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  1. Hi, last year I found myself researching HTs, but in the end just decided to shave my head and be done with it. Once shaved it wasn't all that obvious my hair was thinning and receding, and i had a lot of people tell me the skinhead look suits so me so I thought, problem solved! But the thinning is progressing very quickly, and I'm a lot less comfortable with the idea of a bald head than a shaved head, so I'm once again considering the procedure. Bit of info on myself - I'm 28, been slowly receding throughout my 20s but wasn't noticeable particularly till 26, and since then it has been thinning in general. I went for two consultations last year, one with elite hair restoration and the other I forget the name of, but that surgery had DR. Reddy working with them, who I read good things about. But since then I've researched more, and from this forum I get the general feeling that travelling to Europe is the best way forward, but I find that idea a bit overwhelming. I'm from the uk by the way. I do want it to be worth the effort and money though, so if it's necessary I'll do it. I'm also aware that because of my age I will need to take something to prevent the inevitable, and apparently rapid, continuation of hair loss. Can anyone share their experiences with hair loss drugs? I have heard some horror stories... This is something I want to do but I am not wealthy, and have no savings so I would have to pay for it on a monthly basis, spending probably a max of about 200 pounds a month. This may be a strange way to look at budgeting, but hopefully it makes sense! I would appreciate any info and advice you can give. Thanks!
  2. I got my hair transplantation done by Dr. Puli Reddy two times. I wouldn't recommend him based on my experience. First time he was Ok, second time he was terrible. He behaved as if he is doing free service. His staff are also not professional and I have a scar on the back of my head that will be there through out my life.
  3. Hi My hair type Norwood IV. I too had same experience with Dr.Madhu and Dr.Puli Ravinder Reddy. Dr.Madhu told me he will transplant 2500 grafts for me in frontal area. But Dr.Puli Ravinder Reddy told me he will transplant both frontal and middle of scalp in one session. Please recommend which doctor to choose.
  4. Hi, fellow follicly frustrated friends New member here. I've spent much time reading these forums, but still have questions about hair transplants. I've decided to go for two FUE procedures. I think I have good hair density in the back and sides (see pictures). I'm of same age (37) and have similar hair as Thor Hushovd (see pictures). He's a famous Norwegian bicyclist, who's open about his two hair transplants (1800 follicles in 2011 and 2013). I've tried to find more details, but only know he got them in England. Dr. Lorenzo and others, which many here speak highly of, afaik use the same straight hairline on their patients. Thor got that natural looking receeding/aging hairline, which is the hairline I use to have/want. I've seen some people here criticize the overall quality of English clinics, but Thor's hair transplants look excellent to me. I have some questions, and would appreciate any help/advice: 1: Is there a danger of implanting hair follicles into dormant hairs in the transplant area (I have diffused thinning)? Wouldn't this lead to additional hairloss/destroyed hair follicles? 2: Is the "Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation" surgeon list at hairtransplantnetwork.com complete/up to date? I see two English surgeons on it (Bessam Farjo and Raghu Reddy), probably Thor used one of these two? Any better alternatives that can offer the kind of hairline/transplant I want? 3: Do the URFUE surgeons use the finest hair follicles in front of the hairline, and create natural imperfections? I don't want a hairline that's too smooth/perfect with stark dual/triple follicles. 4: Should I ask the surgeon about punch size? As I understand 0.75 mm punch is the latest/best option? I have light/pale skin, and want as little scarring/redness as possible. Before learning about Thor Hushovd, I had given up on my hair - didn't know hair transplants could look this good! I don't know if he has diffusing thinning in the top/back as I have, but he certainly had more frontal hairloss at 33 (when he got his first transplant). Thanks in advance for any advice/info! Best regards, Mike
  5. I have to agree with you about not going too-aggressive in my first HT, especially with the Hairline. Since I was a Norwood 4/5v looking more like a early-stage Norwood 4 (with meds & supplements), I've been considering a more balanced HT that makes my hairline look natural and improves the Vertex. Regarding the Hairline design, my frontal hairloss is mostly in the temple regions, so my natural hairline from my early twenties is somewhat intact and should serve as a good reference when designing the new-hairline. I likely won't be letting the Doc lower it too much, which *might* present a conflict during the pre-op consult if the Doc insists on something else. As I mentioned earlier, I still have an average-to-semi large Vertex area that needs to be filled in as well. Some Docs/Clinics focus more on the Hair-line aesthetics vs balanced coverage (Koray and Demirsoy fall into this category..the latter recently after my interaction with his Clinic reps). As member mosd wrote: "Dont want to use to much hair just so the doctor can put up a good case on the forums" And another member FUE2014 wrote: "Erdogan does go for a lot more grafts than other docs and while that may be his method, I question whether it is always in the patient's best interests. Short term, perhaps, but long term not so sure. I prefer the less is more approach advocated by Bisanga, Reddy et al, but to each their own"" While having a lowered hairline would be awesome, having a sparsely covered crown or a depleted donor area might be depressing down the road. Alternatively (and perhaps a last resort), you can opt for a Body-Hair Transplant from Docs like Hakan if you qualify. So if you're a solid Norwood 4/5 case who had a 3600 grafts in Front/Mid-scalp and 800 grafts on the Vertex...there is still some hope if your Vertex or other areas are lacking. But this shouldn't be a reason alone to take the risk of going for an aggressive HT. I'm actually doubting whether Dr. Koray or another HT-Doc will be able to extract 5000 grafts during the actual procedure - So I'm considering lowering my expectations, which is likely to compromise my Vertex coverage. It's a tough decision, fellas...
  6. 1. You are between NW 1 and 2. 2. I think that you should go for conservative hairline. Hairline of a person not suffering from baldness is usually 3 fingers (placed horizontally) above eye brows. If you see that it is 4 fingers in your case, you can go for 1200-1500 grafts. But I must again say that please be conservative. It is okay to have matured harline as you age. 3. Don't know.But what I see is that you have very good hair and you are a good candidate for HT. 4. If you mean nape hair, yes they can be used for frontal hairline and doctors prefer that. But if you are talking about thin hair at the very neck, you should not use them because they are body hair and they will also grow slow and curly like body hair - also any doctor will not advise you doing that. If you are bothered with neck hair, my cousin suggested me Philips IPL (some laser thing) for permanent hair reduction. It is very cheap and can be done at home. 5. Did not understand the question. 6. Don't know about 15% minox cream. I am from India and most people here use 5% percent minoxidil by Dr. Reddy's. 5% is sufficient. 7.Yes, most of them do. But even if they do not provide, it is not much of a cost. If someone tries to sell you such material for a high price and promising that it will supplement results of HT, they are lying! 8. I do not think so. Neither should you pay for it. Some clinics will lure into PRP also. If it comes free with HT (as some clinics offer), go for it as it may or may not help existing hair. Else do not go for PRP alone because it will not help you achieve what you want to achieve for your hairline - I am 100 percent sure.
  7. sammalone, In the UK we recommend Dr. Bessam Farjo in Manchester and Dr. Raghu Reddy in London. If you wish to search farther afield, check out our interactive map. You can view our criteria for recommending physicians here.
  8. Hi Shacked, Sounds like you had a great experience with Dr. Reddy! That's an important part of the HT. The transplanted hairs are growing in nicely and the results looks great, so far. Can't wait to see your results at one year!
  9. The 80% yield quote for FUE is nonsense many top FUE surgeons get yield as good as Fut eg Feriduni, Erdogan etc. One thing you are missing is the ability to cherry pick with FUE which is probably even more critical with your limited donor. One thing that sparked my move fro. FUE to FUE (I was scheduled for a fut before reconsidering and doing more research). This mean being able to get a better hair per follicle yield. A 2000 fut can yield as low as 3500 hairs while surgeons such as dr. Reddy routinely get 5600 from the same # of grafts. I do not think you will find a $3 surgeon in the uss remotely as good das Dr. Erdogan. Lastly I would reconsider your price emphasis.nyeah I get you want to make this possible to yourself but when you start saying things like Dr X is 2.5 Eurex and I only want to spend 2.5 US you are making a bad decision. I don't mean you have to choose Dr Erdogan by any means just that if you decide against the right Dr. Because he is 10% more than your budget you are asking for a bad result. If you cannot afford to do this right do NOT do it until you can. If you can't accomodate a long trip vs a short one do not do it until you can. If you think US surgeons means higher quality vs Euri ones thing again, IMHO ALL of the top ht surgeons are US (and maybe Canada if you. Consider Dr Rahal). My hair is not close to you thinnes donor wise and I realized myself that fut was a bad path. A bad of ineffective ht can leave you with that and a scar you will be very hard pressed to hide and few options for styling or further HTs.
  10. Please please do not use one of those clinics ! they are not to be recommended at all. One of them does not have any decent reviews - infact quite the opposite. Please check for recommended surgeons on this forum. There is only 1 person doing decent work in the UK and that's Dr. Raghu Reddy. Give all others a total miss. Or you could travel to Turkey ? a few more surgeons recommended and they offer good value compared to the UK.
  11. Today, I'm not familiar with this surgeon, so I can't comment on his work. Also, the ISHRS does not pre-screen and approve physicians like our community. Any hair transplant surgeon can sign up and be listed. Frankly, I think it's a good organization. However, it isn't one that screens and/or evaluates physicians before listing them on the site. Have you taken a look at our recommended physicians? Dr. Reddy, Shapiro, and Farjo are all on the list.
  12. Hi, not at all, I just wasn't sure if 'evidence' meant you thought I was making an accusation against either Dr. which I surely was not, I've been in contact with both, they are both great. The breakdowns you got are pretty much in line what I did (and not coincidentally those were the last three standing for me, Dr. Diep made it to semi-finals) My breakdowns were (in order I got them): Dr. Rahal: 3900 (FUT) for hairline, temples, and zones I guess 3-4 leaving crown/vertex aloine Dr. Diep: 2500 for front only (would not do multi-days so I don't have a good idea of total, say 3500-3900 since most Drs. agree 1000-1500 for crown) Dr. Lorenzo: 3700-4200 which was based on 2700 for the hairline I wanted an then 1000-1500 for crown/vertex Dr Feriduni: 3000-4000 which was for hairline and behind, zones 3 an 4 and part of 5 Dr. Erdogan: 4700 for a 'perfect result', I believe 2700 was for front/mid-scalp 2000 was for 70s cm vertex. Not so sure i care about getting 30 cm sq in my vertex (especially since that would all be 3s and 4s for about 6000 hairs there alone) as i am fine if that looks a little thinning. I'd be just as happy limiting the vertex to 1000 grafts and putting those in the mid-lne so the breakdown would be 2700 hairline/temples, 1000 midline, 1000 vertex. I in fact want to do some nice temple points and bring those forward and by my research that is around 400 grafts and singles at that so maybe even 3000 hairline/temples, 1000 midline, 1000 crown/vertex. Dr. Erdogan does seem to go for home runs and remember he not only goes for a lot of grafts but a lot of 2, 3 and 4 hair ones. In that he is a lot like Dr. Reddy whose results first drew me to FUE; my original thought process after seeing how he cherry-picked high hair FUs was that i'd rather get 7500+ hairs with a 2500 FUE and no scar than 7500 hairs with a 4000 FUT and a scar since in the first case if things went wrong I'd still have good donor left AND no scar. However most of Dr. Reddy's results were 2000=2500 FUEs. As mentioned however, there are clearly two schools of thought; one is to use mainly 1s and 2s for a soft natural result the other is to use 3s and 4s (except for hairline) for a dense one. Dr. Erdogan seems to combine (depending on how you look at it) the best of both worlds. I am not sure of your age but personally I don't know if I'd do huge Dr. Erdogan00 session at 25 and deplete a good part of your donor AND you high hair FUs. It really depends again on age, Norwood pattern and anticipated loss. Given my (erhem) advanced age, I chose (after agonizing deliberation, probably as agonizing for every one else as myself ) Dr. Erdogan. I want a home run. I want one and done. I think 47000-5000 grafts will get me the temples, hairline density and enough coverage in crown to support those as I could possibly want. I do plan on being very active in the hairline design and in requesting if possible a little more 1-2 for the front (soft) and a little more irregular hairline. From all accounts he is quite amenable to discussing exactly what you want before hand with both pictures and drawing different versions until yo and he are both happy. This latter point was critical to me, I don't care if a Drs. posted results are good but he ignores the patient for a large part as I've read some other top surgeons here do.
  13. Man one thing that is clear when you see his posted results; he LOADS up on 3s and 2s.I mean as in 1/2to 2/3 of his grafts are threes. THat is some serious cherry picking. Like Dr. Reddy on steroids. I do like his work but often his hairline looks a little harsh, that could be the explanation. I wonder if one could ask for more 1s and 2s for hairline?
  14. 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
  15. I don't really know anything about Dr. Reddy vs generic fin, which is what I take. I know that I've seen done reps say that Propecia is better, which I'm skeptical about. I think that prior may take propecia more regularly because they don't have to mess with cutting it up. I've held strong on my genetic finasteride which has a label use of reducing dht and helping with the prostate, so I'm but switching. So, I can't give you a definite scientific answer and can only say that my genetic has served me well. I don't think you can go wrong with propecia.
  16. Spanker, what is your view on generic (namely Dr. Reddy) versus Propecia? I've read from some people that Dr. Reddys caused them to somehow lose a lot of the gains they felt they made while on Propecia. I've seen others post how their HT doctors were skeptical of the generic brands and thus only prescribed Propecia. I was prescribed Dr. Reddy but after seeing some of these posts.....I figured that I wanted to go with the real stuff for my trial run, at least. 2youngforthis.....my pics wouldn't help because I was using concealers and it made my hair "look" much better than it is. Upon my hair growing out for the last 2 weeks since I posted the pics in my original post, I no doubt have some crown thinning and thinning in the very front (so I probably am a NW6 pattern like some had said). However, I don't have any per se, bald spots, on my crown or front (besides my temples obviously) so I'm hoping I'm a good responder to Propecia and that it thickens those 2 areas up back to almost normal.....and then Dr. Konior can use all of my grafts for the temple areas.
  17. Things getting better month to month. Guess Im around half way now. Was recently on holiday, talking to a 46 year old that hadn't lost a single hair on his head...he said to me " Well your never going to lose your hair by the looks of it"... My friend from home and I looked at each other and smiled. I usually explain it all to anyone and everyone was just too drunk to bother, but we both thought it funny. Dr. Reddy's FUE is doing the trick so far
  18. Thanks FUE2014. Dr. Reddy's results look pretty amazing. Too bad he's in the UK.
  19. Hey eternal, My experience with Finasteride may help you a bit. I presume you were taking the generic Fin made by Dr.Reddy's or Cipla, as you live in India. In my case with the generics my brainfog and tiredness are intolerable. However with the branded proscar cut in to pieces the side affects are a lot lower. I get proscar imported to India through an online canadian pharmacy. May be you could experiment with the branded one and see how your sides would be.
  20. Hi, I agree on Dr. Reddy whose work and yield actually made me rethink FUE. I'm thinking though that either of the other two with instructions/requests to do so could get the same yields as clearly they are not guessing on FUs either. Lorenzo does have wow results but more than a few are not hairlines I like or that look natural to my eye. The 6k one plus is an example of "Wow!" and for me at the same time "No!". I'd much prefer to have seen that hairline back a bit and less dense perhaps with more work on the temples. I don't love the 1950's Fabian pompadour. Again he has outstanding yield and results just not my choice for hairlines. I saw all of Dr. Ferudini's FUTs and FUEs on his site and almost all of them are to my eye wows in terms of hairlines, I am talking Dr Rahal level wow. There is also an eight minute video which is wow almost beginning to end, especially when you see the hairlines he draws and how so many of them have temple lines added. Lastly one thing that really put me over the top with him was the amount of time all his patient say he takes in understanding what you want and who you are. Everyone has their own needs/preferences but to my eye Dr. Ferudini's results put him in the top 3 worldwide, FUE or FUT.
  21. I love Feriduni's work truth be told. I liked Dr. Reddy's approach and crunched some #s and he seems to average almost 2.7 hairs per FU which is huge and claims to still leave a good 2-2.2 on remaining donor area. That said I did notice the gaps in his hairlines. Lorenzo's work is stellar but do not love his hairlines (like them, don't love them). Dr. Ferudini seems to me to be the best especially because he believes in temple work and being more aggressive. I have the 'advantage' of being 52 but also a very young 52 on the way up not a 'retire ready' guy but living more of a 30s life. I was classified by a top strip Dr. as being either 3 Vertex or 4. Basically receding and diffuse thinning on top. Somehow the qualtiy of my hair gives a decent illusion of coverage. I just started Finasteride after being off it for ten years (and any topicals). So I am pretty sure given my age, the addition of fin, my loss is pretty much halted if not slowed appreciably. Additionally given the last ten years (very hard) and a bright future I have no issues being aggressive and also concentrating on hairline/front and let the crown either a) stabilize or b) improve or c) slow down.
  22. I spent a couple year totally against FUT and considering top FUT surgeons only but after getting close to making the decision started reconsidering my prejudices (poor yield, etc) However I saw some of Dr. Reddy's work and how he can get more hair per FU yield. This led me to start researching FUE in depth. I have diffuse thinning top and receded hairline, but maintain a decent illusion of hair (not full head but not as bad as it actually is) I just started Finasteride to address the crown as I want to leave it out of the first HT and just rebuild strong hairline and some temple work. If the Fin halts or reverses crown even I can do a second ht for crown in a year as Fin works on back and HT works in front. I really like Dr. Reddys cherry picking to get high hair to fu yield (I did the math and his AVERAGE is 2.7-1 vs more like 1.8-2 for others). Dr. Lorenzo's yields look amazing though I don't love his hairlines always (that pointy 50s pompadour look). Dr. Feriduni seems IMHO to have the best of both, and seems to not only do great hairlines, he seems to offer and like to and realize that temples are a HUGE part of any excellent HT result. I'll take a few hundred less on top to get a good temple rebuild anyday, most of the HTs I dont like are the ones without that balance. Any thoughts on these Drs? I am very much leaning towards Dr. Feriduni as he seems almost like the Dr. Rahal of FUE when it comes to hairlines.
  23. I would consider Dr. Lorenzo as well, his cost seems similar to Dr. Reddy. I'm looking for someone who can create an excellent hairline and supporting midline, will do some temple point work, is fairly aggressive, and can get a good hair to follicle yield. For instance in analyzing Dr. Reddy vs Dr. Feriduni FUE Dr. Reddy goes for/gets 2.7 hairs per FU vs 1.7 for Dr. Ferudini. This could be attributed to either skill or choice or a combination of both, but Dr. Reddy clearly has a philosophy of using less FUs and more hairs and, according to his rep here, still maintains 2.2+ hair to fu ratio on the remaining donor area. This is not insignificant; a 2500 FUE that results in 6750 instead of 4250 results in a 50% greater density in the transplanted region.
  24. I think that even in HT there is room for specialization. One Dr. might be great at repair, another at hairline, another at NW6-7, another at crown. I'm not saying they aren't all part of the same surgical specialty, but it makes sense some would be better than others at sub specialties/skills. Dr. Reddy seems to be to be excellent at getting good/dense hairlines with relatively small amounts of FUEs. Also he does have one posted that he did on 54 year old with pretty advanced balding that was impressive.
  25. I think that even in HT there is room for specialization. One Dr. might be great at repair, another at hairline, another at NW6-7, another at crown. I'm not saying they aren't all part of the same surgical specialty, but it makes sense some would be better than others at sub specialties/skills. Dr. Reddy seems to be to be excellent at getting good/dense hairlines with relatively small amounts of FUEs. Also he does have one posted that he did on 54 year old with pretty advanced balding that was impressive.
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