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  1. This is a question, which I would appreciate opinions of the experts out here - I spent some time viewing the HT videos of some of the good doctors here, Dr. Rahal, Dr Ferduini, Dr Bhatti, etc,. In almost all cases I tried to compare NW 3 cases with similar receding hair line and baldness. In most cases 2500-3000 grafts were transplanted. It seemed to me that in almost all cases Dr Rahal seems to create a younger looking hairline than others, and let me try to explain what I mean. In almost all cases the baldness at the front of the head is in a "W" shape with deep or not-so-deep wedges of baldness on both sides of the centre hair lock (Usually in a shape of a "U" or a sort of "V") It seems to me that Dr. Rahal focuses on filling the two wedges (Of the "W" shape" well ) first, and gives an impression of a flatter better, youthful hairline. The approach of many other doctors is to bring the "W" shape down a few cms but keep a distinct W shape and hairline. Maybe its called a age-appropriate hairline. Its difficult for me to buy this concept, although I am 50 plus, but I feel a good youthful hairline will not necessarily look inappropriate, and looks great! Obviously this outcome could be a function of donor availability, etc.. but I have tried to keep most variables constant and compare apples to apples. What is the view of this forum on this ? Obviously this is an important issue on hairlines and of interest to all. What are the pros-and cons- and why don't other doctors who are also great in hairline work follow this approach ? Thanks, Sean
  2. Hi Everyone, I wanted to share my experience and give back to the community as the forums have helped me greatly over the years. I am 27 years old and have been gradually losing my hair since I was 20. Mainly the frontal area is where the loss has been the most. I have been on/off fin and min. I recently flew out from Vancouver, Canada to Chandigarh, India to have Dr. Bhatti address my frontal area with 1985 grafts. Everything was professional and went smoothly. I won't go into extreme detail and will let my progress/results do the talking. That being said, I am happy to answer any questions and will answer with as much detail as possible! I have attached pre, post, and 10 day post op photos.
  3. After a break of 3 years, I am back on this board I started to experience hair loss in my late 30s. I conducted a lot of research into the matter and decided go for a hair transplant procedure back in 2014. The surgery was performed by Dr. Bhatti. I was very pleased with his work but unfortunately my hair loss continued and more surgery was required. This time I settled for Dr. Jyoti Gupta at DermaClinix in Delhi. The procedure went over 2 days ( 23/24.11.2017) as I needed 4000 Grafts ( 3600 grafts from the scalp and 400 grafts from the beard). The decision to go with DermaClinx was linked to two reasons. First the financial aspect as hair transplant surgery is very expensive in Australia. The second reason was the excellent given communication. The assistant manager of the clinic patiently answered all my questions through WhatsApp and even helped me with my Medical Visa application. She even offered to assist with airport transfers and hotel arrangements . In short, this was first class customer/patient service. I arrived in Delhi 2 days prior to the scheduled surgery. The hotel was located in East of Kailash, New Delhi, just 10 minutes away from the clinic. The room was very basic but since I was traveling on my own and only staying 6 nights it was satisfactory. Day of surgery: The clinic organized a nurse to come to my hotel room at 8am to draw some blood for testing. I arrived at the clinic at 10am and was greeted by the staff, filled in some forms and was then called for a electrocardiogram. Prior to the start of the procedure I was given some medication to take. Dr Gupta and her team examined my head up close. Everything was explained in a professional and caring manner. The day 1 surgery started at 11.30am and ended at 8.00pm. There was a lunch break at 2.30pm ( clinic orders a meal of your choice ) . The day 2 surgery started also 11.30am and finished around 7pm. I was also given a complimentary PRP treatment. I found Dr Gupta very personable and pragmatic or to say it in plain words...... a doctor who genuinely cares about your well being. The entire experience was amazing and I would not hesitate to return for another procedure if needed. I will try and post regular photos to show the progress and welcome any questions that anyone may have
  4. I wanted to post results from my two hair transplants. From reading other people's posts, I notice that a lot will upload images from soon after their surgery, but not as much from down the line. And it's from what comes down the line that's the point of this whole thing. My Background: First became aware of losing hair during my late 20's. Since I had long, tangly hair, I attributed this loss each day when showering due to combing out the tangles and pulling some hairs. Really, I was not aware of how much I was losing, since when it's long, you think you have a lot. Eventually I did check out what was going on in my thinning crown using a couple of mirrors and got my reality check. It was probably around 2007 when I started on Rogaine. It's really expensive in Canada, and the only strength that I've seen on shelves are 2%, even to this day. I don't know if it helped slow down my loss or not, but I've been using it faithfully. Eventually I caught on that there was 5% minoxidil in the US and I'd stock up on cross border trips. I've been using the foam variety for some years. When I first cut my hair, I started wearing a cap a lot, including at work. When I started to grow it out a bit I began experimenting with concealers. I used both Dermatch and Nanogen fibers. After getting the hang of them I was able to hide my baldness. Stupidly, when I got a job transfer across the company on a promotion I continued with the concealers. The new people I worked with had no idea who I was so I should have just gone with buzzed hair. But for two years I went through the routine of taking 20-30 min a day to apply the two products, and had to shower twice a day - an extra one at the end to remove the stuff from my hair before going to sleep. When I changed careers after that I just went with my natural hair, and short, but it made my appearance too aged. Back in 2007 I would have found this forum and others like it. Body Hair Transplantation was not much of a proven thing, but I was hoping it would be, as I'd need to utilize a donor supply other than only my head hair. I remember doing an on-line assessment with H&W. The guy who replied, Joe "T", would not answer me when I asked if BHT was a real thing. At that point I dropped my participation in these forums and what not. Really, up until more recent years I didn't have the source of income to consider a HT. Fast forward to 2014. At that time there were more BHT options, whether in the US, Europe, Turkey or India. I had read the good reviews that Umar had received as he pushed ahead with using beard and body hair to repair bad HT cases, and in it, developed his skill set. So I put out some online inquires. In addition to Dr. Umar, I contacted Doctor "D" in Turkey and Bhatti in India. From the contact at Doganay's clinic: "Thanks for the pictures, however, we regret to inform you that your donor is not eligible for FUE. Therefore, we wont be able to do the surgery on you. We are sorry." They never answered my follow up so I took my money elsewhere. With Bhatti, it did not appear that he was willing to do a 4,000 to 5,000 graft procedure using at much beard hair as possible. He would only to up to about 1,000. His concern, which is valid, is that he wanted to see how my skin would react to the procedure. I forget the term but in some people they will develop a reaction that removes the pigmentation in the donor area, and if he took a lot of grafts from the beard and that happened the results would be be able to be covered up. As I am of part Asian ancestry, my skin tone is darker and loss of pigmentation would be very visible. But I was not going to go half way across the world for that small a procedure. My communication with the DermHair clinic went well. I felt confident that with Umar's experience with taking grafts from the beard that I would be in good hands. The trade off, of course, it the price. I booked my first HT for October of 2014. First I scheduled it for 4,000 grafts, head and beard, then I added 500 more, from the chest. I wanted to know if all three types of donor grafts would work in my case, and if so I'd get more down the line. The tentative amount at the end of my procedures would be 10,000 to 12,000. My case: NW6. I went into this understanding that BHT was not optimal, but since I'd be willing to live with short cut hair, that would camouflage the fact that non head hairs are mixed in. 1st HT: 3189 grafts of head hair 803 grafts of beard hair 602 grafts of chest hair 4594 TOTAL I was scheduled for three days. The clinic does up to 1,500 a day, so that was pushing things. Wound up taking an extra day, but I'll get to that. Dr. Umar does the extractions in the morning with the assistance of his techs. I took the pill cocktail so that I'd be very drowsy throughout. The needles didn't hurt too bad, but since I had previously hurt my back, spending four days on that table was the worst part. After the catered lunch, he'd make the incision slits through the recipient area. A bit funny to hear the "crunch crunch crunch" as these are made. I recall hearing a click peddle being pressed, so I assume it was a means of counting grafts. The next part was when the techs would insert all the grafts. There'd be TV going, but I often dozed off. One time I shushed two of the techs because they were talking quite a bit and I imagined they weren't focusing on the job. As someone else has mentioned in another thread, the team at the DermHair clinic does not thoroughly wash down the surgical area, so as to not disturb the work done. Be warned that some of the pictures therefore look rather gory. It didn't hurt nearly as bad as it looked. The breakdown for recipient areas was my large balding crown area, plus lowering my frontal hairline. Nothing was added for the mid-scalp region in this HT. Dr. Umar wanted do give a result that I could live with if I never had another procedure, but that would set me up for the next stage if I did come back. The first two days were donor hairs from my head and beard going into the crown, and the next two days using chest and head donors to fix my hairline. My nape is a poor donor candidate, so it worked out well that I had included 500 chest hairs, which acted as a substitute. One problem that arose was that some of the donor hairs on the sides of my head were difficult to extract, meaning it slowed things down. I am glad I went with Dr. Umar, who took the time to get these out carefully and to not wreck them. These grafts were angled sharper that normal head hairs, but with this custom FUE tool he was able to get them. As my surgery was on W/T/F, I asked if they'd come in on Saturday so that we could hit the objective count. The staff was kind enough to come in on a day off, and I am very appreciative. The four days of needles took their toll though. By the end of it my face looked like it was shaped like a football. When I asked about the time needed for it to go away I was told a week for the fluid to break down. Rather naively I didn't purchase pain killers. I underestimated the need for it, such that when I drove out of state the day after the fourth day of surgery I was in a fair amount of discomfort. Phoned back and was told to pick up something like Advil. I got Nyquil also, for overnights. As you'll see in my photos below, it looks like the grafts taken from my beard didn't make much of a dent, I still had a lot for future surgeries. The instructions was to not use hair coloring products for a year, so I didn't do anything for my greying temples in the follow up photos. 2nd HT: 1300 grafts of head hair and beard hair (split unknown at this point) During the follow up photos that I sent every few months it was becoming apparent that the mid-scalp area was weak. I decided to do a small HT to address this, using head and beard donor. No grafts were used in the crown or to lower the hairline. My appointment for this was in May, 2016, single day procedure. At this point the clinic had moved into it's new building. Not on the waterfront anymore, but on the upside the new surgical bed was much more comfortable. Having had my 2nd procedure there is little head donor left, and what I do have I want for my hairline. Going forward is to utilize the beard and chest and/or other hairy body parts, of which I have much. My next hair transplant is this upcoming May, which will be a year between surgeries. The results of the last one will have manifested itself by then. This next one will be another 4,000 grafts. That would bring my total to just about 9,900. An experiment I have been doing since late summer, perhaps the end of August, has been to let my hair grow out. I'll keep doing so until May. I am curious about the growth rates of non-head hairs. And I wanted to know what my density looks like. My photos with buzzed hair look good. But when I let it grow out then the fact that I lack density is readily apparent. However, if after all my procedures I can both achieve the density I want and if my beard and body hairs grow long enough, then I'd let my hair grow out long enough and tie it back in a loose pony tail. Relive the youth. I could very well fall short and rely on the buzz cut for the rest of my life, but I'd like to go for this. Pre-Hair Loss Prior to undergoing hair loss I had a pretty good head of hair. I know it's hard to project what while happen to someone who's under 18, but with some younger people I have a look and it seems like a NW 6 waiting to happen. No idea why it happened to such and extent with me. The first photo is from around gr. 6. That would be a NW0/1. The next two are from high school. Recession hadn't started, but perhaps some thinning on the last of the two: Hair Loss - 7 Years Before 1st HT: At this point, in 2007, I realized how bad the loss was, and I cut off the braid so that I wouldn't have any more hairloss due to tension. Hair Loss - 2 Years Before 1st HT: It was in 2012 when I started looking into clinics and preparing photos for assessment. I was pretty much shaving my head every few days to obscure the level of hair loss. Day of 1st HT: I took these on the morning of my first HT in October 2014.
  5. Hi, We have some of the most knowledgeable people on HT here, so always appreciate the feedback. I myself have used this forum since 2003 intermittently, and keep coming back for answers. Some superb folks here Here is my situation, I had my first transplant with Dr Ron Shapiro in 2004. 2500, FUT procedure. Very satisfied with the work and kept me happy for many years. Now 14 years down the road, I am 50 plus and have thinned around the front of the head and have a receded hairline. I am NW3-4, and am probably looking at a 3000 grafts FUE procedure. I was considering going to Dr. Rahal as I like the ultra fine, mega density and super hairline work, but I am in India now and am just unable to go all the way to Montreal for HT. Friends tell me HT in India is quite good nowadays (just they don't have the experience I do :)). I have seen many people with shabby HTs here. But then they did not research the subject nor did they know what to expect. I know there are others, who get a great HT done, but they have put in the research work. My expectations are high so wanted to ask the knowledgeable here on Dr. Bhatti or others in India, on who is world-class in terms of results, consistency, experience, tools used, etc.. Would appreciate your thoughts folks! Ultrafine hair transplant, mega density and superior hairlines are all important. Thanks, Sean
  6. satindersooch123

    Angry sikh

    These are my new photos after a year. I am very happy from Dr. Bhatti. He has absolutely changed my hair line. Thank you very much Sir. I strongly recommend darling buds to everyone who is struggling with any hair surgery. No matter how worse is the case. 🙂🙂🙂
  7. Hey all! A week ago I had HT in Darling Buds, India, made by Dr Bhatti. In advance, we agreed on 3000 scalp grafts and 500 from the beard. It was my very first trip to India, so I wanted by the way visit some special places as a tourist and only after a few days get HT. As that time it was around +40-46 Celcius in North India so I have got Sunburn lvl1, as Dr. Bhatti later said to me. I will skip my tourist`s adventures but point out where Dr. Bhatti was involved because without HT that trip would never happen and without Dr. Bhatti`s help it would be much different from what I had. As any tourist, I booked a hotel on Booking.com. It was cheap, had good reviews, and situated in the very centre of Delhi. When I informed Dr. Bhatti about that hotel he suggested to change it because it is not safe. Only after that suggestion, I realized that this hotel does not have even 10 reviews and was opened just about a month ago. Probably, Dr.Bhatti saved my stuff at this point. The next case happened again with a hotel, but already when I arrived at the city where Dr. operates - Chandigarh. The clinic offers you free pick up and all transportation between your hotel, clinic, and the local airport, but within 10km. This little rule I missed and booked a hotel in 17 km from the clinic, what according to local administration was in the neighbouring city, even though hotel`s name contained "Chandigarh" in its name. Still, I was transported everywhere without any additional charges. It would be fair to take money from me for this additional service, but it has not happened, Dr. Bhatti always helpful, and this is not a matter of money. The first time we have met on the day prior to the operation. We have discussed what I want, how we can make it, I donated blood for tests and have got my first pills. By the way, I saw a gemology lab on the same floor in the clinic, seems quite advanced and hi-tech. Later I have received my blood analysis with digital graphs regarding some components, which I noticed, has been done for an additional fee which clinic paid for me. On the next day, I have arrived at the clinic at 7 AM, as agreed, instead of breakfast having just a glass of liquid. I was given special medical clothes, a menu for a dinner, have met the anesthesiologist, in my hand inserted injector and left inside, and we started. Firstly I felt little finger knocks on my crowns. I didn`t understand why is that and what is going on, but later realized that this is a professional trick to distract me even from the tiniest pain while local painkiller has been injecting. Such things really worth respect for the medical professionalism. Dr. Bhatti personally made cuts, extracted grafts, and two assistants put them in. In between I had tasty dinner and enough time to sleep during the operation Once I was awakened by assistants because when I was sleeping my scalps was moving and it made insertion grafts more difficult. Also, during the extraction, there was a little part where local painkiller was not sufficient and I felt pain, so I have asked for more and it was fine. After all I was delivered to my hotel, take medications, and sleep well. This is an important thing, even troublesome for many patients. Dr. Bhatti recommended me to buy a pillow to sleep sitting like on a flight, which I didn't buy. And it was fine. I never had issues with sleeping. My donor area was so well-kept that I had just a little pain and was able to sleep as usual from the operation and ever after. On the next day, I went to the clinic, have got a lot of medication with me, more than 10 different types, had a fresh bandage, and one unexpected surprise. :eek: I was told that my area already has good coverage, so the doctor has decided to stop in 3200 instead of discussed 3500. It was perfectly fine because I wanted to keep my donor area on the back of my head as more natural as possible and take most from my beard. And this is exactly what happened. As we had fewer grafts transplanted Dr. Bhatti decided to return me money for those extra grafts. You see, this is a fair play, not like in Turkish clinic where they say (and take money for) bigger number than it looks like in real. Honestly, at some moment when I was planning operation, I was thinking about counting grafts because have seen complaints about rogue numbers. But here this is an etalon of good will and honest behaviour for everybody. Thank you very much for this. At the same day I had a jet to Delhi, but due to the dust storm, it never happened. Guess who saved me? Yes, Dr. Bhatti sent me a taxi with a driver, while hundreds of other people were waiting for their taxis to get away from the city. Thank you once again. What is now? Today is 1 week since the day of operation. I have my transplanted hairs freed up from cortex and already able to live a normal life. This is much better than I expected, much more than I wanted, and I am so much appreciated Dr Bhatti for all what he personally and his colleagues have done to me that I don`t have enough thankful words to explain myself. I compared this service, this level of professionalism, of support, with many twice more expensive clinics, and decided to go here because this is the best. After trying myself I can only say that it is even more and better than I could ever imagine. Thank you so much, God bless you.
  8. Hi All, I am a 27 year old male from India. I will be using this forum to document the journey of my and my friend's(also 27 years) Hair transplant journey. We have come to the realization that we need to go under the knife to get a head full of hair. We are planning to travel Delhi and Chandigarh, India next month to consult a few Doctors for undergoing a FUE procedure With the help of this forum and other similar sites, we have zeroed down on the below clinics 1. Darling Buds ( Dr. Tejinder Bhatti) 2. Medilinks (Dr. Gaurang Krishna) I would appreciate if you could suggest any other Doctors that we should visit for a FUE procedure. I have shaved my head and will post new pics in about a month when i hairs are a little longer. My pics initials is ABC. My friends pic's initials is XYZ
  9. Thank you for your detailed write up, can you share any post-op pictures? Dr. Bhatti does great work, I am excited to see your progress.
  10. Here is my update after 3 months, 2 of them with a daily dose of Minoxidil. Donor area - perfect. No issues at all, and it doesn`t even require all that care that supposed to be applied, i.e. lotions, etc. It was my main concern when I was choosing between Dr. Bhatti and Turkish competitors like Cinik. Now I see that I did the right decision. Designated area - generally this is how it supposed to be on 3 months. The most of existing hair has survived after the transplantation and I noticed some grow after about a month, but by 3rd month I see almost no new growers. Almost all of the beard hairs didn`t make it. I have only those of them which haven`t fall out. The skin is not too red as it used to, there is a significant front line on sides, but with a big hole of didn`t survive beard hairs in the middle. My main hope is that they will wake up, otherwise, the cosmetic effect will be poor even in the best case of everything else and there will be no point in next transplantations.
  11. After planning it for a month, I decided to go for an FUE hair transplant by Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in Chandigarh, India. History: 32 years old Male, been losing hair for almost 10 years now. Family history of MPB. After couple of initial consultations in US, a week of research on forums, and couple of private skype calls with Dr. Bhatti, I decided to get it done by him. Why Dr. Bhatti? : Very responsive. I was kind of skeptical initially as he is talked about a lot in various forums, and his clinic kind of sounded very commercialized to me. But even after my first conversation with him (which started with a simple email question and a very straight forward reply from him), I felt very much at ease, and then after couple of skype calls, I gathered that he is a very down to earth, straight talking person, and makes time for his patients to answer any questions with complete ease considering how nervous we all are regarding a hair transplant! Did I mention, you can always get in touch directly with him for any questions. Was definitely the case pre-op, and I hope it remains post as well. So, flew to Delhi, took a train to Chandigarh (Shatabdi - 3 hours). Stayed at Glades Hotel ( a decent hotel withing 7-8 miles from the clinic). Met with Dr. Bhatti, discussed the hairline, gave blood sample, and then back to the hotel. Got picked up by the driver at 7 in morning next day. Final hair line discussion, once I was happy with the recommendation, the process started around 8-830. Few hours later, a small breakfast break. Then back to the OT, and I think I was done by 3:30 PM. No pain at all!!! Very smoothly run operation. Went back to the hotel, slept with 3 pillows and a neck pillow. Woke up next day with no pain or any issues, Went back to the clinic for the dressing change, once all set, was ready to leave for the airport, and my luck, bumped my head while getting into the taxi cab and started bleading by the crown area Went back in right away, was told lost 6 grafts. Cursed my self for few seconds, then felt good as better it happened right away, and had the realization that I need to be extremely careful. Every step, every second, as the result going forward is all on me now. Overall, very satisfied, and if travelling is not an issue for you, I will recommend Darling Buds to any family, friends. Special shooutout to Ms. Shalini. She is the chief of staff for Dr. Bhatti running it all Total grafts: 3098 Single: 323 Double: 1987 Triple: 788 Front: 1589 Crown: 1509 Will update the thread with progress as days go by! FYI: Title says 3097, correct tally is 3098. Will look into how to edit the title later.
  12. Hello All, , I am incredibly proud along with excited to announce that as of today I am officially coming on board with Dr.Tejinder Bhatti and his team as his International patient advisor. Many people already know of Dr Bhatti as his reputation precedes him but many newbies aren’t aware of what a remarkable surgeon he is as well as caring and ethical and im very much looking forward to expanding his reach as well as assist his patients throughout their HT journeys with him. Dr Bhatti’s is without out a doubt one of the worlds leading FUE hair transplant surgeons and it is an honour to be asked to be a part of his clinic. I have admired Dr Bhattis work for many years and very happy to now be able to offer his clinic support with their ever growing patient enquires. I will be assisting him and all his patients on a daily basis as I do the other surgeons I represent. I’ll be available to answer patient questions whilst relaying Dr Bhatti’s personal opinion in relation to patient consultations and treatment plans. I very much look forward to offering support and guidance to all his patients and being there to help guide them along the way with any questions. Please feel free to contact me directly on support@spexhair.com with any questions.For anyone who is yet to be made aware of Dr Bhatti and his abilities as you may be very new to the forum. Tomorrow I'll add below a number of his patient testimonials and results to show the calibre of surgeon he is and the level of service he provides. Regards Spex
  13. I am a 29 year old male from India. I grew up with thick densed hair and never worried about my hair untill the age of 22 but since then it has been a hairloss journey for me but fortunately due to my thick hair I am able to hide my entire scalp but deep within I am loosing my confidence. I have been thinking of hair transplant since 4 years and finally decided to go for FUE technique. All these years I have been doing a critical research on whom should I trust for best results and one clinic that came across as the most positive one was Darling buds at Chandigarh and the man behind the good name is Dr.Tejinder Bhatti. Currently, I have reached grade 2 baldness. Dr. Tenjinder Bhatti is the man who is well renowned in the fueld if hair transplant. A very honest and a humble man with a deep knowledge about this field. I am sure or getting the best results from my hair transplant, just got done with consultation and tomorrow is the procedure. Very excited and looking share my experience with you all. When going for hair transplant please make sure you are going to the best as extraction done by the surgeon himself makes lot of difference. Ready to gain my lost confidence. Attached are the few pics on discussed hairline
  14. I was never satisfied with my receding hairline and decided to fly from Germany to India to have the treatment done by Dr. Bhatti. I had read many positive reports and was finally convinced that I had found the right doctor. What can I say? My expectations have been exceeded I am happy every day when I look in the mirror and see the new hairline. I can really warmly recommend him even if you don't come from India he and his team are worth every mile.
  15. Surgery is done and as expected it was an amazing experience. Darling buds is a world class facility with the most genuine person and doctor I have come across. Thank you Dr. Tenjinder Bhatti. The staff was extremely professional and respectful. They treat their clients how a top institute is expected to do so but unfortunately very few follow, darling buds is an exception and I can't find a single negative. Number of grafts planted we're 1586 out of which 271 singles, 992 doubles and 323 doubles. Attached are few images will keep you all posted on the progress.
  16. Ok, after several months of research I finally settled on Eugenix in Gurgagon, India. A big factor in settling on them was that I could find recent good results from them. I wasn't happy settling on any of the more affordable, recommended surgeons here because the most recent stuff I could find was negative, or not 100% satisfactory (I was only considering Dr. Radha, Dr. Madhu and Dr. Bhatti). I'm currently 4 days post. I'm not going to give one of those long-winded reviews that details every room I sat in and every step I took, but list some pros and cons. Pros: I was very well taken care of in terms of transport, accomodation and food. I was fed like a king and their accommodation is very nice. I was picked up and driven fro/to the airport The work looks well done, but i'll let some more senior guys pass judgement on my photos The price is very reasonable for the quality of the work that I've seen The communication continues to be very active and caring. Communication has been excellent since the beginning Cons They forgot to send the driver to pick me up from the airport and I waited over two hours there They forgot to order/pick up all of my medication and only supplied a few day's worth. As a result, I'm now only able to get 1 out of the 3-4 things I'm supposed to be on I was told I would receive a complimentary PRP with my surgery but when I asked when they'd do it they said it wasn't necessary The Dr. told me that he'd extracted 2,100 grafts after the initial extraction. I was thinking "sweet, I only need 2,100 and will be getting a refund as I'd paid for 2,500!" (I also saw that there were grafts that weren't used, meaning i'd received less that 2,100). Once they'd finished implanting the grafts from the initial extraction, I was told to wait in a room where the accountant came in. He told me I'd need another 700 grafts to make it 3,000, but said I needed to pay around INR49,000, equalling 490 grafts (I'd paid for just over 2,500). I was pretty confused at their maths, but I'd been awake for a loooong time so I just paid. The nurse confirmed the 2,100 grafts when I went back in and had no answer when I questioned the extra payment. Then before any more grafts were taken, they kept intermittently adding 100 to the total on the board as if I'd had more grafts taken. I had a fairly strong feeling that I'd been taken for a ride! I couldn't help but feel a sense of contempt towards me (or the fact they were over it) in the second part of the session; Dr's getting annoyed when they sat and their knee hit me, someone kicking the stool out from under me that I was resting my arms on within 3 seconds of being asked to sit up etc. I didn't meet Dr. Sethi until the next morning and Dr. Bansal spent about 30 mins in the room out of the 8 hour surgery. I think she only placed a very small number of grafts in the hairline at the very end Only about 30-40% of grafts implanted were done while simultaneously extracted - their 'Direct Hair Transplant' technique. The rest seemed like a normal FUE - grafts were extracted, stored then implanted Further to the above, I then took a high quality photo, loaded it into Photoshop, downloaded a click counter and counted all of the grafts on one half of my head. I might have missed a few, but there were about 20 extra clicks counted, so it's fairly close I'd say: 1,265 grafts on one side. Doubled equals 2,530. What do you guys think? Anywayyy, regardless of all of the cons, the work looks great and time will tell if the results offset the cons. Post-op care I've been following instructions as instructed - saline spry, betadine, fucidin cream etc. I'm experimenting a bit, though. I'm taking a peptide called BPC 157 which heals tissue very quickly, upregulates GH receptors in damaged tissue and upregulates red blood cell proliferation. I've also got Fin coming in the mail tomorrow and some Biotin by the end of the week.
  17. Based on my experience with an online consult with Dr. Bhatti he seems like a very ethical and stand up guy. I think you’re in great hands. Good luck with the growing
  18. Hello all I am considering doing my first ht surgery at Dr. Bhatti Clinic. I need to take my final decision. So, what is your opinion? What are his pros and cons? What are your opinion in his results? Are the poor results too many? What his patients often complain of? Did any one complain from over-harvesting or poor density? Is he good at drawing the hair line? Is his staff qualified enough especially at extracting the grafts? As everyone, I don't want my donor area to be damaged, especially that I may need another surgery in the future. Also, I want excellent density and natural hair line. In case you may recommend another doctor or clinic .. please recommend some one on the same price level. Thanks
  19. Patient: 25 years old Hair loss pattern: Type-3 HT technique used: FUE Number of scalp grafts planted: 1686 Areas covered: Hairline and temple points The "after" pictures are from 4 years post-op. This Patient is now 29 years old. Best regards, California Here is the link to the YouTube video:
  20. I'm having a little vent sorry for the vulgar language in the title. I am just livid right now that I got a horrific scar on the back of my head for life. I just had another FUE and I can see the severity of the heinous cut. I even had FUE beard grafts put into it by Dr. Bhatti but they are not near enough to make it covered after 5 days shaved. But it is better than it was so beard grafts can hide it somewhat. The skin is also indented inward, not sure if that is a normal closure or not.. My FUE I just got is already healed and the donor if fine. But gonna take weeks to cover this thing. What kills me much is my head looks good shaved and since I'm continuing to lose hair possible, I will never be able to just shave to one guard. I am going to look into going to a great FUT doctor later to see if I can get a better scar. The so-called "pencil thin scar"... is what I hope to achieve and then FUE into that and SMP. Then just maybe I can shave my head in the future. My advice to people is DO NOT GET A FUT TRANSPLANT. Start with FUE and if the donor runs out completely and you still want hair, then you can get a FUT.. The young guys are lucky the FUE is so perfected now and you can forgo FUT. Don't let a doctor tell you it's a pencil-thin scar. Just look at my scar courtesy of a Coalition doctor on this site. These photos are after 4 days from a shave. And beard grafts in the scar 3 years ago.
  21. Background: I am 31 years old North Indian working in Pune, have been losing hair for the past 5 years. I have tried using both Minoxidil and Finpecia for about a year and then stopped about 6 months back, as I just couldn't see myself doing it any further for the rest of my life. I'm not sure if it did stop my hair loss or helped regrow some of them, as there was nothing noticeable to my eye. Researching: I’m glad I found this forum, the forum provided me a vast data of other patient's doctor reviews and their HT journeys.After extensive reading for about 2 years, I decided to get a HT done, so it finally came down between Dr Bhatti and Dr Lorenzo, cost wasn’t an important factor, I believe in quality but Chandigarh City, being my home town and its much easier to meet Dr Bhatti and rest post HT, I opted for Dr Bhatti. Special thanks to Shera for his work on this forum. Email communication: I dropped an email to Dr. Bhatti around a month ago after getting his details from his website. He responded asking for some pics of my head. After seeing them, he estimated that I’d need around 1500 grafts for the front, 1000 grafts to cover my crown for a natural look as per my age. My hair other than the balding spot is reasonably thick, I have attached the before pictures to give a fair idea. I bombarded him with lot of questions and he responded to every single one of them and then finally fixed my HT for 16th April after an advance payment to block the date. Dr. Bhatti sent me a pre-OP instruction manual for me to go through. Do note, I did not opt for any hotel/guest house, as I have my own house in Chandigarh. Consultation: I landed at Chandigarh few days before my HT, as I had 14th April (Saturday) as my consultation date to discuss in person with Dr Bhatti at his newly built 5 River Hospital, Mohali to agree on hairline and get other blood tests done as part of pre-op. I gave my blood sample at Amulya Labs, located on the ground floor of 5 Rivers Hospital itself. Dr Amulyajit - she is Dr Bhatti’s wife, Dr Sharin (I think I might have misspelt her name) and Alex at the reception were really kind and caring and walked me through all the tests that I needed. They mentioned the reports will be sent over by email the same day (but for some reason I did not receive it) After Dr Bhatti examined me in person at 10:45am, I was told I would need 1000 grafts for the front and 1200 grafts for my crown. He drew me a hairline which was much lower than I was expecting, but he said it would look better on my face. I consulted with my parents who were with me, we agreed on the hairline but he still asked me to think it over the weekend before HT day. I was given few tablets that I needed to take a night before the HT (they were anti Anxiety, anti acid and another one which I don’t remember what it was for) and was asked to have only milk or juice and be ready at 7.30 AM for the pickup from my home. HT - Day 1: I was picked up by clinic driver Mr. Chanchal (he drove well and was fun to talk with as well) at 7:30am today. On reaching the clinic, I was made to change into OT clothes and deposit my valuable items like phone, cards etc. I had to sign few papers and pay approx. 80% before the operation (they do accept cards). A guy (didn’t get his name) tested me by inserting sample dose of antibiotic via needle in my hand to check if Im not allergic. I then reviewed the new hairline with Dr Bhatti for the final time before he trimmed my hair (a moment of shock to see myself bald for the first time, but to be honest didn’t look to bad ). On asking Dr Bhatti that I did not receive the lab report, he did mention the lab reports were all okay and we are good to proceed. Procedure started around 9am after injecting anaesthesia to my donor area, Dr Bhatti proceeded to harvest my grafts from the donor area. The harvesting machine drilled into my semi-numb scalp and the doctor extracted the grafts – which was not completely painless unfortunately (In my case the anaesthesia did not work in some part of my scalp even after increasing the dosage, this has happened with me before in my only other operation (tonsillitis)- that’s just my sour relation with anaesthesia smh). During harvesting, Dr Bhatti tried to strike a conversation to help me divert my mine, but the drill was still sort of painful but I was strong enough to bear it. After Harvesting was completed around 11’ish, my donor area was bandaged, we took a break for breakfast. Ate sandwich with juice (yummy) along with a toilet break. After breakfast, Dr Bhatti resumed in punching holes in my upper forehead (not sure about the technical term for it) for my hairline, which took quite a while before Plantation of the grafts was done by his staff, a total of 4 nurses (from what I could make out) – Sonam, Ankush, Manpreet and the other did not have a visible name tally. But the nurse staff was really kind and caring and kept on checking with me in between If Im okay, we had punjabi radio station in the background. I was not chatty due to the pain. After the plantation for my hairline was completed, we took lunch break around 2:15pm. I was given a Pizza and coke. FYI, Pizza preference was noted before the surgery started. Post lunch around 2:45pm, Dr Bhatti came back, this time for punching holes in my crown area (which btw did hurt) and then once he was done with it, the nursing staff took over for planting the grafts on my crown. Arushi came to check on me between the procedure, stating that it shouldn’t take much longer and Im almost at the end of it. The procedure finally finished around 4:30pm After the surgery was completed, Sonam took me in-front of a mirror and a chair, where Dr Bhatti came and explained me on how to use the saline lotion, antiseptic spray before wearing the bandana etc. He then changed my dressing for the donor area. Was again handed couple of tablets including pain killer for the first day and was asked to visit the clinic the next day at 9:30am for changing my dressing. Dr Bhatti would then explain me on how to take care of myself thereafter. Before leaving Shalini then asked one of the guy to make me some tea, which I had. after which I changed into my normal clothes. Was handed over my personal belongings. I forgot to take note of the number of singles, doubles and triples, will remember to do that tomorrow. I now have to manage day one which is critical, so far so good just got a bit of swelling on my forehead and it hurts if I touch it. Will keep this post updated. Wish me luck guys
  22. All, Thanks to all who helped me with their feedback and even by sharing their experiences. I have scheduled my procedure with Dr. Bhatti on Dec 7 2017, which is tomorrow. I'm anxious but excited at the same time. As you all know, I communicated with lots of Doc's and there was a separate thread on that http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/188136-need-suggestion-planning-hair-transplant-soon.html After carefully reviewing their recommendations, I have decided to go with Dr. Bhatti. Thanks to Shera and David for their timely and valuable support. Day -1 I flew on 5th to India and 6th to Chandigarh, Dr,Bhatti's driver picked me up from the airport and took us to the clinic where all the formalities before the procedure are taken care. I had my consultation with the doc. We worked on the hairline and revisited the grafts recommendation. It would be somewhere around 2200-2500. Day 0 Its almost 3:30 am here and waiting to be picked up by the driver at 6:30...I will keep you guys updated.... Thanks all again.
  23. Hairs, I’m not sure what makes you think this procedure looks like old time hair plugs however, this is not true at all. If you aren’t aware, in most cases, Indian hair is often thicker than Caucasian hair and as a result, larger incisions are necessary to hold the grafts. Otherwise, they would be popping out. I think if you look at Dr. Bhatti’s results overall, you will see that he has a proven track record of producing excellent results. Not only that, but if you look at incisions made on other Indian scallops by other leading hair restoration surgeons, you will see that what you see in this case is very common. What out of people only have a little bit of information and education and as they say, a little bit of information is dangerous. Because you know just enough to make comments that could really harm someone but the information you have isn’t complete. Sure, on a Caucasian scalp this might look inappropriate, but this is very common on Indian scalps. I do hope that your comments are just due to a lack of some information and aren’t like the other poster above who seems to have an agenda against the surgeon. Best wishes, Bill
  24. Lt. Dangle, I’m not sure exactly who you are or what your agenda is however, Dr. Bhatti been producing outstanding results for years and has demonstrated this since he’s been approved for recommendation by this community based on high standards. To address your concerns about the crown, I disagree. For starters, the grafts or not spaced that far apart however, you are right - It won’t result in that much density. However, consider the facts. The patient is only 31 years of age and has been losing hair for the last five years. Frankly, it would be responsible for the surgeon to densely packed grafts in such a small area of the crown when it is likely to expand. Have you ever heard of the halo effect? If this patient’s hair loss continues, it is much better that he has more grafts available in the donor area for transplanting with a slightly thinner crown so that he doesn’t end up with a big dense patch of hair in the middle of his crown with hair loss all around it. Also, considering all you see is scabs at this point, how can you even evaluate the hairline design? You are causing unnecessary distress to the patient. However, your contempt for this particular surgeon is uncanny and it makes it look like you have an agenda especially when he has a proven track record of producing excellent results on this community. I have already received a couple complaints about your postings, some from the clinic and some from other patient members. If I see that this is not an isolated incident and you’re just going from post- to post bad mouthing this particular surgeon, then it will become evident to me that you have an agenda and I will have to take action to prevent you from ongoing trolling. Best wishes, Bill
  25. Patient: 24 years old Previous HT at another Clinic: At age 22 Grafts planted during the previous transplant: 2895 Problem: Poor growth & over harvested scalp donor. Availability of donor grafts presented a dilemma. Dr. Bhatti planted 1345 scalp grafts (FUE) to improve the density. Balding has since progressed. Link to YouTube video Best regards, California
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