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  1. Good Evening Everybody. I have had two transplants already. I am/ Was a Norwood 6, with retrograde alopecia. I had my first transplant in 2012 with Dr Madhu. FUT https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/31136-hair-transplant-with-dr-madhu2700-fut/ My second HT was with Dr Bhatti, in 2018 to add density to my hairline and upto the mid scalp. https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/52308-hair-transplant-with-dr-tejinder-bhatti-darling-buds-chandigarh/ My Final HT was with Eugenix Yesterday. We managed to get 1650 Scalp Grafts + 400 Beard Grafts. Dr Bansal Wanted to use more of the scalp grafts for the crown and use the beard grafts to fillip the areas around the mid scalp. Started the procedure at 10.00 Am, had a break at 2.00pm, and the whole procedure was done by 6.45 pm. it went well, the place its self was well maintained, staff courteous and helpful. Below are some Pictures and I would be following up with regular progress. No Pain today, IM quite conformable. Slept really well and feel good overall.
  2. Walk the talk! Hi! My name is Abhinay and I’m bald (bald people anonymous anyone?) So I’m the bald guy posting all of these results from our Eugenix Hair Sciences. As destiny would have it, my scalp has finally gotten ready to undergo the procedure. Its amazing and overwhelming at the same time. I know that the Doctors have had this keen eye for covering my bald scalp for the longest of time. I am just glad that I was not kidnapped to be transplanted upon. I had this tremendous fear regarding the surgery. I am an IT professional and medical stuff is the last thing that I understand. I joined in fairly recently to take up the role of Operations head at Eugenix. Life has never been the same again. I did not know that this job required so much of energy and is in a continuous and never ending flow. That being said, I have obviously seen too many patients come in and go out after the procedure. I have seen young people as well as old people come in and get the procedure done. It would be embarassing to chicken out now!!! But on a serious note, I think I do want to have a good amount of hair on my head. My hair resembles a surf wave now. The entire hair from one side is combed over to the other to hide my baldness. It is no surprise that I am phobic of even the slightest gusts of wind. Actually I’m phobic of a lot of things – rain, swimming, jogging etc etc. I seem to have copied Trump’s hairstyle. The only difference is that he is orange and I’m not. I have seen so many of my colleagues get it done here too – Nelson, Dr. Shishir, Anil, Adarsh, Nitesh, Debashish… and so on and so forth. Seeing so many experimental bunnies and being around them everyday (and knowing how extremely low their threshold of pain is), I have gained confidence gradually to go for the procedure. So tomorrow is the day I get sacrificed to the God of hair. Kidding! I’m very excited for tomorrow and I have this bittersweet nervousness around me. Fingers crossed that I don’t start crying like a little girl when seeing the injections… Have a look at my gorgeous pre surgery face below.
  3. Hello everyone, it’s been 9 months since I had my hair transplant procedure done at Eugenix Clinic in Gurgoan. With every passing month my hair is getting thicker and thicker , although normally it takes a year to achieve full results I’m noticing extremely good results in a pretty short time. It took me 3 long years to finalise the best surgeon but every second I spent in searching was worth it , I had consulted many doctors from Delhi , Hyderabad, Chandigarh but everyone told me I could never have head full of hair as I was a grade 7 patient and I needed around 7500 grafts to cover my entire baldness which could only be achieved using scalp grafts along with beard grafts and that it would be highly expensive , as beard grafts costs 2-3 times the cost of a normal scalp graft but by God’s grace I found Dr Pradeep and Dr Arika who not only gave me great results but also charged beard and scalp grafts at the same cost. I had many sleepless nights thinking about my baldness but these doctors came into my life like a candle in darkness, they are genuinely nice people who go out of their way to help their patients, each day I’m thankful to them for making my dream into a reality, sometimes what we need is not a push but rather a miracle to keep us going. I might have paid for my treatment but their kindness and personal care that they gave me i will always remain in their debt. Some memories remain forever, always vivid and heart warming. After meeting these Doctors I understood why a Doctor’s profession is a noble one! We never know the true value of moment until it becomes a reality. It’s time for me to thank these wonderful Doctors who touched my life and changed it forever. For people who are looking for hair transplant check out results achieved at Eugenix Clinic on YouTube and I am sure you will not think of any other place. .
  4. Hi, My name is Sim, I am 27 years old and i am from Canada. My friend and i have decided that we are going to Eugenix hair transplant in india. After doing research for about 5 years we narrowed it down to either Darling buds and Eugenix in india. After looking into both places to the "T" we feel like the results at eugenix are more dense then darling buds. The method used a Eugenix is a bit different then the method used at darlings buds thats another reason we chose Eugenix (Eugenix uses DHI introduced in 2013) . Darling buds have been around longer and might have more experience but we felt like the results at Eugenix were better density wise. I will be posting my overview about the surgery along with pictures every month and how my trip/surgery was at Eugenix. We both have decided that we are going to go with the "Comprehensive and exclusive package" that Eugenix offers and we both decided we are going to get are hair transplant done from Dr.Anika Bansal. We will begin are journey to india on March 5th 2020 and are surgery will take place March 9th and 10th 2020 once the surgery is done i will start posting my progress, grafts implanted, before/after pictures, monthly updates, and other information that you guys would like to know. I will also be putting up videos on my youtube channel of the progress every month, i was told by many of my followers to do so because most people following me want to get a hair transplant and obviously want to see the results before commiting to do this big procedure. I will put a link up of my channel once the surgery is done so you guys can follow that as well. I am excited and nervous about this, I've been waiting for a long time. Feel free to message me anytime and i will try my best to answer your guys questions.
  5. I first came in contact with Dr. Pradeep Sethi when I took my cousin to him for a hair transplant. He had previously been to numerous clinics and was not satisfied, so I decided to accompany him in this visit, as it was near my home and also that I would be interacting with a doctor, not with english savvy relation officers. Dr. Pradeep and me established an instant rapport, further strengthened by the fact that we were from the same medical college in Orissa. As we became friendlier, Dr. Pradeep insisted on a hair transplant on me, which at my age, 61, I was not too much interested in but the idea of having one excited me. My wife was against this but it was my daughter who egged me on and the next thing I realised, I was on the OT table. I had total faith in Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika, as I had seen the results of my cousin and another patient I had brought after that. Being a bit apprehensive, I did not want much intervention, so we settled for a front coverage, with a slightly high hairline, as commensurate with my age. I must say that Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika did a very good job and my appearance was very natural, though, on my insistence, I still had a big forehead and a large bald crown. I had 2023 grafts, taken from the donor area of the back of the scalp for the hairline and the front, and 1240 from the beard, for the vertex region. That was in 2015. The pictures are for the before and immediately after of my first procedure in the year 2015: And following are the pictures of my results after 5 years of the transplantation procedure: I was so fascinated by their work, their passion, their artistry and the fact that their end result transformed the individual to such a great extent, giving a more youthful look and a great deal of confidence to go with it, so much so that I wanted to join their team, work with them and help them give happiness to others. By the end of 2019, I joined Eugenix and that’s the time I had my second transplant and this time, giving the team a free hand, my hairline was lowered and the crown area almost covered. Again, a total of about 2155 grafts were taken. 1955 from the back of the scalp and 200 from the beard. The following are the pictures from immediately after the second session: The following are my pictures from the completion of the third month after the second sitting: Eugenix has a very good team, with Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi at the helm, both from the prestigious AIIMS, and the hard working and experienced junior doctors and technicians, each one doing their assigned work with so much dedication and efficiency. Each member is so humble and polite, as a result of which every patient, whether from the far off corners of the country or from other countries, feels so comfortable and at home and each one has praises to offer on leaving, as regards his stay, surgery, and off course, the final results in due course of time. I hope I can be of help to many who wish to go for transplantation. Also, i am a living example that age is just a mere number and one must live to their heart's content. I will keep posting my progress in hopes to help others with their own questions. Till then, God bless you all! Stay safe during these tough times.
  6. Hello everyone! So I have been reading a lot of material on this forum. I have definitely received a tremendous amount of information from here. It has helped me a lot during my immediate post transplant phase. I believe that my own experience with hair transplantation could help others who are seeking the same too. Therefore, I have decided to post the entire documented journey of my transplantation procedure here on this amazing forum. Here it goes: I started to lose hair by the age of 23. The loss was very gradual and it was difficult for me to have noticed the decline in my density. Eventually, when the hairline stared to recede drastically and my look started to change for the worse, I started to panic. I never knew anything about hair. I was scared that it might be a disease or some form of disorder. But even that was not enough to compel me to visit a doctor and understand the situation. I started with different home remedies and self imagined cures in the forms of advertised shampoos or oils. However, the hair loss did not stop. I started to notice more and more hair come off every time I combed my hair or even if I wet it. The worst part was that I was losing all confidence because of my hair situation. I started using hair products and other styling products to help hide my baldness. But as most of you might know, that doesn't really work. However, to come to the point of all of the above, it was only after I met Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi that they actually told me the honest truth about hair loss intervention. They made me understand the why and the how. And also what should be done to address the issue. For the already bald area, it was too late. But for my pre existing hair, I was recommended Finastride at a dosage of 0.5 to 1 mg. I swear by this medication because i have 0 hair loss since I have started taking that medication. For the bald area, the doctors gave me a transplantation of 2815 grafts. I knew about hair transplantation prior to this too. But I was not sure whether i would be able to go through with it. I was definitely scared of the pain. I couldn't quite bring myself to go for the procedure. However, the procedure was painless, contrary to my belief. It was simple. But it was lengthy (oh well!). And you gotta do what you gotta do. So now through the pictures, I shall show you the progress of my results.
  7. Hello, I reside in Singapore. I had been researching about hair transplantation for a long time. I read a lot about it, talked with various people and reviewed different clinics and results. My friend was also with me in this research. We gradually came across Eugenix. My friend was the one who had a full consult first and later decided to go for the transplantation. I wanted to see how it goes for him first. After he started to get substantial results, I also decided to opt for the procedure. I went in to the Mumbai clinic for the consultation. There it was decided that I would require a frontal zone restoration. I met the doctors and was quite okay with their evaluation. I had already seen my friend's result so I was sure of going in for the procedure. I have just got done 3021 grafts for my procedure in the frontal zone. They created a new hairline for me. The surgery itself was not painful much apart from the anesthesia. I have completed 5 months after my procedure. As you can see that the growth is very good on my scalp and I am very happy with the progress. The hair is coming very well. My growth has been exceptionally good.
  8. Hi all, I had my HT done at Eugenix, Gurgaon with Dr Arika Bansal and team on 28th December 2019. I have selected their second level package. I have been following this blog since 2 years and took the decision. Prior to visiting this forum, I used to follow HT reviews and experiences in Youtube. Most of those videos usually post rosy picture and probably its better not to make decision based on them. Looking at the reviews on this forum and others, I had selected four clinics to research upon 1. Darling buds, Chandigarh : I spoke with Darling buds over phone and mailed them the pics, got the price quotation. From what I have seen the results in the last couple of years were not great(I might be wrong). 2. Dr Radha from Visakhapatnam : I met Dr Radha in her clinic in Visakhapatnam and spoke with her for about half an hour. I was impressed with her honesty in telling me that HT in India has become more of a business than a profession. The only reason for not having my HT there was that while she is an expert in FUT, there are very few reviews of her FUE work. The reason I didnt want FUT was that even if my HT fails in long term I would want to go fully shaved and FUT would leave those big marks. Also my body takes some time to heal down wounds and often leaves some scars for very long time. 3. Hair free Hair sure clinic, Pune : This is cheapest option among my options and that made me a liitle more skeptical about the results the clinic posted in their Youtube channel. I followed some reviews in Youtube made by the guys themselves and they were actually good. But the low cost made me skeptical and decided not to take the chance. 4. Eugenix Gurgaon : I have read almost all the reviews in this forum and it occured to me that the results are better than Darling buds. But the first level package is the most expensive among my options where as the second level package would cost me the same as Darling buds or with Dr.Radha. And then I researched about Dr.Arika in the internet, she had the best of the credentials being an alumni of AIIMS and a Gold medalist. This gave me additional confidence and decided to take the plunge. Now coming to the story of my hairloss. I had beautiful wavy hair until I was 16 years old (A school-friend I had recently chatted after long time told me she had crush on me just because of my hair. I didnt know whether to be happy or sad at that time). From then hair loss started slowly and started showing my temples when I was 20-22 years. After that my hair line started receeding for the past 4 years. I started loosing my hair on crown I think from the past 2 years Some of my before pictures. I attribute my hair loss to my genes because even though my father has his head full of hair, his 3 brothers were balding through their youth and I could see the exact pattern in me. Also I think I did not take necessary action to slow down my Hair loss. For instance I used many different hair oils while ideally I should have stopped applying oil and wash my hair more often and I already live in humid climate. First was when I was 20. All the other were within one year of my HT. The last few were the ones I took at the hospital Coming to the experience at the Hospital, Eventhough I am satisfied, I must say its not an Ideal one(only with respect to hospitality, I am completely satisfied with the work done though). All through this I was in communication only with CRM named Payal(Name changed). She was helpful and good in communicating. I reached from Delhi airport to the clinic in Gurgaon myself. Neither did I ask and nor she mentioned about pickup but I did not mind. But after reaching hospital at around 9 am, I waited in the reception for about an hour and half for the room to be ready. I was served breakfast there itself. I would have preferred to have gone to the room first, get freshened up and then have my breakfast, especially since I took the early morning flight and have been travelling since 5am. But I understood they might be busy and ignored all this. Before I checked-in into my room, Payal told me that she will let me know about my surgery time. I told her that my flight is in the evening the next day and I would prefer if my surgery finishes today and I get some rest before my return journey. I checked in to the room at around 11am and waited till 4pm for her call. Neither did she call about surgery timings nor she asked about Lunch. All the while I was just waiting as she said she will call. I was pretty much furious at that point of time and went to the reception. She saw me and she was clueless as to why I am looking furious. I told her what has happened. She then immediately took me to the hospital floor and made me sit at the hospital lounge. And then Dr Shishir(He's a cool guy) came and asked some pre-surgery questions. I expressed my discontent and told him that I am now very doubtful about having my HT there. He was sorry for a while and told me that some mistakes happens while scheduling and that one surgery which was supposed to be closed in the morning got extended as the there was heavy bleeding and thats the reason for delay and miscommunication. He assured me that the team there is best in India (He himself had HT done there) enquired about who my handler is and whether I had lunch. He then left and Payalji came running to me and apologized hundred times and took my lunch order. I then spoke with Arika mam for about half an hour about HT, Result expectation, Meds and side effects etc., She maintained that 95% of her clients dont have side-effects of finasteride and that while the transplanted hair is permanent, one should take finasteride to preserve remaining hair. She designed my hair line. I changed it slightly to my liking. She then said it will take around 2500 grafts at the front, 150 on each temple and she will try to put about 100 on crown. My spirits were up after speaking with Arika mam and I went to the photo-shoot. I met with Nelson there, chatted a bit(He too had HT there with great result, his pics are all over the clinic). In the photo shoot room a guy came to check himself in the mirror. He said its been 8 months and that he had nothing over his crown before and now its really good. He then took one good look at me and said I will have good result. I didnt know why. In the surgery room I met with Dr Alok and there were some assistants. All the assistants were very young and must be weighing less than 50kgs (I mean to say that they are very lean). In the OT there is this big TV with Youtube, Netflix and everything. You can watch whatever you like. I was given some pills about 4-5 prior to surgery. So my surgery(only punching) started around 5.30pm and lasted till 8.30pm. Only painful moments were when they were giving anesthesia especially at the front and at the temples. They were constantly checking if there was any feeling of pain, discomfort etc., Dr Arika did the punching at the front hair line and side temples. She must have operated on me for about 30mins of the time. The rest was done my Dr Alok and Dr Shishir(I did not mind because I felt they were equally good). I think some assistants also worked on me while give anesthesia. It was over and they put a surgical cap and sent me to the room giving instructions about not banging head over anything etc., The next day was tedious one. The next day was tedious one. Extracing and planting the hair follicles. Dr Arika mam operated for very less time. Dr Shihsir did for about 50% of the time and some assistant worked about an hour. I think extraction was done mostly by assistants. Punching was done by Dr Shishir. Arika mam did planting at the temples and the hair line. You wont get to see the TV screen that much during this surgery as you mostly have to be on your stomach. All through the surgery I played some AR Rahman songs. I fell asleep for an hour or so. I could see that even the assistants were tired at the end of surgery and were telling Dr Shishir that their hands were aching and all. Finally surgery got completed at around 1pm and they had to wake me up after that. Billing was done prior to the surgery and I had hurry up after surgery as I had to catch the flight at around 5pm. It was already 2pm and Dr Shishir briefed about meds to be taken. Before I thought I would spend some good 30 mins about post-surgery instructions but it had to be rushed in 10mins as I did not have time. I did not even have time to have it there(All because of mischeduling the starting of the surgery ) and took the parcel with me to eat on the way to airport. Except for the hospitality, I was overall satisfied with the work done. I was told that it will take 7-8 months for full result. Dr Shishir asked me to give him a call after I reach home. I reached and called around 10.30 pm and he again repeated the instructions. After the surgery was over they covered my head with surgical cap and asked me to spray saline water over transplanted area every 4 hours for next 4-5 days. They gave me a bandana(very wierd one) to cover over the cap. To my surprise it was not that much noticeable in Delhi airport. Even the security personnel appeared as if they are used to seeing that. They gave me an adult pad to keep over my pillow. All the night it was damp at my back and next morning I could see that the pad was bloody. When I looked in the mirror, the extracted area was bleeding at one place. I panicked and called Dr. Shishir, he told me that it is normal and would continue for 2-3 nights. It did continue for 2-3 nights and stopped after that. Within 3 days extracted area became normal, transplanted area was a little bit heavy and numb(Numbness persisted upto 40days). There was slight swelling upto a inch before transplanted hair line on forehead. Dr Shishir told me to massage the swollen area with two thumbs and it will go away and it did. Did headwash on 7th day, nothing much changed after 1st head wash. Instructions were to mix Dove shampoo in water and apply foam on transplanted area, leave for 30 mins and rub with forefingers in circles gently. I messaged in whatsapp group that nothing changed and they told me to repeat again. Then I researched online and came to know shaving-foam also works better. The next day I applied shaving-foam and did the headwash. I felt that I was a little hard on HT area to remove the scabs( I had to go office the following day) and some follicles came out. I freaked out and called Dr.Shishir and shared him the pics of follicles that came out. He told me that it is normal and it will keep happening in the next few weeks. After 1st head wash. Nothing much changed It is at this point of time that having HT done at trust worthy place helps you. Otherwise you will keep on doubting whether or not a proper HT was done!! Money was already lost and you will loose mental peace and sleep too. That is the reason that even if you are not comfortable with the price, you should be comfortable with the work done. I will share the status of 5 months in few weeks. Apologies for shabby writing.
  9. Who in the world wouldn't want to have the thickest head of hair? Everyone right?! When we imagine our ideal self, aesthetically we call have a particular set of characteristics that we have formed in place. When due to some or the other reason any of our idealized aesthetic forms are challenged or distorted, agitation is anything but natural to be experienced. For this same reason, many a times a lot of individuals are not able to accept the fact that they will not be able to get the density, coverage or hairlines that they find ideal. The expectations rising from their desire to achieve a particular aesthetic does not match the practical availability of the donor and the requirement of the recipient area. There are so many individuals who would rather not go for the transplantation altogether because of this one factor. The turmoil arises from a deeper sense of being and not just a superficial necessity to just find a coverage. Hair transplantation being the cosmetic procedure that it is, can still be a source of satisfaction and happiness to such patients if they can level their expectations. Some of these patients will have never even imagined that a simple change in look can give them the confidence that they have been lacking only because they have never looked at the situation from any other perspective other than theirs. Some are pleasantly surprised at their own change in attitude once they get the results. It may not be as dense and low hairlined as they had imagined but with the correct artistry, their facial features get enhanced and it gives them a situation which is obviously better than what they had. For this to be achieved, thorough expertise and intelligence is mandatory. The key is to tune one's mind into what is possible. Most of the times, we research about the credentials of the clinic, the results they have produced and so on. But we hardly give any time to research and think over what is it exactly that we want and what is the possibility. It is extremely important to ascertain what we are comfortable to carry for the rest of our lives and to visualize ourselves in the proposed possibility. We invest a lot of capital, emotions and trust when we go in for the procedures. And we must make sure that we are ready for what is to come when the results show up. This is also the responsibility of the doctor to visually demonstrate to the individuals and show them the kind of coverage and density that they would have along with the design of the hairline etc. on individuals with similar cases. Hair transplantation is all about achieving satisfaction for the patient as well as the doctor. For that to happen, we need to have a realistic ideal self image. A realistic expectation can always lead to satisfaction and a peace of mind.
  10. Hi Guys, So here I am after many years of research I have made my mind up to get my HT done from Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal at their Delhi Centre on 24th April. Apologies in advance I can’t keep this post short because I have been one of the silent readers on this forum for many years and now, I think it is time to share my experience with others. I know there are many people out there like me who are reluctant to travel to India from UK. I hope they get some inspiration and confidence from my post. It took me many years to make up my own mind to get my HT done in India there several factors like long travel time, cost and skills of doctors etc but now I feel there is one Centre out there in India which produces world class results within. I am saying this because I have spoken to lot of their patients in last one and half years and few of them have even posted their results here on this forum. I also know lot of celebrities got their HT done from Dr Pradeep some came out in open and shares their experience and some doesn’t want to for obvious reasons. I have known Dr Sethi and Dr Bansal for more than one and half year now. Spoken to them several times about my concerns and questions and they have my answered my question without getting frustrated. When I first started following them on their YouTube channel they were not even recommended here on this community at that time. I used to think if these guys are so good how come Bill and his team have missed it. I am glad Bill has found them and recommended here because this has given me some confidence that I was on right track and given us more options within India. Even after Eugenix got recommended I waited for their patients to post their results here before I finalized them because personally, I trust the results shared by patients more than posted by clinics. I have compared Eugenix results with other clinics within India and I don’t see any doctor producing FUE results which is equivalent to the results they are producing. Some can disagree with me, but this is my judgement. I have also seen results from doctor who are recommended here and produced some bad results, but I guess every doctor has produced bad results occasionally and it could be due to various reasons. Important notes to fellow HT candidates: Do your research contact the clinic speak to their patients and once you are confident then make up your mind because that is what I did. I have not found any negative results from Eugenix yet. Don’t be put off by negativity surrounded on forums. This is public forum where anybody can post anything about clinics. This happens lot in India because of competition. I did see one negative post from one forum member recently which has put doubts in my mind. I have just called Eugenix and clarified what has happened I am satisfied with their response. We should always hear stories from both sides. Guy who has posted these comments didn’t had surgery with Eugenix but decided to share someone else experience because he himself has chosen different surgeon. I don’t believe in justifying my reason why I have chosen Dr Pradeep Sethi I will post my results here and will do my results do the talking. I can also go on about other doctors and clinics and criticize them why I didn’t shortlist them for my own surgery but I don’t think it is ethical. If my results are not good, I am happy to take criticism and accept blame. I am not sure what was the motive behind him writing negative comments about other clinics. Anyways this post is not about him or others this post is about my own surgery. Little bit about myself Ethnicity: Indian Age: 35 Norwood Scale: 3 HT planned for frontal area Grafts recommended by Drs: 2500-3000 Surgery Date: 24th April 2019 I will try to post my update every month along with my pictures and will continue to share my experience about Eugenix and surgeons to keep this community up to date. Even though I feel I have made the right choice I am bit nervous that how my results will turn out because for doctors I am just another patient but for me it will be life changing experience. I will continue to post my update to help fellow candidates and I look forward to seeing your comments and feedback. Happy to answers questions about my experience after my surgery.Long way to go. Thank,
  11. I underwent the hair transplant at Eugenix in February 2020 under the supervision of Dr.Arika Bansal at Eugenix , Bhubaneswar. I opted for their Comprehensive Plan and the total grafts count transplanted was 2602 by their DHT procedure. D-Day -1 : Arrived at Bhubaneswar and checked into the hotel booked by Eugenix. Went to the clinic later during the day where Dr. Priyadarshini checked the Blood Pressure and checked for any allergic reaction to the anesthesia. Few medicines were provided to be consumed at night and the next day after breakfast before the procedure. Day 0 : Arrived at the clinic at 9 a.m. Dr.Arika Bansal flew in from Gurgaon the same day morning for the procedure. I was taken in to the OT by 9:30 a.m. Dr.Priyadarshini completed the local anesthesia. The needles did pinch a little but the discomfort was at the very minimum and for a very short time before the medicines start taking effect. Dr. Bansal then walked in and made all the slits. Total slits made were roughly around 2500. The target was for 2000 grafts on the crown area and rest around the mid-scalp to add some density. No work is to be done to the hairline this time round. Once the slits were made Dr.Bansal started the extraction of few grafts and then the technicians took over and extracted and implanted the grafts at the same time. They follow a procedure Eugenix calls Direct Hair Transplant where the grafts are extracted and implanted at the same time to reduce . the time the grafts are laying outside to minimal. The rest of the extraction and implantation were done by the technicians while Dr.Bansal checked in few times to check and monitor the progress. The remaining times Dr. Anil was always there in the OT while the technicians did the extraction and implantation. I opted to complete the whole procedure and then go for lunch so that the grafts are not laying outside for long. The procedure was over around 4 p.m and post op dressing was done and i was provided with few medications. Attaching pictures of Day 0 and Day 1. Apologies for the pictures not being very clear. As i was travelling alone could not do a good job of taking good pictures myself. Will keep posted on the progress.
  12. Hello Folks! This is my second thread on this Forum. My previous thread intended to seek suggestions and gain insight about best FUE surgeons in India. I am very grateful to this forum for all the help. If you want to look at my initial photos please refer to that thread. In this thread I will only record my surgery experience and the journey post-surgery. Ultimately one has to make a decision and I have booked my HT with Eugenix at their Gurgaon location on June 18, 2020. I have selected their most affordable pkg. More excited than me are my friends and relations who have tried everything to save their hair, but never had the courage to opt for a HT. I think a lot of them would follow suit if I get good results. I made this booking about 1 month ago or so when COVID-19 was still not a pandemic and I was hoping that things would calm down by the end of May at most and the self Isolation rules for international passengers arriving in India would be relaxed. Lets see how things unfold. Lot of uncertainty for now. Looking forward to meet @GabreilleN @Abhinay Singh and team Eugenix in June!! Also hoping that the clinic staff and their families stay safe, healthy, and sustain financially in this tough time!
  13. So I have final made this decision to get my HT done by Eugenix Hair Sciences today. I have been losing hair for years now and I feel that this is the right time to get take this step. I choose @Dr. Sethi & Dr. Bansal after going through so many blog posts in this forum. I have checked out the results of the patient and not just the before and after pics, but their entire journey and their updates. I have the surgery planned today and will be posting my post op pics as well as pics before the operation was done.
  14. Valued members, physicians and visitors of our community, As some of you know, Dr. Pradeep Sethi and Dr. Arika Bansal have earned a strong reputation on our forum for producing excellent patient results. The feedback we have received has been overwhelmingly positive. Dr. Pradeep Sethi and Dr. Arika Bansal, have been approved and recommended by the Hair Transplant Network for over two years. During that time, they have been very active on the forum, presenting impressive examples of their work, particularly with Norwood 6's and above. We are now considering them for membership in the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians. This requires that they meet the higher standard of being able to perform, not only quality follicular unit grafting with excellent results, but have the capacity to preform large mega sessions of ultra refined follicular unit grafting. This also requires the ability to do dense packing (as high as 50 and 60 grafts per square centimeter (cm2) in only one session when appropriate for the patient. Not all good quality clinics have cultivated the skill and staff to meet these standards with consistently good growth and quality end results. Coalition physicians must also be willing to operate in a transparent and accountable way knowing that their patients may be reviewing them publicly within hours of surgery. In addition, a physician must have excellent credentials and honors and be esteemed by patients and leading physician colleagues. We believe Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi are worthy candidates for membership in the Coalition. Dr. Arika Bansal has a gold medal from the prestigious Lady Hardinge Medical College in New Delhi. She has published 12 national and international papers, and she has undergone extensive training in the field of surgical hair restoration. Dr. Arika Bansal is one of the few Dermatologists in India to be awarded as a diplomate of the ABHRS. She has over 3,500 successful cases of ultra-refined hair transplantation. Furthermore, Dr. Bansal has co-authored 'step by step hair transplantation' released in 2018. Dr. Bansal also co-authored their patented "Direct-Hair Transplantation Technique" along with her husband and partner, Dr. Sethi. She recently lectured at the ISHRS conference in Dubai in March of 2018, where she demonstrated her FUE extraction technique to her colleagues. Aside from her accolades and credentials, her surgical procedure is truly impeccable. Dr. Pradeep Sethi has over ten years of experience in performing high-quality surgical hair restoration. He is an honorary Professor of Dermatology at DY Patil University. Dr. Sethi was awarded the "Best Hair Transplant Surgeon of India" by The Hospital Management Show & CIMS Healthcare Excellence Award in 2017. He has performed over 4,000 hair transplant procedures to date. He has created and patented his "Direct Hair Transplantation (DHT) Technique." Dr. Sethi has over 15 international lectures and presentations, the most recent being at last months Latin American Workshop in Cancun, where he lectured about corrective surgery and coverage for Norwood 7 patients. Their Surgical Protocol They use motorized FUE punches ranging from 0.8mm to 0.9mm, they create lateral slit recipient sites of 0.9mm-1mm. They perform their patented "DHT" technique, which involves creating the recipient sites first, before extracting the grafts- this is to ensure the grafts are implanted as soon as they are extracted. Their DHT technique improves graft survival because the grafts are outside of the body for a minimal amount of time. They perform ultra-dense packing with 35 grafts per cm2 being the minimum, and they can transplant up to 50-60 grafts per cm2 when it is appropriate for the patient. We believe they have earned the right to be admitted into the elite ranks of the We welcome and value your input and feedback regarding their potential inclusion into the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians. Below are some examples of their work. Clinic Posted Results https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/55284-3233-grafts-at-eugenix-for-a-young-man-with-a-complete-look-change-in-the-first-siting/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/56410-eugenix-3505-grafts-post-op-after-12-months/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/56245-eugenix-dht-2565-grafts-12-months-post-op/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/56040-eugenix-dr-arika-bansal-dht-3575-grafts-8-months-post-op/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/56056-eugenix-dr-arika-bansal-dht-5140-grafts-12-months-post-op/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/54121-eugenixamazingly-natural-looking-hair-line-and-growth-after-5-months-of-hair-transplantation-of-grade-6-7-baldness/?tab=comments#comment-507249 Patient Reviews/Results https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/54054-hair-transplant-dr-pradeep-eugenix-experience-through-an-eye-of-a-physician-who-travelled-from-us-to-india-for-hair-transplant/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/55634-experience-of-an-irishman-after-6-years-researching-puts-his-trust-in-dr-pradeep-sethi-and-drarika-bansal-eugenix-india-for-hair-transplantation-of-a-combination-of-scalp-and-beard-hair/?tab=comments#comment-525967 https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/55832-finally-did-it-3112-grafts-eugenix-new-delhi-indiano-finasteride/?tab=comments#comment-528176 https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/52525-hair-raising-story-fourth-time-lucky/?tab=comments#comment-485933 https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/54302-dr-sethi-and-dr-bansal-8000-grafts-dht-eugenix-27-sep-201718/?tab=comments#comment-510848 https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/43749-nw-67-ht-new-delhincr-region/ https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/56176-7000-grafts-eugenix-2123-dec-2019/?tab=comments#comment-532323
  15. The index patient has had his second session with us as we post this today. His details are are as follows: 1. Age: 30 years 2. Grade of Baldness on the Norwood Hamilton Scale: Grade VII 3. Total number of done for him: 5040 grafts - scalp donor: 3233 - beard donor: 1807 4. Results duration: 7 months 5. First session for the Frontal zone and former mid scalp. 6. He has had his second session for the crown today and we shall await his results. 7. The patient has chosen both his sessions for the complete package with Eugenix hair sciences. So far it has been an amazing journey for him. We feel that it is only going to get better with this second session for him.
  16. Mr. HP is a 36 year old man who has been wearing a wig for 2 years. He decided to get the procedure done with us on the 12/March/2019. His details are as follows: 1. Grade of baldness: 5 2. Number of grafts done: 3505 3. Donor quality: Good 4. Hair calibre: Good 5. Results presented after: after 12 months 6. Hairline has been created -- 7 cm from the glabella. 7. Medications being taken: finasteride'
  17. Female Hairline Introduction: Female hairline is relatively more complex than male hairline. Each female has a specific hairline in mind depending on their own perceptions of beauty. The doctors can definitely give inputs regarding what would look more natural and aesthetic. The donor availability is also an issue in the females. Since females have a very limited donor, i.e., the back scalp only, it is vital that the donor density is properly evaluated and the available grafts are used to their optimum capacity. Indications of Female Hair Transplantation: 1. Naturally high hairline: Sometimes women do not fancy their naturally high hairlines. They turn to hair transplantation for lowering their hairlines. 2. Androgenetic Alopecia: Women can experience baldness with the increase in sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone. This can happen due to a hormonal imbalance in young women and after menopause in women who are in their late middle ages. 3. Traction Alopecia: Constant pull/tension in the hair due to tying them tight can cause permanent loss of hair. 4. LPP (Lichen Plano Pilaris) and other scarring alopecias: In these conditions, the body's own immune system can eat up the hair causing hair loss. 5. Cosmetic surgeries: Surgeries like an eyebrow lift among many others can cause the hairline to get elevated. The distance of the hairline from the glabella is also different in males and females. When it is 8 to 9 cms for the males, for the females it is only 5 to 6 cms. In females, the hairline has many micro and macro irregularities. Additional elements in the female hair line: Widows peak, lateral mounds, cowlick, shape of fronto-temporal recession, size of temporal peak, width of sideburns and the distance from the tragus are determined to the last dot for precision and perfection. This is what helps to balance the different proportions. Creating Recipient sites: The slits in the midline zone (middle 1/3rd or middle 3 finger width) are directed anteriorly and the hair is also directed towards the right side from the left side. The tactile sensation during site creation can provide feedback as to whether the direction and angle is correct: As the blade enters, there should be a very smooth sensation; if the surgeon feels something gritty or crunchy, the angle is most likely incorrect. Lateral mounds are described as protrusions along the frontal hairline, on average 3.75 to 4.0 cm from the widow’s peak or center of the hairline. Lateral mounds are larger and more lateral than in men, and occur with a higher frequency. It is very important to incorporate the lateral mounds into the female hairline to impart a more feminine look. Another difference is that cowlicks were more prevalent in women with 64% of women having some type of cowlick pattern. In patients with a strong whorl, the direction of the transplanted hairs should match those of the cowlick. Many women do have a frontotemporal recession, it is less prominent than in men. If the patient previously had a concave triangle or concave oval shape, this shape can be maintained in an advanced position. These temporal recess show miniaturised hair, and so grafting with fine sentinel hair, as well as single hair grafts (with thin calibre, slow growing and less colour), should be used at the anterior portion of the recess to create a natural appearance. We usually under correct the recess while maintaining the concavity to create a more straight/slightly concave hairline of the fronto-temporal recess in such cases. Attention should be paid to hairline-temple balance in such cases as sometimes temple & temporal points need to be enhanced to balance the augmented fronto-temporal recess. The suitable donor area for the frontotemporal area (FT), temple peak (TP), and sideburns (SB) are the nape/ just behind the ear/front of ear. However, hair shaft diameter in the FT, TP, and SB were smaller than in the donor areas of the temporal, parietal, occipital, and neck regions according to our study. The “baby hair” on the hairline zone are characterised by 1) slow growing, 2) thinner in caliber and 3) lighter in colour. It is very very important that these kind of hair are strategically picked up from the donor area and planted on the hairline zone to create the natural looks in females (though it is also important in males)!
  18. I am pretty close to booking a date for my hair transplant with Dr Arika at Eugenix and will be documenting every step of the process. During consultation, the doctor advised me against taking finesteride within the last month or so before the transplant because it might sprout small hair and could be misleading during the surgery. I also read in another thread that Probability of shock loss can be reduced by taking finesteride before the transplant. Are there cases here where someone has undergone a hair transplant and experienced permanent shock loss, specifically when some of the transplanted hair is close to or between existing and slightly thinning native hair. I am a little worried because I have thinning hair across the back 2/3rds of my head where I am not transplanting any hair. It isn’t miniaturized but is definitely thinner than it was 4 years ago. The plan is to get on finesteride immediately after the transplant to maintain this hair for longer. Could the hair transplant cause permanent shock loss across: 1, Areas where I am transplanting hair between thinning native hair (some of the front area of my forehead) 2, Areas in the back 2/3 of the scalp where hair is thinning but not getting any transplanted hair Finally, what can I do before the hair transplant that can prevent the shock loss. @Melvin-Moderator @Zoomster @Portugal25 @paddyirishman @Azzy US @ag120 @Raphael84
  19. The index patient was 33 years old. His details are: Total grafts planted: 2565 Scalp: 2565 Donor quality: Excellent Hair caliber: Excellent Donor site: Scalp Recipient side : hairline and frontal scalp Result: After 12 months
  20. I came in contact with Dr Pradeep Sethi 5 years back when I took my cousin to him for a hair transplant . My Cousin had visited numerous centres in Delhi till someone told me about Eugenix. Dr Pradeep Sethi struck me as a genuine and enthusiastic person with total dedication and being a dermatologist, that too from AIIMS added further weight to his capabilities. As we got talking I came to know that he graduated from the same medical college as me and we developed an instant rapport. My cousin's transplant results were terrific and transformed his looks altogether. Thereafter Dr Pradeep Sethi set his eyes on my Bald head and Convinced me to undergo a Hair Transplant. Though I liked the idea yet I was in two minds and when I told my wife about it she was totally against it and discouraged me further. My daughter quite like the idea and urged me to go for it immediately. That was in 2015 September end when I had my first Hair Transplant. Being 61 years old at that time, I was quite apprehensive and thus opted for a slightly high hair line and little coverage at the vertex area and since I had a good beard growth, It was suggested by me that the hairline be taken down from the back of my head where the donor area was good and the vertex be covered by my beard hair. the transplant gave me a different and a more confident look, the hairline was still on higher side, which was done on my insistence, even though I went against Dr Pradeep Sethi intentions as I thought the looks should be proportional to my age. In 2019 I decided to join Eugenix and after that in January 2020 I had a second transplant wherein my Hairline was redone to a slightly lower level temples re constructed and vertex area covered further. This time again, I Insisted on leaving the occipital region to leave a slightly bald look at the back to make it look natural and commensurate to my age, which now is 65 yrs. I must add that Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal did a tremendous job and is appreciated by all the people I show my old snaps to and what I look now. I thank them from the bottom of my Heart and my gratitude is boundless. First Sitting Surgery date 28/10/2015 Total no. of Grafts : 2000 Scalp : Beard : Donor quality: fair Hair caliber: Good Donor side: Scalp , Beard Recipient side: Hairline, front scalp Second Sitting Surgery date 02/01/2020 Total no. of Grafts : 2155 Scalp : 1955 Beard : 200 Donor quality: fair Hair caliber: Good Donor side: Scalp , Beard Recipient side: Hairline, temples, crown
  21. First of all my regards and special Thanks to this website and the people who made it easy for me and others to learn more and gain experinece about hair and hair transplantations. I am male 34 years of age from London living in Dubai. I have done quite a lots of research in hair transplantations and finally decided to allow Dr Pradeep of Eugenix in India to do my hair transplantation. I will be flying there soon and I shall update you step by step of my experience so I too can be of some help for somebody up there.
  22. 1st HT - 4400 Grafts- FUE/BHT Darling Buds - Jan 20 - 2015 Dr Bhatti https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/41407-fue-4394-grafts-dr-tejinder-bhatti-india/ H T Eugenix After searching Doctors experienced in achieving good density in extensive bald patients through FUE and BHT, I found Eugenix and decided to have my second and third Hair Transplants with them. Both procedures were preformed through DHT - (Direct Hair Transplantation) A Modified version of FUE where the grafts are Implanted within minutes of Extraction as a result increasing survival rate. 2nd HT - 4500 Grafts - FUE/BHT Through DHT - Sept 27 - 2017 Dr Sethi - 3000 Head Grafts + 1500 Beard Grafts 3rd HT - 3500 Grafts - FUE/BHT Through DHT - Sept 27 - 2018 Dr Bansal - 2000 Head Grafts + 1500 Beard Grafts The HT Procedures with Eugenix - New Delhi Planning the Hair Transplant and Hair Shave Local Anesthesia slight Bearable Discomfort Recepiant Sites made By Dr Sethi + Dr Bansal Extraction and Implantation - Simultaneously. Patient Advice Highly Recommend Eugenix, especially if you have extensive hair loss. Both my procedures were Successful and I am Very Happy with my decision and the Results achieved. Eugenix provides accommodation so I stayed at the clinic 3 days after my Hair transplant before flying back to London. Highly recommend staying at the clinic which is based 45 mins away from New Delhi Airport. Some advice for future patients, On the flight back you want to chose an Aisle Seat next to the Toilets so you can Spray the Grafts with Saline Solution in the restroom. Also get a Travel Pillow. A Big Thank you Dr Arika Bansal and Dr Sethi and the Eugenix team, but also Nelson for taking care of me when at the clinic, and reassuring me before and after the procedure. My Post Op Hair care Routine I'm using a Sulfate and Paraben Free shampoo and a conditioner but also Nizoral 3 times a week Regaine foam daily and Vitamins - Saw Palmetto - Pumpkin Seed Oil - Zinc - D3 - B Complex
  23. Being a neighbor to the clinic, he has been an obvious example for us. We feel fortunate to have such friends around us and their unending support. Plus he is giving us his love and unending friendship bu sharing his experience through a video testimonial. Please do witness his absolute and amazing hair growth. Total no. of Grafts - 2378 Beard - 978 Scalp - 1400 Result - After 12 months
  24. Grade 7 First Sitting 1 year back, front and mid scalp Total no. of grafts - 5212 Scalp - 2642 Beard - 2570 Second Sitting 7 months back, Crown Total no. of grafts - 2912 Scalp - 1452 Beard - 1460 You know what’s traumatising? Having to hear no when you want to hear yes… that’s whats traumatising! When it comes to aesthetics and paid procedure, one would usually think that any doctor would take up the case and produce a complete turnaround look. Alas, that is not true most times. When Mr Jangs came to us with a heavy heart, we were surprised that he had been facing rejection from so many clinics for his hair transplantation procedure. He was a Grade 7 on the Norwood Hamilton Scale of baldness and had thinning in his donor also. A lot of the clinics were actually scared to take up his case for the procedure. Cases like his highlight the difference in the expertise, ethics and the will to do something correct in the different clinics proclaiming themselves to be the best. There is nothing sort of best or worst. It is always about whether you have the ethics, character, courage and the skills to get the perfect job done. So, we decided to go for 5212 grafts for his first session; where we extracted 2642 grafts from his back scalp and 2570 grafts from his beard. We covered 2/3rd area of his scalp with this procedure. As you can witness his results after 7 months of the first session, he has a beautiful growth. Thereafter, we decided to go for the second session for the 1/3rd area. The following pictures shall depict his growth after 7 months of the second session and 14 months after the first session. The process of hair transplant is so much more than just a medical procedure where you extract and implant grafts. It is about having the intelligence to capitalise on the available grafts and to intelligently place them on the correct places. It is about artistry at it’s core. It is always about creating a magical illusion that breathes through and through and could most possibly bring colours into the lives of individuals who would otherwise be disappointed in life all simply because of something as insignificant as – hair!
  25. Hi everyone Age : 34 Hairfall : Norwood 2 - 3 ( i think 3 doc says 2) I have been observing the forum for a month now. My friend recently had a transplant in the usa and encouraged me to look at options for my hairloss. he also guided me to this website and im very happy to see people share and learn from each others experiences. I had read reviews about Eugenix Hair Sciences and reached out to Mr Abhinay Singh, who had also posted his HT journey here. He put me through to his team and i had shared my pics with them. The team then communicated to me its better to make the observations in person and evaluate my options. I got in touch with Mr Imran at Mumbai branch of Eugenix, and made an appointment since Dr Pradeep Sethi was available in Mumbai for the week. Initial consultation was done by Dr Shrilekha. She said HT is not required immediately and advised me to take Finestride and Minoxidil for a few months to preserve the natural hair. She also suggested if im still not satisfied with results on medication i can then go for a HT. We took some photos and waited sometime for Dr Pradeep Sethi to join us. He came in and patiently walked me though my current situation by placing a camera on my head and showed me where i can expect improvements if i take finestride and where i cannot. he also said if i wanted to do the HT then i would probably need between 1500-2000 grafts. But he also seconded Dr Shrilekha and said take finestride and get in touch in a few months and then we can evaluate options for HT if i wanted them. It was overall a pleasant experience at Eugenix. I also had met a couple of people who had already done HT with Eugenix and i was interacting with them while i was waiting for the doc. Their experiences were positive and i could visibly see the improvement on them and it was good. My concern right now is taking finestride and its possible side effects. I have read some of the negative experiences from few members on the forum and im still not sure if i want to take it. On the other hand the doctor assured me that only a small percentage of people will experience side effects and i need to give meds a fair chance before deciding to go for a HT. Should i take fin and evaluate after 3-4 months or should i go ahead with HT ? Looking forward to suggestions.
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