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  1. 1st time posting here. i've been losing hair since i was 20, did my 1st HT FUT in 2013 for 1500 grafts, then 2nd FUE HT with a well known surgeon in Beverly hills for 2000 grafts in Dec 2018. its been around 18 months since i had that 2nd procedure and id say i'm about 60% satisfied with the front. I was told by that Dr. that i would need a 3rd procedure to fill the mid and crown which i planned to do. However after seeing the results with this doctor, i'm not prepared to spend a ton of money for another 2000 grafts as he suggested that won't achieve my goals. There appear to be areas like my right side hairline that are see through and right in the middle front where i feel like he didn't put any grafts or nothing grew. After consulting with a few doctors, i was told i am a repair case. I do want to note, i was advised to take FIN and i did not as i was scared of the sides and i did continue to lose more hair in the mid/crown. I plan on starting FIN 1 mg a day or every other day. when i do my 3rd HT after talking to numerous people and doctors. I started looking at doctors in Turkey (Pekiner, HLC, Demirsoy, ASMED, Hair transplant of Istanbul, then India (bhatti, Suneet Soni) and i also reached out to Couto, Lorenzo, Ferreira of Spain/Portugal. Dr. Couto is unfortunately not accepting any consultations at the moment. I found some decent results on some Brazilian doctors, has anyone on hear have good experience with them? I recently saw Thiago BIanco Leal and they look solid too. Turkish clinic i short listed was Pekiner who advised me 4000 grafts (2000 from BHT). I wasn't expecting to take that many grafts from beard/chest at least in my 3rd HT. i know that yields on BHT is lower than scalp. For India, Soni said i would also need 4000 grafts but max 2500 via FUE and 1500 grafts with FUT. This was the first time i was introduced by a doctor of combining FUT+FUE. I'm not looking to have a 2nd linear scar. Bhatti said i only have 2200-2500 grafts available and thats all i need for the crown. Dr. Ferreira's clinic gave me a detailed assessment/plan and Dr. Ferreira personally emailed me saying i would need 4000 grafts to fill my mid/crown and do another procedure 5 months from then to repair donor scar and touch up hairline as its a bit see through. He mentioned my donor looks good for 4000 grafts, my previous doctor also mentioned that after my 2nd HT.
  2. Hey everyone, I thought I would share with everyone my hair transplant experience. Background: I started noticing my hair slowly thinning at 20-21 years old but I was fortunately lucky that it was going quite slow, I knew that I was going to lose my hair to a degree as most of the men in my family experience a degree of hair loss. For years I was in denial about my genetic hair loss and wrote it off as traction alopecia (As I sikh I had worn a top knot as a child up until my late teens), until my aunt had pointed out that my hair was thinning when i was around 24 years old , an innocent comment in her eyes but a freak out ensued. I had started looking on reddit about hair loss prevention methods and taking hundreds of photos of my head daily trying to justify that I was losing my hair. Eventually I accepted my fate and said that I would combat it however I could. I started "The big 3" - fin,min, and niz in combination of microneedling a little over a year ago (Age 25). Eventually my hair did get a little thicker and stopped falling out, my hair loss had stabilized and I still wasn't happy. I started looking at getting a hair transplant and seeing what the costs were. The expenses were out of my budget in North America so I had looked at doctors in India and Turkey. I had seen video's of Dr. Bhatti on youtube, seeing both Punjabi celebrities and hair transplant channels talk about his work. I later discovered him on forums and got to know that he was a trusted doctor and reading his FAQ's and transparency led me to contact Darling Buds for a consultation. Mind you, I did consult a few different doctors but being that I am of Indian descent I had reasoned that it would be a great excuse to visit my family and the motherland at the same time. I sent Darling Buds a message on Whatsapp and received a call from them hours later asking to provide my e-mail address and that the doctor would be in contact with me. The doctor specified that he would be in contact with me for the first 5 e-mails and afterwards his team would switch to speaking to me instead. Dr. Bhatti initially requested certain photos from angles in natural lighting and asked what kind of result I was wanting and expectations etc. After providing photo's, doctor Bhatti informed me that my procedure would require 2200-2500 grafts in the hairline, frontal scalp and temporal areas. I thanked the doctor and contemplated this decision for a few weeks, debriefed my girlfriend (Who did not care if I did this procedure or not) eventually deciding that I wanted to do this. I contacted the team about dates, hotels, and packages and eventually settled on everything. The communication of his team had exceeded my expectations and diminished my worries about going alone to India to have my head operated on. I was also provided instructions of do's and don'ts before a hair transplant (instructions about smoking, alcohol, medications etc.). Before the procedure: Dr. Bhatti's team had gotten my flight information and asked me to stay in touch with them a few days before my flight to ensure a smooth trip, I was sent a driver's phone number to stay in contact with. I messaged the driver upon arrival and there he was waiting at the gate with my name on it. I was provided water and snacks and taken to a nice hotel where everything was already booked for me to stay in. I was sent a message later in the morning that a driver would be coming around 10:30 and to be ready. The driver promptly picked me up and was taken to Dr. Bhatti's hospital. I was promptly offered a drink before meeting with Dr. Bhatti. Dr. Bhatti drew a hair line he recommended on my head and told me we would go from there. Needless to say I was happy with the hairline as it was lower than I had expected it. I let Dr. Bhatti know that he could move it up too if it would not be as dense, he insured me that he could do that but that I would have a great result regardless. He asked me to take photos and contemplate it over the night and that we could change the hairline If I so pleased. After the consultation a blood sample was taken and an ECG was performed. I was also provided further instructed by Shalini, the clinic's team lead on some pre care instructions and medications I needed to take the night before . The day of the operation: I was taken to the clinic/hospital in the morning where I was promptly changed, shaved and given anesthesia and provided a take out menu of a pizza place for lunch. Then Dr. Bhatti and his team performed the operation. I experienced minimal discomfort during the operation and was told to speak up about any pain if felt any. A lot of the details for me are a bit hazy because I was drifting in and out of sleep during the operation but after the extractions were done by Dr. Bhatti I had the pizza lunch and then the incisions were made and grafts were placed. I was then given some instructions for the night and some more medications to take. Post procedure: I was picked up by Dr. Bhatti' team again where the bandage on my donor area was removed and cleaned and Dr. Bhatti checked to see how everything looked once again. He then spoke to me about the operation and provided some tips/guidance himself and told me to keep in touch with him over the course of my recovery. I was then given a bunch of medications, shampoos, creams and lotions to utilized for the next few weeks as well as a FAQ booklet and written instructions of when to take meds and when to use each of the provided products. The great things was that the following days after the procedure I did have questions that my FAQ booklet could not answer and when I contacted the clinic via Whatsapp they answered my questions promptly. I ended up spending the next two weeks in India afterwards with my family without any issue. At day 14 the scabs were removed where there were some scabs with hair on it (Which is supposed to happen) and I am now left looking like I have a shaved head. All in all I would say that I'm pleased so far with the way thing's are looking and that this was the utmost professional experience. If anyone has any questions feel free to shoot me a message! I'll keep you guys updated throughout the year! Provided below are photos of my hair before the procedure, the hairline design, the day of the operation, and 2 weeks after the operation.
  3. Hi all, Will keep this as short as possible since I find long posts hard to digest myself. I have my HT with Dr. Bhatti (Darling Buds) on 6th December 2019. He had transplanted approx 3500 grafts, with 2400 at the hairline and front. And subsequently 1100 in the crown after a lunch break. I had met Dr. Bhatti a year prior to the op and while I had got the recommendation from this forum, I did not go through many of the disastrous results his patients have been putting up on this forum. I am now 6 months post op and the results have been extremely underwhelming. My biggest concern however as been from day Day 1, that the clinic decided to leave a spot bare at the midscalp. I noticed something was wrong right after the surgery and asked the doctor in my discussion with him the day after. The conversation went as follows: Me - I noticed a large spot has been left bare (Dr. Bhatti observes) Dr. Bhatti - We fell short of grafts Me - How can that be possible. After leaving this area bare, 1100 grafts were placed in the crown! (Dr. Bhatti give it another look) Dr. Bhatti - Don't worry, if you take Finasteride it will grow there (SPOILER ALERT - It did not) Now every subsequent month I wrote to the doctor with pictures to show that the area obviously did not have any growth. His response was to no worry and just keep on taking Finasteride. Which is of course did. After six months (show in the subsequent two pictures), when the area where no grafts were planted looked extremely disconnected from the rest, I asked him again why the clinic had decided to leave the area bare? His response again was that it was 'DUE TO A SHORTAGE OF GRAFTS' and that he will check his records. I had to remind him once again that this was not possible! Since hair was planted in the crown after leaving that area empty! Now that I have gone through many HT experiences on this forum and others, this has to be the first time I'm seeing a doctor falling short of grafts (even though in my case it wasn't really him falling short? And the experience of dealing with Dr. Bhatti post HT is an absolute nightmare. Has anyone here had a experience where the doctor leaves an area bare and moves to the crown? And then claim he fell short of graft? I have failed to get a clear and honest answer from Dr. Bhatti regarding this for six months now. He is asking me to come visit him. With the current COVID situation in India worsening that would obviously not be possible at the moment. In any case, I do believe he owes me an explaination to why the area was left bare and why he keeps insisting that he fell short of grafts when he clearly did not. The way the HT was conducted meant it was meant to be a failure from day 1. I am now reaching out to other doctors to get their perspective.
  4. I did also want to mention/acknowledge that I have read the last few big threads about Dr. Bhatti and some of the unprofessional/odd behavior of the Doctor and his reps on this forum. I made it pretty clear to Dr.Bhatti and his team that I have done my research regarding hair transplants, methods, expectations and results. I also made it known that I visited this forum as I showed that I wanted a result similar to another Bhatti poster himself (shoutout to @petroholic) and was looking for a similar result. I myself had a pretty good experience throughout my hair transplant and trip to India and there were no issues with communications (although I'm fluent in Punjabi/English/Hindi lol). I can answer any questions anyone has in regards to my experience. Cheers!
  5. Hello everyone. In this post I am going to give an overview about my prosedure which was on January 9th,2020. I have been waiting for that day for a long period of time. Before giving an idea about my prosedure I would like to describe why I selected doctor Tejinder bhatti. First of all, Dr. Bhatti's huge experience in this field. Secondly, I found no secrecy in the cost of ht procedure. I tried to contact with other ht clinic in India. But they were somehow trying to avoid that, was was asking my phone number so that they can call me and let me know. Thirdly, Dr bhatti has settled darling buds clinic in Chandigarh. This clinic is built with all the modern equipments which are required.Compared to other cities in India Chandigarh is very relaxing. Post operation is more smooth. The time when I book my procedure in August 2019, I contacted with Shera Who is the patient advisor of Dr.bhatti . He has been absolutely helpful from booking the procedure, then sending the confirmation message. And also all the hotel arrangements. I am staying at the first hotel. Which is quite close to the near market, airport and also to the clinic Pre op- 8th January 2019 On 8th January, I had my consultation with doctor bhatti. Dr told me that he will be recreating the hairline, and will address frontal part only.He draw the hairlineband I was okay with that. Clinic manager Shalini gave the medicines which I took in the dinner. Operation day - 9th January 2019 Driver picked me up at 7 o'clock from the hotel. My procedure is started approximately at 8:15. The process itself was absolutely smooth. The time when the anaesthesia was injecting, I felt pain apart from that there wasn't any pain I felt. My procedure was completed at 3:00 p.m. Total 2243 grafts were planted. They also provided lunch. What I liked was everyone basically knows what they are supposed to do. They knows their role properly. reason why I am not writing much about the procedure day because for me it was a very smooth experience. The next day driver took me the clinic again to change the dressing. And medicines and instructions were provided on that day. Today I went to the clinic again to change the dressing again. Single Graft- 343 Double grafts- 1013 Triple grafts - 887 Any thoughts ???
  6. While Harley Street Clinic is one of top ones as well in UK along with Dr. Reddy & Dr. Edward Ball, I would strongly advise against UK clinics. Generally what I found is they're estimating less grafts than other clinics in EU or Turkey/India as they know how expensive it is. Don't get me wrong, they can achieve great result with smaller amount of grafts, but In your case 2000 grafts won't do much I believe. You will still need to go for a touch up later on, while elsewhere you could get away by having only 1 procedure with around 3500-4000 grafts. (just my non-doctor opinion from many many observations). I would suggest Dr. Lorenzo if you can afford as he is undoubtedly one of the best in the world and will manage your donor well. Also worth looking into Dr. Ferreira like Portugal said. He is currently working with Dr. Lorenzo as well as in his own clinic in Portugal. I personally had procedure done with him earlier this year and so far I'm at 4.5 months and I'm extremely happy with both donor and recipient. If you want to reduce expenses a bit further look into Eugenix in India. They're producing quite great results. Dr. Bhatti in India is also a great surgeon know to produce amazing coverage with small amount of grafts (however, I'm not particularly a big fan of his hairlines), but his job on high NW is very good. There are quite a few amazing docs like Dr. Lupanzula, Dr. Couto, Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Maras etc. with slightly different approaches etc. It's really worth investing some time and learn more about all of them and understand why they're different between each other and which doctor is actually best for your particular case. Once you understand what exactly you need you will find surgeon who would suit your case the best.
  7. I have finally scheduled my transplantation at @Eugenix Hair Science for the 31st of May which is in 5 days. I will be sharing my experience in detail over here and tracking the progress on a biweekly basis after the first 2 weeks. Hopefully, this will help others in my situation understand the what the experience will involve. About Myself: I am 31 years old and have been gradually losing hair since I was around 19 – 20 years of age. Up till around 4 years ago, I could still fade my hair and it would look quite good even though it was receded quite a bit. I am now at a stage where I do need a hair transplant. Expectations: I am not trying to overly bring down my hairline or try to achieve how I looked 10 years ago. I am probably going to just bring down the front tip by 1 cm and the sides by around 2 to 2.5 cms. This should give me a mature hairline with more V shape than a U shape. Additionally, I want to leave enough grafts in the bank for future procedures as my hair loss is expected to slowly continue. Pre-operative preparations: Before booking my transplant at Eugenix, I consulted with a dermatologist. She examined my hair under magnification to confirm that I do not have folliculitis or diffused un-pattern Alopecia (thinning of the donor area). I have also been taking the following medication/Supplements: Vitamin D supplements (once a week for 4 weeks): My vitamin D levels are within normal range (This is a fat soluble vitamin and should not be taken unless you consult with a doctor). My dosage is just to give my body an extra push for the first 4 weeks and was deemed extremely safe by the doctor. Ferritin to bump up blood hemoglobin levels even though they are within the normal range. This dosage is also just to give an extra push for the first 4 weeks and was deemed safe by the doctor. B complex supplements: Been taking this for the past 4-6 months Fish oil supplements: Been taking this for the past 2+ years Finesteride for the last 2.5+ months, based on my initial consultation with the doctor and recommendation on this forumI will add MSM after my hair transplant once I can confirm it’s side effects and deem it safe for consumption Note: None of the above are necessary and should not matter too much in terms of end results. Research: I have been researching hair transplant clinics for the past 4 or 5 years and came very close to booking an appointment with Dr. Bhatti in 2016. After this, I was looking at Turkish clinics as al alternative and had a friend with very good results by Dr. Acar. Through my research, I eliminated turkey mainly because they seem to be doing too many transplants and it is very difficult to make sense of how some of the clinics can perform that many grafts in the time that they take to do them. It just felt a little risky. I checked and followed results from Realself, youtube and other online forums. Through the research, watching countless videos online and the patient results posted on HRN, I finally decided to go with Eugenix. I literally could not find a single bad result anywhere from them (Except one on HRN for someone who had quite bad shock loss) and the thing that struck me most is that Eugenix seems to be evolving and not just sticking to what is the norm. If you trace back to the first results that are on HRN, you will see that the technique that was used was FUE and the results themselves are great but not as impressive as we have come to expect from them in the past few years with the DHT technique. All my interactions with Dr. Arika, the Eugenix counselors and reading the patient experiences just made me feel like I could trust them with my procedure. Also, Dr. Arika and Dr. Sethi are AIIMS graduates. What you need to know is that AIIMS is probably the best medical institute in India. If you have grown up in India, you will know that it is extremely difficult to get into a medical college, let alone one that is as good as AIIMS. So basically, @Eugenix Hair Science had the qualifications, experience, outstanding results and seemed to be working consistently to keep getting even better. I really could not have asked for more. Appointment: My flight to Delhi lands on the 29th of May and my hair transplant is scheduled for the 31st of May. I opted for the comprehensive package based on the recommendation by the counselors and my procedure will be led by Dr. Arika. The transplantation is expected to involve around 2500 grafts. Special mention for @GabrielleN (Nelson) and @paddyirishman who has been super responsive and super helpful in addressing all my questions and making me comfortable with this whole procedure. Day of Arrival The flight landed about 15 minutes prior to the scheduled landing time on the 29th. I was able to get through the temperature checks fairly quickly and was picked up by Nelson (Counsellor) and Jaldhar (Driver) at the airport. The drive through Delhi to the clinic in Gurgaon was fairly short (30-40 minutes). Upon arrival at the clinic, I was asked to do a Covid test and my blood was taken for blood work. Post this, I was dropped off at the Hilton hotel. Eugenix usually accommodates it’s patients at the clinic itself but this was not available since the office staff were housed there in order to keep them safe and infection free during the Covid crisis. Surgery Day I was asked to be ready by 8 AM on the day of surgery and I preferred my surgery to start early since I wanted the surgery to be done earlier in the evening. I was picked up on time by Jaldhar and brought back to the clinic where Nelson was ready. We went into a room where I was requested to fill out a few forms, take a few medication and was tested to confirm that I was not allergic to Anesthesia. I was then asked to change into clothes that I would be wearing during the surgery. Post this, I was taken to the photography room where my head was photographed in a number of angles. The hairline was then drawn by Dr Arika and after a little it of tweaking, we had arrived at a conservative hairline which did not lower the hairline much but framed the face quite well. This was then photographed again, the head was partially trimmed in the recipient and donor areas and we proceeded to the operation room. I was first asked to lie down on my back while Dr Shishir administered the local anesthesia all over the recipient areas including the temple. I have always been weary and sensitive of needles and must say that the pricks were a little painful. Weirdly though, the pricks did not hurt much at the temples which is where I was warned it would hurt the most. Once it was confirmed that the area was numb, @Dr Arika Bansal went ahead and made the incisions. I was worried about shock loss due to transplanting grafts into areas that have existing hair and she allayed my fears saying that it should not happen since I was on Finasteride for over 3 months and that she would only make slits where there is quite some space between existing hair. Dr Arika works quite fast and she probably took a little over 30 to 40 minutes to make the 2500 slits in the frontal third of my head and the temples. The exact number of slits and how many were made in the temples are in the picture that I have attached. Once the slits were made, Dr Shishir proceeded to anesthetize the left side of the donor. Punching, extraction and implantation then started from this side of the donor, which was then followed up by the right side of the donor. Kabul, who is actually Dr Sethi’s brother performed all the punching using the motorized punch and moves quite quickly. All in all, around 800 grafts were extracted. The implantation takes longer than the extraction and went on around 1 hour longer after the extraction was completed. Once the extraction was completed, 2 technicians worked simultaneously on the implantation to minimize out of body time to maybe around 1 hour. During this 1 hour, there was no extraction taking place. I have to say that the technicians work like robots and seem to be very well trained in what they do. Throughout the whole procedure, they keep checking on you to confirm that you are not in pain and ask you if you require breaks. We then broke for lunch. The technicians and the doctor did tell me a couple of times that I have very good grafts (mota mota in Hindi which is fat fat) Post lunch, we were to focus on the back of the donor area from where majority of the grafts would be available. Dr Shishir anesthetized the back of the donor area, this was again followed by Kabul doing most of the punching while the technicians did the extractions, loading of grafts into implanters and implantation. The rest of the grafts were all extracted by around 5:15 PM while being simultaneously implanted. Again, due to the fact that the implantation takes longer than the extractions, the major portion of the implantations were not completed till around 7:40 PM. Post this, Dr Arika did the implantations of the temples and some portions of the hairlines. This took a lot longer than the rest of the implantations (for just 150 grafts) since Dr Arika wanted to place the grafts perfectly in the temples. Once these were placed, one of the technicians inserted them till the right depth. For the hairline and temples, the doubles and triples had to be split into singles since I did not have singles in the donor area. The entire transplant was completed at exactly 8:00 PM. Post this, the rest of the hair was trimmed and the transplanted area was cleaned and dressed up. I was quite concerned regarding the out of body time of the grafts during this second phase of the transplant since the grafts were out of the body for over 2.5 hours after the extractions were made. Dr. Arika and Dr. Sethi assured me that this will not be a problem and that my procedure went well. Dr. Arika and Dr. Shishir examined my grafts, assuring me that it looked good and that I should expect a great result. I thanked all the technicians as they had worked really hard and with a lot of focus throughout the day, after which we went into the photography room where I was again photographed in all the angles. I then changed back to my clothes, was briefed about the medication and then went out to get some fresh air. I met Dr Sethi at the gate and we just spoke for quite some time on all things related to life for a while. We joked around a bit and he examined my transplant and said it looked quite good. The counsellor kept reminding me to not bump my head anywhere. I was then taken back to the hotel and was in the hotel by around 9:45 or 10 PM. I had dinner and stayed up pretty much the whole night since I was worried that I would damage my grafts. I probably slept for around 2 hours, sitting up pretty much straight. Next Day and a note on Dr. Sethi The day after the surgery, I surprisingly felt good for someone who had just slept 2 hours. I had a late breakfast and was invited to lunch and dinner at Dr. Sethi’s house. I arrived at the clinic, met Dr. Sethi and was invited to his office. Dr Sethi is not your typical doctor. He still does perform surgeries but seems to be more focused on the spiritual aspects of life, meditation, helping the less fortunate and so on. I was gifted a book (same book that Steve Jobs gifted everyone at his funeral). We then went upstairs to Dr. Sethi’s house for lunch and had a very hearty meal. I then met his son, we played ping pong for a while at which Dr. Sethi is unfortunately not very good before returning back to the hotel. I also joined Dr. Sethi for dinner later that day at his house. The overall feeling you get in the end of the day is that the doctors are more your friends/extension of your family than somebody who’s just making holes in your head. It feels like they not only care about your surgery and how it goes, but also about your experience you have as a whole. They are very particular about making sure that their patients are fully taken care of during the surgery as well as after the surgery. This was my experience. Now, I need to be patient and wait for the most important and fundamental thing of it all, which is the FINAL RESULTS. Note: I had read from a poster somewhere that @Eugenix Hair Science makes their patients pay for the surgery before the surgery or asks them to pay for the additional grafts during the surgery. I just want to state that I was never forced or asked to pay. I was doing online transfers from USD to Indian rupees and had some difficulties. I was always told that I can make the payment for the surgery, after the surgery and at my convenience. Even for the medications, when it was late in the night and I wanted to pay, I was asked to just go to the hotel and take care of the payment later. I never felt like they were after your money, and valued your experience more.
  8. Hello Guys, Hope you are all doing well in this time of unrest, So, basically I started loosing my hairs when i was like i think 17-18, During the Initial stages I dint knew anything about hair fall or anything one of my friend suggested me Minoxidil 5%. I used that for like 2 years and i use to use only on my temples as i use to feel as I'm losing hair's only from that area. Then i felt my hair loss did not stop and I tried a homeopathic doctor which I continued for almost 2 years and I stopped that too. Since past three years I did not do anything expect may be for massing my hairs as i thought i have to any way get a hair transplant eventually. I maintained very short hairs, I believe that's the reason I have some hairs left. Now I am curently 25 years old , I have become a bit financially stable and can think of spending money on my hair transplant. I am looking forward to have a hair transplant at around february next year. I researched a few hair transplant clinics (not a lot though i just started my research a month ago), I found Korey Erdogan's result very natural and I asked him for a evaluation, He said I would need around 5000 grafts and that would cost me 12500 euros, Wow that's too expensive for me I dropped him Immediately from my List. I also asked for an Evaluation from Eugenix and Dr. Tejander Bhatti. Eugenix replied me with 3500 and finestride(which im not sure what to do) but the cost of Eugenix would be fine to me. I have not yet received any feedback from dr. bhatti yet. I am looking forward from suggestion from you guys for clinics in my range and any general suggestion is mostly welcome. I have my photos please have a look at them. Thank you guys Regards,
  9. Good points @BeHappy I was just shocked how Dr. Bhatti managed to slip between the cracks for so long despite such bad results. The threads go back to 2018. I am glad that the forum protects the interests of the members though. Everyone was very supportive to me on my thread.
  10. Dr. Bhatti is no longer a recommended surgeon, so coming back and trying to imply that I tried to save a surgeon is not only false, but it’s insulting. At this point, it’s time to move on, we’ve removed Dr. Bhatti, and there’s nothing further to say, you’re beating a dead horse. I will not tolerate you trying to denigrate our forum and question our integrity, we are one of the few, if not the only forum/organization that actually remove surgeons, and operate openly and transparently. Refer to this thread.
  11. Yeah, I was shocked to look at that thread too, its not just the poster of this topic who got banned (who seems to be a victim of bad donor extraction), but some others also for simply pointing out the obvious mistakes made by the surgeon. From normalizing failure, trying to shift focus on other poster boy patients and asserting that other users were spies from another clinic out to destroy Dr. Bhatti , both these lads @Bill - Seemiller and @Melvin-Moderator have done all that can be done to save Dr. Bhatti in that thread. Not to mention the massive dump that @Shera always takes on such patients all across this forum. In the end Dr.Bhatti got 5 star defense from these guys and a couple of patients got thrown under the bus. At this point maybe they could all sit down and write a book about how to defend a bad HT surgeon.
  12. Holy shit! It's alarming that Dr. Bhatti was being recommended here despite so many disastrously bad results over the years. He only got removed recently. Really shocked!
  13. Dear Community, After much deliberation, we have decided to suspend Dr. Bhatti’s membership. We value the input of the community, and we hear everyone’s concerns loud and clear. We want to remind the community that we appreciate the feedback and input, we have come to the conclusion that it would be in everyone’s best interest to sever ties. We would like to put this ordeal past us and move forward. If any of you have any additional questions feel free to share them here. Moving forward we would like to keep a positive environment, there’s enough division and negativity in this world. We’re all here to restore hair, let’s be civil and move onwards. Best wishes,
  14. Dear Community, After much deliberation, we have decided to suspend Dr. Bhatti’s membership. We value the input of the community, and we hear everyone’s concerns loud and clear. We want to remind the community that we appreciate the feedback and input, we have come to the conclusion that it would be in everyone’s best interest to sever ties. We would like to put this ordeal past us and move forward. If any of you have any additional questions feel free to share them with me and the community. Moving forward we would like to keep a positive environment, there’s enough division and negativity in this world. We’re all here to restore hair, let’s be civil and move onwards. Best wishes,
  15. Dear Community, After much deliberation, we have decided to suspend Dr. Bhatti’s membership. We value the input of the community, and we hear everyone’s concerns loud and clear. We want to remind the community that we appreciate the feedback and input, we have come to the conclusion that it would be in everyone’s best interest to sever ties. We would like to put this ordeal past us and move forward. If any of you have any additional questions feel free to share them. Moving forward we would like to keep a positive environment, there’s enough division and negativity in this world. We’re all here to restore hair, let’s be civil and move onwards. Best wishes,
  16. Hi Watterot, Thank you for a very fair and well balanced post. I am not privy to the email exchange between you and Dr. Bhatti. Being Dr. Bhatti's Patient Advisor does not mean that I have to defend every action of his. It seems that you did not get the kind of support from the Clinic that you deserved as a Patient. There can be and should be no excuse for that. I can only apologize on the Clinic's behalf at this point and make sure that the Clinic works harder to provide the customer service that we have always prided ourselves upon. Seems that there is definitely a room for improvement here. As I mentioned before, I am not here to justify why a spot on your scalp did not get planted. However, I am glad that you are considering going back to Dr. Bhatti for a follow up visit. I hope and pray that you are able to achieve your HT goals and aspirations, with or without Dr. Bhatti. From our Clinic side, I can commit to you that we will support you the best we can, should you ask for it. That is the least we can do for you and our other Patients. Please feel free to send me a PM if you need my help. I will be on standby. Best regards, California
  17. Hi California, If you have indeed had a conversation with Dr. Bhatti then I'm surprised there is any scope for confusion. I was clear in my mail (prior to posting my thread here) that I will be sharing my pictures with other doctors and seeking the views of forum members here. I would really encourage you to go through the entire mail exchange between me and Dr. Bhatti over the last six months (if you do indeed have access to it). It will give you an idea of how he has not given me an honest answer to why the spot have left. And I have been asking him since the day after the procedure. Hair transplants are no guarantees of course. But the support I have been given has been atrocious. In my case, simply being honest and upfront about why such a decision would have helped me. Instead Dr. Bhatti simply resorted to one liners - shortage of grafts, keeping taking finasteride and growth will come, etc. You're a HT veteran yourself, how would you feel if the doctor told you that he fell short of grafts when indeed he planted 1100 graft in the crown after leaving the area bare? And not once, but multiple times. I may still go and visit Dr. Bhatti for a review, but I'm honestly in no position to let him operate on me again. I respect his 'no refunds' policy and I have no intention of pushing for it. I have started planning ahead for the next procedure and I just want to move on with my life at this point. I understand you're his rep and I have no interest in anyone 'bashing' him. I only speak for myself and my experience in dealing with him and the clinic. Since I was his patient I wanted nothing more than to see him be successful. But you should ask yourself why people on this forum have been so critical of him off-late. This is not a question of a few "not-so-good" results. Dr. Bhatti too should go over this forum and evaluate how can do support his patients better. Or at least be honest and upfront when mistakes are made. As they were in my case. Regards,
  18. Melvin, I honestly feel that this thread has become a breeding ground for "free for all....bash Dr. Bhatti" . Questions are being raised about Dr. Bhatti's competence as an HT Surgeon and even his membership on this forum here. Recently, this forum was even accused of corruption. When I asked for proof, nothing....silence! Talk is so cheap. Accusations are easy to throw around. A few "not so good HT results" are being used and abused to put pressure on this highly reputed forum to act against an HT Surgeon, who has been a highly reputed Surgeon for the past 28 years! Keep in mind the fact that many of film stars from Bollywood and the Pollywood (Punjab film industry) make Dr. Bhatti their first choice for HT. These are folks for whom cost is not an issue......the end result are. Food for thought! ------------------------------------- watterot, we hear your concerns loud and clear. Here is what I am a bit confused about. As per Dr. Bhatti, you are in constant contact with him via email and WhatsApp. You have agreed to come back to the Clinic after the lockdown is over in India (after June 1st) for a follow up visit. Is that not the case? If yes, then I would humbly request you to not make a final judgement on whether or not Dr. Bhatti is willing to back you up and take care of your HT aspirations. I agree with you that there is a spot that didn't seem to get any grafts planted. I am not a doctor and won't try to justify anything. From a layman (who also had 4 HT procedures done) point of view, maybe a better plan would have been to just focus on the hairline and the mid-scalp area and leave the crown for a future time (if and when you chose to do that). ------------------------------ JayLDD, you have said, "I don't say this lightly, but I am 100% sure that if I trained for less than a month I could produce equivalent results". Really? Well, I wish it was so easy to become a doctor and a surgeon. So, going with that logic, if you train for 2 months, then you might be able to do a heart surgery or a brain surgery. Right? You are talking "lightly" about a Surgeon with 28 years of plastic surgery experience and thousands of successful cases. A few 'not to good results' and 'anyone' can do a "better" job than him! Let's ALL become Surgeons.....takes just 1 MONTH!!! -------------------------------- Badresults....quoting you, "Also, when you tell the patient rep, that you would lodge a report for criminal case, they can even suggest you its not a good idea, because in India it is known that everyone can get away by paying money to the authorities"..... YOU KNOW THAT THAT IS NOT TRUE. So, unfortunate that you decided to twist my words. After speaking with you over the phone for over an hour, this is what you got from that conversation? Why the untruth? Did I not repeatedly tell you that you should do what you think is good and feasible for you. You said that you would like to file a police case and I said that you should absolutely do what you like. In passing, I shared my opinion about the legal system in India (IN GENERAL). Now you make it sound as if I was trying to discourage you from doing whatever you would like to do. So, for the record, PLEASE GO AHEAD AND DO WHAT YOU THINK IS GOOD FOR YOU AND FEASIBLE FOR YOU. PLEASE. WE LIVE IN A FREE WORLD. YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO DO WHAT YOU THINK IS GOOD FOR YOU. ----------------------------------------- Yake, you said, "Bhatti needs to improve his work as he is neither offering refund nor giving free repairs". With all due respect, I have to disagree. We offered a full "redo" (not just repair) HT to Badresults. He decided to decline that offer (I respect this opinion and reasons for doing that). We were not able to offer a refund (as would be the case with 99% of reputed HT Clinics, worldwide). So, the assumption that we are not willing to backup our Patients is not accurate. All the best, California
  19. No mate, he would not. As per my experience dealing with this doctor and from all other post from his patient you can see majority of his recent patients having failed results. Perhaps 7/10 times. If you compare the charges he charge and the results he deliver there is so many other options in India who can deliver better results than his, even those clinics in Turkey where they do few surgeries in a day, with all tech team performing most of surgeries delivers better results than Dr.Bhatti. And for international patients, he doesn’t really care much as he know some of them would not bother coming back for repair and if they comes back he will charge them further.
  20. Please send me your name and date of surgery. I will reach out to Dr. Bhatti to confirmation you’re his patient. At this point, I hear the communities concerns loud and clear.
  21. As what you said, I agree almost all the clinics pay to stay on this forum under recommended list of surgeons. That is completely fine, as most of the blogs works that way. However there’s a limit until when a doctor with poor results and poor ethic can stay on as recommended doctors. With more and more patient comes out with horrible results, plus bullying raps and poor follow up service from doctor would only warn future patients if they are going to consider Dr.Bhatti.
  22. I agree. The forum is quickly becoming a graveyard of Dr. Bhatti victims. It's only a matter of time that people stop trusting this website itself and good surgeons stop being associated with it. Which is a terrible outcome since there are some really good and ethical doctors recommended here. This is a strange situation for the moderators. After all they get paid from the clinic and it is hard to turn away a source of income. Just like the forum goes through a process of recommending a doctor, there needs to be a thread for removing a recommendation and relying on feedback. Maybe the feedback / voting can be limited to members who have been here for at least a year or a certain number of posts to prevent new accounts being created. But this malaise needs to be stopped now.
  23. I don't doubt anything you've said. Frankly, I'm surprised how quick the doctor was to suggest that they fell short of grafts. At the minimum it mean poor planning. But of course in my case it wasn't a shortage of grafts since 1100 were planted in the crown subsequently. I have consulted with a few doctors and they are shocked with the approached followed by Dr. Bhatti as well. Fortunately, my donor area has healed well and should be able to yield 3000 graft comfortably. The lockdown over the last few months has meant I haven't had to deal with the social impact of this procedure. I saw your thread. Sorry you had to go through this twice. Happy to connect and share my plan going forward. Maybe this forum needs a dedicated "Dr. Bhatti Victim Support Group".
  24. Yes, it is quite unfortunate. And yes, Dr. Bhatti did ask me to stop taking Fin after six months. I'm disregarding his advice at this point. Luckily I haven't had any side effects and have been recommended by another doctor to keep on taking it at this point.
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