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  1. The index patient was a young 32-year-old man who had Grade 2A + Crown baldness. He was worried about his receding hairline and the hair loss in the crown also. We planted a total of 2250 grafts in his case. Five hundred singles were placed while designing the hairline. We also planted some grafts on his crown. He has also prescribed medications for the preservation of his pre-existing hair. By 10 months, he has had a complete change in look and a good density of hair on his scalp. In the video, we can witness the progress of this patient. The density will continue to increase until the 12th month.
  2. A 58-year male having baldness going up to Grade IV and having severe crown thinning came to us for restoration. His temple points were also involved. So we did the hairline, filled the frontal area, we also did the temple and the crown with adequate density. By 8 months, he had grown a lot of hair with good density. But after 12 months when he sent his pictures after lockdown while combing his hair, it looks very great. His results look fantastic. He had some pre-existing hair that required to be prevented from going off due to baldness. We have prescribed him the medications and he is taking them.
  3. 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.
  4. We had a 62 year old male patient with a Grade IV A baldness on the Norwood Hamilton Scale. The baldness had stabilized for many years and was non - progressive. For this individual we performed 3491 grafts. His hair started growing within 3 months and by 5 months the density was very good. By 12 months the complete results were visible and he enjoyed a great density. A special feature in this case was that he had 99% grey hair. It is difficult to perform a hair transplant in such cases. However, over the years, we have mastered the art of transplanting grey hair or light pigmented hair by performing transplantation on a lot of individuals with grey hair and a lot of Caucasians. Over the years we have accumulated an experience of performing transplant with light pigmented hair or infact no pigment at all.
  5. A conservative hair transplant is when new hair grafts are planted in between the gaps of already existing hair. We performed a similar transplant procedure for the index patient who was was 50 years old and who had diffussive hair loss from the hairline till the crown. He received 5055 grafts for his transplantation procedure. Out of these, 4055 grafts were taken from the scalp and 1000 grafts were taken from the beard. It is usually very difficult to plant new grafts in between the existing hair but with 8x magnification, we were able to meticulously fill up the gaps. We also gave him Finasteride and Minoxidil which would strengthen his pre existing hair and make them thicker. After 3 months the hair started to grow and after 5 months there was a complete change in look. By the 9th month, he had gained a very thick density and good volume. It needs a lot of precision, experience and magnification to plant new grafts in between two already existing grafts so that the existing hair do not enter into shock stage or get damaged. With more than 6000 cases under our belt, Eugenix Hair Sciences has a vast experience of planting in between existing hair not only in males but also females.
  6. Eight Months update: Hair Transplant at Eugenix Anil Saini, 32 years of age with progressive baldness (going up to NW 5), joined Eugenix Hair Sciences, Delhi/NCR as a medical counselor. Soon he realized that without hair it is only “theoretical” to try to impart the knowledge upon the prospective patients over phone/mails and not wise from a sales point of view to meet the patients in person inside 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 center.) Eugenix Hair Sciences – a phenomenon sweeping the hair transplant industry with its Direct Hair Transplantation technique has become an enigma in the hair transplant industry. With more than 6000 successful cases so far, they have proved their consistency without a doubt. Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal with their skill and passion have emerged as forerunners in the hair transplant industry. Eugenix is changing the face of hair transplantation for men and women with world-class FUE instrumentation, facilities, and a team of dedicated professionals.
  7. Hi, My name is Sim, I am 27 years old and i am from Canada. My friend and i have decided that we are going to Eugenix hair transplant in india. After doing research for about 5 years we narrowed it down to either Darling buds and Eugenix in india. After looking into both places to the "T" we feel like the results at eugenix are more dense then darling buds. The method used a Eugenix is a bit different then the method used at darlings buds thats another reason we chose Eugenix (Eugenix uses DHI introduced in 2013) . Darling buds have been around longer and might have more experience but we felt like the results at Eugenix were better density wise. I will be posting my overview about the surgery along with pictures every month and how my trip/surgery was at Eugenix. We both have decided that we are going to go with the "Comprehensive and exclusive package" that Eugenix offers and we both decided we are going to get are hair transplant done from Dr.Anika Bansal. We will begin are journey to india on March 5th 2020 and are surgery will take place March 9th and 10th 2020 once the surgery is done i will start posting my progress, grafts implanted, before/after pictures, monthly updates, and other information that you guys would like to know. I will also be putting up videos on my youtube channel of the progress every month, i was told by many of my followers to do so because most people following me want to get a hair transplant and obviously want to see the results before commiting to do this big procedure. I will put a link up of my channel once the surgery is done so you guys can follow that as well. I am excited and nervous about this, I've been waiting for a long time. Feel free to message me anytime and i will try my best to answer your guys questions.
  8. Mr. Anup Jalota is a 65-year-old individual whose donor was thin and depleted. He had been wearing a wig to better suit his camera personality. It was a challenge for us to match his screen personality and match the same looks even after the transplant. We could extract 3000 grafts from the back scalp donor and 4000 odd grafts were taken from the beard. The beard hair, though mostly grey, merged well with the scalp hair. Within 2 months, his hair had started growing. Within 4 months he was in a reality TV show, Bigg Boss. By the 7th month, he achieved outstanding growth. After a year of the completion of his procedure, he is enjoying very good results. The point to be noted in this case is that since most of his hair are grey and he is not coloring his hair it tends to look thinner. But if he colors the hair, the light gets obstructed by the blackened hair and thus they appear denser. It was, however, a challenge to recreate a look similar to his wig look which was very dense and thick. However, as we can see his full results, it looks thick, natural, and dense.
  9. Planting hair in the hairline zone and the area immediately behind the hairline zone in the frontal area is challenging because that is the frontal part and gateway to the face. The right kind of hair - like the hairline has thinner caliber hair, lightly pigmented hair, irregular hair, and slow-growing hair; are important in the hairline zones. In the temples the hair has to be acutely placed, the curl should be upside down, etc. It is very important to ensure such factors in the temple area. While doing so, one also has to be always mindful of the potential progression of baldness in the individual. This is why the hairline should not be too low or too high but rather it should be very judicious. It is very important that all of these factors should be kept in mind when designing and constructing the hairline.
  10. A 40-year-old man had his baldness going up to Grade III on the Norwood Hamilton Scale and it was progressing. He wanted a good density and fortunately, he had good hair and his donor was thick. His temples were also receding and it is difficult to do the temple areas as the direction of the hair and the angles are different. We performed his procedure and by 5 months he was very happy with the progress. Now close to 2 years, he is still enjoying his fabulous results and has become a close friend to the clinic.
  11. Hello everyone! So I have been reading a lot of material on this forum. I have definitely received a tremendous amount of information from here. It has helped me a lot during my immediate post transplant phase. I believe that my own experience with hair transplantation could help others who are seeking the same too. Therefore, I have decided to post the entire documented journey of my transplantation procedure here on this amazing forum. Here it goes: I started to lose hair by the age of 23. The loss was very gradual and it was difficult for me to have noticed the decline in my density. Eventually, when the hairline stared to recede drastically and my look started to change for the worse, I started to panic. I never knew anything about hair. I was scared that it might be a disease or some form of disorder. But even that was not enough to compel me to visit a doctor and understand the situation. I started with different home remedies and self imagined cures in the forms of advertised shampoos or oils. However, the hair loss did not stop. I started to notice more and more hair come off every time I combed my hair or even if I wet it. The worst part was that I was losing all confidence because of my hair situation. I started using hair products and other styling products to help hide my baldness. But as most of you might know, that doesn't really work. However, to come to the point of all of the above, it was only after I met Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi that they actually told me the honest truth about hair loss intervention. They made me understand the why and the how. And also what should be done to address the issue. For the already bald area, it was too late. But for my pre existing hair, I was recommended Finastride at a dosage of 0.5 to 1 mg. I swear by this medication because i have 0 hair loss since I have started taking that medication. For the bald area, the doctors gave me a transplantation of 2815 grafts. I knew about hair transplantation prior to this too. But I was not sure whether i would be able to go through with it. I was definitely scared of the pain. I couldn't quite bring myself to go for the procedure. However, the procedure was painless, contrary to my belief. It was simple. But it was lengthy (oh well!). And you gotta do what you gotta do. So now through the pictures, I shall show you the progress of my results.
  12. We, at Eugenix Hair Sciences, pay utmost attention to the cosmosis of the donor. Therefore, we always strive to take the grafts from the donor in a manner where there is no evidence of the extraction after the procedure. The donor looks the same after a few months as it had looked before extraction. The meticulous attention, diligence, the use of the finest punches, the strategic extraction from the permanent zone, the experience and skill set that we have garnered over the years with more than 6000 patients have helped us in preserving the aesthetics of the donor. The donor in the end looks like as if nothing has been extracted from it. Please subscribe to our channel and ring the bell icon to keep yourselves updated with our videos. We shall be continuously posting new and scientific videos which will help all the patients gain better insight into the hair transplant procedures.
  13. Mrs. Singh, a 70 years old lady had got frontal fibrosing alopecia, FFA, which was stable. She was diagnosed based upon the clinical history and biopsy. It was stable for ten years. We took the case up and we did 2500 grafts on the front and we did less density than normal - around 25 to 30 grafts per sqm were planted and after 7 months the results started growing and by 1 year it was amazing. We have been following her up for the last 3 years and the results have been consistent. Hair restoration is not only an option for men, but also women. Surgical hair restoration is a great option for women born with naturally high hairlines as well.To summarize, one has to make the right diagnosis and you have to ensure that there is no disease activity for many years. If you do less density and you follow the patient up, then it would ensure a long-lasting result. This is our experience.
  14. So I have final made this decision to get my HT done by Eugenix Hair Sciences today. I have been losing hair for years now and I feel that this is the right time to get take this step. I choose @Dr. Sethi & Dr. Bansal after going through so many blog posts in this forum. I have checked out the results of the patient and not just the before and after pics, but their entire journey and their updates. I have the surgery planned today and will be posting my post op pics as well as pics before the operation was done.
  15. REGRETTING HAIR TRANSPLANT ! We have started getting more than we could imagine and handle “Regret Hair Transplantation” cases! These cases are typically 1) Unnatural looks 2) Unnatural hair line position 3) Recognisable “Hair Jobs” 4) Progressive baldness with bald “halo” around the new fake looking hair 5) Abnormal temple points and unnatural angle, direction and “curl” of the hair. It is always difficult to fix these cases, .....most of them have gone to some extent in depression and social recluse....Their initial enthusiasm has turned into Regrets... In last 1 year, we must have done more than 100 repair cases, and we do fear handling these cases for many reasons. The most important being, these are DIFFICULT to do! Extracting the grown hair from the the frontal area and then ensuring an invisible scar on the face is very very challenging. And on pigmented skins along with the risk of post inflammatory hyperpigmentation due to sun exposure, it is much more challenging and difficult to take the responsibility of a great outcome on the “FRONTAL” donor area! We pray, patients do a long research and “Do it Once, but Do it Right!”
  16. Stepwise chronological events that occur after hair transplantation: 1) TRANSPLANTATION OF HAIR 2) TELOGEN EFFLUVIUM: Occurs up to 30 days after the procedure 3) ANAGEN SYNCHRONISATION: Simultaneous growth of most of the hair up to 10 months 4) ANAGEN DESYNCHRONISATION: Reshuffling of the Hair Cycle after 15-18 months 5) FINAL HAIR VOLUME
  17. We are pleased to inform you that Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal are going live on YouTube on 4th, Saturday, at 8 pm, 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://bit.ly/3bNz2VQ
  18. Hi everyone, My name is Aditya and i got my hair transplant at Eugenix mumbai on 7th march 2020 with Dr Arika Bansal and Dr Priyadarshani. I have been losing hair since the last 6 years and i used to hide it by using hair fibers until it got so bad that I could not hide it enough with the fiber. My family and I were always against having a surgery as we were really scared and we had also heard that the sugery is extremely painful. We had also read a few articles about the deaths which were caused due to the hair transplant surgery and hence I had decided I would never opt for it and therefore I decided to try a hair patch as I saw few videos on youtube and they looked very natural . After i got my hair patch it looked really good and i thought this was the end of my baldness. I was really happy and no one around me could tell that i was wearing a patch. The problem started after 2-3 days when the patch would get excessively dry as one can't wash it everyday. It would itch a lot and within 7-8 days I would have to go back to the salon to get it fixed as the lace of the hair patch would start showing up or the glue fron the front would wear off and this was the most frustrating part of wearing a patch and it also really affected my self confidence as i was extremely worried that others would findout that I am wearing a hair patch . Even when i would meet my friends my body language would completely change, I would keep avoiding eye contact with them as i was really scared of them finding out. Finally after around 2 months when i was back at the salon to fix my hair patch, i told one of the technicians who handles the maintenance of the patch that my life has really become hell after wearing this patch and I was much happier without it and I would like to shave my head off instead of wearing this patch . I also told him how skeptical I have always been about a surgery. He told me to check out Eugenix and he assured me that it would change my life. I came home and quickly started researching it and I was pleasantly surprised to see the results. Still i thought that I cannnot trust the images shown on the website but since I was so desperate to have my hair back I thought i should at least go for a consultation. I went there with my wife and my family and we met Dr Priyadarshani . We told her how scared we were about the surgery . She assured me that Eugenix takes extra precautions before and after the surgery is performed and reassured me that the results would be extraordinary. There were few patients at the clinic who had come for PRP. She made me meet them and I was relieved to the see their results. I would have never known that they have had a hair transplant surgery if she hadn't told me. After talking to a few patients I was convinced that if I am going to have a hair transplant,it has to be at Eugenix. i finally got my hair transplant surgery on 7th march 2020 and they grafted around 3000 grafts. Dr Priyadarshini and Dr bansal were extremely nice and patient with me. They kept checking on me during the surgery if i was ok and if i needed a break as they knew i was super nervous. The surgery did NOT hurt at all. Not even when they injected the anesthesia as they use a vibrator while injecting the anesthesia. I was very comfortable during the surgery and was using my phone during most of the time . The staff at eugenix is also extremely well spoken and polite. Over the next few months I will keep updating my progress here. I am so glad i chose Eugenix and i cant emphasize enough how talented Dr bansal and Dr priyadarshani are at performing the surgery. They specialise in creating the most natural looking hairline and I am eagerly waiting to see my results in the next few months and i am hoping it would be as good as I am imagining it to be. I am uploading few pictures of before and after surgery and one which was clicked after a week.
  19. Female Hairline Introduction: Female hairline is relatively more complex than male hairline. Each female has a specific hairline in mind depending on their own perceptions of beauty. The doctors can definitely give inputs regarding what would look more natural and aesthetic. The donor availability is also an issue in the females. Since females have a very limited donor, i.e., the back scalp only, it is vital that the donor density is properly evaluated and the available grafts are used to their optimum capacity. Indications of Female Hair Transplantation: 1. Naturally high hairline: Sometimes women do not fancy their naturally high hairlines. They turn to hair transplantation for lowering their hairlines. 2. Androgenetic Alopecia: Women can experience baldness with the increase in sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone. This can happen due to a hormonal imbalance in young women and after menopause in women who are in their late middle ages. 3. Traction Alopecia: Constant pull/tension in the hair due to tying them tight can cause permanent loss of hair. 4. LPP (Lichen Plano Pilaris) and other scarring alopecias: In these conditions, the body's own immune system can eat up the hair causing hair loss. 5. Cosmetic surgeries: Surgeries like an eyebrow lift among many others can cause the hairline to get elevated. The distance of the hairline from the glabella is also different in males and females. When it is 8 to 9 cms for the males, for the females it is only 5 to 6 cms. In females, the hairline has many micro and macro irregularities. Additional elements in the female hair line: Widows peak, lateral mounds, cowlick, shape of fronto-temporal recession, size of temporal peak, width of sideburns and the distance from the tragus are determined to the last dot for precision and perfection. This is what helps to balance the different proportions. Creating Recipient sites: The slits in the midline zone (middle 1/3rd or middle 3 finger width) are directed anteriorly and the hair is also directed towards the right side from the left side. The tactile sensation during site creation can provide feedback as to whether the direction and angle is correct: As the blade enters, there should be a very smooth sensation; if the surgeon feels something gritty or crunchy, the angle is most likely incorrect. Lateral mounds are described as protrusions along the frontal hairline, on average 3.75 to 4.0 cm from the widow’s peak or center of the hairline. Lateral mounds are larger and more lateral than in men, and occur with a higher frequency. It is very important to incorporate the lateral mounds into the female hairline to impart a more feminine look. Another difference is that cowlicks were more prevalent in women with 64% of women having some type of cowlick pattern. In patients with a strong whorl, the direction of the transplanted hairs should match those of the cowlick. Many women do have a frontotemporal recession, it is less prominent than in men. If the patient previously had a concave triangle or concave oval shape, this shape can be maintained in an advanced position. These temporal recess show miniaturised hair, and so grafting with fine sentinel hair, as well as single hair grafts (with thin calibre, slow growing and less colour), should be used at the anterior portion of the recess to create a natural appearance. We usually under correct the recess while maintaining the concavity to create a more straight/slightly concave hairline of the fronto-temporal recess in such cases. Attention should be paid to hairline-temple balance in such cases as sometimes temple & temporal points need to be enhanced to balance the augmented fronto-temporal recess. The suitable donor area for the frontotemporal area (FT), temple peak (TP), and sideburns (SB) are the nape/ just behind the ear/front of ear. However, hair shaft diameter in the FT, TP, and SB were smaller than in the donor areas of the temporal, parietal, occipital, and neck regions according to our study. The “baby hair” on the hairline zone are characterised by 1) slow growing, 2) thinner in caliber and 3) lighter in colour. It is very very important that these kind of hair are strategically picked up from the donor area and planted on the hairline zone to create the natural looks in females (though it is also important in males)!
  20. A long time ago, Eugenix first hired a young man with a perfect head of hair for putting up a board on the newly started clinic building. This young man would come ten years later as a patient to the same clinic he once helped design an install the board for. The receding hairline was a cause of worry for him as he also had an impending wedding in the near future. When he came to the doctors, he was recommended 1500 grafts approximate for the procedure. A couple of conversations later, he went ahead with the transplant. He received 1530 grafts during the procedure to be exact. The entire frontal zone was reconstructed. Dr. Arika Bansal created the exact same hairline that had been there when he had no baldness. Dr. Abhinav Kumar carried forward his extraction and furthered the procedure to its completion. It was after a year that Mr. S K saw this tremendous growth on his scalp. The medications had brought back density and perfectly preserved his pre existing hair. The transplanted area looks like the hair was never lost. There is no trace of a procedure to be witnessed. One of the most beautifully created hairlines, his pictures ten years ago and his pictures now would show a 0% difference in the hairline. It has been natural, dense and voluminous.
  21. Mr. B T is one of those patients who are very particular about their look. Although he had a slightly receding hairline, he was keen on achieving the perfect structure. The fronto-temporal areas bothered him a lot. He was completely sure of what he wanted and how he preferred the design. In his case, the graft requirement was lesser than usual. He received 2100 grafts for the reconstruction of his hairline region. All the donor grafts were discreetly extracted from the scalp donor only. The transplanted hair would merge along with his natural hair in the pre-existing region behind his fronto-temporal regions. The area behind the forelock was also taken into account as it was thinning and had sufficient spacing to be transplanted. The hairline is a crucial and look defining entity of an individual's face. It is subtle and soft but at the same time provides the other features of the person's face look sharp and gives the face a structure. The hairline is also different in it's structure and extent, depending on whether the face is round, oval etc. His procedure was carefully designed and his slits made by Dr. Pradeep Sethi. Dr. Priyadarshini Das performed the extraction. He had opted for the Comprehensive package. For Mr. B T, the results are awaited and we wait with as much anticipation as him for the final change in his look. For the better.
  22. Mr. A H has a full head of beautiful salt and pepper hair. However, it was not always like that. He had a frontal zone recession. Standing at Grade III baldness on the Norwood Hamilton Scale, he had experienced a dramatic alteration his appearance. After a 3205 grafts plantation with a complete coverage, he had a pleasant look change after 10 months. The growth, even with grey hair, is dense and looks good. His case is one which also proves that age is not a factor when planning for hair transplantation at all.
  23. Transplantation in females has been a complex process. It always involves a lot of planning and labour. In the case of Mrs. J S, the hairline had to be augmented. This, being aesthetically most important, was a scary decision for her to make. It was only normal for her to be worried. After her decision to go for the procedure, she was given 1475 grafts. It usually takes 12 months for the full density to be seen for the transplanted area. But in her case, 10 months were enough to have a dramatic look change and a good density. Female hair transplant when done right can enhance the aesthetics of a person in the most positive manner.
  24. Dr. M B, a colleague of Dr. Abhinav Kumar, came for the consult and cleared his doubts. Being a doctor himself, he understood what the procedure entailed. Very thorough with his research, he has a clear understanding of what he was getting into. He got 2500 grafts done for the reconstruction of his frontal zone. His hairline was reconstructed and the density in the frontal zone augmented. The donor area used for him was purely the scalp. He has completed a couple of days after the procedure. The results are awaited.
  25. Mr. AD was a Grade 2 plus patient on the Norwood Scale of baldness. He had a requirement for the reconstruction of the frontal zone. The receding hairline had caused a severe impairment in his overall looks. He got 3000 grafts done with us for the complete augmentation of his frontal zone. With high hopes and backed by research, he was hoping for the best. The shedding phase was difficult for him as he saw no difference in his before after looks. It does tend to get atrociously difficult for most patients to go through the shedding phase. After 8 months of his transplantation procedure, he has a renewed look and has a good density on his frontal zone. The look is natural and suits his face structure. Most importantly, he is satisfied and feels that all the wait was worth the end product.
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