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  1. Hey everyone, recently I have been thinking about going to turkey to get a hair transplant. I posted three years ago considering it, a customer of mine recently got it done in Turkey with longevita and it made me think about it again. I have contacted dr.cinik and dr.yaman and they both said I have good donor area for a HT. What do you guys think? They both said i could get about 3000+ grafts from my donor area, and that I can get about 80% coverage. I currently have a shaved head which I razor, and I do suit it and I am not on any medication for my hair loss. I have a few concerns. 1. If I get a hair transplant done, will I be able to shave it close to the skin like I do now? 2. What can I expect with a HT with my current hair loss? Will it look like I am “thinning”? 3. Can I combine a HT with microscalp pigmentation and keep it buzzed? What do you guys think? Thank you
  2. Me: Hi, I am a 36 year old male from the states & I have made the decision to travel to Turkey to get a FUE Hair Transplant Procedure. I am from Los Angeles however I’m currently living/working in Florida. I am about to board a flight from Orlando to London to Istanbul. History: I have been doing online research for a doctor for almost 2 years on Hair Restoration Network & other resources online. I have been looking into this procedure since probably over 10 years ago when I went to Bosley in Newport Beach to get a consult. Since my 20’s I started experiencing hair loss, not bad but I knew it was coming bc my older brother went bald so I was always preparing. I’ve used a lot of products from finasteride to minoxidil to random stuff and I am currently on nothing. I restarted finasteride but I stopped & I’m done for good. I never experienced any side effects but many people have & they advised against it. Also my logic was why would I need it since the hairs being transplanted were not affected by dht. I know doctors still try to push it when you do the surgery which is why I went back on it however I’m done with it for good. Im not going to mess with my hormones or testosterone levels. Decision: I chose Dr. Ali Emre Karadeniz. I looked at & contacted Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Yaman, Dr. Civas, Dr. Cinik and more. All these doctors are great. This is how I decided on a doctor or narrowed it down which I recommend to all (this website also recommends doctors which I used): go to the -> American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery ABHRS &/Or International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery ISHRS I figured if a doctor is certified by these governing boards that should be an excellent starting point. I also accounted for the costs of doing the surgery in the states, Europe & Asia and it was going to be the most affordable with great results & care in Istanbul. Turkey was the winner for me. Purpose: The reason I am giving my time for this thread is to help other guys like me. Guys like me who read a million reviews & went back & forth. Also I was hoping to get help from this community during my post op. Disclaimer I am not getting paid for this nor did I get a discount. I paid a $250 deposit to book my date Thursday December 6th & I will pay the full rest of the amount Wednesday. Dr. K has different packages to choose from. I did the standard package & I will explain why later. That was a tough decision. This whole process has been difficult. I believe forums like this & posts like this help both the patient & doctor track the progress & results. It’s a good way to keep everyone honest by showing real results not cherry picked ones. And last but not least to keep the provider accountable. I will let y’all know how things go. When I land, the consult, design, procedure & post op.
  3. Have you ever considered India? Dr. Sethi and Dr. Bansal have been doing great work, as well as Dr. Bhatti. I would also add Dr. Yaman to your list for Turkish surgeons. If you live in the US Dr. Vories is reasonably priced and will save you some travel time. I must say you look great for 49 man. Lasercap gave you good advice. You could probably do nothing and add some hair fibers to look 20 years younger.
  4. Hi guys, Long time listener, first time caller. I’m not long back from Istanbul where I had an FUE hair transplant procedure with Dr Resul Yaman. I thought it might be helpful to some to give a full overview of what to expect and also as objective a review as possible of the experience. If you want to cut to the chase then scroll down where there will be some key points and photos. I had 4,100 grafts in total over a single day. This comprised: Single - 627 Double - 2,491 Multiple - 982 So my calculation is that I received between 8,500 and 9,000 individual hairs to deal with diffuse balding, approximate Norwood 5A. I’m 32 years old and currently around Forward 5A. I had noticed thinning at 24 although looking at photos it was actually going a little before then. It’s been a painful and slow journey, working my way through the various preventative products, combovers, thickening fibres and more recently a skinhead too. I’d been on the fence about this for a while, knowing deep down it was the only way to have a proper head of hair, but just didn’t want to be one of *those* guys. I mean, surely I am not so precious about my looks that I’d actually get surgery!? What next, a nose job? Veneers? Penis reduction? (Sometimes I get it caught between my knees). Thankfully I discovered this forum so realised that hair transplants aren’t solely for preening, prima donnas and that normal people can get it done too. PHEW! In mid 2018 decided enough was enough and started my research. I did a lot, checked out clinics in the UK, Spain, Belgium and turkey. Read a lot of forums, watched videos. Did consultations online, in person and had some phonecalls too. Got lots of information thrown at me, much of it conflicting. Got quoted everything between £1,500 and €12,000. Some people thought 3,000 grafts would cover the full head of hair. Some people thought 2,500 would cover just the front and I could come back in a year for the back. Someone said the only way to cover my full head would be FUT. A brief synopsis of the countries is that Belgium is world class, but pricey. The UK costs as much as Belgium but there are still some shady doctors about so choose wisely. Spain is cheaper than those two and has some decent doctors but there isn’t a lot of information on it. Turkey came out top being very affordable, with lots of information available about it and has some amazing doctors, but also a lot of very questionable practices. I decided upon Dr Resul Yaman in the end based on a number of factors. The communication was good, there was enough honest feedback (including some that isn’t exactly gleaming) online as well as proof of complications being resolved, lots of videos and testimonials and the package seemed fair. The offer was €4,000 for 4,000 grafts plus PRP, aftercare, hotel and transfers. There was also a guarantee that if 10% or more of it failed that I could get a top up done at no extra cost. I might have got a better job with a €12,000 Belgian effort (I’ll never know) but I simply couldn’t justify the extra cost - If that was my only option, I’d just have to deal with being bald. So Yaman it was, I was confident that this would get me the result I wanted at a justifiable price. I arrived into the airport on Thursday night after a smooth flight and was picked up and taken to a nice 5 star hotel (Divan G Suites). One tip would be to check where the clinic is as Dr Yaman’s hospital and the hotel are both close to Ataturk, and I flow in to Sabiha Gökçen - an hour away. D'oh! However, not a major issue as there’s a lot to look at on the drive people carrier thing was pretty pimp. The room was nice, a good 3 course meal with drink would come in at under £20 (and I presume this would be similar most places in Istanbul) and the included breakfast was fairly standard. It wasn’t particularly busy although this was due to the time of year and the staff were friendly. There were a few other guys with bandages on their heads too, which made me feel less worried about what was to come. I live in London and so never carry cash, however I did feel like a complete cheapskate when I didn’t tip (they couldn’t take this by card) so it wouldn’t hurt to get some Lira for that purpose. Also, if you learn to say ‘hello’ and ‘thanks’ in Turkish then they really appreciate it, even when your pronunciation is as bad as mine (tu-say-coor-ler). There’s a spa and a pool which is free to use although I didn’t have time and the WiFi is about as good as you get in any hotel - enough to watch Netflix although it will need to buffer every now and then. The next morning after breakfast I was picked up at 11am and driven to the hospital. It’s a nice clean building with Yaman’s name outside. It looks like there’s a number of clinics in there offering different services but Dr. Yaman specialises exclusively in hair transplant which was important to me. There was a chap waiting for a wash, and one other guy in that day for surgery and the rest was his staff. What was also important to me was that Dr. Yaman wasn’t doing tonnes of procedures on the day and that whilst technicians/surgeons/nurses are involved, he takes personal involvement and oversees the procedure. I met with Fikret who had been my contact in the run up to the procedure. He’d been very patient via email and explained everything, answered all of my questions without forcing a hard sell and ultimately played a large part in me going with Dr Yaman. He was just as good in person, quite witty and conversational - I’m not really sure what I had expected to be honest, but it was nice that he was someone I could actually chat to. Throughout the day he checked in every hour or so, acted as a translator, got me water, oversaw transport, picked me up extra vitamins (not included with the post-care pack) and more. I’m sure that’s generally expected wherever you go, but he was really good and helped make what could be quite a stressful experience pretty chilled. To begin with I got my blood taken. This was pretty straightforward having done so before. The main purpose of this was for the PRP, although they possibly checked the iron levels etc…. The hospital seemed busy, but this was very quick there was no wait for me. In the consultation with Dr. Yaman. He used a special camera to look at follicles, and took a number of measurements. He quickly drew a rough guide to what my hairline would be like and answered some of my questions about the procedure. His measurement showed that I actually needed 4,100 grafts and that there would be no extra charge for the additional 100. He told me that I had very good density on the donor area; lots of double, triple and even quadruple grafts; that the individual hairs were quite thick and that my recipient area would be covered completely in one sitting. He joked that if he’d had donor area as thick as mine he’d have another surgery (or at least I think that’s what he said). This might have been complete fluff, but in any case it put me at ease which was exactly what I needed. I then got washed and shaved, put on a medical gown and a pair of Crocs (the absolute worst thing about the whole procedure) and headed into the room to begin. Fikret took a couple of photos and told me that these would be for my reference, and wouldn’t be used for their marketing which was reassuring. Dr. Yaman re-drew the hairline, this time using a number of different tools to get it symmetrical. I’m lucky that my hair hasn’t receded as such, just gotten extremely thin and so I still have a thin semblance of a hairline left, and he was able to follow this - although I’ve seen plenty of videos where he’s constructed them from scratch so I can’t see that being a problem if your hair loss differs to mine. We were then ready to properly get started which began by Yaman administering some local anaesthetic. This was the only part of it that actually hurt. It’s incredibly quick and as soon as the needle is out the pain stops, but to suggest it is pain free would be misleading. That shouldn’t put anyone off though, if you’ve ever got a tattoo, got stitches, got waxed (or had a needle shoved into your scalp) then the pain level is comparable to that. No biggie. Certainly not comparable to the years of torment I suffered looking in the mirror, seeing John Travolta in Grease gradually turn into John Travolta in From Paris With Love. Anyway… He then opened the channels up, doing so at different angles to ensure the hair would sit naturally once implanted. This was pretty quick and I couldn’t feel a thing, although I could hear it which was a little unsettling at first. It was kind of a crunching sound, a little odd. Then he put the PRP in. I’m not sure whether this was an injection into the scalp, or if he just squirted the liquid onto the open wounds because I couldn’t feel it and didn’t think to ask so if anyone wants to advise then feel free. My guess is that the opening of channels took 45 minutes, maybe a little longer. We were then onto the extraction part. Dr. Yaman handed over to a technician, who had a special pair of microscopic goggles which made me feel confident that he’d be specifically targeting the hair follicles, as opposed to just plunging the extraction tool into my skull. This was the part I was most concerned about because if they mess that up and over harvest or leave big messy scars then you’re in a real trouble - however I know there are risks with any procedure and the answers I was given to questions was enough to put me at ease and suggest this wouldn’t happen here. (Spoiler - donor area healing nicely) There was a second round of injections which hurt again, and then we began. Again, the procedure was painless - although I did get the anaesthetic topped up a few times when I was worried it was wearing. You are lying facedown for a large part of it which isn’t comfortable, and it’s probably worth learning breathing techniques or meditation if you get a bit anxious about this kind of thing, but that aside it wasn’t too bad. Some people do it manually which is very precise, but very slow. At Yaman’s they used a little motorised device which speeds the process up without creating any additional damage. The machine sounded a little bit like a very quiet hairdryer as opposed to the dentists drill, and the actual process sounded a bit like taking a pair of clippers to your head. Once he got halfway through it we were joined by a nurse and she plucked the hairs from my scalp and placed them in Petri dishes. This was a pretty long process and aside the indignity of wearing crocs, was the worst part of the day but mostly because of the way I was lying. I was told that if you work out a lot then you’re more likely to bleed. This won’t affect the end result but does slow it down a bit as they need to clean up. I go to the gym most days and bled quite a lot, so stopping a week before might be as good idea. Dr Yaman checked in on this a few times to have a look, always giving positive feedback. At the end he said it all looked very neat and would heal not problem - again, might have been BS but it calmed me. I’d guess this part took around 2.5 hours. We were then past the half way mark and it was time for lunch. I’m not really sure what it was to be honest but I wolfed it down because by this point I was starving. It was a salad, rice, some sauce and something that tasted a bit like a kofta but didn’t look like it. Fikret checked to see if I needed any more and then brought me a cup of tea. (I wanted coffee but apparently that would make it hurt more so settled on tea). I had half an hour or so to just chill, had a bit of a chance to chat with the other chap who’d been in - he’d come from Dubai. I know you can get them cheap in India and Iran which must be equidistant, so again, reassuring to see he’d chose to come to Istanbul. The final part was placing grafts. Fikret said I could put my headphones in for the last bit and just chill out but I had stupidly left them at the hotel. I would definitely recommend bringing some in-ears and topping up on podcasts and stuff to get through the last stretch. A third and final round of anaesthetic and then we began starting with single grafts at front and worked backwards. Anesthetic wore off towards end and I could feel it pinching so I got it topped up. This was long, but I got regular updates on how long was left from Fikret and the opportunity to stop for a drink etc. Half an hour before it ended I got an IV which had some antibiotics in it and a few other things. By this point I was starting to feel pretty drained so the IV perked me up. At the end Dr Yaman came in and had a final inspection before I was bandaged. There was a bit of a language barrier so I’m not sure if I picked it up correctly, but I think what he said was that my grafts were a good size and that as a result it would heal quickly. I was wrapped up, given my aftercare pack and we arranged times for my wash and airport transfers the next day and I was done. I think this was the longest part at around 4 hours. I was sat in a semi-comfortable position and was able to watch some TV so whilst it was quite long, it wasn’t too bad but I was very relieved to have it finished. Back to the hotel, I couldn’t stop looking at the top of my head. It looked incredibly neat and clean, and really dense towards the front. I couldn’t quite believe I’d actually gone through with it having worried about my hair loss for almost a decade. I had a nice dinner in my room and watched Bird Box on Netflix (spoiler - it’s not that good) and then tried to sleep. My head wasn’t sore and the special pillow made sure I didn’t put pressure on the recipient area - but lets be frank, you’re not going to have the best sleep of your life and it’ll be a bit awkward for a few days. The next day I went back for the wash which was pretty straight forward and was given special instructions for the next 10 days. Fikret arranged for someone to pick up special multivitamins for me (Capiloz, not available in the UK), I said my thanks and got sent on my way with my snazzy new headband too. Chilled at the hotel for a few hours and then got picked up to go to the airport to go home. I was quite worried about this part. I hadn’t told many people what I was doing and so the prospect of being in public in this state wasn’t one I had looked forward to but I needn’t have worried. The airport was full of other people all ages and races going to all different corners of the world with headbands, bandages, swelling, scabs and the various associated after effects. No one looked at me funny, nor did I have to remove the headband at the passport/security check which was a big relief. There were a few other people on my flight who’d had a procedure done and so I got chatting to two of them. They had paid £1,500 each for as many grafts as they needed and decided on a whim to go and get it done. There were 6 people in that same clinic getting done on that day and it sounded like it was done entirely by the nurses and technicians. They seemed to think I’d gotten mugged off paying as much as I did and if I’m honest, theirs looked pretty neat and clean too, although they still had the bandages on so I couldn’t see the donor area. In any case, I was still happy that I’d done my research and chosen Dr. Yaman. A big worry for me was getting a hatchet job, and thankfully it looks like these guys avoided that but better safe than sorry for me. Once I got back to Stansted I was through security quick, jumped on a coach back to London and then a taxi and then I was home. I’d done it. A quick trip to Turkey in secret, returning with a full head of hair. The perfect crime. No one will suspect a thing. …Unless they look at my head and wonder where the hair has come from of course, but I’ll not have to deal with that for a few months. My key tips: -Do your research. A huge part of this for me was nerves, made much easier by knowing I’d chosen someone who I really thought would do a good job -Take some Lira and learn some basic Turkish -Book baggage allowance. You’ll need this for the aftercare pack which won’t get on as hand luggage -Take your headphones with you to the hospital and stock up on podcasts -Book your airport depending on the location of your surgery. This is basic stuff, I failed at it -If you’ve got a baldy mate to take with you then do so, because the flights and hanging around the hotel on your own is a bit boring -You’ll be wearing shirts for a week so make sure to bring plenty -Don’t expect to see Istanbul. I’m pretty drained so there was no way I could have made a holiday out of it. However, I do definitely want to go back because it looks beautiful. -Watch your head! I didn’t realise how clumsy I was until I had to be careful about banging it. I had it done 8 days ago now and so far so good. There was some swelling which worked its way down my face, I had puffy eyes for a bit and they’re still a little yellow/purple but nothing hideous. The donor area has healed up nicely and once it’s evened out with a set of clippers in a few weeks should be undetectable. The top didn’t scab particularly, although there was a lot of crusting which has mostly worked it’s way out - taking some of the hair with it although thankfully not the bulb. I can see a light pink hue to the recipient area which may become more apparent as it sheds and I can tell the difference between the new hair and the hair that was there beforehand but otherwise I just look like I’ve had a buzzcut. The donor area is still a little pink and under certain lights looks a little patchy (but not to the extent that I'm bothered) but I'm hopeful that as it continues to heal and regrow it'll be unnoticeable The photos are below, the ones of the healing HT are under a very bright light and so will make the hair on the recipient and donor area look thinner - under normal light it looks much less noticeable. I won’t make any grand promises about weekly check-ins; seen way too many dead threads with endless ‘any update?’ posts; but I’ll try to pop back periodically as it heals to update you all and answer any questions. Thanks for reading.
  5. Hi guys, We're just under 9 months in, not sure how many weeks because I'm too lazy to do the maths. This will probably be my last post here, because at this point there's not a lot too look at besides a fairly normal and quite full head of hair. I did the PRP, I take finasteride and I used regaine for the first 6 months. I also have quite thick hair, which probably helped with the texture too. So whilst I don't want to take anything away from the absolute legend that is Dr. Yaman, I do suspect that the conditions for my hair transplant mean my results would be better than someone with fine hair or who didn't do any of the above. I'd hate it if that sounds like a brag, but I just want people to have realistic expectations around hair transplants in general. So disclaimer aside, where am I at? Well, I'm over the moon with the results and I think Yaman played an absolute blinder. I've had people comment on how lucky I am to have such a thick head of hair and they've near fainted when I told them it was a transplant (which I'm fairly open about now). I'm not lying when I say it has changed my life and from hearing about other people's experiences, I am so pleased I did my research and chose Yaman. There are a handful of key themes across all hair transplants which I'll address below: Harvesting of donor area. I get a number 4 now and it's entirely unnoticeable. I'm not sure what would happen if I shaved it shorter, I'm sure I'll find out at some point but I reckon that my concerns earlier about it being a bit sparse looking have been put to bed. It doesn't feel like it's thin and it didn't appear to be over harvested after the surgery so my guess is that there was a bit of temporary shock loss in the months following. Unnatural looking front. As it has thickened up and grown, my concerns about this are gone. Yes, if you look hard you can still see that it doesn't look entirely like a 'normal' head of hair but but that's hair transplants for you! I've had one person notice and ask me about it (although I'm sure more have and said nothing) and you'd need to be really close AND have done enough research on a HT to know what it was. And as I'm not hiding the fact I had it done, it doesn't bother me. The crown still has a bit to go. To be honest, I always had a noticeable spiral and as I only ever look at it under harsh light, its hard to view this objectively. But I have noticed month by month improvement and I can feel new hairs poking through too so there's improvement still to come. I know that the crown is the last part to come in following a transplant and as it's only been 9 months I have no concerns about this whatsoever. Even in it's current form it's no problem, but naturally I would of course love it to improve. The texture is a bit wiry. Again, this is fairly common with hair transplants and does improve over time. With my hair being so thick, it was always a little on the coarse side anyway, but this is improving month by month and each trim at the barbers takes another chunk of the wiry ends off. Below are some photos, they are unstyled and without product with the exception of the last one. If the crown makes a significant improvement I might pop back to update but otherwise I wish you all the best of luck with your procedures. Do your research, don't skimp on cost, be patient, have realistic expectations and the more of the extra stuff you do (prp, finasteride etc...) the greater your chances of success. I have only had one procedure with one clinic so I couldn't comment on any of the others, but Dr. Yaman and his team far exceeded my hopes, so I wouldn't hesitate to recommend. Go forth and be hairy!
  6. Hey I am a new member. I want to do hair transplant in Turkey. which one is the best for my front side baldness as shown in the pictures. Dr. Ali Emre Karadeniz / Dr. Resul Yaman / Dr.CINIK Which one is best to choose ? Please can you recommend experiences with each ? Any advice please ? according to my picture which kind or grade of baldness I have? How many grafts does enough for my baldness? Have I a good donor area? Thank you new member
  7. Dr. Yaman, has some incredible results. Honestly, he's one of the surgeons I'm always impressed with.
  8. Hi All, This is a first time Ive ever felt a strong empathetic pull to sit down and share an experience with my fellow man, sufferers. Me, being a fit 47 yr old caucasian with a 6-7 baldness and like anyone on the planet, except maybe the Rock or Danny Devito, find that my head looked better with a hat (Hair Alternative Treatment). Ive spent years cruising the net collecting a lot of confusing and conflicting information. The fact that there is an internet war going on between the mill clinics doesn't help clarify anything. First off, let me state one thing. I am on my 12th day after the operation and I am pleased. Dr. Yaman and crew did a beautiful job. I realize the growth will most probably fall out in a couple of weeks due to shock, but I can enjoy what will be till then. This is my story; I lost most all the hair I was going to lose in my first divorce to due stress and probably genetics when I was 35. I tried the usual gambit of Rogaine and came to the conclusion that nothing really works and that Rogaine will only help stop the shed and maybe, if Im lucky, give me a few strands back. The other consideration was Finestrade. Im a little conservative with my body chemistry and decided to not to risk it. Wearing my different hats, Ive let the last 12 years slip by, subconsciously waiting for some pharmaceutical company laboratory to have a eureka moment. This is now. Three months ago Id taken a sabbatical and have been traveling Europe with my family in tow. We needed to leave the European Union due to the 90 day visa restriction and Turkey, ground zero to civilization, came to mind. Well worth it, a beautifully diverse, friendly country. Since I was aware that Turkey was also ground zero for hair transplantation it got me thinking and I started conservatively dipping my toe in the maybe, maybe not decision to have a hair transplant. My biggest concerns were scarring, looking like Frankenstein for a long period of time, looking like Ive had a hair transplant, not getting the number or transplants paid for(swindled) or the transplants not taking root. Cost was and should be the lowest denominator. What honed me into looking at Dr Yaman closer, besides before and after shots, are that I kept running into indicators that he's constantly active in the forefront of transplant development techniques. Im very pragmatic and the no frills, no gimmicks. Theres very little fluff in the way his clinic presents itself and that attracted me. Practical and to the point of only concentrating on hair transplantation and nothing else was my impression. Sales is not what they are about. He doesn't claim perfection or hide transplants surgeries that don't have the desired outcome. I found him to be sincere and honest. The biggest hurtle, for me personally, in the whole process of finding a doctor was trust. You have to trust. You can't count the transplants or measure the care in taking the donors or implanting. You have to find a clinic that cares about what they do and take pride in it. I had 4100 grafts. We're talking 8200 holes in my head with the outs and ins! I asked about a few more for the crown and was told by Dr. Yaman that more would be excessively traumatic and not conducive to success. Come back in a year he said. I have enough donors available for another round. The surgery took eight hours, and yes, all that is the latest and greatest was done and used. Dr Yaman cuts all the canals himself dictating the hair growth direction. They guarantee 90% graft success. I can count the grafts Ive lost due to scabbing on one hand. I believe that post care is half the battle. The first four days I slept on a little pillow with my head hanging off the edge of the bed and rested during the day. I followed the post care meticulously and was picked up every day by the clinic to do a wash. The whole process was all inclusive and I paid casually after the surgery. I have decided to protect and supplement my progress by taking finistrade. The hairs transplanted are resistant to DHT, but maybe I can regrow some of the top weaklings in the mix. Pics are worth a thousand words so here is my noggin today.
  9. Hey Guys, I have been a regular reader on this forum and all of you make this forum great by sharing experiences. Figured I'd do my bit as well. I recently got back from my HT procedure with Dr. Yaman in Istanbul. Here is the distribution of my grafts Single: 705 Double: 2973 Multiple: 842 Hair Thickness: 55 microns I left for Istanbul 3 days prior to my surgery date. Figured i'd do a bit of sightseeing as well. I got picked up by the driver from the airport and checked in to the Diwan Hotel. Istanbul has got some great food( Love the Doner, Kebabs and Baklava). I visited the usual touristy places of Hagia Sophia, The Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar and Topkapi Palace on the first day. Also took a boat tour on the Bhosporus Strait on Day 2 along with Pierre Loti Hill( an amazing place). There is a cafe on top of the hill. The food is mediocre but the view of Istanbul is beautiful. About the hotel : It was a pretty good hotel with a decent pool. Met a few guys who had their surgery on previous days and everyone seemed to be happy with their experience so far. That gave me some reassurance. And there is a safe in the room if you wanted to put your money. Additionally there is a central safe near the reception that apparently offers more security. Dr. Yaman had my blood test and hair analysis done on day 1. Fikret was my patient co-coordinator and he was helpful in all translations and made sure all my needs were attended to. Dr. Yaman assessed that i have about 6000 donor grafts( I had 500 fue done earlier which was a honest mistake). The next interaction with him was on the day of the surgery. He re-drew my hairline and advised to me take it back a notch on the temples ( The earlier places 500 grafts out of which 200 survived were too forward). We discussed that hair line should look natural and have little bit zig zag rather than a straight line. Also the Doc said their there would be higher density in the front and decreasing towards the end to create a fade effect. After the hairline, the pre anesthesia and anesthesia were given followed by PRP. Then, another Doc who apparently specializes in extraction came along and looked at my pictures and started extraction. That lasted about 3 hours. He spoke decent English and we had some nice conversation. Also i ended up requesting more anesthesia whenever i felt pain. I had my lunch around 2 p.m. and the implant process started after that which is done by the nurses. Dr. Yaman checked in once during mid way and came back at the end of implantation. During his final inspection, Dr. Yaman asked the extraction to extract another 100 more and place them. By the time everything was done ,it was about 6 p.m( started around 9:30). Make sure to sleep the same way as instructed for the first 4 days using the neck pillow. There was a bit of swelling but it died down by Day 3/4. The next day i got my bandage removed and had my first wash on the day after that. The nurse who helped with the first wash told me that my healing was faster than normal( translated by fikret).That was also the day i flew back to the US, and was dropped back to the airport by the clinic. ( Make sure you have check-in bag to carry the shampoos and lotion). Also, the pain after the HT was okay but its really the day 4 and day 5 where it peaks because the painkillers wear off and the nerves at the back of the head are really sore. Should be okay by Day 7-8 though. Been washing as advised and slowly the scabs have been coming off. Luckily i haven't had the redness for too long. Guess it depends on the skin type. I hope to post pictures every month so that i keep you guys updated. Now for the pictures: Before: After ( on Day 3 after first wash): On Day 8 :
  10. Hey guys, So just about 5 days ago I had my FUE procedure done with Resul Yaman. The doctor was very friendly and the procedure was fine, except that when it came to the implantation of the grafts, the assistants kept alternating between Manual and Choi method. All grafts were extracted at one time and placed after a 20 min break.. took about 10 hours in total. I thought the Dr. was very friendly and all was fine so there's generally not much to complain about - except the horrendous pain I'm having at my donor area that started around day 3. Pinching, burning and stinging sensations all over my donor area, which get even worse at night... Paracetamol and Ibuprofen are not very effective at relieving that pain and apparently it's very uncommon to experience severe pain after FUE. Please let me know what you think about all the things I mentioned above and what I can do to help relieve my pain, also some comments about the pictures would be much appreciated!! Thank you
  11. Dears, Please your recommendation i short list my doctors Shall i go with Dr. Yaman or Dr. Erkan? Thanks Hani
  12. Hello everyone, Hope this post finds you well! Few words about me. Just another dude that's loosing his hair and wants it back. On the way to NW5V (God bless me haha). I need your opinion guys to choose a doc for my hair transplant. I've been researching for about 3 months super extensively, I mean all day everyday. Spent over 100 hours browsing google, forums, YouTube and sending my pictures to 20+ clinics. So far my top 5 list of surgeons (in no particular order) that I'm considering to go are as follows (plus their suggestions): - Dr. Civas 3000-3200 grafts, 1.5€ per graft. Hotel, transfers etc. all included blah blah blah... Not important. Promises to cover Hairline, Temples, Frontal & Mid-scalp (nothing for vertex) and give undetectable result (that's a confident statement!). I personally didn't seen much of genuine reviews about him on forums. Some good, few bad. Not "wow" results overall, but not too bad. Plus for him of being a member of IAHRS (for a good reason i guess). 1 patient a day (according to hair-clinic.eu). Makes only incisions (most common practise in Turkey). Overall I haven't done quite a lot of research on him yet, therefore not sure about him as yet. - Dr. Demirsoy 3500-4000 grafts, 1.25€ per graft. Medications & shampoo included, the rest they can arrange for 200€. Again not super important. Suggested second HT in the future if hair loss will continue & not to lower hairline too low. All decisions will be made before surgery (sounds honest, good sign huh!?). What I really found unique about this Doc is that he is extracting grafts himself! Tech's only helps to put grafts into glory holes made by Doc (yet another great sign!). Results on YouTube are quite good as well as all reviews on forums I've seen (didn't find any bad reviews! Perhaps my research wasn't deep enough). - Dr. Yaman 3500-4000 grafts, 1€ per graft. "It will be enough for your operation as you want to get maximum number of graft possible" - That was a great statement! Interestingly enough i don't recall mentioning such a need! LOL. I guess just standard copy/paste email. Not concerned much about that as it's not possible to create a full bespoke reply to a every single person that sends pictures, unless you hire someone just to do that. Anyways, moving on.. Package all included + PRP. I like the way he's looking into donor area seriously and calculating grafts with single doubles etc. (at least it was shown on his YouTube video LOL). Procedure - 1) Incisions (made by Dr.); 2) Extractions (made by staff); 3) Implantation using his own modified implanter like DHI (that looks promising!). Dr. Yaman gives some kind of guarantee (as I've seen somewhere on the forum that he guarantees survival of at least 90% of follicles). I've seen quite a few bad reviews of his work. Interestingly enough if you try to type in Google Resul Yaman the second suggestes search comes as "Resul Yaman bad reviews" (at least for me!). The fact that he actually takes responsibility and refunds or repairs puts my mind kind of at ease. Yet still I wouldn't like to end up wasting 4000 grafts! Again a big plus for him is being an "Associate member" of IAHRS. Didn't see him there half a year ago though (unless i just missed it). - Dr. Acar - 4000-4500 grafts, 3 packages - 1) £1800, 2) £2250 (added needle free anaesthetis) + small perks 3) £3150 All from before + Dr. Acar is doing incisions himself. In the UK he is working through representative company called GMH. Their customer service is alright, responding very quickly. In fact, after sending my pictures to them I've got response back with quote for the surgery in 1.5 hours! That's a quick response! Doc. must have seen pics instantly LOL. Anyways, as their packages are the same regardless of amount of grafts, It can be quite expected. The exact amount will be determined on consultation with Dr. Acar. Again all surgery is performed by technicians, unless you take VIP package "£3150" where Dr. Acar is creating incisions. Quite a few great reviews overall. Almost none bad ones. They're heavily advertising "celebrity transplants" that been done in this clinic. - Dr. Karadeniz - 5000-7000 hairs, 1) 1600€ - done entirely by tech's; 2) 3000€ - Dr. K. performs all recipient site incisions; 3) 4500€ - FUT, max/needed amount of hairs (FUT done by Dr. K. & incisions); 4) 6000€ - FUT + FUE over 2 days (FUT done by Dr.K. and incisions), max hairs harvested (10000-15000 hairs). In the beginning of my research found him and considering his YouTube videos he's quite knowledgeable and straight forward. After some more research i found few other people that contacted him and they had similar experience with him. He's telling that he's the best doctor and almost every other clinic in Turkey is a mill using tech's only. When you connecting the dot's you can find that he's using tech's in the same fashion as the other doc's and his attitude looks a bit weird to me (either this guy really knows what he is talking about, or he is just being over confident, which results in being ignorant and rude). Not many reviews online. Results on the website are OK. Not super impressed, and again, maybe everyone else is using filters and what not to improve visuals...mhm... I've seen a lot of good words about him from Joe Tillman and many other people that he is one of few surgeons in Turkey to consider. I heard that at one point he was a member of IAHRS, but somehow he dissapeared from there. Never heard the reason. I believe all mentioned surgeons are good and all of them are good in a different way. I have respect to everyone, however like everyone else in the same boat we are trying to analyse too much and it just becomes a headache. Nobody is perfect, therefore I would like to kindly ask for your help. Perhaps someone had experience with any of mentioned surgeons and could clear the air. Any stories, suggestions or ideas are welcome! P.S. Please don't bother with "Erdogan is the only way to go in Turkey!". These docs are here for my personal budget range. If I would have unlimited funds, I would go to Dr. Juan Couto, not Erdogan, if you know what I mean. Many thanks to everyone for your time!
  13. Never heard of them, I would suggest looking up Dr. Yaman.
  14. Its my first post here and hope to get some support and answers. I live in Dubai and was going to have a hair transplant here with some little research, but thankfully I found this forum before taking any step. After going through this forum(for 3 months now), I held back from doing the surgery(and feeling down agian) until I am more aware and knowledgable. I am also not feeling comfortable with the idea of technicians and nurses performing on my head. 1) Could you please give me a list of doctors who perform the the whole surgery by themselves or most of the surgery? So I could start my research from here. 2) And I was also wondering is turkey a good place for hair transplant? I know that "dr.rasul yaman" and "dr.koray" are recommended by this forum, I've seen good result with dr. rasul yaman but what make me feel suspicious is the "very low" price. Dont get me wrong its a good price, but too good to be true. and for dr. Koray , after seeing several horrible results from users here ( hope all of them will get it sort out) which I believe in my opinion is the cause of unexperienced technicians , this clinic is out of my list, unless there is a good excuse for their failed recent surgeries.
  15. Hello! I live in Russia. I do not speak English well, so I use an interpreter, please understand me correctly. So, the first hair transplant was done in Moscow. Real Trans Hair Clinic. This is the only popular and presentable clinic in our country. I transplanted 2000 grafts, which was not enough for my type of alopecia. Quality suited, but the price tag was expensive. You will see in the photo their work as well. The back of my head began to shine a little, I decided to completely equalize the density of hair throughout the donor area. I chose a doctor for the second transplant, also focusing on the section of your forum - FIND a Prescreened Physician. In Turkey, you advise. Resul Yaman, ok, I went to him. The flight to Istanbul is fast, and the price tag is cheap. Now look what he did to my head. What do you think? Do you consider this the work of a professional? Firstly, he was in a great hurry, because he was also doing two more operations with me, is this normal? Secondly, 80% of the work was done by his assistants - children about 18 years old. The photos were taken 9 months after the operation. By the way reddening on the head did not take 3-4 months. At the first transplantation in Russia, redness ended after 5 days. As a result, we have the fact that Yaman destroyed the donor zone. Before the operation, I told him that the task was to straighten the density of the hair throughout the donor area, as a result, he simply chunks of the area from the head. Look at how much it aggravated the situation, I very much regret that I went to him, and now I just do not know what to do! Tell me please the best specialists who could improve the situation qualitatively. I do not care about saving money, I need quality and professionalism. The ugliness on my head that I have now, absolutely does not suit me. Please give me the most informative suggestions for further action! My photo here: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/Fomin/albums/15281
  16. I am a big believer in Dr. Cinik work as in fact I booked a surgery with him on 22 August and have been waiting for the right time and right surgeon since my hairline repair with Dr. Rahal back on August 2011. I am quite disappointed that Cinik wasn't recommended here. In my opinion and experience in Turkey HT industry, he is way better than Dr. Resul Yaman in terms of reputation and documented results. I think voting should be in poll basis and not only in some few comments from members with agendas. His results speaks louder that words and his technician team is not part time basis like other clinics. Its just some members are freaked from some doctors who do not charge per graft. Anyways I will posting my results in monthly basis soon. God bless you and best wishes in your future Hair Transplant surgery.
  17. I haven’t seen any patient posted results for Dr. Demirsoy, I’ve heard great things about Dr. Cinik and he was almost recommended by our community, but his packages go against our values. That said, Bhatti and Yaman are both very solid surgeons. Never take what one person says as gospel, not even mine. Do your own research, spend sometime on our forum and look up real patient reviews. No body is going to give you the answers you need to research for yourself.
  18. Wow incredible results Dr. Yaman hit this out of the park congrats man 👏🏼
  19. So, I am at the airport right now, waiting for my flight to Turkey. I've been a long time lurker on the site, but I have never posted anything. I have been contemplating a hair transplant for years and have come close on a number of occasions. I have had 2 deposits down with Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in India, but I didn't end up going to either of those. I've been keeping my eye on the cheaper surgeons (worldwide) that have been recommended on this site, and I finally made the decision to go with Dr. Yaman based on price and results. I am a little bit nervous traveling to Turkey, but not that nervous. After consulting with the Doctor via email, we've decided to go with 2 sessions with at least 8 months in between. So, this week, I will get my hairline and mid scalp done and then next time I will get the crown done. I've also recently started a full compliment of other hair loss therapies including: Saw-Palmetto/Biotin, Rogaine, Low Level Laser Therapy, and Microneedling. I've only been using these other methods for a few weeks, but I do see a decent amount of new growth with little blonde hairs. So, we'll see if that ever amounts to anything. I will be getting 4000 grafts with Dr. Yaman for this procedure (assuming all goes well) and as many as are possible for the next one. The before pictures that I am posting will be a little hard to evaluate because I have had scalp micropigmentation done, and so the baldness level is masked when my hair is short. The picture I am posting without micropigmentation is about 4 years old, and during that time I hadn't taken any baldness fighting steps (until this past month), so baldness level is definitely worse now than it was. I have been told a driver will meet me by a coffee shop in the airport. I also have the hotel confirmation information, and a contact at Dr. Yaman's office. I will arrive Wednesday evening in Turkey and I believe the procedure will take place Thursday (May 2nd). I will try and give a detailed account of my journey as I go.
  20. @Bigjab I just sent you a PM but I'll sort of copy/paste that message here to help others. Anyway, as my friend @HLPToronto said I made an extensive research and I am a sort of mental when it comes to chose the best product or Dr. - Demirsoy, 80%+ of the cases present on here, turkish, german, italian forums are positive to very positive. He does one patient per day and perform himself the most critical parts of the surgery. Great communication with his patient advisor. Affordable. Contacted about 15 former patients privately, 14 gave an extremely positive feedback. - Bhatti, I almost went with him but lack of communication and his very bad attitude in his replies made me wait. Very low density in most of his cases. Too many marketing users everywhere, it looks all made up. Similar cost to Demirsoy. - Yaman, similar cost of the above two, very incosistent, some good job, many other bad results. He is a gamble. Can't remember if he performs the surgery about himself. Being a member of IAHRS or other associations from my understanding is just bullshit. To be members they have to pay a fee. What's the point? Being able to go to a conference once on every blue moon. On my opinion, it's purely marketing. Cinik, is one of those chep bets you can make. He is a gamble exactly like Erdogan but a least cheaper. If you are extremely tight on budget, maybe. I hate tech clinics so I am against it. I am not saying Demirsoy is the n. 1, in my opinion he is the n.1 in that price range. There are many other great surgeons that charge 5times more though. At the end of the day, my opinion is that the surgery is nothing astronomical, it's a pretty straight forward procedure, simple I would say. That is why I can't justify clinics like Hasson & Wong charging about 8times more than Demirsoy....what for!? I felt very offended when i got their quotation!!! They are good but honestly It is a mistery to me why patients go to them paying that price... Other thing, if a Doctor is recognised on this website/forum, it doesn't mean he's good if you know what I mean. Do your research, speak to real patients, that's the way. I hope it helps. Cheers
  21. lukeyb1687 I'm pondering to make a HT with Dr. Clinik ou still recommended this doctor? I have doubt with him or Dr. Yaman Resul. Greetings and happy growth mate I'm 30 years old and my loss is difused like a woman hair loss
  22. Hi, was the extraction done by dr. Yaman or by somebody else? And how big needle did he use?
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