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  1. SKIP TO “*******************” FOR RESULTS LONG BACKGROUND STORY WARNING My journey began when I saw the reddit post: https://i.redd.it/0k9i3r8myk001.jpg . In the comments, I found the link to a poster (who I won’t link, but you could find it yourself) who mentioned that results like Elon had are not only possible, he had one. I went down the rabbit hole. I saw the results that are possible, and common. Quick background: My hairline was receding since I first noticed it at ~15. It wasn’t bad, but I never felt comfortable with my hair short. I noticed acceleration into my early 20s, but I knew it was too early to do anything about it. All of the common advice was to let it develop, and worry about it then. I researched HT when I was 22/23, and google showed me horror stories of 19-year-olds mutilating their scalp with an aggressive hairline and constantly adding more after the fact. I resigned to waiting and seeing. After a few years, the recession stabilized when I was 25/26. I had not known about this site, and so I tried to use Nioxin and minoxidil from Costco, hoping to permanently slow and possibly reverse the hairloss. It didn’t do a great deal. Minoxidil did function like a hair product that kept a shape. I was content to brush my hair to the side, and as long as my SO said I looked fine, I didn’t think much of it. I was never in denial about my hair loss, but like I said, it didn’t seem that bad. My view completely changed when I was at a tailor for a suit. Looking at an angle in that 3-pane mirror, I saw myself from the side. My hair looked like it was drawn on top of my head, rather than coming from my head. I felt vulnerable and embarrassed. I decided to seriously look into a HT. After researching FUE vs FUT, I saw the clear benefits of FUE (very similar to LASIK vs PRK in my opinion) I researched the most recommended doctors, and contacted him. Long story short is: He wanted to do a mix of FUT & FUE. I told him I only wanted FUE. He insisted but conceded. He gave me the quote for 2500 grafts. I view HT as a permanent body modification. Anyone that has ever gotten a tattoo knows that it isn’t the price you pay for a tattoo, it is the artist you get the tattoo from. No one brags about how much they spent, it’s about who the artist was. After brooding on the uneasy feeling of “convincing” an artist of my perspective HT to do an art piece he didn’t want to do, I researched more FUE-only doctors. This is the search that led me to Dr. Bhatti. Long story short again: He told me I needed ~2500 grafts as well. I was contacting both doctors in May 2018. I know that great artists are in high demand, and before I asked if he was available (NOT how much it cost). I told my SO that I was willing to pay double (my local price) for an artist whose portfolio I could see, and whose name I could trust (thanks to this site) if he had availability in Dec/Jan 2019. I was planning on using this time away from college to take a “vacation” where I could get the surgery and recover. Dr. Bhatti said he was available during early Jan, and I immediately booked an appointment with a deposit. Dr. Bhatti’s quote was less than the first quote I received. This was a bonus, not the reason I went to Darling Buds. Obviously I chose to go abroad for the procedure due to costs. I don’t want to compile “unnecessary” costs. I want to be clear that it was a choice of artist. I watched airline prices, and eventually booked my tickets. Booked Lax to Del in September for $456.31 and Del to IXC for $78.01, $534.32 USD round trip total. I am pretty good at finding deals, and am happy to write a post about it if enough ask, if it hasn’t been posted elsewhere. I’ll skip the common details most posters make about travel etc. When I arrived to Dr. Bhatti’s office, I felt that I was at a safe and clean environment. I thought it was all very professional and systematic in following the procedure of bloodwork, paperwork, etc. I really appreciated the one on one time with Dr. Bhatti in drawing my hairline and him giving me time to reflect (no pun intended) on the new hairline. I thought his hairline was ABSOLUTELY natural, and matched completely what I thought would restore my ~12 year old self’s hairline. I told Dr. Bhatti that I was considering lowering it further, (because why not?!). After years of hearing forehead and balding jokes, I think we all get a little defensive and never want to be in that same position, if we can avoid it. HT seems to be the best place to ensure it doesn’t happen again. So I told him what I though, and he said it may not look natural, but he would do it if I wanted it. He told me to consider it, and he would redraw the hairline the next day, the day of the procedure, and we would decide then. I showed my mom what I was considering and she said that I should go with the marker, Dr. Bhatti’s proposal. I arrived the next day and in full conviction, happily chose Dr. Bhatti’s recommendation. ************************************** Single: 271 Double: 1268 Triple: 1013 Front transplanted: 2193 Left temple: 186 Right temple: 173 (I am happy to have it broken down to me in that manner. Temples exposed expedited my HT journey, so it is nice to see how many went to that mission.) I always followed the post care instructions Dr. Bhatti’s office provides. The procedure didn’t hurt. When I felt uncomfortable, I told Dr. Bhatti. He then gave me more local antiesthetic. Side note, I only took a few of the pain pills for post op. My scalp was numb, and I didn’t need it. I had no issues in the 3 days post op. I flew on the 4th day. My face swelled during the air travel, not too horrifying, but pretty bad. I was worried about being questioned by US customs when I arrived in LAX. No problem. I was worried about a rental car I rented later in the day, again, no issues. I didn’t take photos. The swelling went away gradually, but was gone after 3 days, no problem (I expected this thanks to this site! I always checked on here to see if others had similar issues). Picture curation is mostly chronological (I hope). Orange Line is "generally" what I was thinking. Just a rough idea of an "aggressive approach" I ultimately did not pursue. Last photo is 72 hours post. Didn't take a post donor pic due to not trying to make myself contort as well as not making my SO look at the carnage!
  2. Other than Dr. Bhatti, what are the good options for an FUE in Delhi or Chandigarh? How's Reviva Clinic in Chandigarh (Dr. Sohi)? How's Neograft? (Dr. Nav Vikram Kamboj?)
  3. Hi everyone. I would like to share my experience thus far with my FUE procedure with Dr. Bhatti I had done on May 1st. Here is a summary of what I've experienced thus far. April 28 - 30 Flew from the US to Chandigarh, India and arrived at the hotel 30 hours later and after a short 2 hour nap had my pre op consultation with Dr. Bhatti. May 1st Had my procedure. Came in around 9am and left sometime in the early evening. There was minimal pain during the operation and Dr. Bhatti and his staff were all very professional and accommodating. As recommended by Dr. Bhatti I returned to the hotel wearing an oversized baseball cap but unfortunately I looks like I put it on wrong and noticed a couple grafts lost in the hat when I took it off at the hotel. May 2 - May 6 I reserved my hotel for a week in India because it is a long flight back to the US and I wanted to give the grafts as much time as possible to root out of fear during travel the would get bumped or the cap would pull them out. I followed Dr. Bhattis pos op regimin and sprayed my head with the saline solution and carefully pat washed my hair with the clothes and shampoo given to me. May 7 I returned to the US. I was asked to remove my cap at every security checkpoint, India, Germany and the US. In India and Germany I told the border control that my doctor recommend me leave the cap on and they were fine with that. In the US I just lifted my cap for a few seconds because I was tired and US immigration officials are more difficult to deal with and at that point I just wanted to get home. May 8 - May 12 Crusts had formed over the trip home since the scalp became a bit dry. I followed Dr. Bhatti's shampooing procedure just blotting the hair with a damp clothe and rinsing with a cup of water poured over my head. I needed to return to work on the 11th so I started lightly massaging the crusts off on day 10(May 10) and by day 12 most of them had come off. I returned to work on Monday the 11th. Some people definitely knew what I had done, some just said "oh you got a haircut on your vacation?". My scalp was pretty red and the hairs were different length from the native hair so it looked a bit patchy and odd. Whatever though, I have bills to pay and thankfully nobody directly confronted me on it since I work in a pretty corporate environment. May - 13 - May 18 Scabs and crusts all gone by this point. Scalp redness slowly seems to be improving. Much better in natural light than fluorescent lighting. Hair actually doesn't look bad but the hairline seems to look a lot better than the crown. There are bald spots near the crown that were shaved that don't seem to be growing and I'm concerned at the density of the crown once it starts growing but trying not to get too worried. May 19 - May 22 Recipient hair beginning to shed rapidly. Hairline beginning to look sparse and I can clearly see my old hairline now. Scalp still pink. I put aloe, distilled witch hazel and emu oil on the donor and recipient areas twice daily. I also take biotin, finasteride 1mg and 2% Minoxidil daily. Things looking pretty bad at the moment especially the odd shaved areas. I'm also concerned that there were no grafts placed in the center where the hairline meets the crown as that area was thinning pretty severely pre op. Preop Day 2 Day 10 and 12
  4. 3.5 months ago I went to Dr. Bhatti for a combination head, beard, and chest hair FUE. I can only comment on my results thus far, but as of now I am happy with the results and hoping there are more to come. This point has already been alluded to by Shera and I will reiterate. You can take the best surgeon in the world in his/her respective specialty and see outcomes that did not match the initial expectations. It is the nature of medicine. There are no guarantees with any medical procedure. Why would any reputable transplant surgeon give money back to customers because the outcome was subpar? We are talking about something that is subjective and hard to quantify. I am not trying to reduce the OP's concerns, but for the degree of hair loss and the amount of grafts harvested you can't expect it to be a one and done type of procedure. When I went to Dr. Bhatti, I was already planning the next procedure in my head because I knew my ultimate goal and I was realistic in what was needed to achieve it. The OP talks about grafts growing straight up in a "kinky" fashion. What does the original poster think that beard hair is going to do? It is not going to lay perfect like head hair. Over time it will be less obvious, but that takes patience. Also, I read where the original poster said that they can take all of his beard hair because he doesn't like shaving. From my understanding, that is the opposite sentiment that he should have. He would actually be better served growing out his beard to hide any possible scarring, even if minimal. I think I had approximately 700 beard grafts harvested and I can tell you, without a doubt, the majority are growing like a chia pet. I plan on getting at the very least 700 more harvested. The spot where Dr. Bhatti took the grafts shows a very slight thinner appearance than the other portions of my beard and there is no way you would ever notice if I didn't tell you to look. Overall, I am very happy with how Dr. Bhatti treated me and will definitely be going back to him in the future. In fact, my year month mark will be in October and hope that I can have my 2nd procedure with Dr. Bhatti at that time. I came to the discussion forum to search for something that can control an itchy scalp. I purchased generic Scalpicin and started applying it yesterday. I wanted to make sure this was not going to compromise results. I clicked on the patient results section and this was the first thread I saw and I felt compelled to write. If all my grafts stopped growing tomorrow, there is no way I would ever ask for a refund because I understand the high variability from person to person to any cosmetic procedure, especially something so particular of graft harvesting and transplantation. We aren't discussing breast augmentations. We are talking about a highly meticulous procedure with an unmeasurable amount of variables, including patient post-op care, that can determine the quality of the outcome. The thought of creating perfect results for everyone that undergoes a hair transplant is unrealistic and will never happen, regardless of the surgeon. We should all be thankful of surgeons like Dr. Bhatti willing to explore possibilities like using beard and chest hair at a very reasonable price. For that, I am grateful and may the outcome of my results rest on the chemistry of my DNA. Please excuse any grammatical errors. I don't have time to proof read.
  5. Hi Baldlives, There are many surgeries that do not produce the desired result, many life determining ones too that are carried out at great expense, especially in your native US. I wonder if these patients get full refunds if things don't work out as planned? With other goods and services we consumers purchase and feel are not quite up to our expectations, do we ever get full refunds? In the case of the patient Techie you will see that myself and my US colleague California reached out to the patient at an early stage. The patient actually never did have any dialogue with me. Moving onto the surgery itself, it would have been carried out exactly the same as mine just 7 months prior and I'm yet to see a result nearly 5 years down the line that comes even close to mine considering the number of grafts used. So why did the surgery fail? I'm sure you are aware being an ex and current patient yourself that many factors besides the surgery itself can determine an end result. Amongst other factors, a patient's own physiology comes into play and a patient's own state of mind in my opinion. In this case, the patient does highlight that he was pretty stressed with work. Hair transplant surgery besides, is this the right frame of mind to recover from any surgery? Should a surgeon that has performed a near perfect surgery be penalised for factors out of his/her own control? Is the offer for free repeat surgery not already a generous gesture? The patient himself refers to the other poster husqvarnawrk as being present at the clinic and having his surgery the previous day, well here's a link to his own review, https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/41858-dr-bhatti-1500-fue-on-crown-29th-april-2015/ The exact same high level of care and surgical protocols would have been used for both surgeries. As for not trusting the Doc who gave him a bad result, in the patients own words, "Overall impression is everyone there including Dr. Bhatti are both very personable as well as professional. I felt extremely comfortable the whole time" Ultimately if a patient declines a free surgery with the Dr who gave him a bad result and decides to go with another surgeon who has in all likelihood given other patients bad results then that's really their prerogative. Unless of course that particular surgeon has a 100% success record!
  6. "Accepting full responsibility" should include an offer of a refund. Why would the patient be required to trust the doc who gave him a bad result to fix it? Not throwing shade at Dr. Bhatti specifically, more of a general comment.
  7. Hello guys, First of all I want to kudos to you guys for your immense help in updating your stories, providing knowledge to us about hair transplant. Background: I am 25, just started working was facing hair loss from around 5 years back. I devastated and always felt inferior in front of my fellow friends. I was very outgoing and social but as most of you have known , Hair loss kills all of that. I have MPB, since one of my maternal uncle is bald, also my dad is receeding. Plus, I have a big forehead, which further makes it look more bad. But I guess since I am taking fins and applying min to my hair since long, I have only receeded in my hairline and not on the crown or centre. I started researching about hair transplants and finally zeroed down to Dr.Bhatti. I believe he is the best surgeon in India and his efficiency is maximum in terms of results Medications: currently I am currently taking finasteride 1mg and minoxidil for around 5 years. Before and on the day of surgery: I exchanged some good amount of mails with Dr.Bhatti and we came to my hairline design and decided date of the procedure. I was all geared up, between my office times, I used to research more and more of HT's. My browsing time of Stack overflow and social networks changed completely to HRN forum. There was just one thing in my browsing history, which was hair. His representatives "California and Shera" were very very helpful, like even reply at times when you expect least. They have a great deal of knowledge being HT patients themselves and they would clear every minute of your doubts that too multiple times. That includes pre and post op queries. Anyways here comes the big day, I got up got ready took a shower, Dr,Bhatti's driver came to pick me up and went to the clinic. I changed into their clothes and Dr.Bhatti drew the final hairline, we agreed on that and he shaved my head. Then the process of harvesting started. I had some pain when the anesthesia was being given locally to me, but apart from that there was not much pain. Dr.Bhatti did the harvesting and his staff counted the grafts. He came in again and then reharvested the grafts. upon the final count, he assessed that to attain maximum density even 2000 was not enough for that area, so he harvested 135 more grafts and the final count of grafts reached 2135. After that he went away, I had lunch (they would ask you to preorder a pizza from pizza hut). Then after that planting process started, where three technicians were planting the grafts, one was providing and two were planting. They were friendly as such, but until a point as I guess I started asking too many questions Dr.Bhatti was walking in to check on the progress sometimes. I stayed the next two days and now I am back in Boston, with a week to the surgery. Graft count : 2135 Triples : around 700 Doubles : around 1100 Singles : around 400 Since the members here are so senior and experienced, can you please comment on my procedure and what you all think. Thank you
  8. Hi GreatStan, I would like to here more about your experience with Dr. Bhatti... would you be able to go into greater detail about what happened? Also if you have any pictures can you please post them so we can have a look for you?
  9. 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.
  10. In Chandigarh meeting Dr.Bhatti for a followup. Any specific points you think I should raise with the doctor ?
  11. Hi HTN community. Thank you all for valuable information and support that I have received during my 1stFUE hair transplant with Eugenix. I am pretty much satisfied with my results, considering the fact that I was NW6 and had weak donor area. For my complete 1stHT journey you may click below link. https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/49922-6000-grafts-with-eugenix-gurgaon/?tab=comments#comment-461261 Now I am considering my 2nd hair transplant to cover my crown area which remained empty after 1stHT. As an informed patient, I mailed my pictures to few doctors including Dr. Bhatti to get second opinion. According to Dr. Bhatti there are not enough grafts left on my head to go for second procedure. Then I went to Eugenix to let DR. Pradeep physically examine by donor area. He was pretty confident that he can take out 1000 grafts from the back of my head and 1000 to 1500 grafts from my beard to give decent coverage to my crown area. I was thrilled. Soon I will be going for my 2ndHT to be performed at Eugenix. Will keep you updated.
  12. Planning to do my 3rd HT with Dr. Koray Erdogan mid December (dates booked) . My 1st HT 2750 grafts (FUT) was with Dr Madhu in 2013, 2nd HT 1500 grafts (FUE) was with Dr Bhatti in 2015. Both were unshaven and hence the relatively low graft count. As you can see from the attached pics, my hair loss has deteriorated a lot over the past few years. I hide it well using concealers like Toppik, but am hoping for a permanent solution. Dr Bhatti mentioned he could extract only 1500-2000 grafts for the next HT, so started reviewing doctors who could potentially provide a higher graft count. As I was exploring different options last year and this year, 2 doctors were at the top of my list. First was Dr Hasson /Wong for FUT, and second was Dr Erdogan for FUE. I had an in person consultation with H&W representative in Americas, and he said the doctor could extract upto 5000-5500 grafts over 2 sessions (equal split) 6-12 months apart. The first H&W FUT surgery will yield only 2200-2500 grafts due to the scar tissue from the first FUT from Dr Madhu. The second HT would mostly be a FUE. While I was happy with the graft count, splitting the surgery into 2 wasn't ideal. The second option was Dr Erdogan, who is well known for his extremely high graft count. I was pleasantly surprised (shocked?) by his high graft quote of 5000 grafts. I was also extremely impressed with his results. I know there are few threads that cast doubts over his results, but the overwhelming body of work that is extremely impressive is difficult to ignore. Looking forward to my HT in 2 weeks. Will update the forum with my experiences and results. If anyone has any feedback, comments, tips or questions, please do let me know. Fingers crossed !!!
  13. Hi Guys, Intro: I am 32 years old and have been reading up on this forum for the past 5 years or so but have never posted . Now that i have gone through a HT procedure i would like to post my results for your opinions and will be updating from time to time. I have always had a high forehead since childhood but noticed my hairline receding when i was around 20. I had been wanting to get a HT from the time i was 24 but waited it out since i it was still bearable to me and was not in a great hurry also i dont think that my hairloss was too much at the time and it has been receding very slowly. I have never taken any medicines or ointments to stop hair loss. Anyway after years of reading up on different forums online and doing my research i finally narrowed down to Dr. Tejinder Bhatti at Darling Buds clinic and booked an appointment for the 3rd of February 2016 which is today as i am writing this post from my hotel room after the surgery! Meeting with Dr Bhatti : On meeting Dr Bhatti the evening prior to surgery for consultation he recommended that i go for between 1200-1300 grafts but on my insistence he agreed for 1500 since i think my hairloss rate is acceptable for my age at 32 and wanted the lowest hairline for my HT. I will be going in for my Post procedure wash tomorrow morning and then heading back to delhi in the afternoon . I will keep posting updates on my result so please feel free to give your opinions and any questions u might have!
  14. This 32 years old patient came to Dr Bhatti to have previous work done elsewhere repaired. The repair session Including relocated grafts and 722 grafts were used to redefine his new hairline behind previously planted areas. Please find pictures after 12 months when he returned for follow ups and requesting for lowering the hairline as very happy with his repair procedure with Dr. Bhatti and his team! Pre Op Immediately post op 12 months post op https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaP4BN7ydhc
  15. Rawkerboi

    Dr Bhatti Vs Eugenix

    We all know Dr.Bhatti cost of HT as it is very well mentioned in his website but how much does Eugenix charges?
  16. bruce90

    Dr Bhatti Vs Eugenix

    I honestly don't know why its so difficult to find a good hair transplant surgeon. If I knew for certain I could pay a reasonable price and get a good job done then I would probably have done this already but even most of the recommended surgeons on here seem to have a lot of bad cases. I was very close to booking with Dr. Bhatti and ended up sending him an email to clear up some last minute concerns about the procedure and pretty much got no response from him so I've essentially crossed him of my list now. I am still considering Eugenix but they are a little on the expensive side for an Indian clinic (which I don't mind if I knew the results would be certain but I still have a few doubts about them).They have a lot of good cases recently but I feel like they just don't have as much history here as other hair transplant doctors. As of now I haven't found any cases where the results were negative but I feel for me to know for sure I would have to wait a couple years and see how consistent they are. The two biggest concerns I have are: 1) Over-harvesting of donor area (having a damaged look from doctors extracting the grafts improperly leading to a patchy looking donor area). 2) Having unnatural looking hairline - I would want transplant to match density of existing hair (I've seen too many sparse and wiry looking hairlines done by doctors recently).
  17. Actually, I asked questions about the planning of the procedure. Similar to the ones asked by me and many others in hundreds of threads (like the mentioned thread of Dr. Bhatti). To ask such questions is one of the main reasons this forum exists, isn't it? I never mentioned Asmed in this thread, neither did I go to Asmed myself, nor do I recommend going to Asmed. This is kind of an obsession by you. Also I never said that the work (craftmanship) itself was poor in this particular case, nor was there a negative comment about the result. Even though it is hard to judge the details on the latest pics. By the way, there are more clinics like Keser in turkey using the "doc only" approach which have produced great results: HLC or Kaan for example. I rather would like not to "speak" with someone using such "negative generalizations" about an entire country. Not sure what your agenda is. For some reasons this thread seems to be "special", therefore I again take a break posting and wait for the final result. Happy growing to the TO again.
  18. Thanks for the reply. I have seen Dr. Keser's work and agree it is very impressive but unfortunately outside my price range. Cinik seem to have some good results on this website however the examples on his own website were not that great and I'm also wondering why he is not recommended on this network which I highly value. I think there is a few good Doctors in India and Bhatti is impressive however I really do not like the sponsored advocates pushing his case on this network, I've seen in previous threads and in response to my own posts including this one. It's nothing against them it's just I prefer strict impartiality.
  19. Hello all! I've been reading this forum for a few months now, and I've finally decided to take my case to Dr.Bhatti, and this was after extensive research online and following this very network. I'm 24, I know this might sound early but I'm not looking to lower my hairline - I'm only looking to fill in my corners and temples. I spoke to Dr.Bhatti over email about my case and he estimates around 1200 grafts to fill in the same areas. I haven't had extensive hair loss, genetic or otherwise, I suspect that a bad lifestyle & stress factors played a major role in me losing hair from about 2 years. Ever since I started eating and sleeping well, things have drastically come under control. Would love to hear this forum's comments/suggestions. I know that Dr.Bhatti's representatives are here too, I'm looking forward to hearing from them as well. Please find pictures attached. Also, could any of Dr.Bhatti's patients guide me on where I could find affordable stay? Regards!
  20. budhair

    Dr Bhatti Vs Eugenix

    Lucky for you to be on NW3 stage at this point. I am sure you will have great hairline after the procedure. Both the surgeons are recommended on this forum and I am sure that because of their credibility. As far as results goes it may vary from patient to patient depending upon quality and health of donor grafts. Apart from results, while chosing one among two, also take into consideration other factors like how easily you can communicate with your surgeon, cost of surgery, distance of the clinic. I chose Eugenix for both of my procedures after taking into consideration above factors and of course because I was NW7 and needed lots of beard grafts which Dr. Bhatti was not comfortable with. Best of luck.
  21. bruce90

    Dr Bhatti Vs Eugenix

    Also would like to know if anyone has seen any negative results from Eugenix on this forum so far? Was looking and haven't seen anything too troubling. I have seen on their website that they use a method of FUE called Direct Hair Transplant. I'm wondering how much of a difference does this make for results and how does this compare to Dr. Bhatti's methods? Does anyone know if Dr Bhatti still uses scalpels during his FUE procedure?
  22. bruce90

    Dr Bhatti Vs Eugenix

    I ended up sending photo's to both clinics. I have norwood 3 level balding and my main concern is restoring my hairline as it has receded over the years. Dr. Bhatti quoted me 2200 grafts and Eugenix quoted me 2000 grafts. My main concern is natural looking hair line and I would need the density to match my existing hair as the rest of my hair is still pretty thick and dense. Unfortunately saw a thread a few weeks ago where 2 or 3 guys are all saying that Dr Bhatti's hair transplant was lacking density. I'll attach a couple pictures if anyone wants to see how my hair currently looks.
  23. budhair

    Dr Bhatti Vs Eugenix

    Hi bruce90 Did you send your pics to both the doctors to assess how many grafts and sittings you will be requiring? It will be important as Dr. Bhatti generally do not perform more than 2000-2500 grafts per sitting.
  24. 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
  25. 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.
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