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  1. YouTube has become a powerful medium of communication in this new millennium. This media can make or break organisations, governments and societies. It is not surprising then that every field has taken advantage of this field to spread more awareness about themselves. Not lagging far behind is the industry of hair transplant that is using this medium to promote itself. When one surfs through YouTube, one can find multiple channels wherein the hosts give innumerable information on hair transplant and the various factors associated to it. Therein comes the problem. 1. Not all sources are reliable and genuine. Various vloggers use YouTube as a medium of income. The sole purpose of information sharing gets diluted when this happens. The motive of the channel merely rests on the profit making and the increase in viewership. 2. Shock value tends to get more viewers and most youtubers will not shy away from using this to gain more followers. It does not matter whether the information being shared is correct or if it is just for garnering more attention. 3. The profits for a youtuber comes through various sources. One of the most important being sponsorship. Only the organisations giving sufficient money will appear in the good books of the vloggers. The rest will be put down and demonized. 5. Doctors put in years of hard work and research into what they do. Fancy and shiny vlogs muddy the waters of professional experience when they promote information that are against science. 6. Unrealistic expectations are set into the minds of people. This leads to dissatisfaction and cognitive decline in people who do not have the resources for a dense hair growth. 7. Body image negativity is promoted heavily to guilt the viewers into believing that they require hair transplant to have a happier life. Whereas on the contradictory, happiness does not merely depend on the physical attributes of an individual and all cosmetic surgeries are superficial and elective. 8. Celebrities are used as role models for body goals. The truth being that for celebrities, creating an illusion of perfection is a part and parcel of their livelihood, the common man suffers from low self esteem. There is also a huge difference in the maintenance between a common man and a celebrity. 9. A lot of other products are sold in the guise of necessity in relation to hair transplant. Serums, shampoos, oils, pills, etc. are indirectly marketed and the viewers are brainwashed into investing their money into unnecessary products. 10. The line between genuine clinics and profit based franchises are blurred beyond repair. It becomes difficult for a consumer to differentiate between what is genuine and what is not. Eventually this leads to the consumers ending up investing in the wrong places. And to add salt to injury, the results are also devastating. YouTube is a powerful medium but now it is up-to the consumers to develop a scientific temper and patience. A thorough research must accompany their time invested in youtube also.
  2. 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.
  3. I’ve always debated this and not sure which is the correct stance. When I have shorter hair it’s much easier to skip washing a day, but now that I’ve grown my hair out (I went from after surgery to no haircut in six months), I would prefer to wash it every day.Part of me thinks if DHT builds up on the scalp washing it every day would be a good thing? Although I see many people with no hair loss only wash their hair twice a week. I do use essential oil’s in a spray bottle on my hair after every wash so drying out my hair does not seem to be an issue. Although one thing I hate with lighter hair like myself is when your hair is long and wet it does seem to clump together and the weight of the hair pulls down resulting in showing more scalp but when my hair is dry the density looks near 100%.
  4. 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.
  5. Hi All, Long time lurker here. I have to say that I really appreciate all the value and information this forum provides. I am a little OCD and have been doing a lot of research on different hair transplant options and the pros and cons. I think I am at a stage where transplant is really the only option and I am looking for recommendations and options regarding it. A little bit about myself: I am 31 years old and have been losing hair since I was 19. I was able to pull off the receded hairline till about 3.5 years ago when it became very evident and I did not like what I was looking at in the mirror. I have consulted with 4 doctors so far and all have advised that a FUE between 2500 to 3000 grafts is what is required to remedy my hairline and provide a good result. I have not been able to take the plunge (been thinking about it for 3 years now) because I get too worried about a bad or unnatural result and things such as permanent scarring and so on. I was hoping that some of the long time members here can point me in the direction of some bad results and chime in on any data points regarding how often someone might get bad results or the main causes for bad results. Also, I think I’ve narrowed down my options to 3 doctors so far ( Cinik, Tejinder Bhatti and Dr Bhansal/ Sethi). I think that these doctors have had really impressive results for the most part and I have had very little luck finding bad reviews/results coming out of their clinics specially Dr Bhatti and Dr Bhansal/Sethi. It would be very helpful if someone on this forum can point me to any results from these doctors where the patients have not been satisfied with and the reasons for the bad results. I have also attached some pictures that show my hair loss. Please do provide some input on how many grafts you think I might need as well.
  6. Good Evening Everybody. I have had two transplants already. I am/ Was a Norwood 6, with retrograde alopecia. I had my first transplant in 2012 with Dr Madhu. FUT https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/31136-hair-transplant-with-dr-madhu2700-fut/ My second HT was with Dr Bhatti, in 2018 to add density to my hairline and upto the mid scalp. https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/52308-hair-transplant-with-dr-tejinder-bhatti-darling-buds-chandigarh/ My Final HT was with Eugenix Yesterday. We managed to get 1650 Scalp Grafts + 400 Beard Grafts. Dr Bansal Wanted to use more of the scalp grafts for the crown and use the beard grafts to fillip the areas around the mid scalp. Started the procedure at 10.00 Am, had a break at 2.00pm, and the whole procedure was done by 6.45 pm. it went well, the place its self was well maintained, staff courteous and helpful. Below are some Pictures and I would be following up with regular progress. No Pain today, IM quite conformable. Slept really well and feel good overall.
  7. The index patient was 30 years old. His details are: Hairline augmentation required Grafts done: 4070 Grade - 5V Donor site: scalp donor Donor quality: Good Hair calibre: Good Below are his results after 7 months
  8. 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.
  9. Hi, I am 30 years old. Have lost the frontal hairline and it is going back day by day. Pretty much like this but mine is worse The above thread prompted me to post my doubts here. So, I visited few of the surgeons from this list https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/Consult-a-Physician/surgeon-list/IND/India Darling Buds and Medispa and many other renowned surgeons who are not on the list but people have achieved great results from them. Everyone suggested me around 2500-3000 grafts. All of them were doing the transplant using FUE technique and gave one PRP session along with the transplant. Here are my doubts- 1. I met many patients who came for follow up visits in their clinics. Almost everyone said that they were told say 5000 grafts but in reality the grafts injected were way too less i.e. they didn't get the required density. Any way to make sure that one gets what he has paid for? Someone else has same doubts 2. Everyone said that the surgeon constructed the hairline in the front and the rest of the work was done by their staff. Shouldn't the surgeon do all the work here? 3. All hospitals told me that the existing hair line receding and hairfall will stop after the PRP session which is done at the time of the surgery. But they were mum when I asked that if PRP is that effective then why isn't it recommended in place of propecia or finasteride? Also why isn't the same FDA approved? They had no answers. Any thoughts? This is my biggest concern. 4. All the surgeons listed on this website are super expensive. No one charges for per graft in reality but they have made packages. If one opts a surgeon which is not a member of ISHRS or IAHRS, just on the basis of results of other people, then is there any parameter which one should keep in mind while selecting them? 5. Is it true that DHT does not affect the transplanted hairs? If yes then why? 6. Is it true that in extreme cases even the transplanted hair doesn't grow or they also recede with time? Please enlighten me with any other points which one should keep in mind while selecting a surgeon, pre and post surgery. Thanks
  10. The index patient is 26 years old was balding at a fast pace. He came in for a wholesome treatment. He was worried about the already bald area but also about the ongoing hair loss. His details are as follows: Total number of grafts: 4030 Scalp donor: 3480 Beard donor: 580 Hair calibre: Good Donor density: Good Package opted for: Comprehensive package with Dr. Alok Sahoo The results displayed are only after 5 months of the transplantation procedure. He has developed a good growth and has enhanced his look already. He shall be getting more growth and density in the coming months.
  11. The index patient's details are as follows: Age: 24 Grade of baldness: 3A Hairline recession with progressive baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia). For the procedure, his details are: Donor area: Excellent Transplanted number of grafts: 3007 One day procedure Doctor: Dr. Arika Bansal Chosen exclusive package with Dr. Arika Bansal Beard donor not used The young man is now pursuing his higher education and does not have to worry about being conscious for his hair. He also takes Finasteride which has helped preserve all of his pre-existing hair. Below we share with you his fabulous hair.
  12. This Doctor by profession was a 42 year old man when he got his procedure done with us. He got 3100 grafts from the scalp donor and 685 grafts from his beard donor. The total number of grafts done for him were 3785. We covered his frontal zone with these grafts and he was prescribed Finasteride, Minoxidil and hair specific multivitamins for his pre-existing hair. He went in for the Exclusive package where Dr. Pradeep Sethi performed his procedure. The results displayed in the pictures below are after 5 months. He has achieved incredible results.
  13. Being in the industry of hair transplantation, we get the opportunity to play a part in an individual's journey to happiness. Although a small role in their overall change of personality and look, results such as exhibited below give us tremendous satisfaction and gratification. Our patients are our greatest source of inspiration. When Mr. RY came in for a consult with us, he had already witnessed our work on the head of our former patient. He is a close friend to that patient and he was amazed at how we had completed a corrective procedure for his friend. Mr. RY was Grade IV on the Norwood Hamilton Scale with a receding hairline and an empty crown area. He received: 1. Scalp donor: 2625 grafts 2. Beard donor: 1115 grafts The total number of grafts done for Mr. RY was 3740. He choose the Comprehensive package wherein the hairline design and hairline slits were done by Dr. Arika Bansal. The rest of the procedure was completed by Dr. Abhinav Kumar. When we witness the results that he has achieved after a year, it is nothing short of fabulous. His salt and pepper hair look gorgeous and his face is well framed by the designed hairline. He has been regular with his medications and PRP. Together with him, we join in his happiness to show off this amazing and beautiful result.
  14. Mr. P R was a 51 year old man when he got his procedure done for the first time. He was Grade VA on the Norwood Hamilton Scale of baldness. He was at a stage in his life where everything was good and settled and he wanted to have a nice set of hair for the sake of his won satisfaction. He went in for the first session of 3020 grafts in the frontal zone. The entire donor grafts were extracted from the back scalp. He chose the Complete package where Dr. Abhinav Kumar performed the procedure. The results exhibited below are after 10 months of his first procedure. He went for another session for his crown later; the results of which are awaited.
  15. Mr. S D was a corrective case. He had had a hair transplantation procedure earlier also. He had got it done from Hyderabad. However, the results were not satisfactory and he was very conscious about his looks. He started using fibres and created an illusion of coverage. The procedure was planned and he got 5132 grafts done for the procedure. He got done 3077 grafts from the back scalp donor and 2055 grafts from the beard donor. After 1 year, he has seen tremendous results with an absolutely fabulous transformation in look.
  16. Perfection is the word that can be best used to describe the index patient's results. He came to us with a receding hairline and a thinning in the crown area. Being a young guy of 24 years, he was extremely conscious of his changing appearance. And rightfully so because it was such a shame that his amazing facial features were shadowed by the loss of hair. He came in for a consult with us, equipped with his own research and his desired look. He was one patient who had the luxury to get the exact same look that he might have had prior to the hair loss. He met and consulted Dr. Abhinav Kumar. He was extremely comfortable with the Doctor and he went ahead with the Complete package, wherein Dr. Abhinav Kumar performed the entire procedure for him. He got 2717 grafts in the hairline and on his crown. The donor grafts were purely extracted from the scalp donor. He has also been kept on medications - finasteride 1 mg daily, Minoxidil and some hair specific multivitamins. The results exhibited below are after 8 months of his procedure. His results have been immaculate and looks more natural than the natural hairline itself. His crown is also dense and his discipline with taking the medications has made a huge difference in his overall hair health.
  17. At after 6 decades of his life, Mr. S M was motivated to finally give in to hair transplantation for the receding hairline and the almost empty mid scalp he was experiencing. With a marvelous set of salt and pepper hair that he has on his scalp, we gave him 3021 grafts with Dr. Pradeep Sethi designing his signature hairline. Dr. Pryadarshini Das performed the extraction for him with regards to the Comprehensive and Exclusive package. The results exhibited below are after 8 months of the hair transplantation procedure. He has a beautiful new hairline and a good density. With his new hair, life seems to be only beginning at 60 for him.
  18. A close friend with the Doctors, and with a strong political background, Mr. B B was torn between his desire to have the procedure done and his time constraints. Eventually when he got the procedure done, 3019 grafts were planted on his scalp. He went in for the Comprehensive and Exclusive package with Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Abhinav Kumar. For a public figure, he was fearless of the drastic change in look when his results were visible.
  19. Mr S A wanted a change in look and a good density in the frontal zone. He was Grade IV A on the Norwood Hamilton Scale of baldness. His hairline had completely receded and he went in for 3330 grafts during the procedure. The donor was taken from the scalp. He went in for the Comprehensive and Exclusive Package with Dr Pradeep Sethi. The results exhibited below are after 7 months.
  20. R A had a hairline enhancement done with us. He is a young man who used to avoid keeping his hair long because of the hairline recession. The doctors suggested only around 1500 grafts approximately for his hairline augmentation. During the procedure he received 1640 grafts. He went in for the Complete package with Dr. Abhinav Kumar. After his completion of a year, he has a new hairstyle and does not shy away from keeping his hair longer. This procedure has only added to his good looks.
  21. For someone who wears a patch, Mr. M H, had a lot of pre-existing hair that could have been fairly damaged if he would have continued with it. Adding to it was the unnaturally dense hair that would make it obvious that something was fishy on his scalp. Living far away from his home in India, the environmental change and the completely different food habits of south Africa contributed to this 26 year old young man's further hair loss. Hair transplantation was a complete game changer for him in many ways. But not only him, his whole family was super skeptical of going in for the procedure. They had already witnessed a dozen of other young guys who had received completely unnatural results or no results at all in the past from some other clinics. M H was excruciatingly aware of his unnatural looks regarding the patch as well. His experience worsened when he had to wear the patch the first time he met his probable wife. The experience left him feeling guilty of hiding his reality and also with a lower self confidence. His research phase was thorough. Paying attention to the finest details, his online consultation was filled with numerous video calls with the doctors, evaluation of similarly performed results and an endless exchange of information. He was recommended approximately 2500 grafts for the coverage of his frontal zone with adequate density and a completely natural density. The doctors were very considerate with the crown and strongly prescribed medications for the thinning there. Trusting the confidence of the Doctors, M H decided to go for the prescribed plan. Dr. Abhinav Kumar was his preferred doctor and he went in for the Complete package with Eugenix getting 2535 grafts in total completely from the scalp donor. Four months later, M H traveled back from South Africa to stun not only his family members but also us with his fast growing results. There is a complete look change, a substantial density and his crown also has improved a lot. He ha also been regularly taking the medications and has a good protein rich diet. Along with the complete shift in their outlook towards the hair transplant industry, M H and his family have become extremely good friends to the clinic and continue to lend us their trust. And yes, M H is getting hitched within the coming 4 months and he can now enjoy this experience without any emotional trauma or guilt.
  22. A bald head never goes well with an outgoing and smart personality. Especially in the case of Mr. P S, who has to deal with a lot of people, it was bothersome enough for him to start searching for a remedy. With everything else in place, this was one thing he wanted to get fixed asap. 3000 grafts grafts was all he needed to combat his baldness issue. Medications definitely held an important role for the preservation of his mid scalp and crown. His is also a case where we can witness the effects of medications on the hair loss intervention. He went in for the design and hairline slits with Dr. Pradeep Sethi. A complete look change was visible within the 5th month itself. Also, the areas where the transplant had not been done, Finasteride proved to be a blessing. His crown started looking like he had never had any baldness there. He continues to take the medications even today and has not yet had the requirement for any more procedures. His transplanted hair, on the other hand, have only progressed to be more dense and voluminous. P S continues to be an outgoing personality with a gorgeous set of hair on his head.
  23. Mr. D P is a 40 year old man who has had 5003 grafts transplanted on his scalp. He has received 1388 grafts from the beard and the rest of the grafts from his scalp donor. He had opted for the Comprehensive package with Dr. Pradeep Sethi making the design and the hairline slits and the rest of the procedure was completed by Dr. Abhinav Kumar. The displayed results are after 9 months.
  24. Dr S D, one of the most well-respected doctors in the Delhi NCR province is also a dear friend to the doctors here. But friendship is not enough proof of somebody's quality of work. He is friends with many other hair transplant surgeons also. Dr S D did full research prior to him opting in for the procedure. He got to know about his requirement and what was the possibility with regards to the donor availability. Also, he wanted to understand the kind of coverage we could give him. He was Grade 6 on the Norwood Hamilton Scale of baldness. We performed a full scalp coverage with a total of 5604 grafts; 4202 grafts extracted from his scalp donor and 1402 grafts extracted from his beard donor. He has been regular with his PRP sessions and his medications. Seven months after his procedure, we witnessed a growth on his scalp that can only be described as spectacular. His crown , mid-scalp and hairline have developed wonderfully. His bond with the doctors and Eugenix has only become stronger with time and stays as beautiful as his results.
  25. After enduring a patch for more than a decade and in the process influencing dozens of people to opt for the same, Mr. K D was fatigued with the constant maintenance and discomfort of the hair patch. With a large head size, average scalp and beard donor and an image of a full head of hair to maintain, he had a lot at stake if he choose to go for the procedure. His evaluation was thorough and detailed and it lasted over several consult sessions. The doctor had estimated the donor availability upto 6000 grafts for his case in the first session. The crown would have a little area left for a future session. He went in for the Comprehensive package with Dr. Arika Bansal designing the hairline and making the hairline slits. Dr. Abhinav Kumar completed the rest of the procedure. However, during the procedure, as is usual with a fraction of the cases, his donor areas have us an extra 1000 grafts which got us to cover his entire scalp. He might not get the same density as his patch. Patches are usually made to be super dense and that is not possible with a natural growth. However, the visuals do appear very appealing and have a good density. The scars on his scalp due to the clips of the patch have disappeared and his skin has become healthier and his pre existing hair have grown dense. Plus, he can enjoy his everyday activities without having to worry about the patch ever coming out. As was the norm for him and his circle, his procedure and results has been an influence for most of his friends to come and get the same procedure with us.
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