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  1. Hi everyone! Im currently doing my research in prep for my first HT to hopefully fix a frontal receding hairline! At the moment I’m looking at Dr. Raghu Reddy, has anyone had any experience with this surgeon OR could you recommend anyone else? Many thanks!
  2. Hi, just wanted to post my experience of my fue hair transplant I've just had on the 15th/16th Dec, I had my surgery with dr. Raghu reddy at the private clinic in Harley street. I've been receding for about 20 years, so decided to do something about it! After my initial consultation with dr. Reddy and David (patient co ordinator) it was decided I would need about 5500 hairs to be transplanted, which I was happy with, I've got slight thinning in the crown, but the dr agreed it wouldn't be worth surgery at this time, so we decided to concentrate on the frontal area. The day of surgery I was quite anxious, not knowing what to expect etc, but all of the team were friendly and put me at ease very quickly, the team worked together very well, they've been together for a number of years, so know exactly how each other work which I think is a very definite bonus. The surgery itself was painless ( think the worst part was having to have my head shaved!) only slight Little scratches when applying anaesthetic, definately less pain than I was expecting! In the morning they will do the extraction, then a break for lunch, they give you a menu in morning to choose what you would like to have, then back again in afternoon for implantation. As with all clinics, I think you find senior technicians help the surgeon with extraction/implantation as well, shiva (extraction) umar (implantation) they were both brilliant as well, the time went very quickly, could watch tv, talk to the dr and technicians as well. I'm extremely happy with the hairline design as well, which was something I was worried about, Dr. Reddy, shiva and umar spent a good amount of time making sure it looked right, which I was really pleased about as its now permanent! I did alot of research before I chose my doctor and clinic, as I think everyone should as its such a big step, and I'm really pleased I chose Dr.reddy and team, the donor site the morning after I was quite shocked at, I was expecting a bloody mess of holes everywhere, which I'm seen plenty of times online in my research, But in all honestly I could barely see the extraction pointswhich is a testament to the skill of the team, and also I haven't had any pain at all:..it hasn't been just the surgery I've been happy with but also the way I was looked after by everyone at the clinic, the whole thing was great from start to finish, if anyone is thinking of having a procedure, obviously do your homework and take your time when choosing your surgeon, I'll get some pics up as soon as possible if anyone is interested, I'll keep updating as well, to let you know my progress, if anyone has any questions about the procedure or clinic just let me know. Thanks
  3. Hi, I just wanted to share my FUE hair transplant experience which was performed by Dr Raghu Reddy at The Private Clinic, Harley Street in December 2018. This was my second hair transplant procedure, the first being FUT which was performed by a different Dr. Unfortunately, the first procedure did not produce the natural results I was hoping for. I had gaps on my head where the Dr failed to implant grafts and the hair line was very unnatural looking. I was unhappy and would cover my hair at all times! I called The Private Clinic and was booked in for a free consultation with Dr Reddy. Yes, with the Dr that would be performing the procedure himself. With my previous hair transplant, I met the Dr on the day of the procedure so the consultation was done by someone who worked at the clinic – I actually don’t know exactly what his role was hmmmmm! At the consultation Dr Reddy advised he could carry out a FUE hair transplant, give me more density where it was required and a natural looking hairline. We discussed everything and Dr Reddy was happy to answer any questions I had. He took his time in explaining everything to me and it was not a rushed consultation at all, I was provided with all the information I needed. I then met with the patient co-ordinator (Emma). I stayed in contact with Emma, raising any further questions I had before I booked the procedure. I was happy with everything discussed and went ahead and booked the procedure. I arrived at 8am on the day of the procedure. I was greeted by a member of the team, Beverly who took me upstairs and helped me get ready for the procedure. She was very kind, put me at ease and made me feel extremely comfortable. Dr Reddy then came to see me before the procedure and again we discussed density and hairline. In the morning part of my head was shaved and then the extraction was carried out. There were senior technicians to help with extraction and implantation. Dr Reddy’s team were brilliant, very friendly, helpful and made me feel very comfortable. They told me if I needed a break then to let them know and they would stop. They also told me that if the temperature needed to be adjusted in the room to let them know. This was really first class service! There was a lunch break, I was given a menu to choose from and the food was great - that’s always a bonus! The procedure itself was painless, I only felt tiny little scratches when the anaesthetic was being applied. Dr Reddy applied the anaesthetic in little bursts whereas in my first hair transplant procedure it was applied all at once. After my first procedure the front part of my head was numb for over a year however after having the procedure with Dr Reddy the numbness went away after a few days! During the procedure I could choose to watch TV, listen to the radio, be on my phone, sleep, do nothing or just have a chat with the technicians and the Dr. I must say I did have some funny and interesting conversations with Dr Reddy, Bev and Omar - had a good laugh 😊. Dr Reddy asked me if I wanted to see him carrying out the implantation and I said yes, he gave me a mirror so I could see it all happening that was super cool and I was fascinated by it all. After the procedure Omar washed my hair for me, I have long hair so it was needed. Thanks Omar! I went home and was completely fine no pain at all. The next few days were normal, I was able to do daily tasks as I normally would with no pain at all. The aftercare was explained to me in detail before I left the clinic and I could call in anytime if I was unsure about anything. All medication needed post op was provided for. I did a lot of research before choosing Dr Reddy and I must say I did choose the best. I was extremely happy with the service Dr Reddy and his team provided, everything was first class beginning to end. I was very well looked after and the team were on hand if I needed anything. I was told I could come in at any stage to discuss progress of results – this was very welcomed. I would highly recommend Dr Reddy and his team. I am now nearly 4 months post op and I can already see great results! Many thanks to Dr Reddy and his team. Zara
  4. 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.
  5. Welcome! In the UK we recommend the following hair transplant surgeons. Dr. Bessam Farjo Dr. Raghu Reddy You can view our recommendation criteria here.
  6. Charlie, Welcome! Yes, hair transplant surgery can be used to lower a naturally high hairline. However, whether or not this is a good idea in your specific case will depend on a number of factors like your age, where your hairline is now, where you want it placed and your potential for future hair loss. As you may know, we have a finite number of donor hairs to draw from. If your family history indicates that you may experience hair loss in the future, then creating a juvenile hairline now would not be a good idea. You could run out of donor hair for future procedures and be left with an unnatural appearance. To provide useful feedback we would need to see a photo of your current hairline and details about any existing hair loss and family history of balding. Your best bet is to consult with one or more recommended physicians. In England we recommend the following hair transplant surgeons: Dr. Bessam Farjo Dr. Raghu Reddy
  7. Dear Forum Members, As many of you know, we gather as much information as possible about a physician, their staff, technique and track record before they are even considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. Part of our review process involves getting input from patients and the members of this forum community. To learn more about this review process, click here. We would appreciate your input regarding the potential recommendation of Dr. Raghu Reddy of London, England. At this time, Dr. Reddy is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here Dr. Raghu Reddy has over 6 years of experience and performs primarily FUE hair transplant surgery at his own clinic in London England. He has the staff and experience to perform up to 2500 grafts per day and dense pack up to 50 follicular units per square centimeter (FU/cm2) when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Reddy's interest in hair restoration dates back to his medical school days where he personally struggled with significant hair loss. Thus, after obtaining his qualifications and surgical training in West of Scotland, Deanery, Dr. Reddy pursued further training in hair restoration surgery. As both a patient and a surgeon, Dr. Reddy is very empathetic towards his patients and passionate about his work. Dr. Reddy specializes in shaven and non-shaven follicular unit extraction (FUE), body hair transplantation (BHT), scar repair, general repair, eyebrow reconstruction and provides both ACell and PRP treatments. He operates on only 1 or 2 patients per day depending on the size of the session and provides free consultations at his clinic. Dr. Reddy operates with a small team including himself and 3 technicians averaging over 6 years of experience each. Dr. Raghu Reddy believes it takes years of experience to master the FUE technique and angles and is very conservative - putting the needs of his patients above technical dogma. Dr. Reddy feels that FUE can minimize overall discomfort for patients and can provide fantastic outcomes on par with the strip harvesting technique, when done right. However, Dr. Reddy admits that FUE can have serious consequences, resulting in poor growth, excessive scarring and a depletion of valuable donor hair in an inexperienced pair of hands. Dr. Reddy performs manual FUE with the standard Versi handle and punches ranging between .8mm and 1.0mm depending on the size of the follicular unit. Dr. Reddy also applies ACELL to the donor area in order to aid healing and minimize the appearance of scarring. In Dr. Raghu Reddy's experience, manual follicular unit extraction allows an experienced surgeon to follow the natural emergent angles and aids both depth control and extraction of the follicles while minimizing transection and undue trauma. Dr. Reddy feels that it becomes more difficult to extract quality grafts and that this ability is lost with motorized FUE. Dr. Reddy acknowledges that manual extraction can be extra tedious and time consuming and thus, a significant amount of concentration is required to produce quality grafts with manual devices. To learn more about Dr. Reddy's extraction technique, visit "Improvements in Extraction of Follicles" on his website. Dr. Raghu Reddy is a member of the ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery), the BSHRS (British Society of Hair Restoration Surgery) and the BMA (British Medical Association). Given Dr. Reddy's experience and commitment to high quality follicular unit hair transplantation via FUE, I believe that he should be considered for recommendation. See our standards for recommendation. View some of his patient and surgical photos below: 4703 Grafts over a 2 Day FUE Session with Dr. Reddy 1207 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Reddy 3570 Grafts via FUE in 2 Days with Dr. Reddy 1277 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Reddy 1023 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Reddy 2718 Grafts - FUE Hair Transplant Repair with Dr. Reddy 790 Grafts via FUE on Female Patient with Dr. Reddy 1083 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Reddy 2307 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Reddy 1203 Grafts - FUE Hair Transplant Repair with Dr. Reddy 1207 Grafts on Afro Caribbean Norwood 4 with Dr. Reddy 2698 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Reddy 1407 Grafts via FUE to the Crown with Dr. Reddy 2370 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Reddy 1109 Grafts (3106 Hairs) via FUE - Female Injury Patient with Dr. Reddy I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation.
  8. 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
  9. Dr. Christian Bisanga BHR Clinic, Brussels, Belgium 17/ 18 December 2013 39 year old male. Aim: achieve equal density and maintain mature hairline. Technique: FUE Graft count: 2995 1 hair: 606 2 hair: 1378 3 hair: 767 4 hair: 244 Donor Density: Measured on 05 February 2011 in 3 areas as 80/90/90 Follicular units per cm2 Shortlist: 1) Dr Bisanga 2) Dr Feriduni 3) Dr Mwamba Other clinics visited or representatives met: • Dr Feller • Harley Street Hair Clinic • HDC • Dr Raghu Reddy • Dr Richard Rogers • The Ailesbury Hair Clinic I will provide an update at 2 weeks, 3/ 4 months, 9 months and 12 months. Thank you to the forum for providing a good source of information and to all members who have posted their stories. I will reserve judgement until 12 months but I would like to thank BHR UK patient representative [steve] for excellent pre and post operative care.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Welcome Joy! These are excellent questions. When it comes to hair transplant surgery in general, men are more often better candidates than women due to their typical balding patterns. Male hair loss patterns are described by the Norwood Scale while typical female patterns are described on the Ludwig Scale. When hair loss is diffuse and affects the "permanent zone" at the rear and sides of the head, surgical hair restoration is typically not a good option. However, some women may lose hair mostly in the front as you have described and may be good candidates for surgery. The best way to find out is to consult with a skilled and experienced hair transplant surgeon. When it comes to African hair in particular, there are other considerations. Follicular unit extraction (FUE) can be tricky with African hair due to the curl of the follicle. When follicles curl below the skin, it is difficult to effectively harvest them with a punch without transecting and killing the graft. Recently, Dr. Mike Vories started an interesting discussion regarding these difficulties that includes some nice images of extracted grafts. You can read this discussion here, FUE with African American Hair. In London we currently recommend two hair restoration clinics. I've provided their contact information here for your convenience. If you'd like to consider options outside of the UK as well, simply access our interactive map. Dr. Bessam Farjo Dr. Raghu Reddy
  13. I agree with Future and BUSA. I assume you are considering FUE, and if you decide to go to Turkey Dr. Koray Erdogan (ASMED MANUAL FUE) and Dr. Hakan Doganay (AHD CLİNİC) are both one of the best and recommended FUE doctors here. Dr. Kyriakos Maras’ HDC Clinic, but located in Cyprus (Greek part), is also a good option for you. He is also one of the best FUE surgeons. You can easily contact with Alex, who is a representative of him in the forum. I think there are not many choices in USA for FUE, mostly they do FUT or FUE for NW 1-2 hair loss. To the best of my understanding they provide both FUE and FUT operations for their patients, but I am still not sure about their selection criteria. Anyway, I have seen Dr. Rahal (LMC HT INSTITUTE) from Canada also providing FUE now. You can find many good FUE surgeons in Europa. Mostly located in Belgium, Dr. Bijan Feriduni (my favorite) also, Patrick Mwamba and Christian Bisanga provides high quality FUE. These are all recommended doctors. In UK, Dr. Raghu Reddy is the best in my opinion. You should also consider Dr. Bessam Farjo (Farjo Clinic)[/B], but not sure if they provide FUE as well. Top quality FUE star is Dr. Jose Lorenzo from Spain but I have just noticed he has not been a recommended doctor anymore; I do not know or understand the reasons for that. Anyway, you should also consider him. His students may offer lower pricing with the same quality of work, so ask them too. If you choose them or Lorenzo, you will have the privilege of implantation done by doctors using pen pushing. For all the others mentioned, implantations are done by technicians as well; extraction of FUE grafts sometimes is done by technicians sometimes by doctors. Good luck and all the best to you. I also recommend to do some research here: Hair Transplant Network - Find Hair Transplant Clinics and Doctors, do not forget all coalition and recommended docs. here have passed many quality tests.
  14. I believe I'm a norwood 3 male pattern baldness, hair receding at the front but don't THINK there's any loss on the crown. Dyeing it black for Halloween was a bad move though! Worst colour contrasted with my pale skin! I was seriously considering Dr. Raghu Reddy after a consultation with one of his clinic's reps but after watching some results on youtube I'm now not sure, although the HT's were performed on men with hair loss more severe than my own. Still, mine is VERY thin at the front now, and has definitely been getting worse every couple of months for the past year, so I've decided I'm going for it. I'm 27, and have been advised by two reps to take propecia first and continue indefinitely, due to my age resulting in a high likelihood of continued hair loss. I had my doubts about propecia but I'm starting to think the side effects are a risk I can take without too much worry (if anyone thinks otherwise please tell me and explain why). But where should I go for the best treatment? I don't want to have to repeat the procedure, I can't afford it, and a botched job would be worse than shaving my head cos I'd still have to pay all that money. Here are some pics, I was feeling brave so took them under a bright light. Thoughts?
  15. bedrib, Welcome! You can use our interactive map to find all of the hair transplant surgeons we recommend in a given area. To learn about our criteria for recommending surgeons, click here. In London we recommend Dr. Bessam Farjo and Dr. Raghu Reddy.
  16. I’m looking for a UK surgeon to perform some front hairline work – possibly 1500 to 1750 grafts based on a previous examination. I’d prefer FUT as I don’t want to shave my head to zero and am looking for better rate of follicular transection density - obviously I want to consider the best UK surgeons to do this. I’ve seen Unshaven FUE but I’m a bit sceptical of the results. I’ve researched UK surgeons and found two lists one this forum and one on the IAHRS website, both listed below. How easy is it to get on these lists? I can find plenty of reviews for everyone except Edward Ball and Asim Shahmalak, can anyone shed any light on these two surgeons and their results. I’m aware of Mr Shahmalak’s celebrity clients but I tend not to take those too seriously and am looking for some objective reviews. International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons UK List Bessam Farjo - Manchester Raghu Reddy – London Asim Shahmalak – Manchester Edward Ball - London hairtransplantnetwork.com List of Recommended Surgeons Dr. Jos? Lorenzo - Manchester Bessam Farjo - Manchester Raghu Reddy – Private Clinic London
  17. Hi, I've recently joined the forum after booking a HT consultation and seeing as there are seems to be so many knowledgable people on here I thought I'd ask for some opinions before my visit to the clinic in a few weeks time. I've been suffering from hair loss in the crown and the front sides (sorry, I'm not sure of the name of the area but you'll see what I mean from the pics) for around 4-5 years now. At first it wasn't very noticeable but then the hole in my crown started getting bigger. At first I covered with Toppik but then went to see my GP who referred me to a Dermatologist who prescribed me Minoxidil. From the shedding horror stories I'd read I was reluctant to use it and didn't actually start using it for 6 months. I ended up staying on it for a year and suffered quite a big shed (thank god for Toppik) but then the shedded hair grew back but I saw no regrowth of hair that wasn't there before use. I also didn't seem to loose anymore so it seems it was working in stopping me loose further hair. I kept the Regaine up for 12 months but as I have to use Toppik it got too much of a pain to use having to wash my hair constantly. Then things took a turn for the worse a few weeks after stopping the Regaine. Hair was shedding rapidly so I decided to join the Boots Hair Retention Program where they supply Propecia on private prescription (unfortunately at ?30 a month!). I've been on this for approx 15 months and I have seen a very slight improvement in the general thickness of my hair the large hole in the crown and front sides remain. At this stage it's unlikely I'll see any regrowth in those areas. So after reading an article in Mens Health Magazine and The Daily Mail I arranged a consultation with The Private Clinic based in London. Their two surgeons are Dr. Raghu Reddy and Dr. Kouremada Zioga (I believe Dr Reddy is recommended by this site) and they only perform FUE HT's (Dr Zioga can even do unshaven FUE but at a higher price). If you're still reading I'll finally come on to my questions: I've no idea how much it's going to cost. They claim to charge on average of ?2.50 per hair but I have no idea how many hairs would be required. Can any experts on this forum care to estimate from the pics I've attached. I'd be looking to fill the holes in with enough density to not be using Toppik everyday before stepping out side. As you can see my hair at the sides and back is pretty thick so I assume I will have plenty of donor hair? Is it necessary to continue with Propecia after a HT? My thinking being that saving the costs of that and Toppik would help offset the cost of a HT. Thanks for reading
  18. Hi guys, I'm a new member to the forum but I've been reading through some of the reviews and recommendations on here over the last couple of weeks and sounds like there is a lot of support and a lot of people with good info on here. I'm 27 years old and suffered with gradual hair loss since I was about 20. Until recently it hasn't really bothered me, but having just finished a long-term relationship I've become more concious of my hair loss and have looked into doing something about it. I've recently had 2 consultations for possible FUE; One with the The Private Clinic (Dr. Raghu Reddy) and one with Elite Hair Restoration (Dr. Hassan Nurein). I haven't found much information on Dr. Nurein so not sure if he is worth considering but Dr. Reddy seems to have a good reputation. Can any recommend any other good surgeons/companies in the UK for possible FUE treatment please? I'm serious about getting this done soon but am very concious that research is important and I don't want to rush into things. Thanks for any help and recommendations. Mike.
  19. Dr. Raghu Reddy Hair Transplant Surgeon in London, United Kingdom
  20. Welcome Nelee! Dr. Raghu Reddy performs FUE exclusively and is recommended by our community. I am unfamiliar with Dr Shamhalak. I agree with Rootz. Talk to a physician about finasteride and consider adding Rogaine to your regimen. Best of luck!
  21. Dr. Christian Bisanga BHR Clinic, Brussels, Belgium 17/ 18 December 2013 Technique: FUE Graft count: 2995 1 hair: 606 2 hair: 1378 3 hair: 767 4 hair: 244 Donor Density: measured on 05 February 2011 in 3 areas as 80/90/90 Follicular units per cm2 Shortlist: 1) Dr Bisanga 2) Dr Feriduni 3) Dr Mwamba Other clinics visited or representatives met: Dr Feller Harley Street Hair Clinic HDC Dr Raghu Reddy Dr Richard Rogers HDC The Ailesbury Hair Clinic
  22. Daniel, I'm sorry you are feeling frustrated about conversations you've had trying to schedule another procedure. There are many excellent hair transplant surgeons that regularly perform advanced FUE on this community. I suggest considering Dr. Jose Lorenzo or Dr. Raghu Reddy since you are local to the UK. To see a full list of excellent doctors we recommend, click here. Best wishes, Bill
  23. Doug, I appreciate you taking the time to respond to my comments. This community is made up thousands of hair loss sufferers and dozens of active members. Thus, there will always be dissenting opinions of which we as publishers of this community may or may not agree with. Your opinion as a NeoGraft representative is certainly welcome and encouraged however, we do expect members to contribute constructively without agressively attacking other members. Members are free to express their genuine opinions on this forum. While members may not always explicitly use the word "in my opinion", in many cases, it's implied. Also, what agenda could anyone here have against NeoGraft, which is just one of many extraction devices which has it's own set of unique advantages and disadvantages? Most members here are patients and nobody benefits by making comments for or against an extraction device. You are not dealing with competitors on this forum, only members expressing their opinions about a particular device based on what they've seen and/or heard. While some opinions may be more educated than others, members are still entitled to their opinion. Frankly, the fact that most patient communities appear to have concerns about the NeoGraft hair transplant machine means that NeoGraft hasn't done a great job demonstrating the efficacy of their device. Since you claim certain statements are "agenda driven", I expect you to back that up with evidence. I don't recall Dr. Feller and/or Dr. Harris marketing their extraction tools as superior devices that neophyte physicians and inexperienced technicians can use more effectively than trained surgeons. By who's standards is the device "superior"? And if the NeoGraft is so much better than other extraction tools, why haven't more leading physicians adopted the device? I never said there is no difference between the devices. Where did I say that? What I said is that no device is perfect and each device comes with their own unique advantages and disadvantages. You tout the NeoGraft as superior to all other devices. In my opinion, the NeoGraft is just one of many devices with some unique advantages and disadvantages that physicians may choose to adopt and use within an FUE procedure. But many leading physicians are doing excellent FUE work with manual tools and other motorized devices. You seem to dismiss this. To me, this is "agenda driven". In my last post, I said "As a device, the NeoGraft hair transplant machine comes with a list of potential advantages and disadvantages like other tools/devices. Moreover, the success of the device depends largely on the experience and skill of the surgeon. This is true for every tool used for similar purposes. There are those who've mastered manual tools, the SAFE Scribe, the ARTAS, the motorized Feller Punch (etc.) and there are those who've mastered the NeoGraft. Like physicians, patients have their preference and opinions about varying extraction and implantation devices. But put any of these tools in inexperienced or novice hands and you're creating a recipe for potential disaster. " Then you said What exactly do you disagree with? Are you saying you truly think that anyone, even inexperienced surgeons/technicians can use the NeoGraft and perform quality FUE with minimal training? Are you saying that the NeoGraft is perfect and has no disadvantages? Are you saying that the skill and experience of the surgeon doesn't matter and that they MUST use the NeoGraft to obtain superior results? What exactly did I say above that you disagree with that makes me "have no idea" what I"m talking about? The above is really irrelevant in your argument with me because I never said the NeoGraft was an inferior device, only that it had it's limitations just like every other device. Yes, the SAFE Scribe and Feller punch have limitations too. But since you mentioned it - do you have a link showing the actual workshop and results of the "head to head" performance we can view for ourselves? Also, what were the variables? Was everyone working on the same patient? What does "outperform" mean? Are you referring to speed? This community is open to objective data. Thus, if you have it, I encourage you to share it with this forum. Sharing the results of the above study doesn't discredit other devices. So again, if you have a link to the ISHRS or elsewhere that shows the results of this study, please present it. I've spoken with a number of reputable surgeons who've tried the NeoGraft, some of who liked it and some of who did not. Several reputable physicians expressed several potential disadvantages. I suggest reading Dr. Bob Bernstein's review of the NeoGraft by visiting "NeoGraft Hair Transplant Machine for FUE". The article even cites some suggestions for improvement to the device, which should be seen as constructive criticism and not a detriment to the device or NeoGraft the company. In my last post, I said: "One thing these devices all have in common is that they are tools physicians/technicians use in follicular unit extraction (FUE) procedures. Whether or not one is truly and objectively better has yet to be determined since physicians all have their preference and have mastered various tools." Then you said: So do I take it by that statement that you agree with me? And if you haven't seen something similar to the above on this website then you haven't been reading it very thoroughly. The only real concerns I've ever had with NeoGraft include NeoGraft's failure to acknowledge its limitations (and thus, there will never be any room for improvement) and their aggressive marketing campaign that attempted to sell NeoGraft as a "procedure" and claim that new and inexperienced physicians using the NeoGraft could replace skilled and experienced surgeons and their staff. Assuming this workshop and performance results exist, one side by side comparison isn't sufficient to tout NeoGraft as a superior tool over ALL other FUE devices. Under certain conditions, I'm sure it does have certain advantages. By the way, were these extracted follicular units using both devices implanted into the patient(s)' scalp? If so, was there a follow up study on growth? Successfully selling your device to many physicians doesn't mean it's what's best for the patient. Frankly, it's the mass quantity NeoGrafts being sold to new and inexperienced surgeons/technicians that was cause for great concern. More on that later. Regardless, many leading FUE practitioners are producing outstanding results with tools other than the NeoGraft. I don't agree that the NeoGraft device is "best" for the patient. In my opinion, it's just one of many devices physicians may choose to adopt and master to help patients get the results they deserve. In my personal opinion however, the results I've seen from physicians using NeoGraft have been largely underwhelming. Dr. Mike Vories is one of the first I've seen using the NeoGraft that I've been impressed with, who was just recently approved for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. But some of the most impressive FUE practitioners in the field are still using manual tools like Dr. Jose Lorenzo, Dr. Christian Bisanga, Dr. Bijan Feriduni, Dr. Raghu Reddy, Dr. Kyriakos Maras, etc. That said, others using simpler motorized tools are also producing outstanding results. This includes Dr. Hakan Doganay, Dr. James Harris, Dr. Alan Feller and a whole list of others. I don't begrudge NeoGraft for innovating a device to help make FUE easier and more effective, in fact, I praise them for it. However, their aggressive marketing and initial misleading claims caused many physicians and educated patients concerns because we all know that the skill and experience of the physician and their staff are paramount to which tool they use. I have never "bashed" NeoGraft however, I have shared very legitimate concerns that many others share. I've already expressed my primary concerns above so there's no need to repeat them here. With due respect, you come across much more like an angry salesman who's trying to convince the world that their product is the best and only way to obtain optimal results. If you would actually acknowledge its limitations (in addition to its benefits) and recognize that it still takes a skilled and experience surgeon to effectively use the NeoGraft, we wouldn't be having this discussion. You may want to take note of Dr. Alan Bauman's comments regarding the NeoGraft who himself issues extreme caution. In the press release "Dr. Alan Bauman Issues Hair Transplant Alert: Beware when Choosing a NeoGraft FUE Surgeon", he says: "However, Bauman said he feels compelled to remind consumers that, as remarkable as NeoGraft is, it is still just a “tool” – and it is not a substitute for a qualified hair transplant surgeon and surgical team. Any type of hair transplant surgery still requires a properly trained surgeon and an experienced surgical team in order to deliver quality results, Bauman noted. 'How the harvested follicles (grafts) are handled by the surgical team and how they are artistically placed into the scalp by the surgeon still determines the naturalness, density and results from the procedure,' Bauman said. 'If the follicles are ‘mishandled’ by an inexperienced team of technicians or without appropriate magnification and instrumentation, graft survival may be impacted - thereby squandering precious donor hair follicles. Also, if the surgeon does not have an aesthetic sense and understand the subtle nuances of hairline design, the naturalness of the results can ultimately suffer. In the worst cases, these unnatural hairlines may require repair.' The number of NeoGraft hair transplant devices in North America has more than quadrupled since last year and now tops 40, according to the device’s distributor, NeoGraft Resource Group. This has already prompted warnings from consumer groups like the American Hair Loss Association (AHLA)." You can read Spencer Kobren's AHLA warning at "NeoGraft Hair Transplant Warning - Let the Buyer Beware" Moreover, Dr. Vories recently shared his thoughts about some of the claims NeoGraft has made: "Thanks for your input. I think it is admirable that you are learning as much as possible about the process before you proceed. However, I believe that far too much emphasis is placed on the term "NeoGraft." I do use a NeoGraft machine to assist me with extractions (I also have a CIT punch in case I need to perform manual extractions). Since I have joined this network of physicians, I have maintained that this machine is a surgical instrument and should be used only by physicians or physician extenders that are licensed in their state to perform the extraction phase of the procedure. This leads me to the question of where does the controversy exist? If it exists within the context of unlicensed technicians performing the procedure under "supervision" of physicians without training or experience in hair surgery, then I believe most people would agree that practice should be avoided. If the controversy exists within the context that the NeoGraft machine has some inherent flaw (such as risk of desiccation of grafts), then I would argue that when appropriately used, this risk is minimized and must be weighed against the risk of tethering of grafts when extracted by forceps.I hope this begins to answer your questions. Please never feel poorly about demanding transparency, it is the oxygen the whole field (not just hair surgery) requires. Mike Vories, MD" His thoughts on the NeoGraft can be found by visiting the discussion topic "Update on FUE Procedure". As you can see, many patients and physicians (including those who use the NeoGraft) have expressed concerns about NeoGraft's aggressive and misleading marketing of the device. All that aside, I do believe the NeoGraft device in the right hands can be a valuable tool - but not necessarily superior over all other devices. Doug, maybe as a NeoGraft sales rep, you aren't knowingly posting false or misleading information. However, if you are still claiming that the NeoGraft is flawless, superior over all other devices and can be used just as effectively by neophyte surgeons and inexperienced technicians, then I completely disagree with you. There is no such thing as a "Neograft procedure". What you've had is FUE with a surgeon (or technician) using the NeoGraft machine for extracting follicular units. The fact that you still tout NeoGraft as a procedure is just proof of the concerning claims your company makes. By the way, have you shared your FUE results on this community? If not, why not? I encourage you to stop playing the salesman (after all, nobody here is interested in buying the device) and start sharing your own personal experience and results. Try relating to hair loss sufferers instead of trying to convince them of unrealistic claims. Best Regards, Bill
  24. Muttley, Welcome to our community. Dr. Raghu Reddy was recently prescreened by this community and approved for recommendation based on state of the art FUE hair transplant procedure with excellent results. To see what members are saying about Dr. Reddy, visit the "Potential Recommendation for Dr. Raghu Reddy of London". In my opinion, Dr. Reddy is doing high quality manual FUE and he's worth considering for your next hair transplant. I suggest visiting Dr. Reddy's recommendation profile to learn more about him and view his patient results (photos and videos). His contact information can also be found on his recommendation profile. Best of luck in your search, Bill
  25. Firstly im new to the site and have viewed many posts and learnt plenty from here in recent months. Below are some questions and information about me. Im almost 23 and ive been losing hair since 17, its now between M2/M3 an my crown is still strong. I live in Birmingham England and yes i want a hair transplant. I've seen most people my age told to wait a while but ive planned this since i was 19. I was also a very confident person when i was 16 id talk to plenty of girls, make new friends with ease, go on stage but now im hiding in dark corners hoping no one will notice me and wearing a hat everyday and i fear going into work as people will see my hair. I also have a good set of donor hair and am aware i may need another transplant later in life probably 27 and therefore must keep a realistic view of the thickness of hair to ensure future loss can be covered. 1. Does anyone know of a good FUE surgeon/clinic in the UK (research leads me to -Dr. Raghu Reddy - Dr. Kouremada Zioga - Dr. Bessam Farjo)? 2.I do not wish to travel overseas as im 22 and would be alone but would you strongly advise this or not? 3. Should if/when i go for the HT i cut my hair short (grade 3 etc) ? 4. Side effects ? 5. average cost for 1750 grafts (from what i have researched i need between 1250-1750)? 6. should i do this (i want to do this, my family says do it, an ive got 4 months of free time ahead of me, but do those with experience agree with me)? 7. Time taken to get a consultation and then the surgery? Please feel free to add any other information you think would be helpfully to my situation thank you
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