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  1. I took these pictures today and I can see its worsening day by day, and hair has thinned from BACK too , I am confused now whether to opt for FUE or FUT, initially I was considering FUT with Dr Sunit Soni from Medispa but have seen few bad reviews of his hairtransplant recently, thus im confused now. Help me guys with choosing the best method and a good surgeon as I am not worried about money but want my hair back, I live in United Arab Emirates (Dubai) so please suggest and help me. Just using olive oil as of now and not on any medication.
  2. Mr. Sarkar was a 26 year old patient who was balding on the frontal zone. It had greatly altered his looks and his hairline had completely receded. He decided to go for the procedure with us for 2980 grafts with complete restoration in the frontal zone. After 8 months, we were able to view a drastic difference in his appearance giving him a much younger appeal. The results exhibited below are of his 8th month after the procedure. The complete density takes 12 months to appear.
  3. One 42 years old celebrity socialite of Mumbai came to us for the restoration of the receding hairline with a bigger forehead. She was always aware that she has a big forehead, but never knew what can be done to that. She knew that a proper hairline would give her a better facial aesthetics. When she consulted us through her friend, who had also got a procedure done for himself, we offered her a plan wherein the hairline was supposed to be not very low, nor very up as well. She underwent the procedure. The hairline of females is altogether different than males. The shape is a semilunar type. The angle of the hair differs just after 2 cm from the midline and customising the hairline for the facial features is a bit challenging than males. However, in the index case, the results at 4 months and 6 months are highly encouraging and she is getting her female friends and her celebrity husband for the procedure! (Note: Even after 100 plus female hair restoration cases, we still believe we are improving with each case on a regular basis. Between 2010 to 2015 we have had 40 odd patients of female hair cases. Now since the last 2-3 years, we are doing almost 4-8 female cases per month. With awareness, increased cases of PCOD and lifestyle changes, the cases of female hair transplants are increasing.)
  4. Mr. AG was a 28 year old man. He was a Grade IV on the Norwood Hamilton Scale. His scalp donor was used for the procedure and 3000 grafts were planted. The results exhibited are after 5 months of his procedure. The density and the growth achieved in the results below are 50% of the complete density expected. The patient can still expect an increase in density over the following 6 months. In his case, the growth initiated from the 3rd month onward after the procedure.
  5. Mr. Satish Menon, CEO of cricket club, Kings XI Punjab, India, is a 61 year old man who had his surgery with us on 29.9.2017. He believed that he would never be able to get a natural hairline and density. However, he proved himself wrong when he achieved his final results of the transplantation procedure with us. We restored his frontal zone and the number of grafts used were: Scalp donor - 3491 Mr. Menon was one of the patients who experienced a direct growth sans the shedding phase of the transplanted follicles. Within three months he had already had his first haircut when he visited us for a follow up. It is not unusual for the patients to achieve a direct growth when they undergo the Direct Hair Transplantation technique. Also attached are the video links to Mr. Menon's testimonials:
  6. Best result of MBBS physician in 15 months post op using our DHT technique, Total 3015 Grafts used, Dr Arika Bansal & Dr Pradeep Sethi - Eugenix Hair Sciences. Dr Alok is MBBS physician, who was unhappy with his receding hair line and excessive hair loss. Due to his baldness he started looking older than his current age. He consulted us for his hair problem and after inspecting him, we suggested him that he need to do our recommended DHT hair transplant for best results. After 15 months he met us with amazing result. He is delighted and now feels very confident about his new transformation. Patient details: No. of Grafts used: 3015 grafts Donor : Scalp(3015) Results : 15 Months post op Please check his video testimonial and images.
  7. Best result of International Boxer in 9.5 months post op using our DHT technique, Total 5060 grafts used (Scalp + Beard), Patient age : 28yrs, Dr Arika Bansal & Dr Pradeep Sethi - Eugenix Hair Sciences. A 28 year old international boxer, wanted to regain his hairline and had multiple consultations earlier with many centres. No one was offering him a complete job in one go. When we met him and understood the need, we were certain that we can cover the bald area with great look change and graded density on the crown. Close to 5000 odd grafts were planted and the hair started off in couple of months and by 5 months he started feeling great and by 9.5 months he was extremely happy. Patient details: No. of Grafts used: 5060 grafts Donor : Scalp(3250) + Beard(1810) Results : 9.5 Months post op Grade : Grade 5A
  8. Best result in 8 months post op using our DHT technique, Total 5615 grafts used (Scalp + Beard), Patient age : 44yrs, Dr Arika Bansal & Dr Pradeep Sethi - Eugenix Hair Sciences. A 44 years old fitness instructor who in advance baldness phase was desparately looking for hair restoration. He used to hide his bald head by wearing bandana and wasn't confident with his overall look. He consulted us and got a procedure done from us. We have used our trademarked DHT technique and his hair started growing within 3 months of period. Within 8 months he has got amazing result. Now he feels more confident and happy with his overall looks. Don't miss his video testimonials attached with this post. According to us still 20% hair are yet to grow and the hair to be thicker. Patient details: No. of Grafts used: 5615 grafts Donor : Scalp + Beard Grafted Area : Front & Mid Scalp Results : 8 Months post op Grade : Grade 6
  9. Best result in 5 months post op using our DHT technique, Total 5070 grafts used (Scalp + Beard), Patient age : 41yrs, Dr Arika Bansal & Dr Pradeep Sethi - Eugenix Hair Sciences. A 41 years old horse rider came to us for hair restoration. He got a procedure done from us. We have used our trademarked DHT technique and his hair started growing within two months of period. Within 5 months he got a very good appreciable and look change result and according to us still 30% hair are yet to grow and the hair to be thicker. He is also going to do 2nd sitting from us for complete head coverage. No. of Grafts used: 5070 Donor : Scalp + Beard Grafted Area : Front & Mid Scalp Result : 5 months post op Grade : Grade VA/VI
  10. Best Results of advanced Grade Baldness, 7000 Grafts (Scalp + Beard), Dr Pradeep Sethi - Eugenix Hair Sciences Mr. Raman was very conscious about his hair loss and he used to keep his hair on the side of his head longer and used to cover the balding area with it. He had curlier side of hair and the donor density was very good and he wanted to cover the total area in one go. With our rich experience of BHT, we took up the case and judiciously kept the hairline at the optimum point (not too hight neither too low) keeping in mind the ultimate coverage of his total bald area. Breakup of the grafts: Scalp: 4000 (Singles: 558, Rest were multiples) Beard: 3000 Since he had curlier side of scalp hair, his beard hair blended well with the transplanted scalp hair. We provided the graded density from front to crown keeping in mind that the front is the aesthetic importance to the person. After 11 months most of his hair were grown and the crown was as expected, had a little lower density in comparison to the front. And his scalp donor is still adequate to be harvested again to do the crown.
  11. A 45 years old hotelier with advanced grade of baldness approached us for a look change hair restoration along with his hotelier friend. Both of them had the expectations of complete coverage of the bald scalp. The index patient had a big size scalp to be covered. Our experience revealed that he needs close to 10,000 odd grafts for a complete job. We started with covering the front, mid and the anterior part of the crown area. Close to 7890 grafts were planted (from both scalp and beard) over 3 consecutive days. He was informed that the crown would be done later. We had to ensure that the scalp donor does not look over harvesrted and uncosmetic. Also we had to be sure about the final outcome of the beard area. Fortunately, being a hotelier he never wanted to have a beard! Moreover he wanted to cover the baldscalp with hair, which was a long standing wish. The hair started growing by 2-3 months and by 10 months he felt like a new man with hair and renewed confidence and grew moustache as a sign of royal confidence! He has become a very dear friend and wants to share his story with all. Please witness his story in his own words: The following link shows some more results of advanced grade of baldness at Eugenix with Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal.
  12. A very senior dermatologist with grade 7 baldness of 54 years age was evaluated by us for hair restoration. His donor area was limited but the density was good. Also, as expected the beard was great as inversely related to the baldness. We completed the procedure over two sittings in a gap of one year. First sitting: Over three days Total grafts: 7630 (Scalp: 3760, Beard: 3900) After a very encouraging result of the first sitting, we thought to lower the hairline by 1 cm and increase the density of the crown and the parietal(hump) areas. Second sitting: Over one day Total grafts: 3500 (Scalp: 1500, Beard: 2000) Total of 11,130 grafts were planted which not only changed the look but also the fortune of the doctor and he shifted his practice from dermatology to Hair restoration!
  13. Dr Pradeep Sethi of India is in United Kingdom, London and Manchester for next few days. He would be happy to meet people who would like to have a meeting in person with him over a cup of coffee. The following numbers can be contacted for scheduling the meeting. 1. Amit : +44 7988 203749 2. Dr. Narender Sharma: +44 7719 572528
  14. The picture qualities are not upto the current standards due to them being from the old stock. Sharing one old patient of 2012-13. An extreme case of baldness with poor scalp donor approached us in 2012 with expectations of a complete full head with hair. He already had a procedure of 2000 odd grafts from another clinic. He wanted to be double sure that we can grow good hair, so he first asked us to do 2000 chest grafts. (His chest hair were unusually very robust!) Most of these 2000 hair grew in 6 months and he developed confidence in us and went for 5000 grafts (4000 beard and 1000 scalp). After 6 months he went for another 5000 grafts (4500 beard, 500 scalp), to enhance the density and lower the hair line. After one year he went for augmenting the hairline and enhancing the density in some areas with another 2500 grafts (1500 from beard and 1000 from scalp). So, in total he has received 16,500 grafts over 2.5 years ! The facial scars are hardly visible, due to the very sharp, small punches and a rapidly healing skin of the face. Note: The patient had a dream of being on stage in acting and singing. Due to baldness he was lacking confidence and was avoiding the social gatherings and was withdrawn. He had made up his mind to do a complete job and he knew that he has got a great unusual beard and wanted to donate every beard hair for a great coverage of the scalp. Ultimately he has got a hairline and density of his desire and now he is living his passion and doing movies and enjoying a great singing career as well.
  15. Presenting a successful hair restoration story in a Scarring Alopecia (Lichen Plano Pilaris, LPP). The lady patient of 26 years old presented to us with a childhood history of Scarring Alopecia which was non progressive for more than last 10 years. She was socially conscious and regressive. As expected, she always wanted hair on her head and was hiding her big hairless patch of scar with regular use of a cap. When we saw her, took a detailed history and wanted to be 100% sure of the non progressiveness of the condition before taking her up for the procedure. So, we did a test patching of 200 grafts to see any remnant of activities of the disease. After near to 6 months, most of the 200 grafts grew. This gave us the confidence to go ahead and do the bigger chunk of the scarring patch. We did 2000 grafts (the patient allowed us to do a complete trimming of the donor area as she was expecting the best possible result to her by us). We kept on following her. She came after four months with some visible growth and by the end of 1 year, most of her hair had grown and she could cover most of her bald patch and is extremely happy. We are following her since then and till today her hair is doing well and there is no sign of disease activity. Note: Lichen Plano Pilaris (LPP) is a very rare and unpredictable disease condition which causes Scarring Alopecia in patches in the central scalp and occasionally on the occipital scalp, more often in ladies than males. Usually LPP does not affect the hairline. Also very rarely affects the beard in males. But in many cases, after doing the procedure, the disease which seems silent, gets activated and damages the planted roots. So it is difficult clinically to ascertain the timing of a hair transplantation in LPP. Many physicians consider a silent period of more than 2 years is adequate to do a procedure upon the scarring. But many are proven wrong by the disease reactivation! Also, scarred tissue has altered vasculature and is not the same as the normal skin for transplanting hair. The thickness of the different layers of the skin are also altered so an experienced surgeon only should attempt to do a procedure in a Scarring Alopecia. So there are two unpredictabilities in LPP: 1. Uncertainty of the disease activity, & 2. Unfavourable dermal tissue. Other than doing a biopsy, trusting the history by the patient about the disease activity, a test grafting is essential to predict the future course after transplantation.
  16. Mr Anup Jalota is a 65 year old celebrity singer in India. He was wearing a wig for many years. He had one procedure done 7 years back. Over all the donor was very depleted and the hair quality was poor due to senile thinning. Close to 5000 grafts were planted in the first sitting over 2 days. Around 2500 grafts were extracted from scalp and another 2500 were extracted from the beard on two consecutive days. The posterior aspect of the transplanted area had a mixture of scalp and beard grafts. Another 2000 odd grafts were planted on the crown area after one month, 500 scalp ones and 1500 beard ones. So, a total of 7000 grafts were planted. Astonishingly, most of the grafts started growing straight away with out the initial expected telogen effluvium! (Though we experience this in many patients. Some percentage of grafts they grow straight away. This is due to the DHT concept of FUE we practice, wherein the grafts are planted within few minutes of extraction. We also ensure least root handling by using dull needle implanters in the premade slits.) In this index case we also used trumpet punches which ensured some extra tissue around the follicles. The extra tissue gave the cushion to the nearly friable thin grafts. A remarkable growth was seen by 3 months and a great appreciable growth was seen by 6 months.
  17. Mr. Gary used to wear a turban since his childhood till the age of 30. As expected, he developed traction alopecia on the frontal scalp as well as the side locks and the temple points. He wanted to remove the turban and have a natural hairline. He had a bigger size of head and the surface area to be covered was surprisingly larger. In this type of turban induced traction alopecia cases, the difficult area is to do the temple and side locks going up to above the ear. Since these cases are not graded baldness cases, there is a sharp border of high density on the front. So, during transplantation if the transplanted hair does not attain matching density, then the result will not be considered great. So, providing an optimum density in the transplanted area is very important. In this case, we planted 2500 grafts, all extracted from the scalp and the results presented here are after 1 year.
  18. Mr. Park from Australia referred by one of his friends who indeed was our old patient, came to us in 2016 with near Grade IV baldness. He had a decent density on the donor scalp. We did close to 3800 grafts spread over 2 days (1st day: 3000 grafts; 2nd day: 800 grafts). Carefully single follicles were chosen and planted on the hairline and a density of 35 to 40 grafts per sqcm were planted. The patient was sensitised about the importance of medicines like Finasteride and minoxidil to prevent the future baldness, as we do to all our patients. I got the opportunity to meet him after 1 year in Sydney and the patient was happy to share his story.
  19. This 31 year old male having a strong family history of baldness approached us in 2014 and we did his case in two sittings, as below. 1st Sitting: 3216 grafts (singles: 410) Keeping in mind his strong family history of baldness, we kept the hairline up at 8 cm from the mid eyebrow point (glabella). And he developed a great result within 5 months of his transplant. And his temple point was untouched. Encouraged with the results, the patient insisted about lowering the hairline. 2nd Sitting: 1784 grafts We did lower the hairline by 1.5 cm and blunted a bit in the fronto temporal area and also did the temple point. As expected, he got an amazing result after 6 to 7 months. We have also primed the patient about the importance of taking the medicines to prevent the future baldness in the mid scalp and the crown.
  20. Mr. Ram was very conscious about his hair loss and he used to keep the hair on the side of his head longer and used to cover the balding area with it. He had curlier side of hair and the donor density was very good and he wanted to cover the total area in one go. With our rich experience of BHT, we took up the case and judiciously kept the hairline at the optimum point (not too hight neither too low) keeping in mind the ultimate coverage of his total bald area. Breakup of the grafts: Scalp: 4000 (Singles: 530, rest were multiples) Beard: 3000 Since he had curlier side of scalp hair, his beard hair blended well with the transplanted scalp hair. We provided the graded density from front to crown keeping in mind that the front is the aesthetic importance to the person. After 9 months most of his hair were grown and the crown was as expected, had a little lower density in comparison to the front. And his scalp donor is still adequate to be harvested again to do the crown.
  21. The index patient had a big head. He was Grade VI bald on the Norwood Scale of Baldness. The patient wanted a natural hairline and therefore, we decided to concentrate on the frontal part of the patient's scalp. Total grafts: 4105 (Singles: 430) Temple points: 300 each His donor was average. His fronto - temporal angle and his temple pionts are corresponding to the sharpness of his nose. According to us the right kind of alignment of hairline, temple point corresponding to the nose, chin and mandible is required for a nearly natural look. He started to experience the growth spurt after 4 months and within 8 months he has extremely good results. He is planning for his second sitting on the crown. We have not exhausted his scalp donor and his beard donor is untouched.
  22. 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. .
  23. I have peruse this site for a while now, and though it was best to join so I could interact with the community. If you need to gain access to certain studies I can help with that as well. I wanted to see if anyone has had any experiences with soy or tea and reduced hair loss. --While it does not seem to reduce hair loss, Corvettester's experience with Biotin (http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/163314-corvettesters-biotin-experience.html) is encouraging, and I will start taking this. --Personally I have tried saw palmetto for over a year (450mg) and while I saw reduced hair loss and zero side effects, I am going to move on to other treatments. However, I would not discourage its use. One study's (Potency of a Novel Saw Palmetto Ethanol Extract, SPET-085, for Inhibition of 5α-Reductase II) review of the literature indicates that "Clinical studies of SPE have been equivocal, with some showing significant results and others not. These inconsistent results may be due, in part, to varying bioactivities of the SPEs used in the studies." The above study indicated success in reducing the enzyme that converts testosterone to DHT. It is attached! --No relationship was found between Vitamin D levels and alopecia in a 2008 study(Does degree of baldness influence vitamin D status?) --Vitamin E did not help reduce alopecia in one study (High-dose alpha-tocopherol as a preventive of doxorubicin-induced alopecia.) However one cannot rule out the effect of the anti-cancer drug as a confounding factor. --Spearmint seems to help reduce hirsutism in women by reducing free testosterone (Effect of spearmint (Mentha spicata Labiatae) teas on androgen levels in women with hirsutism.) Here is the abstract: Mentha spicata Labiatae, known as spearmint and Mentha piperita Labiatae, known as peppermint can be used for various kinds of illnesses in herbal medicine and flavoring in industry. M. spicata Labiatae grows on the Anamas plateau of Yenithornarbademli town of Isparta, located in southwest part of Turkey. In this town, clinicians thought that consumption of tea steeped with M. spicata or M. piperita caused a diminished libido. Because antiandrogenic effects of spearmint and peppermint were found previously in rats, it was decided to observe the effect of this herbal tea on the androgen levels in hirsute women.Twenty-one female hirsute patients, 12 with polycystic ovary syndrome and 9 with idiopathic hirsutism were included to the study. They were took a cup of herbal tea which was steeped with M. spicata for 5 days twice a day in the follicular phase of their menstrual cycles. After treatment with spearmint teas, there was a significant decrease in free testosterone and increase in luteinizing hormone, follicle-stimulating hormone and estradiol. There were no significant decreases in total testosterone or dehydroepiandrostenedione sulphate levels. Spearmint can be an alternative to antiandrogenic treatment for mild hirsutism. Further studies are needed to test the reliability of these results and the availability of spearmint as a drug for hirsutism. --Soy and tea. The only study I found (Soy phytochemicals and tea bioactive components synergistically inhibit androgen-sensitive human prostate tumors in mice.) indicated success in reducing dht with black but not green tea. I have attached the study. Here are some interesting extracts: Combined effects of soy phytochemicals and tea on serum testosterone and DHT concentrations. Mice treated with black tea tended to have a greater serum testosterone concentration (34.4%, P 0.50) and had a 72% lower DHT concentration than controls (P 0.05), suggesting that black tea may contain components that inhibit the activity of 5- reductase, an enzyme that converts testosterone to the more bioactive DHT. Green tea tended to increase serum testosterone and DHT levels by 73.8% (P 0.14) and 194% (P 0.076), respectively. The combination of SPC (Soy extract) and green tea reduced serum levels of DHT (P 0.05). ... Several in vitro and in vivo studies have shown that green and black tea polyphenols have chemopreventive effects on prostate carcinogenesis (16,18,27). Studies of tea polyphenols suggest that epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is the major bioactive component in green tea and less is present in black tea. Black tea also contains other tea polyphenols such as theaflavins and thearubigins (28). Multiple studies also suggest that components in dietary soy have anticarcinogenic effects (Fig. 2D), suggesting that black tea may have bioactive components that inhibit the conversion of testosterone to DHT,presumably via inhibition of 5-reductase in this SCID-LNCaP animal model. It is unclear whether black tea theaflavins, EGCG and/or other components are responsible for this function in vivo. On the other hand, green tea did not reduce the serum levelof DHT, but instead tended to increase it (P 0.076) (Fig.2D), and we found that green tea treatment did not inhibittumor growth (Fig. 1A). Green tea contained more EGCGthan black tea (Table 1), and studies have shown that EGCGinhibits the activity of 5-reductase (38). These results derived from our animal model suggest that, although EGCGmay be a potent antitumor agent in green tea and inhibit5-reducatase activity, green tea contains other constituentsthat may counteract EGCG’s antitumor activity, in part bycounteracting its modulation of 5-reducatase activity. Further research is required to identify these constituents andstudy their effects and/or their interactions with other components on prostate cancer. Our results demonstrate the importance of evaluating the benefit of whole tea products,rather than just isolated tea catechins or EGCG, on prostatecancer prevention because other tea constituents may playimportant roles. Green tea combined with SPC reduced total testosteroneand DHT levels (Fig. 2A, B), suggesting that interactivemodulation of androgen levels is one of the important mechanisms for the synergistic prevention of prostate cancer progression by the soy/green tea combination. This study supportsthe use of appropriate combinations of bioactive dietaryagents, such as soy and tea, as effective nutritional regimens forprostate cancer prevention and treatment. Has anyone has any experience with soy and/or black tea? J. Nutr.-2003-Zhou-516-21.pdf Potency of a Novel Saw Palmetto Ethanol Extract.pdf
  24. Hello all, hope you are well these days My question is simple: How much havoc can I expect DHT to wreak on transplanted follicles? Some say that DHT doesn't affect transplated follicles at all, but I do not see the logic in this as transplanted follicles are also in contact with the blood of the owner just as the original native follicles were and thus should also get into contact with DHT. If it's really true that they are unaffected, why do transplanted follicles thrive and produce when the original ones in the same area died out? If they are affected, how much loss in percent can I expect from the impact of DHT on transplanted follicles? Thx.
  25. decisions2011

    Blood test for DHT level?

    For those who take propecia, have you ever had a blood test to measure your DHT level? Is there even such a test? If it is easy to have this blood test done (via PCP/PMD), would it be adviseable to get a before and after result when restarting propecia? I am thinking of restarting propecia after a 9month break and was thinking it might be useful to have my DHT level tested now and then again when I am back on the medication (if I decide to restart it).
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