Hi, I am sure this question has been asked many times, but i would like to ask it once more.
I am a Norwood 5 and would like to go to Turkey for a FUE hair transplant. Who would be the best? I have uploaded my photos.
On the forum, they say Keser is good, but there is not much out there on him.
Erdogan, have quoted me a high graft amount of 5000 and that to in one go.
While Civas also looks good and seems to be a Fellow of the IHSRS and the only Fellow in Turkey. He also seems to achieve great results with lower grafts.
What I want is the best results as well as do i need 2 sessions or one?
And i also want to cover the crown and not look like as i did when i first started thinning.
First of all thank you very much for taking time in sharing your experiences and reviews. I'm long time follower of this forum and have finally decided to take the plunge. Will appreciate if you can advise on below. Thanks in advance
1. On a scale of 1-10, how satisfied were you with your result vs expectation?
2. Do you believe 2-3 weeks is good enough time to recover and go back to work with not enough people able to suspect HT?
3. Did you face any post op complication?
4. Are you aware of anyone of his patients with unsatisfactory result? Any details or forum link to review?
5. Are the results anywhere near what the clinic have posted on multiple forums?
6. Any other thoughts / suggestions you'll like to share?
I'm close to a norwood 2-3 and have consulted with several doctors and decided on Erdogan. I really liked Feriduni's work also but he quoted approx 1500 grafts while Erdogan quoted approx 3000. I definitely want a fuller density in the hairline, which is the primary reason I ended up going to Erdogan. However, does the quoted graft number typically change significantly once you see the surgeon? On the consultation Feriduni's response said that any additional grafts over the quote would be 3 euros/graft. If I convinced him to do 3000 grafts, it would be 2-4 thousand euros higher than Erdogans.
From the photos and stories I've seen on here, it seems like they do comparable and quality hairline work. Any differing opinions on this? I've got several weeks off to travel after the surgery (of course if I'm feeling up for it) and was also considering Belgium being a personally preferable place to visit over Turkey. Is it worth pushing for higher graft count with Feriduni or should I just quit overthinking this and go with Erdogan.
I am a 23 year old male and have spoken with the consultants at Rahal's clinic in the summer. I was told i would need 3000 grafts to the frontal region.
I have had my heart set on Rahal ever since.
However, over recent months I have started to see very impressive results from Dr Koray Erdogan. His Hairlines and Denisty seem to be up there with the best- as well as being FUE and cheaper (I live in Europe).
What do people think in terms of hairlines and density. Who is the better doctor? Is the more expensive Rahal worth it? If so I am willing to spend the extra money no questions asked!
Thanks for your help
(picture taken in summer- mabye more loss now I'm not sure. Also my hair is darker during winter months.
Ive been reading this brilliant forum for a long time, found a lot of great information on here.
I'm 32 and gradually been losing hair for the last 5 or so years. In the last year and a half my hair loss hasn't really changed.
Ive been thinking about a HT for a couple of years now and will finally be taking the plunge.
After a lot of research the two doctors I'm deciding between are Dr Bisanga & Dr Erdogan (depending if i go for FUT or FUE. Ive had online consultations with both. I believe they are both world class doctors.
My goals- Re-establish strong hairline.
Good density though front/mid area
Light crown coverage
(one procedure - over 2days if fue)
Option 1 - Dr Bisanga - 4000-4500 FUT
Option 2 - Dr Erdogan - 5000 FUE (over 2 days)
My biggest concern with FUT is the linear scar i would be left with. I usually go grade 4 back and sides. I guess i could deal with it if it was the best option.
My biggest concern with the FUE option is - would 5000 grafts (over 2 days) risk the density and quality of the final result. Is this too risky? is FUT the 'safe' option?
Sorry for the long post!! I'd appreciate peoples opinions and which they feel is the better option. I've attached pictures.
Hi all. First time poster and long time reader. I have narrowed my search to the following Doctors and wanted some opinions. I have seen a lot of work from all throughout this helpful forum. I live in Washington, DC, USA and realize price should not be the deciding factor but the below list of doctors have widely varying prices.
Is FUE cost in USA justified? Because it's more $ does this mean they have to be better? Why is Turkey so cheap? Baubac Hayatdavoudi has some good work but he is about $5k-10k more than the others. My close friend has had 2 good procedures with Hayatdavoudi. Feriduni seems great. Maras in Cyprus even offers free lodging! What is the catch with European FUE? IF cost were not a factor would you choose USA, European, or Turkey? I am eager to see the opinions here.