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  1. Best result in 5 months post op using our DHT technique, Total 5070 grafts used (Scalp + Beard), Patient age : 41yrs, Dr Arika Bansal & Dr Pradeep Sethi - Eugenix Hair Sciences. A 41 years old horse rider came to us for hair restoration. He got a procedure done from us. We have used our trademarked DHT technique and his hair started growing within two months of period. Within 5 months he got a very good appreciable and look change result and according to us still 30% hair are yet to grow and the hair to be thicker. He is also going to do 2nd sitting from us for complete head coverage. No. of Grafts used: 5070 Donor : Scalp + Beard Grafted Area : Front & Mid Scalp Result : 5 months post op Grade : Grade VA/VI
  2. Best Results of advanced Grade Baldness, 7000 Grafts (Scalp + Beard), Dr Pradeep Sethi - Eugenix Hair Sciences Mr. Raman was very conscious about his hair loss and he used to keep his hair on the side of his head longer and used to cover the balding area with it. He had curlier side of hair and the donor density was very good and he wanted to cover the total area in one go. With our rich experience of BHT, we took up the case and judiciously kept the hairline at the optimum point (not too hight neither too low) keeping in mind the ultimate coverage of his total bald area. Breakup of the grafts: Scalp: 4000 (Singles: 558, Rest were multiples) Beard: 3000 Since he had curlier side of scalp hair, his beard hair blended well with the transplanted scalp hair. We provided the graded density from front to crown keeping in mind that the front is the aesthetic importance to the person. After 11 months most of his hair were grown and the crown was as expected, had a little lower density in comparison to the front. And his scalp donor is still adequate to be harvested again to do the crown.
  3. A 45 years old hotelier with advanced grade of baldness approached us for a look change hair restoration along with his hotelier friend. Both of them had the expectations of complete coverage of the bald scalp. The index patient had a big size scalp to be covered. Our experience revealed that he needs close to 10,000 odd grafts for a complete job. We started with covering the front, mid and the anterior part of the crown area. Close to 7890 grafts were planted (from both scalp and beard) over 3 consecutive days. He was informed that the crown would be done later. We had to ensure that the scalp donor does not look over harvesrted and uncosmetic. Also we had to be sure about the final outcome of the beard area. Fortunately, being a hotelier he never wanted to have a beard! Moreover he wanted to cover the baldscalp with hair, which was a long standing wish. The hair started growing by 2-3 months and by 10 months he felt like a new man with hair and renewed confidence and grew moustache as a sign of royal confidence! He has become a very dear friend and wants to share his story with all. Please witness his story in his own words: The following link shows some more results of advanced grade of baldness at Eugenix with Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal.
  4. Hello All, I am Nishant Kumar, and here is my short story of hair restoration experience with Eugenix. I started losing my hair a bit early by the age of 22-23. After several consultations and long research on the internet, I decided to undergo Hair Transplant in 2015. The first thing was to decide the technique. Of the several available, I zeroed in on FUE. I underwent a hair transplant for 1500 grafts with Berkowits, Delhi. For the first 2-3 months, the result seeemed to be fine. But, suddenly I started losing my hair again and a year later I was in a worse position that before. By 2016 end, I had reached Grade-V baldness. Now, I had to decide two things - the perfect technique and best hands in the market- since I has already wasted good 1500 grafts from my donor area. Through research, I came to know about DHT Technique. It seemed revolutionary to me since the technique promised 98% survival rate for the grafts and it seemed to be the least invasive of all the techniques. Moreover, the pioneers of this technique - Dr. Pradip Sethi and Dr. Arika Bansal - had established themselves as a trusted name in the market. So, I decided to undergo Hair Transplantation at Eugenix. I underwent the procedure in April 2017 for 5000 grafts through the DHT procedure. One and half years is a good time to speak about the result. The hairline was perfectly created and a good amount of hair density was restored. I could start seeing the result very soon. Since then I have been gaining density as weel as confidence. Few things I would like to add here. First, the procedure itself was very comfortable. The doctors themselves were involved at all stages of the procedure and their staff was also well qualified, experienced and friendly. Second, the healing part was fast and by the seventh day I could feel normal. Third, the survival of the grafts was very high and I did not lose the transplanted grafts. Fourth, since I have undergone procedure, my hair loss in general has also reduced to the minimum. Overall, I am very happy with the procedure and am really grateful to Dr. Pradip Sethi and Dr. Arika Bansal. I would recommend Eugenix with all my conviction. Thanks.
  5. A very senior dermatologist with grade 7 baldness of 54 years age was evaluated by us for hair restoration. His donor area was limited but the density was good. Also, as expected the beard was great as inversely related to the baldness. We completed the procedure over two sittings in a gap of one year. First sitting: Over three days Total grafts: 7630 (Scalp: 3760, Beard: 3900) After a very encouraging result of the first sitting, we thought to lower the hairline by 1 cm and increase the density of the crown and the parietal(hump) areas. Second sitting: Over one day Total grafts: 3500 (Scalp: 1500, Beard: 2000) Total of 11,130 grafts were planted which not only changed the look but also the fortune of the doctor and he shifted his practice from dermatology to Hair restoration!
  6. Dr Pradeep Sethi of India is in United Kingdom, London and Manchester for next few days. He would be happy to meet people who would like to have a meeting in person with him over a cup of coffee. The following numbers can be contacted for scheduling the meeting. 1. Amit : +44 7988 203749 2. Dr. Narender Sharma: +44 7719 572528
  7. 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.
  8. Presenting a successful hair restoration story in a Scarring Alopecia (Lichen Plano Pilaris, LPP). The lady patient of 26 years old presented to us with a childhood history of Scarring Alopecia which was non progressive for more than last 10 years. She was socially conscious and regressive. As expected, she always wanted hair on her head and was hiding her big hairless patch of scar with regular use of a cap. When we saw her, took a detailed history and wanted to be 100% sure of the non progressiveness of the condition before taking her up for the procedure. So, we did a test patching of 200 grafts to see any remnant of activities of the disease. After near to 6 months, most of the 200 grafts grew. This gave us the confidence to go ahead and do the bigger chunk of the scarring patch. We did 2000 grafts (the patient allowed us to do a complete trimming of the donor area as she was expecting the best possible result to her by us). We kept on following her. She came after four months with some visible growth and by the end of 1 year, most of her hair had grown and she could cover most of her bald patch and is extremely happy. We are following her since then and till today her hair is doing well and there is no sign of disease activity. Note: Lichen Plano Pilaris (LPP) is a very rare and unpredictable disease condition which causes Scarring Alopecia in patches in the central scalp and occasionally on the occipital scalp, more often in ladies than males. Usually LPP does not affect the hairline. Also very rarely affects the beard in males. But in many cases, after doing the procedure, the disease which seems silent, gets activated and damages the planted roots. So it is difficult clinically to ascertain the timing of a hair transplantation in LPP. Many physicians consider a silent period of more than 2 years is adequate to do a procedure upon the scarring. But many are proven wrong by the disease reactivation! Also, scarred tissue has altered vasculature and is not the same as the normal skin for transplanting hair. The thickness of the different layers of the skin are also altered so an experienced surgeon only should attempt to do a procedure in a Scarring Alopecia. So there are two unpredictabilities in LPP: 1. Uncertainty of the disease activity, & 2. Unfavourable dermal tissue. Other than doing a biopsy, trusting the history by the patient about the disease activity, a test grafting is essential to predict the future course after transplantation.
  9. Mr Anup Jalota is a 65 year old celebrity singer in India. He was wearing a wig for many years. He had one procedure done 7 years back. Over all the donor was very depleted and the hair quality was poor due to senile thinning. Close to 5000 grafts were planted in the first sitting over 2 days. Around 2500 grafts were extracted from scalp and another 2500 were extracted from the beard on two consecutive days. The posterior aspect of the transplanted area had a mixture of scalp and beard grafts. Another 2000 odd grafts were planted on the crown area after one month, 500 scalp ones and 1500 beard ones. So, a total of 7000 grafts were planted. Astonishingly, most of the grafts started growing straight away with out the initial expected telogen effluvium! (Though we experience this in many patients. Some percentage of grafts they grow straight away. This is due to the DHT concept of FUE we practice, wherein the grafts are planted within few minutes of extraction. We also ensure least root handling by using dull needle implanters in the premade slits.) In this index case we also used trumpet punches which ensured some extra tissue around the follicles. The extra tissue gave the cushion to the nearly friable thin grafts. A remarkable growth was seen by 3 months and a great appreciable growth was seen by 6 months.
  10. Hello friends!!! This is Ashish Joneja age 40 years, businessman, from Delhi. Like many of you I had the irony of baldness. After a good amount of hardwork I could establish myself in my non familial Pharma business. Like any young man I chased my dreams of establishing my name amongst the top names in my field. I am a social person who wants to enjoy the company of relatives, friends, partying with pals. While I was busy in establishing my business, I started loosing my hair from frontal head which gradually progressed. I tried many things including all types of head massage oil, Ayurvedic stuff, Finax tablet, Minoxidil lotion and many indigenous things. Very soon I realised that in my case nothing is working and the baldness is progressing at it’s will! I sought many consultations for this hair issue. I was prescribed medicines and advised to go for Mesotherapy and other treatments. All the efforts used to rouse some hope in me but later alas! Everything proved to be futile.’ After tired of everything I lost the hope of getting my hair back. Gradually I put on weight and became regressive in my social circle. Even though every thing in my life was ok; good business, beautiful kids, caring wife, blessings of elder brother, bhabi and parents, there was something that I was lacking in the depth of my heart and mind. In the meantime my cousin brother started reading about hair loss treatments for his baldness. He read a lot about hair transplant procedures in the net. Also find many clinic for hair transplant in Delhi. He realised that hair transplant results vary a lot depending upon the expertise of the treating doctor. He passed on the information that FUT is a cut technique and now better techniques are available. Even my common sense said to me that the end result depends upon the expertise of the doctor. We get loads of advertisements everyday in each newspaper about hair transplant centres in delhi ncr including packages like Make my trip! Since hair transplant is a surgery and it involves a sizeable money I was not moving any step further. I had a doubt about the genuinity of the procedure because of so much commercial advertisements. Even though I hail from pharma business I was dubious about choosing a hair transplant centre. During my business trips I came across one of my associates with a sudden look change after a 6 months of gap! I jumped to ask him what has happened to his hair! He revealed the story that he has got a hair transplant done on the frontal bald scalp 5 months back and hair are growing. I checked his donor area which was the backside of the head as well as the transplanted area. All was well. No marks on either area and my friend had no issues of pain or any problem. I took the name and contact informations of the Doctor from him. Fixed one appointment with the Doctor over phone for a meeting. The meeting was cordial. The Doctor was beaming with scientific knowledge. He revealed the limitations of the procedure. The most important thing which was conspicuous was that the Doctor was not pushing me for the surgery. He was giving me a holistic approach and trying to educate me about the scientific aspects of the procedure and left me to take the decision. Since I had already seen the result of his work and now seen the non commercial approach of this poised and confident doctor I intuitively realised that this is the Doctor ! My search was over. My decision made me travel away from Delhi to a distant city where the Doctor was established at that point of time. I should admit here that I being a little sensitive person I was expecting a lot of pain during the procedure! The Doctor and his team explained the details of the hair line, the position of it, the artistry of the design, practical hair density in transplantation. After proper scientific documentation of the pre treatment pictures the procedure started under local anaesthesia. I had the feeling of initial few pricks which anyone can negotiate the whole procedure was painless. I received nearly 3000 grafts on that single day and travelled back to Delhi at night. I was getting proper follow up calls from the team and Doctor as well for the initial 7 days. After around 3 weeks a lot of transplanted hair started dropping! I was a little panicked but the Doctor assured me that the roots are inside my scalp and they will produce a new hair soon. Then the period of status quo maintained till the 4th month. I was getting calls and mails from the office of the Doctor about my wellbeing. But I was having my fingers crossed because I was almost like before the procedure! I got a call from the Doctor after the end of the 4th month about my hair. By this time I had grown a lot of hair and they all were growing and giving me a new look everyday! I gave this good news to the Doctor. I got what I wanted after completion of 6 months ! New look! New confidence! A new life! The most amazing thing was that no one in my close circle could make out that I had planted hair. They were so natural in arrangement ! With such a natural looking hair and confidence I decided to loose my extra kgs so that I could get my body shaped up once again. Truly speaking the new hair gave me a renewed lease of life with a lot of enthusiasm! I again started socialising with a lot of energy and enjoyment. Everything I pursued in my business life was full of enjoyment. I started loving myself! I became stricter in healthy habits of food and exercises. My whole family started following my habits! Since my baldness was of advanced grade the top of the head was not covered in the first sitting, even though it was covered well with the grown hair. After around 8 months I decided to do some more plantation on the top. This time another 3000 odd grafts were planted. Some 1000 grafts were also taken from my beard. Again another 2300 grafts were planted on my crown to cover it. So in total I received close to 8300 hair grafts on my bald scalp area. And after 6 months of my last sitting I am writing this post for fellow bald friends. Over the last 2 years I came across a lot of people who were really searching for hair transplant in India. The amount of advertisements has increased and so also the confusion regarding the quality and the pricing. One Advt says they charge 50 thousand rupees for whole scalp and yet another one has Diwali offers! Depending upon the grades in the quality consciousness of the person he will get allured and confused in the myriads of websites, discounts and newspaper advertisements! I started getting a lot of calls from my circle about my story in hair transplant. Believe me they were not as lucky as I was in choosing a doctor. Most of them were in the higher strata of the society with good business. They all were confused! But when they all saw me in person and heard me speaking about the procedure they all got confidence. They gave one encouraging feedback to me that I am good in giving the scientific informations and clearing their doubts. Most of them were thankful for the informations I passed on to them. I felt better that even though I am not a doctor, people are trusting me, thanking me for my invaluable help! There were many well established national level businessmen and page 3 personalities who got the counselling from me and are grateful to me for my advise! All these encouraged me to take up this non commercial venture to guide prospective hair transplant patients to take decide upon hair transplant in India. Since my baldness was of advanced grade the top of the head was not covered in the first sitting, even though it was covered well with the grown hair. After around 8 months I decided to do some more plantation on the top. This time another 3000 odd grafts were planted. Some 1000 grafts were also taken from my beard. Again another 2300 grafts were planted on my crown to cover it. So in total I received close to 8300 hair grafts on my bald scalp area. And after 6 months of my last sitting I am writing this post for fellow bald friends. Since hair transplant is a surgery and we all have a limited source of donor hair on our body for one life time we should do it at the right place in the first go. I have seen many people getting their donor hair damaged at wrong, inexperienced hands because they found the cheaper option. Second thing in hair restoration is the natural look. Only growing hair is half of the story! The most important is the natural look of the transplanted hair. Only an experienced thinking doctor can do it. One more important thing in hair restoration is a holistic approach to baldness. Some times the early baldness does not require a hair transplant, only medication help it. And in most of the cases hair transplant in addition to medications to prevent the ongoing hair loss is required. To take judgements upon these issues needs a lot of experience by the doctors. It is obvious that a doctor who does hair transplant as a part time work in addition to other cosmetic practice will have less expertise than a doctor who does only hair restoration. At many places the doctors don’t do the procedure themselves! It is done by non qualified people, mostly technicians under the umbrella of the Doctor. These centres usually allure patients with a lot of advertisements for offers, discounts and packages! So, it is very important that patients should meet the treating Doctor before getting the procedure. The bottom line in choosing a doctor is to get a lot of references of people who have got the surgery done from that place. If they have many happy patients then they will be providing a lot of numbers. If these patients are willing to talk to new patients and meet also then that shows that they are happy patients. I volunteer myself to help any person who want to decide upon hair restoration.
  11. Mr. Gary used to wear a turban since his childhood till the age of 30. As expected, he developed traction alopecia on the frontal scalp as well as the side locks and the temple points. He wanted to remove the turban and have a natural hairline. He had a bigger size of head and the surface area to be covered was surprisingly larger. In this type of turban induced traction alopecia cases, the difficult area is to do the temple and side locks going up to above the ear. Since these cases are not graded baldness cases, there is a sharp border of high density on the front. So, during transplantation if the transplanted hair does not attain matching density, then the result will not be considered great. So, providing an optimum density in the transplanted area is very important. In this case, we planted 2500 grafts, all extracted from the scalp and the results presented here are after 1 year.
  12. Mr. Park from Australia referred by one of his friends who indeed was our old patient, came to us in 2016 with near Grade IV baldness. He had a decent density on the donor scalp. We did close to 3800 grafts spread over 2 days (1st day: 3000 grafts; 2nd day: 800 grafts). Carefully single follicles were chosen and planted on the hairline and a density of 35 to 40 grafts per sqcm were planted. The patient was sensitised about the importance of medicines like Finasteride and minoxidil to prevent the future baldness, as we do to all our patients. I got the opportunity to meet him after 1 year in Sydney and the patient was happy to share his story.
  13. Mr. Yadav was a 26 year old man with aGrade IIIA baldness. He required his hairline to be recreated and the density in the frontal zone to be augmented. The 2742 grafts that were transplanted wrere taken from the scalp donor. The results presented to you is after 1 year. He has also been precribed Finastride and minoxidil to stop any further progression of baldness on his scalp for the preservation of his pre existing hair. Scalp grafts: 2742 Singles: 236 Doubles: 1622 Triples: 654 Quadruples: 230
  14. This 31 year old male having a strong family history of baldness approached us in 2014 and we did his case in two sittings, as below. 1st Sitting: 3216 grafts (singles: 410) Keeping in mind his strong family history of baldness, we kept the hairline up at 8 cm from the mid eyebrow point (glabella). And he developed a great result within 5 months of his transplant. And his temple point was untouched. Encouraged with the results, the patient insisted about lowering the hairline. 2nd Sitting: 1784 grafts We did lower the hairline by 1.5 cm and blunted a bit in the fronto temporal area and also did the temple point. As expected, he got an amazing result after 6 to 7 months. We have also primed the patient about the importance of taking the medicines to prevent the future baldness in the mid scalp and the crown.
  15. Mr. Kadam was a Grade VII bald case with a big forehead and washed out temple points. So he was looking extensively bald. First sitting: 6084 grafts (Scalp: 4000, singles: 310; beard: 2084) Area covered: front, mid scalp, temple During the reconstruction of his hairline, we also focused upon the recreation of the temple line and after 8 months of his procedure, he is extremely happy with the new look he got. We have focused upon the temple point with diligence to give a natural looking temple with less density, very acute angle and direction. If a temple is done well then it can take away lot of "ageing" bald look because it reduces the transverse hairless area on the forehead. But if the angle and direction is misfit then the misdirected hair on the temple would be catastrophic to the patient. So temple point needs to be done by a veteran, highly experienced surgeon. Second sitting: 2500 grafts (Scalp: 1500; beard: 1000) Area covered: Crown Total number of grafts done over two sittings: 8584 Total number of scalp grafts: 5500 Total number of beard grafts: 3084 The patient had sent the pictures of his crown after 6 months of his second sitting wherein we have planted 2500 grafts only on the crown as planned at the very beginning of his procedure. (Since the pictures were taken by the patient from his phone without proper background and illumination, it does not look very scientific but still we can appreciate the hair growth and naturalness.)
  16. Mr. Ram was very conscious about his hair loss and he used to keep the hair on the side of his head longer and used to cover the balding area with it. He had curlier side of hair and the donor density was very good and he wanted to cover the total area in one go. With our rich experience of BHT, we took up the case and judiciously kept the hairline at the optimum point (not too hight neither too low) keeping in mind the ultimate coverage of his total bald area. Breakup of the grafts: Scalp: 4000 (Singles: 530, rest were multiples) Beard: 3000 Since he had curlier side of scalp hair, his beard hair blended well with the transplanted scalp hair. We provided the graded density from front to crown keeping in mind that the front is the aesthetic importance to the person. After 9 months most of his hair were grown and the crown was as expected, had a little lower density in comparison to the front. And his scalp donor is still adequate to be harvested again to do the crown.
  17. The index patient had a big head. He was Grade VI bald on the Norwood Scale of Baldness. The patient wanted a natural hairline and therefore, we decided to concentrate on the frontal part of the patient's scalp. Total grafts: 4105 (Singles: 430) Temple points: 300 each His donor was average. His fronto - temporal angle and his temple pionts are corresponding to the sharpness of his nose. According to us the right kind of alignment of hairline, temple point corresponding to the nose, chin and mandible is required for a nearly natural look. He started to experience the growth spurt after 4 months and within 8 months he has extremely good results. He is planning for his second sitting on the crown. We have not exhausted his scalp donor and his beard donor is untouched.
  18. Mr. Sharma is a hotelier who was Grade VII on the Norwood Scale of Baldness. He felt the requirement for a hair transplantation due to his very public profession. We took 4126 grafts from his scalp donor and 3666 grafts from his beard donor. We covered 3/4th of his scalp and left the crown area for the future coverage. Presented to you below is the progress after 9 months. We planned to use the singles to recreate his hairline to give it a softer look and a natural appearance. The beard hair were used in the mid scalp with a mixture of the scalp hair. We had planned to do the crown again to provide better density in a subsequent visit. That is pending. Breakdown of the grafts: Scalp: 4126 (singles: 425, rest were doubles, triples and quadruples) Beard: 3666
  19. This patient was a Grade VI bald case and he desired to have a full coverage of his scalp. We gave him a total of 5604 grafts and covered his entire bald area. 4202 grafts were taken from his scalp and 1402 grafts were taken from his beard. The results presented to you are after 7 months of the transplantation procedure. Breakdown of the grafts: Scalp: 4202 (singles: 315, rest were doubles, triples and quadruples) Beard: 1402 (singles: 1350, doubles: 52, the angle of mandible contains double follicle grafts in few patients where the beard is dense and extensive. These are the cases where the chances of future baldness in the scalp is more because a great beard is inversely related to baldness.) Direct Hair Transplantation (DHT), is a modified FUE wherein we try to extract and plant grafts simultaneously. This we started in 2012 and published the scientific paper in Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Science (JCAS) in 2013. This is the link of the original scientific publication: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3764754/ Since most of the grafts enter into the body within few minutes of extraction, the chances of damage by infection, dessication, mechanical handling and other factors gets reduced to minimum. We have also introduced dull needle implantation which ensures near to zero handling of the grafts during plantation. So, the combination of least mechanical handling and near real time simultaneous plantation of the grafts ensures an early growth of our grafts, as early as by 5 months we get a great growth. Astonishingly in some of the cases more than 60% to 80% hair grow directly after transplantation without entering into the known Telogen Effluvium phase of shedding. It took us few years to master the above technique of transplantation and we have now documented each and every step of our procedure and published a book "Step by Step Hair Transplantation" which has been revered by most of the updated hair restoration surgeons all across the world. Some of our studies have revealed that we get close to 98% of growth by end of 10 months due to minimalistic chance of damage.
  20. Mr. Ahmed was a grade IV bald case. In his case, we transplanted 3500 scalp grafts in the forntal zone augmenting the density as well as recreating the hairline. The results presented to you are after 6 months of progress. Scalp grafts: 3500 (277 singles)
  21. This patient is a 28 year old man who had lost half of his frontal zone by the age of 23 years. He was taking Finastride to control further baldness. We performed 2815 grafts for him. He was Grade III on the Norwood Scale of baldness. The results presented below are after the completion of a year after his procedure. Breakdown of the grafts: Scalp grafts: 2815 (singles: 139; the rest were doubles and triples)
  22. Mr. Mishra was a 53 year old man with salt and pepper hair having Grade 7 baldness. His hair was thin in quality. He wanted a complete coverage of his total bald area. So we planned to do it in two phases. Phase 1: Number of grafts - 4980 (scalp: 3500, 320 singles and rest were multiples; beard: 1480) Area: Front and mid scalp In the first phase we did 3500 grafts from his scalp donor and rest 1480 grafts were taken from his beard area. And we also kept in mind that we have to do the crown coverage in the later stage, and also kept in mind that he would always like to keep his beard as he has. So the results that we are showing here are after 6 months of the first procedure. Phase 2: Number of grafts - 3000 (scalp: 2000; beard 1000) Area: Crown The second procedure was done and another 2000 grafts were taken from the back and 1000 grafts were taken from the beard. So a total of 3000 grafts were done. The results of the second sitting is shown here after only 4 months and we are waiting for the full blown results. Here to note that with the right kind of instrumentation and expertise, the donor areas, both the scalp and beard retain the cosmesis well and we can harvest the right amount of grafts required to give a complete coverage of Grade VII baldness with right kind of acceptable cosmetic density.
  23. Mr. Gupta was a Grade VA bald case. His brother had gone through a transplantation procedure with another clinic earlier. He came to us because he wanted to have the complete coverage of his scalp and most clinics had refused him the complete coverage of his scalp and cited his donor as insufficient. We took 3386 grafts from his scalp donor and 3000 grafts from his beard donor. The result presented to you is after 9 months of the procedure. He is happy with his growth and very recently he also brought along his father and his cousin brother who then went through with the procedure with us. Breakdown of the grafts: Scalp: 3386 (singles: 475, rest were doubles, triples and quadruples) Beard: 3000
  24. The 50 year old well informed Urologist was very particular about a very natural looking hairline and a maintained fronto - temporal angle. We planned to do 5000 odd grafts over two days; close to 4000 grafts were taken from the scalp donor and 1000 grafts from the beard donor. As in all the cases where we use beard grafts, we planted the scalp hair in the front 2/3rd of the area and the posterier 1/3rd contained of a mixture of the beard and scalp hair. After 1 year, we the physicians and the patient 'Doctor' are happy with the outcome. Hairline: The hairline is kept at an appropriate height, not very up or very low. Single hair grafts were selectively and actively planted on the hairline to make it very natural. Breakdown of the grafts: Scalp: 4000 ( Single: 325; the rest were doubles, triples and quadruples) Beard: 1000
  25. This patient was a 33 year old, Grade IV Bald case. His donor was good and his family history had similar baldness. And we planned a practical hairline for him wherein his forehead is neither too small nor too big and we have also kept in mind the future of his baldness where his crown might become bald and he might require a second sitting. He was also advised to take Finasteride and Minoxidil to prevent the ongoing hair loss. The results presented here are after 1 year of his procedure and he is well maintained upon medications. Note: To minimise the requirement of the grafts during the procedure and give a better and younger (not of teens!) hairline we use a concept of "three peak" hairline. To create the peaks we need around 20-30 grafts. But these peaks give an illusion of a lower hairline and takes away a lot of baldness from the facial profile. The central peak corresponds to the midline and two lateral peaks corresponds to mid pupillary lines. The hair line abruptly runs back from the mid pupillary line to meet the temporal area and produces the fronto-temporal angle.
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