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  1. https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/31136-hair-transplant-with-dr-madhu2700-fut/?tab=comments#comment-483232 Following My First HT with Dr Madhu, I have decided to have my procedure with Dr Bhatti. After My initial consultation online, I'm here, in Chandigarh. had a good flight from Dubai, Dr Bhatti had arranged for a pick up and that part couldn't have been smoother. Had a meeting with Dr Bhatti this afternoon. The setup is very impressive, a two story building. Dr Bahtti himself, A very likeable person, you instantly know he is pretty sure of what he says and does! I had planned for 3000 grafts scalp and 500 beard grafts. the plan was to add density to the existing hairline and over the crown. unfortunately, Dr Bhatti said at max he would be able to extract 2200 grafts( on the maximum side). My donor area is not that great and well though that was not what I wanted to hear, thats the fact and I have live with that. The plan is to add density and get a coverage upto the vortex. Probably cover the crown at a future date, after 6 months or later. Im fine with that! SO have the procedure scheduled for tomorrow. Blood test were done and Im trying to relax myself getting ready for the big day! Have heard a lot about the wonderful food ( Dhabas ) in Chandigarh, but, decided to give them a pass! dont want any issues for tomorrow :) will keep you posted, those who would like to know how it went and the overall procedure.
  2. I have been in touch with this 24 year old UK patient for the past year or so and he has kindly asked me to share his 9 month results. His father initially contacted me through this forum and I personally made all the arrangements for him to travel to India and have his hair transplant procedure completed by Dr Tejinder Bhatti. He was an NW3 heading for a NW5, quite aggressive balding for his 24 years. Like many others, he just wanted his hair back before it started to affect his busy lifestyle. So, in late February 2016 he completed an FUE procedure with Dr Bhatti consisting of 2218 grafts to restore his hairline and fill in his mid scalp. He was in India for 6 days post procedure and he managed to tour the whole of Chandigarh, he managed to visit the Golden Temple in Amritsar, he managed to witness the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Ceremony (Michael Palin does a great description on youtube) and he managed to cram in a day and night in Delhi just to round things off. His actual procedure cost was 2,555 pounds sterling (equivalent to approx 3,200 US dollars, 4,300 AUS dollars, 3,000 euros). Including all other costs, his total came to just under 3,500 pounds sterling. Not too bad for a life changing result and a lifetime cultural experience. The patient loved India and India loved him. Here are his before and 9 month after photos.
  3. Hi Guys, Intro: I am 32 years old and have been reading up on this forum for the past 5 years or so but have never posted . Now that i have gone through a HT procedure i would like to post my results for your opinions and will be updating from time to time. I have always had a high forehead since childhood but noticed my hairline receding when i was around 20. I had been wanting to get a HT from the time i was 24 but waited it out since i it was still bearable to me and was not in a great hurry also i dont think that my hairloss was too much at the time and it has been receding very slowly. I have never taken any medicines or ointments to stop hair loss. Anyway after years of reading up on different forums online and doing my research i finally narrowed down to Dr. Tejinder Bhatti at Darling Buds clinic and booked an appointment for the 3rd of February 2016 which is today as i am writing this post from my hotel room after the surgery! Meeting with Dr Bhatti : On meeting Dr Bhatti the evening prior to surgery for consultation he recommended that i go for between 1200-1300 grafts but on my insistence he agreed for 1500 since i think my hairloss rate is acceptable for my age at 32 and wanted the lowest hairline for my HT. I will be going in for my Post procedure wash tomorrow morning and then heading back to delhi in the afternoon . I will keep posting updates on my result so please feel free to give your opinions and any questions u might have!
  4. Dear all, The following video gives a complete walk through in the footsteps of a UK patient's surgery with Dr Tejinder Bhatti at his new purpose built Darling Buds Clinic Hospital in Chandigarh, India. It explains in detail how the transplant is done and the aftercare provided. I hope it will clarify many aspects of our FUE surgery especially for all you new guys and the lurkers amongst us. A special thanks goes out to the patient who happens to be a professional barber from the UK. As always, we will be delighted to answer any questions.
  5. “I’m never going bald”, “No chance of me losing my hair, look at it, it’s like a Lions mane!”, “If I ever lose my hair I’ll just do something about it”, “If I ever lose my hair, there’s bound to be a pill you can take and it’ll just come back”. But when I started to lose it, I started to lose it, the Lions Mane was no more, there was no magic pill and I was going bald, what could I do about it? I was in my mid thirties when the penny dropped, after a little research I started taking Regaine at night massaging it into the scalp, however I was just delaying the inevitable, there was no magic cure as I had thought years back, maybe if I could delay it for a few more years until the magic cure was found. So a little Regaine at night and life carried on as normal. Fast forward five years, my hair definitely was receding or maybe my forehead was just growing, having been blessed with a large forehead anyway, did I need it to grow any bigger? Alas the hair was definitely receding and where it wasn’t receding it was thinning, to my horror I could see my scalp, I could see the scar that I got from being hit with a hockey stick in my school years, I hadn’t seen it for years! The Regaine had done it's bit but was now tired and in the throes of defeat, there had to be another solution until the magic cure was found. Fibres! yes fibres that when sprinkled on the hair make it look more fuller, now that’s what you call magic! So I stopped using Regaine and switched to sprinkling fibres (Nanogen and then onto Caboki) and then spraying with fixing spray, great solution, BUT will only work if you have something to attach the fibres to. So switched to using fibres for the next 3-4 years, no one had a clue what my real hair looked like, not even my closest friends, even when on lads holidays no-one was none the wiser. In fact the only side effect was the wife constantly giving me earache for staining yet another pillowcase! Circa 2013, at the ripe old age of 43, the fibres were running out of hairs to attach to, I was more or less sprinkling the damn things onto my scalp, something had to give, was this the time to shave it all off and join the ever increasing band of Duncan Goodhew lookalikes. Did I have a choice? Maybe, time to turn to my old friend Google. Hair transplants, what is this trickery, is it real or is it just another big internet scam? I know Wayne Rooney (English and Man Utd Footballer) had one done in the Summer but he’s minted and it probably cost in the tens of thousands. So I looked at UK clinics, with one of the largest and more well known, I arranged for a consultation for the FUT procedure. Over the phone I was quoted about ?16,000 but on further research I was a bit weary about having a massive ‘machete attack’ type scar on the back of my head, I probably would keep my hair short so it would have been visible. However at the same time I came across this site and after reading a few posts, in particular a chap from Australia who had the FUE procedure carried out in India for a fraction of the price I was quoted for FUT in the UK. This got me thinking, the place in India, Chandigarh was quite familiar with me, my parents origins were in the villages in the Punjab that were just about 80km away. I had visited Chandigarh previously on a visit to India, it was quite modern compared to the rest of the Punjab, but then again most places are lol. The surgeon who carried out the procedure was Dr Tejinder Bhatti, I searched again on the forum and came across a few more people that had the FUE procedure carried out by him, no one had a bad word to say about him, and in fact everyone praised the whole setup from start to finish. Further research revealed that Dr Bhatti was a pioneer in the field of FUE, he had a host of qualifications and was very well networked. At this point I also searched for any complaints or scams (Sorry Dr Bhatti if you are reading this) but one can’t be too careful these days! I decided to make contact with Dr Bhatti through his clinic Darling Buds. I was surprised how quick the response was and basically this was the same throughout any future contact I made with the Dr Bhatti and his clinic, I always received a response within a couple of hours at the latest. I sent some pictures of my scalp to Dr Bhatti and a realistic photo of what I wanted, at this point I did not want the world, I just did not fancy being bald. Dr Bhatti replied saying the hairline request was realistic, it was type V, I would require about 4000 grafts and that it would take a day. All I had to do was pay a deposit and turn up, I would be picked up from Delhi airport and all hotel arrangements etc would be made. I decided to go with it so promptly paid up my deposit, there was no turning back now, full steam ahead. I didn’t bother meeting up with the UK clinic, I didn’t bother contacting anyone else, I went with my gut instinct that this was the right thing for me to do. It wasn’t until Oct 2014 that I managed to juggle my commitments to have a week free in which to go to India to carry out the procedure, a close friend Mick insisted on coming with me which was great, party on! So I arrived in Delhi on Monday Oct 19th 2014, my procedure was for the following morning, a 7am start. I was fully aware that it would take more or less all day so I guessed it was probably for the best that I was jetlagged to the max so I could sleep through most of it. In any case the next 5 hours on the Roadtrip from Delhi to Chandigarh were not going to be much good for sleep unless you can sleep through extreme turbulence. Dr Bhatti’s driver Sachin was there to meet us at the airport, he explained who he was and took us to the car. On a quick inspection of the car, I did notice there were no scrapes, scratches or dents on the car, this in India is usually a credit to the driver. Turned out Sachin was every bit the driver and more, the guy must have had parking distance sensors built into his head. In another life he would have been an F1 Champ! Great guy as others have also commented. We finally got to Dr Bhatti’s clinic, Darling Buds in Chandigarh about 6 pm for a consultation, a bit weary from the flight and journey. Dr Bhatti was very welcoming, he explained the procedure recommending that I had between 3,000 and 3,500 grafts. He drew the hairline on my forehead which I was happy with, asked if I had any questions or concerns. No concerns so I was ready to rock’n’roll come morning. I went to see the girls in the office; I settled the bill and was given some medication to take overnight. Whilst at the clinic I had a good look around and couldn’t help but be impressed with the general cleanliness and presentation; it would be wrong for me not to mention this as it puts many surgeries and clinics in the UK to shame. We were taken to our hotel by Sachin, booked in and told there would be someone to collect us in the morning at 7.00 am. The hotel was the ABS hotel nearby (5 mins walking distance and special rates at 50% off for Darling Buds clients), it was comfortable and all facilities were nearby with a restaurant and bar on the ground floor in which we went for a curry before popping the pills and retiring for the night. There is already a great review of the hotel already completed by another patient of Dr Bhatti, Raj Bains who had the FUE procedure a day after me. Well worth a read at the links below, http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/177363-hair-transplant-dr-bhatti-oct-14-part-2-procedure.html My Hair Transplant | Free Advice on Hair Transplant The day of the Procedure I got up, showered and washed my hair prior to the procedure. The young chap from the clinic came promptly at 7.00am to pick me up and lead me to the clinic. On arrival at the clinic Dr Bhatti met with me, drew the hairline again to which I agreed and then I was asked to get ready for the days procedure. I changed into the robe, had my hair cut and dyed so that it was easier to carry out the various steps. I then had my hair/scalp washed again with special shampoo to prevent infection etc. Then I was off for the harvesting session which would all be done from the donor area at the back of my head. I had to lay face down in the operating chair, it was comfortable and Dr Bhatti then commenced anesthetising the donor area at the back of my head. I did feel a few needle pricks, but I was fully aware that some discomfort was to be expected, but it wasn’t that bad at all. Once the anaesthetic had kicked in, Dr Bhatti commenced harvesting the grafts using the Punch Tool. Dr Bhatti made it clear that if I felt any pain I should say so and he would apply more anaesthetic. Because of the jetlag I was a bit drowsy during this procedure, on the few occasions I did feel a hint of pain, Dr Bhatti was quick to apply more anaesthetic. The harvesting procedure lasting about 4 hours, it was time to take a break for lunch and then onto the next procedure. Lunch was bought from the downstairs Hot Millions restaurant, a renowned chain specialising in Indian and western cuisine. Dr Bhatti was pleased with the harvesting procedure, once counted the graft/hair count was as follows Singles 713 Doubles 1633 Trebles 959 Total 3305 Grafts Total Hairs 6856 I have looked into this since and in the words of Vader himself, it is "most impressive!" The next stage was to make the slits in the transplant area; again the area was thoroughly numbed first. I felt no pain during this procedure but I will never forget the crunching noise in my head as Dr Bhatti made the slits, (thoughts of an ice pick did go through my head at one stage lol), Dr Bhatti made over 3,000 of these slits, this procedure took a couple of hours. During all procedures I was constantly asked whether I was Ok, whether I needed a break etc. So, onto the final procedure, inserting the grafts into the slits. This procedure was carried out by the skilled techs (Parneet, Tina and Pooja), it was somewhat soothing to hear the female techs chatting away whilst carrying out the procedure, almost therapeutic. This procedure took approximately 4 hours in total, Dr Bhatti would routinely pop in and out to ensure that all was going as planned. I had a break half way through the procedure. During the break I was perfectly well to walk around, talk to my friend who was hanging around and by now had almost perfected the hair consultant role himself after chatting with the numerous visitors to the clinic mostly from abroad. Once the final procedure was complete I was wrapped up and Dr Bhatti gave me instructions on what to do post procedure. I was to return to the clinic the following morning for further instructions on general care including washing the donor area. I would also be given medication for the next 14 days including pain killers. The clinic recommended I took the following medication for the next 6 months (to commence once all scabs etc have fallen out) which I have been doing so religiously since. Minoxidil Foam 5% (every late evening) Finasteride 1mg (1 a day for six months) Revilus Hair Supplement Soflets (1 a day for six months) Baby Oil applied to scalp in mornings All medicines above were as recommended by Dr Bhatti and purchased in India for a fraction of the price in the UK. I couldn’t fault the whole process at all from start to finish, it was a first class service in every way and I sincerely congratulate Dr Bhatti and his staff for providing such an exceptional service. I was in Chandigarh for another 5 nights so I did pop over every other day whilst passing to get my hair washed etc, I was always made to feel most welcome. Also at the end of our stay, Sachin drove us back to Delhi airport. So the procedure was carried out 5 months ago, I thought I would wait to do a review so that the results can be seen in the same post rather than forummers having to come back every month to view. So here are the pics of my results. I would appreciate the thoughts and comments of fellow forummers. Don't really need to say much more, the pics tell the story.........
  6. Dubai Consultations 13th to 18th April 2017 Dear all, I will be in Dubai conducting consultations on behalf of Dr Bhatti on the dates above, if any of you wish to see me then please drop me an email at the address below so we can arrange a mutual time and place. I will be discussing patient hair loss and offering my own recommendations. I will also take relevant pictures so I can further discuss patient options with Dr Bhatti himself. Of course you will also have the opportunity to view my own result nearly two and half years post procedure. I look forward to meeting some of you.
  7. Hey Guys, I've done the right thing here and stopped hijacking other people's threads and created my own! I'm 24 years old, and have been losing my hair since i was 17. I really wanted to get some hair back after losing it at such a young age. This year, after months of research i decided to travel to Chandigarh, India from Sydney, Australia to undertake a hair transplant under Dr Tejinder Bhatti of Darling Buds. I consulted many surgeons, and he seemed the most knowledgeable and experienced. His long list of credentials spoke for itself, and his degree of professionalism influenced my decision. He advised that an FUE transplant was the most appropriate for my goals; so on the 19/06/2012 after a 12 hour procedure, 4000 grafts were transplanted from the back and sides of my scalp to the top and front of scalp to reconstruct the hairline. These are my pre-surgery photos. EDIT: 5/5/2004: All photos added into the first two posts
  8. Hi guys, Introduction I am a 27 year old passive reader of this useful forum for the last two years, and registered a good month ago. At this point, thank you all for being part of this community which imo is the most honestly, undependantly and knowledgeably administrated and moderated over the web, which leads to constructive discussions and an exceptional information level. So special thanks go to Bill, Blake, David, who are leading this forum as conscientoulsy as it is required, thanks go to Spex and Jotronic, but what would this forum be without all the diligent members such as hairthere, pat, spanker, hariri etc. etc. Special greetings to Mickey with whom I agree on almost all his statements. Thanks, mickey, by that, I can sit back and relax here ;-) But now to my story: Even when I was a child, I always had a high hairline, which distressed me subtly all my life. I didn`t recede in my early twenties, but as I had a very stressful phase in my life (family, university), in which I wasn`t able to find sleep at night, eat enough, not to say healthy enough, I noticed hairs in the shower and in my hands when I combed through my hair. I noticed my hairline had been receding, I didn`t know if I had the female line of breeding which would mean I would be NW 6 by the age of thirty, or the male line, which would mean that I slowly would recede to a NW 4 in my fifties, and this distressed me even more, it was a vicious circle;-) I then changed my complete life, worked on my anxiety, changed my alimentation from cigarettes, coffee, pizza and burgers to vegetables, fruits, proteines, chicken, coffee and cigarettes ;-) I also supplement lots of stuff since nearly two years in order to control the loss (multivitamin high dosage, saw palmetto 320 mg, biotine 10 mg, b-vitamins high dosage, 60 mg zinc, 10 g fish oil, black cumin oil). Also the stressful phase came to an end, and since, i completely stopped my hairloss:D. I used to have 10-20 hairs between my fingers when I combed through, now it is literally none! I`ve watched pictures of my male breeding line and realised I have the exact characteristics as my father and grandfather, so that was a huge relief. I`ve always wished to bring my hairline down a bit, and I started researching a long long time, which method, clinics etc etc. It`s been a journey... I had a big limiting factor, and that was money. I am a poor poor student and don`t want to ask my parents for stuff like this, so I tried to find a surgeon that was excellent, but cheap. I knew that this has not be inconsistent with each other, so I reflected a bit on the way to find my surgeon. If I would have had a ton of money, I would have gone with Hasson, Feriduni, Heitmann etc., but it was far out of my reach, so I had to look for the cheapest prices first. How I found Dr. Bhatti: The biggest factor of HT prices simply is the time needed, and where do find the lowest salaries? In India! (please no political discussion; I am not endorsing this!) I found numerous clinics with prices starting from 0,50 USD per Graft for FUE. In India, the surgeons can set the prices so low because of the much lower salaries for the crew, as well as lower taxes. Secondly, they even have to keep the prices low for the majority of clients from India because of the lower average income rate, and for the foreigners to overcome the inhibition to take such a long journey, and also to compensate their higher extra expenses such as visas, flights, hotel etc.. I knew of cheap clinics in Turkey, too, which would have been far more easy to reach, but I heard and read negative experiences, even terrible horror stories about them, and didn`t want to make a lottery game out of my HT. So India was the place to go for me. From the forum posts here and other places, I found out that the best surgeons in India are Madhu, Radha, ****** and Bhatti. Bhatti was the cheapest of them, and also he seemed to be the perfect choice for me anyway: He specializes in FUE only for three years, which was the method I wanted to choose. He also has experience as a plastic surgeon for many many years with great success (I`ve looked up the results of his work), which imo proved his sense for aesthetics, but also his precision skills. Furthermore, I liked the results he shows on his website, so I got in contact with him and was very pleased by his counseling. My journey: After a long conversation and counseling, I finally made an appointment for the 8th of february. I flew from my hometown Munich to Dheli, where I got picked up by a driver organised by the clinic. He didn`t speak any english, but was very nice. On the way to the car, he called the clinic, and handed me over the phone, and I spoke to a nice lady who asked me if my flight had been comfortable, if everything is ok, that I shall tell the driver if I want to stop somewhere or eat sth. etc., so I got comfortable. We did a stop to eat the most delicious food in the world, and after 5 hours we arrived at the hotel "The Altius" in Chandigarh (good place to stay). I was so tired that I fell in my bed immediately, and at 5 p.m. Dr. Bhatti called me and wanted to meet me in the hotel restaurant. We met at 7 p.m. and discussed the upcoming procedure in the lounge area. I was a little anxious about the operation, but Dr. Bhatti was able to dissolve that completely. I also, as he tld me, would be the only patient the next day, so I would have the full attention of him. We then got the attendance of two very nice gentlemen, a friend of Dr. Bhatti and Dr. Hadjri from the emirates, who had been attending the Darling Buds training program. It had been a very delightful evening with an interesting conversation, but I got to bed early as I wanted to be fit for the next day. The next morning, I had breakfast with Dr. Hadjri, whose room was next to mine, and though the appointment at the clinic was scheduled for 9 a.m., Dr. Hadjri chilled and we ate unhurriedly until 9.45 ;-) (Never possible in Germany). Arrived in the clinic, which is quite small (he`ll move to a bigger facility in May I think), but very clean. Dr. Bhatti answered my final questions and we dicussed the hairline design, but I was pleased with his suggestions. I got comfortable clothes and locked up my belongings, then a blood sample was taken (for some major blood counts, and a HIV test) and I got injected a transparent liquid. The nurse did it the most gentle and professional way I ever got injected a needle, but I didn`t know what it was, and I somehow had an irrational concern about my first HIV test in my life, and as I anyway had been so sensitive about the surgery, everything went black and I nearly fainted. How embarrassing The nurses made me lie down in a comfortable position with my legs up, and Dr. Hadjri and Dr. Bhatti appeared immediately. By then, I already had to laugh about my sensitivity, but they told me it was only antibiotics in order to prevent infections. After everything was ok with my blood count, and I was not HIV positive :rolleyes: , I laid down in the surgery, and the doc started by shaving my donor and then numbing it firstly with ice cubes, then by injecting the anaesthetic. I felt nothing but nearly unnoticeable pricking, it was not uncomfortable in any way but a nurse used to knock on my head to distract me from any potential pain. Dr. Bhatti numbed my recipient area and then used a 0,8 mm Safe Scribe to extract 2364 grafts, then, at app. 1.30 p.m., he was done and did the lateral slits with a blade. Then two young ladies took over and placed the grafts with their deft fingers. They chatted and laughed a lot, but I would have intervened if I would have had the impression that they would not focus 100 % on their work. On the opposite, they seemed highly professional, skilled, experienced and concentrated, so I didn`t bother and even enjoyed the procedure in a relaxed atmosphere. Dr. Bhatti constantly supervised the procedure, but seemed very satisfied with the work. We were done at app. 7 p.m., I changed my clothes and then got an extensive briefing on the aftercare for the upcoming days and weeks. I got a ton of after care products, which they boxed for me in a packet, because it would not have fitted in my hand luggage bag. I also got a medical certificate stating that my appearance may be somewhat different from my passport picture. I then payed, as agreed, cash in Euros. As the price is scheduled in Dollars (1,25 per Graft), I also profited by the weak Dollar rate , so I payed about one Euro per Graft, which is just incredibly cheap. (For me app. 2300 Euros) Back in the hotel, I had diner with Dr. Hadjri, and we had an intense conversation about all the world and his brother until my driver came at 2 a.m.. After only two very long and intense days in India I finally took my plane on the 9th at 9 a.m.. On the whole, I payed less than 3500 Euros for the whole journey (visa, flights, taxis, hotel, food, souvenirs, and most importantly the procedure). A few thoughts about Dr. Bhatti: On balance, I am amazed by my experience, the journey, the procedure and namely Dr. Bhatti, who really is one of the best hosts I`ve ever met in my life, who took away my anxiety completely and made me feel comfortable all along. Most importantly, I feel that he is one of the best surgeons to choose for FUE, both small and larger procedures, he seemed to me like a person that is very hands on, dedicated to his work and his patients and who always seeks to improve further, look for innovations etc. In my case, he was kind enough to excise a sebaceous gland that stuck in my recipient area for some years for free, and even unsolicitedly sent the tissue to a lab on his own cost, and provided me with the analysis a few days later. A few weeks ago, Dr. Bhattis possible recommendation here on the HRN was considered, but Bill finally announced that he`ll not gonna make it "this time" because of "concerns" by "some coalition members". I had a conversation with Bill in private about that, because the "concerns" naturally concerned me. Bill finally informed me that the issues that were brought up didn`t concern the results he produces, but in particular the way he promotes himself. These are issues I already noticed myself before making my appointment with him. I realised that some of his statements about FUE/FUT are too onesided. Why does he make statements such as about his alleged 2% transection rate? Everybody that knows a little about FUE knows that it is impossible to produce such a rate. Why does he use terms like "miracle" and suggests in most of his postings that exceptional good results will happen regularly (Post "What to expect 5 months after FUE hair transplant). I think I know the answer: Dr. Bhatti is an excellent surgeon (also Bill quoted that), but he is a businessman, too. I don`t feel that this is condemnable in any way, as long as the patients are satisfied. Furthermore, we have to consider that imho in India, the way products are promoted and advertised in general is far more aggressive and questionable than in the so called "western world". The market in India has to be seen under totally other aspects, so I don`t support some claims he used to make, but I see them completely separate from his personal reputation and foremost his surgical skills. I personally got to know him and I can attest that he is not only a great surgeon, but also a caring and honest character. To get the picture of the ridicoulosly huge difference between promoting HT`s in India compared to the western way to do so, just have a look on this piece: watch?v=8no1OmuXKW8 Now please compare that to the promotional videos of Dr. Bhatti... Indians will fall asleep ;-) See here how absurd the situation is for now: http://www.firstpost.com/living/lies-damned-lies-tall-claims-of-indian-advertising-537069.html http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.kppub.com/articles/may2012/advertisement_and_claims.html He simply finds himself on a market where ridiculous claims are made all the time, and he needs to stay competitive on that particular market. The average indian patient - from whom Dr. Bhattis income depends on a large basis - that is informing himself about Dr. Bhatti is constantly bombarded with ludacris, colorful and screaming promotion by other clinics, promising a full head of hair in every case. By considering all that, I can`t actually blame him for the way he acts, especially if you consider the psychological interdependencies that naturally appear when you are exposed to such a market. I don`t wanna attack the whole indian HT market by that, but I would welcome the indian authorities to go ahead and regulate the accuracy of statements being made in advertisements in general. That said, I would be glad if Dr. Bhatti would accomodate the requirements of this forum in the near future by acclimatizing to the promotional standards, not because I critizise him, but rather because I fully endorse him and would advise everybody looking into having a FUE to go with him. Thanks for your attention, I am currently 10 weeks post op and so far very satisfied. I will update on a monthly basis, or if something unusual happens:eek: Until then, please find my hair loss website with pictures here: Hair Restoration Site for Questionmark
  9. Hello, everyone. So I am done with the procedure and can only be happy with the way things were executed with minimal discomfort. The professionalism and politeness of Dr Bhatti and his team cannot be overlooked. I appreciate the deftness with which the whole procedure was carried out. As the process started, I was given an antibiotic shot and was asked to wait. It was no later that I was called in. Dr Bhatti discussed my goals and drew the hairline which initially I thought was a bit low. However, after giving some thought, I felt satisfied with it. Dr, Bhatti then shaved my head and told me that hairs at the back of my head are pretty thick, that just meant I had a good donor area. I was glad. Soon I was taken to the surgery room and the operation started. There was nowhere I felt the pain, the anaesthesia shots just felt like little pin pricks. The harvesting was done by the doctor himself and the plantation by his team. I was sleepy by the time plantation started and it was a long process. I think I dozed off for a minute or two several times during the plantation period. The procedure ended at around 6:00 pm. The post procedure regimen for the first day was explained to me by Dr Bhatti. I was given a cap to wear outdoors and was told to take utmost care of the grafts as they were very delicate and could fall even if I bend or rubbed my head off against something. Wearing the cap was a tough part as it could take the grafts off. I had some plantation done on the side triangles too and every time I wore the cap, it would rub against the grafts. Had to be very careful. I went to the hotel room and checked the newly created hairline. I was pleased, to say the least! The next day I was called in for a head wash and the care for next 2 weeks was explained to me. The doctor checked the grafts and I asked him if they are intact. He nodded that no graft was disengaged. A sigh of relief! Now is the time to be composed and wait 6 months for the real results. I express my gratitude to Dr Bhatti and his entire team for their work. Thank you for taking out time to read. I hope my posts will be helpful to people considering an HT. I am uploading some pre-op and post-op pictures from the day of surgery, and in the next post I'll share pictures from the second day post procedure. Please offer your critique. Cheers! Graft Count: 1821 Singles: 382 Doubles: 817 Triples: 622
  10. Altius Hotel, Chandigarh India 24/05/2013 1st Day post Operation. Background: Hi, I’m a 30 year old Male from Europe who has been losing his hair since the age of 20. On the Norwood scale, I’m a 5. How did I end up choosing FUE Surgery, then flying to a city in northwest India on my own and undergoing a 2 day procedure for FUE Hair transplant of 4346 Grafts? Let me tell you my story. I’m going to be 100% honest here with you all. In my 20’s like most guys, I have had my ups and downs. good times, bad times in all my area’s in life. From my family, career, making and losing money, to relationships with women, losing friends along the way, travelling and everything in between. By the age of 23, and graduated from University, I knew that my hair was receding, however it was but on the backburner and ignored the until I was 27. Next it was decided it was time to take action, and I started researching more about hair loss. Hours were spent reading about all the types of solutions and crazy gimmicks on the market, including snake oils, and future coming treatments. I spent hours on the forums reading about “amazing breakthroughs” in the future treatments sections, however like most of these, they’re or they were in testing phase, and were never heard of again. The recurring theme was 4-5 years in the future. I was convincing myself to hold off until some topical or treatment or tablet would come available, anxiously refreshing threads, and looking for updates on these breakthroughs. I tried not to think of Hair Transplant as the only alternative, as I guess the cost and thought of going under the knife unsettled me. I read about laser therapies, concealers, and FUT, FUE, SMP, even hair pieces and wigs etc. The only topical that people kept talking about that had any effect was Minoxidil, combined with Finasteride, and so off I went in search of miracles to cure this, and to be honest, both products did help stop or slow down my hair loss. I believe Finasteride after 6-12 months did help stop hair loss, and my hair thickened up in my crown and mid scalp areas. It didn’t reverse the ticking clock, but it helped stop it. I also modified my diet eating better, more exercise, and taking more vitamins and Omega oils, and biotin. During the whole way from my mid 20’s until now, I often spent hours trying to fix a few hairs in my front, or shooting off to the toilet in work worried about my hair, thinking that I was looking stupid, while looking in the mirror. I endured plenty taunting from mates and some digs from women that I was losing my hair on nights out. I'm usually thick skinned, but after years of this, it took its toll on me, and slowly felt it was draining away my self-esteem and confidence in myself. I was beginning to make jokes about it myself, to try and be light hearted as possible about it, but it was eating away at me silently. I always took pride in how I dressed and looked. I take my reputation seriously, and always want to look my best for myself. Feeling good is important for me, as I tend to get sad very easily, it's hard for me to shake off that feeling of feeling down. In recent years I have lost good friends due to cancer and other things, so I’m working on this area of my life too. But hair loss was something I felt I had no control over, and really wanted to do something about it. I felt that fire burning inside me, and decided to follow my gut and just look into FUE and FUT seriously… to make a decision…for me for once. My friends said I looked fine, “shave it off man, don’t worry about it…” But I can’t. Unless you're going through Hair loss, I don't think you should comment. My close friends, and I mean close, we talked and they encouraged me to look into it, "if it makes you happier, then do it!" That meant a lot, and I discussed with my family, the pro's and con's, my thoughts and worries. Like everything in life, they supported me, and said “if this makes you happier, then go for it!” I would get jealous of all the cool hairstyles that guys would be showing off on a night out, while I was trying my best with a silly little comb over. Research: So how did I end up going to India to the Darling Buds Clinic and choosing Dr Tejinder Bhatti for my FUE Procedure? Well as mentioned before, the process began about 4 years ago. I kept an eye on the patients and doctors results pages on various websites, and was highly impressed on the results of patient’s suffering from Hair loss. Both FUT and FUE results looked amazing, however I wasn’t sure what would suit me best. I didn’t really know where to start, so I kept on reading silently at night about different cases, good Doctors, and methods used. I remember reading about Hasson and Wong first, and also the amazing Dr Feriduni and Dr Shapiro, Dr Radha, and Dr Pathomvanich in Thailand. I researched what was available in my own country in Europe, UK, Belgium, Turkey, Spain, Italy and read about another infamous heavy advertised clinic, who were running an aggressive campaign for FUE. I read about the amazing work of Dr Lorenzo, Dr De Reyes, and also Dr Koray Erdogan, Dr Hakan Dogany, Dr Emisroy, and Dr Radha, Dr Rahal, Dr Bisanga. Firstly back in 2009 I contacted a well known heavy advertised UK based clinic, and they got back to me after 1 week with an estimation of cost, and were looking for a deposit for a consultation. This put me off, and also their aggressive advertising campaign. So for months after they rang me in work looking to speak to me, and sending SMS’s and Emails to my inbox, when I asked them to stop. To this day, I receive the odd email, even though I have “unsubscribed” and blocked them. I read lots of online reviews of this clinic, and wasn't impressed with patient’s results, and their patient’s negative experiences with them. So I parked HT, and stopped contacting anyone until January 2013. During 2012, I was researching all the best Dr’s in the world, however I had a big limiting factor, and that was money. I’m in the process of buying a house, and a few other things, so I didn’t want to get myself into debt, and rush a decision over cost and pricing myself out of a procedure, but I tried to find a surgeon that was excellent in his work quality, but reasonably priced. Not easy in today’s market. So I patiently saved as much as I can in the last few years minus travelling etc. I wanted to start in Europe, and knew of the great Dr’s performing surgery there. I contacted Dr Koray Erdogan, Dr Hakan Dogany, and Dr Emisroy in Turkey. I was surprised that Dr Emisroy and Dr Dogany both didn’t think I was a good candidate for FUE, based only on the photo’s I sent them. I didn’t hear back when I replied with questions on why I wasn’t a good candidate, so I sadly moved on. Next I tried Dr Erdogan. Initially he replied and requested more photos, and I happily obliged. I didn’t hear back from him, and tried again for an update, no reply. This surprised me, as I know all 3 Doctors produce very good results, and have excellent reputations in Turkey and Europe. Maybe FUE wasn't for me I kept saying to myself. Now the reason I choose FUE was simple. I didn't want a linear scar on my head from FUT. I know good Dr’s can have almost no visible scar after a few months, but that’s not a guarantee. I was sceptical and didn’t want a bad FUT Scar. I contacted Dr Pathomvanich, as I have been to Thailand before, and loved it. Again, I contacted his clinic, sent photos and again no reply. Just my luck. So next I contacted Hasson and Wong, and they replied swiftly and professionally as expected. I was very impressed with them, and they gave me an estimation of costs, 4500 -5000 grafts via FUT and good detailed outline of the procedure. This was for FUT though, and that voice in my gut kept saying no no NO! Unless i'm comfortable with a decision, i won't go through with it. I sat on this for a while, and continued my research going into 2013. At the start of this year, I began to feel the urge to do something in 2013, as all this talk was having no action. FUE kept beating in the back of my mind, and I decided that dreams become reality through action. I was turning 30, and my hairline wasn’t looking like it did in 2009 anymore. I always had high forehead, and I didn't want to lower it by much. My plan was to fill in my front with high density, and mid scalp medium density, and crown medium, for a mature look. I knew that FUE rates are generally higher than FUT rates, but with a limited budget, which shouldn’t be the reason you go for a cheap surgeon, I wanted the best with what I could afford. FUE I read was limited compared to FUT in realtion to donor density, as I wouldn't get the same yield, and what happens if I need more in the future, do I have enough donor Hair left? Transection results? What even FUE scarring on my Donor area post op? These things scared me, and was it worth the risk? How about a Body Hair Transplant that could work? More research, and I started looking east again. I looked at Hair Transplants in India, and saw the work Dr Radha and Dr Bhatti, that were producing great FUT and FUE, at excellent rates, at great quality. I started with Dr Bhatti, and was highly impressed with how quick he responded to all my queries, no matter how small, stupid, or long, he gave me detailed explanations, and put no pressure on me in relation to deposits and money. I explained to him my story, what I hoped to achieve, and what his recommendations were. From the photos I sent him at the start, he recommended I would need around 5000-5500 grafts, he outlined the following over 2 sessions 12 months apart. 1. Scalp grafts- 2500-3000 2. Beard grafts- 450 3. Chest grafts, 800 4. Underarms (axilla)- 200 I was a little reluctant on the amount of BHT being used, especially underarms so we setup an online consultation via Skype. We chatted for a long time, where he examined my hair line, and checked my density. Chatted about what was possible, and what I wanted. I knew this wasn't as good as meeting in person, but from that assessment he said we could manage about 3000-3500 FUE from the Donor area, and up to 1500 BHT. I felt very comfortable after talking to him, and my mind was at ease. We were realistic about what was possible, and I said I didn't expect to have hair like when I was 19, and he agreed that with this much FUE for now, it would be more than good, and help me achieve my desired outcome. He said we could always touch up in the future , dependant on my donor density. I thought about it for a while, slept on it for a few weeks and then decided why not. I read very good detailed reviews of patients that visited him, and spoke to some of them, and saw their results, even from my own country, and they had nothing but good things to say about this gentleman. I had a good feeling, and decided to choose this Dr as my surgeon for the FUE restoration. Pre-Procedure: In order to go to Chandigarh in India, a few things needed to be planned. :confused: I was concerned about the surgery, in a good way, but also what happens if something goes wrong? I'm very far from home, so I outlined what needed to get done, as this would be the beginning, this life changing journey. Travel: I planned to arrive in Delhi India on the 21st of May, and asked to get a taxi pickup from Delhi to Chandigarh, to bring me to the hotel Altius near the clinic. This journey took about 7 hours by car! The traffic was terrible in Delhi, and it was 11am when I arrived off the plane from London, after an 8.5 hour flight, outside the airport, we were stuck in a traffic jam. Nothing to do but wait. So if you are thinking about coming to India, I would recommend in getting a flight direct from Delhi to Chandigarh and ask Dr Bhatti for someone to collect you from the airport there. The hotel from where I'm staying is near the airport (10 minutes). On my return leg, I flyed direct from Chandigarh to Delhi, then from Delhi home to Europe. Flights are cheap, I used skyscanner to check flights costs etc. Accommodation: I stayed at the Altius hotel near the clinic. Dr Bhatti helped me book this hotel, and I received a discount. Quite reasonable, 6 nights for €200. I stayed in a big double room en suite, free wi-fi and big screen TV and more importantly…AIR CON! It was a nice spacious quite room, with excellent pillows etc for postoperative care. Room was quite, and I slept well and comfortable. I ordered room service for breakfast and lunch, as I was a little bothered going out with all the bandages and a swelled head…no pun intended! Dr Bhatti sent me a list of all good hotels and rates available, but I guess from reading on the forums and tripadvisor etc Altius stood out a mile, and was reasonably priced compared to Europe. He hasn’t moved to his new clinic yet, which will be in the start of June. It’s very hot in Chandigarh, so check weather, and dress appropriately when you visit. Don't bring heavy clothes and coats. I recommend light shirts, as you don’t want to upset your grafts by wearing T-Shirts, when dressing. VISA: I secured my Tourist visa at the local Indian embassy in Europe. It cost €50, and took a week. No hassle. Downloaded forms from Embassy website, filled them in, passport photographs, and passport. Gave it to them, and collected it a week later. No questions asked. Procedure Dates: My procedure was scheduled for the 22nd and 23rd of May. Leave: I took up to 2 1/2 weeks leave from Work, and returned to work on the 5th June. Transport: Dr Bhatti supplied me a taxi driver who collected me every morning from the hotel to the clinic and back. Even post op, driver collected me to get my hair washed, and tomorrow again for taking off my bandages in my Donor area for the last time. He will bring me to the airport once all is finished. All included in the price. Day 1 of the Procedure We started proceedings at 7:30 am on Wednesday 22 May at the Darling Buds Clinic. There was no issue to get there from the hotel by taxi (booked by hotel) and the same taxi driver was there to collect me. He was very polite and mannerly, and answered my questions. When I arrived, all the staff gave me a warm welcome, and out of nowhere came Dr Bhatti himself, who gave me a strong handshake and welcomed me to his clinic. We sat down together and I immediately had a consultation with Dr Bhatti and it felt really good to finally meet him in person, he asked me my expectations, and we drew out the hair line as I thought would suit me, and to my surprise he agreed, of course making a few small alterations. But I listened, shut my mouth and let the man speak and listen to his advice. This is very important step, so make sure you are realistic about your hairline, I’m 30, so I like having a mature hairline at my age, and Dr Bhatti went through this 2 more times before the operation to make sure I was happy with the hairline, and showed me the mirror plenty times to rest my concerns. He was impressed with my density in the donor area, and estimated a high yield. He wasn’t 100% sure just yet how much grafts yet, but estimated between 3500-4500 including BHT (Beard and Chest) He was not rushed, even though he was busy that day, and willing to take his time to answer any to all of my questions. I had plenty of questions in relation to grafting BHT, and told him I didn’t want underarm hair, which he agreed we wouldn’t need due to my high donor density. I asked about the hair line, and talked about Zig/Zag and natural looking, which is what I wanted. I asked where he was going to focus the grafts, and he said high in the frontal section, medium in the mid scalp (and possible more in the future) and high in the Crown to lower scalp. I have existing hair, and when it grows out, it’s not too bad. We talked about future hair loss, current treatments, other FUE and FUT Dr’s, whose work he admired, and he was honest in saying in 12 months – 18 months we could look into further work pending remaining grafts in Donor area, and the results of this procedure. However, I would be very satisfied with the results in the meantime. We had a general chat about life, families, work etc. and had plenty cups of coffee. Once ready it was time to get down to business. 8.30am Donor Extraction I was prepared for surgery by his staff, which I have to say where very friendly and always smiling. The washed my hair first, and Dr Bhatti shaved my head. There wasn’t much to shave anyways lol! We joked a lot through the whole procedure, and I appreciated this. We are all human after all. Of course, I ran my hands through my hair after the first hair wash, and Dr Bhatti made his staff do it again, as he is strict on hygiene, and he gave me a look only your mother could. I received a blood test for infectious diseases and HIV as well as my blood chemistry (clotting time etc...) All clear  The gown went on, and put my personal belongings in a safe with my own private code. Small things like this made me relax more. I got the admin side of things sorted, checked all forms, and Dr Bhatti took some photos, and measurements before proceeding. The nurse gave me an Antibiotic injection, and the needle was inserted into my left hand, and secured. Now I hate needles, but she was very gentle, and made me feel at ease. Thank you! First up was the extraction of grafts from the donor area. I had the back of my head numbed with Ice, before Dr Bhatti prepared the Anaesthetic. There was another Doctor there on the 1st day, who was observing and learning from Dr Bhatti. Dr Bhatti explained to him my backstory, goals, safe donor zone, which he explained, and harvesting correctly. It’s funny listening to your story being told between Doctors’. This made me feel I was in good hands, and I relaxed. Dr Bhatti’s assistant would tap on my head while inserting the needles which was a great distraction during this process. I was very impressed that all staff, as their so clean, and everything was sterile. Always washing their hands, and using new rubber gloves. He showed me the Harris punch tool, sizes, and also explained one last time the procedure to me, my hairline, and asked was I ok. Once numbed up after a few minutes, I did not feel a thing and the harvesting of the grafts by Dr Bhatti began. I could hear the tool drilling away, and all his staff were talking with him during the process. He spoke to the trainee Dr about the safe zone, and where to avoid, and also the correct method in extraction. The young Dr listened carefully, as they discussed the Harris tool, and other details. All the time he asked if I felt any pain, and if I did, he gave me a small dose of anaesthetic in that area he was working on. He told me I had lots of triples and doubles and said I had very good density. Of course I asked how much he could get, and he laughed, but said today hopefully 2500- 3000 Grafts from the Donor area. He only harvested in the end 2810 Grafts from 2/3 of my Donor area, from the right hand side, to the back of my scalp. He proposed on the first day of the procedure we graft this much from scalp, and the remaining from the Beard area. This made me happy, as I knew what was happening. I was lying on my stomach, and my head in hole, which was funny in its own peculiar way. Dr Bhatti was asking me what I was laughing at, and I told him all his female staff have pretty painted toe nails, as they were wearing thongs. He laughed and translated it to the young nurses, to which they all giggled and smiled when I looked at them. I even told Dr Bhatti he had nice nails too The donor extraction process took about 2 hours, and next we had a break. Dr Bhatti and I sat down, spoke more of what was going to be done, had coffee, and I could see my grafts were all safe in their Petri dishes. Next I would be getting my beard grafts taken. Dr Bhatti told me I had about 2810 grafts taken from 2/3 of my Donor area, and he said I had an average to high Density which he was happy with. So back to work, I sat down on the surgery table, and back to numbing this time the beard area, I found this a little unpleasant, especially the needle inserting the anaesthetic, but hung in there. Dr Bhatti did his best to make this as painless and as quick as possible. Once complete, I sat there for a few minutes to let the numbness sink in, and it was ready for extraction. This didn't take too long, and I guess it was finished by 1.30pm. I found it a little sore when extracting some beard hair from the Jawline, as it’s close to the bone. But it was bearable, and with more anaesthetic it was fine. They bandaged up my donor area carefully, and it was lunch time. 1.30pm – 2.00pm Lunch time. I had a delicious Rarra Chicken and delicious Roti bread, and some water. 2.00pm – 6.30pm Donor Implantation Dr Bhatti told me they got about 550 Beard grafts which made me happy, and said I had plenty left for tomorrow. Today we would focus the 2800 Scalp Grafts and 550 Beard grafts on the Frontal and mid scalp. Tomorrow the 1/3 scalp area on the left side would be used for the crown. He hoped to get about 1000 grafts from this area, and possible chest hairs, if required. I moved to a surgery chair, and Dr Bhatti took out his puncher, and made the slits to receive the implanted grafts. I found this process strangely satisfying, as I knew this is where my new hair will be going. Imagining in my head the outcome. Only the singles are placed in the front 1-2 rows. The 2s and 3s are distributed evenly. The following was the graft count from the Donor area- Singles (all beard were also singles)- 389 Doubles- 1701 Triples- 1704 Total: 3794 Harris punches used- 0.75 and 0.85 mm size. System used Safe Scribe by Harris There was no discomfort during this process however it was long, and we took a break mid-way for some refreshments. After the slits were made his beautiful technicians, began the process of implanting the new grafts into the slits made by Dr Bhatti. Dr Bhatti regularly checked them and make sure they were doing everything correctly, and they were very gentle and professional. They checked if I was comfortable, when I needed to adjust my sitting position or if I was thirsty etc. The team who works with Dr Bhatti are excellent. Very professional, diligent, and hardworking and caring. I was impressed as mentioned before how clean, and hygienic everything was, and also how they all worked well together. They talked to me during the procedure, but not too much to take their eyes off their work. They were very friendly with me, and I relaxed as they diligently worked away. It was a long procedure, and finished around 6.30pm. I was cleaned up, my donor area was dressed again and given all the necessary medications, sprays and instructions over the next 24hrs. I collected my personal belongings, and paid for my first day’s procedure, which was very reasonable. The made sure I put my cap on correctly so I don’t damage my grafts, it was disinfected properly, and I had to spray the saline solution every 20 minutes for the first 2 days onto my scalp. A taxi was arranged and I went back to the hotel to recover. When I got home, I was tired, and wanted to have something to eat and go to bed. I firstly skyped home, and told him I was ok, and the procedure went well. Feeling a little groggy from tiredness, and my head had a little swelling around my forehead and eyes, that night I carefully made sure I slept in the correct position, and put a special towel on my pillow to rest my head on, to make sure I don’t lose any grafts. I slept about 7 hours. Procedure Day 2 23/5/13 I slept well, and had my breakfast around 9.00am, and took photos of my hair line as included. The following day I went into the clinic at 11am, and went through the same process again. The nurses changed all my dressings, and Dr Bhatti checked to make sure all was ok. The bandaged up my Donor area’s again, and it was time to get through my final day. So Dr Bhatti checked my last Donor Area, and estimated again about 1000 grafts, and said once they were planted in my crown, he would assess if I needed chest grafts or not. I left it in their hands, and by the time the Donor Extraction of the scalp was complete by 4.30pm and, and inserted into my crown, Dr Bhatti said I didn’t require anymore grafts and we can leave the chest hair alone at this time. I asked him why, and he said you shouldn’t put in more than required. After 12-18 months we can re-assess things. He said I should receive an excellent and satisfied result from 4340 grafts and we can look at the mid scalp in the future. He advised for now to continue using minoxidil and Finastride, and maintain what I have, however, it’s inevitable the old hair will fall out eventually, if not maintained. Once again, I was bandaged up, cleaned and the young technicians were all smiling and taking photos near me. He was kind enough to oblige me for some photos with him and his staff before I said my farewells and left. I paid up, and smiled the whole way home, and was satisfied with my experience and hopefully my results. Now the real journey would begin…. 24/05/13 I arrived today at 10am, and my dressing on the donor area was changed and I had a light shampoo of the transplant area and was shown how to do this myself going forward. We went through all the post op instructions again and I was given all the additional supplies and written instructions on post op care over the coming weeks. I had some further chats with Dr Bhatti about my result and other topics. I purchased some Biotin and Finastride and Minoxidil Foam, all very reasonably priced compared to western prices. Dr Bhatti also gave me a medical clearance letter, just in case security are asking what happened to my head. 25/05/13 I arrived at 11.00am and got all my dressings changed for one final time, and then said my goodbyes to all the wonderful staff in the Darling Buds Clinic in Chandigarh. I have to say it has been a very positive experience, and will miss Dr Bhatti and his staff. 27/05/13 Going home I was scheduled to flying home Monday the 27th, and will rest at home until it’s time to return to work. I have received a detailed post-surgery maintenance plan received from the Clinic in relation to the next 2-4 weeks post procedure. I left the hotel at 6.30am, where Dr Bhatti had arranged a taxi for me to Chandigarh airport. The flight took 1 hour, and then waited until 1.00pm for my 8.5 hour flight home. I had to remove my hat going through customs, however a quick look and inspection I was moved along. This also happened in London, to customs amusement. Hey I won’t see these guys again, so it didn’t bother me. Thank you Dr Bhatti, and all your wonderful staff. I will keep this blog up to date as often as I can, and answer as many questions as best I can. I’m no expert, and these are entirely my own opinions and thoughts. Attached are photos of my pre operation photos. April 2013 - May 24th
  11. This young Caucasian male received 3000 FUE grafts in a single day 10 hour session. All the harvesting was done by the doctor. The result shown is after 7 months elapsed post procedure.
  12. This Caucasian male underwent a single day session for 4050 FUE grafts. All harvesting was done by the doctor himself. The pictures show the preop, perop and postop condition after a span of just 3 months. This early pleasing result is due to the fact that with FUE the doctor can select the follicular units that are in full bloom (anagen phase follicles only). These grow early, since they are resistant to shock, dessication and handling. The results are most pleasing. FUT surgeons even when they decry FUE technique have no logical rebuttal to selective anagen transplant. Darling Buds hair transplant clinic at Chandigarh, India does one of the largest FUE hair transplants with effective results case after case.
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