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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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 ???
  4. @JayLDD I 100% agree with you. If you look at this forum, Dr.Bhatti has more bad results from his procedure than any other recommended doctor on this forum. Speaking from my results and experiences dealing with this doctor, typically he shows lack of interest in his post op follow up, and when things don't go right, he would not take the blame or try to put the blame on the patient. If you look at his patient rep Shera reply on my first post here, he was trying to tell that I wasn't a right candidate for HT and I was trying to slander the image of this lousy doctor. And the behaviour of his clinic, where they would try to shut you down when you speak against them just show what kind of ethic do this clinic practice. When they got caught, his reply was he did not know what his patient rep did just like when you ask him what went wrong on his procedure, he would only say he don't know and he can't answer. This shows what kind of doctor is Tejinder Bhatti. Looking at the link below you can see how lightly he takes his job. His poor planning, his answers seems to be uninterested in replying to the patient. And how could he say that taking finestride will grow the hair!!!!??? LMAO this is probably the worst answer I have heard from a so called top surgeon. Just as how you are amazed, I'm still amazed how this doctor is a recommended doctor here on this forum. When you see the reply from their patient rep, they often talk how great human he is, how their entire neighbourhood had surgery with him etc and choose to ignore the real serious problem. The longer he is the recommended doctor here, the more patients will get results like this.
  5. @California Thanks for trying your best to resolve this. However as what I told you I can never let @Dr Tejinder Bhatti touch me, forget even a re-do of surgeries. As what I told you, there’s many flip flop stories from DR. Bhatti like he don’t even remember where I am from when he said he would usually delegate the patient case to the patient rep. Logically, I am from Malaysia and how can Bhatti delegate my case to Shera who is based in UK? This is why I said Bhatti is 100% responsible for leaking out my personal details. Shera was just a scapegoat. And for the rest of the members here, I would file a police report in India once the global pandemic is over or cooled down.
  6. @California I'm not sure if you have read what I said and have been saying this post for past 1 week. This is not about the Hair Transplant results only. I have mention this earlier today as well. If it's only about hair transplant result, I don't think I would want to spend my time writing here everyday and planning to engage a legal team in India. I am well aware that every patient signed a clause before surgery. Regarding Dr. Bhatti's " bad results", please search his name online (including the search button on this forum) and see what comes up. Yes, out of thousands of good results, there will be a small percentage of "not good results". So what? Does that NOT apply to any HT Surgeon anywhere in the world? Do you know of an HT Surgeon who gives out great results every single time, for decades? In response to your "what his patient representative has been doing".....again, you are making an assumption. You are trying to be the witness, jury and the judge! If Dr. Bhatti and his Clinic were lacking in ethics, integrity and honesty, I would NEVER have associated myself with them. Again, you are free to make up your own mind. I have been saying this many times and I would repeat it again. I know that no HT surgeon anywhere in this planet would get 100%. If any doctor says that then it's 100% fake. Like I said why am I writing here after 1 year is because of the harassment and black mailing which me and my employers got from Shera. It is not only about HT results. It is more than that. Now, on my response of "what his patient representative has been doing" this is because of my harassment and there is another patient case where @Shera send him messages and asked him to stop. The worst part, he did worst towards me, getting my personal details, sending an email to my employers black mailing them to ask me to stop talking about my results on this forum. You still think that is ok? Or you think everyone should just forget it, just because you have good relationship with @Dr Tejinder Bhatti and it has never happen to your patients before? If it has never happen to your patients in this 10 years, why should others stop taking an action when it happened to them? Could you explain this? Also, you still think this is an 'accusation' thrown to slander Dr.Bhatti image? Did you ask him to show you the email? Did you read his admission above? Did you read the message from the moderator? And you still think it's an 'accusation' towards Bhatti and to slander his image? Actually, I live in the Silicon Valley and so let me use a Silicon Valley example to answer your question. If an employee/contractor of Google or Apple "on his/her own" hacks into some other company/person's network with a malicious intent, that would NOT make Sundar Pichai & Tim Cook, the CEO"s of Google and Apple respectively, personally liable for that employee's actions. I do not think that any court in the US would want to punish the CEO's for the actions of an employee that worked on his/her own and that has been appropriately dealt with, by that company. The action of that employee will not/should not/cannot be used as a "character assassination attempt" against Mr. Pichai or Mr. Cook. I am not an attorney and can't comment on the "consumer rights and legal" stuff.......but it just makes no logical and/or rational sense. Be it America, India or any other part of the world. So since you gave an example of Sillicon Valley example. Let me explain to you in detail using the same example above. If an employee of Google, hacks into some other company/person network with a malicious intent, USING GOOGLE EMAIL ADDRESS, BLACKMAILING PERSON/NETWORK IN REGARD OF GOOGLE BUSINESS AFFAIRS - then the Google is at risk of being sued and brought to the court. Not Sundar Pichai because he is only their CEO, he doesn't own 100% GOOGLE. In this case the owner of business is responsible, just like many other legal cases out there. Now, do you know who owns Darling Buds@5 Rivers Hair Transplant? How can you use this example? Is it not Dr. Bhatti? Or he is just an employee in Darling Buds? @Dr Tejinder Bhatti owns Darling buds, it is an independent business. So to answer your question based on your own example, the person responsible for this is only Dr.Bhatti. Just like how you made an example of Google, am I right? Again, you are attempting to somehow connect Dr. Bhatti and his Clinic with the "blackmailing" accusation. I don't think that that is fair. If our Clinic was lacking in honesty, integrity, professionalism, then don't you think after dealing with our US and Canadian Patients for almost 10 years, I would have run into similar issues? Don't you think that someone during all these years would have spoken up here and elsewhere? Don't you think that those Patients know their rights and would have protested? In regards to going back to the "same car servicer" that was not able to fix your car the first time, most probably, I would not want to go back to that same shop BUT that does NOT give me the right to slander that business and try to ruin the reputation of that business owner. That would be just wrong.....on so many levels. If you think that it has never happened in US and Canadian patients, is it impossible such thing to happen with me and the guy from UK? So the email that Shera sent is fake? No such thing took place? Why do you think if in 10 years nothing happened , it could not happen now? Do you know we have the proof? If you think exposing the wrong doing of someone is slandering their image and business then why do patients need to post the journey here? We might itself change the objective of this forum that only write good experience here. Why should we make it public what went wrong? Like you said, just search Bhatti here and you would see all good results, so we should only write about good results and not bad results and the harassment a patient went through because that would slander the reputation of business owner.?
  7. Hi Badresults, I feel like I am reiterating what I have already clearly stated in my previous response. But since you have asked, I will take another shot at it: First of all I'm not sure why are you trying to to explain all the 'positive' stuff about Dr. Bhatti which you've known since 2011. It is more like a damage control effort and hoping that no one should judge @Dr Tejinder Bhatti based on his bad results or what his patient representative @Shera has been doing I don't need to explain any "positive stuff" about Dr. Bhatti. I shared with the Forum members my personal opinion about Dr. Bhatti after knowing him and working with him for almost a decade. Also, after being his Patient. I cannot control how you interpret my opinion. You are welcome to take it the way you want to take it. You and I both live in free countries and have the right to make up our own minds. Regarding Dr. Bhatti's " bad results", please search his name online (including the search button on this forum) and see what comes up. Yes, out of thousands of good results, there will be a small percentage of "not good results". So what? Does that NOT apply to any HT Surgeon anywhere in the world? Do you know of an HT Surgeon who gives out great results every single time, for decades? In response to your "what his patient representative has been doing".....again, you are making an assumption. You are trying to be the witness, jury and the judge! If Dr. Bhatti and his Clinic were lacking in ethics, integrity and honesty, I would NEVER have associated myself with them. Again, you are free to make up your own mind. Now, let me ask you something, I believe you live in the U.S, do you think that if in U.S if there was a similar case where a patient representative threatened, blackmailing a patient and their employers the doctor and clinic would have just gotten away with an appology and the patient rep would just been fired? That's all, case closed? The Doctor and the clinic would have been hung to dry and they can never practice again and I'm sure you know this. Also, according to Indian consumer rights and legal he is for sure responsible now. Yes, I do live in the United States. Actually, I live in the Silicon Valley and so let me use a Silicon Valley example to answer your question. If an employee/contractor of Google or Apple "on his/her own" hacks into some other company/person's network with a malicious intent, that would NOT make Sundar Pichai & Tim Cook, the CEO"s of Google and Apple respectively, personally liable for that employee's actions. I do not think that any court in the US would want to punish the CEO's for the actions of an employee that worked on his/her own and that has been appropriately dealt with, by that company. The action of that employee will not/should not/cannot be used as a "character assassination attempt" against Mr. Pichai or Mr. Cook. I am not an attorney and can't comment on the "consumer rights and legal" stuff.......but it just makes no logical and/or rational sense. Be it America, India or any other part of the world. Also, you should ask yourself a honest question here, would you go back to the same doctor who did a bad result on your first procedure then his team black mailing you and your employer? Would go to back to him for a repair? Let’s say if it’s not a HT surgery now we are talking and it’s something else, maybe you sent your car for a service and all this happened later on, would you Still send your car to the same mechanic second time?? I think you and everyone knows the answer. Again, you are attempting to somehow connect Dr. Bhatti and his Clinic with the "blackmailing" accusation. I don't think that that is fair. If our Clinic was lacking in honesty, integrity, professionalism, then don't you think after dealing with our US and Canadian Patients for almost 10 years, I would have run into similar issues? Don't you think that someone during all these years would have spoken up here and elsewhere? Don't you think that those Patients know their rights and would have protested? In regards to going back to the "same car servicer" that was not able to fix your car the first time, most probably, I would not want to go back to that same shop BUT that does NOT give me the right to slander that business and try to ruin the reputation of that business owner. That would be just wrong.....on so many levels. I hope that I have answered your questions. I honestly do not want to go back and forth on this. I said what I had to say. I know that I am speaking the truth and nothing but the truth. You are welcome to believe me or not believe me. I wish you nothing but the very best. I hope that you end up getting a full head of hair and that you are able to leave behind the pain and suffering that you have gone through. Best regards, California
  8. @California First of all I'm not sure why are you trying to to explain all the 'positive' stuff about Dr. Bhatti which you've known since 2011. It is more like a damage control effort and hoping that no one should judge @Dr Tejinder Bhatti based on his bad results or what his patient representative @Shera has been doing. Anyway your response it's still better than how @Shera responded last year. Perhaps if Dr. Bhatti knew how to runs and educate his patient representative in a proper ethical way, we won't be having this whole discussion and perhaps future legal issues. Now, let me ask you something, I believe you live in the U.S, do you think that if in U.S if there was a similar case where a patient representative threatened, blackmailing a patient and their employers the doctor and clinic would have just gotten away with an appology and the patient rep would just been fired? That's all, case closed? The Doctor and the clinic would have been hung to dry and they can never practice again and I'm sure you know this. Also, according to Indian consumer rights and legal he is for sure responsible now. Let me quote you on your statement from post above.. 'Yes, it would be his responsibility to severe his ties with me if I really crossed the line. My fault cannot automatically be "judged" as Dr. Bhatti's fault. ' In what logic that the statement applies? @Dr Tejinder Bhatti as the owner of Darling Buds@5 River Hair Transplant Chandigarh India, is fully responsible for all his staff action when it comes to the business affair. He is the face for his clinic! Whether they are in India, US, Asia, Europe or Africa, as long they are working for him, he is responsible for every action of his team as they are representing him. It can be his patient representative, cleaner, surgery technician, he is responsible. For all the good results of surgeries Dr.Bhatti gets the credit, so when there is such serious matter as this or bad results, why isn't Dr.Bhatti's shouldn't be responsible? Also, you should ask yourself a honest question here, would you go back to the same doctor who did a bad result on your first procedure then his team black mailing you and your employer? Would go to back to him for a repair? Let’s say if it’s not a HT surgery now we are talking and it’s something else, maybe you sent your car for a service and all this happened later on, would you Still send your car to the same mechanic second time?? I think you and everyone knows the answer.
  9. Hello Fellow Members, I intend this to be the first post of my HT journey in 2020. My sincere thanks to this community and every person online who has shared knowledge, perspectives, opinions, results, etc. This has equipped me to make an informed decision. I know at least 14 relations and friends who have expressed sincere desire to get a HT, but remain at the periphery due to fear of high assumed costs, side effects, etc. resulting from lack of research and not personally knowing anyone who underwent the procedure. This documentation of my experience will be a first hand example to motivate them and other new people on this forum (assuming all goes well). As such, this is my contribution to equip future patients with information and confidence. About me - Male; 29.5 years old; Indian immigrant currently studying in Canada. Why HT? - While I have never visited a doctor for a proper diagnosis, I assume I am suffering from Androgenic alopecia inherited from my mother's side. I have been experiencing hair loss since 17-18 years of age. Finally I am at that stage where the hair loss has become very evident and troubling when I look in the mirror or at my photos, and I would like to do something about it sooner rather than later. I am not interested in non-surgical restoration methods like wigs/hairpieces, etc., but open to medication. Why India? - I really wish I could get it done here in Canada for convenience. I first visited Dr. Rahal for a consultation. He is local to me. I have no doubts in his ability, but his services will cost me about 3-4 times of what I will pay in India for the services of a highly skilled doctor. For an affordable HT, I chose India over Turkey to avoid language barriers and for the comfort of homeland. Also, most IAHRS members and other globally recognized surgeons are more affordable in India than Turkey (except Dr. Resul Yaman and Dr. Ekrem Civas I think). FUE or FUT? - Last year I got super excited and emailed Dr. Suneet Soni (Medispa) that I was interested in getting FUT done from him and he gave me a quote for 3500 FUT grafts. Unfortunately, my limited financial resources were urgently required somewhere else and I had to delay. I let Medispa know that I was going to delay. This gave me more time to think and research. I read about FUE with Dr. Bhatti (Darling Buds) and DHT with Eugenix Clinic, and saw many cases of scar stretching from FUT. Finally I decided that I did not want to take that risk regardless of which closure/stitching technique is used, and also I wanted a quicker and less painful healing. So I am interested in FUE or DHT only. Who in India? I am nearing the end of the process of identifying potential options, and until now I have shortlisted the following surgeons. My photos are posted at the end of text. a. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti of Darling Buds. He suggested 2800-3000 FUE grafts and answered all my questions satisfactorily and seems very professional. I thought his consultant Shera would contact me when I first emailed, but I believe I have been chatting with the Dr. directly. The fact that he doesn't perform FUT at all and his entire practice is based around aggressively promoting FUE, along with the fantastic FAQ on his website promotes confidence in his skills as a trustworthy FUE surgeon. He is a member of pretty much all prestigious global associations and was also featured in some publication's 'Top 20 global surgeons for HT' ranking. His website has transparent pricing. Cons: I came across some posts on this forum where the results were far from satisfactory and the post-operation response and support those patients received from the clinic seemed disappointing for a clinic of such high reputation. b. Eugenix (will probably select the comprehensive pkg. which has partial involvement of Dr. Bansal and Dr. Sethi). I was in touch with their consultant Nelson a couple of months ago and he offered a Skype session with a doctor (don't know which doctor). I postponed it due to personal reasons, but have resumed the conversation. Regardless, Nelson had mentioned that the doctor suggested 2000 grafts through DHT. I don't know which doctor since there are 5 at the clinic, and was a little surprised by the qty. of suggested grafts, but will bring up this question in the Skype session. Also, it would be good to know what percent (approx.) of total slits are done by Dr. Bansal or Dr. Sethi in comprehensive pkg. I chose Eugenix because Dr. Bansal and Dr. Sethi are highly reputed surgeons, inventors, authors of books and publications, and members of prestigious societies. They are also listed on Joe Tillman's recommended surgeons list. Their website has transparent pricing. Cons: I can't afford full services of Dr. Sethi or Dr. Bansal and will have to place my trust in the young doctors trained by them for majority of the procedure. c. Dr. Suneet Soni of Medispa He suggested 3500 FUT grafts (because I started a conversation advocating FUT). I have read that Dr. Soni is the best for FUT, but not necessarily FUE. All his successful results are also FUT + FUE. I emailed him recently (after many months) with new photos and requesting quote for FUE. He has not responded since a week. Not sure if he is still interested. Regardless, I chose him for his results, excellent website (though no transparent pricing), prestigious memberships, and artistic reputation. My recent photos are attached. Please share your opinions, ideas, insight, suggestions regarding my surgeon choices above and the photos below. I will be very grateful for your time and help. Tagging some fellow members who also posted similar questions recently and seemed undecided on their search. @Alphabeta @Dalveer @skallig @givemehair2019
  10. Hi Melvin, Thanks for making it clear but I believe you should have named the surgeon and the representative in your announcement, so it would be clearer to anyone who comes and just read the latest post without going through the start of it. Some of them would do that and it could save someone to go through this all over again in future. Also, I do not think Dr.bhatti from Darling Buds, or 5 Rivers Hair Transplant or whatever subsidiary centre he would want to call, are not aware of what his representative actions. Of course now that is what he would claim after me sending you the proof. If really he did not know what Shera who is Dr.Tejinder Bhatti representative from UK did, Bhatti would have come here and refuse or publicly reply me when I wrote 4 days ago and even when you reached out to him to reply. They was just waiting to see if I could get hold of the proof, and if I couldn't then he would come here to deny. Question to you and everyone to wonder, why didn't the Doctor himself refuse or made any reply publicly from day one I started this post? Why didn't the doctor reply on the allegation when you asked him to do so? Why didn't the doctor discussed the results outcome publicly last year? why must a patient representative whom I did not consult reply me, when I did not even go to him for consultation? Why must a patient representative try to intimidate me by sending out an email to employers to shut me off? This is all a simple straightforward questions which nobody needs to be a genius to know the answer. Simply because Dr.Tejinder Bhatti from Darling Buds, 5 Rivers Hair Transplant Chandigarh India knows everything from start and to calm things off now he don't mind even if the patient representative from UK Shera, being made a temporary scapegoat.
  11. Here's my hair transplant testimonial from China. I had 4 transplant procedures, my very first being in the early 80's . My hairline was so bad (even after the fourth procedure that it was frequently difficult to carry on a conversation owing to the fact that the person I was talking to kept staring at my hairline. I was a living, breathing freak show. I did my research and found out about Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in India through this forum and some others. He has an excellent reputation among the experts in the field of hair restoration and so I went to his office to have my fifth procedure done almost exactly one year ago. Please see the before/after pictures below. They have been taken at 3, 4, 5 months down the line & at one year after. I don't know how to upload videos here so the clinic has made one for me. I will get the link from them soon. Let me tell you about this guy. He is the real deal. The clinic is run very professionally. In 2 of my 4 previous procedures it was an assembly line. There were I think 4 other patients being worked on at the same time I was. But Dr. Bhatti spent an entire day totally dedicated to my hair transplant procedure. Around 2400 head and 500 beard grafts were used per my pictures which am uploading. I will get the exact breakup for you soon. There is no waiting around to be seen and the staff are extremely helpful and friendly. Dr. Bhatti also has a driver who met me at the airport and drove me to the clinic at an extremely reasonable rate. Dr. Bhatti is not only a very skillful surgeon (as you can see from the pics below) but has also become a good friend of mine. If you are thinking of having a hair transplant procedure contact Dr. Bhatti. You will not be disappointed. If you have any questions, do ask!
  12. I’ll keep it relatively brief, and if anyone has any questions or wants further details, please let me know! In 2007 I had approx 900 graft FUT temple restoration here in Australia, and 12 years later decided it was time to go again. I got in touch with Shera (a patient rep for Dr. Bhatti), who has been incredibly helpful for the entire journey. After sending photos of my hair as it was, I was quoted 2500 grafts, and ended up with 2650. I arrived in Chandigarh on Monday afternoon and was taken straight to the 5 Rivers Medical Centre. I filled out some paperwork, paid another deposit, and met with Dr. Bhatti. He drew some lines on my head, asked me to take pictures of it, and look it over that night so that if I wanted any adjustments we could talk about it before my surgery. I was then taken into a room and had my blood taken for tests. The morning of the surgery, Dr. Bhatti redrew the line on my head. Looked good to me - if anything it was slightly lower than the one the night before. My head was shaved and I went in for surgery. The rest of the day is a blur. I was in and out of sleep quite a bit during the surgery and don’t remember a great deal. At the end of the surgery I was helped off the table, and sat down at another table for some pizza. At this point my eyes were quite blurry, and I was made to sign a medical certificate. Looking at it now, I can barely make out my handwriting - my eyes were so blurry I couldn’t see what I was writing. I can’t recall what happened after that, but I was driven back to my hotel. Day 1 post-op, and Day 2, I went back in to get my head washed. The bandage covering the donor area was supposed to come off on Day 2 but the staff member who was washing my head mistakenly put it back on (she thought I was day 1 post op). No-one said anything, but I could tell it wasn’t meant to be on by the way they interacted with each other. I took it off myself later that night with no issues. Late on Day 2 I noticed there were two clots formed under the skin where my IV was put in. I sent a photo to the clinic, and they advised my to purchase an anti coagulant from a pharmacy. I went to 3 pharmacies but none of them had it, so I messaged the clinic again and they sent a pharmacist with what I needed. I had no pain or swelling at all for the ensuing 3 days. The swelling happened on Day 3 on my flight home. The swelling was gone entirely on Day 8. It’s currently 3.5 weeks (24 days) post op. There’s only very slight pain left in my donor area, and some numbness in a small patch in my frontal area. Overall my experience was a good one. There were elements of the process that felt slightly rushed, but I don’t think it had any impact on the overall outcome. The Dr and the staff were all pleasant to deal with. I've posted before pictures, directly post op, and Day 23. At this point, I’m going to reserve my opinion until the 6 month mark, and my judgment on the overall outcome until 12 months to give my hair time to do it’s thing. Happy hair growing! PRE-OP Day 1 Post Op Day 23 Post Op
  13. Hi all, I am a 29 years old male based in Malaysia, and have been researching for quite a while now. I found the posts here to be super helpful and informative, so thanks a lot everyone for sharing your experience! Initially I was only considering India (Eugenix vs Dr Bhatti), due to proximity from Malaysia. However, with the recent price increase with Eugenix, I am opening up my search into Turkey as well. I was wondering if there is anyone out there who has compared these Indian and Turkish IAHRS doctors? If so, I would really love to hear your opinions! India - Dr Arika Bansal + Dr Pradeep Sethi from Eugenix - Dr Tejinder Bhatti from darling buds in India Turkey - Dr. Ekrem Civas from Civas clinic - Dr. Hakan Doganay from AHD - Dr Koray Erdogan from ASMED Cost is of course a factor for me (e.g., with the most expensive package at 210 Rs with Eugenix, it's almost 2x the price quoted to me from Dr. Bhatti, and flying to turkey will cost more for me), but I would rather spend a bit more money for assurance of good results. If you have not compared the doctors between countries, would love to hear your 2 cents if you've looked any of the doctors as well. Really appreciate your help, and I wish everyone a full head of hair till they're 80 years old
  14. Regarding Dr Bhatt posting personal information of a patient I believe you are being purposefully misleading (some would say lying), as Melvin had only given permission to post the emails AFTER Dr Bhatti had done so - explicitly telling Dr Bhatti to remove his personal information; "Dr. Bhatti, if you post anything with the patients personal information please make sure you remove the personal information first before posting" https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/54898-tejinder-bhatti-the-worst-hair-transplant-experience-and-unprofessionalism/ That patient even messaged me privately complaining about it. When you combine this with your weak attempt to only focus on your clinics "good results" while continually failing to acknowledge the fucking awful ones occur with more severity and more frequency than the other clinics on the network, it only confirms you have a habit of whitewashing the truth. But I guess that’s what we should expect from the paid representative of Dr Bhatti.
  15. Hi Folks, It took me long to post this similar to what it took me to decide for going for my HT 😊 Well in order for me to take you through my journey allow me to explicate it in phases……. About me: Indian by Nationality, currently 34 years of age, an individual highly cautious for his health and overall wellbeing. Hard working and quite disciplined in maintaining a decent lifestyle. Somewhat introvert in nature though can’t say completely. My Hair-loss story: I had thick dense curly hairs since my childhood. The bad phase of my hairs started when the good phase of my career started. I came to Dubai at the age of 24 post completion of my education MBA (Marketing). I got recruited in a MNC and was eager to achieve a lot. And like they say that all things come with a price tag, may be my precious hairs were the price of my professional achievements. It was around 3-4 years down the line since I started to realize that something is not going well with my hairs as I started noticing a lot of hairfall. As I told you I am very health cautious, I immediately tried to research/apply all possible ways and means to combat this hairfall, from hair oils to herbs, to supplements, to yoga, to fruits/ healthy diet, from homeopathy to allopathy to Ayurveda, what and what not…… You name it and I might have done it all to preserve my hairs. BUT……All in despair. Nothing seemed to have been affecting much. It was getting worse day by day and I had started to use hair fibers in order to conceal my agony. It had been 10 years since I was continuously battling and that was when I regained all my strength and decided that it’s time for me to get a HT done. My Hair Transplant story: Post making up my mind for HT, the most difficult step was to finalize a doctor/surgeon. Pause here…..when I say a doctor, I don’t just mean a doctor……I needed someone as good as the creator himself. My expectations were really sky high when it came to choosing someone for rectification of my devastated felicity, MY PRECIOUS HAIRS……. It seemed almost impossible to satisfy my expectation but I was determined….I visited numerous clinics, met multiple doctors/surgeons, continued with my routine online investigations and also got inclined towards couple of doctors though not fully satisfied. Then I remembered and approached one of my cousins whom I consider an encyclopedia. I reached out to him for assistance in my search. It took him few weeks before he could get back to me with certain recommendations. The final decision was obviously mine and I started conversing with the finalized ones. It was no later than my first conversation with Dr. Tejinder Bhatti, I was convinced that HE IS THE ONE……..He saw my pics and gave me an estimation of 3000 grafts (approx.). It was not the number of grafts which would have mattered to me nor the financial aspect. I could sense his expertise in his approach. We hardly had a couple of calls and exchange of may be couple of mails and I decided to get my HT done from him. Journey to Darling Buds Hair Transplant Clinic: 12th Jan 2018 was when I got my HT done from Dr. Tejinder Bhatti. It was around 2-3am when I reached Chandigarh on the same day and around 8am I was with Dr. Bhatti for my procedure. We just had a small chat discussing my hairline, temples and we were through. It took around 7 hours for the overall procedure. Dr. Bhatti did the most of the procedure himself. Upon completion of the procedure I was given Post Op care instructions and next day I went for my dressing which again was done by Dr. Bhatti himself. That was it and I was free. There was not a single moment of pain and discomfort. Dr. Bhatti and his team took extreme care overall. It was merely a span of 2 days and I would have never imagined that these 2 days are going to be the life changing ones for me. As a standard HT procedure, it took around 5-6 months since the transplanted hairs flourished exceeding my expectations. I no more had to use any fibers, no more had to be worried about hiding my pathetic hair condition. It was all natural. Dr. Bhatti had infused new life to my hairs and scalp. Till date all the people who know about my HT keep complimenting me every now and then. They all admire my current hair looks. W.r.t. the people who don’t know about my HT, they can’t even make out that I have done any treatment. It’s so natural that nobody can even guess it in their wildest dreams. You may refer pics and evaluate on your own. SUMMARY – Words such as skilled, adept, experienced, apt, professional can be considered a synonym for Dr. TEJINDER BHATTI. He is a master of his game. A profound HT surgeon who has the ability to furnish outstanding results. The entire team at Darling Buds clinic is extremely friendly, co-operative and caring. Though I don’t remember all the names but Shalini and Puneet are 2 individuals out of the team with whom I have already developed a bonding. Dr. Bhatti and team manage even the minutest thing from the inception till cessation with extreme care. The overall atmosphere of the clinic is completely apt. The results produced by Dr. Bhatti are prolific and he can truly be regarded as a man with magical hands. I would highly recommend Dr. Tejinder Bhatti and DARLING BUDS as “One Stop Destination” for all individuals who are highly caring about the health of their hairs. P.S. – The above is not at all an endorsement but the true narration of my self-experience with Dr. Tejinder Bhatti.
  16. My donor area 7 months post FUE. No visible marks or scars after short hair cut! FUE - the golden harvest!
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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!
  21. 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.
  22. 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
  23. 1800 Grafts received in frontal region from the Talented Dr. Tejinder Bhatti My Story:So where to start from? I was just 15 years old when i started to feel something is not right with my hair.As years progressed I started to see that my hairs are receding drastically.At the tender age of 18 when i was in 12th standard i had 2 bald patches in the famous "W"or "M" shape, whatever it is.I cant express my feelings how dejected,shocked,lost i was at mere age of 18. All i could do was to do a combover. Surprised i was that it covered my bald patches nicely, but i was left insecure. Those insecure feelings like if someone catches my combover,the fear of wind, the ugly hairstyle reason etc etc. I lost My girlfriend, My friends not because of only balding but because of those insecure feelings. I stopped going to social events,birthday parties,nightouts. Hell I even stopped doing my favourite hobbies, games etc etc. I know some of you can relate with me:(. The matter of fact was i believed that i looked good only with my hairs. So basically what i was feeling at just the starting point of my college is i cant express with WORDS.Somehow someway with regular insults about my hair i passed my college. I was a very friendly, fun loving person before my hairloss begun. And by the end of college i had became exactly opposite.I used to get irritated so easily, stopped doing all funthings. Ghosh i can carry on and on and on. I will stop herewith it. In my final year of college at age of 21 i decided to do something about my baldness. I started doing online research day in and out and then from somewhere i reached this beautiful website. And that was it. i educated myself about every possible thing.I reached to a conclusion that i wanted to do a hair transplant . Thats the only way up. So the next but the most difficult step was to select a proven doctor. But For me that was the most easy decision thanks to this website. I selected Dr Tejinder Bhatti for my hair transplant. Appointment: I made an appointment with 6 months remaining in my final year.I went to clinic, met doctor. He examined me and suggested that i needed nearly 1800 grafts Or as He said 1800 grats will improve my condition.. I then returned to my city but with the feeling of hope,optimism that i never felt in so many years. With the hope that something can be done. With the hope that if all things fall in to place i can have hairs again. And i finally decided to undergo hair transplant in the month of June. Procedure Day: Sorry but i wont go deep into this. As it has already been covered by david, shera and more. It was same with me with same ease and comfort. Thanks to Every member of Darling Buds. Clinic: The Darling Buds clinic is clean, modern and state-of-the-art. His staff is friendly, caring and attentive. They took great care of me. Doctor: An Amazing Person to start with. With his vast experience and knowledge i never felt hesitant about ht. Always readily replied to my emails,questions Summary: To every person considering Dr Tejinder Bhatti i request you to follow this link to get some info about him. This description by david contains everything that isneeded to be known about Dr Bhatti. http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/178637-dr-tejinder-bhatti-2412-fue-february-23-2015-a.html I will soon post my result, and more importantly month to month description. I have attached My few preop photos.. Thankyou
  24. Hi Rogers09, You seem to be on the right track as far as research and due diligence are concerned. When it comes to choosing your HT Surgeon, the margin of error is very low. I am sure that you will make an informed and educated decision. I wanted to chime in here just to point out that Dr. Bhatti's full name is Dr. Tejinder Bhatti. You have a typo in his name. We wish you all the best. Regards, California
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