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  1. I’m based in the UK and looking into my first possible HT and after much research it seems that Dr Raghu Reddy and Dr Farjo appear to be the best surgeons in the England? Can anyone, based on experience advise who is better? I previously visited Dr. Asim Shahmalak for a consultation who advised I should have 2500 grafts- 1000 on the crown and 1500 at the front. But I have not managed to find enough info on Dr. Asim Shahmalak so doubtfully I will use him. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I am looking for the best possible surgeon who will give me the best results. Happy to pay more for a better result and travel if needed. Thanks in advance.
  2. Classygentleman, Welcome to our hair restoration discussion forum. Both Dr. Reddy and Dr. Farjo are excellent in my opinion. I also notice that you seem to be seeking solely FUE. I encourage you to consider both strip and FUE only because each procedure has its pros and cons and some patients are better for one procedure over another. Thus, I encourage you to consider both as you do your research. I encourage you to visit examples of each surgeons results, consult with both of them and then make your decision :-). Best wishes, Bill
  3. Hi Guys, Of course the 1000 grafts are an approximation Dr. Reddy gave me, as what was paid for is 3000 hairs; and he knows he has to use single hairs for the hairline, as per previously posted on the forum (e.g. here). And as he can do up to twice as many grafts in one day, there is no reason why he wouldn't have the time to carefully select grafts of 1, 3 or more hairs. Again, the hairline enhancement has to be only subtle, much more so than in the examples shown around here, so the majority of the grafts will be used for thickening the existing forelock/midscalp. Check out on this forum a few more cases done by him, procedures he performed over 5 years ago with similar hairlines or thinness and number of grafts/hairs but with different goals (more ambitious hairline results), like this one or this one. He can definitely achieve satisfactory results by my standards if the focus is on thickening, then adding just a little around; to make it clear once and for all, that is what I told him I wanted to achieve during my consultation and which has been agreed. Not sure how likely further loss is: as stated in my first post, I'm 40 and my hair loss has been going on for nearly 20 years (I probably got it from my maternal grandfather, but my father still has more hair than I do at twice my age). It was fast during the first 2 years, especially at the hairline, but then very progressive with not much difference from year to year, so I consider it stable. I'm just reaching a point now where I really wish to maintain what I have and possibly enhance it a bit, while remaining discreet about it. And 6000 hairs, besides being twice the price, would be a dead giveaway. So I had rather have that one procedure now, then another one a few years later to address other areas. And I don't mind looking somewhere else if you know better options in the UK, but the Private Clinic seemed like the best place to me.
  4. Hi Jean, Thank you for your concern and advice. When I said I was mainly looking to improve on the hairline but in a discrete manner, I did not mean to get a thick band of transplants, but focusing on thickening the top while subtly enhancing it, because without a good forelock, as you noted, that hairline will not be durable. I have realistic expectations regarding what I can achieve. If the crown needs a transplant a few years down the line, then so be it. I am prepared to see some shock loss in the following weeks, and possibly keep my hair trimmed for a whole year until both grafts and natural hair regrow; doing that would even help the transplant progressively blend in visually. Shock loss can vary from one person to another, but apart from not using Propecia (I will use Minoxidil though), other factors may act in my favour: the moderate size of the transplant, and using a skilled surgeon, who also uses magnification to implant the grafts without harming the existing hair. Hi Djlazerblue, I Have looked up the Choi implanter, which is the one I saw Dr. Reddy use in the videos indeed, and read a list of advantages and inconvenients. I expect that he is aware of those as well and has learnt to work around them (e.g. differences of Caucasian hair types). As my FUE will be shaved, one of the risks should be minimised, and due to the size of 3-hair graft tools, I will see whether we can use more 2-hair or single hair grafts to achieve the 3000-hair total. The tariff is that of the Private Clinic: 2.5 pounds per hair for shaved FUE. I agree this is high compared to charging per graft, but I wanted to have this done by a reliable surgeon in the UK.
  5. Have you had your consultation with Dr. Reddy yet? If so, he should be able to prescribe this for you... If not, reach out to him and tell him you're planning a procedure with him and would love to start propecia and see if he can write you the prescription.
  6. There's really no way to give you advice without pictures. But then you responded saying you're not looking for a consultation… We can't give you a consultation, but I'm not exactly sure what kind of advice you're looking for. Dr. Reddy is recommended by this community and top-notch in my opinion. I don't believe he would steer you wrong. I understand though, that physicians have various philosophies and at the end of the day, you will have to make your own decision based on the advice you've been given. My guess is though, that you will have to have very realistic expectations as to what can be achieved if some doctors are telling you that you're not even a candidate. That probably means you have a lot of hair loss and not much done her hair. So no doctor can pull off a miracle just understand that. If you were satisfied with restoring some here and not all of it, you might be a good candidate, depending on what's been said. I strongly recommend that you post pictures so we can see what your hair looks like and we can give you better advice. Although our advice should never replace a doctors advice. Best wishes, Bill
  7. This is not to discredit Dr. Reddy, but I think very few on these forums would consider him to have the reputation or output that rivals Bisanga. The cost of a procedure with Reddy for 2500 FUE grafts is quite frankly completely outrageous too. Just an opinion, but I don't think there is justification for prices at that level apart from the fact that there are those willing to pay it.
  8. I wouldn't base anything off of online consultations, unfortunately it's difficult to know whether you have thinning in the donor region without seeing what's going on microscopically. You live in Sweden, I would suggest taking a short flight to consult with doctors in Belgium like Lupunzula, feriduni, bisanga or even England like Dr. Farjo and Dr. Reddy, if this is something you're seriously considering then it's imperative you see a doctor in person, there's no way of knowing for sure whether you are or aren't a candidate for surgery. To answer your question, if you have thinning in your donor zone you should NOT be getting surgery, because that would mean that the transplanted hair is susceptible to DHT, thus transplantation would not work because the hair would miniaturize and fall out. You would also put yourself in the position of possibly exposing surgical scars whether it be FUT or FUE. Again by the photos your donor zone does not seem diffused, I can clearly see the crown demarcation lines which is a clear sign of genetic patterned alopecia.
  9. I am a fan of Dr. Reddy, check out this guy life of Steve, his hairline looks impeccable, if I lived in the U.K. and didn't want to travel I'd probably choose him.
  10. I thought i would come back to the forum and update my thread from my first procedure which was 3 years ago now! Time really does fly! Im still over the moon with my results and have been in regular contact with Dr Reddy over the last 3 years. Im now looking to book in for a smaller procedure that will concentrate on my temple angle closure. Something we planned for when we did the initial FUE. I will post further updates and share my experience once i secured dates with the Dr. Thanks
  11. I disagree that he's too young for a hair transplant. At 28 years old (assuming the year of birth posted on his profile is accurate), getting a hair transplant may just be appropriate depending on other factors. I had my first hair transplant at 28 and though I needed a lot of grafts and it took many years to reach my goals, I'm still very happy with my results 8 years after my last procedure. Prettyboy, I'm not familiar with the clinic "Transform", but if you're in the UK, we recommend some outstanding surgeons who have a long, proven track record of producing outstanding results. This includes Dr. Bessam Farjo and Dr. Radhu Reddy. I encourage you to click on their profiles to learn more and to see examples of their results. You are also encouraged to use the "search" feature of this forum to view other real patient results presented on this forum. Best wishes, Bill
  12. Hello guys, Posting my 2 month pics. Hope everyone's doing well. Can't believe it is more than 2 months already Transplanted side :Hairs are growing slowly, atleast that is what I feel. I have some short hair, but I am unable to figure out if these are the new hair that are popping out. I have clicked some good and more quantity of pics this time so you guys can guage more. Temples of one side seems still intact. Maybe you guys can comment on that ? Donor side : There is some redness in the donor area, that is it is not completely healed but Native hair: I think I don't have much shock loss and they are growing at a normal pace now. Medications : I have been taking 1mg finasteride by Cipla and Biotin and applying 5 % minoxidil by Dr.Reddy's twice a day. I have also been applying JnJ's baby oil on it every day after shower. Apart from that I have started playing Badminton again(sweating) in a full flow and running on a good note. I have also been doing some inversion exercises to regulate more blood flow(I am not putting any pressure on the head). Social life: I have started drinking occasionally on the weekends not too much though. I might have smoked a few cigarettes here and there but never too much. (3 cigarettes per two weeks on an average) Feel free to ask me any questions or give your honest opinions. Question: 1)How do you feel about hair, since I am not able to figure out the difference if new hairs are popping out or no? 2)Do you feel I am early in the process of growing hair or late? Any honest opinion and advise would help. Thank you so much in anticipation for reading this out. Happy growing Cheers guys
  13. Malin, It's great that you are here doing some research before you take the plunge into hair transplant surgery. While I am not too familiar with many of the physicians you referenced, meaning that I've heard of them but haven't seen much of their work or results, I am highly confident in Dr. Farjo and Dr. Reddy you are both highly esteemed and recommended by this community. You can see a multitude of their results on this forum posted by both the clinic and patients. If you have any questions regarding either of these surgeons, feel free to contact me privately or ask them here on this topic. Personally, I would trust both of them with my scalp because they have a proven history of producing excellent results. That to me is the most important thing in selecting an outstanding surgeon. Best wishes Bill
  14. Posting my 1 month pic. Hope everyone's new year started with a bang. Transplanted side : I have shedded around 75 % of the transplanted hair as expected. Although uneven that is there are some on the sides. Front and 1 side are shedded and temples are still there. Temples of one side seems still intact. There is some redness on the transplanted side but nothing usual. Donor side : There is some redness in the donor area, that is it is not completely healed but I have not cared too much about this since there was no pain. I applied aloe vera lotion on this but for two weeks. Now regained applying it again. Native hair: This hair is been growing at it's own pace and I think this is normal. Honestly I have never ever shaved my head completely hence I don't know my growing rate or speed. I have trimmed down the sides and kept hair only on my frontal third to not make it look too out of the place. Medications : I have been taking 1mg finasteride by Cipla and applying 2 % minoxidil by Dr.Reddy's twice a day. I have also been applying JnJ's baby oil on it every day after shower. Apart from that I have started playing Badminton again in a full flow and running on a good note. I have also been doing some inversion exercises to regulate more blood flow(I am not putting any pressure on the head). Also my crown seems to be empty since I have shaved it that way. There is however a small red pimple on my frontal region. Is this ok ? Feel free to ask me any questions or give your honest opinions. Cheers guys
  15. I've always used generic finasteride and I'm confident that it's worked as expected. In terms of brands, I've had Dr. Reddy's and a couple of other brands I can't recall. I did not perceive any difference in effect. I've also used a few different brands of minoxidil from Rogaine to Kirkland to Target brand. As far as I can tell, no difference in quality. I quit using liquid years ago. I prefer foam which does not dry out my scalp.
  16. KR, Thanks for sharing another impressive example of Dr. Reddy's results. That said, do you have any photos showing the top of the patient's scalp before and after surgery? To get a full understanding and appreciation of the result, a more detailed selection of photos would be helpful. Best wishes, Bill
  17. After doing extensive research I have ended up with these two Drs. (yes I considered Dr. Hasson,Bisanga, etc). I have recession and then diffuse thinning in the crown (the latter I am willing to live with and/or address with Finasteride which I am back on for the last 3 months and/or do a second HT later). Right now I want to fix the hairline and behind. Dr. Rahal does amazing hairlines, yet I haven't seen as good results with FUE. I am not totally against FUT but clearly would prefer FUE if possible. I have seen some extraordinary FUE results from Dr. Reddy, and his hairline and temple restoration is also outstanding (I'd say on par if not even superior to Dr. Rahal) He also seems to have perfected 'cherry picking' FUE and also gets a higher yield specifically because he harvests 2-4 hair FUs (and of course 1s for hairline). I like the thought of that because my donor hair (to my eye/hand) has some areas that would be great for hairline that might be below the strip and also because I'd prefer if possible to take hairs that still have color (I am salt and pepper). I am not so worried about nape loss as i am 54 and my nape has always been strong, and it is doubtful it is or will thin. In any event, I am looking for some feedback. Dr. Rahal is great choice to be sure but I'd say given the results I've seen I'd be looking at 3k-4.5 FUT which is no small FUT scar, whereas with Dr. Reddy I am thinking 2-2.5k FUE would be in order. I am also slightly concerned about a couple bad recent results from Dr. Rahal but of course understand that this can happen to any Dr. and in fairness to Dr. Rahal he seems to be outstandingly committed to his patients and work and stands behind it like no other (I've read threads where he flies patients back in on his own dime). So I'm sort of up in the air. I'll assume the costs between the two aforementioned would be similar, so that is not a consideration.
  18. 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
  19. Dear all, I have benefitted from this forum in the past and am repaying the help by posting my experience on here. Feel free to ask any questions. I am 29 years old, Indian, but grew up in London. I started losing my hair when I was 19. By 22-23, it was very advanced, and I started taking propecia and minoxidil. I also had a laser comb but could not be bothered to do this anymore. I feel that my hair loss was genetics, but also a very bad diet when younger, being nocturnal, partying too much, some depression/ anxiety throughout my twenties and also working at an investment bank, where I was working 18 hours a day with a very great deal of stress. I have made some changes now and am trying to live much more healthily. I used nanogen (toppik alternative) between 26-and 29, and I hated using it and think it contributed to some hair loss. Wearing Nanogen hair fibres was really inhibiting my social and professional life, as the powder had less and less to hold on to, so my hair always looks powdery and I was paranoid at people staring at it. I was always concious of it, so once after a particularly windy and rainy day I said enough was enough of the and decided on a hair transplant! I was always against the idea of having a hair transplant as I thought it was a bit vain. But I think you only have one life, you want to feel confident and look your best. With hindsight, I am so happy I finally took the plunge after a year of really researching it. I preferred FUE rather than FUT as I don't want a scar. I can see a scar on someone a mile off. FUE scars are smaller, you can still see it, but it's not as dominating in my opinion My Expectations I had my head shaved when younger and think it actually suits me. However being a NW4/5 with a shaved head makes me look 40. So I was very realistic. I only wanted a decent coverage on my crown and a natural looking hairline. I was going to keep my hair at grade 1-3 from now on, so though some hair top-up would be good. So, in looking for a doctor, I wanted someone who would give me a good hairline and make it look natural and give me aesthetic coverage on the crown, making a little bit of hair look like a lot Choosing a doctor Online forums are very important, as you all know, and so I looked at what people said and looked at before and after pics. I decided to narrow to Dr Reddy (Private Clinic, Harley St), Dr Erdogan, Dr Bisanga and Dr Doganay. I met all the doctors face to face. I met Dr Reddy twice, both times he said 5000 grafts, but all in the front. Dr Bisanga said 2500 grafts initially in the front, and Dr Doganay also said 5000 but spread over. Dr Erdogan said 5000, 4000 in the front, and 1000 over the crown. He said you wont have too much on the crown, but better to focus on the front hairline, which I agreed with. I chose Dr Erdogan because I really liked the brand new clinic, I also met a previous patient there who had a very good post-donor area (no scars), and the staff seemed really professional. Also I preferred manual extraction rather than use a robot. I also thought their price was reasonable. Dr Reddy was GBP2.5 per graft, Bisanga was EUR5 for first 1000 and 3 for rest, and Doganay was EUR 2.5. But cost really wasn't an issue. An extra 1-2k here and there is not as important as having a good doctor who will give you a good result for a long number of years. Better to go with the best than settle and regret I think. Procedure Sevinc was my coordinator / translator. She was fantastic throughout the whole experience - very good English, lots of advice and guidance. I worked with her to sort out all the logistics, she was prompt and reliable. I booked 22/23 Jan 2015. I arrived in 21st, and went for blood test, BP Test, and hairline design by Dr. Erdogan, and then head buzzed down to grade 0. It was permanent marker. I also paid in cash and then was picked up for the HT on Thursday at 715. I stayed at Radisson Blu hotel which is fantastic (80 EUR for each night, and I took 4 days) I can't remember all the times and names as I was under anasthetic but I'll give a summary below I arrived early morning, had some breakfast at the clinic. Then I went downstairs, changed into their clothes, then went to the basement floor where there is a patient waiting room, leading to three operation theatres. In the waiting room, I met the anasthesiologist doctor who was able to give me some pills for painkilling. I then chose two movies to watch (Hangover and Social Network) and then went to the oepration theatre. I was very nervous at this point! However they took my blood pressure and it was time to start. Day was split into four parts, extraction, graft hole creation and then implantation and then a final check up with Dr Erdogan. Quick point now about the language issue - you will have a translator with you at all times, so it was never an issue. Most of the staff in the operation room have limited English but the translator is there throughout the day to communicate to everyone and it never was a problem, which I thought it might be. Extraction: In the room you have four people with you, the translator, one person to take the grafts out through manual extraction, one person to gather the grafts and one person to check the grafts were good. They started with local anasthetic. This was quite painful and they applied it to the left side of my donor area and eventually that side went numb. However from time to time you will feel pain, at which point you tell the team that they need to apply a bit more anasthetic there. This lasted 4-5 hours to take 2500 grafts. It was very long and I admired that the team was so efficient. They were going very quick. I only felt pain perhaps 4-5 times, but that was just a little pain, whch goes once they apply some anasthetic there. I watched the movie and then another one. The anasthetic doctor kept checking on my to make sure I was fine. Dr Erdogan also came in to check everything was fine. As well my operation, I think there were two others going on at the same time as well. Once it was done, they bandaged up the donor area. Then I went back to the patient room and had a very nice lunch. I was feeling a bit dizzy but the team always checked on me and gave me some muffins and juice. Graft hole creation After lunch, I went back to my operating theatre. First involved putting in local anasthetic to my front line recipient area. It was again quite painful. About 12-15 injections to the front of my scalp and it became numb. Again it is important to make sure you are happy with their checks (where they poke you to see if you feel anything), otherwise you will feel a pain when the Dr is making the holes. Once the injections were done, the Dr began to create the holes for the grafts. This took about 40 mins. Implantation They immediately started putting the grafts in to the holes after the Dr finished. In the room there was the translator, the person handing out the grafts, and the implanter. This laster for about 5 hours I think. I was done by about 630. THis wasn't painful but I did get some back pain from being not mobile for so long. However I watched some movies and was able to stop the procedure and sit up a few times. The tema were very nice and accommodation to my requests to stop when I wanted. I also admired their ability to go for such a long time! In the day I also got a neck and foot massage which was nice. I was very happy it was done. I saw in the mirror how it looked. It looked bloody but I was very happy how it looked. Dr Erdogan came in and checked it was fine and signed off. I went back to the hotel, applied the spray and the ice pack, and slept on the airpillow which was hard. My head was sore, but I eventually fell asleep. Day 2 Same as day 1. Tis time extraction from the right side of my head. In the morning I had a point where I thought I was about to faint. I am not sure if I had enough food that morning, but I stopped the procedure and had to sit up. I seriously felt I could not get through the day for a minute or two and got scared. But then I got a painkiller, ate a couple of cakes and juice and then felt much better. NOTE: It is very important to have a good breakfast, full of fibre and slow releasing energy. I think I had just pancakes and sugary crap at the Radisson hotel! The pain related to someone holding my head whilst they were extracting the donor grafts. I felt a bit claustrophobic and they gave me about 15 mins to recover, which helped. In the afternoon I actually fell asleep for a while! 5000 grafts over two days is long procedure, but I really think the clinic did it very efficiently. For extraction they make patients sit up which I think is good. Other clinics have you sleeping all day long. Once it was done I was very happy. Dr Erdogan came in and checked it was fine and I was happy and I went back to the hotel. Same ATP spray, and Ice pack procedure. My head felt numb, it felt stretched. But hey, I just went through a massive procedure where my head got pricked about 10,000 times! It is bound to feel strange. There wasn't too much blood loss. I stopped minoxdil 1 month before the process, which I think may have caused some bleeding, given that they request you stop it 2 months before. I will not be using minoxidil any more after the procedure. I want to reduce the amount of the time I spend tending to my head, after the nanogen era! I just want to pop a propecial pill and vitamin tablet and got on with my day. Day 3 I came in on Saturday for the bandage removal from donor area. They washed the recipient area and put antiseptic cream on the donor area. I then went back to the hotel and tried to get to sleep! I got good guidance on how to wash the area. Post Operation days 1-10: I am writing this on day 10! I decided to stay in Istanbul for ten days as I had two weeks off, I needed a holiday and I also wanted to make sure I was washing the area correctly for the first 10 days. I was having real problems with the airpillow for the first 5 days. You can't sleep on the side or on you face as it may dislodge the grafts. I Was paranoid I would sleep on it, so I made sure I was always face up. It was very hard to sleep for more than 2-3 hours at a time, but I did sleep and have naps through the day. Also the donor area was very sore to sleep on, so I had to take some paracetemol. Every day I went to the clinic in the morning to wash the hair and remove the crusts. The clinic was fantastic in making sure it was done as perfectly as possible. I was paranoid that as my scalp was still numb, i wouldnt be able to tell how hard I was pressing, so I decided to get their help doing it, which was perfect. It was so relaxing to get this done, after resisting the urge all day to touch your head! BY day 6-7 the donor area crusts were coming off. By day 10, the clinic washings meant thay all the crusts were off over my entire head. I have to admit that for a couple of days my donor area was so scatchy I couldn't resist rubbing it, and have the donor scabs fall off. Once they fell off, the area became less scratchy. I am on day 10 now, And I really like how it looks. I realise that most of the hair may fall off soon as part of the process. However it looks great and just how I thought it would look. I think that as only have 2000 grafts left, I may decide in 6 months to get some body hair transplant to the crown to get some extra coverage, but that is just an idea. I am happy with it now I will keep posting pics every couple of months. On a side note, I spent days sightseeing around the beautiful city of Istanbul and eating as amazing restaurants. Message me if you want any tips! Verdict on Dr Erdogan and ASMED clinic: I can 100% recommend ASMED clinic for a hair transplant. They are simply fantastic. Sevinc was an excellent patient coordinator. The Dr was fantastic and gave me a very natural looking hairline and density. The technical staff/ nurses/ hair washing team were efficient, kind, friendly and knowledgable. Every person passing you in the clinic gave you a smile and you felt really taken care of. Every wish you had, they would address and take care of you. The clinic itself was state of the art, brand new, and shiningly clean (if that's a word!). All in all, excellence from top to bottom and I would whole heartedly recommend that if you want to go for a hair transplant, you should consider Dr Erdogan. Let me know below if you have any questions
  20. Dr. B Sugunakar Reddy, Hair Transplant Surgeon in Hyderabad did a hair transplant on me in Aug 2013, implanted close to 1800 grafts in one sitting using FUT (strip) method . The results were extremely pleasing, he knows what he is doing, clearly told me upfront, that he would need check the laxity of my head skin, prior to promising how many grafts can be implanted. He said, if he takes more skin than permitted, the wound wouldn't be closed properly leaving a huge scar. The hair looked very natural, and no one could tell that I got a HT, the scar is invisible. Great job , Thank you Dr. BSR ! He being the a renowned plastic surgeon in that area made my hair very natural with minimum scar. I wish he could improve his clinic ambience, does some marketing, and would plant hairs little more denser. Dr. Sugunakar Reddy is a medical graduate from Osmania, one of the oldest in that region. He did his MBBS, MS and MCH from the same, the entry is highly selective. There are so many bogus clinics in Hyderabad, spend money on aggressive marketing, one of my friend went to that famous clinic located in jubilee Hills, The surgeon took more skin than permitted, it took 8 months to heal. When you see any Surgeon, ask them whether he would implant or assistants are implanting. The HT surgeon needs skilled hands, lot's patience and great imagination to blend the science and art to have the desired results. My pictures themselves speak about Dr.BSR's diligent work, I have no qualms recommending him to have a Hair transplant.
  21. 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
  22. Welcome! In the UK we recommend the following hair transplant surgeons. Dr. Bessam Farjo Dr. Raghu Reddy You can view our recommendation criteria here.
  23. 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.
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