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  1. Hello all, i've decided to go for FUE procedure in India. And after quite a bit of online research and referring to the contents of this website, i've zeroed it down to Dr. Bhatti (Darling buds) and Dr. Kapil Dua (AK clinics). I've seen quite a bit of good reviews (and videos) about both surgeons as well as at least one bad review for each on this forum. Can you all please share your thoughts/pointers on both, to help me make the decision? It would be much appreciated. Thanks a lot
  2. A 25 year old male presented with the complaint of hair loss for the past three years. He had undergone medical therapy outside. And now wanted surgical hair restoration. He was offered both strip and FUE but he chose Bio FUE. 2050 grafts were harvested and implanted in one day. The surgery was uneventful. The patient has now come back after one year. He is satisfied and happy with the results.
  3. A 25 year old NH grade II patient presented to us with hairline recession. He underwent Bio- FUE procedure and he was given 1300 grafts. He is now happy one year post surgery.
  4. A 27 year old male, presented with hair fall (which had now stopped) to our clinic with NH Grd III baldness. He underwent Bio FUE hair transplant. He was given 2000 grafts. We are hereby sharing the results 10 months post surgery.
  5. 32-year-old male with a history of hair loss was presented to us. He was losing hair from the frontal area. He wanted to restore his fuller hair look. We suggested him Bio-FUE procedure. He underwent a Bio-FUE procedure and 1814 grafts were extracted from the scalp for the frontal reconstruction. The whole surgery was uneventful and a patient is happy and satisfied with the results. Here are the results after 6 months of his surgery.
  6. Agreed with @California And thanks for replying to @mikeey respective everything what he was unclearly talking about whole doctors of India. I would like to suggest top 3 trusted plastic surgeon of Punjab region as: Dr. Kapil Dua Dr. Vikas Gupta Dr. Tejinder Bhatti Regards, Ram Babu
  7. A 33 year old male presented with a history of hair loss for the past three years (NH Grd.III). He wanted to cover the bald area permanently. So, he was suggested hair transplant. He chose Bio FUE as his procedure. He was given 2200 grafts for the front part of the scalp. he got good results and has shared his pictures 7 months post surgery.
  8. A 31 year old male presented with the complaint of hair lose in the frontal and the vertex area. he was diagnosed to be case of androgenic alopecia grade 3 vertex.He had already taken medicine and was advised hair transplant for the same. He choose to undergo hair transplant by bio FUE method. A total of 2526 were taken from the permanent zone of the scalp area. The surgery was an uneventful and the patient has now come back after 6 months and he is very happy with the result of the front side of the scalp.
  9. Hello people! This thread will document A-Z of my first hair transplant. I found a wealth of information from here in HRN and this thread will attempt to give some back to the community, especially the newbies who are looking to shop some new hair. I am 33 years old in a week, from Chennai, India. A Norwood 4A. Not depressed. Don't want to get married. No social pressure. I am doing the transplant just for the aesthetics. (You can find my hair loss story in my profile. A rather long and possibly a boring entry with a lot of unnecessary information) Sources of research - Online communities. Mainly HRN. Couple of my friends, who have done hair transplant and a dermatologist relative who himself was doing transplants for a while. One of the two friends had an FUE of 3700 grafts for a meagre 75000 rupees (tempting deal) from Sareen Hair Clinic, Delhi. 5-6 months post op, he has got very good results already. The other one had a combination of Strip Surgery and FUE (Doesn't remember how many grafts. Nor the cost) from Dr. Ramachandran, chennai. He is 2 years post and has had poor results. The dermatologist relative recommended, Dr. Renita Rajan from Chennai. I did not consider her as she virtually has no credible experience in transplants and my relative gave me too many contradicting information to consider his suggestion seriously. How I picked Dr. Radha Rani - In my mind, there is no doubt that Strip surgery has to be the first surgery. I considered only from the list of recommended doctors from India on the forum. It automatically eliminated Dr. Bhatti. Dr. Madhu does more than 1 surgery per day. Which is not ideal. Dr. Kapil Dua has a chain of clinics. Which again I am not a fan of. In fact, I think he has a panel of doctors operating on different patients. That left Dr. Soni. Has good reputation as a skilful surgeon. I have some reservations with him. I wouldn't go in detail and slander. So, I leave it at that. Finally, it was actually a simple decision. I had always felt Dr. Radha was the one from day one. It's just one of those gut feelings. Nevertheless, these are some excellent reasons to choose her. 1. Has documented good results over the years, barring a few cases. 2. Highly regarded on the forum. At one point as the best strip surgeon in the country. 3. Runs her clinic ethically. No advertisements. No agents. 4. One surgery a day. She is very hands on. Does majority of the work by herself. 5. She speaks very good English. Very good interpersonal skills. I suppose that's a bonus for the overseas patients. 6. Well qualified staff. Some of those talents imported from Bangkok at great cost, she says. (I am sure most know she was trained by Dr. Path for a year) 7. Charges 60 per graft. No other hidden charges. PreOp preparations - I believe in doing things right, so I would know I have done all I could from my side. A surgery needs your body in the best possible condition. It aides in good recovery as well. I am generally a fit guy. Athletic. The last 8 months though, I have had a lousy lifestyle. No excercise. Indulgence in junk food. Once in two weeks drinker. Random, occasional smoker. I decided to get the body in order. I am getting operated tomorrow. One month exactly prior to tomorrow, I stopped drinking and smoking. Started a detox routine. (Cucumber, mint (only yesterday I realised I ve been using coriander thinking it's mint. Quite an intelligent boy I am. Anyways, I hear coriander is good too) and any fruit I have on that day) Worked out every single day. Unfortunately, I couldn't get my sleep back to normal. I ve been having trouble sleeping well the last one year or so. I am attaching pictures of my hair as of today (Before and after shave). I did the PreOp consult with the Dr. while I was half way through this post. That is what is coming up next. But, after a short samosa break. Stay tuned folks! PS: Il do a quick Strip surgery vs FUE. Why choose Strip over FUE? 1. Grafts are always taken from the safe zone. 2. Transection rate is at its least. While FUE s transection rate can at best match Strip (by only by the best of the hands), but never overtake it because of the blind technique involved and a long list of other reasons. 3. Transplant is a long game. When you plan for 3 surgeries over the next 20 years, it is important to optimise the usage of the limited donor area. FUE can cause damage to the near by grafts. 4. All these limitations can be minimised to the lowest possible extent and have an amazing output from an FUE when you choose an excellent surgeon. But, the golden rule is to keep FUE as your last surgery or when the area to transplant is small. My plan is to get two Strip surgeries and the final one an FUE. Note: All my writing on different doctors I considered are strictly personal opinions based on my research. It is not necessarily a fact. I might well be totally wrong about them all and all of it in general. I apologise if I have crossed a line at any point. I am more than willing to correct the post if any untoward writing is pointed out.
  10. Greetings fellow follicles! I am new. This is my first post. I have been a voracious reader/follower of this community the last one week. This has been a brilliant tool in educating oneself on wide range of hair related problems. Thumbs up! I am looking to get my first hair transplant done on me. My hair loss story on my profile will give a fair understanding of my background. But I suspect most won't bother to take that extra effort. So, I am going to repost it here. But before anyone gets bored of it half way through reading it, let me first ask for the advise for which this thread was created. I shall post my history in my second post following this. I am from India. I understand the recommended doctors from India on this community are Drs. Tejinder Bhatti, Kapil Dua, Pathuri Madhu, Radha Rani and Suneet Soni. I have mailed each one of them and have had online consultations. All doctors have recommended about 2500 grafts except Dr. Suneet Soni (4000 grafts). And all doctors have recommended FUSS (commonly known as FUT) except Dr. Bhatti. Naturally! Being a torch bearer for FUE (Before anyone jumps on me, this is not meant negatively. I am merely complimenting him for being a pioneer in that field). The costs for all of them comes about the same more or less. I am not scared of a scar from the FUSS. (But if FUE will give me the same result as the FUSS, il gladly take FUE for its easier post op scenarios. Since this has always been a contentious topic, and no solid proof to rely on than bickering and bantering from both sides, I am still not able to come to a conclusion which procedure to choose. But the general consensus I find is that the first surgery has to be the FUSS to protect the donor for future surgeries of FUSS or FUE.) I am not driven by society and its pressure or to be an agreeable material for marriage. Neither am I depressed or overly concerned about being bald. I am going to do it just for the aesthetics. I generally love all good looking things. If it doesn't work out, it doesn't work out. I am more than ready to move on. But not before giving it a shot. All the help in choosing a surgeon off the recommended list will be very much appreciated. (Please don't ask me to carefully study and choose one . I've read a lot of their patient cases here in the community and I am well informed about them. I am looking for a consensus from you wise people that I can follow. Treat this as a poll if you guys want to.) Thanks. Cheers!
  11. Hi to all, Please note i have already done HT with number of sittings from Ak clincs (Dr kapil dua) & Dr. Pradeep sohi (Reviva) few years back and i am not at all satisfied from both the clinics. If we compare both the clinics Reviva is on the better side as compare to AK clinic. I have no hopes to correct my Bad HT with all my wasted donor area by both these clinics. Finally I met Dr. Bhatti (Darling Buds) with the help and consultation from Hair Restroration Network and i am heartily thankful to this forum. Dr. Bhatti is a very kind hearted and down to earth person, he corrected my bad HT without charging anything from me just to give my confidence back so that i can face myself. i am so so happy after doing my HT from Dr. Bhatti(darling buds). He is the best HT surgeon and he has magic in his hands. He and his team is so good in doing HT, anybody can see the list of patients on the darling buds website and can contact personally as well to a patient to clear the doubts Guyz please do not compare the clinics by only price comparison, i have spent so much money starting from my first HT till last because of selecting cheap HT clinics. We need to compare the clinics by checking the number of satisfied clients from all over the world. And in this point Darling Buds is on the top of the list. Best HT's are little expensive but satisfaction level is far far better than cheap price clinics. I have no doubt and yes i fully recommend darling buds to all the patients who want best best HT. I am writing all this with my personal experiences only, nobody is forcing me to write in favour of any clinic. Love you always Dr. Bhatti and the whole team of darling buds. -----Darling Buds is the best best best best clinic for Hair Transplant-----
  12. Dr. Kapil Dua from Ludhiana is a man who has created an impeccable reputation for himself and much of it has come from his expertise and proficiency in his field, which is hair transplantation. Not only is he the present President of the AHRS India, he also recently became the first Indian to demonstrate live surgery in the Asian Hair Transplant meeting, held in Bangkok Thailand. Read More : https://akclinics.org/blog/news-and-events/city-doctor-earns-yet-another-distinction/
  13. Hi frends,I would like to share my experience on 2nd FUE procedure done by Dr.Tejinder bhatti. Before this,on 25 Dec 15,my 1st FUE procedure done by Dr.kapil dua.unfortunately I got very poor result and also I posted my views about my 1st FUE in this forum on 27 Jan 17. I received comments and suggestions from forum members.then I found dr.tejinder bhatti.he has given consistently good result to his clients.i have seen his website and patients result thru this network and decided to go for my 2nd FUE Procedure. I met with Dr.tejinder Bhatti thru Skype.i explained about my 1st FUE procedure and result.he well explained about HT procedure and pre op and post op instructions.totally very nice to talk with him.i am very much satisfied and got confident to go for HT procedure. Then my procedure scheduled on 6th april 17. I fly to Chandigarh on 5th April. It is very nice and green city.very pleasant to stay here. Clinic driver picked me and met with Dr.bhatti then he explained procedure area and medication. The day of the procedure,dr.bhatti explained step by step procedure.he has very good crew in his clinic.The team prepared procedure things. Procedure starts at 8 am.local anathesia given by dr.bhatti.then extraction taken nearly about 3hrs.then slitting taken nearly about 1.5hrs.grafts implanted taken about 3 hrs.then i had a lunch. In this, extraction and slitting 100% done by dr.bhatti.Grafts only implanted by his technician. Totally 3080 grafts implanted within 7 1/2 hrs.later then dressing and medication given by dr. And he adviced to come next day for shampoo procedure and post op medication. till now i don't feel any discomfort.it is great. Here with i attached Preop and post op photos.
  14. I agree the cosmesis is decent. Body hairs have grown well on this guy. Dr. Kapil Dua any comment as to how the leg hairs grew compared to beard and chest hairs?.
  15. There is no denying that the entire team of AK Clinics was behind the success of Haircon 2017, but it was the stellar leadership of Dr. Kapil Dua that made it all possible. With Dr. Aman Dua to back and support him, every step of the way, Dr. Kapil was able to ensure that every element of the planning was executed, exactly the way it should. Haircon 2017 was held over three days, 24th, 25th and 26th of February 2017, which is why the presidential dinner was held on the evening of the 23rd. Once the guests had been welcomed and settled in, the conference began in true earnest, with Dr. Kapil Dua leading the charge. On the very first day, he led live surgeries, in which issues such as strip surgery dissection of grafts, FUE; lowering the transection rate were all demonstrated. As a matter of fact, in the surgery that Dr. Kapil conducted, the graft transection rate was zero! All these surgeries were relayed live to a nearby hall, because accommodating everyone in the operating rooms would not have been possible. Dr. Dua also spoke at length about the seven main steps of surgery, which was followed by a lengthy question and answer session. For the very first time, there was a Coffee with Experts session, which allowed a more a detailed interaction. Dr. Dua spearheaded the talk on FUE advancement – as a matter of fact, he is presently the principal investigator on the study on the same, which is being conducted under the aegis of the FUE Advancement Committee under AHRS. The study is presently being conducted in multiple clinics and countries including India, Hungary, Belgium, Portugal and the US. Dr. Dua also invested time on describing the various instruments that are used for these surgeries and how the choices are dependent on factors such as age, ethnicity, and density of hair and so on. Whether it was emceeing the gala dinners or explaining which slits to use for which surgeries, Dr. Kapil Dua proved that he is not only a jack of many trades, but also the master of everything he sets his heart on!
  16. Hi friends, i am Karthikeyan,age 30 from india,tamilnadu.i did my hair transplantation surgery on 25/12/2015 by dr.kapil dua and his team at ak clinics Bangalore(extended clinic name of kosmoderma skin and hair clinic). I would like to express my views about my hair transplantation surgery in this blog. After completion of one year post op,i am not happy with the result and noticed poor density.initially i met with dr.kapil dua thru Skype about my hair transplantation surgery. he suggested to go for 4000 hair follicular unit ,which means that around 2200 grafts to cover front hair line.on day of surgery and one year post op,i don't feel any discomfort. But result wise i am very disappointed. Herewith i attached before and after photo. I gained below 50% results.i lost my money,harvested hairs at back side,more than that l lost my one year priceless time.who will give all those things. I think,this bad result due to only 30-40% of work done by dr.kapil dua and remaining 70-60 % of work done by his team or technician. hair implants 100% done by technician.on the whole which yields poor result. I had seen my hair growth monthly wise.after completion of 7 th month,i met with dr.kapil dua on skype about hair transplantation growth. i expressed my views. he said that "your hair growth is good and you have full of hairs".i said that" density wise i am not happy".doctor said that"you have to wait for another 4or 5 months for better result.today it is 13 month,pl see the result. Thereafter, i don't want to contact with doctor. Actually hair transplantation is a good technique,but in the bad hands,my story will be the result. Dear Friends,do lot of research and decide doctor without considering ads. I am not recommended, dr.kapil dua for hair trasplation surgery based on my experience. i need your support. Finally, thanks for this network , opportunity to share my feelings and thought. Thanks and regards karthikeyan.
  17. Finally I am back in India after a bad surgery by AK clinics in 2012. Nobody can even guess about my hair transplant because there is no result at all. Despite I am loosing my donor area at the same time. I have been going here and there more since I came because I cannot take any risk regarding my surgery this time. I have visited a clinic in Bombay, chennai and Chandigarh. I received an email from Dr. Kapil dua but I cannot bother myself replying to him. I have visited darling buds, Chandigarh as I have heard very good reviews about them. But honestly I have no idea what to do ? Please help me guys as I am more concerned this time.
  18. Hello all. I'm in a spot of bother and sort of desperate after an unsuccessful FUE experience in Istanbul. The reason why I'm bothered is due to cultural expectations and my marital status (still unmarried and I'm 31). Little bit of background. I'm South Asian (currently in S. Asia) by origin, and went to Istanbul to get HT in May 2015. Over 17 months on, my HT did little/nothing. Instead of undergoing another HT (I can't afford to shell out 5-10k for HT from a reputed doc), I've decided on getting SMP. bWhile I'm aware of Caboki (and have used it too) and other concealers, I don't wish to sport a bald look during my wedding day. Things are a tad complicated as I'm undergoing an arranged marriage meaning I won't be able to use a concealer on my wedding day and then afford to wash it later at night. That also rules out the option of hair piece (I'm wearing one right now). I don't have any plans to visit the US anytime soon. Hence, I can't visit a clinic in NYC or LA. My questions are. 1. What sort of certification should I be looking at off prospective clinic? Is there a standard certificate? The reason why ask is I was quoted about 800 dollars by an Indian clinic (India's my closest option) but I don't wish to visit another run of the mill clinic and waste my money. 2. Can you sport a full hair? I have diffused hairloss, especially around the crown area. I'd much rather sport a lengthy hair instead of "shaved" look. Thing is, in my culture, "shaved" look = bald head. So SMP in itself will be deemed a failure. 3. What are reputable clinics in Asia? The farthest I can visit is Bangkok or a clinic in Thailand. I looked up SMP clinics in India and while Dr. Kapil Dua's clinic seems to offer SMP, it is a temporary one. I'm a guy under a severe stress and I feel extremely insecure due to hairloss despite me having a round face (I've been told that shaved look/buzz cut look does suit me). Please help me regain my confidence back.
  19. My Hair transplant Decision I had been losing hair for a while and even though I could constantly see the hair on my towel, in my comb and even accumulating around the bathroom drain, I was ignoring the signs. My father too had suffered from bald patches, but I always thought that I would be safe from the same at least till the later parts of my life. However, when people started asking me about my hair loss, I knew that I had to take a decision to do something about and I knew that it had to be done fast. It was at this point of time that I decided that I needed to get a hair transplant. Now, before I actually went in for the transplant, I knew that my first step would be to find the best person to do it. Since I didn’t want to trust the internet too much, I chose to speak to two of my friends, who had gotten hair transplant surgery done in the recent past. Not only had they had hassle free procedures, but after about a year, their hair looked so natural. It was then that I was sure that I wanted to go to the same hair transplant surgeon. Consultation with Surgeon - Dr Kapil Dua I have to admit that the first time I reached AK Clinics, I was extremely nervous, because one, I was really not sure about what to expect and two, I was not sure whether I would have that level of comfort with the doctor. However, the moment I met with Dr. Kapil Dua, I knew that I was in safe hands. He took his time to explain the entire procedure to me and made sure that I had no doubts as such in my mind. As a matter of fact, he talked to me about some of the most commonly asked questions and explained the same to me in detail. He then went on to examine my head, so that he could give me a clear idea about how my procedure would be. Yet again, he took his time to look at my head, clearly defining the donor and recipient areas. An assistant was taking photographs, which I was told would be used on the day of the surgery. Dr Kapil spoke to me about how many grafts I would need and roughly how much time the entire procedure would take. He also gave me a good idea of how much the entire procedure would cost. Process Before surgery Once I had decided that I was going ahead with the hair transplant surgery at AK Clinics, I was given a detailed list of the things that I needed to do. The date for my surgery was fixed on 28 th February, 2015 and I was told that from the 10 th of the same month, I was asked to stay away from smoking and other nicotine products. I was also asked to avoid alcohol and every time I stepped out of the house, I was asked to keep my head covered, because I could not afford to get my scalp sunburnt. During this time period, I was also asked to massage my scalp with just regular coconut oil, as this would help the scalp feel rejuvenated and improve skin tone. It was also advised that I not get a haircut, because Dr. Dua would need to have my hair at normal length for the procedure. I was also given very specific instructions about the medications that I was taking on a regular basis. Because I was not supposed to eat or drink anything since the midnight of the day of the procedure, I was told that I had to skip certain medicines and the others I could have with a single sip of water. On Day of Surgery The day before the surgery, I received a call from the clinic and I was asked to come early and although I was asked to avoid coffee, I had been told that I could have a light breakfast. I had been asked to wash my hair really well and once I was at the clinic, an assistant checked to make sure that my scalp was clean. Once I was ‘prepped’, I was taken to the room where the procedure was supposed to take place. It was heartening to see that Dr. Kapil and his entire team walked in with warm smiles and that put me at ease immediately. Once again, Dr. Kapil explained the procedure to me and made sure that I understood what was going to happen. I had been told in advance that I would not be put under sedation, but an anaesthetic would be administered, which would ensure that I would not feel any discomfort. At this point of time, I also noticed that the photographs that had been taken during my consultation were displayed on a board nearby and using those, Dr. Kapil demarcated the donor and recipient areas first. After this, he administered the anaesthetic and given that he is so experienced, I hardly felt it. Within a few minutes, I knew that my scalp was numb, because I could not feel anything. Post this, Dr. Kapil and his team went to work, removing the hair follicles and then implanting them into the donor area. What was most interesting was that throughout the procedure, everyone was chatting with me, making me feel not only comfortable, but also unaware of what was happening on my head! Within a few hours, the entire procedure was done and I was asked to just sit back and relax for some time. I had already been asked to arrange for a ride home and about half an hour before I was to go home, a member of the staff came and reminded me to call my friend, who was supposed to drive me home. I had also been given an entire list of what to do and what not to do, in the days following the procedure. This included when and how to wash my hair, how to sleep and even when I could get my first haircut. I had been told that I would lose hair in the days to come, but this was something that was to be considered normal. Dr. Kapil told me that it would also be natural to have a little redness or itching, and he told me that I could use an ice pack to help the possible swelling reduce. I was asked to return to the clinic a few times in the months to come and each time I was happy to find out that the transplant was a success. Eleven months after surgery Close to a year after the surgery, I was asked to return to the clinic and once Dr. Kapil had examined me, he told me that things were going really well. I had gotten my first haircut, a little after two months and my hair had been growing out really well. Since I had been prescribed Minoxidil, I had been using it regularly and the effects of the same were very visible. It was clear the hair had grown in really well and what was most impressive was that the scars from the procedure were now well hidden under the thick hair. These days, I am living my life to the fullest – I work out, I swim, I even got my hair coloured and all of this has still left my hair looking normal and natural! Progress so far It has been over a year since I got my hair transplant, and I have to say I am super happy, because apart from the people in my immediate family and close circle of friends, no one knows that I got a hair transplant. The hair has grown back really well and it looks completely natural. Because Dr. Kapil took so much effort to ensure that the grafts were placed in tandem with the natural direction of my hair, the new hair has grown in the same way.
  20. Hi Bill, I hope to get some attention from you and some senior members here !! I am 26 years old, went through a hair straightening procedure 6-7 years ago, have been losing hair at moderate pace since then. Baldness runs in my family as well. At norwood 2 stage with less density in frontal area, i went through a 1000 graft hair transplant at Bangalore, India by Dr. Venkat charmalaya. It was a futile effort, i ended up with lesser hair on front, maybe due to shock loss and no additional regrowth, have also been on finasteride by dr. reddy;s for 6 months, no visible improvement. I seek help in choosing a doctor in India/Thailand.(Preferably India), A doctor who could assure results this time, as another futile transplant would deplete my donor supply and time. I would be grateful for your inputs, as this forum is my only ray of hope now. Personally visited Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in Chandigarh and Dr. Kapil Dua in Ludhiana, while Dr.Kapil Dua gave me a lot of comfort and confidence, Dr. Bhatti's reviews seem better, also he has many visible success cases on this forum, i also liked his clinic's exclusivity to hair restoration. Have also went through posts of HT failures by both doctors on this forum, specially the one where Dr.bhatti did not do most of the surgery by himself, and the forum's have a lot of failed cases against doctor dua, While both of them are only "recommended" surgeon's here, Dr. Damkerng Pathomvanich in Thailand is "coalition surgeon", would going to him create a huge difference, or either of these two mentioned doctors equally good ? I am aware that while harvesting and design is done by the surgeon himself, while planting is done by the helpers, is this true always ? Also, i need guidance in how to go about the surgery with high success chances this time, without feeling cheated like in the first case, please help me choose a surgeon.
  21. Hi, This is off-topic, but i saw lot of senior members on this thread, writing in order to seek your attention, new to this forum, hence did not know how else could have i reached out to you guys, as some immediate feedback would be very valuable. I am 26 years old, went through a hair straightening procedure 6-7 years ago, have been losing hair at moderate pace since then. Baldness runs in my family as well. At norwood 2 stage with less density in frontal area, i went through a 1000 graft hair transplant at Bangalore, India by Dr. Venkat charmalaya. It was a futile effort, i ended up with lesser hair on front, maybe due to shock loss and no additional regrowth, have also been on finasteride by dr. reddy;s for 6 months, no visible improvement. I seek help in choosing a doctor in India/Thailand.(Preferably India), A doctor who could assure results this time, as another futile transplant would deplete my donor supply and time. I would be grateful for your inputs, as this forum is my only ray of hope now. Personally visited Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in Chandigarh and Dr. Kapil Dua in Ludhiana, while Dr.Kapil Dua gave me a lot of comfort and confidence, Dr. Bhatti's reviews seem better, also he has many visible success cases on this forum, i also liked his clinic's exclusivity to hair restoration. Have also went through posts of HT failures by both doctors on this forum, specially the one where Dr.bhatti did not do most of the surgery by himself, and the forum's have a lot of failed cases against doctor dua, While both of them are only "recommended" surgeon's here, Dr. Damkerng Pathomvanich in Thailand is "coalition surgeon", would going to him create a huge difference, or either of these two mentioned doctors equally good ? I am aware that while harvesting and design is done by the surgeon himself, while planting is done by the helpers, is this true always ? Also, i need guidance in how to go about the surgery with high success chances this time, without feeling cheated like in the first case, please help me choose a surgeon. Regards, Hairhoho
  22. Hi, I am 26 years old, went through a hair straightening procedure 6-7 years ago, have been losing hair at moderate pace since then. Baldness runs in my family as well. At norwood 2 stage with less density in frontal area, i went through a 1000 graft hair transplant at Bangalore, India by Dr. Venkat charmalaya. It was a futile effort, i ended up with lesser hair on front, maybe due to shock loss and no additional regrowth, have also been on finasteride by dr. reddy;s for 6 months, no visible improvement. I seek help in choosing a doctor in India/Thailand.(Preferably India), A doctor who could assure results this time, as another futile transplant would deplete my donor supply and time. I would be grateful for your inputs, as this forum is my only ray of hope now. Personally visited Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in Chandigarh and Dr. Kapil Dua in Ludhiana, while Dr.Kapil Dua gave me a lot of comfort and confidence, Dr. Bhatti's reviews seem better, also he has many visible success cases on this forum, i also liked his clinic's exclusivity to hair restoration. Have also went through posts of HT failures by both doctors on this forum, specially the one where Dr.bhatti did not do most of the surgery by himself, and the forum's have a lot of failed cases against doctor dua as well. While both of them are only "recommended" surgeon's here, Dr. Damkerng Pathomvanich in Thailand is "coalition surgeon", would going to him create a huge difference, or either of these two mentioned doctors equally good ? I am aware that while harvesting and design is done by the surgeon himself, while planting is done by the helpers, is this true always ? Also, i need guidance in how to go about the surgery with high success chances this time, without feeling cheated like in the first case, please help me choose a surgeon. Regards, Hairhoho
  23. Hi, I am 26 years old, went through a hair straightening procedure 6-7 years ago, have been losing hair at moderate pace since then. Baldness runs in my family as well. At norwood 2 stage with less density in frontal area, i went through a 1000 graft hair transplant at Bangalore, India by Dr. Venkat charmalaya. It was a futile effort, i ended up with lesser hair on front, maybe due to shock loss and no additional regrowth, have also been on finasteride by dr. reddy;s for 6 months, no visible improvement. I seek help in choosing a doctor in India/Thailand.(Preferably India), A doctor who could assure results this time, as another futile transplant would deplete my donor supply and time. I would be grateful for your inputs, as this forum is my only ray of hope now. Personally visited Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in Chandigarh and Dr. Kapil Dua in Ludhiana, while Dr.Kapil Dua gave me a lot of comfort and confidence, Dr. Bhatti's reviews seem better, also he has many visible success cases on this forum, i also liked his clinic's exclusivity to hair restoration. Have also went through posts of HT failures by both doctors on this forum, specially the one where Dr.bhatti did not do most of the surgery by himself, and the forum's have a lot of failed cases against doctor dua, While both of them are only "recommended" surgeon's here, Dr. Damkerng Pathomvanich in Thailand is "coalition surgeon", would going to him create a huge difference, or either of these two mentioned doctors equally good ? I am aware that while harvesting and design is done by the surgeon himself, while planting is done by the helpers, is this true always ? Also, i need guidance in how to go about the surgery with high success chances this time, without feeling cheated like in the first case, please help me choose a surgeon. Regards, Hairhoho
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