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  1. Patient age: 28 years Patient ethnicity: Caucasian Hair loss pattern: Type 4 HT technique used: FUE Number of grafts planted: 2236 The "after" pictures are from 5 years post-op. This Patient is back in our Clinic now for filing up his mid scalp and vertex, where he has lost more native hair due to a progressive hair loss. Here is a link to the YouTube video for this Patient https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elAsIH-xX84 Best regards, California
  2. 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.
  3. Hi Guys World leading hair transplant surgeon Dr. Tejinder Bhatti is going to be available in Manchester on the 9th June 2019 to conduct 1:1 consultations. If you are based in the UK and interested in consulting with world leading hair transplant surgeon Dr Tejinder Bhatti regarding your hair loss and hair transplant requirements then please feel free to email me directly to help you organise an appointment with him if this is of interest to you. I will be co-ordinating and attending the consultations. Appointments will be given on a first come first served basis. My email : support@spexhair.com Regards Spex
  4. Check out our list and submit online consultations to all of the surgeons for free. Take a look at our surgeon review sections. I have seen Dr. Sethi, Dr. Bansal and Dr. Bhatti put out some quality work lately. https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/surgeon-list/IND/India
  5. Great job done at restoring natural looking temples. Wonders of FUE by wonderful professionals.
  6. Its the new me. Im lovin it! Thanks to Dr. Bhatti and his wonderful team at Darling Buds India. Without him this wouldn't have been possible. MPB Grade 4 2800 scalp grafts FUE 7 months result
  7. Hi Pat or one of the moderators, I am new here. I have question re doctors recommended. I used to see Dr. Bhatti and Dr. Sethi from India recommended here. Is that no longer the case? They are not in list of recommended doctors. Thanks.
  8. This Patient had received 1764 FUE grafts for his Type-3 hair loss 5 years ago. He recently visited our Clinic 5 years after his HT procedure with Dr. Bhatti. We took some pictures. Sharing. Here is the link to the YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5t-xDyfU8ZA . Regards, California
  9. This 26 years old expat Indian man with Type 6 pattern, received 3670 scalp grafts through FUE technique. The hairline, part of mid scalp, temples and crown area were covered and he was placed on Propecia 1 mg a day for 8 months following the procedure. Results seen after 20 months.​ Link to the YouTube video:
  10. my hair transplant journey starts from 26th September 2017 when i flew to meet Dr. Bhatti at Darling Buds Clinic in India. i come across his clinic's name through the help of internet. it does not need much to find a good reputable doctor with the help of internet while many complains. you just need to check two important things about the doctor and his clinic: in the About section of their website, check his/her credentials also check the number of cases performed by the doctor this way you will be able to identify the commercially oriented doctors who only see your money and ways how to fool you from a good reputable doctor very easily. so, if you are experiencing baldness and willing to go for a hair transplant but you don't know which doctor or clinic to go, please don't take any irreversible decision and think twice. i highly recommend Dr. Bhatti at Darling Buds Clinic Chandigarh - India. he is a world renowned hair transplant surgeon who has done thousands of hair restoration procedures. his patients are from across the globe and mostly Indian celebrities. while stating celebrity you might guess how expensive it might be? interestingly his rate is very economical as compared to other celebrity hair transplant doctors. in short you ll get your hairs transplanted by a celebrity doctor at the average rate in the market. isn't it amazing!!!! it has been almost 7 months since I got the FUE hair transplant done and results are remarkable. please see the attached photos. for more information please check his website and subscribe on his YouTube channel. he post amazing videos about his procedures and how the results are achieved under extreme care and outstanding professionalism. www.darlingbuds.com
  11. I went to Dr Bhatti on a referral from a reputable source. I could not be happier and it's only been 6 months! Follow my transformation on YouTube: Subscribe for updates! 3013 grafts All of my before and after photos are in the videos. Please don't hesitate to ask me questions. I love helping others.
  12. Have you ever considered India? Dr. Sethi and Dr. Bansal have been doing great work, as well as Dr. Bhatti. I would also add Dr. Yaman to your list for Turkish surgeons. If you live in the US Dr. Vories is reasonably priced and will save you some travel time. I must say you look great for 49 man. Lasercap gave you good advice. You could probably do nothing and add some hair fibers to look 20 years younger.
  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. So I've been looking to get a hair transplant for a while to fix a receded hairline (mostly to get temple points filled in). I posted on here a few months ago and at the time I was mostly interested in going to India but I've also found a few hair transplant doctors in Turkey that I wouldn't mind using as well. On average I've been recommended around 2000 grafts to restore the hairline. Since I only have temporal recession I'm mostly interested in a doctor that has a good reputation for doing high quality hairline work. The doctors I have narrowed down on my list are: Doctors in Turkey: Dr Erkan Demirsoy Pro's: -Very budget friendly (only 1.25 euro a graft) -Easy to get to as he's located in Istanbul -Entire procedure can be done in one day -Does most of the procedure himself (extraction and incisions and implanting is done by the nurses) -Only does one patient a day Con's: -Does not do dense packing above 40 grafts per cm squared. -Uses micromotor for extraction (don't know if this is really a con but always was under the impression that manual was better for reducing transection rates and leaving smaller scars on donor area) Dr Pekiner Kaan Pro's: -Does entire procedure himself -Does dense packing FUE in the range of 50-60 grafts per cm squared -Uses manual extraction (hopefully leading to lower transection and smaller fue scars) -Uses stick and place method for inserting grafts -Seems to have good quality results with hairlines Con's -Price is a bit higher than demirsoy (2.15 euro a graft) -Procedure would have to be completed over the course of two days as extraction is done manually. -Slightly more difficult to get to as he's located in Ankara, Turkey. Doctors in India: Dr. Bhatti Pro's: -Very extensive history on this forum with many documented cases. -Does majority of procedure himself (extractions and incisions with nurses doing implanting) -Price is very reasonable at 99 rupees a graft -Seems to be good at handling Indian hair which is a plus as my background is basically south asian. -Does only one patient per day Cons: -Does not seem the best at doing hairlines -Does not appear to do dense packing -Has had some questionable results on this forum -Difficult to get to as he's in Chandigarh, India Eugenix: Pros: -Has some incredible results on this forum with patients having great growth and density after only 5-6 months. -Uses DHT technique which may contribute to above average results -Easy to travel to as they have a clinic in Delhi -If results are authentic then this may very well be the best hair transplant clinic in India -Haven't seen any bad results from them so far Cons: -Has a very limited history on this forum -Operates out of multiple locations (don't really like when clinics have multiple locations) -Not sure who does the procedure as they have multiple doctors -Unsure how many patients they have per day (would prefer a clinic that only focuses on one patient per day) -Prices are higher than average for an Indian clinic In Turkey I'm leaning more to Pekiner Kaan and in India I'm looking at Eugenix as some of their results look incredible. Would appreciate any input or advice from the community. I'm looking to book my procedure near the beginning of next year.
  15. Thanks for your response @Lennney I've been monitoring your progress very carefully with Dr. Bhatti and I have to say that I am very impressed with your results. Based on what I've seen with my family history I don't think I will ever fully lose my hair - my dad and all my uncles have the same type of male pattern baldness where there is recession at the front but never any hair loss anywhere else. If there was any doubt in my mind about this then I wouldn't be concerned so much with the density. My main thought with that is that I just want to avoid having to do a second procedure to add more density in the future if for whatever reason I'm not fully satisfied with the results. Also the rest of my hair is still really dense and thick and would prefer if it matched as closely as possible (obviously I do understand that transplant hairs will never be able to obtain the same density as natural hairs). I thought very long about doing an FUE procedure because I know there will be some level of scarring. I've seen a few guys cut there hair down to a one guard with almost no issues with visible scarring (I'm hoping I'm that lucky).This is probably the number reason that prevents me from doing a procedure as I didn't like the idea of having to keep my donor area long.
  16. Hello, I write this in hopes of helping you the reader. I plan to help by showing you how I save money when I travel. If you have a question, I will try to answer as best I can. All prices round trip unless stated. Thesis: Sometimes certain airports are cheaper than others. Background: I'll try to keep this brief but concise, feel free to ask if you don't understand. I needed to fly to India for my HT. My surgery was on the 8th/9th, but I wanted to give myself time to visit Taj Mahal. I started looking for tickets early June and ultimately booked in September 6th. What I learned: Tuesdays are typically the best days to book. New fares get released for Tuesdays (9pm Monday to about 9pm Tuesday PST), and are substantially cheaper/less expensive (there is a difference) than the rest of the week's fares. Skip past "**" to avoid long story ***********Story you may ignore****************** (LAX - Los Angeles Airport - - - SAN - San Diego Airport - - - DEL - Delhi Airport - - - IXC - Chandigarth Airport ) In June I checked tickets. I needed tickets from my location (San Diego, CA) to Chandigarth India. Of course I looked up these tickets first - $2,680. Too much. I checked from LAX to IXC (chandigarth) and it was $1,800. I then looked at SAN to Delhi, $1300, not horrible, but definitely cheaper than the other alternatives. I then looked up LAX to DEL, $780!! I nearly booked this trip. My SO wanted to go, but didn't know if work would accommodate time off (they did). By the time I was ready to book 2 weeks later, the price rose to $940, and I decided to wait. I kept checking, and found that price rose in next two weeks to $1,040. I was upset that I missed out on the cheap fare. I kept checking, but the fares fluctuated only ~$100 at most. In mid June, prices started coming down. I found fares for $850, which are tempting, but I decided to keep waiting. I saw that fares fell to $720, but I held off for a better deal, fares rose the next day to $850. I then noticed that the following Tuesday (one week later) fares went back to $740 or so. I my suspicions were confirmed by Kayak's price over time tool. It showed a consistent drop of ~20% or so 4 times a month, all on a Tuesday. I used this tool to check what the historic low price was, and found that it was ~$550, which became my goal. I watched the prices sink on Tuesday to a low of $600, I nearly pulled the trigger, but held off. I then waited a week or two, and found that prices for the other days fell to $600/580. I was then excited to check the following Tuesday. I checked Tuesday and booked my tickets for $458.31. Patience paid off, and I still had several more months to plan the other aspects of the trip. The down side to these tickets: they were cheap for a reason. I had a 15 hour layover in Beijing (which was awesome - I did a Great Wall and forbidden city tour during this time for $120 per person. BTW, you don't need a visa if you are transiting through China. You can get a transit visa, good for exploring and getting hotels in the China for up to 96 hours with proof of a departure flight.). On the way back, I had a 9.5 hour layover in Beijing which sucked. I didn't leave, but I wasn't in a good condition to leave (less than 96 hours post op). *********************************************************************************************************** So after buying the sick tickets for $460, I had to figure out how to get to the LAX airport. I did a cost analysis. I had options of driving there and paying parking (too expensive for 9 days), flying (couldn't find tickets for less than $80 per person at best one way), and taking the coaster ($39 + $8 fly-a-way shuttle) one way per person. I then looked up rental cars. I found a rental car there and back for $49 one way (+ $12 gas) and $55 back (+ $12 gas). I ended up taking the rental car, since it was the lowest cost option, and got me and my SO to LAX. I then had to figure out a way to Chandigarth. Dr. Bhatti said his taxi could get me for ~$120 each way. It would be a 3 hour drive minimum so I looked at alternatives. I found tickets, which didn't change in price at all from DEL to Chandigarth for $75 per person round trip. Not only was it less expensive, but it was faster and Dr. Bhatti's taxi picked me up and dropped me off for free! So, by changing airports and hopping on a local flight (on a separate itinerary) I got a great deal. I had to do additional planning though. It was definitely worth it for me due to having two travelers. Doubling the travel means that any savings per ticket is doubled as well. I paid: $460 + $75 + $31(49+12 split in two) + $37= $603 to get to Chandigarth for my procedure. No joke, this is less than 4% of the cost for a USA performed procedure. Just think about that for a second. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX So, what I've done so far is compile an excel file with some data to get you to understand that not only does the location of your airport (and the recipient airport) matter, but time of year matter too! This is a write up I did earlier to help with planning the trip. When you read this, take note that it was for a member who wasn't sure where to go for a HT, but price was a large concern. Before you jump in: Timing could cost you $X,xxx more or less depending on when you travel. Also know the additional travel costs involved. So be smart with your time to get the most value for your $: 1. Create a list of doctors. (You should) Prioritize the doctors who you see yourself using, and then add them to the list. Usually their websites will list a range. I don't recommend "shopping" docs at this point - asking what they will charge. Build your list first, I'll come back to this point. 2. If you're looking for value, look up the Countries you find the surgeons you wish to hire. Use google flights to explore destinations from your Country's airports (plural) to those country airports. Find the cheapest airport for that country, then find the cheapest time to fly - the month or time of year. You're not booking yet, you're only assembling a cost database for the 2-5 countries abroad you've found reputable doctors for. I can help if you don't understand this. 3. Now that you know what you should pay for the travel, find out what lodging and transport looks like in that country. How long do you plan on staying there? Estimate a per-day rate for each country. *Personally, I am passionate about this, but I recommend traveling while you're there. Feel free to ignore this, because it is purely an opinion. 4. Now that you know when the best rates for travel are, plan to book a procedure during that time Next year. It will do four things: A. Allow you to save and ensure you can get that travel rate in the future (I can explain on the booking a travel plan theory later). B. Allow you to establish dialog and communication with a clinic where you feel confident in your doc, and set expectations on the procedure, talk about hairlines etc. C. It will Ensure that your doc is available when you want your procedure done and D. Allow you to save up some money/clear off some credit card balance etc. to afford the procedure/ pay off the airfare after you book it. 5. Now that you have the costs for travel, the narrowed list of surgeons, the open communication with those surgeons, ask the price. Build it into your budget. Travel + expenses while there + HT + Qualitatives (things to do if you travel, idk, but these are "what it's worth to you if all else is equal" among surgeons/total price). Then do your own cost analysis and get the best value. Value = benefits/costs.  Know that there exist good surgeons who perform FUE at a cost which is less than other surgeon's FUT. Geography changes costs. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV To help you all, I've started an excel list. I picked what I thought were the best airports to fly FROM and TO. I picked 3 random months, Jul, Sep, Mar2020 and selected the best time during those months with the criteria of at least 7 days. I also looked at Christmas, and the best time to travel using "free" days off most of us get from work/school. When I found the days that were lowest cost, I then checked those days at a later date (on left side) *using the same date* (perhaps alternate days could be lower cost, but I wanted to show some consistency). This is just a couple data points, it is far too time consuming for me to do this unpaid (haha). I used a combination of Google Flights and Kayak. Again, if there's a small description, use the description above for dates/ airport. ^New York^
  17. Hello Everyone, I would like to share with you my hair transplant story with Dr. Tejinder Bhatti. My planted graft count is given below : Singles : 223 Doubles : 1205 Triples : 998 Beard : 853 Total 3279 grafts. I’m a 39 years old Indian male working abroad. Started losing hair at my front and top area around 10 years ago.Crown area is also playing with my emotions now a days! I used Minoxidil 2-3 months when I was 29 and stopped because of extreme skin dryness. I used hair patch but disappointed and threw it out because of its irritation, sweat etc. I have started looking for other solutions. Started following different HT surgeons worldwide – from Dubai to Turkey and from US to Europe. After wandering around different HT related websites and articles, doing a lot of research for more than a year, I finally got my HT done on 11th November 2016 by a state of art expertise Dr. Tejinder Bhatti at Darling Buds, Chandigarh, India. And waiting for the 2nd session for my crown area - after 6 months. I dropped a mail to Dr. Bhatti around 1 year ago. He responded asking for some pics of my head. After seeing them, he estimated that I’d need around 4000 grafts that would look dense. I demanded for good densely packed scalp. For the next all months, I mailed him with questions and he responded to every single one of them. After I expressed my interest in getting the procedure done at Darling Buds, they offered me a date and I made an advance payment to block the date. Dr. Bhatti sent me a pre-OP instruction manual.The clinic reserved a room for me at ABs hotel, Chandigarh and offered a villa at very reasonable rate at a hill station for post HT care. I have booked 20 days there. I arrived on the 10th afternoon at 2 pm, picked up by the clinic driver Mr. Subash, a very polite gentleman and transported to the Abs hotel.Please note that you will get very attractive discount if you are Darling Buds client. After one hour Mr. Subash picked me to the clinic. In the afternoon, I met Dr. Bhatti at his clinic for consultation; he checked my head, donor area density etc. I was told that around 3000 grafts can extract from both back scalp and beard area. He drew my hairline and asked me if I was okay with it. Actually I was not okay with that hairline because of my high expectations. Dr. Bhatti said me to think about it whole night until next day. I took a snap of my hairline sketch and sent to my wife; she said it was very fine. I had a discussion with Bhatti’s manager Miss Shalini and counselor Miss Manpreet. Both of them said me that it was very fine hairline that suits to the shape of my face. Manpreet’s opinion and views were much friendly and close to heart. At last I decided to proceed with Bhatti’s hairline – after all he is an expert doctor. My blood sample was collected for some tests and I was given some medicines which were to be taken that night. I was asked to have a light breakfast and be ready at 7.00 AM for the pickup from the hotel. Once I reached the clinic, I was given blue colored surgery clothes. I got a chance to review the hairline again and then my hair was trimmed by Dr. Bhatti. After some injections the doctor proceeded to harvest my grafts from the donor area. Anesthesia injections were made on the donor area of the scalp. The harvesting machine drilled into my numb scalp and the doctor extracted the grafts – which were completely painless. During the harvesting, we discussed some social issues and this really helped to relax. Placement of the grafts was done by his staff, a total of 4 nurses – Deepika, Shalini and I forgot other names. We discussed some bollywood songs during that procedure. Their commitment to work was admirable. My operation took around 7-8 hours, from 7 am till 3 pm. Total 3279 grafts were planted in which 223 singles,1205 doubles, 998 triples and beard 853. My donor area was bandaged and I was given yummy Pizza and juice - lunch preference was noted before the surgery started. Next day, I went to the clinic to remove the bandage and scalp wash. There I got some tablets, antiseptic spray, saline bottles, after care booklet etc. Shalini explained each and every thing regarding after care of my planted and donor areas. Shalini was really understanding and very much supportive. Next day the clinic driver Mr. Chanchal Singh (very good gentleman) took me to the full-fledged villa. My wife arrived on 7th day post HT. She has taken care of my scalp care. Together we enjoyed very much because the villa and weather were fantastic. On my 13th day post HT, Dr. Bhatti sent me a mail that I can touch the planted area to wash out crusts. He told me to go under shower. I had a wash with slight finger pats to remove crusts from the transplanted area and all crusts have fallen off by then. Dr. Bhatti recommended Finastride tablets, Biotin tablets and Monoxidil with Hydrolysed Keratin content for 6 months. Dr. Bhatti arranged 6 months supply for me and sent it through his driver. We stayed 20 days in Bhatti’s superior villa. As of my experience so far I’m quite happy with the surgery and the treatment I had at the clinic and stay at the villa. Still we miss that villa and hill station. I would like to go for a 2nd session after 6 months for my crown area. I hope you guys find this post helpful and will try to keep you updated on monthly basis or so. See the attachment photos, note down your opinion and views about the result I am awaiting. What do you think of my final result dears? Will it come out as a densely packed scalp? SEE MORE PHOTOS HERE (I will try to keep update the progress) :- Hair Restoration Social Network - Hair Loss and Transplant Photos
  18. Hi all, Please find attached Dr Bhatti's patient result from 2126 FU. The finished result pictures are 12 months post top and you can also view the video too below. 30 years old Sikh patient with traction alopecia. Treated through FUE hair transplant. Yet another superb refined HT by one of the worlds most ethical and respected surgeons. Regards Spex
  19. It took me 10 years ... they were well worth the wait. I started receding in my early 20's but by age 24 it really began affecting me as I could not find a way to dress the hair where it would not look weird. I did not like the shaved head look, so I battled pulling the hair in many ways but the habit began to evolve into an obsessive behavior. I knew it was time to look for a hair restoration alternative (mind you, we're talking 2005, most of the work back then didn't look as nice as it looks now and FUE was less commonplace). Being young and desperate for a solution I chose to go with a Miami,FL area doctor who allegedly transplanted 1200 grafts via strip method in 2006. The result was sparse, wispy and very obvious because they were grafted where there was no hair left and next to a dense area of hair.They say a good hair transplant goes unnoticed. Even people that didn't know me would stare at my hairline when talking to them, there eyes would stray upwards as if they knew there was something funny, this made me so uncomfortable. What that doctor did not know was that his work would send my life into a tailspin. The stress and anxiety drove me to abuse alcohol and drugs and I eventually ended up in legal troubles. There was a long road ahead, I progressively went into hiding and isolation from friends and avoided social situations, but that was never me. During all those years I kept an eye on the industry. Two years ago I decided it was time to take action. During that time I came across something Dr. Bahtti had written regarding the restoration of the temple peaks and how this restoration is so effective with the use of less donor resources. That brief writing made me look up his clinic's website.He specializes in working with patients with Sikh pattern alopecia, a form of baldness due to the constant wearing of the turban used by the Sikh male population of India. I took a look at his work and after reading his CV decided that he was worth further inquiry. Dr Bahtti quoted 1800 grafts to be required based on the photos I sent. His clinic's quote was far more competitive than any I got back in the USA, even when adding the flight and accommodation costs. I decided to start making plans for a mid 2017 date, a birthday gift of sorts and an end to a dark chapter of my life. On May 22 2017, I boarded a flight to Chandigarh, India and upon arrival at the airport I took a taxi to the clinic. Once there, a deep sense of peace came upon me. The facilities are on par with any top notch medical clinic in America and the staff is very welcoming and attentive. When I got to meet Dr Bahtti he discussed his plan and proceeded to sketch out the hairline profile based on the 1800 graft quote. I asked him if it could be lowered a bit more and he said it would require more grafts but it was possible, so I asked to have a new quote with the additional grafts. The new quote was for 2100 grafts, I agreed and we finalized the arrangements for the procedure to be done the next morning. On the morning of the procedure, the clinic's driver picked me up at my accommodation and took me there. Dr. Bahtti's clinic is a well oiled machine and surgery days run in a very structured yet streamlined form. The procedure was uneventful, in a matter of a few hours they were finished and had the ordered lunch ready for me. After lunch it was time to get my head dressed, it was here where I got my first look at the work done. I was in awe, I felt so relieved, the dark cloud was finally going away, It looked so good, and best of all it looked good no mater how I looked at it. After a last inspection they put on the dressings and had the driver take me back to my place. The next few days were all about rest, relaxation and the proper maintenance procedure of the scalp. By day #5 post op I was ready to hit the road as I had planned to make the most of my trip by heading to the Himachal Pradesh region. I had the chance to come face to face with the Himalayas and all the beautiful scenery that surrounds it. Two weeks post op, with scabs shed it was time to head back home. A month post op I had a quick trim and around the 3 month mark the fine hair that started growing turned thicker and thicker. Dressing the hair had not been this easy for a long time. The days of getting trapped in front of the mirror due to an awkward look were long gone, a simple wipe of the hair had it dressed in an aesthetic pleasing way. I haven't cut my hair since, waiting for it to look odd as it used to look when I had the first procedure. I couldn't let it grow for more than 3 months before it would look all wispy and unbalanced. All I have to say is that I've got my curls back! I never thought I would feel confident enough to share my journey with others, I didn't think I would see a happy ending to my story. I will be forever grateful for what Dr. Bahtti's team at Darling Buds, India did for me.
  20. 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.
  21. I wish so Phil it's 4 or 5 i guess. Btw, Dr. Bhatti told me first that my donor doesn't look good and then i sent him the below photo and he advised me the following: "Sorry for that. On the contrary the donor is lush and hairs are thick as seen in the pictures. You will need a staged procedure for the best result. In the first- 3500 scalp grafts for the hairline, and mid-scalp. After 6 months the crown area shall be covered with 1800-2000 scalp grafts. Both will be single day procedures." Also, i have consulted Dr. Bansal who recommended a mix of scalp and beard HT but after doing a video call she suggested 2500 to 3000 for the front and mid only. A reassessment will be done after 4 months of using medicines. The only 2 doctors who rejected my case are Erdogan and Lorenzo, i am so worried as HT is my only option left
  22. So folks, as the subject goes, Yes i finally did it. Got my HT done on 1st of Sept 2014. Brief Intro: About Myself : I am 28yr old Male originally from India but been living in US for past 6 yrs now. I have started having hair fall since the age of 25(when i was in US). It became severe and by the time i could act up on it, i was already bald. I tried different treatments (Homeopathy, Ayurveda) but of very little help. So last year was when i realized i have a very bad baldness(Norwood V) and that's when i decided to go for a HT. My first HT was a disaster ,partly coz i din't do my homework right in choosing the right surgeon. I went to Dr.Batra's HT clinic in Hyderabad,India. They not only cheated me with all the false hopes and promises, but wasted my precious grafts and left me with a ugly scar.Its been 8 months into my 1st HT and i can easily say,there's nothing or very little growth. Research & Knowledge of Dr.Bhatti : In these past 8 months, I have become very active over this forum ,to know about all the post op care and stuff. That's when i realized there's so many established renowned HT surgeons all across the globe. I had decided that i needed to go for 2nd HT and that too very soon. I had done my research and narrowed in on 3-4 surgeons based on my convenience and Budgeting. Of those was Dr.Bhatti. I had spoken to Dr.Bhatti about my situation and he was very kind to give response back initially. The one thing i liked about Dr.Bhatti and his clinic is , they are readily accessible all the time. He was very prompt in replying to all my queries and when i got all the confidence i needed, We had a skype chat and he told me that i needed 5000-5500 grafts for my surgery and that should be done in 2 phases with 2nd surgery 6 months away from 1st.( This procedure was recommended and was feasible option for me).In 1st Surgery he would harvest 3500 grafts from my scalp which go on front and mid scalp. And 2nd surgery would be for 2000 grafts which go on Crown area. That made alot of sense and so I booked my slot with Dr.Bhatti on 1st Sept 2014 with another 6 months later. Day Before Surgery : I had reached India 4 days before, spent time with family and we reached traveled Chandigarh on 31st afternoon. We stayed in hotel AB's which Dr.Bhatti's clinic had suggested and we also got discount for it which was really nice of them. We went to the clinic (walking dist from clinic) at 3.30 PM and met Dr.Bhatti. He had a closer look at my donor area and said that my 1st HT had damaged alot of my donor grafts and he said he can at the max try to harvest 2200-2500 and probably another 400-500 from my Beard. I was a little disappointed and cursing myself for not doing enough research for my 1st HT, but can't go back into past and change things. So i made up my mind that i would max get 3000 grafts and that too if my luck's good. Day of Surgery : I reached clinic at sharp 7.30 AM and had a consultation again with doc regarding my hairline and i was given the antibiotic and moved into the surgery room by 8AM. Harvesting & Making Slits (8AM - 12.50PM) : So the procedure began at 8 AM and Dr.Bhatti started extracting grafts from my donor area. Donor area extraction was done by around 11.20AM. Donor extraction was as smooth as it can be. I had literally zero pain,trust me on that. But i was a little scared about BHT. I was asked to sit up with my back resting at 45 degrees. Dr.Bhatti started giving anesthesia and that was uncomfortable but the pain was not much. Its all bearable. And the Beard extraction went off very smoothly as well. Harvesting was all done by 12.10PM. Now it was time for making slits and it was all done by 12.50PM . Lunch (15-20mins ) : I had finished my lunch in 20mins. Graft Implantation(1PM -4.40PM) : So by now i had got to know about the number of grafts extracted and was glad with the count and the break down goes like this : Singles - 859 Doubles - 1111 (fancy eh ) Triples - 531 533 Beard Hair. Dr.Bhatti's team had started implanting the grafts into the slits made by Dr.Bhatti, Dr.Bhatti came by quite a few times to check on how its been done, which made me really happy as he's always been there all through the surgery. Implanting process was all done by 4.40PM and the donor area was all dressed up and i was given meds for the night. We reached back to hotel by 5.30 and Doc has suggested me to sit and watch some TV and get some sleep at midnight. I did the same, though it was a little uncomfortable sleeping upright and not moving, but i managed to get some sleep over night. Day after Procedure : I reached clinic at 8.30 AM in the morning. They Dr.Bhatti's team had showed me how to do shampoo and also explained to me how to take care of transplanted hair. They explained to me all the meds i need to take and remaining post op care that has to be followed which included the medical kit that they gave out. It was all done by 9.30 AM and i had a consultation again with the doc and i got the medical certificate from the clinic for my travel back to US. On the same day, i took flight back to Hyderabad, India . Back with family and friends and resting now till i travel back to US on 7th of Sept. I was really impressed with the professionalism and the care that they had taken not only during my surgery but also during my stay in Chandigarh. Dr.Bhatti is a one honest and skilled doc and above all a very nice human being. I am really thankful that i got my HT done with him. I will keep updating this thread with my progress and will be glad to help out people,to best of my knowledge, having confusion with anything. Fingers crossed, hoping for the best. I have attached few pre op and day 0 and day 1 pics
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