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  1. Imo HLC at this link https://www.hairtransplantcenter-turkey.com/hair-transplant-training/ do by far the best work from these options, among the worlds best in general also for FUE. I think I saw Dr. Lupanzula in Belgium offered an extended internship or something along those lines also. There are very few FUE surgeons globally who do good work or that I would have a procedure from even among those who have dedicated their lives to it, very much suspect you'd be looking at at least 6-12 months to provide a competitive service, on top of the fact that hair transplants are ultimately a team effort and finding competent staff and technicians is an extreme difficulty on top of just knowing how to perform the procedure.
  2. Dr. Lupanzula will be in London on Saturday, September the 15th, 2018. This is your opportunity to meet with one of the foremost FUE specialists in the world, and to receive your personalized FUE hair restoration treatment plan. Dr. Lupanzula will be the one to personally meet with you and you will get his full attention during your time with him. In order to secure your reservation, email the clinic at info@medikemosclinic.com or ring us at +442071291227.
  3. Dr. Lupanzula will be in London on Saturday, September the 15th, 2018. This is your opportunity to meet with one of the foremost FUE specialists in the world, and to receive your personalized FUE hair restoration treatment plan. Dr. Lupanzula will be the one to personally meet with you and you will get his full attention during your time with him. In order to secure your reservation, email the clinic at info@medikemosclinic.com or ring us at +442071291227.
  4. There are many clinic where the Dr. performs all or most of the surgery. Keep in mind that if you speak about FUE that would limit the size of the surgery to 1000 - 1500 FU per day for most clinics. If you want to have a bigger session I recommend a different approach or several sessions. US: Konior and his apprentice Nadimi North/central EU: Lupanzula, Heißmann (ß=t) Turkey: Keser (but I think he is no fan of crown work), HLC Keep in mind: Nothing guarantees you growth. By the way: Non of the clinic mentioned by you match your criterias. Good luck.
  5. Hi Everyone! I just came back from my surgery with Dr.Lupanzula and his crew. Some people know that i have done two hair transplantats with Dr.Keser in the past, one just a year ago. The goal with this third and hopefully last transplant was to add temple points and fill in the mid-scalp that have been thinning out over the last 6 years not using meds, made evident too me when shaving for my last hair transplantat, and of course my sensitive barber also pointed it out . Im now on medication(fin) since a year back and actually going to try topical finasteride 1% that Lupanzula gave to me, hoping for less side effects. My total graft count as of now is 6543 FUE grafts. Lupanzula told me my donor was extraordinary thick leaving me with additional 2-3k grafts in the bank for future transplant if needed. I have only good things to say about Dr Lupanzula and his crew. Very professional, kind and effective. Dr Lupanzula does all the extraction and incisions by himself leaving the placing of the grafts to his technicians. They are very helpful, welcoming and responding and im very happy with the work. looks really clean and im hopping for great results. The graft counts: 932 singles 933 doubles 965 triples 152 quardruple 5 quintpule Going to keep you guys updated in the process. feel free to ask me any questions! Thank you.
  6. Dr. Lupanzula will be in London on Saturday July 14th, 2018 to conduct one on one consultations. This is your opportunity to meet one of the foremost FUE specialists in the world where you will receive a personalized hair restoration plan. You'll learn what Dr. Lupanzula believes is the best short term and long term strategies for maintaining and restoring your hair.
  7. FUE: 3755 FU's - 36 years old man - NW IV A - Goals : Frontal hair line + 1/3 frontal area + temples - Treatment before the surgery : none - Treatment after the surgery : none Total FU's : 3755 Numbers of follicular units placed : I hair : 924 II hairs : 1799 III hairs : 969 IV hairs : 63 H/G= 2.05
  8. TrixGlendevon

    Dr Lupanzula FUT

    Hi @Dr. Glenn Charles Thanks for your reply. Dr Lupanzula does offer both. I don't have fine hair and my donor has about 9,000 grafts with FUE according to Dr Lupanzula in an in-person consultation. I want FUT to get the most out of my donor. I don't care about the scar and will get FUE put into it anyway. I have several other in-person consultations this month with the other main Belgian doctors and Dr Feriduni.
  9. I wanted to share my recent experience with Dr Lupanzula in Brussels. I've benefited a lot from reading people's experiences and watching their surgeries mature over the years before choosing to take the plunge, and in turn I hope somebody will find mine helpful. Thank you to Dr Lupanzula and team, and I want to give a shoutout to Mickey85 and Joe-who-must-not-be-named. Both have helped me tremendously over the years when I was researching HTs and helped me with my decision. I will follow up with pictures soon. Hotel After arriving from Brussels, I took a cab to the Hotel Catalonia (didn't want to bother with public transport). I had thought the hotel's name sounded familiar, as it turns out, it is directly across the street from Dr. Bisanga's clinic (which looks a little bit like a castle). So it's nice that they regularly get HT patients. The hotel is affordable, and in a nice area. The Area The surrounding area is very picturesque, very old world, and not heavily populated. Most people speak English well, so you can get around. The main language here is French, and it's helpful to know it. But you can get by with English. Near the hotel there is a Chez Frances restaurant for breakfast, and a nice Thai place called Thai Cafe. I chilled in the area for a day before heading to the clinic. The Clinic The clinic is about a ten minute walk directly south from the Hotel Catalonia. Upon entering, I was greeted by the clinic's patient coordinator Giancarlo. Giancarlo is fluent in multiple languages. The clinic has a very modern design, very "Bauhaus", with plenty of white, and clean lines throughout. Consult We then met with Dr Lupanzula. He looked through my donor and recipient, and went over my family's history. He noted that while the area to cover was significant, I was a good candidate for a few reasons: 1) Good donor hair - coarse, wavy hair that aids in the illusion of coverage. 2) Darker skin, which reduces contrast, and 3) A good number of multi follicular units. He snipped off hairs to measure the shaft caliber. Then he shaved my head. I admittedly was not looking forward to this. But it was a good idea, not only does it save time the next morning, it puts you in the "zone" mentally for surgery. What's more, I decided that a shaved head, while not the best look, wasn't the worst one either for me, so it's good to know. Post shaving, he measured my donor density under magnification, with the parietal areas having just below 100 grafts/cm and the occipital around 110. He estimated that my donor capacity, if we harvested 30%, would be around 7,000 units, and if we harvested 40% (which would be on the border of over-harvesting), about 9,000. All in all, he considered me a good candidate. He drew a hairline, which I was fine with. I wanted a conservative hairline, but at the same time we still want to make a visual impact. The plan was to harvest and implant most of the grafts on day 1, with the hairline to follow on day 2. Day 1 Day 1 began early, since you're supposed to eat before, I grabbed some croissants from a bakery right across the corner that happened to be open at 6:30am. The Dr gave me the meds and it was time to roll. After changing into hospital scrubs, he gave me anesthetic injections in the back of the scalp. Btw, I knew anesthetic injections were the most painful part of the surgery, and it was true, I found them to be very painful, and they are required multiple times throughout the surgery as a different area is operated, either for harvesting, or implantation. Then again, they are obviously required, so there is no getting around it. Dr Lupanzula uses a a CIT handle manual punch to score grafts. He harvested grafts from the back and sides, one after another. He has a distinctive punching motion where at the end of the forward twisting motion he pushes in the tool slightly, which was noticeable. Afterwards, the grafts were plucked out. This is a weird feeling, you feel a slight popping sensation, similar to how a grape or a berry is plucked off the stem. Keep in mind, you have to stay very still during the procedure, and notify the Dr before moving. Staying still can get difficult when the parietal areas are being harvested because you are lying on your side. The team inspects the grafts under microscope and prepares them for re-implanting. Grafts are stored in ATP Hypothermosol. After harvesting we had lunch. The clinic eats lunch together in their break room, which is nice. Everybody in the clinic speaks English, so language is never a problem. Implantation Two steps to implantation, recipient site creation and placement. After anesthesia, the doctor used needles to make incisions. This is an interesting process. He moves very quickly in creating the incisions. There is a lot of power, and you can feel the fibrotic scalp being punctured. Given the speed and power, it feels powered by a machine, but it is manual. This process is actually surprisingly pleasurable. Who would think that having 2-3,000 holes poked into your scalp feels good, but it does. Patients who have been operated by the implanter pen also report the same thing. Afterwards, his team places the grafts. This last part takes time. Afterwards they had me bandaged, and I was off to the hotel at about 6pm. Afterwards, I sprayed my grafts every 15-20 minutes with saline. Day 2 This day was going to be shorter by design, as 2K grafts were harvested on Day 1 with 1K to follow. The same process followed as the day before, however we were done earlier. Then the clinic bandaged me up and I headed home. Day 1 Postop Day 1 was the first clinic hair wash. His wife, Sandra washed my scalp, spraying Betadine shampoo on both donor and recipient, and massaged the donor vigorously, and then applied an antibiotic creme to the donor. This is to be done everyday for the first 7 days (which I have done) and afterwards the recipient site should be gently massaged after applying Betadine shampoo. The clinic had a driver take me to the airport afterwards for my flight. I had originally chosen to fly immediately to avoid traveling while swollen, but I didn't experience visible swelling, in retrospect, I would have stayed in Brussels longer, just to give my grafts more time to set before moving. The flight was fine, and to note, it was not uncomfortable or painful to fly after surgery. I had a neck pillow to prevent the donor area from touching the seat rests. I wore a bandanna outside, but took it off when inside the plane, and regularly sprayed with saline. I have finished 1 week postop, and the clinic has remarked that all looks appropriate. Stats: Single: 621 Double: 1,295 Triple: 1,183 Quadruple: 261 Quintuple: 21 Sextuple: 1 Total Grafts: 3,382 2.34 hairs/graft Hair caliber: parietal/temporal: 55-60 mic., occipital: 60-70 mic. Density: 45 grafts/cm in outlined area, 40/grafts/cm behind it. Medications: Finasteride and Dutasteride alternated daily, Minoxidil Foam 1x day.
  10. Dr. Lupanzula will be in London on Saturday July 14th, 2018 to conduct one on one consultations. This is your opportunity to meet one of the foremost FUE specialists in the world where you will receive a personalized hair restoration plan. You'll learn what Dr. Lupanzula believes is the best short term and long term strategies for maintaining and restoring your hair. To learn more please email us at info@medikemosclinic.com or call +44 2071291227
  11. TrixGlendevon

    "Wobbly" vs Straight Hairlines

    My hairline is already a bit low, according to Dr. Lupanzula, at 7.5cm. This is such a tough decision for my first surgery because it is the frontal 3rd I want to focus on and I want the hairline to be right!
  12. Hello! I have just had a consultation with Dr. Lupanzula in London at the Pullman hotel. I found him to be very friendly, open and knowledgeable and he did not mind me asking questions. Eva, his assistant (I assume clerical and not technical), was also very efficient and friendly and was obviously experienced as she participated in the discussion(s). A bit about me: I am in my early-mid 30s and am approximately a Norwood 4v moving towards a Norwood 5 pattern, which is what the other men in my family that have lost their hair are. The difference is that my dad was already bald by his late 20s and my younger brother too, also in his late 20s. My other brother is a Norwood 3.5. I have been active on the forum for a while now and have been doing research for even longer. However, this year I feel is the cross roads where I either have to shave it or transplant it. I am not taking medication and I will not start. For me this is a vanity surgery and has nothing to do with emotions or self-consciousness. I just think men look better with hair but if I had to, I would have no problem shaving it (although my strong preference is to not shave it). I started to noticeably lose my hair at around 28+/- He started by asking my expectations. Having been researching for such an extended period of time, I know not to expect an 18 year old hairline and I do not want one anyway. It would look silly in a few years. I have never really had a perfect hairline anyway, even when I was much younger so it would not be an issue. He was pleased about the fact my expectations were realistic. I told him I want to prioritise the frontal third because it frames the face and I want coverage on the crown but I am also aware that getting complete coverage will be very difficult. He then looked at the donor and cut a bit of my hair off in the back and the side and inspected it with a microscope. He said my hair characteristics are very good and almost perfect for the transplant. I have a density of about 100 in the whole donor area (100 at the side and just over 100 at the back). My hair is wavy and so will give good coverage. He said the width of the hair is normal (which I suppose is better than thin). He said he could extract 9,000 grafts and that this might be a bit conservative. He said with 9,000 grafts he could make a noticeable difference to a Norwood 7 so mine would be a great result. After inspecting my hairline and crown and measuring them he said I would need about 2,500-2,800 in the front and about 2,000 in the crown (I think, I need to confirm this). He then drew on the hairline and said the start of my hairline (front lock) was the perfect height at 7.5cm and suggested it meeting the temples at 9.5cm. The hairline he drew the first time was perfect and pretty much exactly what I had imagined. I have requested the photos to look again later. He suggested I take medication to preserve what I have and said it is a shame I will not. From an aesthetics point of view, he is absolutely right but I do not want to. He suggested topical fin but said there are not many studies on its efficacy but he has seen good results from it with patients. I will look into it but I am not convinced. He only does FUE and I am leaning towards FUT but will consult with the doctors on my shortlist first before making a final decision. He did say he would do FUT under exceptional circumstances and that he has not done it for a long time though. I was open about going to visit other doctors there and he said it is a good idea. I intend to pass by his clinic again once I have seen the others to see if I have further questions as I will be in Belgium next month. I asked about his technical team. They have 13, 8 and 5 years of experience. He does the extraction and the incisions and they do the insertions although he is involved in that too. If anybody has any questions, fire away!
  13. Dr Erdogan at Asmed clinic is the only doctor in Turkey I would entertain. The best doctors in Europe are in Belgium. Drs. Bisanga, Deroye, Feriduni, Lupanzula and Mwamba. I have just this minute had a consultation with Dr. Lupanzula in London. He is here for the weekend doing consultations. I will do a write up separately but I would recommend you speak to him if you can. Just email his assistant, Eva (who is very good) and get something booked in. He regularly comes to London for these consultations though.
  14. Dr. Lupanzula Emorane

    London FUE Consultations With Dr. Lupanzula

    We have some last minute availability to so if you are in London or nearby London this coming Saturday, be sure to contact us at info@medikemos.com to secure a reservation to meet Dr. Lupanzula.
  15. TrixGlendevon

    Feller and Bloxham Posts

    Which knockout and which thread? I started that thread actually (if it is the one I am thinking of) but without knowing the can of worms I was opening with it. Are you referring to the one where Dr. Lupanzula got involved in the debate?
  16. Hi! I have booked consultations with doctors: Lupanzula on the 14th of this month; Feriduni and Bisanga on the 31st August and Devroye on the 3rd September. I am still waiting to hear back from Dr. Mwamba. I already have a list of questions I have thought of but can anybody give any me any questions they didn't ask but wish they had or just any general questions they did ask so I can add to my own set. What is the best way to prepare for the consultation? Take photos of family? Leave my hair to grow? Get it cut? Any advice to get the most out of them would be much appreciated! Thanks p.s. does anybody have any recommendations for other doctors that I should add to the list that I may have missed? I am only willing to get this done in Europe (Turkey doesn't count).
  17. Dr. Emorane Lupanzula will be in London on Saturday, May 12th, 2018 conducting personal one on one discussions with anyone seeking information regarding their hair loss and hair restoration options. Dr. Emorane Lupanzula has built a solid reputation for excellence in the FUE community in part due to his "doctor only" approach to patient care. Utilizing manual punches, microscopic inspection and refinement and a rare artistic sense, Dr. Lupanzula has the experience and artistic touch to deliver excellence results on a consistent basis. To have your own personal consultation with Dr. Lupanzula, email us at info@medikemos.com. You will receive your reservation confirmation information as well as the details regarding times available and the location.
  18. Dr. Lupanzula Emorane

    London FUE Consultations With Dr. Lupanzula

    Reservations are being confirmed with several opportunities remaining. Email us at info@medikemos.com to confirm your reservation for a personal evaluation with Dr. Lupanzula.
  19. Dr. Emorane Lupanzula will be in London on Saturday, March 24th, 2018 conducting personal one on one discussions with anyone seeking information regarding their hair loss and hair restoration options. Dr. Emorane Lupanzula has built a solid reputation for excellence in the FUE community in part due to his "doctor only" approach to patient care. Utilizing manual punches, microscopic inspection and refinement and a rare artistic sense, Dr. Lupanzula has the experience and artistic touch to deliver excellence results on a consistent basis. To have your own personal consultation with Dr. Lupanzula, email us at info@medikemos.com. You will receive your reservation confirmation information as well as the details regarding times available and the location.
  20. 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.
  21. Clooney has just great hair and no transplant. It just appears that way, cause he shaved his hairline in ER (Simliar to V. Karheiser in Mad Men). Therefore, you will never reach his status even with the best clinic. If you have minmal loss, only looking for the hairline and you have great hair/skin characteristics you can get a great, natural result. You should go to a clinic with specializes on that and dr. doing most of the work) My favorits for such cases: - Konoir (he is above the others for such a case and would be my choice but waiting list and prices are insane) - Couto - Keser - HLC - Kaan (reltively unkown as he is not long independent but much cheaper than the rest) - Lupanzula From the clinics with a more technician based approach, who still do great hairline work I like: - Rahal - Feriduni The latter one would be on top of my list also for bigger cases. For Rahal I would prefer FUT in case of bigger areas.
  22. I recently saw Dr.Baubac is now offering topical dutasteride. After a quick search, I discovered that Dr.Lupanzula has been offering his own formula as well since the beginning of the year. Really interesting since H&W has said they are currently working on their own topical DUT as well. Has anyone here had any experience with topical dutasteride? I would be interested in hearing feedback from anyone who has used H&W's topical fin as well, I havent come across too many patients who have actually used it online. Appreciate any notes, thank you!
  23. For me the best in Europe is Dr. Lupanzula.
  24. Dr. Lupanzula will be returning to London on Saturday January 27th, 2018 where he will be offering no cost, one on one consultations. Email info@medikemos.com to inquire about the schedule. Once a date has been arranged you will receive your official invitation and reservation information.
  25. So we can't get enough of the "recommend the best doctor for whatever" type of posts, I get it but this is a bit different. I specifically want to know which of the FUE surgeons you have come upon which consistently have the best results in terms of minimal scarring or better said, imperceptible scars. Some doctors are amazing at the patterns they do and the small imprint they leave behind. I am currently nearing toward Dr. Maras and also looking at Dr. Bisanga and Dr. Lupanzula. I know they are good doctors but have no idea how good they master the art of making scars less noticeable. I am a pessimist so naturally I am taking a slightly different outlook of this. I've attached pictures of what I could live with in terms of post-FUE scars and what would not be so great. I am a pessimist so naturally I am looking at the worst option here which involves using a shaver or even razor if the results later on aren't so great.
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