Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for 'Dr. Victor Hasson'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Surgical Hair Restoration
    • Welcome! Click here to learn how to Post!
    • Hair Restoration Questions and Answers
    • Hair Transplant Experiences and Surgeon Reviews
    • Hair Restoration Results Posted by Patients
    • Results Posted by Leading Hair Restoration Clinics
    • Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
    • Open Hair Loss Topics
    • Visits to Leading Hair Transplant Clinics
    • Video Interviews with Leading Hair Transplant Surgeons
    • Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)
    • Support Group - Discuss personal issues due to Hair Loss
  • Non Surgical Treatments for Baldness
    • Hair Loss Drugs
    • Shampoos, sprays, and concealers
    • Hair Systems
    • Herbal hair loss remedies
    • Future Medical treatments
  • Issues Not Related To Hair Loss
    • Cosmetic Surgery Not Hair Loss Related
    • Physical Fitness Issues
    • Off-Topic Posts

Product Groups

There are no results to display.

Blogs

  • DocGMarcovici's Blog
  • Pat - Publisher of this Community's Blog
  • Hans - Webmaster's Blog
  • PanamaJimmy's Blog
  • Lailo's Blog
  • Bill - Managing Publisher's Blog
  • greganders53's Blog
  • darren smith's Blog
  • elhayekmir's Blog
  • trukutru's Blog
  • myeddula51's Blog
  • jpmonster's Blog
  • yellowgreen's Blog
  • J's Blog
  • RayukMann's Blog
  • lukeyb1687's Blog
  • Kenaz73's Blog
  • alex12's Blog
  • Albion71's Blog
  • PD's Blog
  • info_transplant's Blog
  • SharpTooth's Blog
  • araveang's Blog
  • mcal74's Blog
  • Johnny1's Blog
  • pdgoldy's Blog
  • Dr Markou's Blog
  • tienlv's Blog
  • J4R3D's Blog
  • Gossy's Blog
  • pete78's Blog
  • Hansi's Blog
  • oz-alo's Blog
  • Dsanders1's Blog
  • RodG's Blog
  • dwaynemassachusetts's Blog
  • boxers's Blog
  • friscoman's Blog
  • coldandbald's Blog
  • backspace's Blog
  • william's Blog
  • Sluggerbryce's Blog
  • ukbloke's Blog
  • umesh's Blog
  • kemper's Blog
  • rajax's Blog
  • onetwo's Blog
  • thoughtsbecomethings's Blog
  • BrainFried's Blog
  • jm75's Blog
  • smgrl009's Blog
  • Ozguy's Blog
  • jcoolb's Blog
  • rahalnewpatient's Blog
  • Topi's Blog
  • AdamAJ's Blog
  • cardel25's Blog
  • walid12's Blog
  • thikien's Blog
  • rws's Blog
  • DCClinton's Blog
  • FixMyHair's Blog
  • boloheadboy's Blog
  • IstanbulHT's Blog
  • Dan72's Blog
  • snydez99's Blog
  • spex's Blog
  • FauxHawk's Blog
  • TroyPolamalu79's Blog
  • Rabbit3's Blog
  • young53's Blog
  • gunnerg's Blog
  • barry80's Blog
  • TheSpecial1's Blog
  • dsppushpendra's Blog
  • Mutahirw's Blog
  • hairfind's Blog
  • swayzedo's Blog
  • hairwoes's Blog
  • MarkyGras's Blog
  • BOLD's Blog
  • adam1987uk's Blog
  • chris1's Blog
  • NEWHAIRPLEASE's Blog
  • rich91403's Blog
  • born76's Blog
  • Irishstreak's Blog
  • bart4hair's Blog
  • Hairgoesnothing's Blog
  • jasonbailie's Blog
  • maccasteph's Blog
  • Fit2Bgood's Blog
  • stvobadia's Blog
  • Tom2011's Blog
  • gottitgood4me's Blog
  • HairToStay's Blog
  • Movingon33's Blog
  • MinoxidilRR's Blog
  • dan4880's Blog
  • caifusan's Blog
  • Aski's Blog
  • Aarya's Blog
  • pketan86's Blog
  • hi2hiren's Blog
  • Dr Saeed Tavakoli's Blog
  • multiplier's Blog
  • Laze's Blog
  • ybbald's Blog
  • baldingdj's Blog
  • Paulwasbald's Blog
  • FUE3545's Blog
  • Montreal's Blog
  • Don2020's Blog
  • susanta2413's Blog
  • MrNewHair's Blog
  • johnyboy9's Blog
  • Keyboard's Blog
  • hairbangalore's Blog
  • givemehair's Blog
  • annmaree's Blog
  • piyush's Blog
  • raj747's Blog
  • SPacificDude's Blog
  • EdwHair1014's Blog
  • herolf's Blog
  • tauqeer78's Blog
  • chsh's Blog
  • baltyk's Blog
  • Al-DownUnder's Blog
  • trizzy's Blog
  • manus445's Blog
  • Marc12's Blog
  • Joshw97's Blog
  • Here2help's Blog
  • jmillar30's Blog
  • nicklubby's Blog
  • hairgoingby's Blog
  • Newbi01's Blog
  • Faro's Blog
  • Misssinger's Blog
  • newguy28's Blog
  • finance's Blog
  • Lancs_Man's Blog
  • BaldWhisky's Blog
  • losinghairfast's Blog
  • joespo's Blog
  • snoopy007's Blog
  • Dutch's Blog
  • furbbster's Blog
  • BaldingBlows's Blog
  • Rem's Blog
  • Rockford's Blog
  • wings's Blog
  • TheHonestTruth's Blog
  • sanjaykumar11's Blog
  • sammy123's Blog
  • JusFig's Blog
  • Anil's Blog
  • drcpa's Blog
  • powdz's Blog
  • waisal's Blog
  • badger556's Blog
  • RayInPA's Blog
  • jamie2369's Blog
  • 2000FUE's Blog
  • follicalchaser's Blog
  • mg39's Blog
  • crossy's Blog
  • jmle's Blog
  • Bangs's Blog
  • BaldingIrish's Blog
  • hairseeker2012's Blog
  • lamb11rl's Blog
  • dxdevilz's Blog
  • prophetstown's Blog
  • geranium's Blog
  • InfoSeeker2's Blog
  • rg3955's Blog
  • sujeetkr11's Blog
  • Truehair's Blog
  • Bobw's Blog
  • kinnubjd's Blog
  • widescar's Blog
  • blueboy08's Blog
  • norfolk123's Blog
  • happy-patient's Blog
  • CameronM's Blog
  • bakri's Blog
  • burned1's Blog
  • lionman's Blog
  • Operation-Dont-Be-like-Kojak's Blog
  • kc121's Blog
  • kumar80's Blog
  • Rockstar's Blog
  • grwelshy's Blog
  • Crusade's Blog
  • me2's Blog
  • happyboy's Blog
  • tjc1963's Blog
  • Jordanal's Blog
  • RobertG's Blog
  • jakeryan556's Blog
  • QuestionLove's Blog
  • michaeljames's Blog
  • Matt1107's Blog
  • Goldsilver's Blog
  • AdamBrunswick's Blog
  • Falcon45's Blog
  • SeizingFate's Blog
  • Jotronic's Blog
  • jezza's Blog
  • tuja's Blog
  • Goldie's Blog
  • FollicallyChallenged's Blog
  • Morgan's Blog
  • Baldylocks's Blog
  • Stevo007's Blog
  • jerrycan's Blog
  • Jed's Blog
  • mohsen786786's Blog
  • ejl7's Blog
  • cmjz2897's Blog
  • ItsAllAboutTheT's Blog
  • Alex13's Blog
  • timag85's Blog
  • Petee's Blog
  • cena25's Blog
  • Eagles2199's Blog
  • emd80's Blog
  • Ludo's Blog
  • onecrazythingcalledhair's Blog
  • Sonal's Blog
  • nicks09's Blog
  • myhairtransplantdone's Blog
  • coskun's Blog
  • Solutionforhairloss's Blog
  • hairshopeing's Blog
  • Coug's Blog
  • Newone's Blog
  • Bubby1914's Blog
  • Nick27's Blog
  • Italiano's Blog
  • maddie's Blog
  • mike92's Blog
  • Downunda's Blog
  • ram90's Blog
  • NYY1978's Blog
  • HairAlpha's Blog
  • sachsmartie's Blog
  • BainsRick's Blog
  • rschafer's Blog
  • Tom139's Blog
  • Mogaine's Blog
  • a's Blog
  • lastactionhero's Blog
  • lisbone's Blog
  • 198606's Blog
  • alwahishi's Blog
  • Shayshay1's Blog
  • Mystique's Blog
  • Dr. Hakan DOGANAY's Blog
  • Keith3232's Blog
  • abhimanyu's Blog
  • hanood's Blog
  • msiala's Blog
  • oncled's Blog
  • TomF's Blog
  • HairReloaded's Blog
  • Seven911's Blog
  • cr1tikal's Blog
  • shane13's Blog
  • Margaritaville's Blog
  • MSK's Blog
  • hairpassion's Blog
  • Shabs88's Blog
  • johnzvacek's Blog
  • da's Blog
  • pckrfan795's Blog
  • ballac05's Blog
  • jes45468's Blog
  • Just-a-bitmore-on-top's Blog
  • thecricketer90's Blog
  • hams82's Blog
  • davenyork's Blog
  • Tammy13's Blog
  • Drnigam's Blog
  • agenteye's Blog
  • Dr Tejinder Bhatti's Blog
  • david707's Blog
  • corvette's Blog
  • santhosh443's Blog
  • mirza7's Blog
  • JonasGars34's Blog
  • dilly's Blog
  • banhair443's Blog
  • calgaryhairguy's Blog
  • daksh84's Blog
  • behroz's Blog
  • Altdot's Blog
  • sadsub's Blog
  • samuel's Blog
  • Bentham's Blog
  • taz1456's Blog
  • jackthehopeful's Blog
  • Boon's Blog
  • hairtreat's Blog
  • J08197's Blog
  • Thomas2012's Blog
  • Holty81's Blog
  • rajman2k's Blog
  • frederickjohnson93's Blog
  • sham420's Blog
  • jeets's Blog
  • Dakota's Blog
  • Earmuffs's Blog
  • sanimian's Blog
  • Ds3jamall's Blog
  • birchy's Blog
  • tempname's Blog
  • capta1nK1rack's Blog
  • LosAngelesTransplant's Blog
  • Staffie's Blog
  • someirishguy's Blog
  • myhead's Blog
  • JMJneedshelp's Blog
  • PKHAIR's Blog
  • cachaco's Blog
  • gretchenhill's Blog
  • GeorgeUk's Blog
  • Stublue's Blog
  • Texas777's Blog
  • joem's Blog
  • DanO59's Blog
  • drchives's Blog
  • Proactive69's Blog
  • seansimpson123's Blog
  • apolo's Blog
  • jg1976's Blog
  • kwiksilver's Blog
  • Michael Vories, MD's Blog
  • Israfil's Blog
  • jmgt25's Blog
  • whattodonext's Blog
  • Miamihair's Blog
  • ecco007's Blog
  • Jamesbon007's Blog
  • SkinEd's Blog
  • bgbear's Blog
  • Coolhead2013's Blog
  • FollicularlyChallenged66's Blog
  • marklet's Blog
  • NoTakeBacks's Blog
  • RickHouston's Blog
  • ethan1985's Blog
  • vsingh1984's Blog
  • DV8's Blog
  • Bonaparts's Blog
  • Z33's Blog
  • pisces's Blog
  • rubens67's Blog
  • Genetics323's Blog
  • Ritika's Blog
  • mitchell's Blog
  • tuggu's Blog
  • MTL30's Blog
  • mikey711's Blog
  • David923's Blog
  • samuel81's Blog
  • alexander80's Blog
  • Eskimo00's Blog
  • dazzler500's Blog
  • efflux's Blog
  • tacolinowest's Blog
  • PhonicState's Blog
  • mikeharoton's Blog
  • rams518's Blog
  • Keyur30's Blog
  • mika2333's Blog
  • appleton's Blog
  • monty123's Blog
  • NotSureYet's Blog
  • can90's Blog
  • Unit040186's Blog
  • cheersboston1's Blog
  • Craiiiiig's Blog
  • anewme's Blog
  • wadenwa's Blog
  • Dave80's Blog
  • wazaam's Blog
  • Seekingalpha513's Blog
  • knud86's Blog
  • rhon271's Blog
  • ussoccerfan1990's Blog
  • California's Blog
  • zaskar11's Blog
  • Amit2014's Blog
  • Alice66's Blog
  • kokosam's Blog
  • DPHouser's Blog
  • SKP's Blog
  • hairagain69's Blog
  • WRajah2012's Blog
  • waiting's Blog
  • jerzig's Blog
  • amb2000's Blog
  • rizwanlodhi's Blog
  • jobegood1's Blog
  • sadhikari's Blog
  • HAIRTRANSPLANTDOCTOR123's Blog
  • Glider's Blog
  • jpthind's Blog
  • Sheeple's Blog
  • Drkalia's Blog
  • BaldEagle1892's Blog
  • hlosspat's Blog
  • BBBOY's Blog
  • Goforgold's Blog
  • hairytime's Blog
  • danide8710's Blog
  • sherry28's Blog
  • Yaz89's Blog
  • yoddha's Blog
  • britboy's Blog
  • FemaleFUT's Blog
  • TheMirrorOfDreams's Blog
  • thenewguy123's Blog
  • polochap's Blog
  • sudhir8702's Blog
  • Grafty's Blog
  • londonhair's Blog
  • kbkripper's Blog
  • HairPhnatic's Blog
  • Ricky's Blog
  • Dave4880's Blog
  • May013's Blog
  • Princeofhearts's Blog
  • jburelp's Blog
  • jai1234's Blog
  • FUE2579's Blog
  • eddyvedder's Blog
  • ?'s Blog
  • SunnyCool3's Blog
  • Woody6969's Blog
  • donorscar's Blog
  • Hairyboy5's Blog
  • neolion's Blog
  • Back2Form's Blog
  • Sheriff's Blog
  • Desperate1988's Blog
  • Bluesky's Blog
  • KeithJagger's Blog
  • Koolbreeze's Blog
  • takla2013's Blog
  • losingmyhair123's Blog
  • scott31007's Blog
  • EvenSteven2125's Blog
  • bombaywala's Blog
  • gmahair's Blog
  • Voltronmane2461's Blog
  • wish86's Blog
  • Kirk1963's Blog
  • shakkuu's Blog
  • sfman's Blog
  • Dhana84980's Blog
  • Fullness's Blog
  • IndiaHope's Blog
  • Swldoby's Blog
  • MrGio-WHTCClinic's Blog
  • GRIGRIMAN's Blog
  • carlosdanger69's Blog
  • Joyari123's Blog
  • cforce1's Blog
  • HairyKoala's Blog
  • scooter's Blog
  • nitesh1's Blog
  • hhhh's Blog
  • jav73's Blog
  • A29's Blog
  • northernslaphead's Blog
  • hairlots's Blog
  • Emerson12's Blog
  • romanino's Blog
  • BigDan21's Blog
  • JonesESQ's Blog
  • brazbear's Blog
  • rich-winnipeg's Blog
  • badhan1988's Blog
  • varunind's Blog
  • Brettthebarber67's Blog
  • answeredprayer's Blog
  • Paulygon's Blog
  • genesis's Blog
  • serenaspeaks's Blog
  • adrianarm's Blog
  • hawks1234's Blog
  • HTfromUK's Blog
  • MAN's Blog
  • Buro4444's Blog
  • Cgurney94's Blog
  • tolete's Blog
  • Dreammerchant's Blog
  • sdilse2's Blog
  • ginowine's Blog
  • rkasliwal1's Blog
  • voxman's Blog
  • AdrianHunt's Blog
  • HoustonChandigarh's Blog
  • sptaj's Blog
  • Newbie50's Blog
  • TrojanHorse's Blog
  • parma83's Blog
  • fgatw2013's Blog
  • UncreativeScreename's Blog
  • phantom777's Blog
  • Markinch's Blog
  • Harryb's Blog
  • dtemin's Blog
  • mehrajkhalidyousuf's Blog
  • Balbir's Blog
  • telis87's Blog
  • highforehead's Blog
  • Guru's Blog
  • spartan13's Blog
  • Wen-Yi Wu M.D.'s Blog
  • curiousge0rge's Blog
  • Diesel2513's Blog
  • Splendido507's Blog
  • HairLossIsBrutal's Blog
  • Tim's Blog
  • vas's Blog
  • Joseph624's Blog
  • HairsWantedVBN's Blog
  • samantha91798's Blog
  • Lvg's Blog
  • sherrimelton's Blog
  • rayy1984's Blog
  • popagos82's Blog
  • thomashall's Blog
  • Raz786's Blog
  • Zacbold's Blog
  • JBG's Blog
  • damien's Blog
  • sercecik56's Blog
  • Davidcorner's Blog
  • NervousBaldy's Blog
  • damien1978's Blog
  • randman's Blog
  • Gaurang Krishna's Blog
  • Superhawk's Blog
  • Dinesh04's Blog
  • abhiasv's Blog
  • FOOLISH2's Blog
  • Bogdbia's Blog
  • Vitamins's Blog
  • subhash9745's Blog
  • manojG's Blog
  • danny818's Blog
  • orhernan83's Blog
  • David-ARTAS's Blog
  • arunpattaraHT's Blog
  • sam6398's Blog
  • zingo1000's Blog
  • king0564's Blog
  • punjabiboy's Blog
  • Nohairman's Blog
  • MrG-1981's Blog
  • home1212's Blog
  • alopecia1982's Blog
  • AaronS's Blog
  • bigguy327's Blog
  • erebos's Blog
  • BMW1990's Blog
  • tk's Blog
  • cajunman83's Blog
  • ChaosBanana's Blog
  • schoy2240's Blog
  • Arekk's Blog
  • AntonioL's Blog
  • jsnw's Blog
  • Saff's Blog
  • wkretzmer's Blog
  • Freddy's Blog
  • varlax's Blog
  • vicky51191's Blog
  • dubhain's Blog
  • phoenix1988's Blog
  • confidencerestorationsurgery's Blog
  • philipsm's Blog
  • mplusf's Blog
  • apja7's Blog
  • HairYouGo's Blog
  • Doritos's Blog
  • Botros's Blog
  • cruze14's Blog
  • hadenough2014's Blog
  • Royal74296's Blog
  • Yalfassi's Blog
  • RajBoise's Blog
  • anuragrathi85's Blog
  • DrewHTSF's Blog
  • tyro's Blog
  • spitfire uk's Blog
  • 30UKGUY's Blog
  • hauntedhawk's Blog
  • Yar1989's Blog
  • Hairlesstiger's Blog
  • DerekLucan's Blog
  • Roots555's Blog
  • AlanDaniel's Blog
  • Ijazgoindi's Blog
  • eirehair's Blog
  • Thomas1988's Blog
  • cris4u's Blog
  • roamingdiver's Blog
  • Dannyboy1982's Blog
  • meher's Blog
  • Derek7's Blog
  • wilmerwesley's Blog
  • forcierraven's Blog
  • patientvic184's Blog
  • DavidA's Blog
  • HairyPotter79's Blog
  • kralko's Blog
  • awopaho's Blog
  • Daniel1979's Blog
  • shanson's Blog
  • Wwiizzkkiidd24's Blog
  • ktnouby's Blog
  • Court77's Blog
  • milanello's Blog
  • fittsrob's Blog
  • Oscar19's Blog
  • bb06's Blog
  • UK2015's Blog
  • Hairjam1982's Blog
  • kmink's Blog
  • Changingmylife's Blog
  • empirestate's Blog
  • ytnifeack's Blog
  • Danelkits's Blog
  • Amirfhm's Blog
  • haileynbc's Blog
  • Danyb's Blog
  • LasVegas2Orangecounty's Blog
  • ezel's Blog
  • watchingcountdown's Blog
  • Finguy's Blog
  • pras's Blog
  • Khanam's Blog
  • paceleb1's Blog
  • Night-day's Blog
  • Cuttlefish's Blog
  • ChadCooper3's Blog
  • RVD's Blog
  • ManchesterAK's Blog
  • nycrocker's Blog
  • FoyKohler's Blog
  • Niko1's Blog
  • MarkFUE's Blog
  • Notsure89's Blog
  • Selby1's Blog
  • BaldingInReverse's Blog
  • hokaido's Blog
  • CPR4Hair's Blog
  • Daviesr727's Blog
  • blackhimu's Blog
  • hairvanity's Blog
  • andy968's Blog
  • Tinny1378's Blog
  • DublinJack's Blog
  • laser01's Blog
  • hta's Blog
  • Kick's Blog
  • johnkia's Blog
  • patient001's Blog
  • Anthony777's Blog
  • antony789's Blog
  • LWU's Blog
  • barracuda9's Blog
  • JustJack66's Blog
  • achayan's Blog
  • GoingGoingNotQuiteGone's Blog
  • eyeahmed's Blog
  • Jam's Blog
  • wantedforwar's Blog
  • PeterRabit's Blog
  • darlinglocks's Blog
  • goozer's Blog
  • fuee2015's Blog
  • lawview's Blog
  • Franna's Blog
  • Tman's Blog
  • WHTC-7706631290's Blog
  • fazwoking01's Blog
  • good4sound's Blog
  • Dr. Suneet Soni's Blog
  • Shipwreck's Blog
  • bklynborn's Blog
  • robinmarvel's Blog
  • Dr. Shelly Friedman's Blog
  • FUTwithCooley's Blog
  • Broncos22's Blog
  • Borromeo1517's Blog
  • hairscar's Blog
  • ongbak7's Blog
  • hairdelhi's Blog
  • mitchell86's Blog
  • chris8888's Blog
  • Burlio's Blog
  • Marek's Blog
  • HawkDriver's Blog
  • silverdax's Blog
  • appooss's Blog
  • scalpesthetica's Blog
  • AntanasMolis's Blog
  • naayarneha13's Blog
  • Mayor1234's Blog
  • Bobbydee517's Blog
  • Kiran0078's Blog
  • SammyChase's Blog
  • pashpash's Blog
  • surajb's Blog
  • david2015's Blog
  • girishess's Blog
  • PaoloFiori's Blog
  • g1609's Blog
  • Vik12345's Blog
  • ammarshah's Blog
  • kerryman's Blog
  • Jock15's Blog
  • Aligem's Blog
  • Tony13's Blog
  • zafar301's Blog
  • sambaba1983's Blog
  • Omair's Blog
  • Jmorscha's Blog
  • Haksss's Blog
  • TJU's Blog
  • Jatte's Blog
  • weeg1690's Blog
  • alex2015's Blog
  • vik757's Blog
  • pbus66's Blog
  • Phantom123's Blog
  • bridbri83's Blog
  • kkgm07's Blog
  • Dr. Yetkin Bayer's Blog
  • ScorpionWest13's Blog
  • PlusHair's Blog
  • JNM's Blog
  • kris977's Blog
  • karladavis's Blog
  • chamuel81's Blog
  • getting4000's Blog
  • Receding911's Blog
  • gelo1978's Blog
  • B1gM1ke's Blog
  • Thesnake01's Blog
  • MrClean1's Blog
  • Ujay's Blog
  • Liammcd's Blog
  • Gatekeeper's Blog
  • 26HT's Blog
  • Pkk21's Blog
  • jbrown09's Blog
  • dibelloa's Blog
  • lukasyd's Blog
  • hairlosssufferer2016's Blog
  • det9925's Blog
  • hairplease82's Blog
  • 3dTimesACharm333's Blog
  • Supermanpinfold1998's Blog
  • kirenkodali's Blog
  • Adiadz9's Blog
  • hair99's Blog
  • Zues's Blog
  • ajeet's Blog
  • northstar007's Blog
  • Aerosurferlv's Blog
  • irishpaddyman's Blog
  • Ran's Blog
  • WabcoDude's Blog
  • IMLOOSINGHAIR's Blog
  • Tykocinski medical Group's Blog
  • dragonfly2014's Blog
  • edouard114's Blog
  • Win208's Blog
  • Sydney1's Blog
  • Melvin-HTsoon's Blog
  • Benny123's Blog
  • Hairhoho's Blog
  • johnFD's Blog
  • Lewisd1994's Blog
  • x1pelo's Blog
  • Alsufugy1's Blog
  • David777's Blog
  • happycanarelli's Blog
  • Julius's Blog
  • string11's Blog
  • ganjabaccha's Blog
  • scottbatt1's Blog
  • JamaicanFUE's Blog
  • bayram155's Blog
  • Satyamhairau's Blog
  • Rmartin's Blog
  • Dr.Shakti's Blog
  • jaswalraj1's Blog
  • Rani's Blog
  • HTvirgin83's Blog
  • 1Paulcor's Blog
  • nwbreed81's Blog
  • Rohans's Blog
  • KShattsy's Blog
  • NewsByScott's Blog
  • Sydaus's Blog
  • georg's Blog
  • Nancyeyre's Blog
  • MilindMore's Blog
  • Dr. Nav Vikram's Blog
  • Follicularchase's Blog
  • Haikaldingle's Blog
  • ediee02's Blog
  • mickeyblueeyes's Blog
  • YulB2's Blog
  • Nick92's Blog
  • natdylan01's Blog
  • baldindian2016's Blog
  • AshishDHT's Blog
  • Athirss's Blog
  • sanath1982's Blog
  • Vainism's Blog
  • Guy73's Blog
  • wibbles180's Blog
  • vverma's Blog
  • rohitbhalla's Blog
  • 1979's Blog
  • Promav's Blog
  • rahulindia's Blog
  • CarolSchumer18's Blog
  • Hope4all's Blog
  • kjh890124's Blog
  • Epharmarx's Blog
  • Tbcruz's Blog
  • cammi1's Blog
  • baldfornow's Blog
  • ThinING's Blog
  • Murphy89's Blog
  • HairFran's Blog
  • MacP's Blog
  • rrr's Blog
  • johnfish123's Blog
  • Anders-svanholm's Blog
  • Ironside30's Blog
  • darblue001's Blog
  • aram2012's Blog
  • jamiep's Blog
  • Diamondgl2's Blog
  • Nizlor's Blog
  • laserman123's Blog
  • Narola's Blog
  • Rwethereyet's Blog
  • Gothairr's Blog
  • Swan2swan's Blog
  • wprdds's Blog
  • rachele's Blog
  • zhanxing's Blog
  • Hawk90's Blog
  • theduke's Blog
  • newrootshairclinic's Blog
  • suraj4345's Blog
  • hairlinehelp's Blog
  • michale's Blog
  • duarte87's Blog
  • Charliea's Blog
  • Michaelpaul's Blog
  • HG1's Blog
  • AMR1's Blog
  • SivaVenkata's Blog
  • ozdownunder's Blog
  • SSS1990's Blog
  • Ferrino78's Blog
  • TOFI's Blog
  • PietroChestarini2's Blog
  • mhaider1991's Blog
  • Sydney36FUE's Blog
  • MR1KJ1's Blog
  • AngleD's Blog
  • Srkn07's Blog
  • siddharth's Blog
  • CJLondon2020's Blog
  • HybridHyper's Blog
  • Jon1986's Blog
  • billigatroja's Blog
  • azambrc's Blog
  • alex84's Blog
  • Ozer88's Blog
  • neverloosehope's Blog
  • jwbluedevil's Blog
  • Kobie612's Blog
  • scottcox's Blog
  • saddafkhan's Blog
  • dkrounder's Blog
  • FueTransplant's Blog
  • bidane001's Blog
  • stewk2001's Blog
  • rammarip's Blog
  • mb005's Blog
  • Ronnie99's Blog
  • yoyooo's Blog
  • jonyny's Blog
  • dasankur's Blog
  • thappa's Blog
  • Nym742's Blog
  • john082's Blog
  • Barberman1986's Blog
  • antertevo's Blog
  • nzmmalik's Blog
  • javierfer's Blog
  • Ameen123's Blog
  • 10 Years After Hair Transplant
  • MIha
  • Rogaine/Regaine Foam
  • I regret my fue hair transplant!!
  • Why are Grafts so high in Turkey?
  • Dharam
  • Hair Care Products
  • Hammer
  • John Okane
  • John
  • DHI- Hair Transplant Doctor
  • Hair loss treatments by Hairline international
  • How PRP Helps with Hair Loss
  • Toni
  • 2000 grafts ,Dr Koray, ASMED very happy
  • Berkowits
  • Hair Loss Solutions - Am I A Good Candidate For A Hair Transplant?
  • Hair Transplant | Hair Loss Topics
  • Hair Loss Talk
  • Ravishankar
  • Dr. Alexander FUT post transplant 4 years later. You be the judge.
  • Bio Science Hair of Colorado, Scam, Butcher, stole 5000.
  • Best African American Fue doctors . Post Opinions, Names and pictures
  • All Good Fue Doctors for African Americans. Feel free to drop names , opinions , and photos
  • Opinion, Advice Needed
  • Long Hair Smp?
  • Advice Needed
  • HealthAndMore
  • Help / Opinion needed
  • Chances
  • Chance
  • FUE OR FUT ???
  • Eugenix Dr Pradeep : Review
  • Chance
  • Cost Segregation
  • Eugenix
  • Before/after Dr Bhatti transplant
  • Best references for surgents with FUE experience with black African American Curly Hair

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Year Born


Gender


Country


State


Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern


How long have you been losing your hair?


Norwood Level if Known


What Best Describes Your Goals?


Have you ever had a hair transplant?


Hair Transplant Surgeon


Other hair restoration physicians


Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime


Other Non-Surgical Hair Loss Treatments


Comments about hair loss treatments you've tried or are considering


Url of your Patient Hair Loss Website


Your Hair Loss Story


Hair Transplant Surgeon


Hair Transplant Network Recommendation Profile


Hair Transplant Clinic Name


Primary Clinic Address


Country


State


City


Zip Code


Phone Number


Fax Number


Website


Email Address


Provides


All About Me


Name


Doctor Representative For


Second Doctor


Location


Years in Hair Transplant Profession


Email Address


Have you Ever Had a Hair Transplant?


Advice for Hair Loss Sufferers Considering Hair Transplant Surgery


My Story

Found 3,719 results

  1. Hi Spidey, your hairline looks very well designed. I noticed Dr. Hasson usually goes with a v-shape and more mature look, was this what he recommended as well before you decided to change it to the one you wanted? I am also looking at Dr. Hasson or Dr. Diep but i live locally in Vancouver as well.
  2. I imagine this design has been adopted to avoid an "unnatural" hairline. Most men experience hairloss through the course of their lives. Having the hairline of an eighteen year old (without the matching density or other aesthetics) would probably look fake. But I'm really just speculating on the reasons for a "more mature" hairline ... you asked if Dr. Hasson would ever alter his design. For the answer to that question, I suggest you ask the doctor himself 😉
  3. I noticed alot of Dr. Hasson's hair design are all quite similar and more of a mature look with a V-Shape, by any chance does anyone know if he had ever venture into a more straight line or non V-shape for a youther look?
  4. Personally I would only use a doctor that does hair transplants full-time and does not offer other cosmetic surgeries. Dr. Arocha and Dr. Armani I believe only do hair transplants. Dr. Lam seems like a very nice guy and is passionate about his work but at the time I met him he had to fly in his one technician when he performed hair transplants. Experienced technicians are a very important part of having a successful hair transplant. For example look at the picture below showing the large staff/technicians that work at Hasson/Wong. For me the patient it was very comforting to see a staff that deep built for doing nothing but hair transplants.
  5. Spanker, hairlossPA, Triple7, HTO416, BicTNYC, thanks for all the nice comments! Triple7, Dr. Hasson estimates around 3,000 grafts left in the bank via FUE.
  6. Vancouver area patient in his late 40’s had finer hair with diffused thinning heading for a stage 6. Hoping for as many grafts as possible and something north of 4,000, his above average density enabled Dr. Hasson and team to harvest 6514 grafts via FUT to rebuild a new hairline and frontal zone, restore the mid-scalp and work back into the crown. 1969 were single hair grafts, 4162 were doubles and 383 were 3-4 hair grafts. These photos were taken 3 years post-op.
  7. I've narrowed my search down to Hattingen and Dr. Rahal. Had a consult with Hasson & Wong, that didn't go too great. Nothing to do with my expectations or theirs (my expectations were actually quite modest as compared to theirs to be honest) but felt it just isn't the place for me. Consulting with Rahal and Hattingen later this week. One thing about Rahal is you can find loads of first hand patient accounts. Since Hattingen is located in Europe, it is really hard to find any person that has gone to them and shared their experience. Anyone know of anyone, even if there has been forums outside of the HTN that have patient experiences with Hattingen?
  8. Yes and No: i mentioned two conditions (lupus & thyroid). I actually only have thyroid. But both are definitly related to hair loss, that's not even a debate. So there's that. And I think your misunderstanding what I'm saying. I clearly have AGA, it's just the loss has been kickstarted due to other conditions as well. As far as my donor area is concerned, I've had a face to face with many doctors, including Hasson. Excellent donor with little to no chance of any thinning or loss happening in the back, and that's from Dr. Hasson. Estimation, 4500 grafts. Not concerend with the donor area, thus FUT.
  9. I feel the same way, honestly I don’t think I’d be where I’m at now if I was still bald. At the time when I barely had any hair left. I just didn’t want to be a cueball. Now I’m amazed at where I am. Granted I still use concealer to look 100%, but having this hair allows it to look 100% natural. I’m also eternally grateful to Dr. Diep, guys chamged my life. One poster mentioned surgeons only do it for the money, but come on, there’s no way Dr. Hasson doesn’t look at you and feel good about himself. You’re his masterpiece. It’s an accomplishment like a trophy. He’s spent the money you paid for your transplants long ago, but the satisfaction of his work will never go away.
  10. I started losing hair at 17! I remember being on the bus home from college, before even being aware myself I had any issues and someone commented on my receding temples! I became acutely aware of it at 18 and grew my hair forward in an attempt to cover it, as it thinned, it became more obvious that it was a bad comb forward! at probably 21 i could no longer hide it and would find myself not going to places where I couldn’t this wear a hat. I even wore a hat in the house to hide it from my parents! At 24, I decided to shave my head to see how it looked, but my hair was so thin at the front that it looked like I had no hair on top and no disearnable hairline. from then up until my first procedure at 26/27 I withdrew socially and wouldn’t go anywhere at all without my hat even though I used concealers every day! looking back I feel I wasted 10 years of my life being so paranoid about my hair. I also used to look at people and friends with hair and experience extreme jealously and ask “why me!?” Looking back now that seems silly, but it affected me that much. at 27/28 after my first hasson procedure it’s no exaggeration to say my life and my confidence completely changed, my hair is now far better than at 18, and I regularly get compliments on my hair, people asking where I get it cut/how I style it etc, no one is aware I had a transplant... not just for the the quality of the work (although that’s a big factor), but also the lengths I would go to to hide my hair loss pre surgery. Now at 38 years of age I have people thinking I’m in my 20’s, and a few months ago I got carded buying alcohol!lol the friends I used to be so jealous of having hair are all now balding to some extent and are now envious of my hair!lol in all it’s no exaggeration to say that if I hadn’t had a HT/‘s then I wouldn’t be where I am in life or as happy as I am because I’d still be as paranoid about my appearance and attempting to hide it and myself away from everyone! Not to sound like an infomercial but Dr. Hasson and his team completely changed my life and I will be forever greatful
  11. Guys, There is no perfect surgeon. Dr. Hasson has had negative reviews every surgeon has had less than stellar results or reviews. It’s important to speak with happy and unhappy patients.
  12. Looks awesome Legend! Your donor is super thick so I'm expecting a home run result. Pretty cool Dr. Hasson explicitly guaranteed his work, and put it in writing. When I asked Dr. Diep to do the same he said no lol.
  13. great write up, and love your Q&A with Dr. Hasson! nothing better than an informed patient as you obviously are - heal and grow well
  14. Hello Everyone, Last year (Nov.2017) i made my 2nd HT at Asmed clinic Istanbul about 5146 grafts Fue method in NW5 pattern. Some infos about me... I had another acc here many years ago but due to inactivity i forgot my account and i created this one to show my progress. I am male 36y old and i have made 2 ht's. First at 2009 with strip method at Dr Hasson about 3200 grafts in the frontal area and temples. And 2nd at 2017 at Asmed clinic. about 5146 gafts. A total of ~8400 grafts. I would like to post foto's during my progress to discuss things about my progress etc. but due to limited free time i didn't make it.... But now i created a video about my progress to share with you, from the beggining to the final result and i am very pleased with the result. the video is here you can watch it at 1080p for better viewing and i am open to disscuss any details & questions or pros or cons about my situation. etc.
  15. Okay, so the next week I flew to Canada .. around a two hour flight from California.. reason I chose to go with H&W? - They are a Top clinic , n I can’t take a chance of risking surgery n spending so much money on lower tier clinics . I also liked that they can dense pack the hairline, so I won’t have to go back again for a second pass for density . ( very important to me ) N when I asked the patient coordinator if they gurantee their work . He said of course buddy , it’s what we do here .. so By hearing that , i know already their customer service is going to be good. Customer oriented .. n I have peace of mind that I’m not spending $20,000 for average results . - n also , I was doctor hasson’s only patient that day .. Doctor Wong was doing FUE on another patient .. so I was really happy about that .. I wanted personal attention , n not feel like I’m at a hairmill . - I also changed my mind with going with FUE n wanted to do an FUT now.. since I felt I should maximize my donor with FUT first then do a FUE later on in life .. at first I never thought I would consider FUT but since I keep my hair medium to long .. the scar isn’t a big deal to me. Especially if it’s a clean , small scar, u won’t ever see it on me .. n it’s also more cost effective .. $12,000 for 2500 grafts fut vs $20,000 for 2500 FUE.. - When I arrived at the clinic . I got to meet Doctor Hasson for the first time n he gave me a evaluation . I insisted that he Measure my hair caliber with the densitômeter .. donor hair is around 80 microns top of head is around 70 microns . n the hairline around 40 microns.. It seems like I’ve been thinning all these years, good thing I got on finasteride last year , to hopefully slow it down .. I showed him the pic from above , of when dr. diep drew that hairline for me . I told Doctor Hasson to get close to that. After further examining my head he said I should do FUE with 2500 grafts .. since I still have a lot of hair up top , he didn’t feel like he can get it dense enough to match my native hair with 2500 FUT. since there be more single hairs than needed from a FUT .. then he examined my head n see if I even had enough laxity for a fut.. n I didn’t I booked this surgery date with h&w on a week notice .. so I didn’t have enough time to do scalp exercises .. I also have a small head n not much body fat .. my scalp is tight .. so right there my choice was to go FUE or go home . My first choice to do FUE anyways , so I was fine with it .. since he explained to me that FUE gives a denser hairline ( less see through effect ) because they can cherry pick all the bigger grafts . That makes sense to me .. n even though it costed me $8,000 more , totaling $20,000. It’s worth that extra cost today . - I also asked him how many FUE have u done ( since they are famous for their FUT) he said around 1,000. Then I asked who’s going to be doing the extraction, n he pointed to his tech Carmen . Then I asked how many years of experience does she have. ( I can be kinda blunt sometimes ) He said 4.... then he reassured me that she was really good , n that she can hold her own extracting against other doctors during the hair restoration conferences ... i asked doctor hasson straight up if he will gurantee his work ,. I gave him the terms of at least 90% of growth , n not have one side denser than the other .. I was like I don’t want to come back if it doesn’t grow well , n he was like we don’t either .. then I asked if he can put it in writing , n he said do u want me to sign it too? I was like , yeah ! after that I was good to go , I requested extra meds , so I can sleep for most of it . N requested that they shave my hair not too high so I can cover up my surgery . N I asked Carmen the extractor tech , to not get too many hairs from the side ( since it’s thinner ) n not overharvest any one area, I don’t want bald patches .. she said okay I also asked doctor hasson to go up as high as possible on the recipient area . Replace the miniaturized hairs on the hairline . So I can build that wall of hair .. - it’s a good thing I’ve Done my research ; n know what to expect and know what I want and ask for .... to be cont. .. pics are right after we finished the implantation ., it looks clean , nice n dense .. not too bloody either .. n the 8.5mm punch is barely noticeable ..
  16. He isn't asking about FUT though, he's asking about FUE, Dr Diep has quite a few FUE's documented on here and on youtube where as Dr. Hasson has a few but really has been a specialist in FUT from what I've researched, fair enough though, just seems you are going with the one who has less documented FUE results.
  17. my personal preference of who's the better HT surgeon based on documented results - overall skill and artistry if I had to choose just between those 2 doctors - I would select Dr. Hasson every time
  18. Vancouver area patient in his mid 30's. Dr. Hasson and team transplanted 3,100 grafts via FUE to rebuild a new hairline and frontal zone. 301 were single hair grafts, 2511 were double and 189 were 3-4 hair grafts. A nice result at 7 months with more added volume and density to come.
  19. Planning to do my 3rd HT with Dr. Koray Erdogan mid December (dates booked) . My 1st HT 2750 grafts (FUT) was with Dr Madhu in 2013, 2nd HT 1500 grafts (FUE) was with Dr Bhatti in 2015. Both were unshaven and hence the relatively low graft count. As you can see from the attached pics, my hair loss has deteriorated a lot over the past few years. I hide it well using concealers like Toppik, but am hoping for a permanent solution. Dr Bhatti mentioned he could extract only 1500-2000 grafts for the next HT, so started reviewing doctors who could potentially provide a higher graft count. As I was exploring different options last year and this year, 2 doctors were at the top of my list. First was Dr Hasson /Wong for FUT, and second was Dr Erdogan for FUE. I had an in person consultation with H&W representative in Americas, and he said the doctor could extract upto 5000-5500 grafts over 2 sessions (equal split) 6-12 months apart. The first H&W FUT surgery will yield only 2200-2500 grafts due to the scar tissue from the first FUT from Dr Madhu. The second HT would mostly be a FUE. While I was happy with the graft count, splitting the surgery into 2 wasn't ideal. The second option was Dr Erdogan, who is well known for his extremely high graft count. I was pleasantly surprised (shocked?) by his high graft quote of 5000 grafts. I was also extremely impressed with his results. I know there are few threads that cast doubts over his results, but the overwhelming body of work that is extremely impressive is difficult to ignore. Looking forward to my HT in 2 weeks. Will update the forum with my experiences and results. If anyone has any feedback, comments, tips or questions, please do let me know. Fingers crossed !!!
  20. @ILikeMyHair As I have seen your another thread in which you have mentioned you had your first procedure with Dr. Hasson & Wong and now with Dr. Soni, both are best hair transplant surgeon as per my research. I myself feel that 8 months are not good enough to see the full results, you might have seen patients with slow rate of hair growth and getting delayed results, in some cases it takes more than usual time may be up to 15-16 months. still, you have a good hair growth in 8 months, look decent after combing, don't be impatient, let the hair grow fully. I strongly believe Dr. can transfer your hair root, but he cannot improve the quality of your hair by surgery & thin hair never gives a very dense looking output, you should be very practical. Please share whether you are taking finasteride for hair thickening as I can see they are very thin in nature.
  21. Hey guys ,, so I need to confirm with H&W today to book it or not .. even though I would of liked to have surgery with diep .. but this is a good alternative .. getting 2500 fut grafts for around $12000.. im choosing them because I know they are excellent with the scars . Able to dense pack the hairline and have good customer service and guarantees their work .. Their hairline drawing is okay .. but I will delegate to Dr. Hasson to be aggressive with my hairline n to mimic doctor dieps hairline drawing he has of me .. So should I take the plunge ?
  22. Hello, I had a FUE by Dr. Erdogan in February of 2017 and it has been nearly 20 months at this time and wanted to ask a few questions and see what people think. I am a little dissapointed in my results. That is not to say that my results are a total failure, but my main goal going into this procedure was to fix my hairline. I had a botched FUT in 2013 in Colorado. I then had a repair and small FUE with Dr. Konior in 2014. I then had 3200 graft FUE with Dr. Erdogan in 2/2017. I think if money was no object I would have gone with Konior for my last FUE but all the research I had done suggested that the best FUE results were coming out of turkey, in particular Dr. Erdogan. Also, when I had my FUE with Dr. Konior, extractions were done with a rotary tool, something like a power drill type device and I was lead to believe that manual punch extraction was in some way better. Regardless of my reasoning I am here now, and must move forward and deal with the situation. My problem is that I still have a very think hairline, and have to comb my hair in such a way as to cover my hairline. All I want is to be able to brush my hair back and not have a very odd, thin hairline. I have not contacted the clinic for follow up. At this point I would like other peoples thoughts on how to move forward. I do not think my hairline will thicken up enough to avoid needing another procedure. I am thinking of contacting Hasson and Wong or another person a little closer to home. Anyhow thoughts and suggestions are welcome. I posted a before and after pic and have many more pics I can post if people would like.
  23. 57 days out of a so far good experience with Dr L. Nader. This post will have results, experiences, opinions on my procedure and the process in general. 1) Decision. Early 40's male with slow progressing hair loss since early 20's and at time of procedure guessing a NW5 . Still had enough hair growing across the bridge of my head for some passable comb over action. Hair loss comes in waves somewhat. And this last wave over the past 3 years it went from presentable. to really thin and debatable if the comb over was helping frame my face, or looking kind of like I was holding on and trying too hard. Basically that point we can all see in other guys when we can safely say they look better just buzzing it and owning their confidence again. Funny thing is we don't see it easy in ourselves. To that end we have all seen men here completely failing in this department. I watched several guys here who looked really handsome with a little receding hairline rush and get a new one only to look less manly and detract from their looks. Granted, most guys benefit hugely from the front center being there, but sometimes high temples look better with certain guys and they screw it up. Bit the biggest fails I see here are the older guys who overdye and get too aggressive trying to see themselves at 20 in the mirror and it looks BAD. Or the flip side is they get some little tuft of hair three inches too high. It looks good to them, but they would look so much better just shaving it off and waste huge money on a look that hurts their looks. ASK PEOPLES ADVICE. I was lucky that I have a few really attractive female friends in their late 30's and early 40's and got some feedback. All said the same things! First is they really don't look at guys hair much unless it is bad. Kind of like how women notice each others nails and makeup but guys don't really focus on that. But let's also be honest, some people look good bald, but most look better with hair. A HT isn't going to make you go from a 5 to a 10. But like clothes, really bad hair can ruin you. If it is stringy and receding bad. man up and cut it off. Or if you are a good candidate and can really make a nice look, go with the HT if you can afford it. But only if it really can improve your look. Go bald or have it restored to at least a convincing mature hairline. After looking at 10,000 results I can say anything less will only make you look worse! To that end, I gave up the struggle with creative combing, hair spray and shading makeup (works great for once in a while when you want to look your absolute best). I cut my hair to about one inch. I hated it at first. Never had it like that before. Crazy thing is after a few weeks of getting used it it I knew I looked a 1000x better. All my female friends I asked were crystal clear they thought it was great short and was an improvement. I know I looked more bald, but confidence is sexy and I looked more confident . even if I didn't feel it. I always thought I would never have the kind of face or head that looked right buzzed. But turns out it's probably in my head and a lot of guys too. I only cut it short to prepare for the HT and see how I liked it since it was going to get cut off anyhow. I grew to like it. Not sure I will choose to grow it back to the 3-4 inches it was ever again. 2)Decision made, now what? So I am not a rich guy. But I always said when my hair got to the point where I really felt it was an issue, I would look at getting FUE. NEVER FUT. Month's of research and for the life of me, unless you are a NW6 who want's to absolutely push graft numbers to the limits, why would you ever let someone meat clever your head and get a huge scar. DON'T DO IT unless you are in that tight spot going for broke. Even then I think it is foolish. Two big decisions to make. One was what surgeon and two, how much needed to be done with a FUT procedure. I could not afford to use one of the top 10 big name clinics in the world. They have a huge proven track record of a high rate of good results and are the obvious choice if you have $20-40,000usd to spend. And with so many results you can see each doctor has a look that they strive for. Some are dense hairlines, some maximizing donor grafts for the best overall look. All are good, but pick one who's style you like and you have made as safe of a bet as you can. No Dr. hits a home run every time. Even the best. But odds are ever in your favor! HT is not rocket science. I see tons of guys disappointed for different reasons. Sometimes it is a medical failure, but usually an issue of unrealistic expectations, surgeon skill and lack of homework. After having looked at 1000's of results I gained some wisdom. The math does not lie. To get the density I wanted over the area that I wanted with the hair type I have I knew I needed 3,500 Grafts. The numbers are simple really, but ignored by most. The average patient with average thickness hair and average of 2 hairs per FU needs 40-50 follicles transplanted per cm2. installed in mostly bald areas. That is the minimum to have hair that does not look blatantly thin to the average person in front of you. It would probably not look right on a 22 year old, looks okay on a 40y old and up. Now, if you have jet black hair on a white guy, going to need more! It is not hard to measure. I did the math and knew what I needed. Now to find the right Dr. 3) With my budget in mind, I set out to explore the lesser known options outside of the superstars. This is where it gets murky. Even the 2nd tier surgeons in the US are pretty expensive. Some are for sure second tier because they don't do as good or as reliable work. Others are maybe up and coming and making a name for themselves. You can make your own decisions there. Then there are the 3rd tier places. Basically every city is full of plastic surgeons who will do a HT for you. But unless this is what they do, and all they do, STAY AWAY. It is a very skilled thing and needs a well oiled machine of a team. But for guys who are on a limited budget there is another option. Getting your HT done in a lower cost nation. Turkey is the superbowl of that. If you are smart and do your homework, you can get a world class HT done there at a fraction of the cost. But you really need to do your homework and sometimes roll the dice. I mean if you have a 95% chance of getting a best case result at a US superstar, maybe you have a 90% there at a good place in Turkey for 1/4 of the price. On a budget, that is still pretty good odds. I was going to get a HT in Turkey. The risk to reward on a budget was the next best choice to a top doc here in the USA. I was about to book a plane ticket when I caught wind of Dr. Nader in Mexico. 4) Why I went to Mexico. Simple really. I found a doctor I felt confident in who crossed all the t's and dotted all the I's I needed for a practice. His results were good (at least at the time I booked) and of course it was much closer than Turkey. I rented a car and drove there in a day. And of course, cost. I could afford 3,500 grafts there. And more importantly felt confident in his practice. To me it was the next best choice after the top USA doctors. So I booked a 2 day FUE with him. 5) Why Dr Nader. I knew I was going to have to get more creative than booking a bankrupting HT with Hasson and Wong. Having researched tons of doctors, medical journals and message boards, I came to settle on this guy for a few reasons beyond cost and location. He does the extractions and incisions himself. In other words, no technicians who you know nothing about doing the work. Sure, people can be trained and you go with the reputation of the practice. But even better if you know for sure someone who has done this 1000's of times is behind the punch putting 1000's of holes in your head. He has the right staff. Dr. Nader had 5 nurses/techs working with him on my procedure. He used a .8mm punch He limits how many grafts he does a day and only sees one patient a day. Very important and a real sign of quality. His website is lacking and marketing is non existent. But with some real effort you can see he had the important things you look for on paper with a good HT surgeon. At the end of the day I really had to look at results. His results are poorly documented. Considering he does this every day and has for over a decade, you would hope for more to go on. But I really had only about 10 results to see. And to be honest some looked mediocre. On the bright side I never saw any negative reviews or bad results. Then came the real hard looks. I noticed every mediocre result was because of low graft counts. Simply put Dr. N was getting really good results with the actual hairs he transplanted, but often patients were not having enough grafts done to start with. At the time of my booking I only could find one person he worked on that had what I would consider a sub-par result. I figured most of the unremarkable results were due to budget. I mean if the patient only has a limited budget, you do what you can and I think he gets a lot of guys who are on a budget. Armed with that information I felt strongly that Dr. N was a good choice and would be able to get the same graft survival rates as any top doctor should. I will add that right at the time of my procedure several new cases came to light here where his results were week even when the patient had enough grafts implanted. So I kind of got nervous. Though even those results were not failures. But they were not home runs either. One guy may just need more time, the other looks like maybe 60% of it grew. Time will tell I guess. Had I see these before my procedure, I may have gone to Turkey and seen one of the clinics there. It would have been a harder choice. I am glad I saw them after..lol 6)Procedure. His office is 2 miles from the USA. Really no big deal and he sends a car. Nice office. Everything they say about the man here is spot on. He is kind, professional, knowledgeable and you can not help but feel in good hands and like the guy. Very down to Earth. We talked about my goals and what we would be working towards. He also talked very candidly about his own struggles with hair loss and why he chose this profession. Even some American doctors who he knows personally as he is active in the community of HT surgeons. I also learned quickly why many of his results look thin. It really comes down to each surgeon is a bit of an artist too. His aesthetic is very conservative. To say he is NOT money driven is an understatement. He tried to convince me I only needed 2500 grafts even though it would still take up the two days I was booked for. So he would have lost thousands of dollars because he was advocating for me and what he felt. He could have safely transplanted the 3500. He just said it was not needed to have a nice result, and save my money. So two awesome things there, One, you start to realize this Dr. in his mind thinks thin hair looks age appropriate. There is no right or wrong there. Two, he proved to me that he is not money driven, but results and compassion driven. Regardless of my final result, I completely respect and feel confident in his ethics. Ultimately I was steadfast in wanting to get the density I was aiming for and knew I needed to hit for the look I wanted (low 40's per cm2). He agreed to implant to a as high a density as possible where we were still 100% safe and not pushing it. We ended up with about 500 extra grafts since I was insistent on harvesting 3500 and he truly didn't know how dense he could pack safely till implantation started later. So we put the last 500 in the crown. He also ended up with about 100 more grafts than I paid for, but told me not to worry about that. Very classy operation. Procedure was over two consecutive days. Not painful and pretty standard for a HT. Each session of about 1800 grafts took about 6 hours from first punch, till last implant. That's well within the safe zone time wise. He also uses a upgraded storage solution, but only mentioned it when I asked. These are things he could easy market on his website or cheap out on techs. Nope, he just likes what he does and cares for his patients. The first night I took some Advil. Night of 2nd day or surgery I didn't even have to take anything. It was as pleasurable and painless as you can hope for. It is really not fun though and let's not sugar coat it. But not so horrible you can't watch TV or grit your teeth and get through it. At the end of the two days we had implanted 3588 grafts. Nearly all were 2 hair grafts. My hairs according to him were on the thicker side of average. I have average donor density in back, so I probably have 2-3000 or so in reserve for the future. Most of it went into the frontal 1/3 and quick math shows we implanted at a density of about 43 grafts per cm2. We went with a fairly conservative hairline that we agreed looked good. Though he felt I could have left it about 1/3 inch higher on my forehead. I wanted it a bit more forward and that's what he did and I don't regret that.
  24. Hey guys , so my surgery date for 2000 FUE grafts supposed to be on 11-19-2018.. I had 5 buisiness days prior to surgery to make full payment .. I have the whole money in my bank account , but had lost my debit card the week prior .. so they wanted me to use PayPal so I signed up for it but I had to wait for my confirm with PayPal before I can pay .. so the office manager told me I had until 3pm yesterday to make payment .. even though I told i be able to do it tomorrow.. she still cancel on me and reschedule me for the next earliest date October 28th 2019 for FUT or FUE.. I’m kinda upset about it . Since my PayPal account is active now I’m able to pay .. so I’m a day late n they still canceled .. but kinda glad cuz I rather do FUT to save money .. and it’s wiser to do fut ur first transplant .. I told them I want to be on their cancellation list for upcoming cancels .. but right now , I feel like going to giving Hasson n Wong a consult .. diep clinic can steal my $1000 deposit .. I’m not waiting a whole year , I’m not crazy about their FUT , I like his hairlines though .. but their office is not very customer friendly .. .. so is Hasson n wong prices on their website Canadian dollars? I think I might go to them if their schedule is open .
  25. sorry to hear about your situation, I can relate because I had a HT when I was in my early 20's in the 1990's, no idea what I was getting into other than I thought it was a solution to my fear of starting to lose hair, but it was the exact opposite, I got plugs put into my hairline which was fine for a several years until I lost more and more hair. I suffered for decades styling my hair in the most creative ways to try and conceal my hair loss, using hair sprays, gels, comb-overs, etc. I finally had enough after doing quite a bit of research and coming across this site, doing my research on new techniques, best in class doctors, etc. I finally got a few consultations with some top notch docs including Feller, Hasson, Shapiro, Konior, but settled on doing FUE with Rahal. I can't tell you how freeing it was to finally correct a problem and fear I was living with for years ... it was the best thing I could have done for myself. I hope you find a solution to your issue to, maybe Dr. Umar?? If your donor is depleted, he does some great work with body, beard grafts. Post some pics of your condition so others can give you some advice as well. Best of luck to you.
×