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  1. Hi Guys I have been a long time reader of this site and have never joined or contributed. I felt now was the time for me to hopefully give something back. After much self debate and research I decided to have a HT with ASMED (Dr Koray Erdogan) In Istanbul. It was hard making the decision to get a HT or not. Part of me thought just shave it off and get on with life, the other part wanted that hairline back. I am well aware that over time I will end up with thinner hair coverage and possibly bald areas on my head. Hair transplants aren't going to give me hair like my early twenties for life, and the transplanted hair will thin out a little over the years too. For me the most important part is my hairline as it frames the face. If I had a good hairline and were thinner round the crown it would bother me less than the receding hair line does. It changes your look entirely as I saw immediately after my transplant. My plan is to fix the front with the hair transplant then try to maintain my existing hair without fin. I may opt for another transplant or 2 in the future to blend the front hairline in gradually to the back as and when it thins out. I hope cloning will be about before I run out of donor hair lol. If not I would quite happily shave my head and get Micropigmentation to hide any scars if necessary and fill in the fill in the transplanted hairs to give the illusion of density. I quite like the buzzed look when you can see a good hairline. I told some family, my girl friend and some friends before the HT and some afterwards but not everyone. I worried a lot about telling people but thought I would rather tell them than try to hide it. They were all supprisingly supportive, I am also quite fortunate that I am travelling from day 10 through to 3.5 months so I can go through the ugly duckling phase whilst away. Here are the details of my HT I'm 38 and this is my first HT I take Minoxidil (I stopped taking 3 weeks prior to surgery) I used to take Fin (8 years) but stopped 4 years ago due to slight sides and not wanting to be on meds for life I use Lipogaine big 3 and Pura dor shampoo cycled every bottle (Stopped 2 weeks prior to surgery) I use the Hairmax Laser Combe (Stopped 2 weeks prior to surgery) The surgery cost 8000 Euros I had 3260 ish grafts in the end. That included all transfers, hotel for 2 nights, surgery and post opp care package. I will add the graft details later, as I'm now away travelling and don't have the details with me. My donor capacity was 8300 approx My hair diameter was 0.63 Microns Here are some pictures pre opp
  2. Thanks to this forum, it helped me a lot. Had my HT on 3 and 4 July. 32 years old. Taking 1.25mg Fin starting from the day of surgery.
  3. Hello Ladies and Gentlemen! After so many years, I am finally taking the gumption and undergoing an FUE procedure with Dr. Cinik. I have been umming and arring for too long and after seeing some amazing results I decided to pull the trigger! I originally wanted to go with Dr. Koray Erdoğan but due to finances I am going with Dr. Cinik. His work has been well represented on several other forums and I've seen a few pop up here. I've been loosing my hairline since I was 18 and after 12 years of postponing it, the universe lined up for me to be able to make it happen. As an English actor living in Los Angeles, I live in a town where looks sometimes overshadow talent, so I have decided that I am going to take the best of both worlds and make myself as marketable as possible (with versatile hair). As much as wigs and styling have helped in the past, I am a point where my hair is constantly on my mind...did the wind blow? How does it look when I get out the pool/ocean? Is the camera picking up the receding hairline?. ..pretty much the all the thoughts going through everyone's mind on this forum! I am scheduled for approx. 3500 grafts, to the frontal third of my head, on Tuesday Dec 12th in Istanbul and I am excited and nervous! Looking at the future I am excited to see what it brings me with a new full head of hair, even if it's just confidence in the wind haha! I'll keep you all updated over the course of the weeks so that people can use me as a resource if they want. Attached are the pics that I sent the doctor, so you can see where my progression started at. I am fortunate that I have very thick donor hair, so I am excited to see how the grafts to hair ratio!
  4. Hi all, i am starting to see little cracks forming in my head/ pathways, the scabs are mild and I feel have been kept very hydrated/ moist, aren’t itchy at all. I have been very gentle and followed precisely all post op routines I haven’t worked/ moves for the last week and still have 4 weeks off. Im just worried that these blank spaces haven’t been filled but I know they have as it didn’t look like this after surgery/ day 1-6. Any info or own experiences would be so greatful to help to help put my mind at ease!
  5. This is a 37 Year old man with Class III hair loss who received a hair transplant by Dr. Parsa Mohebi. We focused on the front and corner areas of the scalp and covered it with 1607 follicular unit grafts. FUE Hair Transplant was done with 1607 follicular unit grafts 8-month follow up Miniaturization Study (Microscopic Evaluation) Location Miniaturization Hair Line: 30 Corners: 90 Top: 10 Crown: 20 Donor Area: 0 Here is the patient's hair characteristics: Hair loss class: III Hair color: Black Skin tone: Medium Hair character: Slight Wavy Hair thickness: Thick Donor density: 2 Scalp laxity: 2-2.5 Here is how the grafts were distributed: Hairline: 260 Front: 1,347 Ones: 275 Twos: 665 Threes: 526 Fours: 141 Total: 1,607
  6. Hi Everyone, On 8 December 2015 I had 3400 FUE at Asmed Clinic in Istanbul, Turkey. Here’s my review. About me I’m from Australia and 43 years old. My temples and hairline began to recede in my twenties. I was self-conscious, and downright frightened of how it would progress. By the age of 26 (back in 1998) I had my first prescription for Propecia (Finasteride). I’ve had zero side effects and have stuck with Finasteride for the past 17 years. My hair loss slowed remarkably, but did not completely halt. My donor hair is fine (40 microns, it turns out), however is reasonably dense all over. My research I was looking for a doctor with proven results in densely packed hairline restoration. Had I been approaching my first HT earlier in life, a conservative approach might have factored more into my decision. But I’m in my forties, have 17 years of prevention under my belt, and I’ve managed to hold it at NW2. I wanted a FUE doc who had the best chance of constructing a believable restored hairline. I scoured this forum before moving to a shortlist for online consultations. Before locking in Asmed, I private messages 10 past patients. I mostly reached out to forum members who has posted their original results then gone quiet, and to my surprise I heard back from all but one. Of the 9 that responded, eight were pleased with their final results, and one was openly disappointed. Despite the single negative response I remained comfortable, paid a deposit, planned a holiday around the procedure and booked flights. My consultation Nothing out of the ordinary. Photos, blood work, met Erdogan, he measured caliber of hairline and density, discussed expectations, drew a great hairline that was easily agreed, final number of grafts locked in, and head shaved (gulp!). Having my hair caliber confirmed as 40 microns was a bummer, but hardly a surprise. I made the final decision to proceed with the surgery the following day, and paid Euros cash. Note: Asmed requires cash payment to avoid paying a 20% tax. This means that to proceed at the 2.5 Euros per graft quoted you need to acquire a massive amount of foreign currency before you leave home, and then travel with it. This is a major hassle/worry, and I was relieved to finally hand it over. Surgery day Again, nothing out of the ordinary. Erdogan’s first assistant Dilek was assigned to my surgery. I’d seen her name numerous times on the forums, and was comforted knowing she had many years of experience. There was also another tech involved, however Dilek spent the most time worklng on me. I estimate she performed 80% of the extractions, and over half of the implantations. There were 3 surgeries happening at Asmed the same day as me, and 4 the following day. Anyone considering Asmed should go in with the understanding Erdogan’s involvement will be limited to the hairline design and incisions. I knew this going in, and was fine with it, however it could be a surprise to others. One thing I do distinctly recall was the impact of the medications. The anesthesiologist offered me a Xanax in the morning to calm my nerves, then a Tramadol at lunch for the pain. Well, what a combination. After lunch I was drifting in and out of vivid dream scenarios and calmly waking up in the middle of my HT. That happened on repeat for hours. I spoke to other patients and none of them had the same trance-like experience – so it must have just been the medication’s impact on me. I was in surgery until almost 8pm and was too swept away in the various dreams to be bored…so I was more than okay with it. I had the optional PRP, and I really hope it does something hurry along his dreadful redness. My stats • Total grafts – 3404 (3200 was originally planned, and was only charged for this) - 420 singles - 1790 doubles - 1134 triples - 60 quadruples • Average hair per graft – 2.24 (7643 hairs) • Caliber: 40 microns • Donor capacity: 8500 My tips Try to connect with other patients. Do your best to find out if any other forum members will be at the same doctor/clinic the same week as you. Before leaving, I connected with another Australian who had surgery booked the day before mine, and he had connected with another forum member booked for surgery the same day as me. By the end of it there were a few us catching up at the Radisson, and we’re now connected on Facebook swapping recovery stories. Hair transplants are a major life experience, and connecting with real people who have chosen the same path, going through the exact same thing, at the same time, has been an unexpected surprise and comfort. Don’t rush back home I went over with partner by my side, and we travelled for 2 weeks following the op. It was great to be able to walk around overseas not caring what strangers thought of my bald, massacred, head. I’m back home now, and to keep the procedure quiet I’m having have to carefully manage any social appearances…I wish we had stayed away longer. Results It’s way too early to tell. I’ll take pics every month to track my own progress, and will be happy to share them. Fingers crossed, I’ll have good news to report in around 6 months. Either way, I'll return the favour and report back honestly with success or regrets. Ersko72
  7. I just had my transplant 5 days ago and yesterday, pus started forming under scalp and I'm still bleeding and lots of grafts fall while washing.. my doctor won't answer so please advise! Thank you. Jake.
  8. Hi After 3 years of wait(worst decision) and 2 years of Rogaine(no guts to take propecia another worst decision) I decided to get my 1st HT done. I have advanced hair loss in the crown area and minimal hair loss in the frontal region. I sent photos to around 10+ doctors (Thanks to this forum as I am able to get list of good doctors) and most of them suggested to go for 2500-3000 grafts 1st and then 1000-1500 grafts later after 12 months for a FUE procedure. 1 of the top doctor suggested to go with 2000 grafts FUT 1st and 1500 grafts FUE after 12 months for maximum coverage and a decent hairline in the front. He suggested I should not go with aggressive hairline because of my Donor area. So I am in a dilemma now whether combination of FUT & FUE over a 12 months is the best scenario or should I go with FUE all the way? I would ideally wanna go to Europe but travel is a big no for me so I restricted myself to North America with top 5 doctors in my list are Dr Konior, Diep, Vories, Shapiro & H&W. Please advise.
  9. Background: I am 31 years old North Indian working in Pune, have been losing hair for the past 5 years. I have tried using both Minoxidil and Finpecia for about a year and then stopped about 6 months back, as I just couldn't see myself doing it any further for the rest of my life. I'm not sure if it did stop my hair loss or helped regrow some of them, as there was nothing noticeable to my eye. Researching: I’m glad I found this forum, the forum provided me a vast data of other patient's doctor reviews and their HT journeys.After extensive reading for about 2 years, I decided to get a HT done, so it finally came down between Dr Bhatti and Dr Lorenzo, cost wasn’t an important factor, I believe in quality but Chandigarh City, being my home town and its much easier to meet Dr Bhatti and rest post HT, I opted for Dr Bhatti. Special thanks to Shera for his work on this forum. Email communication: I dropped an email to Dr. Bhatti around a month ago after getting his details from his website. He responded asking for some pics of my head. After seeing them, he estimated that I’d need around 1500 grafts for the front, 1000 grafts to cover my crown for a natural look as per my age. My hair other than the balding spot is reasonably thick, I have attached the before pictures to give a fair idea. I bombarded him with lot of questions and he responded to every single one of them and then finally fixed my HT for 16th April after an advance payment to block the date. Dr. Bhatti sent me a pre-OP instruction manual for me to go through. Do note, I did not opt for any hotel/guest house, as I have my own house in Chandigarh. Consultation: I landed at Chandigarh few days before my HT, as I had 14th April (Saturday) as my consultation date to discuss in person with Dr Bhatti at his newly built 5 River Hospital, Mohali to agree on hairline and get other blood tests done as part of pre-op. I gave my blood sample at Amulya Labs, located on the ground floor of 5 Rivers Hospital itself. Dr Amulyajit - she is Dr Bhatti’s wife, Dr Sharin (I think I might have misspelt her name) and Alex at the reception were really kind and caring and walked me through all the tests that I needed. They mentioned the reports will be sent over by email the same day (but for some reason I did not receive it) After Dr Bhatti examined me in person at 10:45am, I was told I would need 1000 grafts for the front and 1200 grafts for my crown. He drew me a hairline which was much lower than I was expecting, but he said it would look better on my face. I consulted with my parents who were with me, we agreed on the hairline but he still asked me to think it over the weekend before HT day. I was given few tablets that I needed to take a night before the HT (they were anti Anxiety, anti acid and another one which I don’t remember what it was for) and was asked to have only milk or juice and be ready at 7.30 AM for the pickup from my home. HT - Day 1: I was picked up by clinic driver Mr. Chanchal (he drove well and was fun to talk with as well) at 7:30am today. On reaching the clinic, I was made to change into OT clothes and deposit my valuable items like phone, cards etc. I had to sign few papers and pay approx. 80% before the operation (they do accept cards). A guy (didn’t get his name) tested me by inserting sample dose of antibiotic via needle in my hand to check if Im not allergic. I then reviewed the new hairline with Dr Bhatti for the final time before he trimmed my hair (a moment of shock to see myself bald for the first time, but to be honest didn’t look to bad ). On asking Dr Bhatti that I did not receive the lab report, he did mention the lab reports were all okay and we are good to proceed. Procedure started around 9am after injecting anaesthesia to my donor area, Dr Bhatti proceeded to harvest my grafts from the donor area. The harvesting machine drilled into my semi-numb scalp and the doctor extracted the grafts – which was not completely painless unfortunately (In my case the anaesthesia did not work in some part of my scalp even after increasing the dosage, this has happened with me before in my only other operation (tonsillitis)- that’s just my sour relation with anaesthesia smh). During harvesting, Dr Bhatti tried to strike a conversation to help me divert my mine, but the drill was still sort of painful but I was strong enough to bear it. After Harvesting was completed around 11’ish, my donor area was bandaged, we took a break for breakfast. Ate sandwich with juice (yummy) along with a toilet break. After breakfast, Dr Bhatti resumed in punching holes in my upper forehead (not sure about the technical term for it) for my hairline, which took quite a while before Plantation of the grafts was done by his staff, a total of 4 nurses (from what I could make out) – Sonam, Ankush, Manpreet and the other did not have a visible name tally. But the nurse staff was really kind and caring and kept on checking with me in between If Im okay, we had punjabi radio station in the background. I was not chatty due to the pain. After the plantation for my hairline was completed, we took lunch break around 2:15pm. I was given a Pizza and coke. FYI, Pizza preference was noted before the surgery started. Post lunch around 2:45pm, Dr Bhatti came back, this time for punching holes in my crown area (which btw did hurt) and then once he was done with it, the nursing staff took over for planting the grafts on my crown. Arushi came to check on me between the procedure, stating that it shouldn’t take much longer and Im almost at the end of it. The procedure finally finished around 4:30pm After the surgery was completed, Sonam took me in-front of a mirror and a chair, where Dr Bhatti came and explained me on how to use the saline lotion, antiseptic spray before wearing the bandana etc. He then changed my dressing for the donor area. Was again handed couple of tablets including pain killer for the first day and was asked to visit the clinic the next day at 9:30am for changing my dressing. Dr Bhatti would then explain me on how to take care of myself thereafter. Before leaving Shalini then asked one of the guy to make me some tea, which I had. after which I changed into my normal clothes. Was handed over my personal belongings. I forgot to take note of the number of singles, doubles and triples, will remember to do that tomorrow. I now have to manage day one which is critical, so far so good just got a bit of swelling on my forehead and it hurts if I touch it. Will keep this post updated. Wish me luck guys
  10. Hi guys, after spending the last few years following people's experiences and learning as much as I can about hair restoration, I'm very excited to be able to share with you my experience with Dr Feriduni after my FUE procedure. A bit more about me, I started noticing my hair loss a when I was in university, after spending too much time in denial I finally accepted that I was loosing my hair and needed to do sonething about it. By the time I start looking into medications and transplants I was a NW3. I have been taking finasteride and minoxidle for almost 2 and a half years now and it genuinely seems to have helped slow down/ halt my hair loss. Fastforward to my consultation I'll admit I was very nervous before going in, I didn't know what to expect and I kept worrying that once Dr Feriduni examined my hair he'd say my donor was weak or that I wasnt a good candidate. My worries were quickly put to rest. We had a good chat about my hair loss and what meds I was taking, I showed him some pictures of my male relatives and we discussed potential future loss. He then sat me down in front of a mirror and assessed different parts of my scalp. He confirmed my donor area was strong and that there was no signs of miniaturization in the crown or mid scalp which was very good. He worked out that I had around 8,000 grafts to use. He then drew what he thought was a good hairline, now maybe it's because I thought my hair loss was worse than it actually is but I was pleasantly surprised to see that he'd drawn a hairline that was better than I expected! I figured that maybe to achieve this hairline it would use up more graft than I was willing to use, however once again I was surprised to here that he felt confident that the hairline would be achieved using between 1600-1800 grafts. Overall Dr Feriduni seemed like a really decent down to earth guy and I left feeling very confident in choosing him and couldn't wait to actually have the procedure. During the morning of the transplant I had another sit down with feriduni to confirm the hairline and for him to answer any last questions I might have had. The technicians then took me to shave the sides of my head, I chose to keep the hair on top unshaven so that it would be easier to hide the transplant once the sides grow back. Dr feriduni came in to inject the anaesthetic, this was probably the most painful part of the whole thing, I always thought I was good with needles but those things hurt! He then drew out the area that hairs were to be extracted from and the technicians started the extraction (fyi having hairs whole punched out of your head is hands down the weirdest feeling!) Once the extraction was done Feriduni came in and started making the incisions for the new hairline, throughout making the incisions he kept me updated on how everything was going and at one point commented on how much he was liking the hairline already which put me at ease. Once be had finished making the incisions he confirmed that the total grafts would be 1748. He then left and the technicians had to take out some more grafts before they could start implanting. The implantation went fine but i was definetly starting to feel a bit drained. Dr Feriduni came in again as they were finishing to make sure everything was looking good. The whole process took around 5 hours which was quicker than expected. Dr Feriduni explained that the skin was really soft making the extraction process easy which helped the operation to proceed at a good pace. Following on from the surgery I decided to stay in hasselt for a few days so that I was close to the clinic. As I'm writing this now it has been 2 days since my hair transplant and I've been to the clinic every morning to have my head washed and grafts checked over. Id definetly recommend doing this as the first few days are the most crucial so it's good to know that the clinic is close if anything goes wrong. If you want to take anything from reading this let it be that both Dr Feriduni and his team are very dedicated to looking after their patients, the aftercare I have received has been top notch! I hope this has been helpful for anyone whose considering a hair transplant with Dr Feriduni I'll try to upload some photos and keep you updated! Thanks for reading!
  11. Dear All, I realise this is an oft-repeated question, and that there are similar debates/questions on other forums, however, I wanted ask your valuable advice on these two surgeons as pertains to my personal situation in 2018, seeing as some of the other comparisons date back a few years and both doctors have published more results since then. This forum has been an immense wealth of information and here I am, like many of you have been in the past, on the verge of booking my first HT, and taking that definitive step... I would welcome any advice . I'm 35 years old, and a Norwood 2.5. I have a naturally high hairline (which can be rather typical of people with long, slender heads like mine) that receded a bit from when I was around 24 to around 29 years of age. It has been pretty stable since then and I do not have any noticeable diffuse thinning in the mid section or crown area. It's really a case of having a receding temples and a hairline that is about 8-8.5cm above the eyes. I don't think anyone looks at me and says "Hey, look at that bald/blading dude", however, I'm unhappy with my "mature" hairline and want to act now rather than making what may be a significant physical change later on. Basically I have been looking at a FUE procedure with Dr Bisanga for a while now, and after having consulted with him, I had a pretty good feeling. He recommended between 2300-2600 grafts and designed a hairline that would lower the current one to 7cm above the eyes, while also filling in the temple points. He said I would look silly going any lower, particularly in later life. I tend to agree, but secretly wondered what a 6.5cm-above the eyes hairline would look like Aside from his reputation as an excellent surgeon, being a discrete person, I was attracted to the idea of a procedure where I could drive there and back right before taking a rather long holiday, thus avoiding public transport/planes and colleagues for a substantial amount of time (I have a lot of leave saved up and could potentially take 4-5 weeks off for a summer holiday). This was the cherry on top with Bisanga. However, after having discovered this site, I have noticed more and more impressive results from Dr Erdogan in Turkey (a destination I had initially crossed off my list for fear of not wanting to be seen out in public, let alone taking a plane). I started thinking to myself, ok, this guy clearly has taken care of his marketing, and seems to have a bit of a rockstar approach to hair transplants, he only does FUE etc. But basically for profiles like myself (FUE hairline work only) he has a lot of impressive results under his belt. In the last couple of weeks I have seen a few (albeit only a few) mediocre results (among many very good ones) from Bisanga (a botched right-temple graft/a few very thin results etc.) which have got me second guessing somewhat. Money isn't really an issue and I would be a fool to make it so when it comes to having an HT. So whom would you choose in my situation? Once again, your advice would be greatly appreciated.
  12. Hi, I finally decided to bite the bullet and went with Dr Demirsoy on 20th December 2017. Although I was very nervous at first, Muzaffer who is the translator and organiser is a very calming character and kept me informed at all times so felt very comfortable and well looked after. The experience of it all I can't really fault at all so I wont bore people with the details as i'm sure you've heard it all before. Everything went very smoothly and only painful part i found was the injections in the donor area but this is only a very short part of the entire procedure so no real issue.
  13. 6 Months Post Op - 1900 FUE Grafts from Dr Rahal Blog Post Here I struggled with hair loss for a few years, beginning in my early twenties. My hairline slowly started to recede towards the dreaded “M” pattern and then I noticed that my crown was starting to thin and became particularly noticeable under bright light. I didn’t seek out any sort of treatment until I was almost 27 because I didn’t know that there was anything I could do to prevent further hair loss. I researched a bit online and came across different web forums that all seem to echo that I should be on the “Big 3”. The “Big 3” were minoxidil, finasteride and ketoconazole shampoo. I started with minoxidil foam (5%) and Nizoral shampoo that contained 2% ketoconazole for about six months. There was a noticeable improvement around the four month mark and I was kind of shocked by how much my hair grew back and thickened. After six months, I decided to get a prescription for finasteride to try to prevent hair loss in the future… I wish I had never touched the stuff. The side effects that I got from taking finasteride affected more than just my hormonal system and lowering my DHT levels and I decided that I wasn’t going to continue taking it even though I knew the inevitable would continue to happen if I didn’t. It was a little over a year later that I decided to look up hair transplant doctors and the different types of procedures offered. After reading different reviews online and seeing patients “Before and After” photos, I found myself most impressed with Dr Rahal’s results and consistent track record, most notably regarding his hairline restoration procedures. I scheduled a consultation with Chad in Toronto which lasted about 45 minutes. Chad explained the different types of procedures (FUT strip and FUE) and also gave me an estimate with how many grafts my procedure might require to get the desired result. I ended up booking my FUE procedure with Dr Rahal based on the fact that he’s among the best in his field and that he’s particularly skilled with hairline restoration which is what I was looking for. It also didn’t hurt that he has an excellent track record. Some people online even claim that his work must be a scam because the results are so consistent. A hair transplant is something that you want to have done properly the first time; because of the limited availability of grafts that can be transplanted as well as the extra cost if you have to have your procedure done over again. The alternative was to have an FUT procedure was not an option for me because I considered it a bit too invasive. I was comfortable with the FUE method, even though it was more expensive, I felt it was the better choice for me. I wanted a quick recovery, no scar and to be comfortable going in to the procedure. The atmosphere at the RAHAL clinic in Ottawa, where I had my procedure done, is very comforting and caring. Each of the staff ensures that you’re relaxed and you're not rushed at all. I wasn’t at all nervous going in to the procedure, in fact, I felt more relieved that I was actually going forward with this. Overall, the surgery was quite painless. I did have some minor swelling that subsided in about two days, but this is due to me sitting up in bed after the procedure and working on my laptop while tilting my head down towards the keyboard for hours the morning after my surgery. Ideally, you want to keep your head straight or lay down to avoid any swelling. The recovery was much easier than I expected; I had my procedure on a Tuesday morning and was back at work (office job) Thursday morning. You do have to sleep on a 45-degree angle for the first five nights after your surgery, but you get used to this pretty quickly. I didn't experience any serious pain, not even a mild headache so the pain medication that the clinic provided wasn't necessary for me. The photos included are the 6 month results from my FUE procedure with Dr. Rahal. In all, I had 1931 grafts via FUE (719 were 1 hair grafts, 1127 were 2 hair grafts, 84 were 3 hair grafts, 1 was a 4 hair graft. In total with 1931 grafts, 3229 hairs were planted. I've also attached my pre-op photos and my post-op photo the day after the surgery. In addition to the FUE procedure I also had PRP treatment during the surgery. I'd highly recommend opting for PRP treatment to anyone who's having a hair transplant done. I believe PRP vastly reduced my healing time and the difference it's made to my hair in areas that I didn't have FUE done is amazing. In the attached photos, I've only had one PRP treatment and that was during the surgery. I do intend to continue having PRP done once every 6-12 months. So far I'm very happy with the results. I do notice fine, blonde hair starting to grow along the hairline so I know my six month photos don't yet show the full result. I'll post back more later.
  14. This patient had a session of 751 grafts with Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) using ARTAS robotics. The grafts were placed in the following areas: Hairline - 485 grafts Right Temple - 125 grafts Left Temple - 141 grafts Photos shown below are pre op and 1 year post op. Before: After one session: Before: After one session: Before: After one session:
  15. After planning it for a month, I decided to go for an FUE hair transplant by Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in Chandigarh, India. History: 32 years old Male, been losing hair for almost 10 years now. Family history of MPB. After couple of initial consultations in US, a week of research on forums, and couple of private skype calls with Dr. Bhatti, I decided to get it done by him. Why Dr. Bhatti? : Very responsive. I was kind of skeptical initially as he is talked about a lot in various forums, and his clinic kind of sounded very commercialized to me. But even after my first conversation with him (which started with a simple email question and a very straight forward reply from him), I felt very much at ease, and then after couple of skype calls, I gathered that he is a very down to earth, straight talking person, and makes time for his patients to answer any questions with complete ease considering how nervous we all are regarding a hair transplant! Did I mention, you can always get in touch directly with him for any questions. Was definitely the case pre-op, and I hope it remains post as well. So, flew to Delhi, took a train to Chandigarh (Shatabdi - 3 hours). Stayed at Glades Hotel ( a decent hotel withing 7-8 miles from the clinic). Met with Dr. Bhatti, discussed the hairline, gave blood sample, and then back to the hotel. Got picked up by the driver at 7 in morning next day. Final hair line discussion, once I was happy with the recommendation, the process started around 8-830. Few hours later, a small breakfast break. Then back to the OT, and I think I was done by 3:30 PM. No pain at all!!! Very smoothly run operation. Went back to the hotel, slept with 3 pillows and a neck pillow. Woke up next day with no pain or any issues, Went back to the clinic for the dressing change, once all set, was ready to leave for the airport, and my luck, bumped my head while getting into the taxi cab and started bleading by the crown area Went back in right away, was told lost 6 grafts. Cursed my self for few seconds, then felt good as better it happened right away, and had the realization that I need to be extremely careful. Every step, every second, as the result going forward is all on me now. Overall, very satisfied, and if travelling is not an issue for you, I will recommend Darling Buds to any family, friends. Special shooutout to Ms. Shalini. She is the chief of staff for Dr. Bhatti running it all Total grafts: 3098 Single: 323 Double: 1987 Triple: 788 Front: 1589 Crown: 1509 Will update the thread with progress as days go by! FYI: Title says 3097, correct tally is 3098. Will look into how to edit the title later.
  16. First of all, I'd like to thank everyone for sharing their experience, suggestions, and opinions on hair loss. This community has helped me in answering some of my hair transplant questions. So, I'm starting this topic to journal and share my experience. I would like to give back to the community that helped me, and I sincerely hope this will help others in making an informed decision. A little bit about me: I'm a 33-year-old man from India. I currently live in the U.S. No one in my family had any signs of baldness. So, I'm probably paving the path for the future generations. My scalp used to be like a dense Amazon rainforest (except for no animals). Then one beautiful day I was thrilled that I got a job and in a couple of months, I noticed something. Yes, you guessed it right, my hair started falling off, and the epic deforestation continues. To reduce hair loss and strengthen my existing hair follicles, I’m applying Rogaine to my crown area every day before going to bed and taking Country Life Maxi-Men every day from a couple of years (noticed that hair and nails look healthier). First hair transplant (FUT): I got my first FUT procedure five years ago from Dr. Konior, and the results are extraordinary. At that time I had a case of III-A on Norwood scale. About 2800 grafts were harvested on the frontal scalp area along the hairline into the mid-scalp. Current: Second hair transplant (FUE): Now, I’m more like a case V on Norwood scale except the frontal section because that was already covered in my first procedure. I've noticed a significant thinning in the crown towards mid-scalp area (not glaring bald, mind you). So, I thought it’s time to get a second procedure. Naturally, I contacted Dr. Konior via virtual consultation a couple of months ago. He answered my questions and gave me feedback. Coming to the schedule itself, he told me that he was booked up for the next one year, but has a new associate, Dr. Sahar Nadimi, who has sooner dates available. He told me that he trained her in medical school, but doesn’t supervise her because she consistently delivers excellent results. Consultation with Dr. Nadimi: I've sent my photos (as described on the website) to her for initial feedback. Then I had a FaceTime consultation with Dr. Nadimi. She looked at my scalp (of course over the video) and answered all my questions. She suggested at least 1500 grafts, and at the end of the consultation, she sent me a quotation for the FUE procedure. Considering all the parameters, I’ve scheduled to get my next FUE done in Mid August (about three weeks from now) by Dr. Nadimi. Final thoughts: I’m very excited for my next hair transplant and looking forward to it. I will try to keep you all posted on my progress as much as I can. Do not hesitate to ask me any questions. I also want to make it clear that if I don’t post as much as I think I would, please ask. It will motivate me to post if I forget.
  17. Hi Everyone, I am new to this forum and I have spent the last few hours reading over some great info on this site. It inspired me to share my story and progress with you guys and hopefully get some feedback. I am 5 months and 3 weeks out from a 2700 graft FUE transplant. For now, I prefer to keep the name of the doctor and the clinic to myself. The transplant was done in Toronto. I received about 2200 grafts in the frontal part of my head and about 500 or so in the crown. The 500 in the crown was not enough to fill in the thinning areas but it was just to get some sort of cosmetic improvement until I can have a second procedure in late 2019 after I get married. I think the main reason why I have decided to share this is because I am at that stage where I am beginning to panic that my transplant was either a failure or the density sucks. From what I have read, 5 months and 3 weeks is still way too early to make any sort of judgement. I would appreciate some feedback from you guys on what you see. My photos are kind of out of order but as you can see from the pre-op photo, I had a pretty crappy hairline. I have 2 photos of my front and crown area before the scabs began to fall off and the remainder of the photos are after most of the scabbing had come off and the hair still had not shed yet.
  18. Hi everyone, I have a procedure scheduled with Dr. Nadimi out of Dr. Konior's office on 7-20-18, so I'm about 60 days out from surgery. I intend on documenting it as well as I can. This forum has been a great source of information for me and I want to pass along the help by trying to document whatever I can about the experience, my progress and results. That being said, I'm going to try to post pictures at the major milestones, i.e., before, after, 2 weeks, 1 months, and then monthly beyond that. I'll start by providing my backgrounds, I'm a 37-year-old white male and I've been losing my hair for about 17 years. I'd put myself currently at a IV or V. I've been on minoxidil for about 10 years, maybe a little more and it's done a pretty good job I'd say. At Dr. Nadimi's urging, I began taking generic fin about 20 days ago. So far I don't believe I've experienced any sides and I haven't missed a day of taking it. I intend on taking it for about a year to see if or to what degree it helps. I've read quite a bit of information concerning the sides, but you typically only find posts blasting it, although I understand the sides only occur in a small number of individuals. Regardless, I try to put that out of my mind, and to focus on taking affirmative steps to combat my hair loss. My dad is probably about a NW VII, and my brothers were both headed in that direction, but they've both chosen to shave their heads. My dad's father had a pretty good head of hair into his 90's. I believe my mom's father was about a NW VII, but he passed away in his sixties. Regardless, I've decided that since I have the option to try to take action and improve my follicular situation, I've decided to do it. I met with Dr. Nadimi on March 5th, 2018 and I really enjoyed meeting with her. She was pretty blunt with her advice and recommended a 1500 graft FUE procedure. I believe Konior's office tries to limit their FUE procedures to 1500 grafts, but I've noticed they've harvested between 100 and 200 additional grafts if its available and time permits. If it's an option, I'll certainly encourage it because I definitely have some space to cover. I've taken about 15 days off of work, so between those days and the weekends, I'll have about 17 days (including the date of the procedure) to recover. I'll be working from home to the best of my ability, so my apartment will basically be my office. I believe I'll need at least one additional procedure, but my hope is that I respond well to the fin and it stabilizes the loss and - with any luck - thickens some of my miniaturized hair requiring fewer grafts down the line. Ultimately, I'll see the full results from the HT at a point when I'll have been on fin for about 18 months, so it'll give me a better sense of the next step. Regardless, I just wanted to put my procedure on interested parties' radar in case they're interested in following along as a source of info for anyone considering booking a procedure with Dr. Nadimi. Thanks.
  19. Hi everyone, If you can add any value to my topic then please feel free to comment. I have been looking into a fue to lower my hairline, I have minimal recession and I am 29 years old (My hairline has always been terrible, so don't feel need to take finasteride just yet). However I have been reading transplant stories on this site and it seems that the surgeons sometimes request patients be on finasteride prior to the surgery. Is this to prevent further loss or do you think it is to aid the success of the transplanted hairs? Many Thanks P3not
  20. I started loosing my hair at the age of 24 (Now @33). I have tried Bio-Fiber twice but I lost all the implanted Bio-fiber in 3 years time I've undergone a FUE in 2009 with 1000 grafts since I need to cover only my frontal hairline (had good coverage in rest of my head that time). Now I am at Norwood level V . I was left out with the 1000 graft at frontal hair line implanted in 2009. I have consulted many doctors . I have decided to undergo FUE with Dr.Vikas. He is affordable for my budget and I got an appointment on 11th July 2014.. I have landed at Chandigarh Airport on July 10th. one of the doctors representative picked me from the airport and dropped me in the hotel booked for me. The Hotel Leela classic ( I opt for a budget hotel ) was very nice with AC / fridge/ mini bar in a room and very nearer to the clinic. Next day morning one of the doctors representative came to hotel to pickup me to the clinic. I had my Hair transplant completed on 12th July with Dr. Vikas Gawri. It is a two days procedure. I had lot of small Bio fiber hairs which looks odd so doctor spent some time initially to plug out all this bio fiber (see my 3rd picture). July 11th (Day 1): 2500 grafts were taken from the back and planted in the front portion with higher density July 12th (Day 2): 2500 grafts were taken from the back and 600 from the chin area to cover the rest of my head up to crown it was planed for 6000 grafts earlier but due to shortage of grafts they could able to extract only 5600. Doctor explained me about the shortage and returned the money for the 400 grafts. I want to mention this Incident . Doctor clearly instructed me not to wear cap for 2 weeks or can wear a loose cap after 2 days. when I am coming back to Airport I feel to wear a cap to cover the scabs. Due to my ignorance few grafts in my frontal hair line plugged out . I thought very bad about myself. I called doctor about the incident and I thought of going back and correct this at any cost. I just postpone my trip by a day. I reached the Clinic immediately and the crew was ready to repair this. They extracted 100 more grafts and corrected my frontal hair line in 1 hour 30 mins. I was much relived after seeing my hairs again in that area. I cannot explain my feelings that time. I was really thankful to the team . I talk to the doctor again for how much i need to pay for this.He simply replied " you need to pay extra for postponing the tickets and for hotel room so no need to pay any thing " you cannot see any difference in my frontal hairline. Doctor and his team members are professionally trained and very friendly.I am waiting for my results. Day 12: Most of my scabs had gone. Nobody could Identify that I had a transplant surgery.I did a clean shave on 5th day itself.no scare or no marks visible in the chin area. A bigger size punch was used by my previous doctor in 2009 for 1000 grafts which was slightly visible @ Day 12 . Almost 5000 grafts were taken from my back but nothing is visible at day 6 itself as in the chin area. I have added the Day12 and Day7-chin photos I have posted my photos in my Album Hair Restoration Social Network - Hair Loss and Transplant Photos I will keep post my results regularly
  21. Hello everyone I am planning to get a 3rd hair transplant done and would greatly appreciate some help and advice on the same as I am quite nervous about the same. BRIEF HISTORY- I am 28 year old male from India. I first got HT done in May 2014 (2500 grafts) from dr sohi ( reviva clinic) in Chandigarh. I was NW3 at that time. The result of the ht were average probably 75% growth. After waiting for 13-14 months for the growth the doctor agreed for the touchup of 700-800 grafts free of cost and the extraction and slit making was to be done by the doctor himself. Last time only some part was done by the doctor. Unfortunately if the 1st HT was average the touchup was worse. I noticed little or no growth and a waste of both time and grafts. When there was no growth the doctor REFUSED to meet when I visited his clinic 5-6 times AFTER calling him for an appointment and reaching shortly after. This is the thread I had created earlier. ( I have somehow lost access to the old account and thus created new one) PRESENT DAY- I am now planning to get HT done as soon as possible as I already wasted 2 years in not getting an appointment. I have read some great reviews of Dr Koray Erdogan here and am planning to finalise ASMED for the HT. I have attached some images of mine with both hair combed up and combed down and would be thankful if members can suggest inputs on the following queries- 1.) From the images roughly how many FUE would I need and do I have the donor area for the same? (My granddad is NW7 and my Dad is NW6 going towards NW7.) 2.) I was thinking to get SMP done along with HT. Because after HT regrowth takes 5-6 months and that time is difficult. However If I also get SMP done I can sport a shaved look. So can I get SMP done with HT? Is it recommended or it can have adverse affect on the HT. Last thing I want is failed 3rd transplant! 3.) Is there anything I should ask Dr Koray and ASMED in particular before booking appointment? 4.) Does Dr Koray have a repesentative here whom I can contact for any doubts. 1 other person here had a case similar to mine (not good result at reviva and another transplant with ASMED). Unfortunately the person didnt post after few months so I am curious to know how the final result turned out to be. This is his thread. https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/41052-my-hair-transplant-fue-3800-graft-dec-2014-with-dr-koray-erdogan-at-asmed-istanbul/ Just to confirm I have used minoxidil in the past but not using it since 1-2 years and have never used finasteride as not comfortable using the same. I would be thankful to all the members who can help Me in finalising the treatment and get it done with. Hairloss has already wasted lots of years of My life. Hope to get it resolved ASAP.
  22. This 64-year old male had several hair transplants many years ago. His main concern was to add density in several specific areas of his scalp to increase the thickness and density. His donor area had several prior strip scars with significant scar tissue only allowing for a small amount of donor hair to be removed. On examination, he demonstrated diffuse pattern baldness with evidence of prior hair transplants, and significant scar tissue the fibrosis of the scalp. I had a lengthy discussion with the patient and explained the limitations we had with the amount of donor hair I could obtain, and the diffuse nature of his balding. We discussed the fact that he would not have a dramatic improvement but a mild improvement since he wanted the grafts spread out throughout the frontal and mid-scalp zones. However, we planned to concentrate the grafts into specific areas that bothered him the most to make the best use of the hair we could obtain. The patient had a strip procedure and we were able to obtain 1014 follicular unit grafts which were strategically placed in the most bothersome areas for this patient. The postoperative photos taken 1 year later show a mild increase in density and fullness to the hairline and central scalp and improvement in the crown. The patient is pleased with his results so far and looks forward to seeing how his final results will look. This case is important to demonstrate that not all cases are straightforward, and many patients do not have a significant amount of donor hair to work with. In this patient’s case, we were only able to harvest 1014 grafts, but we placed them in specific areas to satisfy the patient in the most troublesome areas. He is delighted with the results as it met and exceeded his expectations that he was looking for. If he desires more hair in the future, I will consider FUE.
  23. On August 3rd 2014, I underwent my first FUE hair transplant, performed by Doctor John Diep of Los Gatos, California. Dr. Diep transplanted a total of 2,460 grafts in the front half of my head. He recreated my hairline and added grafts further back to increase density. The result was fantastic (link: https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/39774-2460-fue-hair-transplant-by-doctor-john-diep/), so I decided to quit using Minoxidil. I knew I'd pay for it, but decided that a second transplant to restore healthy hair in my problem area would be far better than taking Minoxidil for life. A quick side note; Minoxidil made my face puffy and caused deep creases/wrinkles to form on my forehead. On November 17th 2015, Dr. Diep transplanted an additional 2,220 grafts (link: https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/43867-second-fue-ht-by-dr-diep-2220-grafts-to-improve-density-4700-grafts-total/). Enough said. Here is my update. Just 3 weeks shy from my 4 year hair transformation anniversary. Thank you so much Dr. Diep, you're truly a master and have made me a calmer and happier person.
  24. After 15 or more years of thinking about it, and lots of time on this forum I'm taking the plunge. I'm 50, been on propecia (finesteride cut up) for about 20 years, and finally my genes have won. Time to fight back. Interestingly enough, I got on propecia before they listed gynecomastia as a side effect, and have a nice scar and dead nipple because of that. Maybe I should be thankful it only affected one side..:mad: And yes, with Dr. Nader. I got my appointment booked 2 days after my first email. Just like folks on the forum say, you have to be serious and communicate your seriousness. He has no time for lookie loos. I got through in early Feb and first available was 1 May. 1 patient per day is how he rolls. His assessment is 4000 or so FUE grafts, and this will be done over two days. Here are some before shots. Could be a zit or a dry spot in shot one. Both pre and post haircut. God, old age spots on my skull! F*ck me. Plan is to keep it real short from here on out. I'm two months away but excited, and I wanted to kick it off today with this post, wish me luck!
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