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  1. I have been researching for a couple of weeks. Although I can't rule out there may be good doctors in India that are not necessarily popular in this forum, I still need a way to know for sure. So I'm mainly considering the doctors/clinics that are referenced in this forum. In the process I consulted many clinics with varying prices and confidence. History of hair loss: My hair loss started almost 10 years ago(late teens) and in the current stage now. It's genetic from my maternal grand mother's side. All her brothers are bald and many examples in their families with people having history of losing hair when they were young. I have been unlucky. Some are not talked in this forum such as some clinics like: 1. redefineu 2. sriroop 3. microsurge Some are referenced in this forum due to their popularity in foreign nationals(?) and good results(?): 1. Eugenix (I got to know this first from a friend whose colleague has done the procedure here.) 2. DermaClinix 3. MediSpa 4. DHI India 5. Dr. Madhu (I don't see recent posts though in this forum) What do you think about DermaClinix if I get my surgery by their main doctors? I can't afford top packages in Eugenix that are done by Dr. Arika or Dr. Pradeep. To be honest even their comprehensive package is a bit high to me. My question is, is it better to have surgery performed by: 1. The main surgeons of DermaClinix (AIIMS alumini just like Dr Arika and Sethi) 2. (or) The Comprehensive Package of Eugenix where they mentioned that the procedure will be done by Eugenix trained doctor and technicians. (Not Senior Doctors, Senior doctors is a different package). Note: Most clinics told it's grade 6 except DermaClinix. Eugenix Proposal: (They told it's grade 6) As per Eugenix my graft requirement is 5500: (3500 to 4000 from scalp, and 1500 from beard). This is the density proposed by them: 1. Frontal Scalp: 2200 to 2500 2. Mid Scalp: 1500 3. Crown: 1500 Single session(2 days procedure). Medi Spa: I got a reply from Medi Spa via email. They proposed 4000 grafts from donor scalp area using their FUT+FUE technique. This will be a single day procedure. They told another session will be needed later on to cover crown area but didn't specify number of grafts. I asked them a follow up question whether they can use my beard hair to increase number of grafts and coverage on crown area in the first session. They told that is possible but they can only tell a day before the surgery in personal consultation about that and how many grafts they can do(500-1000 easily if possible). The charge varies for beard grafts(not a problem for me given that I have limited options now). Update from Medi Spa: 1000 grafts can be taken easily from beard but they still wouldn't touch crown area. That will be done only after 12 months in a different session. Derma Clinix Proposal: (They told it's grade 7) 1. 7000 grafts. 2. Session 1: About 4500 grafts covering frontal and mid area. 3. Session 2(For crown. After 3 months after donor is healed and evaluation of the prior session): Remaining 2500 grafts. 4. Slightly different pricing if I choose BIO FUE. (Both Scalp and Beard hair will be used similar to Eugenix) DHI India DHI was conservative in giving their estimated they just told 5000 hairs will be planted. Note that these are hairs/follicles not grafts which I obviously felt wouldn't be sufficient. Appreciate your comments on pictures and my situation. (PS: I'm from India. The perception of pricing may differ from a western view due to Socio Economic Factors.) Off topic: I feel it's better to enable the Follow Topic check box by default for question posters as they most probably would like to see the replies. I'm guessing this is the reason some are not coming back to forum after their hair transplant even if we comment on their post to post their current status as they wouldn't receive an email. Just a thought.
  2. Long time lurker at the forum, after a couple of years of browsing through the website and looking up results, I've finally opted for a procedure @ Eugenix, Gurgaon on December the 10th - it's just a day away. I've had an in person consultation with Dr.Sethi last year, and another consultation over the phone with Dr. Arika. They recommend around 1200 grafts, I'm guessing it'll be around the 1400-1500 mark if we get around to fixing my temples. I'm 26 years of old, no major signs of baldness nor does my family have a history. Currently breaching NW 2, hopefully I'll get some pictures in for you guys in a couple of days. I'm praying everything goes smooth, will keep this thread updated over the course of my entire journey. This forum has been very helpful in helping me zero in on a good doctor, so thank you. Any pre-op/post-op advice? I'm all ears! Cheers!
  3. After a lengthy amount of time spent researching, I am booked in for a two day transplant with Dr. Arika Bansal of Eugenix on 7/15-7/16 for 5000 grafts. I will be sharing pre/post-op pictures and my journey on this thread! Thanks to everyone who shared their experiences on this forum.
  4. 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.
  5. Hi All, First of all i would like to thank all the incredible members on this forum who have been constantly providing such immensely valuable advice for all people who are affected by hair loss and sharing their stories. I would be adding my experience and journey here as a way of giving back to the community from which i have learnt so much. To share my story, i am 35 years old, living in India, have been losing hair continuously since last 8-10 years and my hair thinned out a lot recently. I am probably a NW IIIB. After having gone through consultation with a lot of clinics, i came across this forum couple of years back and have been studying real cases and the advice of the members here. After many years of research, i shortlisted down to 2 clinics in Delhi, India - Eugenix and Medlinks. I met both Dr Gaurang and Dr Sethi sometime in 2019 and 2020 respectively and was pretty satisfied with my consultation with both of them. I personally know a couple of my friends who have got really good results from Dr Gaurang but then i came across a few posts here citing concerns around poor donor management at Medlinks (Dr Gaurang) and so decided to wait. After going through cases and cases of good transplant story by Eugenix, i slowly started tilting more towards this clinic. I am little skeptical by nature so i got the last mile of confidence when i saw the legends in this forum who have been constantly praising Eugenix decide to put skin in the game and get their own transplant booked with them I booked the 120 rs exclusive package with Dr Arika Bansal I was in touch with Aditya Ganguli from Eugenix regarding all my pre operation formalities etc. He was extremely professional and responsive. I landed up a day prior in Gurgaon and was given accomodation in Double tree by Hilton which is just 10 mins from the clinic. On surgery day, they took my blood for PRP, tested anesthesia reaction and gave me some meds prior to surgery. Then Dr Arika came and drew my hairline based on the 1500 graft estimate that was provided to me earlier. I asked her to draw a little conservative hairline because of the receding pattern of my brother and i seem to be on the same path I asked doctor if i should also add a bit of temple but she suggested against it as i have some temple and i agreed. Also i have small patches of less density in my exisiting hair which i asked if it could be filled, but doctor suggested me against it citing it might affect my exisiting hair. Post hairline design, i was taken to the OT where i was administered anesthesia and then Dr Arika did all my incisions in the recipient area. Dr Arika also cracked a few jokes and made the atmosphere light, so i started feeling at ease. Post the incisions, Dr Arika left and the technicians started with the extraction and implantation process. The work on my left scalp continued for around 3 hours post which i was given lunch. Post lunch, the technicians started operating on the right side of my scalp. During the entire process, i was a little nervous in between and kept asking the technicians if they can call the doctor to make sure everything was going ok but i got the same response that Dr Arika/Dr. Shishir would visit towards the end for the final touch up. Towards the end of my surgery, Dr Shishir finally came to make sure everything was ok and did a few touch ups in the end post which my surgery was over. The technicians seemed to be really experts in their task, however i would have really preferred if everything happened under the supervision of a doctor (even though a junior doctor would have been fine). This is one thing i was little dissapointed about my entire experience at Eugenix and would really request the representatives here to put across as a suggestion to the senior team. Apart from this everything was planned and executed really well and specially the warmth of everyone around was something you dont get to see very often. The entire process was almost close to painless and the technicians performing the surgery kept asking me about my comfort level from time to time which was really nice. Also the hygiene was top class. 10/10. Post my surgery, i was given the post op kit and medications for next seven day and Dr Shishir explained me all post op care in detail. They added me to a whatsapp group to provide clear day to day instructions on everyday care. Yugbir and Viswanath have been really helpful regarding this. Today i have completed 9 days post my hair transplant and had my 2nd headwash. I will share my pictures soon once i edit them( hopefully today or tomorrow) and will be updating my progress every month or earlier if there is anything specific to post about. I am really really excited to see how this entire thing turns out on me after years of looking at other people's transformation. Hoping for the best guys and first of all thanks to Eugenix (Dr Arika, Dr Shishir and the entire team) for performing this life changing surgery on me and thanks again everyone in this forum who have been sharing their abundant knowledge with us, can't thank you all enough! P.S.: Happy to add more info if anyone wants and i might have skipped.
  6. After years and years of deliberation, denials, comb-over/unders; I've finally decided to take the plunge. And after talking/consulting with around 7 surgeons, picked Eugenix as the best choice. Apart from the amazing results they seem to consistently churn out, what swayed me was the fact that they seemed to genuinely care; as in not as a patient or a customer but genuine care. I could see that in every interaction I had with them. Prologue I never had thick hair but it was pretty good till 35. Then the decline started with receding hairline and thinness. This led me to fist be a silent stalker in this forum and research as much as I can. And then early this year, became more active as I had a (self imposed) point of no return set for 2021 Have to say thanks to @Melvin- Moderator @Dr. Suhail Khokhar multiple reps from other doctors and of course, @Abhinay Singh! And also, to the well detailed stories from @paddyirishman @Looking for HT and @Zoomster I hope to do the same for the community (And this post is a start) Had my initial consultation with Dr Arika Bansal that @Abhinay Singh helped coordinate early this year. She answered all my questions and on call drew a pretty balanced hairline and estimated around 2,500 grafts to achieve that. I wanted to be a little less aggressive and leave around 2,500 grafts for a procedure down the road (If I chose to). After picking Eugenix (Reason above!) Decided on doing this sometime in July and booked with tentative date as mid-July. Sometime in May I picked the dates and booked my flights. Thankfully the travel ban didn't affect me so there were no last minute cancels. We had one more video consult with Dr. Bansal (And well, thousand line chat with Abhinay with my never ending questions...) and with nervous excitement set out to fly the 16 odd hours to Delhi! Day (-) 1 Landed in Delhi around 9 PM and (Thanks to a surprisingly super fast immigration/validation process) was in the hotel by 10 PM. Eugeix had booked me into the Hilton nearby and the hotel sent the car. Both Suryakant and Anil called me multiple times to check and welcome me. Have to say, their dedication is amazing (Much more on that later). Got to the hotel and after a heavy dinner (United food sucks!) slept early to prepare for the day ahead! Also, Eugenix folks were kind enough to setup a blood-work appointment at the hotel (Had some tests I couldn't do in the US plus the COVID test to fly back) (To be continued...)
  7. Hi all, 9 hours ago I landed in New Delhi, and due to mega queues at the airport finally hit the hay at approx 5.30am local time. So right now at 11.25am I’m a little (a lot!) under-slept and rather hungry, but I’m here and will be updating this thread throughout the course of my journey. I’m currently writing from my hotel room at the Double Tree by Hilton, arranged through Eugenix. I’m scheduled for around 2,500-3,000 grafts into the frontal third with Dr Arika on Saturday 27th. We’ll see what the final graft count comes in at once we’ve done the hairline design & Dr Arika has seen me in person etc. Naturally I’ll be posting photos on this thread, but I’ll also try to include as much relevant information on my experience with Eugenix in general, as well as any tips & tricks for those travelling from afar in terms of medical visas, flights, challenges, food & things to navigate. I’m due to have some blood tests and am waiting to find out the details on where and when that will be happening. All I can say at this point is that my driver was there to collect me at the airport exactly where & when he said he would be and that he’s a saint for patiently waiting for about two hours past my scheduled arrival time for me to actually emerge from the airport! Feel free to ask any questions. Cheers Berba 🙂
  8. Hey Guys! After lurking on this forum for years, I finally decided to create an account and post my hair transplant journey here. Before I go into the specific details, I want to say thank you to this forum and everyone here for providing such thorough feedback and reviews. This truly helped me a lot in terms of selecting the best HT surgeon for myself as well as helping me manage MPB all those years prior. Background: I always had a fear of losing hair/thinning since I was a kid given that half of my paternal side are NW6-7s including my dad. This made me consult a dermatologist at 19 years old and he prescribed minoxidil 5% to me (I wish I knew about finasteride by then ). Minoxidil definitely helped thicken my hair but it definitely hit a plateau but it helped maintain what I had so I was not concerned at all. When I was 21 years old, things took a turn for the worst once I started working out and incorporated creatine into my workout routine. Now while creatine helped a lot with my workout, it absolutely destroyed my hair and definitely accelerated my MPB! The amount of thinning I noticed after a few months on creatine was insane...it really felt like 60% of my hair had miniaturized and basically I started to aggressively diffuse thin over scalp except for sides and back. Thanks to in depth research here on this forum and other places + dermatologist check up - I immediately got the prescription for Fin. Thankfully, the combo of Fin and minoxidil helped thicken my diffuse thinning hair and maintained it for 3+ years. I am now 25 years old and still on Fin 1mg/day + minoxidil 5% once a day and the combo has definitely preserved and slightly improved my hair since starting it. That said, my hairline had receded quite a bit at 21 and no improvements from meds there thus making my forehead look huge + wide and changing my entire face shape as a result. There was also still a lot of diffuse thinning visible through my hair despite being on meds for 3+ years. This is were the HT part comes in. Action Plan When I began doing my HT research - this forum was super helpful and resourceful. I had initially planned to travel to Spain or the States (where I lived for couple of years so more familiar) for my HT but once COVID happened, that was cancelled quickly. Fortunately, this allowed me to research into HT options within my own country India. For context, I work and live in Dubai but originally from India so it was really important for me to find a good HT clinic in my country as it would be the least hassle to travel to especially during COVID times. Luckily, I came across Eugenix online and I was amazed by their results. I also came to know that they were coming to Dubai for meet & greet few weeks later. This was in March 2021 where I got to meet both Dr. Arika and Dr. Pradeep and I was convinced to get my HT through them. When it comes to the surgery, I requested to work with both doctors (both are already outstanding on their own but I believe them together are the dream team). After several months of back and forth, I was finally able to get a date for Dec 2nd. Luckily, I also had family that stayed 2-3km from the main clinic itself so definitely made things quite easy. A Big shoutout to Rishabh who helped with the whole transition and scheduling process! Hair Transplant Day Plan & Design - This was done by Dr. Pradeep Sethi and accompanied by Dr. Vineetha (Sr.Doctor). This was very important to me as this would be the framework of the look itself so I had my questions ready. But the session did seem to end pretty quickly and I can see that how someone may feel that the session was rushed especially if they didn't know what to expect from the plan & design session or didn't come with questions prepared. My main questions were around the hairline being a bit too high and my forehead looking very wide & big. Dr.Pradeep said that the hairline I suggested (5-5.5 cm from glabella) would be too low for my face and proposed to keep it between 6 and 6.5cm. In addition, he also decided to work on my temples which would address my "wide" forehead concerns all the while keeping my donor area and future thinning in mind. The other concern was my crown - here I was not sure as I definitely wanted more hair but was also afraid of shock loss given that it still had lots of miniaturizing hairs in the area. Dr. Pradeep did say there was a risk a of shock loss but it is very rare and temporary given that I am consistent with my fin 1mg usage which I am in for the long haul. I also wanted to get my mid scalp area done but Dr. Pradeep said that there would not be enough space here and it would definitely damage the existing native hairs and is too risky to transplant there. Due to amount of grafts required (3,150) - My surgery was split across two days - Dec 2nd and 3rd. Operation: All Slits were done by Dr.Pradeep Sethi All extractions were done by Dr.Arika Bansal Hairline Implantation was done by Dr.Pradeep Sethi Rest of the implantation was done by Sr. doctors & technicians Grafts - 3,150 Around 1821 grafts for front + hairline (300 singles for hairline) Around 670 grafts split between both temples Around 659 grafts for crown area Pre-Op Pics - Dry hair - Marked areas in black with wet hair - Marked areas in black and shaved I will soon follow up with post-op review and pics in part 2. Just need to finish uploading the post op pics to laptop Thanks
  9. Hello everyone, I want to give back to this forum by posting my recent experience with Eugenix Hair Sciences in Delhi, India. I write this review from the Westin Gurgaon in Delhi, having just undergone 2.5 days of a hair restoration procedure with the Eugenix team. Before I begin (feel free to hop to "Highlights" for the start of the actual write up) I want to give a big thanks to @Kirkland (check out his own Eugenix experience posted on this board) and to a couple members of the Eugenix team who made me - a Canadian thoroughly outside of my cultural context and comfort zone - feel comfortable and in good hands while at the clinic. Thank you Kirkland for checking in on me as my procedure unfolded, helping me on my Visa process, and for providing inspiration through your own experience posted on this forum. Thanks to Yugbir, a post-operative care specialist who sat down with me when I first arrived at the clinic and immediately made me feel welcome. He and another guy's name who I didn't get gave me a solid outline of what I would experience over the next few days. About ten minutes into the conversation Yugbir revealed that he had a procedure done himself, which looked great and immediately made me feel confident in my choice to go with Eugenix. I would also like to thank Dr. Shishir Chandra, who spent alot of time on me throughout the 2.5 days. He is a consumate professional who knows his stuff, and I felt very comfortable under his capable hands for the bulk of my procedure. I'd also like to thank Rizwan, who is on the business side of things at Eugenix, but neverthless helped me out with some post-op logistics and gave me a well rounded picture of Eugenix's ethos and business practices outside the operating room. And of course, a warm thank you to Dr. Bansal for designing a fantastic natural hairline (though I leave it to you all to be the judge). Dr. Bansal is a very busy woman, and even with the Premium package I did not get to see much of her, but suffice to say that when I did, and specifically when she was in the room working on my hairline and doing the slits, it was clearly evident how technically skilled and competent she is at her art. I can emphatically state that her reputation is well earned. So, here we go: Highlights - MPB progression: Somewhere between NW3v and NW5a. Noticed balding at 24-25. Confidence in appearance shattered by 28. - Donor Quality: good to very good; wavy/curly hair, soft skin, multiple follicles per graft - Cost: Eugenix Premium Package with Dr.Bansal. 210 INR per graft. Total procedure cost ~$20,000 CAD. Travel/hotel/PCR RT tests/Visa: another $5,000 CAD. Research Phase This part is straight forward. At 32 I realized I did not want to just lay down and accept my balding. A very close friend of mine started taking Fin, and that led me down the rabbit hole into a world where I found it was, in fact, not a given that I had to go bald. To my amazement, my genetics could be overcome. I started obsessively researching clinics and procedures, stumbled across this forum, looked at the patient results from Eugenix, and the rest is history. The previous sentence is a little hyperbolic - I did several extensive consultations before deciding to choose Eugenix. I spoke to reps from Hasson and Wong, Dr. Rahal, and had an email consult with Dr. Blake Bloxham. While these all varied and gave me important information, I ended up choosing Eugenix because it matched better with my goals and timelines. You can check out my original posts - but here is what my hair looked like in all its MPB glory around 2 months ago: Pre-Arrival After a consultation with Amandeep from Eugenix I bought the Eugenix pitch and decided to go for it, scheduling my procedure for Nov 8th. This will only really be relevant to Canadians, and if you're reading this after November 2021 the Covid-19 situation may have changed, but it is an arduous process to get the Medical Visa granting access to India. If you're planning on heading to Eugenix I suggest referring to Kirkland's write up on this (I did and it helped a great deal) and you can reach out to me in DMs and I'll help where I can. The Indian consulate is tough to deal with. They are not service oriented, which makes sense as they are bureaucrats and not service providers. They also use an external courier service (BLS International) which comes with it's own set of headaches. If you can, try to allow for as much planning and time as possible in submitting your Visa application. I did not have this option and I received my Medical Visa the day before my flight departed. with no communication from the consulate until I received it. This was not ideal, and a hell of a gamble on flights, PCR test costs etc. Arrival Travelling to India to do this kind of procedure is no joke. If you're coming from Europe or North America be prepared for the flight, but mostly be prepared for the time change and the culture shock. Delhi is a different beast - there are almost as many people in the city as there are in Canada, and that becomes rapidly apparent as soon as you step off the plane. Eugenix makes this transition as smooth as possible. At one point I was talking to three different WhatsApp numbers covering all pre-planning aspects. The day before my flight a concierge got in touch with me and as promised, had a driver waiting to greet me right when I got out of customs. If you choose Eugenix and you're coming from North America, just be prepared for a brutal flight followed by the time change. The clinic is great about planning the surgery after you've had a night to recover in the hotel, but travel length and time change will combine to rock your world. Recognizing this, Eugenix went easy on me on day 1. Day 1 I arrived at the clinic around 3:30pm Indian Standard Time. The drive to the clinic was eye opening, and arriving at the clinic almost moreso. Cultural context is important here, and for a Westerner Eugenix is a lot to take in initially. I would best describe it as Controlled Chaos, which is not necessarily a bad thing. WIthin the first 20 minutes I had spoken to at least 6 people, many of which knew my name and greeted me warmly. Within 30 minutes I was whisked off into photos, followed by a rapid hairline drawing by a very busy Dr. Bansal, then into a video pre-procedure interview. Eugenix markets themselves well, but we all know on this forum that the patient-posted results speak for themselves. I signed a media consent form (you can find me on youtube in the near future using James as a psuedonym), as well as a procedure consent form and a Covid-19 declaration form. Here is what my drawn hairline looked like: With my life thoroughly handed over, I changed into medical gowns and was off to the races. Dr. Bansal started on slits on my frontal region and right temple. During the procedure she noted that I was an atypical patient (about 1 or 2 in 100) with a frontal cowlick, which she decided to rebuild. I'm happy with that. I loved my cow lick. The Dr is a total no-nonsense professional. She'll humour you a bit with small talk but don't expect much. She has a job to do and she performs it flawlessly. My big takeaway from Day 1 is that the slits are, from the patients perspective, the quickest and easiest part of the procedure. This is how my frontal area and right temple slits looked after I was back in the hotel room (sorry I did not get better photos - I was wrecked from jet lag and anxiety): Day 2 Day 2 saw around 2400 grafts extracted and planted, covering my frontal area to mid scalp. Dr. Shishir marathoned this with me and I felt well taken care of. Hair restoration is a minimally invasive procedure, but the time spent lying down with your scalp being drilled into, injected, incised, and split apart is no joke. These marathon sessions are brutal. I did 10 hours on Day 2 and Day 3 and I have serious respect for anyone going 6k+ grafts. The procedure felt like a rite of passage. I experienced an endless dream-state in which my particular slice of MPB played over and over in my head with each acute sensation. At one point I teared up a bit, not from the pain or discomfort, but from the shedding of eight years of fatalism and confidence annihalation my MPB gave me. I was proud of myself for taking the leap. The best things in my life have come from taking reality-warping leaps, and this is right up there. Others here have posted about the Butter Chicken during the break for lunch, and I echo their sentiments. Chefs kiss. It's worth referencing cultural context again here. For the first couple of hours on Day 2 Indian dance music was blaring loudly from a TV in the procedure room. After a couple of hours I found it unbearable, and combined with my already intense anxiety and jet lag, my BP spiked. The Drs made the call to halt the procedure and get my BP down with food and a vigorous quadruple-handed massage, and after I indicated that the music was too much for me the team immediately shifted the music to soft classical music. On Day 3 that soft classical played me all the way through to victory, and though at times I was concerned that the Drs/techs would perform worse without their preferred soundtracks, that did not seem to be the case at all. The end of Day 2 left me exhausted but happy, and the drive back to the hotel felt completely surreal. Here is how I looked at the end of Day 2: Day 3 By this point I was more comfortable, had more time to adjust to the time zone difference, and my BP was reading normally. The finish line was one session away and I was mentally prepared to march toward it, step by hopeful step. On Day 3 around 2100 grafts were extracted and planted. Dr. Bansal did the slits for my crown and left temple, and worked on my hairline at various points throughout the day. The extractions on my upper left donor area were particularly brutal. Apparently I was bleeding alot there, and that oozing dampens the effectiveness of the anesthetic. However, as soon as I indicated any sort of discomfort the techs were there applying their blessed needles with soothing words. It's also worth noting that Dr. Bansal was on some sort of business call while doing slits on my crown, which may be normal in an Indian context but is a little alarming in a Canadian context. I was concerned at first, but it quickly became apparent that her eyes and her hands were a hundred percent focused on me, and I felt comfortable with what was occuring. Dr. Bansal has a powerful aura, and you feel enveloped by it when she is in the procedure room. It is hard to explain the deftness of touch and skill, but you know it when you're lying there under the bright lights hearing her call out instructions to the techs. The rest of the procedure went well. Dr. Shishir excelled again, and the entire team worked in concert, techs and Drs switching in and out to get me through. Because the procedure lengths are so long it is common for techs and Drs to switch in and out, but it is clear they all work as a well oiled machine. It is also common for staff not participating in the surgey to come in and out talking on the phone, asking you how you are, and generally creating the earlier mentioned environment of controlled chaos. This is very different from the Canadian idea of a medical procedure, and the Eugenix team are definitely professionals who are extremely skilled at what they do, but it's worth noting the difference for any Westerners preparing to make their pilgrimage. I felt comfortable and in expert hands throughout the entire process, and I am relieved that I am through and on the other side. Here are the final results of my procedure: Takeaway Eugenix's reputation is well earned. I post this to give back to this great forum which helped to change the course of my life. If I had to go through this all again, knowing what I know now, I would choose to do the procedure with Eugenix again without a second thought. I am incredibly greatful to the Clinic's Drs, techs, and support network of staff that make the experience as comfortable as possible for their patients. If anyone is considering Eugenix, they are the real deal. Feel free to reach out to me anytime with questions. I will make sure to update this thread with my progress. Happy growing hairs, happy growing.
  10. Initially planned for 1800 but ended up in 1900+ Grafts.. Results looks good so far. Overall experience was excellent.. DR SETHI and DR. ARIKA has a great team! If you guys have any question related to my experience, I would love to share.. Throw your Questions.. I will post my updates here! So stay tuned..
  11. 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!
  12. Since we have been recommended on this forum, we are noticing that a lot of patients are either asking about our pricing structure, our cost and some even feel we are slightly expensive than other clinics in India. We also got to know from our ex-patients that they are receiving messages in their inboxes where prospective hair transplant patients are showing some concern about our cost. We thought to clarify the doubts once and for all by posting this post. We believe in providing quality services and great results to all our patients and we don’t believe lowering the price will be the option we will consider. Having said that we do provide a customised quotation for 3000+ grafts and for patients who are on a tight budget we have Eugenix trained doctors who practice under Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal’s supervision. At Eugenix, we take heed to provide our clients with assistance, which goes beyond hair transplant surgeries. Our services also include providing individuals with comfort and a home-like environment at our lodging facility along with smooth commute options for patients visiting us from overseas/ outstations. Equipped with 4-star services, comfortable living facilities ensure your complete comfort under the direct supervision of the operating surgeon. We provide commute options to pick patients up directly from the airport. From the moment you land to the time you take off, your care is in our hands, with our end to end service. Lodging facility is available on the second floor, on the same premises where the doctors are staying and the clinic is situated. You will be wondering that airport transfer, staying and food for two nights are complimentary.
  13. Before I begin, I would like to thank this incredible forum for it's immense wealth of knowledge and diverse experiences. Even being a silent spectator has been great learning journey. Talking about journeys - I've thoroughly enjoyed the excellent write-ups from @MazAB @paddyirishman @rishibostonian @Fluffhead, @Wandererind (Just to name a few) which eventually played a crucial part in deciding to go for a HT. Special Thanks to @Melvin- Moderator for the recent Instagram live with the doctors from Eugenix, India - It was very detailed & insightful.My Background: I have been steadily losing hair from the age of 16 to the point that my hairline has receded quite a lot. I'm 29 (almost 30) now & at a NW grade 3 of baldness. My curly hair helps hide the receded hairline a bit & I had been ok with that up until last year.Eugenix consultation experience: I found this clinic while foraging through the amazing hair transformation stories on this forum. IMO Eugenix is one of the most professional clinics out here in India in terms of communication and business ethics. I love the fact that the doctors here look at HT from an artistic perspective which is very rare in this industry. Since mid last year, I had been dabbling with the idea of a HT and have been in touch with the clinic since then. I never faced any delays from them in answering the numerous questions I've thrown at them. Both Dr. Arika and the consultant I'm working with, have been nothing but patient; Recent Evaluation from Eugenix: 2500 - 2700 grafts on front scalp and Oral finasteride for the rest of the regression.Challenge: I tried Minoxidil when I was consulting with a Doctor from BLR, India. Tried it for 4 weeks. Had minor side effects like migraine and increased palpitations. Post this, we decided to discontinue using Min. Unfortunately, finasteride didn't work for me either. Some side effects cropped up between the 45 - 50 day mark and I decided to stop it completely. It's been close to 6 months I'm off Fin.What are my options going forward?Option A) Try getting back on oral finasteride again before going for a Hair transplant to see if I'm responding to the medication w/o side effects. This option was suggested by the consultant from Eugenix itself. They were completely transparent in communicating that Oral finasteride is the only option to save the existing hair before or after the HT and my side effects were most probably due to over-thinking (may or may not be true). As per the consultant, results from topical fin are not yet proven when compared to oral medication. How long should I be on Fin this time if I take this route? To be honest, I'm a bit taken aback by this and my enthusiasm about the transplant has taken a hit. Option B) Go ahead with the surgery without taking oral Fin This is a pretty risky option in my opinion. The consultant explained that I might end up losing the existing hair in a year or 4 post HT - which might be true and can't be predicted. Any thoughts and opinions are more than welcome. I would love to know if someone has been in the same boat as me. N.B. Please excuse my writing flow.
  14. I'm hoping to have my hairline worked on by Eugenix. I wanted to reach out to them through their "Book an appointment" form. What should I expect after this? Is it going to be my consultation? Or is it a pre consultation chat that I'm booking an appointment for? What should I expect from the consultation? Will I be speaking with a Eugenix surgeon? (Dr Arika Bansal or Dr Pradeep Sethi may be ) Is it going to be a video call? Do they determine number of grafts during the video call? I imagine they would ask me for expected hair line I'm looking for to determine this! Are number of grafts negotiable? How do you agree on the number of grafts? Should I enquire about the method/tools of surgery? I don't know anything about it, should I do some research before hand? Should I get my scalp checked by a dermatologist before I fly to India to see if my scalp is in a healthy condition and is fit for FUE? How many days after FUE will I be able to wear a cap? Thank you.
  15. I have been reading this forum for a while and this is my first post. I got my operation done on 4th november and I thought it would be good to share my experience because one of the thighs that helped me to learn were the real cases that I could find in the forum. About me I currently live in Madrid and my age is 36 years. I started with minoxidil when I was 18 when I saw that I was starting to lose hair and because my grandparents, uncles and father are bald. That didn't stop the hair loss so I tried finasteride, but my GP told me that it could have side effects and unless baldness was a big problem for me he recommended me to quit, so in recent years I have not used anything to stop baldness. During this year I have been seriously thinking about having a hair transplant animated by the information found on the internet, I have started to take finasteride and have made visits to several clinics in Madrid, making the final decision to do the transplant in October. About the clinic Among the many options available, I evaluated the best Spanish clinics and looked at those available in India because my wife is from that country and we planned to go in November this year. After researching with a little more depth about top Spanish clinics and top clinics in India I saw that the best clinics in India offer good results but at a much lower cost than in Spain. But as is happening in many countries there is a lot of research to be done as there has been a large increase in clinics in recent years which has made it harder to find good doctors. In my case I decided to go to Eugenix clinic as it has shown very good results with many patients, they are very transparent with what can be achieved and with what can not be achieved (they do not sell miracles), they transmit great confidence, I have known real cases of their patients and they had availability in the month of November (something that in Spanish clinics was practically impossible). The technique they use is Motorized FUE DHT in which grafts stay off the scalp for less than 30 minutes. The first step is to prepare the receiving area by making slits with a needle that will serve to implant the hair later. In the second step, the hairs are removed and implanted simultaneously to put them in the slits made in the previous step. For the extraction, motorized cole punches are used that releases the follicle, tweezers to remove it and sava implanters to put the follicle in the previously made slits. Eugenix has several clinics in India, we decided to go to the one located in Delhi to avoid extra trips and because in it we could count on Dr. Arika who has had a very good training and experience, and along with Dr. Pradeep is the owner of the clinic. Another advantage of doing so in Delhi is that this clinic has a floor with rooms where you can stay so during the days of operation you do not have to worry about getting up very early and if any problems arise the doctors are also in the same building to be able to see what problem there is. About the personal experience Due to COVID-19 the simple fact of traveling already worried us as we had to take many precautions and fill out a few forms in order to travel. Due to travel restrictions we made a PCR in Madrid two days before traveling. In addition, on the second flight (we went from Madrid to London and London to Delhi) we were made to wear protective screens. Despite everything, the flight was like any other I had already done and in my case I was able to sleep half the trip. On arrival, as promised, a driver was waiting for us at the airport who took us directly to the clinic. There they extracted blood from me for some tests and I had another PCR done again. In the afternoon we spoke to Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika, who did a preliminary analysis and introduced me to a couple of former patients so I could see that after several years their results were maintained. The next day it all started. Together with Dr. Arika we performed the design of the implant and decided the grafts to extract, because of their experience we chose to be conservative, without lowing too much the hairline and covering the crown diffusely. The plan was to divide the transplant into three days and implement 5000 grafts. On the first day most of the work was done by Dr. Arika, she made the slits to mark where the first 3000 grafts had to be implanted and extracted about 1200 grafts, the implantation was made by the most senior technicians of the clinic. As the operation of the first day was 8 hours, we had a break to eat and a couple more since at some times it became uncomfortable to stay in the same position for a long time. On the second day, the doctor made 2000 more incisions and technicians performed the extraction and implantation of 2800 UF. This day was 10 hours of operation so we did more breaks. On the third day, technicians extracted 1150 grafts from my beard, implanted 1000 in the incisions made the previous day. The remaining ones were decided by Dr. Arika to give a little more density to the crown. During these four days, breakfast, lunch and dinner were provided by the clinic. As they do not have a kitchen, they ask you for your preference and request food from nearby restaurants, which in my experience were all good. Also, I was able to talk to Dr. Pradeep and other clinic patients, that made me feel like I was at home all the time since the whole team cares about answering any questions and even during the night you can call them in case you think something isn't right (in my case nothing happened). The postoperative The last day of the operation the doctor gave me some recommendations and medications for the first 7 days after the operation, and a series of guidelines for the first 30 days. I have already spent the first 7 days and have not had any difficulty (except problems sleeping comfortably with the neck pillow) so for now I am quite happy.
  16. 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.
  17. 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
  18. Hello Members, I have been doing some research on hair transplant from few months and consulting few of recommended surgeons by this platform. I am currently Norwood 6. So far I have contacted Dr. Yaman, Dr. Bicer and Eugenix. Here is the Summary: 1. Dr. Yaman : Estimated 4500 grafts, Cost 3250€ or 2350€ based on which package i choose. FIN to be taken if not atleast Biotin and Sawpalmetto. 2. Dr. Bicer: 3500 grafts, Cost 5250€ for first operation and after a year 3500€ for second transplant. Surprisingly the clinic has not recommended FIN due to side effects. Also, they did not suggest any alternative like Dr. Yaman clinic. 2. Eugenix: 3000 grafts (Head) + 1000 grafts (beard), Cost around 5250€ for first operation if I go for 120 rupees package with some involvement of Dr. Arika Bansal. They also recommended FIN. I asked for any alternative and yet to hear from them. I was almost into Dr. Yaman but now thinking of taking time. Who would be better among Dr. Bicer and Eugenix? Or any other doctor with similar pricing? I have attached some photos below.
  19. The picture qualities are not upto the current standards due to them being from the old stock. Sharing one old patient of 2012-13. An extreme case of baldness with poor scalp donor approached us in 2012 with expectations of a complete full head with hair. He already had a procedure of 2000 odd grafts from another clinic. He wanted to be double sure that we can grow good hair, so he first asked us to do 2000 chest grafts. (His chest hair were unusually very robust!) Most of these 2000 hair grew in 6 months and he developed confidence in us and went for 5000 grafts (4000 beard and 1000 scalp). After 6 months he went for another 5000 grafts (4500 beard, 500 scalp), to enhance the density and lower the hair line. After one year he went for augmenting the hairline and enhancing the density in some areas with another 2500 grafts (1500 from beard and 1000 from scalp). So, in total he has received 16,500 grafts over 2.5 years ! The facial scars are hardly visible, due to the very sharp, small punches and a rapidly healing skin of the face. Note: The patient had a dream of being on stage in acting and singing. Due to baldness he was lacking confidence and was avoiding the social gatherings and was withdrawn. He had made up his mind to do a complete job and he knew that he has got a great unusual beard and wanted to donate every beard hair for a great coverage of the scalp. Ultimately he has got a hairline and density of his desire and now he is living his passion and doing movies and enjoying a great singing career as well.
  20. Ian Hutson’s research of more than 34 years comes to an end with his decision of getting hair transplant at Eugenix. He flies from Canada to India to get his desire fulfilled. Let’s listen to the paradigm shift from Scalp Micropigmentation, SMP to Hair Transplant, from the scar of scalp pigmentation to the pleasure in researching about the best doctors in the world.
  21. Hello there, Long time lurker here and I finally decided to get a HT. After a bunch of research and consultation, I decided to go to Eugenix. (I'll start a different thread on my experience closer to the operation date). Now we're trying to figure out how long we should stay in India post op and wanted to see what y'all did, especially those who traveled far for your HT. My partner and I are both getting hair transplants. We are flying from the Netherlands to India in late December / early January. (@Melvin- Moderator I think we might see each other over there). Eugenix said that we can leave 2 days post op but I've seen posts here of people staying up to 7 days post op. How much of a difference might it make if we opt to stay in India until our first washing (7 days post op)? We might also be fine going home early since my partner and I can wash each other's scalps. How much can you actually do in the first week post-op? I'm assuming that we'll probably be staying mostly in the hotel and going to Eugenix when needed. Would we be able to go around New Delhi a little bit or is that not recommended because the pollution might damage the new grafts? Thank you!
  22. Failure of the hair transplant surgery can occur due to technical failure by the surgical team or due to sloppy surgical methods. There are many clinics for hair transplantation but unfortunately, hair transplants done by an inexperienced surgeon leads to poor results, low self-esteem, patient dissatisfaction and depression. Correcting these failed hair transplants is challenging because of the reduction in the donor area, bad hairline designs and previously done scarring. It can also be very traumatic for the patient. What are the rescue options for Failed Hair Transplant? There are certain ways to repair the failed hair transplant: 1. Body hair can be used to rescue patients with a depleted donor area. 2. FUT Scarring on the backside of the scalp can be concealed with the aid of scalp revision or scalp micro-pigmentation. 3. A bad frontal hairline can be totally redesigned by extracting the wrong grafts with the assistance of the FUE technique and relocation. What are the cases where a Hair Transplant Repair is required? 1. Defective Hairline 2. Compromised Density 3. Wide Scar after FUT 4. Stretched Scar 5. Bushy Temples Note: We will be updating this thread with result photos soon.
  23. 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.
  24. 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
  25. Hello all, Just starting this thread to chronicle my journey of HT starting tomorrow. Brief background - 34 yrs old male, started losing hair around age 28, did not previously try any therapy consistently. Currently NW 6, was recommended 3500 grafts (2500 scalp, 1000 beard) by Eugenix, and getting another 1000 grafts 6 months later for crown area. Undergoing HT tomorrow in Mumbai with Dr. Arika Bansal. The clinic was recommended by many esp given my relatively extensive hairloss without a robust donor area, so keeping my expectations tamed but fingers crossed!
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