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  1. Hello All- so I started researching hair transplants almost 4 years ago. At that time, it seemed that Dr. Rahal came up as the best for FUT and in general. 3 years ago I put down a $1500 deposit for Dr.Rahal but due to somethings, I was not able to have the surgery. Now, after those 4 years, based on my research it seems Dr. Hasson is the best. I am really focused on getting a dense hairline and at first that was my reasoning to go with the “King of Hairlines.” But I am now very torn! Do I go back to Dr.Rahal or just forget about the deposit and choose Hasson. Am I being crazy or had Dr. Hasson really jumped over Dr. Rahal. Please help me decide!
  2. I had my meetings today with James from Hasson & Wong clinic, and Chris from Rahal Clinic (briefly met with Dr. Rahal too which was nice and unexpected). Both of the reps were great, thorough and informative. They both gave me a good sense of the clinic's approaches to surgeries and they both took my priorities into account and gave me a realistic idea of my options. Both clinics have done a good job choosing their reps! Now I need to start making decisions. Besides choosing a surgeon I also need to make the choice between FUT and FUE. Here's what I learned today: 1. My donor area is not terrific but also not bad. I have approx 6,000 to 7,000 available grafts 2. I have enough scalp elasticity for FUT 3. According to James I have retrograde allopecia above my ears. This was news to me and I've started reading up about it. I get my haircut every two weeks, in a fade style and always have very short back and sides so I am used to seeing a lot of scalp in this area and hadn't noticed what James was pointing out before. Interested to hear if others agree with this assessment, and what I can do about it (should I apply rogaine here? dermaroll the area?) 4. Hairs on the lower nape of the neck are not advised for FUE extraction because the lack of density makes the punch scars more obvious (makes sense but I have a lot of growth on my lower neck and have to shave there every few days so I was hoping to get these moved topside) Recommendation from Hasson & Wong An approx 4,000 graft FUT session to fill in the temples and bring my hairline down slightly and build through the mid scalp while leaving the crown untouched. This should leave ~1,500 or more grafts for a future surgery to fill in progressive loss of native hair in the front to mid scalp or if I've truly stabilized on my meds then to work on the crown. FUE is also available at a higher cost per graft but James advised FUT first to maximize future donor availability for a second surgery down the road. Recommendation from Rahal An approx 3,200 graft FUE session with similar objective as above, leaving the crown untouched. I learned today that since January of this year, Dr. Rahal is an FUE only clinic. The clinic also offers Scalp Micro Pigmentation (SMP) and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) which James recommended also. SMP at approx 4 months after the hair surgery to the crown and mid scalp to minimize the scalp contrast showing through the thinner areas. The SMP client before and after pics of patients looked really good. Four PRP sessions were recommended to help with scalp health while the transplanted hairs are taking hold. My thinking so far I don't want to make the FUT vs. FUE decision based on recovery time or the embarrassment of showing up to work with visible staples or scabs or scars in my donor area. It will only be a temporary phase and I can take two weeks off after the surgery for the worst of it either way. What I need to decide is whether I'm okay with the strip scar and the tighter scalp skin afterwards or if I'm willing to lose out on possible grafts through FUE but avoiding the scar and tighter scalp. I also have to pick a surgeon and if I decide on FUT then based on what I heard from Dr. Rahal today he's not an option for that. I'm going to take a few days to decide. Obviously money is a factor but I've been convinced by reading through the advice in these forums to put a high value on being happy with the result and thinking ahead for my previous donor area. I've attached the photos that Chris took today, my hair was a bit wetter than my first set of photos and gives a better idea of the areas that are thinnest.
  3. I am 32 year old, currently a NW3. I originally planned on having a HT w/Dr. Diep. He estimated that I would need around 1500-2000 grafts, FUE, to restore my hairline and I booked a date and made the non-refundable deposit. However, recent posts on the forum made me concerned about his approach to one sided donor area extraction, over harvesting, and what appears to be increased trauma to the donor area relative to other surgeons performing FUE.. I began researching other surgeons and found Dr. Hasson from HnW. An online consultation estimated me needing 2000-2500 grafts via FUE (I have had some increased thinning since my original consultation w/Dr. Diep). From what I found, however, it appears that Dr. Hasson is somewhat hands off and allows his techs to do the majority of the work, although I may be misinformed on this. I did find that to be concerning, however. Overall, I was wondering what the community's opinion is about each surgeon, and if I should choose one over the other Thanks!!!
  4. Interesting, I hadn’t seen that thread before. That being said, H&W’s work particularly in the past year has been really good. They’re much more thoroughly documented than Dr. Bloxham, just by virtue of being around for a long time. There’s always some risk that you’ll have a bad result, and it’s likely that sooner or later we may see a lackluster result from Dr. Bloxham. I would probably still go with Hasson and Wong in your shoes, but either way you have a very high probability of walking away satisfied. It’s almost like going on Yelp and choosing between a place with a 4.8 score and 5,000 reviews, and another with a perfect score and a few hundred.
  5. @kmgrafix doctors will most likely advise you to start taking finasteride to strengthen your donor area. With a weak donor area you could be a better candidate for FUT so I would advise you to ask for a FUT diagnosis to Dr. Feriduni, Hasson&Wong and Dr. Rahal. After my first HT with Dr. Rahal I was left with very little donor area so for my second HT I looked for FUE Doctors that were doing the entire surgery with low graft amounts per day, using stick&place or DHI for implantation and achieving great results using beard grafts. The best use of beard grafts I saw came from Dr. Pekiner (2,15€/graft) and HLC (2,7€/graft). Then I found out about Dr. Bruno Ferreira who is the medical assistant of Dr. Lorenzo in Madrid. He has his own clinic in Porto where he charges 2.5€/graft. Even though there was almost no patiens posting reports I knew Dr. Bruno had to be great if he was working with Lorenzo but he is using beard grafts more conservatively than Dr. Pekiner. If you don`t want to use beard grafts to increase density then you will have more options like Dr. Konior (8US/graft), Dr. Keser (3.5€/graft ) known for using smaller amounts of grafts to achieve great results or the spanish Kings Dr. Couto, Dr. De Freitas, Dr. Lorenzo (I believe they all charge 5€/graft and Lorenzo also uses beard conservatively like Dr.Bruno). Looking forward to hearing about the diagnosis the Doctors give you.
  6. Im not even sure I understand what is exactly the reason. Here is what they sent me: "Dr.Hasson does not recommend FUT method surgery for you. He added that with the FUE method it is easer to achieve density because grafts are smaller, they can be dense packed and he can transplant more hairs per graft" Does someone understand what that means? it sounds confusing to me and also not related to the laxity (although this was the response to my laxity demonstration video)
  7. You've two elite surgeons there........but I'd hop on plane to Hasson...........nobody dense packs like Dr.Hasson does the closest out there to one and done........if you've got descent donor and are not trying to be too aggressive with hairline i think a big case FUT(5,000+) that Dr.Hasson is famous for would really cover hairline, midscalp and slightly into crown Likewise if leaning towards FUT he gets, along with Konior, the thinnest scars in the business...blade 3 territory.....while H&W now has become 5 star FUE clinic too if you go down that road now or later. Rahal is great too - but consistency, track record and recent patient reported "home runs" on this forum point towards Hasson still operating at an Elite+ level ahead of Rahal.....havent seen a bunch slam dunks from Rahal recently as used to be the case
  8. In my honest opinion, you are probably better off going strip first, which would eliminate Turkey. I would consider Dr. Rahal, Hasson and Wong, Dr. Gabel, Dr. Cooley, Dr. Glenn Charles, Dr. Bloxham, True and Dorin and Dr. Carlos Wesley. You're better off maximizing grafts with FUT and then finishing off with FUE.
  9. where are you located? i feel like Dr. Hasson is anything but conservative
  10. I had an in-person consultation with Doug (H&W rep). He was great. Felt my laxity. Explained everything very well. I felt comfortable. I would email/message/check their website if they’re coming to any cities close to you for in person consults. Unfortunately Dr. Hasson and Wong don’t usually visit since they are in the operating room doing their surgeries most days of the week, which I can totally understand. As far as the graft estimation, they’re not totally far off. I would trust both as they are both reputable. I will say, Dr. Hasson has shown some of the most dense packs I have ever seen, that look super clean post-op. I cannot opine on the other surgeon you mention. As far as FUT or FUE, i’m sure you know the pros and cons, and that really comes down to preference... are you on finasteride?
  11. Ok so I got a little deeper, in my journey to HT, and have some considerations I would like to have your opinions for. My first thread is (you dont have to read): My goal is reconstructing the hairline. Feriduni suggested 2000-2600 grafts, and Dr.Hasson suggested 1500-2000 both from online estimation. So I have few questions: 1. I wonder why is the difference? I made clear for both that I want to focus on good density, and even lower a bit the hairline. I said I have no problem to go for FUT, so it means I can get more from the donor and still save for long run. How do I know if Hasson suggested lower number to be conservative on the donor or because it's the maximum density he thinks possible to pack in this area? Can I just tell that I was thinking for higher number? 2. I got estimation from both, but they are not the final list. I actually have hard time to decide basically between 'saving for long term' and 'have the best hairline'. Because my 2 top docs for kickass hairlines, according to my research are Dr.De Freitas and Dr.Pekiner, but they both do only FUE, and while I can go for FUE since my hairloss isnt too advanced (Im 30 now), I dont really know how much it will progress, so I think going for FUT will be smart for long term. Portugal suggested Dr.Rahal but I ruled him out due to bad cases of him that I encountered. If you have more suggestion for FUT doctors that have great hairlines I would be happy to hear. 3. Would you go to have a procedure with Doctor you didnt have consultation before (online or fronal)? It is problem for me to fly to Canada for consultation, and Dr.Hasson doesnt offer video call. I wonder if it's smart to just set up appointment with him like that. 4. Which brings me to this question - isnt it weird that Dr.Hasson dont require live consultation for FUT? I have been told here that scalp laxity should be verified by the doctor before going with FUT, what if I will get there at the operation day and he will find out Im not candidate for FUT? Thanks guys!
  12. Hey @AftermathYou work for Dr. Hasson at all? You promote him on these forums so I’m just wondering Before someone pays the price is there any info we should Know. When he saw some of the bad work from fario did you end up removing some of it?
  13. You should stay the F away from LA. Love the city but You shouldn’t trust any doctor here to be able to help you out. Mostly nothing but unethical scum bags. Look for Dr. Gabel in Oregon or hasson/Wong up in Canada both 2 hour flights, less time than being stuck on the 405 during rush hour. This place is a cesspool of hacks.
  14. You cannot go wrong with Dr. Hasson. He is an excellent hair transplant surgeon. If you already have a scar in donor area and have no plans on shaving head. FUT has some real benefits over FUE in some cases. It does not thin out the entire donor area like FUE can. You do not have to shave down donor area to do procedure making it easier to camouflage post operatively. Also in my opinion it has a 5-10% higher survival rate.
  15. I know there are a ton of threads debating FUT vs. FUE, and they have been very helpful. But I was hoping to get some specific feedback on my situation. My current plan is to schedule an FUT procedure with Hasson & Wong (Dr. Hasson, specifically). I am choosing FUT over FUE solely due to the cost savings, but I am having second thoughts about whether I'm making a smart decision by opting for the more invasive FUT procedure simply to save money. Here is my situation: Basic Profile: Frontal hair loss and thinning hairline. H&W has suggested 3,000 grafts to restore hairline and densely pack thinning frontal and temple areas. Both FUT and FUE options are available. Scarring from FUT is not an issue or consideration for me due to an existing scar on the back of my head that prevents me from keeping my hair very short (scar is from old injury - not a prior transplant). I have plenty of donor hair to accommodate current and future transplant needs, so that's not an issue or consideration here either. The results of FUT and FUE will be roughly the same for me (this is what H&W has told me). Based on similar H&W case studies and prior results, I believe I will get good results with either method, and if anything, may get slightly better results with FUT, at least based on my personal assessment of similar H&W case studies and their past published case results. Cost Difference: FUE = $23,000 USD; FUT =$13,000 USD. So we're talking about a $10,000 USD cost savings by going with FUT. My Quandary: Is submitting to a more invasive FUT procedure worth saving $10,000? I feel like $10,000 is a lot of money to save by opting for FUT, but is it stupid to go the FUT route just to save money? Am I being ridiculous? I'm not as big of a pussy as I sound like, but I certainly don't want to be in a lot of post-op pain or discomfort that I could have avoided by shelling out an extra $10,000. Is there anyone who has had both types of procedures that could weigh in on their post-op experience? Any major differences in post-op pain/discomfort? Any other issues that I should consider that aren't addressed above? Basically, am I being an idiot for going the FUT route just to save money? $10,000 isn't going to make or break me, but it's still a lot of money no matter how you slice it. Any thoughts are appreciated.
  16. To be honest, you have chosen two excellent surgeons who are very similar. Both are known for dense packing, and creating natural hairlines. I don't think you can really differentiate between their skill, for me it would come down to other factors like price, convenience etc. Have you submitted consultations with both? Dr. Rahal https://www.hairlosslearningcenter.org/hair-restoration-physicians/DoctorDetail/Dr-H-Rahal/376 Dr. Hasson https://www.hairlosslearningcenter.org/hair-restoration-physicians/DoctorDetail/Dr-Victor-Hasson-/9
  17. Hello, After struggling with hair loss and its related depression and anxiety, i've finally decided to overcome my fear and do something about it. As i am located in Canada, i'm currently choosing between Dr. Hasson and Dr. Rahal, and while i know those two are top surgeons with very good results, i desperately need your help in making the decision. I suffer from hair loss in the frontal area (Norwood 3) and given it is affecting the hairline, i need your feedback especially for the below criteria: 1. hair line re-construction and artistry 2. hair transplant and how natural the outcomes are in regards to awkward hair angles, stubby thick grafts in the hair line......etc 3. graft survival and density. 4. Actual results vs. the patients' expectations/doctors promise during the consultation. I am so glad i discovered this forum as i have been researching for over a year, and choosing a dr. seems to overwhelming. i am attaching my pictures and hoping people who had similar hairloss and procedures with any of the above doctors would reach out to me with their experience as well. Thank you so much
  18. @pkipling I had a consultation in August 2019 with @H & W Doug. Great guy and a lot of good information. This is when my hair was losing ground and at its lowest since having a great response. He said I could do either FUT or FUE. 3000+ grafts, rebuild the frontal 1/3, etc... He also had Dr. Hasson take a look at my pics and story. I feel very comfortable with H&W and the sort of results, patient care, and procedures they conduct. I also had an in-person consultation with Dr Bloxham around the same time. He recommended strip, again in the 2500-3000 ball park. Another good surgeon. It's just tough, because I don't want to get surgery if I don't have too, but the thought of killer results is always in the back of my head. I could look amazing at the wedding, or risk it hoping things level out with my cyclical shedding.
  19. 1) If you're losing your hair, you should be on finasteride. For me it's an open and shut case. Dr. Arika mentioned that she strongly urges all hair transplant candidates to get on finasteride and stabilize before undergoing surgery. Doing so helps minimize shock loss. If you're not taking finasteride, hairs that were already susceptible to miniaturization might not recover fully after the surgery. 2) Having been through a surgery, I have no idea how you'd get a massage during the process. I think a round of PRP would be helpful though. 3) I'm about a week post op, and unless you'd undergone a mega session I see no reason why you'd need to be so closely monitored. Just follow the doctor's post op instructions to the letter, and you should be fine. I would, however, allow myself 2-3 days post op before jumping back on an international flight. The dry air in the cabin and change in air pressure is uncomfortable when your head and forehead are swollen due to the local anesthetic. Furthermore, with over head bins opening and closing you're more likely to sustain damage to your grafts. My advice would be to hunker down in a hotel room, spray the saline solution by the clock, take your meds, do the massages and keep your head uncovered. 4) You are not long gone. I've seen miracles worked on the forum. It all depends on your expectations. Are you going to have a full head of hair like you did at 18? Absolutely not. Is your journey going to be expensive? Probably. Get on finasteride, stabilize and in the meantime plan out your surgery. Do a few consultations, get a feel for what various doctors are recommending and then take the plunge. I wish I'd done mine sooner. 5) Theoretically, the transplanted hair shouldn't fall out, but as in life YMMV. In your case, most doctors will recommend FUT. You'll probably need 2 surgeries to get you where you want to be. Pretty sure the Eugenix team will recommend the DHT method because that's what they specialize in, but you should set up an appointment to ask them yourself. I would get several opinions and then make the most informed decision possible. 6) Yes, and it's not as big a deal as you think. It soon becomes a habit. 7) I agree with you here. I do, however, feel that you have to look at where the patient starts. Dense coverage is difficult to achieve in a NW5-6. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I think you could make the same arguments for just about every surgeon on this forum with the exception perhaps being Hasson and Wong. You'll pay 5-6x the price though. I had a great experience with Eugenix, but I'm not fully endorsing them until I see my final result. You need to get on finasteride, so you'll have a chance to wait and see. 9) Dr Arika and Dr. Pradeep do not follow each other around. They go where the surgeries are. Their staff is adept at cluster scheduling, so the doctors aren't moving day to day. Dr. Arika said she performs 1 and at the max 2 surgeries per day (if they're smaller procedures). She is a workaholic and enjoys doing 15 days or more in a row. She said that when she does lots of surgeries she gets into a groove. I asked her this specific question during my consultation. She mentioned that in December they only took 1 day off because there was so much demand. I wouldn't worry about doctor fatigue. 10) The price didn't increase. They added a new tier. The new tier has Dr. Arika doing the hairline implantation herself. Everything else remains the same. Let me know if you have further questions!
  20. Hi HT Community - While I have been on this forum for quite some time and done a lot of research, I'd like to know everyone's experiences with getting FUT. I am contemplating getting a HT sometime this year, possibly with Dr. Hasson, but to be honest it makes me nervous. I've seen great scars, I've seen bad scars. I tend to heal well. Can you please share your experience with FUT and things like: Do you regret getting FUT? How's the scar? How was the recovery? Do you feel good about the results? How is your laxity? (before and after) Appreciate all the input in advance.
  21. Are you on any medication to prevent further hair loss? I would take a look at Dr. Gabel, Hasson and Wong just to name a few.
  22. After much delay, my apologies, here is my story, finally. I had a disappointing hair transplant with Dr. Baubac of Alvi Armani a couple of years ago. I am going to keep this short and simple. Stats: NW2-3, allegedly 2,500 FUE grafts at Beverly Hills office. (Dislcaimer: I am not an expert and the following are just my personal opinions) The good: Price was somewhat negotiable Procedure and experience was comfortable The bad: Poor yield Uneven hairline Poor hair angulation of hair that did yield Patchy, overharvested donor area Scalp fibrosis in transplant area, resulting in raised scalp Nobody from patient care or Alvi Armani contacted me post op! A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) was suddenly provided to me on the morning of my surgery. Who would back out this close to a surgery if they didn't like what was in the NDA, especially if they travelled from out of town? Seems unfair to me. 1. Poor yield Two years post op. 2. Uneven hairline I can't believe this would happen. The new hairline was initially felt-marked in (as is standard practice with all HT surgeons), seemingly quickly. I noticed the assymetry immediately post op and told the nurse. She dismissed it as being due to swelling. Well, after all the swelling had gone down, the assymetry remained. In the following photo, I put in a line to show the uneven temples. However, the assymetry begins before the temples. This was taken a few days post op. The assymetry is more noticeable in real life and especially at certain angles. 3. Poor angulation It's difficult at times to style the hairline, as it seems the angulation is all over the place and the cowlick that I had was not transplanted out, which is what Hasson and Wong say is the norm for a good transplant. As a side note, there is one transplant that has four or five hairs coming out of one hole and is noticeable close up. Very unnatural looking. The following photo is taken in the morning (obvious bed head), but I can't find a better photo that shows the bad angulation. I'll see about taking a macro photo. 4. Patchy, overharvested areas of donor area With a number 2 or 3 buzz, the donor area reveals patches that you can see in certain lighting/angle situations. Even at the time of the surgery, I felt the harvesting was rather quickly done. PHOTOS TO COME 5. Scalp fibrosis in transplant area, resulting in raised scalp Not sure if other transplantees know what I am talking about here, but it's like there is this raised, slightly hardened tissue in the transplant area that actually raises the scalp. It's lumpy, probably due to deep tissue scarring or something. PHOTOS TO COME (However, it may be difficult ot show this) 6. Nobody from patient care or Alvi Armani contacted me post op! What more needs to be said? 7. A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) was suddenly provided to me on the morning of my surgery. Who would back out this close to a surgery if they didn't like what was in the NDA, especially if they travelled from out of town? Seems unfair to me. Some highlights from the surprise Armani NDA. Conclusion: I asked Dr. Baubac for a refund and they refused. Instead, they offered to do the transplant again (at no cost to me), to which I declined. Baubac biz card that I received while at his office:
  23. Vancouver area patient in his mid 30’s bothered by his receding hairline. He tried PRP but was not happy with its minimal at best results. Dr. Hasson and team used 4,500 grafts via FUE to rebuild a new lower hairline and frontal zone blending into the mid-scalp. 350 singles were used in the hairline, 3182 were double hair grafts and 968 were 3-4 hair grafts. His donor hair was good with high density and average texture. These photos were taken 9 months post-op.
  24. @Melvin-Moderator I don’t know yet if I’m happy with my surgery because I’m still waiting for the results. Also, I’m not affiliated with any of these Doctors and in the case of Dr. Bruno Ferreira, Dr. Ximena and Dr. Demirsoy (not a fan but he is cheap) I’m not even their patient and recommend them solely based on price/technique vs results here in this forum. I think there better Doctors than the ones I’m recommending here but I just don’t think there are better Doctors charging less. Please correct me if I am wrong as myself and a lot of people surely will appreciate knowing about other best value Doctors. In 2008 when I had surgery with Dr. Rahal I spent years recommending him and Hasson&Wong constantly because they had the best results in this forum and were cheaper than many US Doctors, in those days no moderator said I was coming off as salesman. I guess things have changed since those days but I will stand by my comments until I am proven wrong and hope you can allow me to continue to recommend best value Doctors that I believe can achieve a great results and not make us pay an arm and a leg for them. If you or any one else disagrees with me, that’s great, so let me know which Doctors you guys think is doing amazing surgeries with great results at 2.5€/grafts or less because while knowing who’s the Elite is important it’s also important to know who does the surgery like the Elite with results on the same level of the Elite but charging us much less. I would really appreciate it if you and more members could contribute with the prices and the techniques of the Doctors you think can achieve good results at more affordable prices (minimum wage in Portugal is 600USD/month so here we are all very much geared towards value for money).
  25. Hi guys! Im new here in this great community, but definitely not new to hairloss stuff. I already had a fair research with a help of this forum and users experiences, as part of my journey to my (soon) HT. I will tell my story in short. Im 30, and been suffer from hairloss for about 10 years. There are no words to describe how this has been effecting my life, Im pretty sure more than almost anybody else here. I always have been concern with my look to a level of obsession, and in some point I realized I have BDD (body dysmorphic disorder) , Started as a teenager, got in depression cause I didnt like my appearance. But with time I grew up nice and was very pleased, till hairloss kicked in. I can actually remember the very day it started lol, I noticed my temples receded a tiny bit, and got panicked immediately. and from that point, it was doomed. I became obssesed with my hairloss 24/7, it increased my overall bdd to a new levels. I immediately jump on meds, but they didnt stop it, dont know if they did anything but I just kept taking them. with the years hairloss kept advancing slow but steady - major temple recession, front hairline receded a bit, and thinning on top. I realize in some point that HT is my only option to get my hair back and actually get my life back, and did a research 2 years ago and consultation with both Bisanga and Lupanzula, which both were great, but I ended up deciding to postpone it for several reasons. And now it is the time for sure. So, to the point, I need your help and opinions on any matter here that can help me get the best that I can. I added pics below. My goal is to restore my hairline and temples - This is the most important for me, I have to have a good frame, and preferable good density in hairline and behind it. I want to lower a bit the hairline and even consider to reconstruct the temples points a bit. As about the procedure type - I thought Im going for FUE all the time, but after reading in this forum Im not so sure. I read alot of advantages for FUT - you can get more grafts from your donor, the yield is higher, and overall better chance for more quality results, is that true? Yes of course there is a scar, but first Im not going to shave my head never in my life. I do shave the back and sides closer than the top of course, but not on zero guard, so im not sure how much of a problem it will be. Also, the price is lower, which is a plus, but I want to say here that generally price is only second priority for me. Second, Im still not sure which doctor to choose. Im from middle east, and the best for me would be someone from Europe (I dont even consider turkey). currently in my list are Bisanga - great surgeon, care about his patients, I already had consultation with him in the past and I got very good impression. but he specialize mainly on FUE, and if I decided on FUT I guess there are better options? Also, is his type of work considered dense packing? Im not sure. I would love to get good density in the front. De Freitas - which has amazing results, but im not sure about waiting list, does someone here knows what to expect? and also, I heard that communication is problematic since he speaks spanish. I dont know, but it seems like an issue to me. Feriduni - great doctor as well. but most of his cases look too conservative to me. and he is also specialize on FUE (?) what you think? Dr.Maras from HDC, cyprus - He is a great, reputable surgeon, with great results. And although he is recommended doctor here, I dont see many posts about him, or even mentions, when people here talk about the best doctors. I wonder why is that, wouldnt you consider him in the same level as the other top tier doctors in this list? Im not sure about his specialty in FUT though. But the good thing is his clinic very close to me, and actually has representation in my country. Hattingen - I heard about this clinic here, and saw some good results posted by them, but not alot of patient results. I do read many opinions of people praising this clinic, but I really cant tell I guess... The rest of the options are in US/Canada. I mean, I really hate flights, and long flights to canada or US seem like nightmare for me. Im not afraid of flights, Im just kind of big guy and it's really uncomfortable for me to sit there for so many hours. But since I cant compromise on the outcome even a bit, I guess I would have to take them into account as well. in my list: Dr Hasson from H&W - I read so many great things about Hasson. Looked for lots of patients posted results. not one negative review, and almost all are amazing, and also lots of cases similar to mine, with outcome I would kill for. I think he is actually number one for me in the list, since he does great FUT as well as FUE. The only problem is the distance about 13 hours flight. What do you think? would you fly so far for this? it really bothers me... and what if, god forbids, I will need a touch up or something? those flights can be very inconvenient. Im not even talking about frontal consultation, which Im not sure if they require it before the procedure. Dr.Konior - also great doctor as I read hear and some other places, but I really know less about him than the others. Im still in the research phase so I will get some more knowledge on those doctors and other that come up. This list is not closed at all, I would be happy to hear any (honest) opinion or suggestion. I would appreciate any response, and you can be sure that I will share with you my experience, when it happen, hopefully soon. Pics attached look really bad when it is not styled and combed... but I need to show them.
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