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  1. With all the groups I've worked during my career I have yet to encounter any doctor that will not move forward with a hair transplant procedure if/when dealing with the conditions you've listed. You were specific to mention FUE, but I don't think this is an issue. FUT, FUE , are just different techniques. Like Dr. Charles indicated, a lot will depend on what the donor area looks like and the medical history. Do you take aspirin? A lot of patients don't think of this as a medication....but it is. I've seen doctors suspend the procedure because of it. Typically they would like you to be off 3 days prior to up to 2 weeks prior to the date of the procedure. It is important when you visit with the surgeon that you tell him all the medications you are taking.
  2. I went for Hair Transplant with Dr.Glenn Charles(Boca Raton) on 7/24. It has been wonderful experience so far. To be honest, I did my part of research before consulting him. And after reading blogs and consulting with few other HT surgeons I felt comfortable going ahead with Dr.Charles. Few things that I would like to share from my experience that : 1. During my first consultation, Dr.Charles didn't up-sell himself and honestly did the assessment. He didn't pushed me to come back to him, which made me fell comfortable. 2. Before HT Dr.Charles Patient Advisior was very helpful and able to answer all my questions /concerns over the phone and on the email. Not even one time I felt like I was being pushed over his staff member. I was very impressed by communication and able to address my concerns in very timely fashion 3. During day for surgery Dr.Glenn explained clearly the game plan and what was going to happen. 4. His surgical staff made me feel comfortable. And there were 5-6 staff members doing the microscope grafting. I believe that makes sure that more grafts survive. Staff was really good, informing constantly on the procedure. 5. Anesthesia part of little painful but i was informed before about it. Once local anesthesia was injected, after that it was relatively less painful. My heart rate went up little when I saw strip from my back on under microscope. I guess it was more my physiological reaction , seeing your own skin laying out. 6. Entire surgery took 6 hrs.. Watched two movies , lunch was provided .. 6. I was able to drive myself back after the op 7. Dr Glenn called me twice personally the same day to follow to make sure I was doing good. It was really nice of him doing that and made me comfortable, that I can reach out to him incase of any emergency or urgent question. 8. As I write this I'm in Day 6 today , it seems like receipt area is healing . Of course I'm little anxious to see how many grafts have survived and have I damaged any so far. I have been taking good precaution like not wearing hat, not going out except for walk in evening with my dog, washing hair with cup blow and gently patting shampoo on grafts .. So far I'm satisfied .. I'll keep ya'll posted on journey.. So far, I can say good work Dr.Charles and his staff. Forgot to mention Dr.Charles only charged me 2000 grafts and gave rest 116 grafts free.. I have been looking at mirror and curiously see how many incisions i have on my head
  3. After a good bit of research, thanks in part to you guys, I decided to go with a transplant with Dr. Glenn Charles in Boca Raton, Florida. The cost was a big part of the decision for me, and he was the most reasonable of the real doctors (i.e., not Bosley) in the Palm Beach area. After meeting with him, I felt very comfortable. He was no-BS, didn't promise me anything, and generally made me feel very good about my prospects. He decided that 2200 grafts would be a good start for me now, and I decided to do the procedure less than 2 weeks later (there happened to be an opening). On procedure day, I showed up and was pretty quickly in the chair ready to go. The chair was comfy and there was a TV set up right in front of me. The staff had set it to morning Nickelodeon, though of course I could have changed it or put in a DVD had I wanted. As is normally the case, the only pain I felt through the whole procedure was the lidocaine injection, but that was minor. After that, Dr. Charles removed the strip, sutured it up, and made the recipient area incisions. After I had a nice sub for lunch and the techs had dissected out the grafts, they dropped the grafts in as I tuned in to some old Walker Texas Ranger reruns. Man, they're bad. So the procedure was easy, and the recovery has been mostly easy. My donor site has been seemingly extra tender, and it made for crappy sleeping for almost a week; I really couldn't find a good sleeping position. However, I went to work the day after the procedure and left work early only on the second day because I could not stay awake. Other than that, it's generally been easy and the donor site pain is fading. Yesterday, on day 10, I went in for suture removal. That was easy, and he gave me the go ahead to start getting back to normal (his early instructions would allowed me to a couple of days ago, but I figured I'd wait until I saw him first). Last night I splashed on some baby oil and removed the scabs from the recipient area. I'm ready to go out without a hat for the first time, though my head is still a little red. I have posted some pre-procedure photos. I figured there's no much to show right now, but I'll keep you guys posted. Dr. Charles did a great procedure and made me feel very comfortable throughout. Hopefully the results will be just as good.
  4. I just had an excellent Transplant experience today 05-04-15 with Dr. Glenn Charles in Boca Raton, Fl. He transplanted 2560 grafts to my hairline all the way back to my crown. I had a previous transplant with another Dr. (who is no longer practicing), 11 years ago. 2200 grafts. Back then it looked really full but over time I continued to experience hair loss which made for a much thinner look. The hair line was nicely done and it just kept thinning out. Alas, it was time to remedy this. I did a lot of research and found that there were so many positives regarding Dr. Charles and his team I had to contact him and make an appointment. Dr. Charles and I discussed the best approach to my issue and I must say that he explained all avenues of approach in detail so I could make the best decision for me. I experienced very little pain and enjoyed Dr. Charles and his professional team. They were all very engaged with me on a personal level making me feel welcomed and very much at ease. His office and operating room were exceptionally well maintained and very clean. I would highly recommend that if you are looking for an excellent surgeon with an exceptional staff, make an appointment with Dr. Charles. His pricing is exceptional for what you receive. I will add my before pictures and the post surgery pictures within the next day or two.
  5. Hi guys, I am 28 years old guy with frontal and temporal recession, started loosing hair 3 years back and wanted to stay ahead of the game. I have very thick and long hair and was able to hide my baldness any how by combing forward but didn't want to struggle anymore. Did my research for almost an year and talked to several physicians but finally choose Dr. Glenn Charles because of his good reputation and quality of work. I must tell he is a great man and will explain you every aspect of it, i was initially given an estimate of 2000-2300 grafts as per my expectations but on the day of surgery he suggested me to go for 2000 grafts to get optimal results (I was under constant communication with him before my Surgery day). He explained me why i can't i get it done as per my expectation as it would look very unnatural and kind of female hairline. He did a dense packing in the marked area as you can view my attached pics. The procedure went very fine, although i was very sacred of the anesthesia procedure. The staff was very friendly and was talking to me all the time. I am healing fine and its just 10th day,sometimes i get little discomfort due to stitches but its OK, I recommend you to get a neck pillow for few days for sleeping. Please look at my pics and comment on the quality of work done by Dr. Glenn Charles 2000 grafts FUT Its a waiting game for me now and will keep you guys posted. I do recommend Dr. Glenn Charles for the procedure
  6. Hello guys, I just signed up on this forum but I’ve been an observer for a while now. I finally pulled a trigger and I am going for my first procedure with Dr. Glenn Charles at his Boca Raton location. I visited him over 6 months ago but I’ve been in touch with his office staff over emails. Once I decided to go for the surgery, I had few chat with their office staff to go over the procedure. They said I don’t have to visit the office for any prior consultation and just show up at the day of the surgery. They emailed me information that I need to follow pre and post procedure. My question to this forum is that is there anything else I need to either ask or do before and on the day of my surgery? I’ve heard in the past that certain doctors like to see your old pictures before hair loss to make sure the new hairline is natural. I was not asked to bring in any old pictures. Does anyone else think going for 2500 graft is good idea or I should do more or less?
  7. Hello everyone, I wanted to share with everyone my experience with Dr. Glenn Charles (Boca Raton, FL). I am a 31 year old periodontist in Vero Beach, Fl. I have been losing hair on the crown of my head for 6 years and I have been thinning on the top of my head for the past 3-4 years. As a periodontist I treat people surgically on a daily basis. I know what to expect for my patients but this procedure was relatively unknown to me. I did, however, become very comfortable with Dr. Charles' office after my first conversation with Alexia (front office) as well as telephone conference with Dr. Charles. My biggest concern was predictability and intra-op/post-op discomfort. I cannot comment on the success of the procedure because I had the procedure completed yesterday (4/8/16). I am writing mainly to describe my surgical experience and post-op pain. This is a FIRST CLASS office. Patient comfort is their #1 priority and Dr. Charles did not initiate any treatment until confirming that I was 100% comfortable. They offered me a valium to relax me prior to beginning (I had to have a driver to drop off and pick up) and administed local anesthesia throughout the procedure. He was constantly confirming that the area was numb. Being a surgeon myself, I know how important this is. The grafting procedure took approximately 5 hours and I received 2250 grafts. His staff seemed incredibly well trained and we never once encountered a hiccup. The day after I can confirm that post-op pain is at a minimal, no need for narcotics to control any pain and I plan on returning to work on Monday (3 days post-op). I have a very strict level of expectation given my occupation and Dr. Gleen Charles, and his staff, exceded those. I have shared photos from before my procedure and immediatly following my procedure.
  8. We're investigating this, we need a response from Dr. Charles, we will keep the community posted.
  9. I am looking to go to one of these "approved" doctors for a first time appointment, assessment and to see what they recommend for medication, if surgery is necessary etc. I live in Orlando so the drive to either one is about the same, so distance isn't a factor. Looking for recommendations from those of you who have been here enough to have seen others reviews, or those with personal experience good or bad from either of these two. Thanks gents!
  10. It's so weird; I never understood why people don't post updates but after going through the dance I get it. I've had results, and in my opinion, pretty damn good results. However, they are not as good as the chia pet results that are always posted to this site. I've realized this website mainly posts only the very best results. Apart from skill of the doctor, I now understand that individual hair transplant also have a huge luck factor. All my graphs have grown in, but compared to guys with smaller foreheads or thicker natural hair, anything I post to this page is going to be criticized and I don't feel like dealing with the bullshit. My transplant was great and it has transformed my life. I'm way more confident, no one knows what I did, and the people who I have told think it looks really great. I also know I would like a 2nd procedure eventually to lower my hairline a little more and to add a little more density because I have naturally thin hair. Maybe I'll post some pics in the future. But honestly, I don't think about hair loss anymore nor does it consume me like it used to. That's a major fucking win. I fully reccomend Dr. Charles and don't think you should take the risk going to Turkey or advise spending 20 grand just because you think the quality of your magical hair transplant will be that much better. Research your doctor. Talk to some patients. If it bothers you enough, get a hair transplant. If money was no object, I'd do a second procedure in June. However, I'm going to pay off grad school first. I don't feel bald anymore. I just feel like I have a naturally high hairline and I can live with that. I'm more concerned with being ripped than I am with my hairline and that is an awesome feeling. Good luck to you guys.
  11. Interesting article by Dr. Charles discussing FUE harvesting from one side of the donor: https://www.charlesmedicalgroup.com/plastic-surgery/is-it-possible-to-take-donor-hair-from-the-sides-of-the-head/ I still don't really understand the advantage but appears to not be that unusual.
  12. Yeah, I tend to lay on the more cautious side as well and would suggest 2 weeks (so an additional 3 days). Looks like this specific question was discussed on real self (link ) with the majority of surgeons agreeing with Dr. Charles while a few more conservatively said to wait a month.
  13. Personally, until the grafts have shed. Obviously, I’m a patient myself, so it’s just my paranoid cautious side speaking. You’ll probably be fine as Dr. Charles mentioned.
  14. Sharing slightly less cropped photos to provide better context. I think my left side is far too gone and is damaged beyond repair but there are still some grafts from the right side that can be used? Also I have a good beard. It's patchy but the hairs are thicker than average, so beard Hair grafts can be a option for me? To atleast fix the damaged transplant and provide some decent coverage to recipient area It's really heartbreaking to see the amount of damage Dr. Gaurang and his team have done especially because the other surgeons I had consulted before had told me I have a really good and thick donor region and would be able to get excellent coverage. Now after the damage to donor I think I'll not be able to get good coverage. What's your opinion @Dr. Glenn Charles Left Right
  15. I updated my profile (my story section?) just now with images of my scalp before the surgery. I will post with the results in a few months. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Spanker- all fair points, and I appreciate you bringing them up. Some clarification: 1. I said that HT doesn't require as much training and education as some other procedures, not that it requires less skill. To perform breast reduction, you have to complete a plastic surgery residency, which is 6 years (other routes require more than this). Then you need to complete a breast fellowship, which is 2 years I think. To perform hair transplants, you don't need to complete a surgical residency. You can do a residency in psychiatry and then perform hair transplants. I admit I am not as familiar with HT certification process, but from what I can tell it is not as extensively regulated. I appreciate any info you have on this. That said... 2. I agree that performing this procedure well is no easy task. I agree that there is an artistic component to it that should not be overlooked or minimized. Perhaps there are only a few masterful surgeons out there performing HTs (I hope you include Dr. Charles in that list). However, complications from this procedure are relatively rare. The main complications are folliculitis and scarring. The surgeon never goes below the dermis. I am not ignoring the fact that almost any procedure can end up in a total disaster. Botox injections can result in death. I am just pointing out that there are more complex procedures than HTs. 3. At 28 I can't really say I have extensive experience in anything, so you have me there lol. I have helped perform several breast reductions, and other smaller plastic surgeries, so I have seen some of what goes into them and what complications can occur. I don't want to give the impression that I believe I am an expert. I have absolutely no experience performing hair transplants and I have tremendous respect for physicians who do this procedure well. 4. I think your point about a Dr's online presence is fair. I would keep in mind that doctors receive no formal training in how to run a business, however. There are a variety of reasons they do not participate on this platform. I think we will have to agree to disagree on this one.
  16. Louisjames, I didn't really consider being worn out. Thanks for your reply, I'll keep that in mind. Dr. Charles, thank you so much for your reply. I'll take your advice into consideration when I'm booking time off of work. Great to hear that I can get back to work within a week!
  17. Like Dr. Charles said, there's no crystal ball. However, surgeons can examine the miniaturization levels of your hair, and based on your age, rate of hair loss, family history, hair characteristics, donor density, etc. they can make an educated guess on where you may be heading and what the best plan of action is. I'd recommend having several consultations with trusted surgeons and seeing if they come to the same conclusion.
  18. I am writing a review of a 2000 graft procedure (ended up being 2052, but didn't get charged for the extra 52) that I had done 11 days ago with Dr. Glenn Charles in Boca Raton, Florida. This was my 2nd procedure, and I had only discovered Dr. Charles from coming to these forums and posting my results from my first procedure to then get an alternate recommendation. I would have to say that it was definitely one of the best decisions I've ever made. Let me give a little background to my personal story: In finding the doctor for my first procedure a year ago, I was naive. There was so much I didn't know. I only knew of 2 doctors locally from my research, one of whom couldn't even make the time for me to have a consultation, the other I had heard radio commercials and swore I would never go because of the radio commercials. BUT, when I researched radio commercial guy, the Google reviews were favorable (should've looked deeper, I know, I know). So I got a consultation, kinda liked the guy, kinda not, but the one thing that changed my mind was a guy walking out from getting his stitches out was really positive and was like "Bosley messed up my hair. This dude will put hair on your head!" So that confidence kind of rode through with me while I going through the procedure with this doc. This first doctor was Larry Shapiro. I felt like it was okay at the time, but I recently learned that it could have been so much better, so I've been kicking myself for not being more proactive about researching doctors. In the end though, you have to shrug your shoulders and move forward. My baldness was about a Norton 5A before I started. I paid for 3000 grafts for my first procedure with Larry Shapiro, and wasn't quite satisfied with my results after 10 months of growth (I never actually counted the number of grafts, but it didn't feel like my results compared to some other Before/Afters I had seen with 3000 grafts). Which brought me to this forum, and Dr. Charles was recommended to me by one of the forum members as a local option. I scheduled a consultation to meet him. Super cool, nice guy. Told me about how rigorous and "OCD", as he called himself, about hair transplant procedures he is. He talked fast during the consult, but seemed to know exactly what he was talking about. He was patient and would stop to listen if I had a question or something to say. Didn't seem douche-y (an important quality). The office was nice and seemed like a trustworthy, classy, and professional environment. Dr. Charles said he was going to load up 2000 to 2500 grafts at the front of my head, and said to basically "finish what was started". He said I would have a bald spot on the crown and a scar on the back of my head still, but I may still consider future procedures and I want the front looking better. Apparently, I could've had an FUE done to begin with, but I was no longer a candidate since I had a big scar now. I could have lived my life without a scar, but I have one now, and this is probably my biggest regret about my last doctor, MY LAST DOCTOR NEVER TALKED ABOUT THAT! I'm mad about that, but I'm just moving on because I have to. Anyway... Dr. Charles said he would make the hairline more natural looking, and the newly planted hairs would look more natural than the last procedure and they would also weigh down (or something like that, I'm going off memory here) the hairs transplanted from the last procedure. I was fine with the price, and I scheduled myself to have it done a month later. I would be the only person scheduled to have work done that day (there was definitely no one else there being worked on that day either). Now to the FUT procedure: I waited a month. Followed the pre-op procedures like a good boy. I was getting pretty nervous about the discomfort of the procedure and the uncomfortable recovery that was to come. But I got driven to Dr. Charles' office. They made me fill out the customary paperwork. Right when I was done I went in to talk to Dr. Charles himself. We talked business, it was very light and easy conversation about what we were gonna do. We agreed on 2000 grafts (apparently, a "real" 2000 grafts). I got my drugs =) Went to the back, which still looked as professional as the front. Went into what looked almost the same as a dentist's chair. Had a flatscreen mounted in the wall above me with the morning news going on. The staff came in to greet me, they were very nice and chattery amongst each other, they seemed like they enjoyed working together. I was starting to feel the drugs more and more =) and I wearily picked the Italian dish was to be given for lunch and the two movies I wanted to watch. I get a bunch of anesthesia injections to the top and back of my head (the worst part) to numb me, but I'm drugged up =) so it's half as bad as it would be sober. Dr. Charles came in to the operating room. Everyone is still chattery, the doctor jumps into the conversation with the rest of the staff, it feels like a comfortable atmosphere. I get a band wrapped around my head. The cuts to the donor area are made. The doc tries to cut out my old scar and use some new donor area. For instance, my cut now goes up above my ears (refer to pics), which it didn't before. I can still slightly feel some cuts when they are being made on the top of my head (I'm not supposed to feel anything, so I let them know), Dr. Charles gave me more anesthesia injections and we resumed. The work resumes, with Doctor Charles working on my directly while the staff prepares the grafts under microscopes. But I begin feeling the cuts again, just a bit, on the top of my head, so I get more injections. Apparently, I was metabolizing the anesthesia too quickly, the doc said it happened to some people, not everyone. Eventually I got my lunch, which was much a much needed break for me because you can still feel the pulling and soreness at the back of your head, so I needed to sit up and eat for a minute. We took a break for a while, don't ask me how long because time has no meaning when you're on those drugs =) Work resumed again, I think I felt better able to handle the discomfort after I ate, it was like the carbs in the Italian dish had fortified my skin in some way. So I felt okay. Time flew by for another 2-3 hours, and then they were done! I went into the debriefing with Dr. Charles, my underwear stayed on though.... (little joke there). He said I used about 2 and a half times the amount of anesthesia as is used on a normal person; I'm genetically skinny and in my 20s so go figure. He also said he was able to do a better job with my donor area scar, remember he cut out the old one and said my new scar should be half the width of my old scar, which I am still very excited about and I hope it remains true. He said we did 2052 grafts, but I was only charged for 2000, so good guy Dr. Charles. He gave me a goody bag with pills and sprays and Propecia samples and explained what I have to do post-operation. Then I paid at the front desk for my procedure, I was introduced to the lady on staff that I could contact any time for help or if I had questions. Dr. Charles also said he himself would call me later to check on how I'm doing. Then I got driven home because I live fairly local. I got home. Followed the post-op procedure to a T. I called Dr. Charles earlier than the time he said he was going to call me because I wanted to go to sleep. I called him, I thanked him and told him everything was fine. I popped a pill and fell asleep. For the next few days I was pretty zealous about putting ice on my forehead to prevent any kind of swelling, because last year, after my procedure I had a swelling nightmare. My eyebrows and cheeks were so puffed out at one point that I could barely see. I really didn't want this to happen again, so I stuck with the ice, along with the other post op recommendations, and I have had a relatively comfortable recovery process. It's been 11 days since my procedure and I get my stitches out tomorrow, and I'm excited for that because I know I will feel better. The grafts are scabbing up into tiny little balls, which sounds gross, but is actually nicer than the wider chips of scabs that I got last year. I guess I'm in the "shock loss" period of my hair regrowth, and for those of you newbies that aren't aware of this, it's normal to get the procedure done and then look bald again for 2 months. The hair falls out but the follicle is still there and regrow, so it's all good. The work done has looked really good so far too, now I just have to wait a few months to see what it really looks like grown in, but I'm sure it will be great. My friends that saw me after my last procedure say it looks really good and say I should be kissing my doctor's feet lol. I might.... lol because he did a really good job and was super cool and made the entire experience so much better than my last one. I would highly and repeatedly recommend Dr. Charles to anyone, he is a great hair restoration doctor. Check out the pictures to see the results. One is what my hair looked like before. 2 are from the day after. 1 is from today which is 11 days post op. Reminder: This is my 2nd procedure, 2052 FUT grafts were done towards the front of my head.
  19. 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.
  20. Dr. Charles what is your view on getting a strip surgery after extensive FUE? Do you feel that the grafts will be difficult to dissect due to sub dermal scarring. Which is best to perform first FUSS or FUE and why?
  21. I definitely agree that one side seems higher than the other and could see how that could drive you crazy. The biggest concern is that the doctor seems to be saying that it would put existing grafts at risk? I don't see how that's the case, as people do two-day procedures all the time when they require more grafts than can be done in a single day. I also don't see how the swelling alone could cause such a different visual appearance in the height/placement of the hairline. As Dr. Charles said, a little asymmetry can be a good thing, as you don't want anything to be too "perfect". Not only that, but even doing a couple hundred extra grafts is going to be quite the ordeal for you (going back under, etc.), but if you're really not satisfied with this, I think you should really push for the doctor to at least discuss this more with you and see if there's something you two can work out. Ultimately, you're right in that if you're going to have to address this at some point, you might as well get it over with.
  22. I'm not sure how good mine will look but I posted. I think it will be fine. There is always a possibility that I need a second one. However, posting seems like a good defense mechanism. Publicity favors the patient. So, I never understood why more people do not post. I can tell you when researching Dr. Charles that the majority of patients I talked to didn't even know sites like these existed. Most of the world does not research things like crazy! A wealthy person will go in to see a surgeon, the surgeon tells him what he wants to hear, he schedules and has the transplant. I went with Dr. Charles because I spoke to a few consultants at OTHER CLINICS who told me I was in good hands with him. We shall see. He certainly didn't butcher me and my friend who is a plastic surgeon here thinks both my donor area (FUT) and recipient area look amazing. I'm really curious how dense my transplanted areas will be. Time will tell. I also wanted a surgeon within driving distance in case there are problems that arise. The thought of going to Turkey or taking a 6-8 hour flight somewhere horrifies me. I can literally go beat down an office door if I need to, But I could actually just call Dr. Charles on his cell phone. I'm also beginning to believe different people respond differently to transplants. NW3s always seem to have the best results. People with thick hair seem to gain insane coverage, etc. Also, I think bad transplants are far more likely to be posted than good ones. People who do no research are blissfully unaware that they should be thankful for good results.
  23. Surprised no one has commented on this but I would love to see your final results. I just recently had a procedure with Dr. Charles.
  24. I had my procedure with Dr. Charles a month ago--2052 graphs. So I'm looking forward to seeing some results in a few more months.
  25. I actually do not have any pictures of my scar. I attempted to take a picture for you but I can't seem to find it. I had a different plastic surgeon in Jax remove my sutures since Dr. Charles office is four hours away and she thought he did an excellent job. I can still feel the internal sutures as I don't think they are completely dissolved yet. It feels like there is a raised section of my head where the scar is, but I'm struggling to photograph this area. I can barely get my friends and family to see the scar when I show it to them. In a few months, when I update the rest of the pictures I'll get someone to run a comb through my hair so we can get a better idea of the quality of the scar. I hate to say this, but it does seem like I'll get close to that "pencil thin" quality scar that people claim does not happen.
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