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  1. Hi community, I've trawled through the forum posts since 2012, when I had my last FUT HT. I'm back again, as I'm at a point where I seem to have lost more hair, with other hair becoming very short and thin. I'm no longer happy or able to 'fake' my hairstyle, and dating is a nightmare; not being able let anyone run their fingers through my hair, making lame excuses, avoiding being in water. Being aware of people trying not to be obvious that they're looking at my hair. Even some cruel people at work slipping out the odd "lego head" "wig" joke. Anyway, I now aim to have another FUT, and would like some honest, experienced, patient reviews and advice on the following, shortlisted surgeons: Dorin & True, Hasson & Wong, Dr Feller. My details to date are as follows, with current pics taken today attached: 1st FUT 2005, age 29. London, UK, around 1000 grafts - results where pretty poor, with simple hairline requiring further FUTs, which I accepted. 2nd FUT 2009, age 33. London, UK (different dr), around 1500 grafts - again poor results, with slightly increased hairline and depth, but not much. 3rd FUT 2012, age 36. Ottawa, Canada, Dr Rahal. 2800 grafts. Pretty good results, stronger hairline, frontal area more dense. Some tempal density, satisfactory on the right side only. I've been on finestaride since 2005, I did have some labido issues at first which eventual diminished. I started on Rogain foam 2 months ago, I'm waiting a few more months before I judge results of that. Note, my recent thinning was before I started on the Rogain, as I know it can cause initial shedding. So I'm now considering my 4th FUT, to hopefully complete the job of a decent head of hair I can let people touch, and cut short. Any recommendations on suregeons, in addition to all my research would be very welcome before I take the plunge. I'm aiming for early next year. Thanks
  2. This post isn't meant to be antagonistic or stirring up drama, I just wanted opinions. I am local to the DC area meaning that Dr Lindsey is the most reputable HT doc near me. I know that alot of people recommend him but whenever I see his before/after shots on his website or his video results, I always leave wishing they were more impressive like the before/after shots at H/W. Is this a photography issue or are there different methods used to get different results? It doesn't fit my schedule to fly out to Vancouver unfortunately. Dr Lindsey is the most convenient location wise but can anyone confirm? I just don't see any home-run results being posted by Dr. Lindsey the way that H/W regularly post. I'd love to feel more confident about seeing Dr. Lindsey but Im not sure he delivers amazing results like others.
  3. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition physician Dr. Alan Feller discusses where follicular unit extraction (FUE) falls into the realm of surgical hair restoration procedures and results.
  4. Hi guys, My journey with hair loss is probably not so different to many of us although I feel I have benefitted from the invaluable information provided on forums to help me make better decisions sooner. I have had two transplants. One with Dr Feller back in 2007 and one very recently with Dr Wong. If memory serves me correctly, the first session was around 3,000 grafts. The latter session in Dec-2014 was 4,650 grafts. I plan to provide an overview of my experience at both below, I noticed my hair loss during my early 20s. Having tried numerous things such as Propecia and Minoxidil (I struggled to be disciplined with these) and including being ripped off by Advanced Hair Studio, I finally opted for a hair transplant with Dr Feller in 2007. To sum up the transplant undertaken with Dr Feller resulted in good hair regrowth, however the overall experience including before, during and after was not to a standard that I expected, nor to one that I consider of a good quality, particularly given the money I was spending. Having no benchmark other than my own expectations, I decided to assume that the experience was typical and let it be. However, after my recent experience at Hasson & Wong, I wish I had chosen H&W from the onset. I have read posts on forums with individuals becoming a little defensive over any negative comments about surgeons, however this is my own personal experience and I stand by it. My reasoning is attached in a comparison table. Overall, both are good in my experience, but Dr Wong is my choice for any future treatments. The service, pre, during and after care, and empathy was way beyond what Dr Feller offered.
  5. I understand this might not be the most tactful question (or first post) but as I'm deliberating and seriously considering both doctors Feller & Wesley in/near NYC I have to ask some forum users if they could shed light on the following. Feller is highly recommended and I might very well go with him after a consultation, but I may be able to get in earlier (and I've got some other life events to plan around) with Wesley (who also seems to do amazing work). My problem with Wesley is the potential cost. I love that Dr. Feller publishes his cost guidelines, I haven't managed to find any info here or elsewhere regarding what to expect with Dr. Wesley. I would probably go FUT, and though I know costs can vary greatly I would love a ball park idea. Since Wesley seems to do beautiful work and is literally on Park Avenue in NYC, I sort of expect him to do 2000 grafts for 15k (at least) whereas Feller appears to quote 10k on his site. Am I wrong? I know cost should not be the final determining factor in this decision, but maybe it can be with 2 equally excellent doctors? I'm fine with the $100 consultation fee, but it is a 2-3 hour drive for each doctor, so I wouldn't mind somehow getting a sense of this info before starting to log consultation miles. If anyone has any idea, kindly assist me on the forum or private message. I know it's a sensitive topic. Of course feel free to wish me luck actually pulling this whole thing off. Kudos on the forum as it's been a great resource thus far. Thanks to all who contribute.
  6. Hi everyone. I spent 6 months researching hair transplants, and ended up ignoring everyone's advice to not let long distance limit options. For me I felt strongly that it was important for me to live/work close to my hair surgeon. Therefore I ended up narrowing my choices to True & Dorin, Dr Feller, Dr Bernstein, and Dr Wesley in NY/NJ. Ended up get strip for approx 2,500 grafts in July of last year. In hindsight I now realize how unnecessary it was to limit my options the way I did. The results have been outstanding (I will post my story soon with the pics in thes thread, just want to give my surgeon a Curtisy heads up before naming him) so far, and I am gearing up to start consultations with Dr Rahal in July this year to have an additional surgery to add density and just touch up the hairline ever so slghtly. Looking at another 2,000 grafts. Don't get me wrong, my NY selected surgeon far exceeded my expectations, but if I could go back in time and do it again, I would definitely have gone with either H&W or Dr Rahal. I did online consultations with Dr Hasson (3,500 - 4,000 grafts recommended) and Dr Ron Shapiro (2,500 grafts). No idea why I never consulted with Dr Rahal or Konier at the time, but think it was becaus by that stage I knew I was going to go with a NY surgeon where I live. To everyone out there deciding on a surgeon, please please please don't let travel and distance be a factor. There is really no reason to be close to your surgeon at all. I went back a couple of times for cleaning in the the first couple of days post surgery, and then a week later to get the sutures removed. I could easily have stayed in Ottawa for a week and had the sutures removed by another doc in NY. Edit/Delete Message Reply With Quote Multi-Quote This Message Quick reply to this message
  7. I am considering getting FUT surgery with Dr. Alan Feller. I am a bit scared about the procedure. I am looking to meet someone who had surgery with him to learn about your experience with him. I live in New York. And can travel to New Jersey or Connecticut as well. And would be interested in skyping with you as well. Thank you!
  8. So I had my consultation with dr feller about a week ago and he proposed 1800 fut grafts,he did say my donor is good..I feel we see eye to eye so far and I do realize/plan for further surgery givin my age, I am on finasteride for about 20 months and I think it has helped me keep some hair and I think the crown has benefited and I'm content with it for now..ultimately I'm looking for results that I feel comfortable with my hair again..I've been living with hats and bandanas for years now and worse part of that is I'm not really a 'hat guy' and never was so I'm always questioned about it and I've grown weary lol..so the plan Is to get me a hairline again and fill in all that mid-frontal area as my front little tuft/island is still good but behind it is very thin (I do wish I took out my phone and snapped a few shots of the hairline he proposed but o well) so if anybody has any thoughts/opinions if this seems like enough I do appreciate any input and my apologies in advance if this isn't the best write up but I never was the most attentive to details honestly in a perfect world I would ask two questions to a ht dr 1.will it work 2.how much
  9. So I had my HT done by Dr. Feller. About 1830+ to my front region and to be honest I was so scared when I first went into the procedure. After the first 2 minutes talking to Dr. Feller and having my head all numbed up I couldn't stop talking. I was kind of hysterical and didn't even think about the procedure talking to Dr. Feller. Felt painless and they said I have a great tolerance for pain. I paranoid of knives into my head and I hate needles. He really put me to ease. next thing you know my FUT was stripped and a couple of minutes later, I had crunching sounds in my head. Turns out it was the poking of the holes that Feller was putting in my head for the follicles to be inserted. All in all, procedure went great! It's been 10 days and I do however have some questions to ask him before I get my staples taken out but before I even ask him maybe I can ask the forum. 1. I have scabs inside the staples. Is that normal? Do they do a clean up? I'm not asking for anyone to be a psychic but is it usually OK to wear a "normal hat" like a baseball cap right after I take out the staples. (would have been 13 days since staples were put in) 2. For some reason, the hair he transplanted seem to be growing? I'm like, is that normal? I thought I was suppose to shed. I see guys like chrisdav and see how his results were, I have to admit I'm kind of jealous! lol Thank you Dr. Feller! and thank you Forum!
  10. Given my excellent treatment at Feller Medical I feel I owe it to everyone involved to write a short review to appraise their work as well as to help others!! Background I first noticed hair loss at age 18 and started visiting clinics when I was 20. I first went to a clinic in Harley Street, London. Before the doctor even introduced themselves to me they remarked to their partner, right in front of me, ‘awww he’s just a baby’. Young guys are even more vulnerable in this industry, not only because of the added desperation caused by the pressure of their age group but also because most of the good/’ethical’ surgeons will not think twice about operating on young guys and, of course, often with good reason. Still, what an A-HOLE, I thought, how condescending. The next day I went to meet a consultant for a large chain with operations all over the world. This guy recommended nearly 4000 FUE and told me exactly what I wanted to hear. So, for the next 6 months I was set on going with this company. It was a gut feeling that prevented me from eventually going with them (sleazy adverts and an overtly sale-sy and ostentatious ethos; WARNING: DO NOT BE SWAYED BY A FANCY BROCHUE/ADVERT/WEBSITE SHOWING SOME GUY WITH THE HAIRLINE OF A 12 YEAR OLD, this in NO WAY reflects the quality of the surgeon, it is manipulative and is that the kind of practise you want performing your surgery?!). This type of surgery was SO wrong for me (if you want to why, just ask). During this period I came across Spex, contacted him, read the book, read numerous threads on this forum and other communities (bald truth), learnt about relevant governing bodies like the IAHRS etc and got educated. Luckily, before I made any drastic mistakes. I then decided I would give Propecia (I already used Minoxidil) a shot after avoiding it for years given that it was my only hope of keeping my hair long term. I just became so depressed that my life was not worth living, so what were risking a few side effects compared to that. Luckily I reacted well with no side effects whatsoever. Attached are results after 6 months. They look better than they actually were (‘the art of illusion’) because the forelock had not assimilated with the rest of hair to the extent that it looks as though it had there, but nevertheless pretty dam good. I had since learnt of Dr. Feller’s stellar reputation through all the educational resources mentioned above. I headed for a consultation in London, May 2012 and went from there, planning a hair transplant for August (21 years of age [22 in 3 months]). In the planning stage of surgery we reached a good liberal/conservative compromise by keeping a conservative hairline but allowing for temples angles to be brought out (triangles on the side of my head). This planned for future loss and provided the appearance of a youthful hairline. I had paid for 2450 grafts but because of my excellent donor area about 2600 were harvested and transplanted in the end. I don’t actually have any post-op pictures because my camera has broken recently so I will let Dr. Feller or Spex upload pictures if they so wish. I will be happy to upload pictures of growth if anyone requests that I do so. Review I am not qualified to pass judgement on a hair transplants surgeon’s skill with great insight. All I can say is that if you do your research via reliable hair transplant veterans, governing bodies, communities and books you will see that it does not get better than Dr. Feller! He really is the best of the best (he even owns patents on many of the surgical instruments used in transplant surgery). You will find numerous, high quality, consistent and proven results as well as praise from other industry professionals whom also have stellar reputations. All I know is that I was comfortable throughout (physically with painkillers and mentally with light-hearted conversation about popular culture and with music playing throughout); my donor area has been beautifully closed and is healing nicely (only at 7 days post-surgery); I have planned for future loss; I was carefully listened to and have the hairline I wanted (in addition to layering in grafts at 1 graft per follicle at the front of the hairline a nice kind of mini zigzag effect has been created for an extra natural looking hairline) and I was taken care of pre/post surgery with clear instructions for both. As a person you will notice that Dr. Feller is tremendously respectful. His character has all the qualities of a good friend: approachable, genuine, down to earth, charismatic, intelligent, good listener, honest and thoughtful. As a hair loss sufferer himself he could emphasise well with me and would give me knowing look when I said I hated that ‘mohawk look’ and he would understand what I meant when I would reference the ‘island look’ (hairloss around the forelock). His business ethics are also a testament to his character. He could push patients to do FUE when they should in fact be using the strip method. The former would be more profitable. However, the newest method is not always the right method. The practise, which exclusively performs hair transplants, was well kept and the technicians were professional, attentive, warm and charming. I was provided with water, a free lunch and even a blanket when I was a little cold in the air conditioned surgical suite. The practise is situated within a decent neighbourhood (Great Neck, NY) and there are many hotels a short taxi ride away. I stayed at ‘The Andrew’ which I would highly recommend. I was even given a surgical rate when I mentioned Dr. Feller. If you are deliberating over doctor options for surgery the service of Spex may be something to consider. If your time at Feller Medical is the product, then Spex (who liaisons with the practise as a consultant), is, in a way, the service. Spex is a well respected independent hairloss mentor who gives advice, of any kind, to hair loss sufferers all over the world. Although Spex will assist you free of charge with whichever route you choose to take the advantage here is that he has personally had surgery with Dr. Feller and can therefore vouch for and advise you on anything you can think of. If you are an international patient, particularly if you are from the UK, he is especially useful in providing advice on travel logistics as well as the general logistics of the whole hair transplant journey. Overall he is an exceptional, long term support system who makes the process FAR less daunting and infact rather enjoyable, I found anyway. As most of you may already know, Spex is a super cool helpful guy. All these elements factored in are why I rate my Feller Medical experience as outstanding. They are a testament to Dr. Feller not just as a surgeon but also as a doctor. He ensured my welfare by taking care of all these different dimensions of my hair transplant experience, short term and long term. I would have no hesitation recommending Feller Medical and Spex to anyone considering hair restoration. I have no regrets whatsoever and will defiantly be returning again should I need another hair transplant in the future. I do realise that reviews, by definition, are critical and therefore on the whole consist of pros and cons but there really was nothing else I could ask for (short of the absurd). I did not even have to pay for the extra 150 grafts even though I offered to. Many thanks to all those involved, I am over the moon - so far!!!
  11. Ok, so somewhere along the line managed to erase the 4 month pics I had been meaning to upload, so I'm afraid I'm just going to have to skip to month 5. Sorry about that! But basically not much has been happening except watching some slow growth and the density beginning to creep up slowly. Months 3 & 4 I was using Toppik to mask the new growth and blend the recipient area with the native hair. I've got pretty fine straight hair anyway, so the Toppik did make a big difference and around the 4 month mark people started to comment that I was looking good, but they couldn’t really put their finger on what exactly was different! :cool: At the 5 month mark I ran out of Toppik and decided just to do without it, as the density had reached a pretty acceptable level. My right side is definitely taking a little longer to build up, but it's always been my weaker side when it comes to hair loss, so it's not a huge surprise to be honest. Obviously it will continue to build over the next year or so but I thought it best to just proceed ‘au naturel’ and let it thicken over time to avoid any unwanted attention. But all in all, I’m really happy with where I’m at right now. Dr Feller’s hairline has created the kind of subtle changes that I was hoping to achieve and I now feel I have a defined, denser hairline that I will be happy with as I continue to age. Looking forward to seeing the results continue to grow over the coming months!
  12. So here I am, 3 months after having my first HT with Dr Feller in Great Neck, New York. Firstly I decided to travel from Ireland to see Dr Feller, as I felt that his results and pricing were far superior to anything on offer this side of the Atlantic. (Same procedure in the leading Irish HR clinic would have cost €20,000 or c. $27,000 USD, so the choice to travel to the US was a no-brainer for me!) I stayed in the Andrew Hotel in Great Neck, and as it's close to the main street, I decided to stock up on water, snacks and some soda the night before, as I figured I'd want to just crash when I got back to the hotel after the surgery. In hindsight, I'm glad I did. The morning of the surgery, I got a 2 minute taxi ride from the hotel to Dr Feller's surgery and arrived just before 7.45am. The rest of the surgical staff hadn't arrived yet, so Dr Feller and I had a chat and then moved on to the consultation, this is where he looked at my hairline and scalp and we decided how best to proceed. I know everyone says this, but it really is kind of amazing how he immediately puts you at ease, he's a really funny, personable guy and we ended up talking about most things throughout the course of the morning. He positioned the hairline where he felt best and it ended up pretty much exactly where I'd expected. I found the whole procedure pretty quick really, the anesthetic injections are really the most uncomfortable part of the procedure and Dr Feller is really great at chatting to you and explaining exactly what's going on... so your imagination doesn't run away with you! After the strip has been removed and stapled closed, you get a short break and can go to the bathroom if you wish, kinda weird to see yourself in the mirror at this stage! The next part of the process is where Dr. Feller places the incisions for the grafts, so there's no chit-chat as he concentrates fully on this stage! After that, the surgical team then place the grafts into the incisions. I was told that I "placed" really well and the whole thing was done and dusted just before lunch. Not sure if that's pretty normal or a little ahead of time, but all and all I think it was around 5 hours from leaving my hotel room, until I'd returned after the surgery. The next few nights I slept propped up on pillows and pretty much managed to avoid any swelling around the forehead, which was nice! I decided to stay in the NY/NJ area for about two weeks so I was able to return to get my staples removed. The staples are the most annoying thing during the first two weeks and sleeping can be a bit frustrating. But to be honest they were pretty much unnoticeable other people, as I'd decided to keep my hair long enough to disguise them. So when I was wearing a baseball cap I was able to go about my day to day business pretty much as normal. But once the staples come out you really do feel like a new man!! After that, it's just the waiting game... I'm 3 months out now and it's only really in the past few weeks that I've began to see much new growth. But in the first couple of months, you pretty much fixate on every aspect of your procedure and can sometimes get a bit nutty thinking about it. I thought I'd be different in this regard, but everything from shockloss, to the scar stretching, to the position of the hairline, to "why isn't it growing?" are all things that go through your head... in short, all you can do is wait it out and know that it will come good in it's own time. At this point I can go out in public without the hat, I use some toppik and brush my hair over to the side to kinda mask the recipient area. Some days it looks good, some days it looks just ok. But in the end up I figure it's all just part of the process, so I just gotta get on with it and make the best of it. One thing I would say for any Irish guys out there thinking of undergoing a HT is that I managed to find the most amazing barber in Dublin, for that awkward post-op stage when your hair is a mess and you're not really sure what to do with it. The Grooming Rooms on South William Street seem to do a lot of cuts on guys who are post-HT and the barber I had was really discreet, but really interested in my procedure and said that it was pretty common for them to see a lot of HT patients in there. This was news to me, but I thought it was information well worth sharing on here! Finally at this stage looking back, I'm delighted I decided to go with Dr Feller as my HT surgeon, he's a great guy and an amazing surgeon, extremely easy to talk to and the support that his team and Spex were able to give me the whole way through the process left me in absolutely no doubt that I had made the right choice! At this point I'm looking forward to seeing more growth and hopefully messing around with some new hairstyles, aside from my trademark mohawk-combover, in the months to come. Thanks for reading guys, didn't really mean for this to drag on so long, but if anyone has any questions, especially if you're considering travelling over from Ireland to NY, just drop me a line. Or you can see more pics from along my HT journey at Hair Restoration Social Network ? Community for and by Hair Loss Patients - FireFly's Profile Onwards!!
  13. Heyo all! So I never posted a thread dedicated to my HT immediately post-op, as I made the decision to gather some pics documenting my journey first. But now that I'm 2 Months out, it's time to get this show on the road! My hair story is probably like many others before me. I used to have a perfectly straight immature hairline that was dense and coarse as a mofo. I NEVER thought I'd have MPB, as my Mother's side is pretty set with hair, and while my Father is about a NW4, HIS father died with a full head of hair (NW2 max). Add the fact my hair characteristics are completely different from my pops (his hair is very fine, straight and oily), I was totally blindsided by Mother Nature. At first it started off maturing normally at the temples, and I'm cool with that, I think certain hairstyles look badass with a slight widows peak/forelock. But then I started getting diffuse miniaturization across my frontal third. At that point I was all "Hell no Mother Nature, no take backs!" So I researched for about 7 Months and I finally joined forces with Dr. Feller to help bolster my retreating troops. The Op itself was pretty easy, the anticipation and waiting was the worst part. Maybe it's just me, and I don't think I'm particularly tough, but I've honestly had worse pain from dentists doing a routine filling. And even then I usually just power through it. Anyway, the staff was friendly and talkative, and Feller walked me through what steps he was taking during the process (the cauterization laser is cool), except for when he got in the zone to make all the recipient incisions/slits. Like I said before, the process as my tiny little hair buddies were dropped into their comfy head holes wasn't painful, but the waiting game was! Anyhoo, after lunch from a local deli and my post-op briefing I was set to go! On the drive home, the local anesthesia wore off and my forehead felt like I had crazy sunburn, but that was the worst of it. Sure the staples were kinda uncomfortable, but that's to be expected when you have metal keeping your skin from flapping around. I slept sitting up right, popped the Vicodin and went to work the next day. Overall it's been a great Adventure, and I'm comfortable with the idea of doing it again in the future. Now what most people are probably waiting for: PICTURES! Pre-Op Post-Op: Day 1 Post-Op: 2 Months There are more pics in my photo-album with descriptions and whatnot! Currently I'm taking Biotin, Strontium/Calcium, Multivitamin, Vitamin E and D2. Also applying 5% Minox spray/liquid before bed. Cheers!
  14. I am currently 33 (2012), and started to notice my hairline receding up the sides at the front when I was about 29. Like everyone who is visiting these websites, I started to follow closely the progress of my follicular retreat, and styled my hair to best mask it. The longer time went on, the harder this task became, and as well as continuing to recede up the sides, my hair immediately behind the front started thinning. This would ultimately have lead to a horsehoe-shaped hair-loss zone, and effectively have created a little hair-island tuft at the front, like a homage to Tintin! I weighed up the various options - I didn't want to spend money on treatments that only offered a small possiblity of working, or having only a small positive effect, so laser combs were not an option for me. I took some considerable time to decide to go on Finasteride - I don't like the idea of being on long-term medication, regardless of how low the chances of side-effects are, but I decided to start taking them in February this year (2012). Liquids or foams that you rub directly onto your scalp twice a day simply don't appeal to me (not at the moment anyway!) - the daily routine seems like a lot of hassle to adopt for the rest of your life! I decided at the beginning of the year that a hair transplant was the path I wished to take, and so began my research. I visited a couple of local clinics who offered free consultation. The first one said that they would not wish to proceed as there was still too much hair on my head, and really the minimum procedure they undertake is about 2,700 grafts. The second suggested around 1,700 grafts and asked me to have a look online to consider which surgeon of theirs I would like. Looking online, I noted that all surgeons were part-time hair-surgeons, with their main job being in the NHS. Whilst that meant one of them for example was practising plastic surgery every day, they were not doing hair-surgery 5 days a week. Also, no examples of their individual patient results were available to view, but rather the clinic's result as a group. As they have clinics in the UK, Spain and the U.S., this didn't tell me which, if any had been undertaken by the surgeon who I would potentially be letting loose on my noggin! At this point, I started to concentrate my search online and examined this website, as well as many others. This was a place that the surgeons who are connected with this site actually post their patients, allowing their work to be seen and scrutinised, and as far as I am aware, anyone can freely post, comment or ask questions about the op's. This instantly appealed to me far more than generic pictures with no follow up story. I don't know how many surgeons out there do hair surgery, but I would rather go with someone who's work is transparent and in my opinion appears unbiased. From this point, I got in contact with Spex. I explained that I had a window of opportunity between jobs to have my surgery done and was keen to move things along. I took loads of photos of my head (I've spent so much time staring at my hair over the past few years, that it was easy enough to do!), and passed them on. Spex forwarded them on to Dr. Feller and gave an assessment of whether I was an appropriate candidate and what level of replanting I would need (he reckoned between 2,000-2,500 grafts). Spex gave me links to examples of patients with a similar balding pattern and stage of retreat to mine, and shortly after I had a very informal conversation with him where my questions both general and personal (and there were a lot!) were patiently answered by Spex. Within a few emails, a date in February had been set for my op! Clearly, before I paid over any funds as a deposit, I checked over all of the operations and posts that Dr. Feller had made, and grew in confidence of his professionalism and ability. I can tell you that when the day of the op. arrived, I found that the man in person did not fall short of my expectations. I think this is as good a time as any to say that Spex really did make the path from from the UK to Little Neck was made as smooth as possible. His 'hair manual' which was (and still remains) a big help and comfort in the process is well worth a read! Day 1 - D-Day (or should that be T-Day?!) When I arrived at Dr. Feller's premises, I was as you might expect, somewhat nervous about the day's events which lay ahead! I don't think I could have been put more at ease however, or made to feel as confident that I was in a safe pair of hands (or multiple pairs of hands!) by Dr. Feller's attitude. He was personable, engaging, attentive and without any trace of arrogance, exuded a quiet confidence that relaxed me so much! Whilst he chatted freely during the pre-op stage, when the surgery began, I liked the fact that his full concentration was dedicated to the work being carried out - except for the apologies for the injections, and regular updates as to what was going on - which were once again reassuring! His staff were also friendly and comforting throughout the day - I only regretted that I wasn't able to thank them at the end! We started with a very relaxed chat in his office, discussing goals, which were mutually agreed upon - to retain my current hairline, fill in the sides to an appropriate level, and graft follicles in the front third area. 2,000 grafts were deemed to be required for this task. After some lovely lines were drawn on my head in marker pen, I was taken through to the surgery room to have my hair shaved! I was given a very stylish cut by a very nice lady and was left with the front third of my hair shaved off completely and the thin strip at the back shaved down to the appropriate length for transplant! I felt like I had just joined a new order based on the Franciscan Monks! The worst part of the entire op now followed - the round of injections - first at the donor site to harvest the 'seeds', and then before planting, the second set of injections into the front third of my head. I would describe this as a medium discomfort really - on a par with injections for dentistry or jabs for going abroad. Dr. Feller was thorough in ensuring all areas of interest were fully numbed in both cases - which I can say were fully realised as that was the last of the pain! In between the injections around the donor area and jabs at the transplant site, there was the removing of the donor strip. This was something I didn't really want to think about too much, but comforting words and reassurance were given throughout and this helped a lot! The donor area was extracted in three parts. Each time a strip was removed, I believe that part was cauterise, clamped and then stapled together. The only feeling was the tightness from the clamping and the noise of the stapling - it wasn't particularly scary, but did let me know what was being done. Oh, the radio in the background was tuned to a radio station playing some classic 80s tunes, which was a nice comfort! Once the donor strip had been removed for dissection, Dr. Feller numbed the front of my head and then set about making the slits for the grafts plantation! My next revelation may have you thinking that I am a bit of an oddball, which is probably fair enough, but here we go! I found the slit-making the most rewarding part of the surgery! For the past 18 months, on many occasions, I had found myself examining my cranial deforestation and imagining roughly how many grafts would be required to fill the bald parts at the side and restrengthen the front, imagining how good it would be for it to be done, and here I was finally, sitting in the chair of Dr. Feller's surgery, having those slits made. I didn't feel any pain per se, but I was aware of the action of the slit making, and roughly where they incisions were being placed, starting at the front and working back. Each one gave me a bizarre kind of satisfaction - knowing a new graft were shortly to be installed! It was done in three or four stages. First was to fill in the front & sides, and then the planting of the crops began. Then Dr. Feller came back for round 2, which took us back to probably about 90% of the extent of the transplant, then the last 10% of slits were made, and finally I think some reinforcement was made possibly at the sides. I assume that this is done to ensure the most important areas are covered first, and then when the exact number of follicles remaining are known, the last parts are dealt with. Dr. Feller was delighted that he was able to go further back than anticipated - all the way to where there was any evidence of decline in the local hair population, so this was all good news to me! Before the last 50 or so grafts were given their new home, I had a very tasty chicken mayo sandwich, a coke and a quick pit-stop. I avoided looking into the mirror and thought I would save that surprise until I got back to the sanctity of my hotel room! The donor area at the back of my head had a pad applied to it, although I was told there would be minimal oozing from it, and it was bandaged in place. I was given a complimentary cap (how funny I thought it would have been had it said "Caution - Re-planting in progress", but perhaps not that subtle!), and then one of the ladies from the surgery instructed me in the post op. events, including the staple-removal procedure! I was given a note too just to refresh my memory later on (which I was glad of!), and then went through to Dr. Feller's office for a wee post-op pep talk! We had a chat about the procedure, he went through the post-op instructions again and provided supplies in the form of antibiotic pills to eliminate the chance of infection, as well as some strong pain killers to take care of the first few days. I took these diligently, ahead of any potential pain, and indeed no pain was experienced as a result! I had a look in the mirror when I got back, and my head looked very similar to the countless photos I had seen of transplant patients who have posted online, which was quite reassuring in a way. The transplanted area was a general reddish colour, and a few of the graft sites had some blood or ooze coming from them. The first afternoon, I ventured out only for a burger down the road, which I promptly retreated to the hotel to consume! I felt quite conscious of myself - with a baseball cap and bandage visible below, but it's amazing how people can be oblivious as they are too caught up with their own business! After surgery, I was are advised to sleep with head and back supported by pillows, raising my head at a 45° angle, which is a little awkward, but to be honest, I was pretty tired from the day's events so got a fair amount of sleep. I was told that the first 24 hours are when the grafts take root and are really the only time they have any chance of being dislodged, but for safety, 3 days are given to ensure they are 100% attached and not going to accidentally come out. I was acutely aware of this and ultra careful with the hat for the first few days! Needless to say, no grafts were dislodged nor from the conversation I had with Dr. Feller, has any of his previous patients. Still, better to err on the side of caution - I paid for them, so I want them to remain on/in me! Day 2 I went down to the buffet breakfast and sat in a corner, still with the bandage visible just below my cap. I was once again surprised that no-one was staring at me! On the way back up to my room, I requested a late check-out, and after explaining to the receptionist that I had had head surgery, he was only too obliging to allow me to keep the room til two or half two, (can't remember which!) as the maids leave at 3pm. After returning to the room, I watched a wee bit of TV and then just after midday, removed the bandage. There was very little seepage on the pad from the donor area since the op., so that was a reassurance! I had a nice bath, and then vacated the hotel, venturing across the road for another burger! The only moment of panic was when I was crossing the road and a gust of wind made me feel like my cap was about to fly off, revealing to the stationary traffic my somewhat unusual haircut to the world! Luckily it didn't, and I enjoyed another tasty burger! I checked in online for the flight from the hotel and printed my boarding passes, able to arrange seats in an empty aisle at the back - much to my delight. I bought a fantastic neck pillow from the airport for $40 - which although expensive, was definitely worth the money over the cheaper options as it made the flight (and consequent nights' sleep) much easier, bearing in mind the staples at the donor site are uncomfortable to sleep on). The journey back was pretty good really - I was apprehensive about clearing security without having to remove my hat, but I think I got out of JFK without having to do this, and it was only in London Gatwick when I was asked twice (once on entry, and then again when I was boarding the plane up north) to remove my hat. Having read advice from the forum here, I was prepped for this. In both cases I had a quiet word with the security guy and told him that I had just had head surgery, I lifted my hat a little, and he was happy to let me through without any further scrutiny. Day 3 I arrived home, and was once again able to remove my hat in the confines of my house, which was a nice relief! My forehead at this stage was fairly swollen (which had been covered pretty well by the cap). Also, the central area just above the donor area had been a little numb since the surgery, but reading up this is perfectly normal after a transplant as lots of small nerve endings will have been cut and will re-establish themselves in time in the coming months. I had a nice bath in the evening and ran water gently over my scalp, which was lovely! The redness in the transplant site was a little less pronounced, and some of the crusts came off. Day 4 The swelling had progressed down my forehead a bit, and indeed the bridge of my nose was a little swollen as the fluid drains downward! I had a shower, and let the full force of the water hit both donor and transplant site, which was nice as it was getting itchy! More crusts came off, and it looked better afterwards. The transplanted area looked as if I had dried skin, but I decided it was best not to apply any moisturising lotion. Day 5 Most of the swelling in my forehead had gone, and in fact went out for dinner and a few beverages afterwards. Felt a lot more at ease with my cap now as it didn't need to be quite so loose. Made a saline solution by boiling water in a pot for a while, adding it to a plant sprayer and I think I added 8g of salt for 1L of water (check online to see what concentration is required to create saline). Seemed to do the trick and kept the grafted area moist, making it a lot less itchy! Should have used this several days earlier! Day 6 A lot of the redness in the transplanted area had died away, and things were looking considerably better. There was the odd graft hair which came off with or without a wee scab, but I had read that this would happen so was prepared! Day 14 Staple removal day! By now, there is no redness on the top of my forehead, and the grafts are regularly shedding - all to be expected! I go to my friend's house, who is a nurse and she promptly removes all 54 staples! With the exception of a half dozen that nip a bit, and maybe another dozen that are noticeable, they are all removed with not too much discomfort. A nice Scotch before and after definitely compensates! A wee bit of oozing from the staple holes, but my friend comments that the incision is healing very well and has knitted together very neatly indeed! Now I can lean the back of my head against a couch or pillow with a lot more ease, although still more comfortable using the awesome neck pillow, which has by now paid for itself many times over! Day 20 Finally got around to posting! I am considering how short to cut my hair next week to balance it out! Still trying not to keep looking in the mirror at the head stubble - especially as 90% of the new stuff will be gone in the next few weeks! Donor area is continuing to feel less lumpy and more comfortable when I'm resting it on the back of a couch or pillow! Just above the donor strip still feels a little numb in places, but once again this is all normal from what I have read and can take a few months, up to 6 months plus to fully return to normal. Contemplating whether inventing time machine will speed the process along or indeed will just catapult me forward in time with my hair at the same stage!
  15. I'm seeking advice on my decision between Dr. Feller, Dr. Dorin, and Dr. True for a relatively straightforward 2,500-3,000 graft strip procedure, my first. I've had in-person and online consultations with a number of doctors over the past few weeks and came away feeling the best about these two practices. However, I'm now having a lot of trouble deciding between the three doctors... o Dr. Feller came across as very confident, perhaps even slightly (but not overly) aggressive. But clearly his work and results speaks for themselves, and he seems to have a lot of supporters with very few detractors, from what I can tell on these forums. o Dr. Dorin came across as very thoughtful, perhaps erring on the side of being conservative, which is fine by me. He clearly doesn't have the presence on these forums that Dr. Feller and Dr. True have, I assume because he hasn't practiced as long, though he does have substantial experience. However, given the lack of testimonials and photos, it's a little tougher for me to get a sense of what kind of results he produces. o Dr. True I actually didn't meet with, but I would likely have the choice between having him or Dr. Dorin perform my procedure should I choose their practice. It sounds like he would take a very similar approach as Dr. Dorin. I realize that the fact that Dr. True is more senior than Dr. Dorin doesn't mean that he's better at his craft or would produce better results for me, but it does seem to result in there being more testimonials and photos capturing his work, perhaps not as many as Dr. Feller, though. I'd be grateful for any guidance here. I feel like at the end of the day I probably won't go wrong with any of these three, but given the cost and significance of this procedure, I want to make sure I'm making the best possible choice. Thanks in advance! Best, UMan
  16. I don't know if I am lucky or unlucky in the sense that I did not feel the need to address my hair loss until the age of 48. Lucky in the sense that I was able to wait that long, or unlucky in the sense that I had to do it at all. I know many people on this site will be in their 20's and 30's, so I shall probably consider myself fortunate. My hair loss was first pointed out to me in 1996 by generous work colleagues :rolleyes: in the form of recession from the front, and thinning through the top, most visible when wet. By 2003, I noticed the first bald spot on the crown, and over the next decade, the two have been trying to meet! However, the back and sides remain really thick and strong, and this gave me some hope (and so it proved, of which more below). I suppose that on one level I accepted that ageing brings a degree of hair loss, but on another, I had always considered it my best feature and really wanted to retain a full head of hair. However, although I had visited a trichologist in 1999 (verdict - I needed more B vitamins and zinc and less fat in my diet) I did not know where to turn next. I had looked at regaine (rogaine) but discounted it on the fact that it needed permanent use and likewise I had read bad reviews of finasteride and its effect on other aspects of health so would not use that. I only had a "natural" regime which was taking saw palmetto (which I still do, though its effects are unproven) and occasional use of nizoral shampoo. Hair restoration had always seemed unlikely due to poor results in the past (I grew up when Elton John was the guinea pig, and the results weren't great!) and prohibitive cost. However, I turned to the web in 2010 and did some research, and while some of my fears seemed well founded, I also started to see images of good results and the same names being bandied about the forums (or should it be fora?). I kept coming across references to Spex, here in the UK, and decided to bite the bullet and contact him directly. There was nothing to lose as no cost was involved, so I emailed him some photos back in September 2010 and asked for his opinion. He was quite positive, saying that it depended on how much I wanted repaired (crown, hairline, or both?) but surgery was a viable option. However, I was still not convinced, as photos on the web were one thing, but I was not going to commit to extensive and expensive surgery without seeing someone "in the flesh" (and something that I recommend to all those considering surgery.) Thus it was a year later in September 2011 that I finally met Spex at a consultation in London. This worked brilliantly in two senses - one, he was able to see exactly what I had and what I needed, and two, I could see the results of surgery close up. He believed I was an ideal candidate for surgery due to the the strong donor area, and relatively narrow recipient area. Likewise, I saw (and touched) his hair close up and saw that the results could be fantastic. Admittedly, he has had several surgeries, but the results looked great. What was good was that I was not forced into making a decision there and then, nor directed to a particular surgeon, although you won't be surprised that I opted for Dr. Feller. It was more I was given a list of so called "premier league" surgeons in locations throughout the world, although mainly the U.S. and Canada (and when I got to Dr. Feller, he said there was another good surgeon in Belgium - D'oh! Belgium is only two hours and ?100 away by Eurostar, as opposed to 8 hours and ?800 flight and hotel to New York.):rolleyes: So I mulled it over for a few weeks and then decided that New York was so easy to reach from here in the UK and if I am going to do this, go with a good surgeon, despite the cost. Spex estimated 3,000 grafts strip method and this was what was agreed with Dr. Feller in advance. I booked in October 2011 and flew out February 2012. On the day of surgery, Dr. Feller was exactly how I imagined him. The pre-surgery consultation was a confirmation of what Spex had said - good donor area, relatively narrow recipient area, and hairline not to be moved forward too much enabling better use of grafts in the crown area. And the day was great - admittedly I did suffer a bit with adrenalin based anaesthetic, and trust me, you do look a mess immediately afterwards, but no pain, no gain! OK, so the scar and recipient area are numb for quite a few months afterwards - it just feels "different", but do not worry about the scar showing - I had a number 3 cut four weeks after surgery and it was practically invisible. As for results - well I can't show you yet as I am only 2 months post op, but I will post in due course. If you are likewise considering surgery for the first time, my advice is as follows: 1) Do your research well - you are having surgery after all. A good surgeon is better than a cheap one! 2) If you can see that surgeon's results at first hand, do so first - this is why Spex is such a good ambassador for Dr. Feller and Dr. Lindsay. 3) You will look rough for a couple of weeks afterwards - you will not be able to get it all buzz cut until the stitches come out - bear this in mind if you are going back to work - if you don't want people to notice, take two weeks off. 4) Be prepared for the scalp (donor and recipient area) to be a bit tender for a while afterwards - if you are a footballer, make sure it is done in close season! 5) However, if you choose well like I did, the process is painless, even enjoyable (I spent three days travelling round NYC and Long Island) and the results can be fantastic. I cannot emphasise how reassured I was to have Spex as my guide and Dr. Feller as my surgeon. Spex was not only a source of advice before I went, but he was in touch while I was in New York and after I got home. If you are based here in the UK or Ireland, do check him out first if possible. As for my results, well as I say, I cannot post yet as only 2 months post op. but will do in due course. My final bonus was that only 2,400 grafts were used instead of the forecast 3,000. Total cost to me, ?6,400 for surgery plus best part of ?1,000 for flights and accommodation (but I did stay six nights in NYC). I still think a bargain. :cool: Good luck to you all. (Attached thumbnails are approx 18 months PRIOR to surgery - I will post surgery/post surgery pics at a later date.)
  17. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition physician Dr. Alan Feller shares tips to prospective patients on how to select a quality hair restoration physician.
  18. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition physician Dr. Alan Feller shares his own personal hair loss story and surgical hair restoration journey
  19. I don't get what people mean about “the appearance of density.” I wear my hair back so there are either hairs growing there or not. Can I possibly get 75% or more of the density I have on the rest of my head? I don't want to end up looking like I have some thinning but my hairline is “not that bad.” Is it unrealistic to aim for a thick hairline that is a least almost as dense as the rest of my head (which is pretty thick)?
  20. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition physician Dr. Alan Feller discusses the value of donor hair in surgical hair restoration.
  21. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition physician Dr. Alan Feller discusses how his hair restoration clinic densely packs follicular units closely together to produce the most natural looking results.
  22. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition physician Dr. Alan Feller discusses why leaving hair loss patients with no regrets is vital to his approach to surgical hair restoration.
  23. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition physician Dr. Alan Feller shares what he finds most gratifying about performing state of the art hair restoration surgery.
  24. I've seen numerous posts on here and other sites about HT Repair, and want to get the Board's opinion. I was unfortunately a patient of Dr. Weidig in Maryland in the early 90s, and my hairline has a pluggy appearance in the front, with not much behind -- the front, at least to me, looks pretty thick and unnatural). I am considering the following doctors: Wong, Shapiro, Feller and maybe Epstein. I haven't heard from Dr. Feller yet (I just sent him the info), and need to meet Drs. Wong and Shapiro in person, and I'm sure they are all top notch. The question I have is that Dr. Wong's staff indicated that they would go around and between my front plugs, putting a little in front and filling it out behind so that it would blend in and look very natural (the largest plugs would be thinned). On the other hand, Dr. Shapiro's office recommended, based on the pictures, removing most of the plugs in front or thinning them out and then coming back later for more procedures to get the hairline the way I want it. Dr. Epstein said (like Wong) that he could achieve major improvement in the first session, but also said he would reduce or remove most of the plugs. I'm really looking forward to what Dr. Feller thinks. It seems that Dr. Shapiro's approach is more conservative than Dr. Wong's. I know I'd be in good hands with any of those guys, but between these four, who would you recommend? And what do you think of the three different strategies (in fairness, are just based on photos and I haven't spoken with the doctors yet) that have been proposed? Thanks to all who reply. Bill
  25. Hi Everyone, It seems so peculiar after researching and remaining passive the last 8 months I am finally contributing to this forum. Only on Thursday I had my hair transplant with Dr. Feller, roughly 2500 grafts which includes the additional I was not charged for. The experience is no different than what others have described, as in, no short of excellent. Now I am sitting 45 degree angle and so I have been since Thursday and still on medication as some pain still remains particularly present at night making sleeping pretty uncomfortable. I have the post-op instruction however to be sure; on the 3rd night am I allowed to touch the grafts, i.e. shower as I would normally do. Obviously I am not going to have the water full pressure, but I can lather in between the grafts? Thanks for your responses
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