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  1. I got back to London from the mixed FUE and body hair operation with Dr Villnow a few days ago and I am very happy with the result. The surgeon was amazing and the staff were super professional. It was also a really plush and comfortable place to stay and...the price was great!! This was a big operation for me because it was the first time I'd got body hair grafts. I started this whole journey as a Norwood 5 going on Norwood 6. Dr De Reys in Belgium did some great FUE-only work for me, putting in 5000 grafts over two operations. His work was great and here are some photos from that operation: Now you can see that it's already been a huge transformation from near-complete baldy to pretty good head of hair although you can also see on those third and fourth pictures how thin it is at the back and along the sides of my head. On the fourth picture you can definitely see the lack of density at the back. I'd let the hair grow extra, extra long before I took those pictures so although the overall result was great and looks pretty fine after a hairdresser has worked with it, when it's grown out you can see there were still some gaps along the back of the head and the sides that could be seen. Now I was Norwood 5/6 so respect to Dr De Reys but it was always going to be tough to fill up such a massive space. 5000 grafts is not enough and it looks to me like over 95% did grow through as well. Now I knew I wanted a lower hairline. Up to now I kind of let it grow and combed my hair forward to cover the high temples, not ideal but a massive improvement on doing a combover at the back of my head like Mr Magoo! Anyway, to cut a long story short, I went back to Dr De Reys and asked him if he could do anything else for me. He said I had some grafts left but I'd have to choose between boosting the back of the head or doing the temples - I didn't have enough grafts left to do both. Now, I'd heard about body hair grafts from reading up on the forums and so that was my next question - could I double up (or more!) by taking some of the hairs from my chest or my chin? Unfortunately, Dr De Reys said he didn't do body hair grafts at all because the operation was much harder and took much longer. He said it would take him more than a day to get 500 body hair grafts because they're much harder to extract - and also loads of body hair grafts end up being unusable so you get far fewer grafts in the end. Also his operation setup, with his wife, the nurse meant it was just too much work for them to do. Bummer! So I'd more or less lost hope when Nick, Dr De Rey's rep piped up and reckoned he knew a very experienced surgeon who could do FUE and body hair -at a good price. The guy's name is Dr Villnow and his clinic is alos in Belgium and he's got one in Germany too. Now I know nick gave me some great advice in the past so I decided to get a consult and see this guy. Turns out, Villnow is some kind of celebrity doctor in Germany who's famous for treating footballers and he's always on tv or in the paper there. I thought he might be really expensive but Nick says he'll charge the same price as Dr De Reys charges. For 1500 grafts it's around 4000 euros which is still really, really good value - amazing price for a top European surgeon. For 3000 grafts it goes down to 7000 euros but i know I haven't got 3000 grafts left So I asked Nick why the guy doesn't charge more and Nick says he's got two clinics, one in Belgium and one in Germany and he does two operations every day so his prices are lower. That was a shock at first. I knew how long it took for Dr De Reys to do an op - it took like till 9 in the evening one day so I ask him, how can he do 2 operations a day, doesn't he get exhausted? nick says the guy works with a team so he doesn't get exhausted. I suppose that's kind of standard now although I liked the fact that De Reys worked on his own. I like the thought of the surgeon doing all the work. Nick says sure, but that way, it takes a lot longer. The surgeon gets knackered and can get less done in a day. Body hair is out. Anyway, you get the picture, Nick is pretty persuasive so I set up the consult through him. I speak to Dr Villnow's rep whose name is Etienne and in a few weeks, I'm flying over to the clinic in germany. It's in Dusseldorf. Right in the centre. Nice little city with a stream or a canal that goes through the middle. There's a hotel there next to the little river called the Breidenbacker Hoff and that's where Dr Villnow has his clinic, on the side of the building where the hotel is in. I found out later that the hotel and the doc have some arrangement so patients can stay there - in fact the clinic opens right into the hotel with its own door! Dr Villnow is a very, very nice guy in person and very professional and very experienced. Turns out he's been doing hair transplants for more than twice as long as Dr De Reys and he set up his clinic in the early 90s. Reckoned he was one of the first hair transplant doctors in Euroep. I ask why he's not more well-known and he says most of his business comes from Germany, Russia and Saudi Arabia although he has a lot of celebrity customers from the States too. he checks my hair and says I've got about 1500 grafts left in my donor area which he could use to fill out my temples and also fill in the two lines along the top of the head where the density is not so great. He checks my chest and says I've got plenty of grafts there. He says he could take 1000 from my chest and fill out the crown to maximise the density. Now I've emailed a few other surgeons who do body hair and they all had monster waiting lists and I know I don't want to wait till next year or whenever so my last question is, when can we do it. He says, in two weeks!!! He says he had a cancellation although his pro-style operation (he calls himself the hair transplant pro - cos of all the footballers! ) can handle a lot more patients than Dr De Reys so he could have fit me in a month and half later if normal. Great news for me. Good price, done soon, not next year and a top surgeon. I checked his clinic out as well and it is really first class (I got some pics of that later on) It's on! OK, so that's the background, now the bit that counts - the photos! First, when I arrive, I'm staying in the clinic's own in-patient overnight rooms. They are seriously plush! Here's some photos I took: This is the door to the bedroom. This is the couch and bed - you can see it's pretty nice indeedy! This is another photo of the bedroom - that MAc book doesn't come with the room, it's mine! The bathroom was a real highlight Here's another bathroom photo So overall, nice digs, on a level with a posh hotel. And, with a 24 hour nurse on call, pretty safe. The main bonus (for me) was that it's all included in the price - no need to book a hotel anywhere (although I guess if you go with your family you could stay at the main hotel but it looked really proper 5 star to me). I stay there on the first night before the operation and I'm up bright and early the next day. It starts at 8am! Right, so before the operation begins, I hand my camera over to the doctor. His team come in, two ladies and they start to shave my head and then they took some photos. Now this is the first time I'd seen my head shaved since the last operation. Now you can really see the hairline that Dr De Reys constructed. here are the photos: You can see on the last two photos how the hairline is pretty high. Now don't get me wrong, this is a million times better than where it used to be - at the back of my head! So Dr De Reys did fantastic work although he was kind of limited by the number of grafts I had. Still you can see the evidence here. This is quality work from the Belgian bruiser! So what do the smart German scientists have planned? First off Dr Villnow (who is a truly lovely guy, always smiling and joking and also very reassuring) and I discussed the plan. He said there were 1500 grafts left in my head and he would lower the temples and fill in the areas along the side where the density was low. He said on the next day, the body hair grafts would go in. Next he asked if I wanted something to help me sleep. Now I made a bit of an error of judgement here. I remembered that the operation with Dr De Reys was painful in places so I immediately jumped at the chance to have something to make me sleep. The nurses hooked me up to a drip and I got something that pretty much knocked me out straight away. What I didn't realise was that each patient was only allowed to have a certain amount of this stuff and I shoulda kept it in reserve for later in the operation because it was a real ace in the hand. It knocked me out straight away and I slept through the extraction and the part where the doctor makes slits in your head to put the grafts in - I slept through like two thirds of the operation. The first day sailed by but thinking back, I think oughta have saved the drip for the second day - the body hair part. More on that later. Anyway whilst I was floating around the city happily in my little dream world, the doc took the camera and did the extractions. I was well away within 5 minutes so I remember none of this. Nor do I remember him making the incisions. Luckily they took photos and here they are: OK, that's a bit gruesome but remember - I didn't take theses photos! In this part he took out the 1500 scalp hair grafts - and I didn't notice a thing! Now the next set of photos are really interesting. It's where the doc marked out the areas where the grafts (including the plan for the body hairs) are going to go in. His job now was to cut the incisions in the head. Here's the photos: So you can see the doc's plan. Pretty comprehensive way to sort out the low density spots. I reckon the second and third photos there are best. You can really see his plan for how the new temples will turn out. Much more natural than the far back ones I had. Now here's a photo from after the incisions were done: NOw it's probably not a surprise to you that I didn't take this photo either so the thing is, I can't tell if there grafts are in there already or not. Or if this is just a photo after the incisions were made. You guys see it? Either way, you can really see where the grafts went in on the next set of photos which were from day 2 - body hair day! But before we go on, I just want to say what time we finished the day - 3pm! It was all done, extraction, incision and implants within 7 hours. This was a shock because I'd had 10, 11 hour days with Dr De Reys. The main thing was the team working in twos were able to do twice the work in the same time. At the end, I was buzzing - it was so smooth and so fast. I hardly noticed a thing. If I'd been having just FUE scalp then this would have been a total breeze, like no pain at all (ok I think you know where I'm going with this story... ) So here's the photos from the next day early in the morning - we started at 8 again. Bit bloody cos the scabs have started to form although on that last photo you can see where the body hair grafts are gonna go. Now back to my error of judgement. Thinking I was smart, I ask for the drip again and I got it again. But because the doc needs to make sure you're not going to walk away an addict or something, the amount he can give you over the whole two days is limited. So if I'da held off on the first day (and just relied on the local anaesthetic only that you get anyway which is injected into your head), I coulda got more on the second and it turned out - I'd need it! Body hair extraction is a completely different number to scalp hair. First off, you need a ton more anaesthetic because if you think about it, the chest is much, much bigger than the back of your head - right? Secondly it turns out that not all chest hairs can be used. My hairs go curly under the skin so not all the grafts are usable. More have to be extracted than can be used in the end so this makes the extraction into a monster marathon compared to normal scalp FUE. Even with two technicians doing the extraction (both of them were clearly very, very experienced at doing it - like they'd done it thousands of times - they just went right at it). Even with two it took till 1.30 pm and we'd got 850 grafts. Now I'm a tough guy, I can handle pain but at that point, I was done. I wish I coulda slept through it like I had on day 1 but even though the plan was to take out 1000 body hair grafts (which the doc said I definitely had in me), I stopped it at 850. It wasn't cos the extraction was too painful (although it's definitely not pleasant) but I just couldn't lie there any longer (had troubles with my back in the past and it couldn't go on). The technicians said they couldn't keep the grafts stored in the plasma blood solution for much longer and they needed to be put in. So I made a decision just to stop right there. The doc was disappointed and I'm hoping I'm not going to regret it but 850 is all we got - still a mighty feat. So, my tip to you guys who go for body hair - this is not a picnic. This is a long and tough op. Don't do what I did and use up all your magic sleeping medicine on the first day. If I'd slept through it, I think I woulda been fine and got the whole 1000 but it didn't happen. My bad. Anyway, it turns out 850 is still a ton of grafts so here's the next bunch of photos of my chest before the op! And after the op: Wooo! what a day. Glad when it was done! SCalp hair - piece of cake. Body hair - hard! Next step - get my hair washed. Here you can see the final results for the first time: So you can see the 850 grafts are in, the 1500 are in. Still pretty bloody and my head is swollen from the saline in the drip. This doesn't happen to everyone and it goes away in a few days. Still I look a bit like the elephant man and so a bit of time off is called for when I get back. Right so, op done. i fly back to London the next day. I stay in the inpatient room for three nights. I order food to be delivered every night which is also included in the price (so I pig out a bit on burgers and pizza I figure I'm losing blood, right? ). The doctor's staff are some of the friendliest people I've met. The place is as clean as a whistle and the result is looking perfect. Final verdict - this is a top doctor. Right so yesterday I took the day 3 photos and these are going to be the first in a long line that I keep adding to. You can see the swelling is going down and now you can see the result properly. This looks GREAT!!! I'm really excited!!! Now I know these grafts are gonna fall out soon and come back again in a few months but I am very, very happy with this. I know from Dr De Reys that when the hair came back, it was amazing. This time, it's going to be perfect. 7350 grafts, 6500 scalp and 850 body hair = awesome!! Going from NW5/NW6 to NW0/1. All body hair and FUE, no scar - done. ----------------- 5 DAY UPDATES! Now this is a real look into the future! My head is nearly normal (though still a bit swollen) and the scabs aren't really visible anymore and...the grafts are all still there! The rest of my hair has grown back to about the same length as the grafts so this is it! It's the perfect moment after a hair transplant wehn you get to see what the final result will look like - before the grafts start to shed! First though, here's a photo of my chest. Still a few holes but healing real fast, you can see there are scabs mainly on one side and the points on the other side are closing up. Didn't really need to do much with this. Had some Vaseline on it for the first couple of days but didn't do anything after that. Not taking any kind of medication, painkillers or such - nothing. No trouble sleeping. It's a bit sore but nothing major. Funny thing is the scabs are just about visible if all you're wearing is a white tshirt. They look like little bumps. OK, so now here's some photos of my head, you can get a clear view of the way the temple hairline has been moved down here. It's kind of been connected across if you know what I mean? My head is still pretty swollen! Now you can see the hairline from the front. This is an immense improvement!! OK, this is an awesome, awsome result! Just to get it into perspective, here's three pics together. The one on the left is before the first operation, the one in the middle is after Dr De Reys put 5000 grafts in (it's the same picture as the one after I had my head shaved earlir in the journal) and the one on the right is Dr Villnow's new hairline with the temples down. Check it out!! OK, this is a nice photo from the left. Doesn't look so swollen on this side. From the back From the top NOw these two photos are my favourite, just kind of close in so you can really see that hairline. I love the way it's looking now and I can't wait for it to grow through. This is the future for me! So that's it for now! ---------------------- Day 7 Updates!! Right so here we go with the next bunch of photos. This is pretty close to the last lot although now you can really see that my head swelling has gone and....the grafts have started to shed a little! Boo hooo! Here we go: You can see what I mean about the swelling going down really well on this next photo from the side... So now these are the two where you can see the shedding. Can you see it on the top front there? And on this one too, the new grafts are now just starting to fall. OK, that's it for this update! Back soon! -------------------------------- Day 10 Updates! Now at Day 10, I was expecting the transplanted hairs to be shedding and that's definitely happening. The swelling is completely gone and the new grafts are falling out. Here's the first bunch of photos This is where you can start to see the new grafts shedding properly.. It's pretty easy to see on these two photos although I reckon the fact that the rest of the hair is getting longer makes it easier to spot. So just to show how the grafts I've really started to shed, here' a photo of Day 10 vs Day 5. I think you can see it right? ---------------------- ---------------------- Two week updates! OK, the two week mark is here. Got some chest photos for you this time but first the head. All the swelling is now most definitely history although the shedding has defo set in now too. As you can see, there's no shock loss going on! Here's the first set of photos: And here's the big one! The chest! 2 weeks after the OP, the soreness is gone and it's all healing up nicely ) ------------------------ I'll be adding more photos soon (regularly!!) so watch this space. I usually don't check my PMs so just post away below this thread and I'll answer any questions you got. Thanks again to everyone on this forum for their encouragement, especially Matt1978 for your cool, calm advice. Take care guys and watch this space !!
  2. Hello, I previously documented my first transplant in 2013 with Dr De Reys – see link below: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/171535-3000-grafts-dr-de-reys-1-2nd-july.html At the time, I became a bit disillusioned with this website as I felt at times that some of the comments posted about people were too harsh and a little underhand. As such, I deleted my account, but have still been a regular visitor over the years. I see this website as support forum, where people can read about a person’s experiences, see pictures, and then make an informed decision about choosing a particular surgeon or not. As such, this blog is for those considering either Dr De Reys or Dr Reddy. Hair Transplant 2: 1800 grafts over 2 days in June 2014 I decided to take the plunge again to thicken up my front and crown. Other consultations prior to my first surgery suggested (e.g., Feriduni) said I would need more grafts than Dr De Reys estimated, so I always thought I might have to go back to get it thickened up a little. Compared to Transplant 2, Transplant 1 was a walk in the park. I found the whole thing completely excruciating. In my first operation, the only things that hurt where the injections and making the hairline, the rest was fine. Hair transplant 2 was a complete nightmare!! Contrastingly, the injections did not hurt, but everything else did!! I felt every extraction, incision, and implant. All were really painful. The second day was even worse, because my head was so sore from the previous day. I remember we had a break on the second day and I could not face the agony of going back for more time on the “torture bench,” but wanted to get the job finished. Dr De Reys could see that I was in discomfort and did his best to eradicate the pain with medication, but it did not alleviate the pain. He mentioned that people coming back for an operation after 12 months or so can sometimes experience a lot of pain during the procedure. Normally, I have a high threshold for pain, but I would say this is was tough, because it lasted all day and there was no let up. That said, as the procedure was finished, I was pain free again. As I mentioned previously, he is very caring and personable, and I like the set up there, which is a building adapted for operations that includes the surgery room, lounge, bedroom, and kitchen. It is in a really nice quiet town too. I definitely think that Dr De Reys is a person that you can trust, who is not in it for the money and cares for his patients. He regularly e-mailed me for progress reports. I’ve attached some pictures immediately after and some in 2017, which is almost three years after the operation. I must say that immediately after my operation I started taking 1mg of finasteride every day and I am still on the dose now. I previously tried combining finasteride and minoxidil in 2007. Although the results were excellent, I had sexual side effects, so I stopped taking both of them. A few years later, I went back on minoxidil and noticed the same thing again (struggled to sustain an erection on occasions, which had never previously happened). At the time, I did not give this much thought, and I know there is little/no evidence for minoxidil side effects, but anecdotally, it affected me! This time, on just finasteride I have not had any problems whatsoever. In terms of the results, and where I came from, I am happy with the outcome of first two procedures, especially the hairline and the work done at the front. So far, no one guessed I’d had a hair transplant. I still wear fibres in my crown, so decided I would get that thickened up. Initially, I was going to back to Dr De Reys, but came down with a bug on the day I was due to fly out and it coincided with the attack at Brussels airport – I would have flown home that morning. As such, my partner did not want me going back there, so I looked for UK surgeons. I did lose my deposit though, which was a pain.
  3. I previously posted this elsewhere on this site, but thought it would be best here in the FUE section. I returned home yesterday from Belgium after having 3000 grafts with Dr De Reys. I had 1750 grafts to the hairline and 1250 to the crown. Firstly, I would like to say how useful I have found this website in this whole process of undertaking a hair transplant and I hope this blog will be useful to others too. If it were not for this website I would not have found the excellent Dr De Reys – who I cannot recommend highly enough. Before describing my experience of the surgery, I thought I would provide some background information about myself and some consultation experiences, as these may be useful for others too. I am 34-years-old, and in addition to my day job I am a semi-professional rugby player, so having a FUT would not have been an option, due to the amount of time I would have to rest for. With my age I may only have one season playing at this level, so it had to be a FUE transplant. I initially consulted Dr Asim Shahmalak of Crown Clinic in April 2012 – I know he has been widely criticised on this forum, but he has done some good work on a celebrity doctor here in the UK, so thought I would have a consultation with him. To be fair to him, he was very thorough in our consultation. He used a microscopic camera and suggested that my donor area was very good and that I had lots of grafts with 2 and 3 hairs and that I needed 1500 to the hairline and 1500 to the crown. He also said that I would have plenty of grafts for future transplants. After the consultation with Dr Shahmalak I had a meeting with his practice manager, who I found quite pushy. I said I was unsure about whether I wanted a hair transplant and she said “if you didn’t want one, you would not be here.” Something did not feel quite right, so I decided to research other surgeons. In November 2012 I had a consultation with Dr Raghu Reddy, at Selston Cosmetic clinic in Nottingham, where Dr Reddy performs FUEs on weekends. To be honest, I found the consultation process and subsequent contact very poor. As I have previously mentioned, my consultation with Dr Shahmalak was very thorough, whereas Dr Reddy just lifted up the back of my hair and suggested that he would not be able to extract more than 3000 grafts and that he would put 1500 in the crown, but not touch the front and wait until the front of my hair goes and then add another 1500 grafts. I then had additional questions for Dr Reddy, before proceeding, but he did not reply to several e-mails and I could not contact him by phone. I just thought that if I could not get a reply before surgery, what would happen if there was a problem? At this stage, I was very confused as Shahmalak said I had plenty of grafts, whereas Reddy said I didn’t! I thought it was time for a third consultation. I remembered an old saying from a previous coach - "if there is any doubt, there is no doubt." It was time for another consultation. I contacted Dr Feriduni. He suggested that I needed 3000 grafts to the crown and 2000 to the front. I then e-mailed him about concerns I had relating to my donor, based on the Dr Reddy’s comments, and Feriduni asked me to send additional pictures of my donor. He suggested that my donor area was very good and that I would have enough grafts for the this operation and subsequent surgeries. I was very close to booking with Feriduni when I came across a blog on here by William38. I then did some research on Dr De Reys, as I had never heard about him before, and there are plenty of pictures and videos that document his work. I then sent off some pictures and he estimated that I would need 1500 to the hairline and 1500 to the crown. I asked his representative, Nick, many questions and I had a really good feeling about Dr De Reys. I liked the way that he did not have any assistants, other than his wife, and that he only performed one operation per day. I decided to book with Dr De Reys, and in January booked the surgery for the beginning of July. The cost was 7000 euros, which has worked out about ?6000 pounds – would have been cheaper last year, but the pound has weakened. I know there has been a debate on here about how much Dr De Reys charges and that cost should not be a deciding factor in selecting a surgeon. I agree with this. But, in reality all decisions we make are to some extent based on money and value for money. If I was not convinced about his work, I would not have booked with him regardless of how much he charged. This is just my personal opinion. I flew into the airport last Sunday (30th of June) and was met by Dr De Reys, who gave my girlfriend and I a lift to the Hotel Villa Monte. On the Sunday night I had a good meal at La Cita – probably one of the nicest steaks I’ve ever had! Thanks Fitnessjunkie for the recommendation. The hotel was very clean and the staff were friendly. We had a great room at the back of the hotel, which opened out into the back garden, so sat out there on a night. Dr De Reys picked me up at 8 am and took me to his farm house, where he performs the surgeries. There was no messing around – he marked out my front and was very meticulous in designing the hairline and was assisted by his wife Gina. I was feeling very nervous and was offered a tranquiliser. I was only meant to take half a pill, but intended to bit the tablet in half, but it all crumbled to I just swallowed the whole thing! Dr De Reys said it would probably make me sleep. It certainly did that, and much more – I’ll come back to that!! The injections were painful. They iced the area and used a vibrating device, to ease this process and it did help. The extraction process went well. In parts it was painful, but Dr De Reys and his wife could tell when it was hurting and would give me more anaesthetic. To be honest, I was “off my head” due to the tranquiliser. I had quite a few hallucinations in between sleeping on an off. As such, the extractions went very quickly and were done by about 1pm. By this stage, the hallucinations had stopped, but the tranquiliser was still working. Although I was “tripping,” I still felt comfortable and was not concerned about what was going on. Dr De Reys and his wife were constantly monitoring me. We had a short break in the morning – just remembered this – and then a quick lunch, which was very nice, although I was not very hungry at all. At about 1.30 Dr De Reys gave me the injections and the front of my head – these did not seem as painful as those in my donor area. In fact, I was dreading these, but they were fine. The creation of the hairline was quite painful though. I put a film on, but was still out of it and slept on and off for much of the early part of the afternoon. As with the extraction phase, this was painful in places, but by the end of the day my head felt like I had a helmet on and I could not feel that much. You feel that something is being done, and hear it, but it is not painful. I think we finished by 7.30 and was given a meal before being taken back to the hotel, which is less than 5 minutes away. To be honest, the last couple of hours dragged on a little bit, but other than that it seemed to go reasonably quickly. You will see from the day 1 photos, that more grafts were needed to fill in one of the gaps. I slept relatively well after day 1 and was not in any pain - got to sleep fine, but woke at about 5 am. I felt much better at the start of the second day, but still wanted a tranquiliser just to make the day a little easier. I only had half a tablet this time. I slept again on and off throughout the morning. The extraction phase was finished by about 1pm. We had another break for lunch and the gap was filled in at the front, followed by the crown. The last few hours really dragged on and at one point I thought I was at home, but realised that I was not at home, but having a hair transplant - I was gutted! Dr De Reys could tell I’d had enough, after I asked how many grafts were left a few times. I thought at one point he said 150, but he’d said 350! However, he did not rush and made sure every last graft was implanted. Overall, my experience was very positive. Dr De Reys is very patient and everything I’d read about him before booking the surgery was true. He gave me the uppermost care throughout the two long days. I am really pleased with my results too. He said that the results should be good, as I had lots of two and three hair grafts – very few single hair grafts – so I should have decent density. As I write this now – on Thursday 4th of July, the few scabs that I had on my hairline seem to have almost gone from regularly spraying them with the saline solution. Things are a little sore and I am waiting for the swelling to come! I am really pleased with the decision that I made to have the surgery with Dr De Reys and urge others not to be put off by travelling for the right surgeon. I was quite hesitant about doing this, but I think that this should not be an issue as long as you make sure you do thorough research. There are plenty of charlatans out there, but there are also surgeons who can make a really difference and will care about their patients. I will try and take regular photos and upload them on here. Once again, many thanks to all of those on here who have documented their hair transplant stories. I thought it was only right that I do the same, because I think the more people that do this, the less work the poor surgeons will get, and will eventually be put out of business and not have the opportunity to do more damage.
  4. I got back to London from the second procedure with Dr De Reys about a month ago. I'm very happy with the result although I was also very happy with the first operation which I had with him last year. I chose him because I knew he had been the lead surgeon at the Pro Clinic, which is also in Belgium. My overall impression of Dr De Reys? Very professional and very experienced. He seems to be trying to limit the number of clients he has these days. His Rep said I was a Norwood class 5 going on 6. Here are some photos of me before I had anything done: This is straight after the first operation. 3000 grafts put in front and centre. Dr De Reys actually took these photos himself in the clinic. I've been asked a few times about the donor area so I dug up some photos from the day after each operation to see if I had any of the donor area. This is what I had. For Operation 1, I had two reasonable photos of the donor area after the first operation. If you look closely, especially on the one taken from the left side, you can still see small points of blood which formed on top of the tiny holes made during the extraction. I'm afraid I didn't think about snapping the donor area at the time so these are the only two donor area photos that I've got for the first op. Anyway, When I got home, I kept on taking photos and here are some shots after three days. You can still see the crusts (or scabs) on the scalp. At this stage, you're not supposed to touch the hair. This is how it looked after seven days. Now I was allowed to wash my hair using a special Aloe Vera shampoo that Dr De Reys gave me. After 3 months. Here you can see that the transplanted hairs had already started to shed. This is normal and after they had fallen out, they came back again after five or six months. At this stage I'm still using the Aloe Vera shampoo and also applying an Aloe Vera cream in the evening. Before I go on, I have to admit that I cut my hair a few times in the first few months. I'd always had a buzz cut before the first operation to hide my thinning hair. It was an eye-opener growing it in the months before the op because I finally saw how much had gone! Dr De Reys recommended I grow it before the operation but on operating day his nurse cut it back down to grade one. I also have to admit that after three months I let the photos slide a little ...but I also started to let the hair grow out. I still had it cut but now it was at the barber shop! It was great to visit the barber again and get a proper haircut - no need to use the clippers at home anymore. So here are some photos at around eight months, just before I went to see Dr De Reys again for the second op. Now a few days after these photos (at eight months) I went to see Dr De Reys for the second operation. This time I wanted to get the back done and he said I had 2000 grafts still available in the donor area. He also said that the grafts from the first op were not all through yet and he expected the full result to show at twelve months. I'd already decided to add more to my temples, to bring the hairline even more forward. Dr De Reys said it was no problem. He put 350 grafts to fill in the temples a bit more. The rest (1650) he transplanted into the back of my head. Here are the pics he took immediately after the second operation: You can see how he added a little to the temples to move the hairline forward. You can also see that there's absolutely no scarring from the first operation. Here's the result after one week: I've got more photos of the donor area for the second op though. Here you can see the small points of blood much more clearly. These have disappeared completely now and there is no scarring. A week later, the points are already disappearing but still visible. Now I've got some more photos of 1 month post-op (although I'm not on this forum as much so there's always a delay before I post Here are some photos at 2 months after the second operation. From the front, back, left and right first: And now I took some close-ups of the hairline. You can see that the results of the original operation mean I now have to push the hairs back to see the new grafts. At the moment the new grafts are at the shedding phase so they have mostly fallen out. I'll have to wait a few months before they grow back. you can barely see them at the moment. Still, the fact that I now have to push hairs back is a great feeling! Here's another update with the photos at 3 months. You can see the original transplant hairs are really going strong now. It took about 5 months before the hairs from the first transplant showed at all so the hairs from the second operation aren't showing yet. Right, so here's the four month update. As you can see the hairs from the new transplant at the crown are really starting to show. I can't wait for the full results in 12 months! It's five month time (I know it's been longer than that!! Sorry work keeps getting in the way). This time I've pulled the hair back on the right and left so you can see how the extra grafts at the temples are coming through. I'll keep doing this from now on (promise ) OK, it's a bank holiday here so I can finally get round to posting the next update. I'm really, really sorry about not posting sooner but work has been keeping me away from the forum and this time when I look into it I thought WOW! 11,000 views on this thread is awesome!!! I'm definitely going to keep posting up my updates and to kind of make amends for my slackness , I'm going to put up a sneaky preview of how I look right now...but first::: I did the same things again with the photos at the six months mark (after the second operation), with it pulled back so you can see the temple areas that Dr De Reys gave some more attention to in the second operation. He filled them in a bit more with around 250 grafts (in total) and as you can see from the pulled back photos, they have held well and are pretty damn strong!! I also took a photos from the top of the head too.. I've also received a ton of questions since I did this first post so I'm going to try and post some more answers at the end of this thread as they keep coming in. Hope you like this journal and let me know if there's anything else you'd like to see or know! Cheers, Will
  5. Gentlemen and Ladies, My name is Nicholas Baron and I work for Dr De Reys. We are privileged to have been invited for recommendation by this forum and on behalf of the doctor, I will be presenting a number of patient cases in the weeks to come for your attention. Introduction Before I start, I'd like to say thank you to Bill Seemiller who has been our liaison up to now. Although the Doctor has not had much truck with forums in the past, we, at the clinic, are agreed that HRN is the one we wish to list on because it is run in an independent and fair manner, balancing patient discussion with the surgeon's views as well. It provides valuable information for everyone. I would like to state that I have no medical training and so please do not read my words as those of a medical professional. I have worked with Dr De Reys for many years and if you come to us then, in the first instance, you will be speaking to me. I am also always available after the operations at any stage, whether it be two days, one month or ten years, if you have questions. I will try my best to answer any questions you have here on the forum and will refer them to the doctor where necessary although referral may take time since Dr De Reys is often in surgery. I may not be able to answer all of your questions and I apologise now for those I do not have time to answer. The Hairline: Technique We have chosen to focus on the topic of the hair line with our first patient. Dr De Reys' technique involves the use of a manual punch. He has a range of punches although he generally uses a 0.75mm punch most often. The punch size changes depending on the size of the hair grafts that each patient naturally has. Curly hair types, for example, may need a larger punch size. The doctor only uses a manual punch and never uses a drill. This is because he can get a 'feeling' for the actual hair follicles themselves as he is extracting a graft. To explain further, it is important that the sheath around the follicle is intact when it is extracted. By using a manual punch, Dr De Reys can actually 'feel' the sheath as he is extracting and, in this way, he can make micro-adjustments whilst extracting to ensure that the hair follicle is extracted whole. By doing so, he reduces the risk of accidentally cutting a graft in two. Since almost every graft is extracted whole, this improves the final growth rate. Dr De Reys can extract grafts with either a single hair or multiple hairs using this technique. For the hairline, only single-hair grafts are used. The Hairline: Philosophy Dr De Reys does not believe in so-called 'Brad Pitt' hairlines. He is always concerned that patients do not waste grafts. There are three reasons for this approach. Firstly, the number of grafts available in the scalp is always finite. Using too many grafts for a relatively minor operation will prevent you from having the option to use those grafts later down the line once your hair-loss progresses. This is the main reason: to conserve grafts for future procedures. Male pattern baldness is almost always progressive with hair loss starting in your twenties, increasing at 40 and then thinning out much more over 45. For this reason, the doctor avoids using too many grafts as many of our patients return for more grafts as they age. You can hold back hair loss using medications such as Finasteride however if, you wish to stop taking Finasteride for any reason (starting a family, for example), then your hair loss continues from where it left off. Dr De Reys has written a guidance note on Finasteride which I will publish in a future post. The second reason to avoid using too many grafts is the risk of shock loss. If grafts are placed too close together then the blood supply to existing hairs can be affected. This causes existing hairs to fall out. Although shock loss is always temporary, if it happens, it can be uncomfortable for the patient in the first month. Avoiding shock loss is down to the skill of the surgeon at making incisions. For this reason, Dr De Reys performs every single incision for every single patient himself. He has never used technicians with no medical training to perform this key task. He makes every single incision himself. The third reason to avoid using too many grafts is that it looks unnatural. A high density of hair looks normal when you are young however as you age, it starts to look unusual. Low hairlines over 50 look especially odd and for this reason, Dr De Reys is keen to avoid patients having to face questions about whether or not their hair is real once it becomes clear that their hair loss is not following the common sequence of male pattern baldness. Patient Case 1: 2700 Grafts FUE FUE performed on a 36 year-old patient whose temples had receded and whose frontal third had thinned. Hair loss had been stable for three years and had remained at a similar level to the patient's father. The patient's grandfather was a Norwood 2/3. Treatment plan: 2700 grafts were implanted over a two-day operation. For the hairline around 60 Grafts/cm? and behind the hairline 35-40 Grafts/cm?. Day 1: 1300 Grafts Day 2: 1400 Grafts The hairline was restored first using single-hair grafts placed in two, densely-packed rows. The frontal third was densified on the second day using multi-hair grafts that had been extracted using Dr De Reys' manual extraction technique. All grafts were stored using HyperThermosol. The patient was very happy with the result and growth was strong. The hairline result shown below was at three months. We have asked the patient for more pictures. The patient does not take Finasteride and started use of Regaine Foam only after the three month photos were taken. Patient Photos Preop 14 Days Postop 3 months Postop - hairline 3 months Postop - donor
  6. Hi guys Well, when I was about 18 people would joke, like 'You're going bald', and other ill-judged remarks. You see, when I was still 18, I had wild hair, and it was my pride. I had no reason to believe I would ever lose my hair, there is no history of hair loss in my family. Alas, it's happening. Now 21, my hairline has made the dreaded 'M', and the crown is balding. I have reached the point at which I am no longer willing to sacrifice my life, so of course, I am looking for the right surgeon, the right technique, and what my expectations should be. 3 years, and my self-esteem is destroyed. I can only look in the mirror in darkened rooms, so I can delude myself into thinking I still have a full head of hair, and it is unthinkable I'll allow a picture of myself to be taken. My life really is devastated. I was brimming with confidence, perhaps even arrogant, and now I am so insecure that should someone even mention my hair, whatever comment they made will reverberate in my mind for the full day. I understand that many feel people my age shouldn't even be considering a hair transplant, that they should wait until they are older and their condition has progressed into a more predictable paradigm, and so is thus more manageable for the surgeon, but I've lost three years of my life, and I refuse to live in incubation until my youth is gone. It's not that I want to make the choice to have a procedure which could very well fail, and require me in ten years to spend yet another ?5-6000 I don't have repeating the procedure- it's that I have no choice. It's that the choice is between a life of constant misery, unable to interact socially with anyone because I'm crippled by paralysing self-consciousness or a procedure that might just give me my youth back. I'm a law student, and I can't afford to doubt myself. I need to be confident in my appearance and my ability to project an image I want to. I don't want to be the guy that always says 'You know, I really can't go out this weekend, guys, sorry, it's just, uh, I have work I need to do', I need this procedure, and it's a crying shame that it isn't available on the NHS. An instant cure for my depression. That's just a little background I feel I should provide before posing my questions. I feel it's important one understands quite how disaffected I've become as a result of this condition, although I doubt very little that this is at all different to how many of you, too, feel. 1) I'd like to ask, with consideration to how life-chaning this has been for me, whether you believe it is wise, or advisable, to pursue an operation at this point? 2) Due to financial constraints, being a student, it'll be a long time before I have enough money to pay for the procedure, so I ask, do you believe the strip method (as it is the cheaper option) is good enough? 3) Can I expect, if I press the surgeon in this direction, for him to restore my hairline into a low position? I ask this because I know it is generally advised that the hairline be maintained higher, in case of future hair loss. But as I'm sure you all know, the younger the patient, the more demanding they tend to be, as their teen hair is very fresh in their mind. I am no exception to this rule. 4) Do you recommend any surgeon or clinic for which I should be saving? 5) Finally, with such varying before and after pictures, can you all give me an idea of what to expect? Should I expect to have a near fully-restored head of hair, near that of someone my age without this condition, or will I always be noticeably thin on top? Thanks guys, in advance.
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