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  1. **Went with non shave option( 20% extra charge)** I DONT RECOMMEND non shave option. You can read more on my day 7th post below. Hey everyone I am creating this thread as I have been active on this forum for a while and received a lot of help from the members, who helped me to make the decision for the right clinic and the doctors. I would like to return the favour and I hope my journey will help people who are looking for the right clinic and surgeons. Before I write my journey, please note that I am writing my own true personal experience and this is in no shape or form a marketing stunt for the clinic or the doctors. I wish to portray the right picture for anyone who wants to know the real experience at Eugenix and my outcome. I am not going into details about Accommodation, food etc because I flew to India to get the surgery done so I will stick to the most important parts. To be brief, you will either be picked by Eugenix staff or an OLA cab will be pre booked. You will either stay at Eugenix or a hotel which is 100mtrs away from Eugenix. I recommend that you stay at Eugenix main building. You can arrange all this with the clinic. Food at Eugenix: You can order the food depending on what you like. Please note that its very hard to find non spicy dishes. After experimenting, I could only find Afghani chicken as non spicy so check with the clinic if you dont eat spicy food. Flew on Dec 19th and reached on Dec 20th at 2AM Dec 20th- Bfast at 9 AM. My blood tests were taken around 10AM and results came in around 5pm. If possible, get the tests done in your home country and email the results to Eugenix before flying in. This will save your day as I felt that I wasted Dec 20th. I met Dr Arika Bansal around 6pm who looked at my scalp and had a short chat about next steps for Dec 21st. Dr Bansal is great so you should ask any questions that you might have. Dec 21st- Bfast at 9. Lunch at 12pm. I met Dr Sethi around 1.30PM ( Dr Sethi’s flight was delayed from Mumbai and that’s why could not meet earlier in the morning) Dr Sethi is very lively person and I felt good meeting him for the first time. My scalp and hair was looked at and I was taken to this room to draw the hairline and temples. I took my time and did some minor changes on what I wanted for myself. (This is very important. Take your time and make sure that you are happy with the hairline drawn etc.) I changed into sterile clothes for the surgery room and was taken to the operation theatre. People present in the room were: Dr Sethi, Dr Alok and 4-5 technicians. Dr Alok started giving me local anaesthesia. A vibration device was held to my head where the needle was being injected to make it less painful. This was done in an area to take my few grafts and evaluate it. The graft evaluation result: Thick healthy grafts and overall- 60% grafts- triples 40% grafts- Doubles I had no single hair in any grafts so doubles were made into singles for the hair line and the areas of the temples My blood was taken and PRP done at this stage. Local anaesthesia is uncomfortable but not something that I would scream and say Holy S**t. Basically this is given all over the head and anytime you feel a little pain, you let the doctors know and they will give you more of it. Please note that at the end of the day it’s a surgical procedure so a little bit of sting sensation will be there. Some parts of head wont feel a thing and others might feel a sting or once or twice you might say ouch !! Once head was numb for the procedure, Dr Sethi made all the slits for my hair line and temples. Dr Arika Bansal did the extractions and the technicians implanted the grafts. When extraction is done from the back of the head, you will be lying on stomach and for longer period you may feel uncomfortable. I wanted to move so I asked for a short break. It took 7-8 hours the first day and I had couple of breaks. During the breaks, the technicians would massage your shoulders and back to get the blood flowing as you are lying down for a long time. I would suggest to ask for a can of coke or another sugary drink to get your energy levels up. The room also has a TV so you can ask for your favourite music to be put on. Trust me this would help to get the time pass quicker. Grafts are being counted and written on the board. At the end of the day on 21st, I had 2112 grafts implanted on my frontal part except the hair line. The whole team is involved and after slits were made by Dr Sethi other doctors such as Dr Bansal, Dr Alok and technicians were involved. Dec 22nd- Bfast at 8AM. Surgery at 9AM. This is the day to reconstruct the temples and hairline. Slits were already there so Dr Alok gave the local anaesthesia and Dr Bansal , Dr Alok did the extraction. When the extraction was being done, the hair could not be implanted on temples simultaneously as I was lying on my stomach. The grafts might be outside for 30-40 minutes. After the extraction, the technicians implanted the grafts and was supervised by Dr Bansal, Dr Sethi few times. Please note that Dr Alok is equally good at what he does including giving the local anaesthesia. The 2 technicians who were implanting are working with Eugenix for 8 and 5 years. Day 2 took around 4 hours and 1000 grafts were implanted. Total grafts- 3112 The same day, I rested and got to the airport at 11pm as my flight was at 3:30AM on Dec 23rd. One great tip- I skipped all the queues at airport and immigration as I wasn’t shy about my surgery and went to ask for the queue to be skipped which they allowed every time. I was also the first one to board the flight everytime. I made my decision after meeting few Eugenix patients beforehand, the results, Doctors education, experience and reputation and I can say that I made the right choice. Cost of blood test- Rs 3200 Cost of medicines – Rs 5000 app.(Exc. Fin and Minoxidil) I purchased liquid form- Mixture of Minoxidil & Fin( Please note I will not be taking Fin. Tablets) 20% discount on per graft if you book in advance. 20% extra charge on non shave option. Please check their website. 18% tax is extra So this is my experience and I hope the above is helpful. I highly recommend Eugenix and according to my experience I made the right decision and was a perfect place for me to go ahead with the surgery. Do your own research before deciding but I hope my review will help you make that decision. I will keep posting my pictures and my full journey until I have full head of hair Hopefully!! All the best to everyone !!
  2. Walk the talk! Hi! My name is Abhinay and I’m bald (bald people anonymous anyone?) So I’m the bald guy posting all of these results from our Eugenix Hair Sciences. As destiny would have it, my scalp has finally gotten ready to undergo the procedure. Its amazing and overwhelming at the same time. I know that the Doctors have had this keen eye for covering my bald scalp for the longest of time. I am just glad that I was not kidnapped to be transplanted upon. I had this tremendous fear regarding the surgery. I am an IT professional and medical stuff is the last thing that I understand. I joined in fairly recently to take up the role of Operations head at Eugenix. Life has never been the same again. I did not know that this job required so much of energy and is in a continuous and never ending flow. That being said, I have obviously seen too many patients come in and go out after the procedure. I have seen young people as well as old people come in and get the procedure done. It would be embarassing to chicken out now!!! But on a serious note, I think I do want to have a good amount of hair on my head. My hair resembles a surf wave now. The entire hair from one side is combed over to the other to hide my baldness. It is no surprise that I am phobic of even the slightest gusts of wind. Actually I’m phobic of a lot of things – rain, swimming, jogging etc etc. I seem to have copied Trump’s hairstyle. The only difference is that he is orange and I’m not. I have seen so many of my colleagues get it done here too – Nelson, Dr. Shishir, Anil, Adarsh, Nitesh, Debashish… and so on and so forth. Seeing so many experimental bunnies and being around them everyday (and knowing how extremely low their threshold of pain is), I have gained confidence gradually to go for the procedure. So tomorrow is the day I get sacrificed to the God of hair. Kidding! I’m very excited for tomorrow and I have this bittersweet nervousness around me. Fingers crossed that I don’t start crying like a little girl when seeing the injections… Have a look at my gorgeous pre surgery face below.
  3. Hello everyone, it’s been 9 months since I had my hair transplant procedure done at Eugenix Clinic in Gurgoan. With every passing month my hair is getting thicker and thicker , although normally it takes a year to achieve full results I’m noticing extremely good results in a pretty short time. It took me 3 long years to finalise the best surgeon but every second I spent in searching was worth it , I had consulted many doctors from Delhi , Hyderabad, Chandigarh but everyone told me I could never have head full of hair as I was a grade 7 patient and I needed around 7500 grafts to cover my entire baldness which could only be achieved using scalp grafts along with beard grafts and that it would be highly expensive , as beard grafts costs 2-3 times the cost of a normal scalp graft but by God’s grace I found Dr Pradeep and Dr Arika who not only gave me great results but also charged beard and scalp grafts at the same cost. I had many sleepless nights thinking about my baldness but these doctors came into my life like a candle in darkness, they are genuinely nice people who go out of their way to help their patients, each day I’m thankful to them for making my dream into a reality, sometimes what we need is not a push but rather a miracle to keep us going. I might have paid for my treatment but their kindness and personal care that they gave me i will always remain in their debt. Some memories remain forever, always vivid and heart warming. After meeting these Doctors I understood why a Doctor’s profession is a noble one! We never know the true value of moment until it becomes a reality. It’s time for me to thank these wonderful Doctors who touched my life and changed it forever. For people who are looking for hair transplant check out results achieved at Eugenix Clinic on YouTube and I am sure you will not think of any other place. .
  4. I first came in contact with Dr. Pradeep Sethi when I took my cousin to him for a hair transplant. He had previously been to numerous clinics and was not satisfied, so I decided to accompany him in this visit, as it was near my home and also that I would be interacting with a doctor, not with english savvy relation officers. Dr. Pradeep and me established an instant rapport, further strengthened by the fact that we were from the same medical college in Orissa. As we became friendlier, Dr. Pradeep insisted on a hair transplant on me, which at my age, 61, I was not too much interested in but the idea of having one excited me. My wife was against this but it was my daughter who egged me on and the next thing I realised, I was on the OT table. I had total faith in Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika, as I had seen the results of my cousin and another patient I had brought after that. Being a bit apprehensive, I did not want much intervention, so we settled for a front coverage, with a slightly high hairline, as commensurate with my age. I must say that Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika did a very good job and my appearance was very natural, though, on my insistence, I still had a big forehead and a large bald crown. I had 2023 grafts, taken from the donor area of the back of the scalp for the hairline and the front, and 1240 from the beard, for the vertex region. That was in 2015. The pictures are for the before and immediately after of my first procedure in the year 2015: And following are the pictures of my results after 5 years of the transplantation procedure: I was so fascinated by their work, their passion, their artistry and the fact that their end result transformed the individual to such a great extent, giving a more youthful look and a great deal of confidence to go with it, so much so that I wanted to join their team, work with them and help them give happiness to others. By the end of 2019, I joined Eugenix and that’s the time I had my second transplant and this time, giving the team a free hand, my hairline was lowered and the crown area almost covered. Again, a total of about 2155 grafts were taken. 1955 from the back of the scalp and 200 from the beard. The following are the pictures from immediately after the second session: The following are my pictures from the completion of the third month after the second sitting: Eugenix has a very good team, with Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi at the helm, both from the prestigious AIIMS, and the hard working and experienced junior doctors and technicians, each one doing their assigned work with so much dedication and efficiency. Each member is so humble and polite, as a result of which every patient, whether from the far off corners of the country or from other countries, feels so comfortable and at home and each one has praises to offer on leaving, as regards his stay, surgery, and off course, the final results in due course of time. I hope I can be of help to many who wish to go for transplantation. Also, i am a living example that age is just a mere number and one must live to their heart's content. I will keep posting my progress in hopes to help others with their own questions. Till then, God bless you all! Stay safe during these tough times.
  5. Who in the world wouldn't want to have the thickest head of hair? Everyone right?! When we imagine our ideal self, aesthetically we call have a particular set of characteristics that we have formed in place. When due to some or the other reason any of our idealized aesthetic forms are challenged or distorted, agitation is anything but natural to be experienced. For this same reason, many a times a lot of individuals are not able to accept the fact that they will not be able to get the density, coverage or hairlines that they find ideal. The expectations rising from their desire to achieve a particular aesthetic does not match the practical availability of the donor and the requirement of the recipient area. There are so many individuals who would rather not go for the transplantation altogether because of this one factor. The turmoil arises from a deeper sense of being and not just a superficial necessity to just find a coverage. Hair transplantation being the cosmetic procedure that it is, can still be a source of satisfaction and happiness to such patients if they can level their expectations. Some of these patients will have never even imagined that a simple change in look can give them the confidence that they have been lacking only because they have never looked at the situation from any other perspective other than theirs. Some are pleasantly surprised at their own change in attitude once they get the results. It may not be as dense and low hairlined as they had imagined but with the correct artistry, their facial features get enhanced and it gives them a situation which is obviously better than what they had. For this to be achieved, thorough expertise and intelligence is mandatory. The key is to tune one's mind into what is possible. Most of the times, we research about the credentials of the clinic, the results they have produced and so on. But we hardly give any time to research and think over what is it exactly that we want and what is the possibility. It is extremely important to ascertain what we are comfortable to carry for the rest of our lives and to visualize ourselves in the proposed possibility. We invest a lot of capital, emotions and trust when we go in for the procedures. And we must make sure that we are ready for what is to come when the results show up. This is also the responsibility of the doctor to visually demonstrate to the individuals and show them the kind of coverage and density that they would have along with the design of the hairline etc. on individuals with similar cases. Hair transplantation is all about achieving satisfaction for the patient as well as the doctor. For that to happen, we need to have a realistic ideal self image. A realistic expectation can always lead to satisfaction and a peace of mind.
  6. We are pleased to inform you that Dr Arika Bansal & Dr Pradeep Sethi are going live on YouTube today at 8:00 PM (IST). They will be discussing the modern updated hair transplantation procedures, aesthetic hairline creation, failed/Repair procedures, grade 7 cases, beard hair transplants and many more subjects. We are welcoming every single potential patient for a live Q&A session. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel for more updates. Please click here https://bit.ly/3bOVWMQ to subscribe our channel.
  7. During FUE or DHT hair transplantation, a recipient demand and donor supply principle can explain the shortage of donor hair when we attempt to have a full scalp coverage on the recipient area for a patient with a high grade of baldness and not much scalp donor. In such a scenario, we then proceed southwards in search of viable donor grafts. This has led to the succesful transition of beard donor hair into the scalp with 85% approximate success in their growth. However, during the FUE / DHT hair transplantation procedure, we can also try to harvest the donor hair from the chest, thighs, pubic area, etc. but it does not have a promising result. Infact, the genetic makeup of the hair start to vary as we move further away from the scalp. Therefore, beard and sidelocks have a good survivability and close likeness to the scalp hair. This characterstic makes these hair amalgamate with the scalp hair producing fine looking results. Sidelock donor hair characterstics are more similar to scalp donor hair than beard donor because of the proximity to the scalp. Beard donor hair are more wiry and can stand out if not straight in nature. Chest hair grafts, thigh hair grafts, pubic hair grafts, etc. on the other hand might not even be visible after the full hair growth on the scalp as they tend to have a longer stagnant phase. It is always advisable to be judicious in the use of scalp donor grafts and beard donor grafts rather than move directly towards chest, thighs, pubic areas, etc. without proper assessment. Hair restoration can have multiple factors that affect the look of the end result. Hair transplantation is a baldness cure but it does have it's own rules when a hair doctor is planning hair growth in men and women. The before and after results of hair transplant can help understand the nature of the hair taken from different donor zones. The beard hair, when it grows can be styled using different hair styling products such as serums and hair protein creams.
  8. The index patient was a 45 year old caucasian who suffered from a high grade of baldness: Grade VII-VII. He had very few hopes of getting his scalp covered completely. He had been discouraged by many clinics against transplantation as they felt that his donor was not sufficient. He came to us already expecting a half scalp coverage when he wanted to get the consult done. However, with our beard donor expertise, we were able to give him a complete scalp coverage. He has been buzzing his hair short for the following three months and then allowed the hair to grow for the next one month. The results depicted are of 4 months. He, however, has 8 more months left for his complete density to shine bright on his scalp.
  9. We are pleased to inform you that Dr Arika Bansal & Dr Pradeep Sethi are going live on YouTube on 1st May (Friday) 8:00 PM (IST). They will be discussing the modern updated hair transplantation procedures, aesthetic hairline creation, failed/Repair procedures, grade 7 cases, beard hair transplants and many more subjects. We are welcoming every single potential patient for a live Q&A session. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel for more updates. Click here: https://bit.ly/3bOVWMQ
  10. I underwent the hair transplant at Eugenix in February 2020 under the supervision of Dr.Arika Bansal at Eugenix , Bhubaneswar. I opted for their Comprehensive Plan and the total grafts count transplanted was 2602 by their DHT procedure. D-Day -1 : Arrived at Bhubaneswar and checked into the hotel booked by Eugenix. Went to the clinic later during the day where Dr. Priyadarshini checked the Blood Pressure and checked for any allergic reaction to the anesthesia. Few medicines were provided to be consumed at night and the next day after breakfast before the procedure. Day 0 : Arrived at the clinic at 9 a.m. Dr.Arika Bansal flew in from Gurgaon the same day morning for the procedure. I was taken in to the OT by 9:30 a.m. Dr.Priyadarshini completed the local anesthesia. The needles did pinch a little but the discomfort was at the very minimum and for a very short time before the medicines start taking effect. Dr. Bansal then walked in and made all the slits. Total slits made were roughly around 2500. The target was for 2000 grafts on the crown area and rest around the mid-scalp to add some density. No work is to be done to the hairline this time round. Once the slits were made Dr.Bansal started the extraction of few grafts and then the technicians took over and extracted and implanted the grafts at the same time. They follow a procedure Eugenix calls Direct Hair Transplant where the grafts are extracted and implanted at the same time to reduce . the time the grafts are laying outside to minimal. The rest of the extraction and implantation were done by the technicians while Dr.Bansal checked in few times to check and monitor the progress. The remaining times Dr. Anil was always there in the OT while the technicians did the extraction and implantation. I opted to complete the whole procedure and then go for lunch so that the grafts are not laying outside for long. The procedure was over around 4 p.m and post op dressing was done and i was provided with few medications. Attaching pictures of Day 0 and Day 1. Apologies for the pictures not being very clear. As i was travelling alone could not do a good job of taking good pictures myself. Will keep posted on the progress.
  11. Every hair transplant patient desires full coverage and density, and our Norwood 7 patients are no different. Most Norwood 7 patients are turned away by other surgeons, as the clinics are not confident in providing the patients with adequate results. However, at Eugenix we’ve been restoring grade 6/7 for almost 10 years. We have been handling grade 6/7 cases as a challenge since 2012. Our target was to give coverage of the total bald area with cosmetically acceptable density. We started using beard hair soon. After many cases we realised that beard is the not that trust worthy. Rest of the body hair are to be ignored. We split large mega-session procedures to ensure we do not over harvest the donor area, and to ensure the donor area maintains a homogeneous appearance.
  12. Our extensive experience with Norwood 6/7 patients, and how we approach these complex cases. Since 2010, when we started hair restoration practice, we were asked to cover the TOTAL BALDNESS by patients. They were not happy to only do the front and remain BALD on the mid and crown area! The desires of the hair restoration patients are to get: 1) Natural-looking hair 2) Dense hair 3) Hair forever 4) Complete Coverage We have been working on all these points in the last 10 years and to give solid answers to all our patients. This demanded us to forsake all our Dermatology and Cosmetic practices and focus only upon hair restoration science. With a one-pointed focus, we started delivering results that satisfied most of the points mentioned on the top and most of the patients. There was one particular patient who got close to 16500 grafts from us and his life changed and he became an actor. That kicked us to do more and more grade 6-7 cases and push our selves against our limits. We modified our technique, started using different instruments, worked upon body hair. We soon realized that trusting body hair beyond the beard is foolish. In fact, in the world literate it is difficult to find and gratifying result of chest hair and that lasts long. So, we concentrated only upon beard hair and scalp hair to provide complete coverage of the baldness. We smartly tried to give the GRADED density from front to crown. Scalp hair used on the front and the beard hair used to mix with scalp hair in the mid-scalp and crown. Guys who have extreme baldness has an inversely dense beard. At times, it was difficult to make some people get convinced about beard hair because they wanted to sport a beard! Even we take 3000-4000 beard, still, most of the people could have a great beard to the sport. All these things happened over last 8 years and it majorly started in 2012. The challenge to cover grade 7 baldness has changed the course of our career and we were forced to focus only upon hair. At that time no one in the world was doing grade 7 in one sitting and our works inspired many, all over the globe to attempt these cases. With more than a THOUSAND cases of grade 7 under our belt, we are much better placed to help future patients with grade 6/7 baldness.
  13. Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal are live on Facebook. Please use this link to catch them live.
  14. Many people are afraid of using Finasteride due to the fear of permanent loss of libido or impotence. We have compiled many scientific papers which are published in very reputed journals and tried to give a summary of these papers. Also at the end we have highlighted about our practice of Finasteride in male pattern baldness. Anything which is written on web comes on search in google. Many things are not true. They are anecdotal incidences. What does the scientific data say? The scientific research and data are published in PUBMED, the online library for medical science. This is the most authentic place to know anything in medicine. There are many studies which suggest that Finasteride is nearly safe to use. Baring few studies most of the studies are positive. Also, we don’t have any medicine other than Finasteride and Minoxidil which are effective in preventing baldness and are FDA approved. How effective is Finasteride? Finasteride is capable of preventing the miniaturisation of the balding hair and reversal of thickness of the hair. So keeping the balance of EFFECTS and potential SIDE EFFECTS, we suggest to try Finasteride in every baldness case. In our experience most of the people do well and whenever there is any ambiguity or doubts in the minds of the patients, we ask them to stop it. When re-introduced, the same side effects does not recur! What is the Nocebo effect ? There is a phenomenon called NOCEBO; here those group of people develop the side effects who are informed about the side effects. So, we suggest that the medicine has to be taken with the consultation with the doctor rather than having the fear and phobia. The treating doctor with the vast experience over years should be able to titrate the dosage of needed with the ultimate goal of preventing the baldness.
  15. We are pleased to inform you that Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal are going live on Facebook on 23th (Thursday) April, at 7 pm ( IST) this week. They will be discussing modern updated hair transplantation procedures, aesthetic hairline creation, failed/repair procedures, grade 7 cases, beard hair transplants, eyebrows, eyelashes, PRP, Exosomes and many more subjects. We are welcoming everyone who are researching upon the subject for a live Q&A session. Please post your questions on https://www.facebook.com/ehairclinic/
  16. Is there a difference between Caucasian Hair vs Asian/Indian Hair We have been constantly asked about our experience of Caucasian hair restoration surgeries. We have been getting Caucasians as patients since 2014-15, more so in last 3 years. In 2019 alone 20-25% of our practice constituted of them. Unlike the notion that Caucasian hair restoration is difficult than Indian hair restoration, it is other way round. Baring the dark colour of Indian/Asian hair, most of the features of Caucasian hair outscores the former. Be it the number of hair per graft, number graft per square cm, or thickness of the hair; Caucasian hairs are better. The amount of grafts required to cover the bald area is more in Asians than Caucasians, due to the shape of the scalp and the hairline position. Indian hair features are in between true Asian (mongoloid) and Caucasian hair. The northern and western part of India has most of the population which are similar to Caucasians, baring the colour of the hair. However, once we travel down in India towards south, the characteristics of hair changes. The north-east part of India has more Asian like hair features. So, in India, we do get patients from different genetic pools and carry a huge and varied experience upon different hair qualities. In coming days, we will be posting more videos upon our work upon Caucasian populations.
  17. Six Months update: Hair Transplant at Eugenix India Anil Saini, 32 years of age with progressive baldness (going upto NW 5), joined Eugenix Hair Sciences, Delhi/NCR as a medical counsellor. Soon he realised that without hair it is only “theoretical” to try to impart the knowledge upon the prospective patients over phone/mails and not wise from sales point of view to meet the patients in person in side the office. (Like a plump guy can not be a gym trainer, a bald guy might not appeal to patients as a representative of a hair restoration centre.) Soon he was in the operating room, for his hair restoration procedure! His affair was of one day. Meticulous planning was made to keep a customised, smart, relevant & practical hairline for ever, which would suit his face at 50-60-70 years of age, keeping in mind the ongoing progression of the baldness and retaining the donor bank for the future need. Close to 3000 grafts were placed on his bald frontal and temple area. Adequate Fronto-Temporal angle was kept aligning with the shape of the nose, chin, frontal bones and the eyebrows. Thin, slow growing and lighter hair follicles were chosen to create the “Hairline Zone” and the temple area. Upto 400 single hair grafts were placed in the hairline and 150 single hair grafts were placed on each temple. These “selected singles” were harvested meticulously from the nape of the neck and area above the ear to match the intending “baby hair” look on the front and temples. Some of the doubles were dissected into singles under the microscope of 20 X magnification by the most expert hands in the team. Anil was asked to start tablet Finasteride 1 mg daily to prevent the ongoing baldness along with minoxidil lotion. (He revealed that he is only upon Finasteride and due to cumbersomeness he is not using the lotion!) Result: The hair started growing up within first month and the first hair cut was by 3 months. (This is not un-usual at Eugenix to experience the phenomenon of very early hair growth of the planted grafts, without even going through the accepted “Telogen Effluvium” phase! This phenomenon happens at Eugenix, more often than not, due to the 1) Direct Hair Transplantation, DHT technique, wherein there is least “out of body time” for the grafts in combination with 2) “No Root Touch” concept. Due to these two “religious principles” in hair restoration, at Eugenix, we could avoid ischaemia, traumatic challenge and hence the over all “Shock” to the transplanted grafts and very often we witness an early growth, as early as by one month, without going through the universal Telogen phase of shedding of the transplanted hair. Since Anil is in-house with Eugenix, his everyday progress has been documented by high quality pictures, under the direct supervision of Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal! (To be honest, the doctor duo are very fanatic about every details of the procedure and more so in documenting it well.) So, we have got a huge library of the journey of Anil’s hair transplant upto 6 months now. The “out of the park” result of Anil has enabled him to have a fresh non bald life with renewed enthusiasm. He takes pride in the fact that “no one can make out that he has got a procedure done!”
  18. The index patient has had his second session with us as we post this today. His details are are as follows: 1. Age: 30 years 2. Grade of Baldness on the Norwood Hamilton Scale: Grade VII 3. Total number of done for him: 5040 grafts - scalp donor: 3233 - beard donor: 1807 4. Results duration: 7 months 5. First session for the Frontal zone and former mid scalp. 6. He has had his second session for the crown today and we shall await his results. 7. The patient has chosen both his sessions for the complete package with Eugenix hair sciences. So far it has been an amazing journey for him. We feel that it is only going to get better with this second session for him.
  19. The index patient was 33 years old. His details are: Total grafts planted: 2565 Scalp: 2565 Donor quality: Excellent Hair caliber: Excellent Donor site: Scalp Recipient side : hairline and frontal scalp Result: After 12 months
  20. I came in contact with Dr Pradeep Sethi 5 years back when I took my cousin to him for a hair transplant . My Cousin had visited numerous centres in Delhi till someone told me about Eugenix. Dr Pradeep Sethi struck me as a genuine and enthusiastic person with total dedication and being a dermatologist, that too from AIIMS added further weight to his capabilities. As we got talking I came to know that he graduated from the same medical college as me and we developed an instant rapport. My cousin's transplant results were terrific and transformed his looks altogether. Thereafter Dr Pradeep Sethi set his eyes on my Bald head and Convinced me to undergo a Hair Transplant. Though I liked the idea yet I was in two minds and when I told my wife about it she was totally against it and discouraged me further. My daughter quite like the idea and urged me to go for it immediately. That was in 2015 September end when I had my first Hair Transplant. Being 61 years old at that time, I was quite apprehensive and thus opted for a slightly high hair line and little coverage at the vertex area and since I had a good beard growth, It was suggested by me that the hairline be taken down from the back of my head where the donor area was good and the vertex be covered by my beard hair. the transplant gave me a different and a more confident look, the hairline was still on higher side, which was done on my insistence, even though I went against Dr Pradeep Sethi intentions as I thought the looks should be proportional to my age. In 2019 I decided to join Eugenix and after that in January 2020 I had a second transplant wherein my Hairline was redone to a slightly lower level temples re constructed and vertex area covered further. This time again, I Insisted on leaving the occipital region to leave a slightly bald look at the back to make it look natural and commensurate to my age, which now is 65 yrs. I must add that Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal did a tremendous job and is appreciated by all the people I show my old snaps to and what I look now. I thank them from the bottom of my Heart and my gratitude is boundless. First Sitting Surgery date 28/10/2015 Total no. of Grafts : 2000 Scalp : Beard : Donor quality: fair Hair caliber: Good Donor side: Scalp , Beard Recipient side: Hairline, front scalp Second Sitting Surgery date 02/01/2020 Total no. of Grafts : 2155 Scalp : 1955 Beard : 200 Donor quality: fair Hair caliber: Good Donor side: Scalp , Beard Recipient side: Hairline, temples, crown
  21. The index patient was 35 years old. His details are: Total grafts planted: - 4792 Scalp -3882 Beard - 910 Grade - 7 Donor quality: fair Hair caliber: Good Donor site: Scalp and beard Surgery date - 18-12-2019 Surgery led by Dr Arika Bansal
  22. The index patient was 39 years old. His details are: Total grafts planted: 1800 Recipient site: Crown Donor site: Scalp Donor quality: Good Hair caliber: Good Below are his results after 10 months.
  23. The index patient was 39 years old. His details are: Hairline augmentation required Grafts done: 2500 Donor site: scalp donor Donor quality: Good Hair calibre: Good Package opted for: Exclusive package with Dr. Pradeep Sethi Extraction done by: Dr. Priyadarshini Das Below are his results after 5 months.
  24. Being a neighbor to the clinic, he has been an obvious example for us. We feel fortunate to have such friends around us and their unending support. Plus he is giving us his love and unending friendship bu sharing his experience through a video testimonial. Please do witness his absolute and amazing hair growth. Total no. of Grafts - 2378 Beard - 978 Scalp - 1400 Result - After 12 months
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