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  1. Hello all I have just finished my procedure with @Eugenix Hair Sciencesand wanted to give everyone an update of the whole thing. I want to thank everyone at the clinic for their great service from beginning to end, and forgive me if I am not able to mention all the names involved with my procedure. Arrival in India and day before surgery (25th of April 2022) I arrived in Delhi after a very long flight on the early hours of Monday. Airport process took a while but since we had everything correct it was all fine! We were picked up at the airport by a very kind driver from the Hilton hotel. We drove there and immediately went to sleep. A few hours later I woke up and went to have a breakfast. I got a call from the clinic saying hello and wishing to pick me up. Anit, the Eugenix driver came with a luxurious car and collected me, it was a short drive. Maximum 3 minutes. As soon as I was dropped off the clinic I saw Anil waiting for me by the entrance, shook his hand and he escorted me inside the clinic. I might have complimented his hairline once or twice, I told him Ill have what you had! It was a nice feeling arriving at the clinic and feeling expected, especially by people who probably never saw me or texted me before. I felt like everyone wanted to say hello to me, especially being international and flying for so long just for a hair transplant. I sat in the lobby for some minutes and then Dr. Pradeep Sethi came and greeted me. We joked around about bad hairlines and how unnatural some hairs were hanging on the side of my head. We quickly said that these will be removed first thing as soon as the procedure starts. He introduced me to a few people in the clinic and showed me around for a few minutes. Later on a nurse came and took my blood pressure and did some blood tests that will be required for the procedure next day. After that I was finished and left. Later in the evening, I visited the clinic again to meet and chat with Dr. Arika Bansal. We sat down and discussed everything that was needed. The conversation felt much more real and accurate compared to doing it on the video call. She is a very understanding woman, and she quickly understood what looked right and not right on my hair. We examined the donor area and since I had a lot of bad work done from the back she assured me that the thick hairs will allow me to get good coverage without needing to take a lot of grafts. In the original consultation I was told that I might need beard grafts but I later on I understood that I wont need to. This wasn't a problem for me, however it is good to keep beard grafts for any future needs (who knows). About an hour later I met some patients and quickly became friends, since the subject of hair was on everyone's mind! Dr. Pradeep came in the room and said that he wants to take us to his farmhouse for an evening dinner. This was very kind of him! We went there all together, ate, listened to music and then I returned to the hotel. I also met @Yaasar - The Alpha at the farmhouse. Great guy! He is the hairline repair legend at the clinic. He checked on me many times via text messages and took the time to travel just to come and say hello. Also.. thanks to everyone from the forum who showed interest in me. The continued support was much appreciated! Surgery Day 1 (26th of April 2022) If I say something that wasn't accurate or missed any parts that you expected me to say... please forgive me I woke up and had the best breakfast I could. Something that made me full but also something that won't upset my stomach and cause me to stop the procedure to use the bathroom frequently! I was picked up by the clinic and taken there. A small talk was done in a room before going for surgery of what I wanted and what I expected from all of this. They took me in the photography room where we took detailed before photos, they shaved my head and took photos again and started drawing hairlines, temporal points and lines around the donor area where the hair should be taken and where not to be taken. I explained to them to avoid harvesting from areas where there was over harvested from the previous clinic. I was promised that I will have a very balanced graft harvest that will give a balanced look at the back, rather than a patchy one. The doctors said that the back side of my head looked great but I was still advised to avoid having short haircuts due to the circumstances of what was done previously. I completely agreed. Dr. Pradeep Sethi did the final adjustments to my hairline and temple points. We drew everything as conservative as possible! I didn't want to be create new areas and worry they wont grow full. I made sure to fill the hairline with singles and make sure the conservative temple points are as dense as possible, with fine and soft single grafts.. all going with the correct directions. He insisted that I didn't remove all the doubles and unhealthy hairs from the hairline, but instead we would add a number of rows of pure single hair grafts that will be taken from the nape area. We also planned to remove 29 grafts that were hanging in wrong directions on the left side of my scalp. These bothered me for 5 years!! Thank god they are gone. We also drew into the crown area making sure we can plant as many grafts as we could, and blending some grafts into the midscalp as well so that everything will be joint together. Everything was discussed at that point, I got dressed and moved into the operation room. The technicians greeted me and Dr.Priyadarshini Das was also in the room waiting for me and explaining everything that is about to happen. Received Anesthesia and continued. A few minutes later Dr. Pradeep Sethi came to do the slits for my hair line and temple points. He was adamant that he wanted to be the one responsible to give me this new and natural appearance that I always dreamed about. Slits were done in gabs that I had between transplanted hair from previous surgery which will give me a fuller look and then finally the at the back, doing our best to make sure we get a dense packed crown! When the slits were done, he made sure I felt ok and left the room. The removal of the old grafts began and we planted them in mid scalp. I can't remember how long the process was on this day, but definitely not long. Total slit count on that day was 2526. Which at first was about 200-300 short that what I thought I had planned, but they all assured me that it is enough coverage for different parts of my procedure. Surgery Day 2 (27th of April 2022) Again I woke up and took a very healthy breakfast. Today would be the long day. I was already mentally prepared for it. I was picked up and arrived at the clinic. I met Satyam there and had a friendly chat. He was the man who organized a lot of things and made sure I had all the hotel and travel requirements arranged. Dr.Priyadarshini Das was in the room with the technicians and we all had a friendly talk together. Some of the techs that were in the room have been at the clinic for longer than 6 years, which made me very comfortable. The extraction process began. I believe they started with the left side of my back, took out the grafts and planted them in the appropriate recipient area. The same was done for the other side. The nurse that gives me Anesthesia made sure that I tell them anytime that I feel pain that I must tell them to give me a top up of Anesthesia. I was asked if everything was ok more than once! As most people repeatedly say over and over, it is probably the only painful part of everything. It hurts... I have thin skin and I felt it. It was something that only stings for 3 seconds and then nothing at all. They were gentle with me, it was all ok. Another painful part was sitting on my face while they extracted grafts from the central part of the donor area. This wasn't something they can control, it was all down to me. But we did managed to do it with some small intervals while I massage my forehead. As the hours went on, the DHT process began. Out of the back and into the recipient area. I remember there was a moment that made me smile, Dr.Priyadarshini Das was sitting at a short distance from me, wearing her microscopic equipment dissecting my thick grafts into something finer and more natural. I could see a lot of passion and care in that moment. Every step of the procedure, they use microscopes. Extracting... dissecting and implanting. This is why I chose Eugenix. We mentioned a lot of times that when it came to choosing singles we made sure there are no telogens hidden in them! They continued by implanting the singles into my temple points, starting with singles and moving towards doubles as we go further back. The hairline consisted of grafts that were all taken from the nape area as mentioned. Dr. Pradeep Sethi came into the room to check on me, and we did a short talk explaining what we just did so far. They turned on a magnifying camera and showed me half the work done on a big screen. It was AMAZING. We could see how the grafts were all implanted correctly on the temple points, and since the grafts have tiny hairs coming out they give us a small indication that everything will grow naturally and in correct directions. Most of them where flat and backwards and some were going downwards and backwards. We zoomed in on the hairline also. The detail was out of this world. We could spot out all the fine single grafts that were implanted before the thick wall of grafts that I had previously done. We made sure that we did 4 rows of single grafts to give a soft entrance to the hairline! They kept asking me if there was anything I want to watch or listen. I told them all to play music that will make everyone in good spirit. It's not only about me, it was also about them. We were all in this together. There were about 2 or 3 washroom breaks in total and a few stops to drink some fresh Gatorade. I was also happy to get a back massage as well! Dr.Priyadarshini Das said that now it was time to focus completely on the crown area. They designed a natural whirl pattern for me the day before and now it was time to fill it up with the strongest and thickest grafts we can get our hands on! Dr. Arika Bansal came to check on me and made sure everything was fine and that I was happy with the process so far. After the crown was initially done, we added a few more grafts to strengthen the mid scalp and any small gaps that remained in the frontal zone, scattered around as fillers for a fuller result. I believe the whole process on Day 2 was at least 9 hours! I have to thank the team in there, they were all calm and kind, and they never looked like they were fatigue or tired or have an attitude of wanting to finish fast just to get home. They never joked around with each other or messed around with the tv. They were so focused on me, and I enjoyed it when they were telling me on which part of the scalp they are working on, what type of grafts were being implanted and how I'm feeling They all worked like a well oiled machine. Some people might think the day was too long for 2.5k grafts, but then again what is the rush? I was told by Anil that the team never rushes and takes every step of the way the same way as the one before it. This ensures quality, care and both patient and tech/doctor remain in good condition physically and mentally. I was completely behind this. Towards the end of the procedure Dr. Arika Bansal came for a final check on me and made sure everything was fine and that I was happy with how things went. She is a very busy person, I was happy to see the interest in me. She also told me that it is important to get on medication when all of this is done. To prevent continues hair loss and make sure that the existing hairs remain healthy at full potential. She said the clinic will provide me with oral medication to take with me. The surgery finished at 9pm at night. Total graft count was 2526. There was no pain and most of all no messy scalp! Barely any blood patches on my scalp. It was simply the redness that you expect and the fresh implanted graft. Amandeep came into the room in the end and greeted me, after so many WhatsApp conversations it was nice to meet the man who helped me get here. A few minutes later they sat me down in the photography room, took the photos and Dr. Pradeep Sethi came in to have a look at everything. He assured me that they did an excellent job on me and wished me a great result. We also filmed a conversation together with the photographer. I wasn't comfortable with it but talking about hair was easy for me. They assured me that any videos used online with have my face blurred. I appreciated that fact. Dr.Priyadarshini Das came to me again, and took me in a separate room to discuss all the details for the post-OP. This was important to me since all clinics have different approaches. He explained that I will be informed every day about what I should be doing. Each day it was either the same thing or adding something. The medication pills, the forehead massages to prevent swelling and the saline spray for the scalp. The surgical caps, the pillow covers. They also gave me a lovely neck pillow which saved me on the first two nights! I slept peacefully without worrying about brushing my grafts on the bed! Day 3 post surgery (28th of April 2022) On this day the recovery started. Eating.. taking medication.. spraying saline spray.. following all the instructions they gave me and doing nothing but relax. Most of the day was spent in the hotel! I was called to the clinic to have my donor area washed with Betadine and they showed me how to do it by myself. Day 4 post surgery (29th of April 2022) Next day I woke up great. The recipient area was already healing great with the continued use of saline spray and I felt confident to go for a walk around the hotel, did some shopping and ordered a pizza. We took a private taxi and visited some historical sites. Places with greenery and not that many people. I believe the peace and good mental health contributed to a steady recovery. My head was covered with the protective surgical cap the whole time outside and also being in the shade as much as possible. Everything was fine from that point. Spraying the saline solution every hour to keep my scalp clean and moist Day 5 post surgery (30th of April 2022) Once again, easy sleep and woke up feeling good. I did try to hold myself from looking at the mirror every 4 seconds but I did want to make sure everything was still there, looking healthy and undamaged from the night sleep. I also want to add that I've had no itching or urge to touch anything on the scalp. Swelling was also at a minimum, mainly on the lower part of the forehead! Today was the final day in India and we decided to visit the Taj Mahal. It was a long safe driver with a private car, I didn't have to do anything but sit, arrive, small walk and back again. That's all, safe as can be. Later on that evening I was invited to the clinic again, I purchased oral medication and they did a final wash for the donor area. They explained that since I won't be here I will have to be careful doing the 7th day wash of the recipient area myself by following their instructions carefully. Nothing to be worried about! I said my goodbyes to Amandeep, Satyam and Dr. Arika.. and thanked them for their service and said goodbye. Anil called me to say that Dr. Pradeep wanted to invite me over for a dinner, I happily accepted and we drove there. Fantastic food and hospitality. Dr. Pradeep Sethi and the other doctors are all excellent for anyone considering hair restoration. It's that simple. We said goodbye to him and some of the technicians that were also at the farmhouse for dinner! Later on that night I returned to my hotel to try and have a good sleep before my flight the next morning. I would have liked to stay longer, for a more relaxing recovery and a recipient area wash by the clinic but I couldn't afford it. I am now sitting at home recovering. I don't think I missed out of anything crucial, I tried my best to write in detail! All I can say is that I had a good experience and a professional approach when it came to the procedure. If anyone out there is looking for a safe place to go for surgery, consider Eugenix part of your list. I can honestly say you are in good hands with these people and you can trust them. I certainly trusted them, especially with my donor area that was already depleted and I trusted them to give me a natural hairline! Day 6 post surgery (1st of May 2022) Leaving India. Overall I had a good stay and had very minimum complaints, all of which had nothing to do with the clinic! Didn't sleep too much due to having to wake up super early for the flight back home, but the most important thing was that the grafts were safe and intact. The hotel drove me to the airport and flew back home. I've put all my trust into Eugenix and as we know there are a handful of excellent clinics in the world, but I decided to travel a long journey to choose them based on their history with changing peoples lives, natural results and what they can do for my specific case. I look forward to the first 2 months to be over and patiently see the new growth. I know some of you might think the hairline is too low in the photos below.... and the temples can appear quite aggressive. Hairline is 6cm in length which is on the lower side. I tried to make sure the clinic did a conservative job to frame my face. The temple points are also not symmetrical, which I trust that Dr. Pradeep designed it well and hopefully it will grow natural with all the singles that we planted and on the first rows of the hairline! I also believe the extraction was so clean and punch holes are so tiny, that you are now seeing just the mess that was done from turkey... we tried to even it out. Hopefully it grows nicely at the back. If anyone is wondering what that black patchy stuff on my donor area is.. its SMP. PS. I am currently on daily 1mg Finasteride medication That's all for now Photos below: Thanks all, I will keep posting updates!
  2. So my journey started from 16th September .I drove from my hometown to Gurgaon with my Dad and it took me around 4-5 hours to reach there . I booked a different hotel as I wanted my complimentary stay in Hilton to be after the surgery . In evening I was called up my clinic for the postoperative tests for anaesthesia and BP .My BP was a bit on higher side that was 140/80 as I didn’t sleep well the previous day and drove 4-5 hours and was bit tired and I was given one medicine so that I could calm down and sleep well and get ready for the Finale . I was told to reach the clinic by 9am 17th September I reached clinic at sharp 9 am and met Mr Rajat a very friendly guy he gave me a quick info on how’s my surgery going to be by checking my hairline and everything and after like 15-20 min I got chance to meet my Surgeon Dr Priyadarshini Das . She drew a hairline we discussed about it for around 10 mins and estimated 2200 grafts for which and then went for pre-op photo shoot and during that time I just felt that my hairline can be modified as I had other couple of pics which I thought could give a better idea and then I requested one of the staff member to call her back and showed her those pics too and she figured out that my hairline could go a bit lower (a very tiny bit ). After the pre-op photo shoot , head wash and then I went to OT-5 which is just left of entrance .There I met the Anaesthesia lady I just forgot the name exactly I think she was Deepika /Dipti and she gave me Local Anaesthesia and to be honest I don’t felt that much pain because of her speaking to me plus I already had root canal kind of dental issues which made my pain threshold bar to be on upper side and she also praised me on that and I felt happy .In some time my head was numb and then Dr Priyadarshini came and started making slits and in couple of hours I think 900/1200 slits were already made and than we took lunch and I had lunch with my Dad who was really worried as he thought it’s a very risky surgery and there would lot of needles work in head close to brain .But I already convinced him earlier and told them that Eugenix is a very professional and trustworthy clinic and so after the lunch all slits were done . So next crucial period started where the extraction took place by the two technicians and the the two other support staff one for loading grafts and other to pass on the implanter pen , spraying the head along with the anaesthesia lady . I think anaesthesia on the back side hurts more than on the frontal part . So whatever phase that was it went and there was break in between that I took and drank some Diet Coke took 5-7 mins of rest and then the process was continued .During the end Dr Priyadarshini came and saw the work done by technicians and then made 7 more slits and then the implantation was completed she again checked the work done and felt satisfied when I asked her of what she thinks about it . After that I was drove to Hilton by the Eugenix cab driver and my Dad already checked in earlier . I was overall feeling good and positive and first couple of days are really crucial and by god’s grace all went well . Sharing the pre-op and post op pics.Please look at those and do comment on what you all think . A clear image which on zoom can see clear implanted recipient area : So then as I decided earlier of staying in Gurgaon till my first head wash and also went for donor area clean up every day at the clinic .On the 7th day I had the head wash and due to too much rain around during the weekend I was forced by weather to stay another day at hotel and then had my 2nd head wash at clinic too and almost 90% of scabs were gone till my 2nd head wash .Went home and now it’s 14 day Post op Sharing my 13 days post op pics which I shared with clinic too.Please do comment on your reviews on this No shedding yet .Just noticed couple of hair falling out yesterday at end of Day 13 . Thanks @Eugenix Hair Sciences for a very good experience.Hoping to get good results 🤞. I will be sharing my time to time updates here and also post if I have wany doubts related to anything during the most difficult phase I am going to go through now .
  3. CORRECTIVE SURGERY HAIRLINE AUGMENTATION TOTAL GRAFTS - 2578 DR. ARIKA BANSAL Do you plan a second marriage before the first one? Well, you never do so. No one wishes to rectify things unless they are left with no option. The same should be with hair transplants. One must do thorough research and choose the clinic so wisely that they must never require to go for corrective surgery. Nevertheless, humans are bound to make mistakes. Vibhor somehow got trapped in the wrong hands for his hair transplant. Consequently, he had to witness depressing results and an unnatural hairline. This failed hair transplant procedure swallowed his confidence like a giant. But, he rectified his mistake on time and this time with detailed research. He trusted Eugenix for his corrective surgery. One who is burnt from milk swallows butter milk carefully. Thus, one can imagine how hard it was for Vibhor to trust anyone to touch his hair for a hair job. But, he had the audacity to get the hair job done a second time. One year, down the line Eugenix didn’t let him down. In August 2021, we addressed corrective surgery of Vibhor. We understood very well that if at the age of 24 he is going through a corrective surgery then utmost precision and skill were required to handle his case. A total of 2578 grafts were extracted from his scalp and were implanted to outdraw the best possible hairline.
  4. NW 6 Age - 34 Total grafts 5508 All scalp Punch used - 0.9mm Mr. Anton has visited Eugenix in March 2021 for his first procedure. Being a NW6, he has very minimal expectations. He got front and mid scalp restoration in his first sitting and after eight months he visited Eugenix Hair Sciences again for the second sitting. 2508 grafts were implanted in the first sitting. He came back for his second sitting in November 2021, all the grafts are extracted from the scalp, a total of 3000 grafts were used for crown restoration and temple creation. Regards, Eugenix Hair Sciences
  5. NW5A Total grafts - 3505 (All scalp) Baldness is a serious issue that gulps your self-esteem. Being a NW5A, he walked in Eugenix to gain back his lost confidence. We met his expectations by achieving a perfect hairline and completely natural-looking results. A total of 3505 grafts were required to address his case. Each graft was extracted from his scalp. Keeping the scope of future needs, his donor was managed. A good coverage along with the creation of temple points was provided to him. Now, he seems all pleased and contended with the results.
  6. Transformation is not a miracle; it is a decision! NW 5A AGE 36 TOTAL GRAFTS - 5110 FROM BEARD - 1220 FROM SCALP - 3890 A total of 5110 grafts were required for his epic transformation. This amount was not possible completely from the scalp. Also, Eugenix treats a patient for a lifetime. Thus, his future needs were also to be kept in mind. Thus, being an expert in body hair transplants, 1220 grafts were extracted from his beard and the rest from his scalp. The amalgamation of beard hair and scalp hair did its wonder and the best version of this patient was achieved. Mr. Juan visited Eugenix last year again and got 2000 grafts implanted for maximum density.
  7. He came to Eugenix for his second sitting recently, wherein he got some density filling done for his crown area along with a minor touch-up for the hairline & FTAs. His first sitting with Eugenix turned out to be a major success during which 3031 grafts were implanted on his frontal & mid scalp area, the stupendous results of which can be seen in this video. Classified as a Norwood 4A case, he had come to Eugenix after having tried medications like Minoxidil for 30 odd years and PRP therapies elsewhere. His receded hairline was re-created at a height of 8 cm from the glabella, which couldn’t have looked more natural just after one year of his procedure.
  8. NW7 | 2 SITTINGS RAHUL RAICHAND 10,500 GRAFTS DR. PRADEEP SETHI Hair transplant is an amalgamation of art and science. Our doctors are well qualified to suffice the science involved and over time they mastered the art too. We are experts in handling advanced cases of baldness. Taking due care, It is advisable more than one sitting to address advanced cases of baldness. This patient was a Norwood grade 7. He had little hope to regain the charm of his looks and of course the confidence in his personality. But, Eugenix is known for doing wonders. He trusted us and got his reward for counting on us. A total of 10500 grafts were required to display the art of hair transplant on his scalp. Two sittings were planned for handling his case. His first sitting was addressed in 2017. A total of 6500 grafts were extracted. Being renowned experts in body hair transplant, we extracted 1000 grafts from his scalp, 3500 from his beard and 2000 from his chest. Utmost precision and skill were required to make this deadly combo. Team Eugenix did it craftily. The art and science which was displayed in 2017 displayed its magic. He was elated with the results. His contentment and excitement to witness further magic bought him back to Eugenix in 2019. Then in the second sitting, a total of 4000 grafts were used to create the history. 1000 were extracted from the scalp and 3000 from the beard. His body hair was used in the most proficient manner. The patient believed and in us and we helped him gaining the hairs and confidence back.
  9. I had my hair transplant of 3000 grafts on February 28th and March 1st. I have chosen to document my experience in as a sequence of events format. Only the relevant details are posted. I hope this post is helpful for others considering a hair transplant anywhere regardless of the clinic. I will be posting regular pictures. I've started using Finasteride as well after the surgery. So we will get a good idea of how it helps the baby hair that is there in my crown and mid scalp. Please share your feedback and tips. Don't forget to wish me luck. Background and Decision The details of my situation and pictures before transplant are under the thread. I chose Eugenix after seeing good results in this forum here and elsewhere. Also because they are good with higher nor-woods and handling difficult cases, and mega sessions. I didn't want to take any chance even if it meant paying a little higher than normal. https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/62466-considering-hair-transplant-for-my-norwood-67-age-29-appreciate-your-inputs-request-for-comments/ Online Proposal: The following is the proposal I got from the clinic after seeing the pictures I shared with them. I have been told by medical counselor over the phone that direct assessment at the time of the surgery may change these numbers to some extent. After gaining confidence after speaking with Eugenix medical counselor a couple of times. I booked a slot for Feb 28, 2022. Proposed Grafts: 5500, Scalp: 3500-4000, Beard: 1500 Proposed Coverage: Hairline: 2500, Mid scalp: 1500, Crown: 1500 See Picture#1 at the end of the post. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- Pre Operative Procedure (Grafts Discussion - I) I reached Delhi in the morning of 26th Feb and boarded a hotel walk-able from Eugenix. I pinged my medical counselor to know when I can go to the clinic. He told me I can at 5PM on 27th. I went to the clinic as advised at 5PM. Scene 1 The coordinator there met me at reception area and told me that my surgery would be at 12 PM on 28th. I didn't know if he was a coordinator or a doctor or a technician at that time. So I asked me to check my hair as I was assuming the hair would be checked on pre operative day. I was wearing a hat so I removed it. He checked my donor area but he didn't say anything out. But I sensed an air of disappointment in him which of course is my assumption. I tried to show my beard by removing my mask and he said it's visible even with mask. I didn't shave/trim my beard for almost a month so that they will get an idea of how it will look when it grows long. Scene 2 (BP and Anesthesia Check) A nurse tested my BP. She has given two anesthesia samples on my hands. She explained me that it would tell if I'm allergic to anesthesia in 5 minutes. Sometime later, coordinator came back and informed me that my procedure would take 3 days instead of 2 days as the grafts planned are > 5000. He told me that there would be a photo session and after that I can leave for the day. I asked again coordinator about my donor area. He told me that he will ask a doctor to come and check. Scene 3 (Advised of Two Sessions) A few minutes later, a surgeon came and checked my donor area. She felt clearly disappointed. She told me that it appeared differently in the pictures. She told that my hair roots are wider from one another. I asked whether it's due to thinning or is it my hair's nature. She said that my hair is naturally like that. She also checked my beard. Although it looks dense due to long beard I grew they are still similar to donor scalp in terms of density (roots are wider apart). She was seemingly disappointed and thought about it a bit with the coordinator. She asked me whether I can go for two sessions instead of one. I asked her how many months apart two sessions need to be and explained my personal situation. She asked me whether I can at least wait for another 3 months. After this I brought up with her why I chose Eugenix and mentioned many cases from HT where they had done above and beyond and even compared to typical mega sessions. I think she explained me that it's different from person to person I can't remember exactly now the full answer. She mentioned that body(non beard) hair would be weak. They both went back after that to discuss internally. All the while my intention was to get best out of them for me. Scene 4 (Discussion with coordinator) After a while, coordinator came and sat with me. He explained me that around 4000-4500 grafts will be implanted and crown will be left out.(I think that's with not so bad hair line). He reassured me that minimum 4000 grafts will be implanted but they will still try to maximize anything beyond that up to 4500 grafts. Since all these scenes happened less than <20 minutes, I didn't have full clarity of how that would look like. So I was hesitant to make a choice. In retrospect, I think the difference in that plan would be just the crown. He asked me to not rush my decision. He advised me to go back to the hotel and think and he would call me sometime later to take opinion. I thanked and left the clinic for the day. Scene 4 (Discussion with counselor) After reaching the hotel, I discussed with my brother in law(he came to Delhi with me). He felt it's not a bad deal and we can come later for another session if we still think crown coverage is needed. I called my Eugenix counselor and explained him what happened. I met him in person after that to discuss. I discussed with him for some time. I requested him to convey my desire for maximization. He assured me that he will speak to them. I called him later to confirm the same. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- Surgery Day-1 (Grafts Discussion - II, Design and Slit Making) Scene 1(BP Check, PRP blood extraction, Payment) I reached clinic around 12 PM. The nurse checked my BP and took blood for doing PRP. My coordinator told me that I would pay for 4000 grafts and pay for any excess grafts post surgery. I paid for 4000 grafts. Scene 2 (Only 3000 could be planted) I was told by coordinator that photo session would happen as that didn't happen in pre op day. I was taken to the camera place. Assistants there took some photos. Then my assigned surgeon came and had a look at my hair. He said the donor doesn't look very good. He said only 3000 could be planted and he would cover only frontal part with decent hair line. I clearly explained that as a person who came with expectation of full coverage, it may be okay to leave out the crown but not the mid scalp as that would be too different to my expectation. He asked assistants to call a surgeon(the surgeon that had a look on the preop day). Dr Arika Bansal came instead. Scene 3 (Design by Dr Arika Bansal) Dr. Arika Bansal had a look at my donor and instantly said the roots are wider apart and beard also is similar. They said beard looked denser as I had grown it long. I asked her to cover at least until mid scalp even if crown is missed out. I told her that I can keep my beard short if needed. I asked my surgeon and Dr Arika if my it's due to miniaturization or it's my hair nature. They said it's the nature of my hair. Suregon also said my hairs are thin in nature. Dr. Arika told me that she has actually drawn the proposal for me for 5500 (for online proposal) along with other panel doctors but it looked different in photos. She told that I'm still young(29) and my loss is progressive. There is also donor miniaturization that indicates progress of baldness. She told me the crown can be improved with Finasteride as lot of baby hair is there. She advised me to go for another session later. She has drawn a design keeping hair line high. She has drawn half circle for the crown. She said an excess of 500 graft will be tried so that half of my crown will be covered and rest of it will be improved with Finasteride. She explained that this will only leave out a small portion of the crown left out. At that time moment, I didn't understand properly how 3000 can be done instead of 4000 as that would lower the density. But I think the compensation comes from drawing a higher hair line. I asked if coverage or density will be good. She answered in affirmative. On my insistence further, she told body hair could be used. She gave some instructions to doctor as she drew my hairline. She asked me if I was using Finasteride upon looking my crown. I told her that I have never used it as I didn't consult any doctor. She told that her "advise" would be to go with only 3000. (I wonder whether some patients still insist beyond what surgeons suggested but I wanted to go with their opinion instead of force negotiating it). After that she told me that many people still cancel surgery at that point as well if their expectation was 5k-6k and in person assessment differs. She basically said I still have choice to not go for the surgery. See Picture#2 Scene 4 (Conversation with my surgeon) My surgeon took me to show my photos on screen. He asked me not go for 4000 grafts. He assured me he will try to definitely maximize if possible between 3000 to 3500(not exceeding). He had a look at my chest hair and felt it cannot be used. I left to reception area to discuss with my brother in law. He Planned: 2000 from scalp 1000 from beard Scene 5 (Conversation with my brother in law) I showed the pictures to my brother in law and we discussed a bit. He had a look at the sketch on my scalp. This is when I fully understood how it all works. Buy raising the hairline lot of grafts could be saved. Of course I read about it before. But this came in my experience now. Because a lower hair line with temples would eat up lot of grafts. The drawing didn't really look odd to me or him. Because the humps are connected with receding sides and the hairline is natural and pointy despite being high. I don't know how the density looks like after growing but the drawing didn't look odd. We decided to go ahead: 1. I didn't want to leave empty handed after all the effort. 2. The drawing did look good, and half the circle could be filled with excess grafts they proposed and rest of it with Finasteride. (Eventually the half circle was not filled) 3. If it's in a different clinic I would have had doubt on the efficacy and skill and would have regretted probably. But I know I'm at Eugenix so I had to only decide about the look. 4. The coverage of different areas is only one of the equations. The yield is also important. It's also important that the grafts placed grow back as much as possible. One of the factors I chose Eugenix. Scene 5 (PRP, Slit Making - I) I was given anesthesia and the nurse did the PRP. The surgeon had made slits for the two sides of the triangular hair line rows. He told me not to worry as a second session could be planned after some months. As he did slits, he commented lot of baby hair is there everywhere on mid scalp as well. He told that it would grow back with Finasteride. I asked some questions I had as he did the slits. Scene 6 (Slit Making - II) After that a different surgeon came and made the rest of the slits for the rest of the area. She would answer the questions I had as well. A total of 3000 slits were made. After the slits are done. I was taken to the common area. Coordinator called the senior surgeon(that spoke to me on pre-op day) to have a look at the slits. She took a photo and showed me. See the Picture#3. The procedure was smooth. The only pain was related to anesthesia as one would expect. But it's totally bearable. They took some photos after that. I had lunch after that. Coordinator came to me and told it's done for the day and I would need to go by 9 AM on the next day. I was not really tired as the slit making took relatively short time.~ 2-3 hours probably. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- Surgery Day-2 (Extraction and Implantation) Scene 1(DHT) Surgeon took me to OT. The donor area was given anesthesia. The extraction and implantation started by a couple of technicians. Two surgeons that did my slits would visit every now and then to check on the process. Note that the anesthesia was given depending on the area of extraction in phases. I was half asleep for some of the procedure(not due to anesthesia). I asked them if there are double hairs or not. They told that there are double hairs and triple hairs are there as well. They showed me a graft with two hairs. Sometimes I was curious what technicians were talking among themselves . Especially when I sense they were talking about my hair. The words like dandruff/grafts/density etc intrigued me. I'm Indian but don't know Hindi well enough to understand in low tone. Scene 2 (Beard DHT) Post lunch, anesthesia was given to beard area. The nurse warned me that it would be more painful compared to scalp. It's true. DHT started from the beard. Only the lower part of the chin was used as the donor. They would check if I'm uncomfortable on and off and allow me to relax or sit up for a few minutes. They would massage the back and neck to relieve ache. When my surgeon-1 came. He was taking a look at my beard donor. I asked if he would make more slits. He said we will see in the next session. He said that generally 60-40 ratio only advised for scalp-beard mix. (I was actually not specifically asking about beard donor alone though at that moment. But he was looking at beard at that point.). He told we can see it in next session after few months. After a while, the DHT completed. Both the surgeons came for review. The surgeon 1 had a look at my donor area. Surgeon 2 had taken a photo in phone and showed it to me. To be honest, it looked good. I don't know how it pans out once everything is grown out. But post surgery it had an appearance of buzz cut and it looked good. As he signed a form, the surgeon told me that we can plan out another session after 5 months. Scene 3 (Sign off) Photos were taken. I changed back to my dress from surgical dress. The second surgeon accompanied me to the common area. She gave a bag containing medicines, betadine, saline spray, surgical caps etc. A book named "The Autobiography Of Yogi" was also included. (I exchanged it for English version the next day as I can't understand Hindi). I asked her if I can use a hat. She said that I can only use a surgical cap. I thanked her and left for the day. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- All the people were very welcoming and nice. Including the surgeons, coordinators, nurses, and more importantly technicians. They were frank when they needed to be. The procedural coordination was awesome at the clinic. After the transplant I stayed back for 3 more days in Delhi itself and I would visit for donor dressing. I worked from hotel those days. To be honest, it was less troublesome than expected. I was advised to not bend my head down even while working. On a fundamental level, I think we should avoid doing anything that stretches the scalp skin(?) such as heavy laughing, moving briskly etc to quicken the healing. The post op care team would ping and call every day to check on me. I must have forgotten to add some of the details. Please ask me if you have any questions that I can answer. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- Pictures Time I generally try keep myself anonymous on forums. But today I want to change it and post pictures without blurring. Picture#1 Of the original online proposal(You can see my pictures shared with them in the linked thread at the start of the thread) Picture#2 of the sketch by Dr. Arika Note that the half circle was not filled in the end. You can notice baby hair both the crown and mid scalp in below pictures. Picture#3 Immediately after slits Picture#4 Immediately after DHT (Baby hairs are not visible in crown as head is trimmed) Picture#5 After 4-5 days (Do let me know if you would like more angles) Maintenance Medications These are the prescribed medications that I have started using. 1. Finasteride 1 mg each day at bed time. It's too early to write anything else about post surgical experience. I will save it for another thread or a reply to this thread. I will keep updating this thread. I thank the forum for the experiences shared.
  10. Transformation is an expedition. Expedition of a bud to become a blossomed flower and spread the fragrance. After transforming 17000+ bald patients Eugenix has become that blossomed flower whose fragrance drove you to read this. Dr. Pradeep Sethi and Dr. Arika Bansal are gardeners of this blossomed flower. Recently Eugenix has completed 12 years and this epic and compelling journey sprouted in the lap of the Himalayas. Dr. Pradeep Sethi was not getting the desired job in Rishikesh, Haridwar and Dehradun. It was then that he made up his mind to start his private practice. That was an audacious step which turn out to be a huge success today. Eugenix marked its first step in the world of hair restoration by completing its first transplant in 2010, in Dehradun. In 2011, Dr. Sethi and Dr. Bansal pioneered the Direct Hair Transplant Technique, which is a modified version of the current FUE technique. DHT has revolutionized the world of hair restoration. In 2013, a paper on DHT was published. It was then that Eugenix started focusing solely on hair and left other skin care. In 2014, we established our headquarters in Gurgaon, Haryana. Dr. Sethi and Dr. Bansal address most of the patients from here. In 2015 a Centre was established in Bhubaneshwar as well. In 2018 founders of Eugenix, Dr. Sethi and Dr. Bansal completed the manuscript of the book, ‘Step by step guide to a hair transplant.’ Eugenix Mumbai Centre was established in the same year. Eugenix is able to stand out from other clinics and mark its presence not only in India but all over the world because of multiple reasons. One, unlike other commercial clinics our mission is nothing but the ultimate satisfaction of our patients. Second, we use a long-term visionary approach. We don’t leave our patients after the completion of the surgery, but our post-surgery care and counselling are available lifelong. Any skeptical mind would question how we achieve almost 100% results. The answer is skills, experience, trained technicians and most importantly passion. Team Eugenix even dreams of hair. Here we believe that a transplant should give its best result in one shot. We work with our mantra of; Do it once, do it right! Once, one of our happy patients quoted, ‘Results Don’t Lie!’ See for yourself countless successful results from our happy patients. Here are some recent result pictures for your reference.
  11. Hello Everyone, It’s been just over two months since I first logged into this forum and requested for reliable clinics in Bangalore for my HT. This forum helped me decide on clinic and other things. A big shoutout to the founders, moderators and senior members here. So, after all the general research and hesitation, I got my hair transplantation done yesterday at Eugenix Hair Sciences, Gurgaon. I feel as much responsible as I benefited from this forum to share my journey and keep you updated on my growth. Also, would like to take further tips and suggestions from you all. Okay, take a look at my journey: Background: I am a 32 year old from a small town in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, India (which is nearly 2000 km from Delhi). I started loosing hair during my early 20’s and it has been a long period of mixed feelings. At times I felt low and at other times I didn’t care much about my hair. I have never taken any treatment or medication for hairloss. However, it is in these recent years that I started thinking about hair transplantation. After considering clinics in Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore, I somehow found this wonderful forum. I posted a question thinking to finalise on physician in Bangalore but in turn I got to know about Eugenix Hair Sciences, Gurgaon. After checking their results and the reputation they have in the field, I decided to get my HT done only at Eugenix. I then contacted them through WhatsApp, sent them my pictures and got to know that I might require 2500-2700 grafts classifying my baldness as NW 3. That is when I got in touch with Mr.Shakti, a patient consultant at Eugenix, Gurgaon. Later came the question of price. I definitely couldn’t afford premium or exclusive packages. But I wanted Dr.Arika’s hands on my head in one or the other step of the procedure. I took some time to decide and arrange finances. When Mr. Shakti called me back to check, he assured me that there won’t be any compromise with quality of the results if I opted for comprehensive package. At around the same time, Dr. Pradeep Sethi released a video on YouTube explaining how they don’t differentiate among packages when quality is concerned. With that and with explanation given by Mr. Shakti, I convinced myself to opt for comprehensive package. A day before surgery: I reached Delhi on 12.04.21 (first flying experience btw 😉). They sent a cab to pick me up. Visited the clinic in the evening and got my BP checked. They also tested if I am allergic to anaesthesia. And we had a talk about my blood investigation report and COVID report. They asked me to come by 9 AM the next day. On surgery day: Had heavy breakfast as I was told and reached the clinic by 9.15am. The staff was courteous. Everybody who saw me sitting at the reception, including Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi, wished me with a pleasant smile and moved on. This little gesture gave me all positive vibes and whatever nervousness I had vanished. Of course I then took tablets they gave me. Later my doctor explained me the SOP of the day and I was taken to the photo session. He drew a hairline which suits my head and explained the technicalities involved in designing the hairline. He patiently answered all my questions. I then transferred money online. Before finalising the hairline, I asked if we could take Dr.Arika’s opinion. She came after few minutes and performed minor changes to the design. She said I don’t have to get my temples done but I decided to go for temples as well. Later I was taken to the OT room after changing clothes. 5-7 technicians were there along with the doctor who made all the slits. They explained each and every step of the procedure right from giving anaesthesia to the number of slits/grafts in every step. They are all very caring and everyone knows every single step of the procedure which resulted in great coordination among themselves. Mr. Shakti and Mr. Anil came to OT many times and enquired if I was okay. Nice of them. I kept on talking and discussing things with the doctor and the technicians while they answered me patiently. Later Dr Arika Bansal herself came and did slits through the hairline and temples. Then they provided me lunch and resumed harvesting and grafting at the same time. This process went on till 7.30pm and not even once did I feel pain or discomfort. All the staff made me feel home and it was a good feeling. Only 2200 grafts could be transplanted on 13.04.21 and it was decided that the remaining be done on next day. They gave me some precautions for the night and in fact I could sleep well. On second day, I reached the clinic by 9 am. They first cleaned my donar region and the remaining grafting was done by 12.30pm. Then they took me for Post-op photo session. Total number of grafts implanted was 180 more than what was decided earlier. So I paid the remaining amount. Mr.Shakthi explained me about post-op care and the medicine. Later he came downstairs to see me off. I took flight back to Bangalore on the same night. I can’t thank enough the people at Eugenix. They are doing their job religiously with utmost care and super finesse. The whole process felt so simple that I still can’t believe myself. Their hands are amazing and the coordination among themselves is in next level. There isn’t a single moment where I felt disconnected, strange or cheated. I did not have any consultation with Dr. Arika before going to the clinic. I walked into the clinic with full confidence and I wasn’t wrong. I am more than satisfied with the way they treated me and with the result as well. It’s been just more than a week since I got my surgery done and my friends (who know nothing about HT) are also appreciating the hairline and density I got in the process. Mr.Shakthi is in touch with me and has been checking on me about post op care and medication. So sweet of him. He is as good and caring as his smile 😃. I would definitely recommend this clinic to people who wish to get their hair transplantation done for their mastery over the craft, caring, transparency, technology, coordination among the staff and their dedication. Hoping for a natural looking hair. I shall keep you guys updated with photos whenever possible. Thanks again 😊 PS: I sincerely suggested Dr.Arika Bansal to consider opening a branch either in Bangalore or Hyderabad. She said that they are considering Bangalore though nothing is finalised yet. Hope to see a branch of Eugenix in Southern India.
  12. Sex : Male Age : 21 years old Level of alopecia : NW III Hair characteristics: Black, straight and thick hair. Surgical Plan: Frontal and receding hairline. Total Grafts placement - 2700 Donor from Scalp - 2700
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  18. I am planning to get hair transplant on Eugenix in a few months. Those who have already got transplants here, could you tell any difference in results produced by two packages (Comprehensive&Exclusive and Premium Package). I predict my scalp could take around 1500-2000 grafts. Kindly provide your suggestions on which package to choose.
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  20. Greetings all members of this great forum This thread will be about my plans to travel for my hair transplant, doctor choice and current hair/hair loss situation in as much detail as I'm able to say In a few days I'm scheduled for my Hair Transplant with @Eugenix Hair Sciences and I will be flying from Malta all the way to India to get my procedure and have my hair restored to how it should be. I will to document all my experience with the clinic from beginning to end and sharing details with you. Hopefully my experience may help the next guy who needs his hairline fixed. It will be a long and expensive journey.. with a few challenges from airport to airport especially with the random Covid tests.. but I am immensely excited, nervous and ready for it. This is the sacrifice I'm willing to take just to have a high quality procedure. Out of all the hundreds and thousands of clinics around the world, I chose Eugenix. I have accepted the fact with myself and the clinic that I am not looking for perfection, only improvement and naturalness. My expectations are simply to look natural. I don't want to look like I have a bad hair transplant anymore. I don't want it to be a challenge styling my hair every time I wash my hair. I've' had a enough. Pre-arrival stuff: I have booked the procedure dates which are split in 2 days depending on how many grafts I need. I had to pay a deposit to the clinic which was done some months back. A few days later I got my Medical Visa which was 80€, it only took 7 hours to get granted with the help I got from Eugenix consultant Amandeep! I can honestly say that getting the Visa was easier than doing the list blood tests required. I had to chase about 2 different medical centers to book an appointment, but at least they were free and I was able to get them all from the same place and receiving results within 8 days. After I had gotten the Medical Visa I booked my flights immediately. I also paid for flight insurance which costs €75 just to make sure that if I had to cancel flights because of Covid test result I would be secured. I also had to get disease vaccines HEP A, B and Typhoid.. which costed me another 120€ so that I am able to eat and enjoy food in India. The clinic also helped me book the hotel as well and I'm planning to stay 3 days extra post procedure to recover and let my recipient area heal without any issues. 👍 A special shoutout to Amandeep and Satyam from Eugenix who have been very responsive when it comes to WhatsApp chats and calls. They made it easy for me, especially after having a bad experience with other clinics Personal info and History My name is Ryan and I'm 28 years old Current routine: Twice a week 2% Ketoconazole Shampoo. For me it keeps the scalp cleansed and has ZERO signs of flakes. I'm not interested in hair growth from a shampoo Once a week I do Aloe Vera scalp mask. I cut a leaf from my plant and take the gel. It hydrates my scalp for the rest of the week. I had dry scalp since I was a child Minoxidil foam every night before sleeping. I let it sink on the scalp. I haven't seen much difference. I am very open to trying oral Finasteride once I get approval by the doctor Multivitamins pills towards hair. once a day after a meal. I believe it keeps existing hair looking healthy with full potential. Doesn't do anything for hair loss I believe I don't use waxes, gels or oils for styling. I am currently heat blow-drying my hair into one position and letting stay natural. If It's a windy day ill use hair spray There were some months were I even did PRP sessions... but these are not very affordable and the results are not mind-blowing If I have to go to an occasion with a bunch of people I will get my dry shampoo spray which also darkens the hair with a powdered texture and scalp wont be visible In 2012: It was the year when I first started having hair loss. I had the traditional receded hair line where you you find both sides of the hair line missing and a small island of hair in the middle of the hairline. I used to keep the hair length longer in the midscalp to brush it forward and use hairspray In 2015: I had a small FUT procedure at a local plastic surgeon to add grafts to a hairline that was receding. It was probably under a thousand grafts in those days. I had such a small amount of hair loss with the obsession of a teen hairline. I remember talking to him about post-op care. He simply said just stay home for a week and then you're fine. I asked him how to properly wash the grafts and remove the scabs. He answer... ''no no, there's no scabs'' What a moron. They really treated me badly. They took my money, did what little they did, patched me up and showed me the exit.... After sometime passed I realized with myself that I was left out with a long strip scar at the back and minimal results. I thought this would be a quick fix, but I was terribly wrong. In 2017: After the procedure I had locally in my country, the hair loss continued to progress and I was left with grafts that looked thinned. I decided to go the Turkey, at a clinic with the name.. Hair of Istanbul. I would advice everyone not to go there. Probably one of the biggest Instagram hair mills in the world at the time.. and still is one of the biggest.. at a clinic where they do many 4 or 5 patients a day and nobody is aware of who the doctor is, the man doing the slits is clearing an idiot simply POKING HOLES IN THE SCALP WITHOUT CARE and the technicians were the most weird people I have ever seen, no communication about what I want or desire and not to mention that none of them spoke basic English. To explain how high i wanted the hairline I had to get the translator in the room to tell them. All they say is '' everyone is experienced, don't worry about it ''.. So anyway, I went to get my frontal zone completely thickened up with hair as I was tricked by the many before & after photos shown on Instagram. Even though at the time of 2017-2018 I was fine with a full head of hair, I quickly realized that something is wrong. The hair looked pluggy and harsh. It felt unhealthy due to procedure quality... the angles were all wrong (meaning I can only style my hair in one direction) I don't even want to know what tool he used for creating the incisions... it felt harsh and made loud crunching noises, my donor area was completely exhausted meaning I cannot have short fresh haircuts which I learned to live with as time passed. I also feel like the post OP care wasn't at it's best either. I mean they washed my f**%ng hair the next day for some reason. I thought it was fine at the time of doing it with lack of research but god knows what may have gone wrong or loss of grafts. They also implanted grafts into my old FUT scar as a request, which I begged them to use beard grafts instead but they said it it's against their policy to use beard grafts at the clinic (idiots) Part of me regrets ever going there, but the biggest regret would be that I didn't do my research. They never asked me how I'm doing during the procedure or if I want to stop and take a break.. my dear brother came in twice during the procedure just to check on me himself since nobody was speaking with him and telling him about the procedure. They just wanted to get it over with as fast as possible. It still took 6 hours to finish which is probably less than the usually procedures. They probably wanted to impress me showing me how ''fast and ''efficient'' they are. What a bunch of idiots! Until this day, I still don't even know what qualifications the man who did my slits and extractions had. I was lucky enough to even know his name. In 2019: I went for two SMP sessions to cover up the FUT scar even more and some overharvested areas around the back. I certainly hope this wont affect the extraction process while harvesting hairs from the back, which I doubt with such advanced microscopes My Plan & Expectations The Doctor + Package choice I have chosen the Premium package and I'm sure ill be in good hands with her team! For me it's all about the artistic look and naturalness After 2 years of endless days and months sitting doing research about how a hair transplant should be, numerous talks with doctors and real patients I have come to the conclusion that @Eugenix Hair Sciences in India are the most suitable clinic for someone like myself. I made it clear with Eugenix that I only trust them with my donor area and being the ones to take care of my hairline. Regarding the grafts, I was suggested 3400. However this is just an estimate and the correct amount will be discussed and decided on day of consultation with Dr. Arika The plan is to remove any doubles from the hairline and have them replaced with singles, continue with singles along the sides to create temple points to frame the face and fill the crown at the back. Any grafts that are misplaced along the sides with the hairline will also be removed and placed as filler in the frontal zone. My hairline is completely filled with grafts that all had hidden telogens. A new hairline will be drawn at the same height from glabella along with conservative temporal points brought out slightly, this will give the desired frame to my face that I've always dreamed about. I am trying to achieve BALANCE to my face. Soft singles that are harvested and taken from correct areas from the back will be transplanted in the first row in the hairline to begin a soft gateway to my face and adding destiny to any missing spots behind those rows. The next plan is to bring out the temple points slightly, in a way that will frame the face evenly and give a natural profile. I was born with a big forehead.. all my teen years I was conscious of my forehead, not because it was 7cm or 8cm high from the glabella but only because I realize that the lack of temple points was making my head look bigger than it should and the fact that my temple points have faded into thin hair it automatically makes my forehead wide! This gives a very unnatural look when having a thick hairline, almost like a wig you may say. Finally, I would address the crown and slightly entering into midscalp area. The progression of hair loss on the crown was my fault. I should of gotten on medication quicker rather than rushing for a quick fix with surgeries. With this amount of grafts plus the use of Finasteride I am confident it will be a satisfying job to achieve desired closure to this empty area. I'm not a doctor, this is all estimate based on my own personal knowledge and high regarded interested in what needs to be done. I wish to be involved in my own procedure as much as possible, rather than sitting down and accepting everything. I'm ready to accept what is right and what shouldn't be done. I have put all my faith and trust into Eugenix by choosing them The Doctor + Package choice After the video consultation I felt confident and decided to go with Dr. Arika Bansal. I chose her for a couple of reasons She knows what I'm required without myself needing to explain too much She understands hairline shapes and temporal points. (the M shaped hairline) How it should look like on someone my age. Making sure it will look acceptable and natural in the future at ages of 35... 45.. etc... She is fantastic at donor management and she cares about how it will look afterwards, preserving for future needs She knows what hair characteristics the hairline should consist of, the singles, the number of grafts for full coverage and the direction in which the hairs must grow She deals with corrective patients frequently, therefore I feel confident that she knows all expectations for my situation. Especially removal of old grafts and replacements. I feel confident that I won't be a surprise for her compared to previous patients that had similar hairlines like mine. She spoke honestly about removing grafts and the chance of them coming back, while our plan was to implant soft singles for guaranteed assurance of a great future result. We discussed the importance of implanting grafts to thicken the hair behind the frontal zone with microscopes to avoid damage and unhealthy growth I chose the Premium Package which will all be led by Dr. Arika. She will do all the design, slits and important extractions (especially removal of old grafts) Gratitude to a few names Before I continue I would like to say thank you to a few people! @Melvin- Moderator Melvin was the one that made me join the forum, after lurking so long in his YouTube channel, I was grateful to be able to continue to learn and educate myself more about hair transplantation after under going to whole procedure twice in the past. This forum is a fantastic research tool for everyone. @Yaasar - The Alpha Yasar has been very inspiring to me because he also had a bad experience and corrected his hairline. I followed his result from beginning to end, and after a few chats, we became friends! @MazAB Armen is another guy that inspired me, simply because he is very well educated how a hair transplant should be and also because he offered to personally call me and answer any questions that I needed. @kirkland @Gatsby Ian and Adrian. Two gentlemen in the forum who have helped many people and always offer honest replies to whatever people say. @Bandit90 About a month ago I also had a surprise WhatsApp call from Dr. Pradeep Sethi and John while he got his procedure, which was nice call to get speak with John about his big procedure and now becoming friends on this forum. This will technically be my third transplant procedure. I appreciate anyone who gives me feedback, suggestions and also tips about travelling to India and travel in general. Info about anything actually. What to do, what not to do. What to take with me, what not to take with me. What best to eat before the procedure? what to avoid? What to eat after the procedure? What to avoid eating or drinking? Leave it all down below. Yeah sure I can ask all this to the doctor and call it a day. Nothing wrong with asking real patients on forums... no matter what the experts on YouTube video says. Forums are the best place for discussion. Write anything you want, even the obvious. It's not only about me. This thread might help someone else. I know most questions are meant to ask the doctors but that is one opinion. I am always open to listen to patient personal experiences as well Thanks guys 🤚
  21. Sex : Male Age : 44 years old Level of alopecia : NW VA Hair characteristics: Black, straight and medium hair. Surgical Plan: Frontal, receding hairline & crown. Total Grafts placement - 3535 Donor from Scalp - 3535
  22. Hello everyone, I was completely against the surgery. Damn Scary! I never wanted to do a procedure for my hair. I was wearing a patch and I had made peace with it. As an actor my work is always on, and I could not take 3-4 months leave (a long break) from my work and do the transplant. Transplantation was not in my mind until I met Dr.Pradeep Sethi at Euginex and I encountered him through my friend and when I saw the results of patients who had undergone hair transplant at Eugenix I was flabbergasted and immediately got a second thought that what if I got the kind of hair I expect, it would be a boom for my career. Being an actor, I keep changing my looks. I pondered for a while as it is difficult to survive without work. Then Lockdown happened (a blessing in disguise). Once again I met Dr Pradeep at Eugenix and decided that this is the best time to do the procedure. Once the procedure is done, I will get much better roles in movies and my carrer will go to the next level. If I had not met Dr Pradeep or I had not visited Eugenix, I am sure I would never have trusted any clinic nor I would have got the procedure done. The other reason of choosing Eugenix over others was density. I had seen a lot of friends who got the procedure done in some other clinics and even after getting the transplant, they use topik regularly to cover the bald patches. What I perceived from their transplants that it was not possible to enjoy a high density. But my view about hair transplant changed immensely after I interacted with Dr Pradeep that getting natural hairline with high density coverage is possible after hair transplant. Infact, he explained it to me how the hairline will be recreated that will suit the face features and the temples be reconstructed that will give framing to my face from the sides. I had never imagined that it takes so many elements for recreation of natural hairline. The profound knowledge of hairline just boosted my confidence and I no longer wanted to wait. During the procedure. When anesthesia was administered, I only felt the slightest pain as if ants were moving on my skin. The procedure went on for 6 to 7 hours and nowhere I got the feeling that I was inside the OT. I was watching cricket match and listening to songs, infact I was enjoying the process. I got breaks as and when I wanted. I had a delicious lunch according to my preference. The experience was amazing and the staff was so cordial and patient throughout the procedure that I felt homely. I don’t trust people who are garrulous and don’t know what they are actually doing it. I have been through the smooth procedure and I am indebted to Dr Pradeep for providing me such an imperceptible hairline. Last but not least I am grateful to my friend who introduced me to Dr Pradeep. This would not have been possible without him. The seed is sown with so much care, compassion and affection that the results are bound to happen positively. I highly recommend Eugenix. Just go for it blindly. Everything will be taken care.
  23. Sex : Male Age : 65 years old Level of alopecia : NW IVA Hair characteristics: Grey, straight and thick hair. Surgical Plan: Frontal, receding hairline & central. Total Grafts placement - 3491 Donor from Scalp - 3491 Donor from Beard - 0
  24. Sex : Male Age : 23 years old Level of alopecia : NW IIA Hair characteristics: Black, straight and thick hair. Surgical Plan: Frontal and receding hairline. Total Grafts placement - 1540 Donor from Scalp - 1540
  25. Sex : Male Age : 45 years old Level of alopecia : NW VA Hair characteristics: Grey, straight and thick hair. Surgical Plan: Frontal, receding hairline, central and crown area. Total Grafts placement - 3287 Donor from Scalp - 3287
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