as the first, his team showing again a high level of skill and professionalism. As in the first procedure, Dr Bhatti did the anesthesia and harvesting of grafts. After a short breakfast break Dr Bhatti made the slits and this took around 20 mins. The old team of my previous procedure did the plantation. Well co-ordinated with Dr Bhatti supervising the plantation every now and then and enquiring about my comfort. The plantation Once done they covered my head and got me to eat some lunch. After that it was time to reveal the grafted area, clean the donor area and bandage my head, once again I was blown out of the water as the amount of work he puts in is so evident, opposed to the doctor who did my botched procedure in the USA. Once completed the driver took me back to my hotel. Next morning I was picked up and taken to the clinic for the removal of the bandages, a final documentation of his work and to go over the care instructions and receive the care kit. I had decided that this time I wanted to stay at the villa the clinic offers for post-op recovery in Kasauli, one of the hill stations adjacent to Chandigarh, an elegant and peaceful retreat that includes a lovely lady that cooks deliciously and cleans for you. At USD 25 a day it is worth every penny. After spending a few days there resting and exploring the hill station I was ready to hit the road, but before returning to the US it was time to make the most of my trip by enjoying some sightseeing, this year it was time to explore Amritsar, home to the Golden Temple. India is such a big country with such rich and complex history that you barely can scratch the surface in just one visit. I know I will be back. Dr Bhatti and his team are like distant relatives to me now, anytime I look at myself in the mirror I can't help but think about them and how much they've done for me. A few last thoughts two years into this journey. Number one, trust Dr Bhatti and his work and don't cheap out on the PRP therapy that he is advocating as it is an essential element in the transplant result's success. Second, as one would be tempted to get every single possible hair grafted in one shot, the true artform lies in the work not being detected, specially by those who know you. I have noticed in the last two years friend commenting in social media about people they know who have gotten work done and they poke fun at the fact that they can tell they've had work done due to a combination of unesthetic looking and excessive restoration, in my case the only comment I've received in numerous times has been that I don't seem to age, a testament to his work, a boost of confidence to me and a win for all.
  7. Dear David, I am going to book my second HT and for me it’s all about having a world class Doctor doing the whole procedure and his technique. The best results are due to the quality of the Doctor but it does help if he is using a higher quality technique such as Stick and Place or Direct Hair Implantation. Stick and Place: Doctor opens the hole/Channel and immediately inserts the hair. Direct Hair Transplantion uses implantors (Lion implantor being the best implantor available) and with implantors the nurses will place each removed hair into the implantor and then the Doctor will perform two steps at the same time: 1. open the hole/channel 2. Insert the hair into the scalp. Doctors that use technicians will only open all the holes/channels were your hairs will be inserted and then the technicians will insert all the hairs. Both techniques provide great results because a world class Doctor can achieve great results with either technique. I am going to do my second HT and I rulled out all Doctors using technicians but I also need a world class Doctor that is affordable because I need at leat 5000 grafts (and from looking at your pictures I would expect you will also need between 4000 to 5000 grafts). My search lead me to Kaan Pekiner: 2.15€/graft for Stick&Place with all manual FUE and does BHT from the beard to add density for 2.4€/graft. Dr. Pekiner worked with Keser who is one of the best FUE Doctors in the world but charges 3,5€/graft and afterwards Pekiner worked at HLC Ankara for 7 years. Check his results in this forum and the italian forum https://bellicapelli.forumfree.it/m/?f=64816590 Couldn’t find any other Doctor with this level of technique and results at this price level. Let me know if you find other Doctors with posted results that are doing the whole procedure themselves with either stick and place or DHT with Lion implanter, at this price point.
  8. Dear David , I try to understhand your problem bec. ı use google translate for german to englısh:) I saw your problem and ı read all ınformatıon. I can advice you Dr. Reşat . ı had operation 6 months before but only front and top part. And ım very happy rıght now and ı have another 6 months for get fınaly result. They care of you from Airport until your last day. Also He has ISHRS certificate and he is enter to operation as well. I hıghly recomend Dr. Reşat- PtimeHTC For more information you can mail me from here :faridharoon51@gmail.com
  9. Yes, I live in Colombia, so I specifically designed this thread for Hair Transplant surgeons in Colombia. UPDATE: I spoke with Dr. Juan David Londono in MEDELLIN who appears to have a decent amount of success with hair transplants and has very good reviews. (Side Note: He also handles other plastic surgeries like most Colombian hair transplant surgeons). His secretary stated via WhatsApp that his consultations cost $50.00 USD..... I told them, that I didn't feel comfortable paying for someone that I wouldn't be sure I'd be choosing and they let me walk away without receiving a consultation. I may in the end pay $50.00 for the consultation, however it left a really bad impression for me that they were so insistent on such a high cost for a consultation and were willing to sacrifice my business over it (considering he has no reputation for HT which would justify anybody paying that).
  10. Sorry to revive an old topic, but Dr. Josephitis, has there been any update on this? I wasn't able to find anything in the search results so I thought I would ask here
  11. All, Thanks to all who helped me with their feedback and even by sharing their experiences. I have scheduled my procedure with Dr. Bhatti on Dec 7 2017, which is tomorrow. I'm anxious but excited at the same time. As you all know, I communicated with lots of Doc's and there was a separate thread on that http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/188136-need-suggestion-planning-hair-transplant-soon.html After carefully reviewing their recommendations, I have decided to go with Dr. Bhatti. Thanks to Shera and David for their timely and valuable support. Day -1 I flew on 5th to India and 6th to Chandigarh, Dr,Bhatti's driver picked me up from the airport and took us to the clinic where all the formalities before the procedure are taken care. I had my consultation with the doc. We worked on the hairline and revisited the grafts recommendation. It would be somewhere around 2200-2500. Day 0 Its almost 3:30 am here and waiting to be picked up by the driver at 6:30...I will keep you guys updated.... Thanks all again.
  12. Hi, just wanted to post my experience of my fue hair transplant I've just had on the 15th/16th Dec, I had my surgery with dr. Raghu reddy at the private clinic in Harley street. I've been receding for about 20 years, so decided to do something about it! After my initial consultation with dr. Reddy and David (patient co ordinator) it was decided I would need about 5500 hairs to be transplanted, which I was happy with, I've got slight thinning in the crown, but the dr agreed it wouldn't be worth surgery at this time, so we decided to concentrate on the frontal area. The day of surgery I was quite anxious, not knowing what to expect etc, but all of the team were friendly and put me at ease very quickly, the team worked together very well, they've been together for a number of years, so know exactly how each other work which I think is a very definite bonus. The surgery itself was painless ( think the worst part was having to have my head shaved!) only slight Little scratches when applying anaesthetic, definately less pain than I was expecting! In the morning they will do the extraction, then a break for lunch, they give you a menu in morning to choose what you would like to have, then back again in afternoon for implantation. As with all clinics, I think you find senior technicians help the surgeon with extraction/implantation as well, shiva (extraction) umar (implantation) they were both brilliant as well, the time went very quickly, could watch tv, talk to the dr and technicians as well. I'm extremely happy with the hairline design as well, which was something I was worried about, Dr. Reddy, shiva and umar spent a good amount of time making sure it looked right, which I was really pleased about as its now permanent! I did alot of research before I chose my doctor and clinic, as I think everyone should as its such a big step, and I'm really pleased I chose Dr.reddy and team, the donor site the morning after I was quite shocked at, I was expecting a bloody mess of holes everywhere, which I'm seen plenty of times online in my research, But in all honestly I could barely see the extraction pointswhich is a testament to the skill of the team, and also I haven't had any pain at all:..it hasn't been just the surgery I've been happy with but also the way I was looked after by everyone at the clinic, the whole thing was great from start to finish, if anyone is thinking of having a procedure, obviously do your homework and take your time when choosing your surgeon, I'll get some pics up as soon as possible if anyone is interested, I'll keep updating as well, to let you know my progress, if anyone has any questions about the procedure or clinic just let me know. Thanks
  13. This female patient was suffering from the effects of temple recession which is fairly common in even younger females, but rarely discussed. Dr. Josephitis consulted with the patient to discuss options for reconstructing her temples to regain her feminine hairline. A procedure of 1752 grafts using FUT accomplished the goal with one pass, as the density and design were appropriate given her characteristics and her requirements. This video has been produced in Ultra HD 4K resolution for the maximum level of detail visible.
  14. I went with Dr. David Josephitis of Shapiro Medical Group in Minnesota. Photos are 19 days p/o under bright lights after my first post-op ocean scuba dive. (Hat on religiously before and after I go underwater to protect from sun) It looked basically like this when I got a back-and-sides trim only a day after the staples came out (day 11). I decided to book my operation sort of last minute so I was worried I didn't prepare enough by growing out the donor beforehand. Was worried I was going to have a big smiley back there for awhile. It didn't seem to matter. I can feel little hairs near where the scar is starting to grow, either from shaving near the area or the closure method, not sure. Will likely give it another small boost when that's mature. I still am sweating if the 2675 grafts were enough to fix the crop circle that is my vertex/crown (fingers crossed) but feeling very positive about how my donor area looks. This is around the length I wore it before the op and plan to afterwards. The only (temporary) regret I have about choosing FUT is that I kinda wish I could buzz it for the regrowth phase and let my crown match the surrounding areas. It's gonna look funny as hell for a while. 🤷‍♂️
  15. Hi all! I hope my story and experience helps hair loss guys like myself know that there are options out there, after many years of research and seeing fellow professionals have a hair transplant it gave me the guidance and hope that I could get my locks back. Having been a professional footballer, I know what confidence can do for a player and hair loss has certainly knocked my confidence in the past. Playing in the premier league for over ten years allowed me to have the confidence however I have to admit, losing hair certainly knocked my confidence and I can now see why Rooney and even my former room mate David Beckham seem to do what they can to keep hold of their hair. No shame in this, even though in the UK there seems to be a stigma attached to guys and even women looking for ways to help with their hair loss problems.I have been researching the past few years at clinics in the UK and abroad with the help of forums. After numerous consultations I picked The Hair Dr Clinic in Leeds, a few reasons really for this choice, I was never pushed into making a decision, the surgeon was honest with his expectations and what really did it was he wanted to educate me on all my options and said come back if I wished. I found the approach, support, professional aspect and caring environment made me confident in choosing this clinic. I know through research that my donor area is quite weak and if I were to have a procedure it would be to frame the face and mid section in which I would be happy with as I like my hair short. The aim was to use my donor area and beard area to extract the grafts to achieve this. I felt confident this could be achieved and even got to meet some of Dr Arshad's patients in which the work looked great. It has taken me almost ten years to decide to go ahead with a procedure and at the age of 44, i feel my hair loss is stable enough and i am realistic enough in regards to expectations and future progression. Day of the procedureI arrived at the clinic in good time and it was safe to say the nerves started to kick in a little, felt a little like the moments before a big match! We discussed the procedure, expectations and any questions I had, I was not rushed and made at ease almost immediately with The Hair Dr Clinic team. We then agreed the hairline and discussed my donor and beard area. I had no real desire to bring forward my hairline, as I didn't want to dramatically change the way I look, and this was taken on board when the hairline was agreed, in which i was happy with and ready to go.Following the consultation with Dr Arshad, I was taken to the room which seemed state of the art. They were 2 tecs and a patient coordinator alongside Dr Arshad whom was involved in all the process. My hair was shaved and numbing injections taken to start the procedure. The injections were a little nerving to numb the area however after a minute or so i couldn’t feel a thing Once the extraction was done, we had lunch and then Dr Arshad was ready to implant the grafts into my hairline. I have met Dr Arshad a few times before and know how much he prides himself on his work, and at points it was like seeing an artist in action. Constantly checking his work and hairline and seeing if i was happy with the work. The extraction and implantation seemed to fly by, I was that relaxed I fell asleep a few times. Once I was cleaned up I had a meeting with Som and Dr Arshad who talked me through some of the medicines to take that evening to avoid swelling and infection. The clinic provided me with an after care pack with instructions, medicines and lotions to help with my after care and a contact number I could call at anytime in case I had any questions which put me at ease.SummarySince the moment i arrived, the whole experience has been extremely positive. Dr.Arshad and the team were extremely professional and caring. I was felt to be made welcomed, never rushed and was put at ease in what is a big thing for most patients having an operation. The Hair Dr Clinic have been superb with the support and aftercare and I really couldn't of wished for a better experience. I am realistic in my expectations and hope the following months i start to see these. Everything was done to a very high standard throughout and gives me confidence that i will come away with a nice result. Thank you to Dr Arshad and The Hair Dr team!I will keep you all updated on my progress, please see the photos attached. Any questions, please do not hesitate ask and I will respond when possible.
  16. Hi all, I decided to do the FUE route 5 and 1/2 months ago after researching a couple of FUE recommended doctors from this website. I had narrowed down to Dr. Diep because I liked his hairline work and his results were fairly consistent with several YouTube examples to boot. I did not look outside US for personal reasons and I did not go FUT because I did not want the linear scar and option to keep my hair short. I am 38 y/o and started noticing hair loss in my 20s. Currently on Rogaine 5%, Propecia daily, Nizoral weekly. Started 5 Months before HT. I know I need more than this session and am planning for the next session in a year time. Summary of Follicular Units/ Hair count 1's = 769 769 2's = 1102 2204 3's = 505 1515 4's = 321 1284 Total = 2697 5772 Avg. = 2.14/ graft I don't know if all my growth is complete at this point, but I started noticing it around 4 Mo after the expected shed. I feel I am following the timeline posted here roughly. Anyway this is where I am today. I must thank David, Xtian for their guidance and support. Also Spex on his informative videos-as a newcomer it was a great reliable resource for me.
  17. Dr. Josephitis is the surgeon who performs all of the FUE extractions at Shapiro Medical Clinic, he is a pre-screened recommended surgeon. You can see his results on his doctor profile here: Patient Results
  18. A little background. I have a 4,000+ surgery coming up in two months with Dr. Josephitis at Shapiro Medical Group and frankly have been thinking about it non stop for the last 10 months. I am a 5a, and looking to cover the front half, leaving the crown mainly open. I am currently wearing a hair system - which blows. the system, FYI, is very thin and my scalp shows through in any type of lighitng so as to prepare for transitioning away from system.This HT is the first step in the way of ditching this thing - atleast reducing the size to just my crown until I'm ready for procedue #2. SMG has informed me that I can wear the system after the procedure once 8-10 days have passed, as the grafts will have settled by then. Obviously, using clips so as to not adhere to the implanted area, with the idea that I will take it off at night, weekends (if possible), and obviously while I sleep. As for regrowth, it is my understanding that assuming I follow the Doctors orders, about 20% growth is realized after 3 mos, with 80% of the grows surfacing by month 6, but only 50%-60% of the overall cosmetic appearance will have taken affect at that time. Again, obviously this varies, but I want to make sure I'm understanding all of this correctly. Thank you!
  19. A little background. I have a 4,000+ surgery coming up in two months with Dr. Josephitis at Shapiro Medical Group and frankly have been thinking about it non stop for the last 10 months. I am a 5a, and looking to cover the front half, leaving the crown mainly open. I am currently wearing a hair system - which blows. the system, FYI, is very thin and my scalp shows through in any type of lighitng so as to prepare for transitioning away from system.This HT is the first step in the way of ditching this thing - atleast reducing the size to just my crown until I'm ready for procedue #2. SMG has informed me that I can wear the system after the procedure once 8-10 days have passed, as the grafts will have settled by then. Obviously, using clips so as to not adhere to the implanted area, with the idea that I will take it off at night, weekends (if possible), and obviously while I sleep. As for regrowth, it is my understanding that assuming I follow the Doctors orders, about 20% growth is realized after 3 mos, with 80% of the hair has surfaced by month 6, but only 50%-60% of the overall cosmetic appearance will have taken affect at that time. Again, obviously this varies, but I want to make sure I'm understanding all of this correctly. Thank you!
  20. I particularly like the last part the Dr. Josephitis mentioned... You've invested so much time and money into your hair transplant, and setting yourself up for the best possible outcome possible could be enough to motivate you to quit smoking altogether. Your overall health will thank you. Good luck with whatever you choose!
  21. hi, my name is david, im 30 years old and my hair its more than ok for most part, the only area that loosing hais its the back head (very common unfortunately) i live in the east coast of us, and i got few recommendation doctors that can do hair transplat in a good result, the top 2 that i heard about its dr.rahal in canada and dr. cole in Atlanta i want to hear from someone with maybe exprience about the procces, how was it? how long its take to see results, how much its cost? if have any other recommend doctors. thank you for everyone that help
  22. An excellent result at 7 month’s post op from Dr. Josephitis of Shapiro Medical Group. Few challenging factors to overcome with less than average density and fine caliber hairs on a young NW5 patient. We consider 2892gr Strip/FUT hair transplant on this patient to be a success! http://i296.photobucket.com/albums/mm182/janna0001/DrDavidJosephitis/081916KM/Slide10.jpg[/img
  23. Shapiro Medical is pleased to present a 1 yr result from Dr. David Josephitis. This patient wanted at least 3000 of 4201 grafts to address the frontal half with much lighter coverage to the back half. Multiple sessions were planned from the beginning to address total recipient area of over 200 cm2. This patient will schedule another session to address the crown soon. For now he can enjoy this stand alone FUT procedure that gives him a natural result.
  24. I thought it would be instructive to pass on the tell tale signs of phony or troll posts that are designed to blantantly advertise a surgeon or clinic we have never heard of. First off, it will invariably be the poster's 1st post: HappyHeadHarry Junior Member Posts: 1 The TITLE of the post will be extremely effusive with a minor spelling error. I NEVER THOUGHT MY LIFE WOULD BE SO WIONDERFUL AND FULFILLING!!! Then the introduction ~ they can't help pointing out to you that they are extremely intelligent and note that they always have a friend or mate who turns them on a HT - like they never thought of it on their own. AND they sprinkle in a Celebrity Name. And again, the spelling and odd phrase. Whilst in Graduate school seeking my PHD in Quantum Super Spherical Physics, I noticed that my hair was loosing ad thinning and it was affecting my siocial life. Then at Cheer Club I caught up with my High School mate who had hair like DAVID BECKHAM and I was amazed when he told me that just lays year he too was hair fall! Ah...then he pretends to do research until finding that magical Doctor. I researched exteensively and stopped in for several consultation until I found Dr. Sandahay Kookabura at the Natural Beauty Happy Nail and Freeze Dried Cosmetic Center School. I was so lucky! Then, no description of the procedure, FUE or FUT, graft count, tech info, etc....just a happy experience and done. And growth in record time! And he already forget who the Dr. was. So I got it done adn it was totally painless! And now 6 month later I had thick, luxurious yet manageable hairs and I am already married to a Victoria Secrets Model and drive a Tesla! Check out the photos!! All praise to Dr. Klienstrahooey. And Thank you Beauty Happy Nail and Freeze Dried Cosmetic Center School in Harlokhfy, New Zealand. Next to Kit's Laundry. And then the undisputed proof~ the PICTURES! Invariably lifted from some site somewhere, the last attempt at legitimacy. Maybe the same head, maybe not. Hmmmmmm.... So, the morale is - wherever and whenever there is a phony post, Voxman will shed light and keep the HT world safe. It's what I do
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