Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'fue'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Surgical Hair Restoration
    • Welcome! Click here to learn how to Post!
    • Hair Restoration Questions and Answers
    • Hair Transplant Experiences and Surgeon Reviews
    • Hair Restoration Results Posted by Patients
    • Results Posted by Leading Hair Restoration Clinics
    • Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
    • Open Hair Loss Topics
    • Visits to Leading Hair Transplant Clinics
    • Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)
    • Support Group - Discuss personal issues due to Hair Loss
  • Non Surgical Treatments for Baldness
    • Hair Loss Drugs
    • Shampoos, sprays, and concealers
    • Hair Systems
    • Herbal hair loss remedies
    • Future Medical treatments
  • Issues Not Related To Hair Loss
    • Cosmetic Surgery Not Hair Loss Related
    • Physical Fitness Issues
    • Off-Topic Posts

Product Groups

There are no results to display.

Blogs

  • DocGMarcovici's Blog
  • Pat - Publisher of this Community's Blog
  • Hans - Webmaster's Blog
  • PanamaJimmy's Blog
  • Lailo's Blog
  • Bill - Managing Publisher's Blog
  • greganders53's Blog
  • darren smith's Blog
  • elhayekmir's Blog
  • trukutru's Blog
  • myeddula51's Blog
  • jpmonster's Blog
  • yellowgreen's Blog
  • J's Blog
  • RayukMann's Blog
  • lukeyb1687's Blog
  • Kenaz73's Blog
  • alex12's Blog
  • Albion71's Blog
  • PD's Blog
  • info_transplant's Blog
  • SharpTooth's Blog
  • araveang's Blog
  • mcal74's Blog
  • Johnny1's Blog
  • pdgoldy's Blog
  • Dr Markou's Blog
  • tienlv's Blog
  • J4R3D's Blog
  • Gossy's Blog
  • pete78's Blog
  • Hansi's Blog
  • oz-alo's Blog
  • Dsanders1's Blog
  • RodG's Blog
  • dwaynemassachusetts's Blog
  • boxers's Blog
  • friscoman's Blog
  • coldandbald's Blog
  • backspace's Blog
  • william's Blog
  • Sluggerbryce's Blog
  • ukbloke's Blog
  • umesh's Blog
  • kemper's Blog
  • rajax's Blog
  • onetwo's Blog
  • thoughtsbecomethings's Blog
  • BrainFried's Blog
  • jm75's Blog
  • smgrl009's Blog
  • Ozguy's Blog
  • jcoolb's Blog
  • rahalnewpatient's Blog
  • Topi's Blog
  • AdamAJ's Blog
  • cardel25's Blog
  • walid12's Blog
  • thikien's Blog
  • rws's Blog
  • DCClinton's Blog
  • FixMyHair's Blog
  • boloheadboy's Blog
  • IstanbulHT's Blog
  • Dan72's Blog
  • snydez99's Blog
  • spex's Blog
  • FauxHawk's Blog
  • TroyPolamalu79's Blog
  • Rabbit3's Blog
  • young53's Blog
  • gunnerg's Blog
  • barry80's Blog
  • TheSpecial1's Blog
  • dsppushpendra's Blog
  • Mutahirw's Blog
  • hairfind's Blog
  • swayzedo's Blog
  • hairwoes's Blog
  • MarkyGras's Blog
  • BOLD's Blog
  • adam1987uk's Blog
  • chris1's Blog
  • NEWHAIRPLEASE's Blog
  • rich91403's Blog
  • born76's Blog
  • Irishstreak's Blog
  • bart4hair's Blog
  • Hairgoesnothing's Blog
  • jasonbailie's Blog
  • maccasteph's Blog
  • Fit2Bgood's Blog
  • stvobadia's Blog
  • Tom2011's Blog
  • gottitgood4me's Blog
  • HairToStay's Blog
  • Movingon33's Blog
  • MinoxidilRR's Blog
  • dan4880's Blog
  • caifusan's Blog
  • Aski's Blog
  • Aarya's Blog
  • pketan86's Blog
  • hi2hiren's Blog
  • Dr Saeed Tavakoli's Blog
  • multiplier's Blog
  • Laze's Blog
  • ybbald's Blog
  • baldingdj's Blog
  • Paulwasbald's Blog
  • FUE3545's Blog
  • Montreal's Blog
  • Don2020's Blog
  • susanta2413's Blog
  • MrNewHair's Blog
  • johnyboy9's Blog
  • Keyboard's Blog
  • hairbangalore's Blog
  • givemehair's Blog
  • annmaree's Blog
  • piyush's Blog
  • raj747's Blog
  • SPacificDude's Blog
  • EdwHair1014's Blog
  • herolf's Blog
  • tauqeer78's Blog
  • chsh's Blog
  • baltyk's Blog
  • Al-DownUnder's Blog
  • trizzy's Blog
  • manus445's Blog
  • Marc12's Blog
  • Joshw97's Blog
  • Here2help's Blog
  • jmillar30's Blog
  • nicklubby's Blog
  • hairgoingby's Blog
  • Newbi01's Blog
  • Faro's Blog
  • Misssinger's Blog
  • newguy28's Blog
  • finance's Blog
  • Lancs_Man's Blog
  • BaldWhisky's Blog
  • losinghairfast's Blog
  • joespo's Blog
  • snoopy007's Blog
  • Dutch's Blog
  • furbbster's Blog
  • BaldingBlows's Blog
  • Rem's Blog
  • Rockford's Blog
  • wings's Blog
  • TheHonestTruth's Blog
  • sanjaykumar11's Blog
  • sammy123's Blog
  • JusFig's Blog
  • Anil's Blog
  • drcpa's Blog
  • powdz's Blog
  • waisal's Blog
  • badger556's Blog
  • RayInPA's Blog
  • jamie2369's Blog
  • 2000FUE's Blog
  • follicalchaser's Blog
  • mg39's Blog
  • crossy's Blog
  • jmle's Blog
  • Bangs's Blog
  • BaldingIrish's Blog
  • hairseeker2012's Blog
  • lamb11rl's Blog
  • dxdevilz's Blog
  • prophetstown's Blog
  • geranium's Blog
  • InfoSeeker2's Blog
  • rg3955's Blog
  • sujeetkr11's Blog
  • Truehair's Blog
  • Bobw's Blog
  • kinnubjd's Blog
  • widescar's Blog
  • blueboy08's Blog
  • norfolk123's Blog
  • happy-patient's Blog
  • CameronM's Blog
  • bakri's Blog
  • burned1's Blog
  • lionman's Blog
  • Operation-Dont-Be-like-Kojak's Blog
  • kc121's Blog
  • kumar80's Blog
  • Rockstar's Blog
  • grwelshy's Blog
  • Crusade's Blog
  • me2's Blog
  • happyboy's Blog
  • tjc1963's Blog
  • Jordanal's Blog
  • RobertG's Blog
  • jakeryan556's Blog
  • QuestionLove's Blog
  • michaeljames's Blog
  • Matt1107's Blog
  • Goldsilver's Blog
  • AdamBrunswick's Blog
  • Falcon45's Blog
  • SeizingFate's Blog
  • Jotronic's Blog
  • jezza's Blog
  • tuja's Blog
  • Goldie's Blog
  • FollicallyChallenged's Blog
  • Morgan's Blog
  • Baldylocks's Blog
  • Stevo007's Blog
  • jerrycan's Blog
  • Jed's Blog
  • mohsen786786's Blog
  • ejl7's Blog
  • cmjz2897's Blog
  • ItsAllAboutTheT's Blog
  • Alex13's Blog
  • timag85's Blog
  • Petee's Blog
  • cena25's Blog
  • Eagles2199's Blog
  • emd80's Blog
  • Ludo's Blog
  • onecrazythingcalledhair's Blog
  • Sonal's Blog
  • nicks09's Blog
  • myhairtransplantdone's Blog
  • coskun's Blog
  • Solutionforhairloss's Blog
  • hairshopeing's Blog
  • Coug's Blog
  • Newone's Blog
  • Bubby1914's Blog
  • Nick27's Blog
  • Italiano's Blog
  • maddie's Blog
  • mike92's Blog
  • Downunda's Blog
  • ram90's Blog
  • NYY1978's Blog
  • HairAlpha's Blog
  • sachsmartie's Blog
  • BainsRick's Blog
  • rschafer's Blog
  • Tom139's Blog
  • Mogaine's Blog
  • a's Blog
  • lastactionhero's Blog
  • lisbone's Blog
  • 198606's Blog
  • alwahishi's Blog
  • Shayshay1's Blog
  • Mystique's Blog
  • Dr. Hakan DOGANAY's Blog
  • Keith3232's Blog
  • abhimanyu's Blog
  • hanood's Blog
  • msiala's Blog
  • oncled's Blog
  • TomF's Blog
  • HairReloaded's Blog
  • Seven911's Blog
  • cr1tikal's Blog
  • shane13's Blog
  • Margaritaville's Blog
  • MSK's Blog
  • hairpassion's Blog
  • Shabs88's Blog
  • johnzvacek's Blog
  • da's Blog
  • pckrfan795's Blog
  • ballac05's Blog
  • jes45468's Blog
  • Just-a-bitmore-on-top's Blog
  • thecricketer90's Blog
  • hams82's Blog
  • davenyork's Blog
  • Tammy13's Blog
  • Drnigam's Blog
  • agenteye's Blog
  • Dr Tejinder Bhatti's Blog
  • david707's Blog
  • corvette's Blog
  • santhosh443's Blog
  • mirza7's Blog
  • JonasGars34's Blog
  • dilly's Blog
  • banhair443's Blog
  • calgaryhairguy's Blog
  • daksh84's Blog
  • behroz's Blog
  • Altdot's Blog
  • sadsub's Blog
  • samuel's Blog
  • Bentham's Blog
  • taz1456's Blog
  • jackthehopeful's Blog
  • Boon's Blog
  • hairtreat's Blog
  • J08197's Blog
  • Thomas2012's Blog
  • Holty81's Blog
  • rajman2k's Blog
  • frederickjohnson93's Blog
  • sham420's Blog
  • jeets's Blog
  • Dakota's Blog
  • Earmuffs's Blog
  • sanimian's Blog
  • Ds3jamall's Blog
  • birchy's Blog
  • tempname's Blog
  • capta1nK1rack's Blog
  • LosAngelesTransplant's Blog
  • Staffie's Blog
  • someirishguy's Blog
  • myhead's Blog
  • JMJneedshelp's Blog
  • PKHAIR's Blog
  • cachaco's Blog
  • gretchenhill's Blog
  • GeorgeUk's Blog
  • Stublue's Blog
  • Texas777's Blog
  • joem's Blog
  • DanO59's Blog
  • drchives's Blog
  • Proactive69's Blog
  • seansimpson123's Blog
  • apolo's Blog
  • jg1976's Blog
  • kwiksilver's Blog
  • Michael Vories, MD's Blog
  • Israfil's Blog
  • jmgt25's Blog
  • whattodonext's Blog
  • Miamihair's Blog
  • ecco007's Blog
  • Jamesbon007's Blog
  • SkinEd's Blog
  • bgbear's Blog
  • Coolhead2013's Blog
  • FollicularlyChallenged66's Blog
  • marklet's Blog
  • NoTakeBacks's Blog
  • RickHouston's Blog
  • ethan1985's Blog
  • vsingh1984's Blog
  • DV8's Blog
  • Bonaparts's Blog
  • Z33's Blog
  • pisces's Blog
  • rubens67's Blog
  • Genetics323's Blog
  • Ritika's Blog
  • mitchell's Blog
  • tuggu's Blog
  • MTL30's Blog
  • mikey711's Blog
  • David923's Blog
  • samuel81's Blog
  • alexander80's Blog
  • Eskimo00's Blog
  • dazzler500's Blog
  • efflux's Blog
  • tacolinowest's Blog
  • PhonicState's Blog
  • mikeharoton's Blog
  • rams518's Blog
  • Keyur30's Blog
  • mika2333's Blog
  • appleton's Blog
  • monty123's Blog
  • NotSureYet's Blog
  • can90's Blog
  • Unit040186's Blog
  • cheersboston1's Blog
  • Craiiiiig's Blog
  • anewme's Blog
  • wadenwa's Blog
  • Dave80's Blog
  • wazaam's Blog
  • Seekingalpha513's Blog
  • knud86's Blog
  • rhon271's Blog
  • ussoccerfan1990's Blog
  • California's Blog
  • zaskar11's Blog
  • Amit2014's Blog
  • Alice66's Blog
  • kokosam's Blog
  • DPHouser's Blog
  • SKP's Blog
  • hairagain69's Blog
  • WRajah2012's Blog
  • waiting's Blog
  • jerzig's Blog
  • amb2000's Blog
  • rizwanlodhi's Blog
  • jobegood1's Blog
  • sadhikari's Blog
  • HAIRTRANSPLANTDOCTOR123's Blog
  • Glider's Blog
  • jpthind's Blog
  • Sheeple's Blog
  • Drkalia's Blog
  • BaldEagle1892's Blog
  • hlosspat's Blog
  • BBBOY's Blog
  • Goforgold's Blog
  • hairytime's Blog
  • danide8710's Blog
  • sherry28's Blog
  • Yaz89's Blog
  • yoddha's Blog
  • britboy's Blog
  • FemaleFUT's Blog
  • TheMirrorOfDreams's Blog
  • thenewguy123's Blog
  • polochap's Blog
  • sudhir8702's Blog
  • Grafty's Blog
  • londonhair's Blog
  • kbkripper's Blog
  • HairPhnatic's Blog
  • Ricky's Blog
  • Dave4880's Blog
  • May013's Blog
  • Princeofhearts's Blog
  • jburelp's Blog
  • jai1234's Blog
  • FUE2579's Blog
  • eddyvedder's Blog
  • ?'s Blog
  • SunnyCool3's Blog
  • Woody6969's Blog
  • donorscar's Blog
  • Hairyboy5's Blog
  • neolion's Blog
  • Back2Form's Blog
  • Sheriff's Blog
  • Desperate1988's Blog
  • Bluesky's Blog
  • KeithJagger's Blog
  • Koolbreeze's Blog
  • takla2013's Blog
  • losingmyhair123's Blog
  • scott31007's Blog
  • EvenSteven2125's Blog
  • bombaywala's Blog
  • gmahair's Blog
  • Voltronmane2461's Blog
  • wish86's Blog
  • Kirk1963's Blog
  • shakkuu's Blog
  • sfman's Blog
  • Dhana84980's Blog
  • Fullness's Blog
  • IndiaHope's Blog
  • Swldoby's Blog
  • MrGio-WHTCClinic's Blog
  • GRIGRIMAN's Blog
  • carlosdanger69's Blog
  • Joyari123's Blog
  • cforce1's Blog
  • HairyKoala's Blog
  • scooter's Blog
  • nitesh1's Blog
  • hhhh's Blog
  • jav73's Blog
  • A29's Blog
  • northernslaphead's Blog
  • hairlots's Blog
  • Emerson12's Blog
  • romanino's Blog
  • BigDan21's Blog
  • JonesESQ's Blog
  • brazbear's Blog
  • rich-winnipeg's Blog
  • badhan1988's Blog
  • varunind's Blog
  • Brettthebarber67's Blog
  • answeredprayer's Blog
  • Paulygon's Blog
  • genesis's Blog
  • serenaspeaks's Blog
  • adrianarm's Blog
  • hawks1234's Blog
  • HTfromUK's Blog
  • MAN's Blog
  • Buro4444's Blog
  • Cgurney94's Blog
  • tolete's Blog
  • Dreammerchant's Blog
  • sdilse2's Blog
  • ginowine's Blog
  • rkasliwal1's Blog
  • voxman's Blog
  • AdrianHunt's Blog
  • HoustonChandigarh's Blog
  • sptaj's Blog
  • Newbie50's Blog
  • TrojanHorse's Blog
  • parma83's Blog
  • fgatw2013's Blog
  • UncreativeScreename's Blog
  • phantom777's Blog
  • Markinch's Blog
  • Harryb's Blog
  • dtemin's Blog
  • mehrajkhalidyousuf's Blog
  • Balbir's Blog
  • telis87's Blog
  • highforehead's Blog
  • Guru's Blog
  • spartan13's Blog
  • Wen-Yi Wu M.D.'s Blog
  • curiousge0rge's Blog
  • Diesel2513's Blog
  • Splendido507's Blog
  • HairLossIsBrutal's Blog
  • Tim's Blog
  • vas's Blog
  • Joseph624's Blog
  • HairsWantedVBN's Blog
  • samantha91798's Blog
  • Lvg's Blog
  • sherrimelton's Blog
  • rayy1984's Blog
  • popagos82's Blog
  • thomashall's Blog
  • Raz786's Blog
  • Zacbold's Blog
  • JBG's Blog
  • damien's Blog
  • sercecik56's Blog
  • Davidcorner's Blog
  • NervousBaldy's Blog
  • damien1978's Blog
  • randman's Blog
  • Gaurang Krishna's Blog
  • Superhawk's Blog
  • Dinesh04's Blog
  • abhiasv's Blog
  • FOOLISH2's Blog
  • Bogdbia's Blog
  • Vitamins's Blog
  • subhash9745's Blog
  • manojG's Blog
  • danny818's Blog
  • orhernan83's Blog
  • David-ARTAS's Blog
  • arunpattaraHT's Blog
  • sam6398's Blog
  • zingo1000's Blog
  • king0564's Blog
  • punjabiboy's Blog
  • Nohairman's Blog
  • MrG-1981's Blog
  • home1212's Blog
  • alopecia1982's Blog
  • AaronS's Blog
  • bigguy327's Blog
  • erebos's Blog
  • BMW1990's Blog
  • tk's Blog
  • cajunman83's Blog
  • ChaosBanana's Blog
  • schoy2240's Blog
  • Arekk's Blog
  • AntonioL's Blog
  • jsnw's Blog
  • Saff's Blog
  • wkretzmer's Blog
  • Freddy's Blog
  • varlax's Blog
  • vicky51191's Blog
  • dubhain's Blog
  • phoenix1988's Blog
  • confidencerestorationsurgery's Blog
  • philipsm's Blog
  • mplusf's Blog
  • apja7's Blog
  • HairYouGo's Blog
  • Doritos's Blog
  • Botros's Blog
  • cruze14's Blog
  • hadenough2014's Blog
  • Royal74296's Blog
  • Yalfassi's Blog
  • RajBoise's Blog
  • anuragrathi85's Blog
  • DrewHTSF's Blog
  • tyro's Blog
  • spitfire uk's Blog
  • 30UKGUY's Blog
  • hauntedhawk's Blog
  • Yar1989's Blog
  • Hairlesstiger's Blog
  • DerekLucan's Blog
  • Roots555's Blog
  • AlanDaniel's Blog
  • Ijazgoindi's Blog
  • eirehair's Blog
  • Thomas1988's Blog
  • cris4u's Blog
  • roamingdiver's Blog
  • Dannyboy1982's Blog
  • meher's Blog
  • Derek7's Blog
  • wilmerwesley's Blog
  • forcierraven's Blog
  • patientvic184's Blog
  • DavidA's Blog
  • HairyPotter79's Blog
  • kralko's Blog
  • awopaho's Blog
  • Daniel1979's Blog
  • shanson's Blog
  • Wwiizzkkiidd24's Blog
  • ktnouby's Blog
  • Court77's Blog
  • milanello's Blog
  • fittsrob's Blog
  • Oscar19's Blog
  • bb06's Blog
  • UK2015's Blog
  • Hairjam1982's Blog
  • kmink's Blog
  • Changingmylife's Blog
  • empirestate's Blog
  • ytnifeack's Blog
  • Danelkits's Blog
  • Amirfhm's Blog
  • haileynbc's Blog
  • Danyb's Blog
  • LasVegas2Orangecounty's Blog
  • ezel's Blog
  • watchingcountdown's Blog
  • Finguy's Blog
  • pras's Blog
  • Khanam's Blog
  • paceleb1's Blog
  • Night-day's Blog
  • Cuttlefish's Blog
  • ChadCooper3's Blog
  • RVD's Blog
  • ManchesterAK's Blog
  • nycrocker's Blog
  • FoyKohler's Blog
  • Niko1's Blog
  • MarkFUE's Blog
  • Notsure89's Blog
  • Selby1's Blog
  • BaldingInReverse's Blog
  • hokaido's Blog
  • CPR4Hair's Blog
  • Daviesr727's Blog
  • blackhimu's Blog
  • hairvanity's Blog
  • andy968's Blog
  • Tinny1378's Blog
  • DublinJack's Blog
  • laser01's Blog
  • hta's Blog
  • Kick's Blog
  • johnkia's Blog
  • patient001's Blog
  • Anthony777's Blog
  • antony789's Blog
  • LWU's Blog
  • barracuda9's Blog
  • JustJack66's Blog
  • achayan's Blog
  • GoingGoingNotQuiteGone's Blog
  • eyeahmed's Blog
  • Jam's Blog
  • wantedforwar's Blog
  • PeterRabit's Blog
  • darlinglocks's Blog
  • goozer's Blog
  • fuee2015's Blog
  • lawview's Blog
  • Franna's Blog
  • Tman's Blog
  • WHTC-7706631290's Blog
  • fazwoking01's Blog
  • good4sound's Blog
  • Dr. Suneet Soni's Blog
  • Shipwreck's Blog
  • bklynborn's Blog
  • robinmarvel's Blog
  • Dr. Shelly Friedman's Blog
  • FUTwithCooley's Blog
  • Broncos22's Blog
  • Borromeo1517's Blog
  • hairscar's Blog
  • ongbak7's Blog
  • hairdelhi's Blog
  • mitchell86's Blog
  • chris8888's Blog
  • Burlio's Blog
  • Marek's Blog
  • HawkDriver's Blog
  • silverdax's Blog
  • appooss's Blog
  • scalpesthetica's Blog
  • AntanasMolis's Blog
  • naayarneha13's Blog
  • Mayor1234's Blog
  • Bobbydee517's Blog
  • Kiran0078's Blog
  • SammyChase's Blog
  • pashpash's Blog
  • surajb's Blog
  • david2015's Blog
  • girishess's Blog
  • PaoloFiori's Blog
  • g1609's Blog
  • Vik12345's Blog
  • ammarshah's Blog
  • kerryman's Blog
  • Jock15's Blog
  • Aligem's Blog
  • Tony13's Blog
  • zafar301's Blog
  • sambaba1983's Blog
  • Omair's Blog
  • Jmorscha's Blog
  • Haksss's Blog
  • TJU's Blog
  • Jatte's Blog
  • weeg1690's Blog
  • alex2015's Blog
  • vik757's Blog
  • pbus66's Blog
  • Phantom123's Blog
  • bridbri83's Blog
  • kkgm07's Blog
  • Dr. Yetkin Bayer's Blog
  • ScorpionWest13's Blog
  • PlusHair's Blog
  • JNM's Blog
  • kris977's Blog
  • karladavis's Blog
  • chamuel81's Blog
  • getting4000's Blog
  • Receding911's Blog
  • gelo1978's Blog
  • B1gM1ke's Blog
  • Thesnake01's Blog
  • MrClean1's Blog
  • Ujay's Blog
  • Liammcd's Blog
  • Gatekeeper's Blog
  • 26HT's Blog
  • Pkk21's Blog
  • jbrown09's Blog
  • dibelloa's Blog
  • lukasyd's Blog
  • hairlosssufferer2016's Blog
  • det9925's Blog
  • hairplease82's Blog
  • 3dTimesACharm333's Blog
  • Supermanpinfold1998's Blog
  • kirenkodali's Blog
  • Adiadz9's Blog
  • hair99's Blog
  • Zues's Blog
  • ajeet's Blog
  • northstar007's Blog
  • Aerosurferlv's Blog
  • irishpaddyman's Blog
  • Ran's Blog
  • WabcoDude's Blog
  • IMLOOSINGHAIR's Blog
  • Tykocinski medical Group's Blog
  • dragonfly2014's Blog
  • edouard114's Blog
  • Win208's Blog
  • Sydney1's Blog
  • Melvin-HTsoon's Blog
  • Benny123's Blog
  • Hairhoho's Blog
  • johnFD's Blog
  • Lewisd1994's Blog
  • x1pelo's Blog
  • Alsufugy1's Blog
  • David777's Blog
  • happycanarelli's Blog
  • Julius's Blog
  • string11's Blog
  • ganjabaccha's Blog
  • scottbatt1's Blog
  • JamaicanFUE's Blog
  • bayram155's Blog
  • Satyamhairau's Blog
  • Rmartin's Blog
  • Dr.Shakti's Blog
  • jaswalraj1's Blog
  • Rani's Blog
  • HTvirgin83's Blog
  • 1Paulcor's Blog
  • nwbreed81's Blog
  • Rohans's Blog
  • KShattsy's Blog
  • NewsByScott's Blog
  • Sydaus's Blog
  • georg's Blog
  • Nancyeyre's Blog
  • MilindMore's Blog
  • Dr. Nav Vikram's Blog
  • Follicularchase's Blog
  • Haikaldingle's Blog
  • ediee02's Blog
  • mickeyblueeyes's Blog
  • YulB2's Blog
  • Nick92's Blog
  • natdylan01's Blog
  • baldindian2016's Blog
  • AshishDHT's Blog
  • Athirss's Blog
  • sanath1982's Blog
  • Vainism's Blog
  • Na
  • wibbles180's Blog
  • vverma's Blog
  • rohitbhalla's Blog
  • 1979's Blog
  • Promav's Blog
  • rahulindia's Blog
  • CarolSchumer18's Blog
  • Hope4all's Blog
  • kjh890124's Blog
  • Epharmarx's Blog
  • Tbcruz's Blog
  • cammi1's Blog
  • baldfornow's Blog
  • ThinING's Blog
  • Murphy89's Blog
  • HairFran's Blog
  • MacP's Blog
  • rrr's Blog
  • johnfish123's Blog
  • Anders-svanholm's Blog
  • Ironside30's Blog
  • darblue001's Blog
  • aram2012's Blog
  • jamiep's Blog
  • Diamondgl2's Blog
  • Nizlor's Blog
  • laserman123's Blog
  • Narola's Blog
  • Rwethereyet's Blog
  • Gothairr's Blog
  • Swan2swan's Blog
  • wprdds's Blog
  • rachele's Blog
  • zhanxing's Blog
  • Hawk90's Blog
  • theduke's Blog
  • newrootshairclinic's Blog
  • suraj4345's Blog
  • hairlinehelp's Blog
  • michale's Blog
  • duarte87's Blog
  • Charliea's Blog
  • Michaelpaul's Blog
  • HG1's Blog
  • AMR1's Blog
  • SivaVenkata's Blog
  • ozdownunder's Blog
  • SSS1990's Blog
  • Ferrino78's Blog
  • TOFI's Blog
  • PietroChestarini2's Blog
  • mhaider1991's Blog
  • Sydney36FUE's Blog
  • MR1KJ1's Blog
  • AngleD's Blog
  • Srkn07's Blog
  • siddharth's Blog
  • CJLondon2020's Blog
  • HybridHyper's Blog
  • Jon1986's Blog
  • billigatroja's Blog
  • azambrc's Blog
  • alex84's Blog
  • Ozer88's Blog
  • neverloosehope's Blog
  • jwbluedevil's Blog
  • Kobie612's Blog
  • scottcox's Blog
  • saddafkhan's Blog
  • dkrounder's Blog
  • FueTransplant's Blog
  • bidane001's Blog
  • stewk2001's Blog
  • rammarip's Blog
  • mb005's Blog
  • Ronnie99's Blog
  • yoyooo's Blog
  • jonyny's Blog
  • dasankur's Blog
  • thappa's Blog
  • Nym742's Blog
  • john082's Blog
  • Barberman1986's Blog
  • antertevo's Blog
  • nzmmalik's Blog
  • javierfer's Blog
  • Ameen123's Blog
  • 10 Years After Hair Transplant
  • MIha
  • Rogaine/Regaine Foam
  • I regret my fue hair transplant!!
  • Why are Grafts so high in Turkey?
  • Dharam
  • Hair Care Products
  • Hammer
  • John Okane
  • John
  • DHI- Hair Transplant Doctor
  • Hair loss treatments by Hairline international
  • How PRP Helps with Hair Loss
  • Toni
  • 2000 grafts ,Dr Koray, ASMED very happy
  • Berkowits
  • Hair Loss Solutions - Am I A Good Candidate For A Hair Transplant?
  • Hair Transplant | Hair Loss Topics
  • Hair Loss Talk
  • Ravishankar
  • Dr. Alexander FUT post transplant 4 years later. You be the judge.
  • Bio Science Hair of Colorado, Scam, Butcher, stole 5000.
  • Best African American Fue doctors . Post Opinions, Names and pictures
  • All Good Fue Doctors for African Americans. Feel free to drop names , opinions , and photos
  • Opinion, Advice Needed
  • Long Hair Smp?
  • Advice Needed
  • HealthAndMore
  • Help / Opinion needed
  • Chances
  • Chance
  • FUE OR FUT ???
  • Eugenix Dr Pradeep : Review
  • Chance
  • Cost Segregation
  • Eugenix
  • Before/after Dr Bhatti transplant
  • Best references for surgents with FUE experience with black African American Curly Hair
  • Puppenkauf ist einfach
  • Urgent
  • Various Reasons of Hair loss in Female Teenagers
  • Please give feeed back
  • Ricky D
  • How does a FUE hair transplant work?
  • Are FUE or hair transplant results permanent in young ?- A million dollar question that is troubling hair transplant industry
  • Claudio
  • My HT with Dr Pradeep
  • WARNING!!, if considering Dr Tayfun Oguzoglu, read this first and
  • WARNING!!, if considering Dr Tayfun Oguzoglu, read this first and save your live
  • David
  • General question
  • Gatsby
  • Effective Ways to Combat Hair Loss
  • Chulainn
  • Jeffrey22
  • Hair Results - 8 Years Later
  • Digital Marketing
  • Five reasons why your business won't survive without social media?
  • Instructions to foster a client first SEO methodology
  • The most effective method to ensure your Facebook Ad campaign doesn't crash and burn
  • Anika Lee
  • A way to scale up your content marketing with ai?
  • Is this hair loss?

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Year Born


Gender


Country


State


Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern


How long have you been losing your hair?


Norwood Level if Known


What Best Describes Your Goals?


Have you ever had a hair transplant?


Hair Transplant Surgeon


Other hair restoration physicians


Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime


Other Non-Surgical Hair Loss Treatments


Comments about hair loss treatments you've tried or are considering


Url of your Patient Hair Loss Website


Your Hair Loss Story


Hair Transplant Surgeon


Hair Transplant Network Recommendation Profile


Hair Transplant Clinic Name


Primary Clinic Address


Country


State


City


Zip Code


Phone Number


Fax Number


Website


Email Address


Provides


All About Me


Name


Doctor Representative For


Second Doctor


Location


Years in Hair Transplant Profession


Email Address


Have you Ever Had a Hair Transplant?


Advice for Hair Loss Sufferers Considering Hair Transplant Surgery


My Story

  1. Hello everyone, after a long thinking process finally I took the plunge and got my hair transplant done. I want to share the process with you guys as well. I lost most of my hairs after 30 years of age, I lost mostly on front and mid part as well as vertex are. Lately it got worse or maybe I started to care more about it and in the end I decided to make hair transplant. After I decided it was time to choose which clinic&doctor I should go. After my online research I found a couple forums and took a look at patients’ results and ASMED’s results caught my eye. They had good results consistently and therefore I choose ASMED for my hair transplant. Before Surgery After you make an appointment for your surgery, they invite you one day earlier than your operation date so that you can have a live consultation with Dr. Koray Erdogan and get prepared for surgery ( get your hairs shaved, talking with the anesthesiologist etc.). Upon arrival the girls at the reception greet you and you will head towards a room where you will get a couple tests such as ECG, blood test, covid-19 test etc. Once you get the tests out of the way your coordinator comes and takes you to another room where they take detailed photos of you and after that you will have your consultation with Dr. Koray. During the consultation he analyzes your hairs and tells you the thickness of your hairs and your donor capacity. After that he tells you how many grafts need to be implanted to get a good coverage regarding the level of hairloss you have. In my case doctor told me that 4200 grafts would be enough to get a good coverage with the help of Finasteride. After the consultation you head towards the finance department and complete the payment and then you head towards another floor to get your hairs shaven. Once they shave your hairs, they will take a couple photos from your donor area and then you head towards another room to have a robotic scan of your donor area. This was very interesting, basically a robot will turn around your head slowly and scans your follicles on your donor area, to tell the truth I was amazed at that point. Dr. Koray told me that with the data taken from robot he makes an extraction plan and tells the nurses how many grafts they should extract from different part of your head and what the average hair/graft ratio of extracted grafts should be. The attention to details they have and their detailed surgery planning really impressed me. Lastly after they done all the analysis required, Dr. Koray together with his partner Mrs. Dilek designs a new frontline for you, they listen to your ideas while they do it. After they complete the design they take a couple more photos, then you have a chat with the anesthesiologist about your health condition and what medicines they will use during the operation and you complete the preparation day. Operation Day On the operation day you need to get up early, around 07:00 am, and you need to wear scrubs, which are provided to you by the clinic, then your coordinator picks you up from the room and you will go towards washing room to get your hairs shaven again. After that you will head towards surgery room. In the enterance there is a girl playing piano to help patients to calm down and create a peaceful ambiance. The first phase is extraction, they apply local anesthesia to your donor area, the anesthesia phase is kind of annoying but after that I didn’t feel pain at all and it takes around 2/3 hours. After that the incisions are being performed by Dr. Koray, again under local anesthesia, this phase takes around 40-60 minutes. And they conclude the operation with implantation phase which takes around 3 hours. In general the operation was pretty comfortable, besides the pain during the local injections which are kind of annoying but after that you don’t feel anything at all. When the operation finishes your coordinator tells you what to do and what not to and they provide you painkillers for the night in case you feel pain but actually I didn’t. The thing bothered me was actually the neck pillow and the sleeping position because you need to sleep on your back for 10 days to protect your hairs which is hard and annoying unfortunately. The day after your surgery you get your first washing done at the clinic and they explain you how to do it at your own. It was pretty easy to be fair, even if I was scared to do it by myself during the first time it wasn’t that hard, everyone can do it without any issues. Your coordinator provides you the lotion, shampoo etc. that you need to use during the washing. Also tells you about what you need to be careful while doing or what you need to avoid doing. After that the procedure comes to an end. This is pretty much how the process goes in ASMED. I hope I was clear enough about the process. For the time being I am very happy that I chose ASMED as clinic. The staff is very kind and professional, the clinic is so well cleaned, hygiene is top level, the technology is being used to determine how many grafts you have is almost mind blowing. From the beginning till the end you feel like you are in safe hands. Now the only thing I hope is to have a good result like the most of the ASMED patients. I will upload new photos from now and then so that you can follow my process. 10 days
  2. I had my 2nd FUE Hair Transplant surgery done with Dr. Ferreira in Portugal on 03/06/2021 & 04/06/2021 (2 day surgery). Since it's not my first post, I won't get into much detail about why I chose him and how he operates. You can find more information on my first post from 1st surgery. On my first surgery I had done only frontal third, so remaining mid scalp and crown were still bare. This was of course the plan all along - 2 step approach. 2nd surgical goal - increase density in frontal 1/3, fill in mid scalp & crown and reinforce existing temple points. More info in here. Here's my before & after 1st surgery shaven. Footage of recipient & donor area here. (I do apologise for quality of pictures. I should receive pictures from Dr. Ferreira in upcoming weeks). It wasn't a huge surgery, just 2881 grafts, but over 2 days. During my last surgery I had over 50% of popping due to my very elastic skin & excess bleeding, so Dr. Ferreira wanted to take it slow this time and make sure it's very well under control. This time, he said it was only about 5% as he was implanting the grafts in stages - about 500-600 grafts at a time and spreading implantations at a time. First day we finished with 1231 grafts (3686 hairs & 2.99 ratio). Dr. Ferreira said my donor has very minimal to no miniaturisation. He actually tried to find one under microscopic evaluation upon my request but couldn't see a clear example. Day 1 finished. Main focus - reinforcing frontal 1/3 as well as mid scalp. Day 2 same process. 1650 grafts (4562 hairs & 2.76 ratio). Grant total - 2881 grafts (8248 hairs & 2.86 ratio). These are approximate numbers - Frontal 1/3 - 700 grafts, Temple Peaks - 100 grafts each side, Mid scalpp & Crown - 1900-2000. My overall thoughts and overview of the surgery in video format on my YouTube channel is here. Dr. Ferreira estimated I've got about 2000 grafts in the donor available for next surgery should I need. This of course should be done carefully in order to preserve donor. So far donor area looks pretty good. There's a lot of hairs in between extractions from both 1st & 2nd surgery. I did a small analyze with close-ups in here. Overall I'm very happy with the way it's been done and the way it looks. So far following my post-op instructions and hoping for the best! I'm posting a lot of updates on my YouTube Channel if someone would like to know & see more about my surgery and my recovery. I will post here pictures as soon as Dr. Ferreira will send them over to me.
  3. Type of Procedure: FUE Hair transplant. Amount of grafts: 3300 Method of Extraction: Micro-motor Surgeon: Dr Ozlem Bicer Where: Istanbul, Turkey Hello Everybody, After almost a year of research a consulting many many different doctors and web sources (Joe Tillman included) regarding what a hair transplant actually is and what a person should look for in a hair surgeon, I finally restricted my search to about 3 or 4 doctors. All of whom are members of the prestigious IAHRS group. After further research and extensive consultations with all 4 clinics, I found Dr Bicer's offer to be most to my liking. Not only were her qualifications and results some of the best I have seen, but also her price was the most reasonable despite the level of service. Prior to coming to Turkey, the Doctor and her team were ever ready to answer my numerous questions and offered repeatedly to let me speak via video consult with the doctor herself. Finally, in January 2021, I made the trip to Istanbul, Turkey. A day before my surgery, I was called in to get all the pre-op paperwork out of the way. They explained the procedure yet again and put me at easy with their friendly smiles and words. I was given the post-op medication and hair care aswell. My pictures were taken for the sake of the before and after pics aswell. My bloods were also taken for all the necessary tests. Finally, the day of the surgery arrived. I was at the surgery by 9am. The doctor once again spoke to me and explained the procedure and repeatedly enquired if I had any more questions. I have not mentioned this yet but one of the main reason for my choosing Dr. Bicer was because of her "1 client per day" rule. Ie. on the day of your surgery, you are the only patient at the clinic and all the focus and attention is on you. And this goes a long way to ensure that there are no complications etc. Continuing with the rest of the day of my surgery, the nurses then shaved my hair off, a few more pics were taken to take note of the full extent of my hairloss. The doctor then drew my hairline and spent a good amount of time rectifying it to suite my needs whilst advising me about what to expect and what would work and what wouldn't. Once that was done, we made our way to surgery room. Just a point of note, the doctor makes it clear that during the surgery, there are 5 major parts. 1. Drawing of the hairline 2. Anesthesia 3. Graft extraction 4. Opening of the slits 5. insertion of hair into slits. No1 - The doctor does No2 - The anesthesia is done by a qualified nurse. but the doctor is present the entire time. No3 - The doctor does this part aswell. No4 - The opening of the slits is done by the doctor aswell. The nurses then separate the extracted grafts into single, double and triple hair grafts etc. and the doctor checks on them to ensure graft quality. No5 - the final stage is done by her qualified technicians. the doctor is not present the entire time during this part. But she does pop into the operating area every 10 or 15 mins to ensure all is going well and inspect the work. Returning to my surgery, first, a drip was inserted with medication to assist against any possible allergic reaction to the anesthetic. Then the anesthetic began. I was a bit worried about this part as usually everyone who has been for a hair transplant surgery speaks about the pain of the anesthesia. I opted for the needle free option. However, it is not unlike a sugar testing machine. The machine that pricks the tip of the finger with a quick thud and you feel pain for a second or 2. That's the closest way to describe it. Only its somewhat larger and the sound is louder. The pain on every use is around a 4 out of 10 mostly. Some places on the head are more sensitive so the pain can reach a 6/10. but the pain lasts about a second per shot. So this needle free applicator is used about 20 or 30xs per side of the head that is been dealt with. So it can last a good 15 min or so. But it's very bearable. Once that is done, they then use a normal injection to test where you can still feel anything , and should you feel any pain, they inject the anesthesia in and once that's done, it's painless from there till the end. Then the Doctor starts the graft extraction. After that we stopped for a small break to each lunch. Then the slits are made and grafts inserted. All in all it takes a good 10 hours or so. The doctor and her team were very professional yet friendly and made my experience extremely bereable. Based on what I have experienced so far, I would recommend Dr.Bicer and her team to anyone wanting to undergo a hair transplant. Let's hope the results are as amazing as expected. N.B. This review has been written immediately after my surgery and is based purely on what I have experienced so far. As far as the results of the surgery and whether it will be successful or not, only time will tell.
  4. Hello I had posted on this forum before regarding my hairloss but recently found out that some of it is not due to mpb but also vitiligo on my scalp, in the middle of my scalp Theres a patch of thin hair that grows out grey and the skin there was whiter my derm said that it’s vitiligo, my temples are due to mpb but not the scalp patch and was wondering what Norwood am I and how many grafts I would need to fill in my temples, and if it’s even possible to transplant hair in a spot where vitiligo is present, I have had this spot since I was a teen so I believe it’s stable and hasn’t spread but now hair there doesn’t grow due to the fact that my immune system attacked the skin there so it has a paler color below are pictures of my hair and my donor and the results I want to achieve, currently I’m on fin and topical fin and I dermaroll once a week I know my case is unique because there’s no cases about transplanting hair where vitiligo is located I also drew what I want to
  5. Hello I’ve been experiencing hairloss for maybe a couple years now, I’ve been trying minoxidil and tretinoin and derma-rolling barely started this month with the derma-rolling 1.5mm, been weary of finasteride but will probably try it topically before I try it orally the thinning in the middle is abnormal since it’s always been thinner since I was younger grey hair grows there so it makes it look a lot thinner it’s something I’ve never been able to figure out? The temples are definitely suffering hairloss. But with hair fibers I can pretty easily still hide my hairloss, I’ve been using minoxidil for maybe two months now so perhaps it looks worse right now because it could be shedding? My age (22) prevents me from trying a hair transplant but I was wondering if my donor looks ok? Any suggestions would help pictures are out of the showing in harsh lighting
  6. Hi All, Long-time forum reader here, first time poster. Since this site is and has been a valuable tool for many of us hair loss sufferers, I’ve decided to make an account and post about my hair transplant experience and progress in hopes of helping others in their journey, as this forum has been helpful in mine and many others’. With all that said, and in order to keep things impartial, I will mainly stick to posting my visual progress, I prefer to keep some details of my procedure private and I am not going to disclose the name of my surgeon/clinic until I have at the very least reached the 1-year mark of my progress so as the focus is on actual growth progress rather than other topics or issues. My purpose here is to share my experience and progress since many have kindly shared theirs, and have waited to do so until I have had some progress to share immediately rather than monthly. I am 40+, from the US and 7 months post FUE Ht. My FUE procedure consisted of 5,000 grafts done in mid-June of 2018. I have been taking photos of my progress along the way and will try and post them in timely respective order. Feedback is welcome and appreciated. Thanks.
  7. Hello everyone. I have been reading the forum for a long time and as a token of gratitude, I decided to share my experience of hair transplantation. I am 34 years old. I lost most of my hair from front and crown parts when I was a student. I have tried several and different medication and methods but the hair did not grow back or I couldn’t provide my hairs from falling out. So I decided to do hair transplantation. I spent a lot of time choosing a doctor since it is a life-changing decision after all. I searched for information on different platforms and different forums and I chose doctor Koray Erdogan from Asmed Clinic in Istanbul. I will try to write in detail about my experience. Consultation with a doctor Koray Erdogan at the clinic On Monday, 10th May I came to the clinic for consultation and preparation for the operation. In front of the entrance to the clinic, there is an automatic disinfection air passway, then they gave me a new mask. At this time during a pandemic, precautions are very important for me. I did a PCR test and the necessary analysis of an ECG, at that moment I felt absolutely safe and concluded that I was in the right place. Then I met with my patient coordinator, her name is Alina. She informed me about the operation. My coordinator and I went up to another floor to take professional photographs of my hair. Then we went to the doctor's office for a consultation. Before coming to the clinic, based on photos I sent online, the doctor’s estimation was 5000 grafts, during the consultation the doctor analyzed my hair and he recommended I continue taking finasteride and changed the graft number to 4000 grafts (1 operation day). The doctor said that we will do a transplant to the temple part, to the front part and the vertex. This plan made me very happy, I felt very comfortable and completely trusted the doctor. Then Alina and I went into the washing room, my hairs were shaved, the staff was very professional and very friendly. For the operation planning, I had computer and robot analysis, they do their job very professionally. I also met Dr Umut, he is an anesthesiologist. The doctor asked me questions about my health, told me about the process of operation, this meeting gave me the confidence that I was in the right hands. Then Dr Koray and Mrs Dilek came. Dr Koray drew a front line including the temple part ( I will share photos ) I and all the personal around really liked the line from the temple part (Dr Koray is a master of the front line and I was convinced with this). Then they took my photos with a special device (it turns out this device was created by Dr Koray), the device takes photographs from 6 different angles at one time. So the preparation for the operation came to an end. Operation day In the morning at 07:00, I was in the clinic. They prepared a cosy room for me and gave me special clothes for the operation. At 07:30 Alina came and we went to the washing room again, they shaved my hair again and we went to the operating room. The operating room is equipped with all technologies. In the operating room, they have different devices to measure blood pressure, measure pulse, saturation and also they opened an IV way. With the help of a small injector, they gave me local anaesthesia ( it didn’t hurt much). Then began the process of extraction grafts began. With the help of special technologies, I can keep track of the counted grafts. Dr Koray on the monitor showed how my grafts looked, talked about their quality. After the extraction, we moved on to the second part of the operation- incisions!!! I was again given local anaesthesia I laid there and felt absolutely fine. The doctor made incisions, it didn’t hurt at all. Then we moved on to the last part of the operation- implantation. It took several hours so I slept. The operation ended when all my grafts were transplanted. I was placed in the room to get some rest. Dr Koray made the necessary control, made sure that everything went well. This was the end of my operating day. Post operations The first night after the operation went well I felt just a little discomfort due to the positional restrictions but this is not a huge deal. During the first washing in the clinic, they washed my hair and gave me instructions about how to wash my hair by myself. They provided me with a medical bag with all the necessary products for washing and post-operational care. I didn't need to buy anything else I was very happy. I want to say thanks to Dr Koray and all ASMED personal for professionalism, I felt absolutely comfortable throughout the entire operating process. I will share information about my result. Thank you for your attention ( it turned out to be a very long text, but I really want to share all the details of my experience ).
  8. I've had two FUT procedures since 2012 from Dr. John Diep here in Northern California and I'm about to go for a smaller FUE procedure in July. I have a lot of things scheduled during the second half of the year and can't afford to go to them with a partially shaved head; in addition, the large scar on my scalp from the FUT procedures is not something I want to show off. Has anybody in the forum been able to receive a FUE procedure without having their head shaved?
  9. Hi all, it took me a while to get the courage and share my experience with you, I ve been keeping an eye on the forum for a while before I decided to have a hair transplant surgery. I ve been reading about doctors, I ve been checking your results here and on few other forums before making my mind and go for Dr. Koray Erdoğan at Asmed Clinic. I am 39 years old and my frontline has been receeding especially in the past 5 years, looking at my old pictures I began to notice, as in the meantime I became an expert at hiding it while styling my hair So, as I’ve been working from home for over a year now given the pandemics, I said it would be the right time to get this done I had my surgery on the 30th May, so one day before the procedure, I went to the clinic for the consultation with Dr. Koray, prior to the surgery. In order to even get into the clinic, one must pass through these doors that launch disinfecting spray all over your body. Then they test your temperature to see if you have a fever and make you change your mask for a new one. After the Covid-19 test we went to the routine ones, like ECG, blood tests . Once these were good, I met my patient coordinator, Andreea, who accompanied me to the next steps, as following. First, they took my pictures, professional cameras, both dry and wet hair (once again, a bigger shock to see actually the dimensions of my hairloss area ). Then we went back to the lobby, listen to some nice piano music and Andreea, my patient coordintor, explained what would happen next, during the consultation with the doctor and the next day. I must admit, I was nervous before, who would not be?! But as soon as I stept into the clinic I felt reassured that I am in the right place, sorrounded by the right people. So, we got to the consultation with Dr. Koray, moment of truth - after the doc checked my hair (density, caliber), calculated my donor capacity and also made the design of my frontline he also recommended to adress the temple peaks area, which would make a difference by framing my face, according to the doc. I checked in the mirror and liked the design, then the doctor explained the characteristics of my hair and answered all my questions, recommended to use Finasteride especially for the crown area, where I also have thinning hair. Started using medication some day. I got my hair shaved, washed, then they took pictures of my donor area and went to the Ke Bot. Again Dr. Koray draw my hairline, checked pictures and robot analysis, based on which there were to make the plan of my surgery. Now fast forward, getting to the big day, the surgery day I had a very nice surprise to see what tech they have in there - WOW - I could see number of hairs, grafts, projection on my head, donor area, occipital, parietal, where to extract from, where to place the hairs, everything first -rate. Even all the hairs that were implanted were counted real time. Surgery went smooth, pain was quite manageable and cold senstion was solved with a heated blanket. During the day I was able to watch a movie or listen to some music, also got some sleep. Dr. Koray and the team that has operated me were very kind and offering true comfort. Next day they washed my hair, removed my bandage and explain how I should take care of my hair for the next 10-12 days, also provided the lotion and shampoo I was going to use. I can tell overall I am very happy about the way everything happened and especially by now when I look in the mirror the design of my frontline looks amazing, I m very excited and cannot wait to see the regrowth, still I know I have around one year of waiting ahead, but good things come to those who wait I leave here the pictures with my current situation, now it s almost one month after surgery, with shedding stage about the happen. If you have any questions will try my best to answer and post my pics every month, so that you can see my results and share your thoughts with me.
  10. Hi All, I had written a previous post explaining the generic stuff about my situation as a pre-amble to my surgery, see link below for the context: I had the surgery on 23 November 2020 and the below is my initial feedback /review. Organisation: Muzaffer, Dr Demirsoy's assistant, is the point man for the entire process. I cannot stress enough how much it helps to have a single point of contact for everything from hotel bookings to explaining post op care. He's a great guy and shows a keen interest in your wellbeing. I don't have experience of how other operations are run - but the Armamed process is certainly very smooth and well organised. Surgery: Dr Demirsoy originally suggested 3500-3800 grafts when I sent in photos a few months ago. However, on closer inspection of the thinning areas and due to selecting a conservative hairline (see pictures below) we landed up with only 3007 grafts. I am happy with the lower number of grafts, there will be plenty left over for another surgery if/when needed. Dr Demirsoy said that I should be good for another 2500/3000 grafts in donor capacity before compromising the donor sight. 🙂 Local anesthetic injections are not pleasant, but really aren't too bad. I didn't experience any pain during the procedure. I didn't get an average hair count per graft, but Dr Demirsoy said that there were mostly doubles and triples, with a few quads. Dr Demirsoy extracted the grafts himself, using a 0.85mm motorized punch. He also makes off the the incisions for the recipient area. His three nurses then place the grafts after a quick lunch. The whole process took from about 8:30-16:30 (including pre-op planning etc.) One thing I hadn't read else where and found quite interesting is how your head actually feels post op. It feels like you are wearing a child size helmet, which is a bit disorientating, but not painful. I think what everyone is after, at least initially is the photographic evidence, so please see below some of the pictures taken by the team: Planning: Shaved post planning: Immediately post op: Day 1 post op: I am happy to answer any questions here or with a PM. So far I am really happy with the experience. I will continue to post on a weekly/ monthly basis. Cheers.
  11. On May 9th 2020 I had a hair transplant procedure with Dr. Keene. We did 2400 total FUE grafts - 1200 in the frontal regions and the other 1200 in the crown. Dr. Keene is an excellent surgeon who really cares about you, your situation, the results, the industry, etc etc. If you're thinking about getting a hair transplant, you should put her on your interview list. And the staff -- they are awesome! I think everyone is wonderful in the group, but Nicole definitely stands out as someone who really makes you feel comfortable and makes the whole process a bit more enjoyable and fun :). Ok, so let's not leave out more great people like Lisa, Savannah, Ube, and Bernice (not sure i got everyone, sorry!) who are also exceptional. For anyone struggling with hair loss, I hope this helps! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Let's start with pre op pictures.... Now for some photos 2 days after surgery.... BELOW are the 1 year post op pictures from Dr. Keene's office BELOW are a few 1 year post op pics I took myself to show the length as the above pictures were fresh from a haircut that may have been cut too short... Here's a direct sunlight shot.
  12. Hello dear balding friends! A lot of you guys asked for it so here you go! My "quick" report I had a 2 day surgery done in Espinho, Porto, Portugal with Dr. Bruno Ferreira on 28th & 29th of January 2020. Currently resting in my hotel and since I have all the time in the world I decided to write this up - "for whom it my concern" Grab a cup of coffee/tea/whateveryouintothisdays and enjoy reading! A little bit about me 28 year old Caucasian male, Androgenic Alopecia, NW5a. Older Brother - NW 6/7, Father - NW 7-teen. To set up a base line, here's a photo of me before any hair loss (age 18). Never had extremely straight hairline (just a fact!). I've been loosing hair for the last 7-8 years, obviously not extremely excited about this fact, so when I reached NW3a i became worried. I started my research for "natural cure" and tried Detumescence Therapy (vigorous scalp massages - mechanical stimulation) for 20 minutes morning and evening 6 months straight (according to researcher after doing this type of massages you can expect to START seeing some results from 6 months onward), and then just gave up as I had big lifestyle changes all at once, so couldn't manage it. I don't want to go into detail of how it works, so google for yourself, but I strongly believe it halt my hair loss progression a bit. Years went by and I slowly started loosing more and more hair until eventually in December 2018 (that's when I began my research 24/7), when I was full blown NW5a I decided to do something about it. To keep it short, you can read my other thread on here. While I was doing some treatments, I was also heavily researching (when I say heavily, I mean - on the way to work, at work, at lunch brake, on the toilet after lunch, on the way back home, the rest of the evening, almost all weekend) Hair Transplant surgeons until end of November 2019 when I made my decision. More on that below. In this post I didn't want to go into much details (nobody would really read it for 3 hours straight!), so I kept it nice and short with my main candidates. Day 0 27.01.20 - Trip to Portugal. Quick flight from London to Porto about 2 hours. Afterwards got an Uber from airport and in 25 minutes already in my hotel 1 minute away from the clinic! Booked via Booking, quite cheap. Plenty of options. Easy task. Day 1 28.01.20 - Quick breakfast and 07:30 am @ the clinic. First impression - Super early! The whole clinic looks like closed except of Dr. Ferreira's part. In the building company Rejuvie are offering things like Aesthetic/Antiaging/Dental and many other treatments. However, don't be fooled! Dr. Bruno has his own part on ground floor where he designed everything himself from consultation room to OR. There's no other things going on in there but Hair Restoration done by Dr. Ferreira. I met his lovely team consisting of 3 nurses and Dr. Bruno himself and been directed to patients room, which is dedicated only for patients himself. They gave me a key of the door, so I wasn't worried about my belongings being there while having my operation. One of the nurses Ricardo (btw, this guys is absolutely amazing! He will take care of you every second you spent there and you will feel like you are a super star!) gave me a surgical "uniform" to change right away and shortly after Dr. Bruno came to see me to discuss procedure. Obviously while waiting I managed to snap a quick photo We discussed bits and pieces, signed needed paperwork and headed to the other room for a photo shoot. Dr. Bruno took quite a few pictures and we started planning hairline design. It took a good 15 minutes or so to finalise it. I was actually quite amazed of his attention to detail! Not a typical hairline done in 2 seconds like you see in many videos from Turkey hahaha After he showed me his final proposal I didn't even want to change a thing. It looked perfect! Now when I'm thinking it's probably because I didn't see any hairline for years , but his final design after careful examination of my facial structures was looking amazing. Afterwards we buzzed my hair completely, made some more pictures, Dr. Bruno took measurements of recipient and donor areas and we headed to the other room "on the table under the knife". As I'm writing this post I don't have any pictures made by Dr. Ferreira, so once I've got them I will update this thread. Procedure The Plan - extract and implant around 3500 grafts over 2 days Tools used - Lion Implanters, Motorised 0.85mm punch, Manual 0.85mm punch (and probably smaller, not sure, Sorry! ) (more information coming soon) Implantation approach - pre-made incisions + Implanters for the hairline and the rest using Lion Implanters alone (picture attached) Area to cover - 75 cm2 Future hair transplant area to cover (crown & mid scalp) - 75 cm2, approximately 1500-2000 grafts (more information coming soon) Donor area - around 10,000 extractable grafts, lots of multiple units (more information coming soon) Hair shaft diameter - 51 micron Picture below shows all extractions updated live by nurses on the screen next to the operation table. Now, it might look like a lot of grafts for such small area, but because my hair shaft is quite thin (~51 microns), I would need more hairs/cm2 to have great coverage. Everything started from Anaesthesia which to my surprise was almost pain-less! Dr. Bruno was using his fingers to gently massage the area while slowly inserting the needle and to my surprise that was incredibly pain-less. I asked him how is that everyone is talking about how the most painful part is anaesthesia and I almost didn't feel a thing, he replied "I'm just being very gentle". That's when I realised the difference between caring surgeon and money-making-minded surgeon. Anyways... Back of my head numb in few moments and we jumped right into extractions. The feeling of that.. Like a very quiet clippers. I kind of liked the way it feels hahaha (i guess I'm weird ). No pain. Dr. Ferreira used 0.85 mm motorised punch only because after examining my donor turned out a lot of grafts are placed almost in a straight line (e.g. 4 hair graft is not in a bunch, but in a line), thus covering bigger area, thus larger punch is needed. After all extractions been done we still had a little time before our food arrives, so Dr. Bruno decided to do some incisions for the hairline BTW selection of food was solid! Fish, Meat, Veg, Soup, Drinks, Dessert... I asked if it's possible to get Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice and turns out it was not a part of the deal, but to my surprise they got it for me! While extractions went like a knife through butter, Implantation part was quite difficult and it took much longer than expected. I had a lot of popping due to my elastic skin (damn you Detumescence therapy I guess! ) and excessive bleeding. Dr. Ferreira used "every trick in the book" (that's what he said haha) to manage the situation and by the end of the day everything looked promising. Post-op instruction and back to hotel... Had a great night sleep, 0 pain. Woke up just 2 times, so I used that opportunity to spray saline solution as per Dr.'s instructions. Day 2 29.01.20 - Arrival to clinic at the same time 07:30 am. Quick check up, donor wash and right into the action. Dr. Ferreira decided to change his approach to make implantations much smoother and avoid complications. The Plan - extract ~500 grafts and implant them immediately Total extracted grafts - 3611 Total extracted hairs - 9861 Total ratio - 2,73 Pardon me, I didn't make a picture of "Total" page! Hopefully will receive this information soon from Dr. Ferreira and will update this thread. Overall day 2 was sooooo much smoother! The new approach Dr. Bruno decided to take this day worked like wonders! Almost no popping and no excessive bleeding. Conclusion I was extremely impressed by Dr.'s adaptability to situations. Taking different approaches "on the go" to control the process. I didn't even realised at first that he was using manual punch until one moment I was like "waaaaaaaaait a second.. Something is different!". No sound, just pure manual rotating movement. I asked Dr. Bruno - "Are you using a manual punch?" to what he replied - "yes, in some places it's easier to get into with manual punch". The right tool for right situation. How about that? Anyways, here's some post-op pictures. I will keep updating this thread until final result. Also, once I've got a good quality pictures from Dr. Ferreira I will update that here. Please feel free give me your opinions! I'm super excited to finally get it done (especially the fact that I can see my hairline hahaha ).
  13. I decided to get a FUE hair transplant in Virginia, USA (where I live). Researched a few Drs/Clinics and picked one that was close to my house and had good reviews. The Dr looked at my head and said I needed 2,000 grafts. I would like a good density and was wondering what you all thought about the work the Dr. did? Was 2,000 grafts enough?
  14. Dear all, just coming back from Turkey, I just would like to share my story with you over the next months. Now, 5 years after I had my first HT (FUT) with Hattingenhair, I wanted to improve my hair situation with a 2nd surgery. I decided to go for FUE this time in order to keep my donor as "homogenous" as possible, not taking all grafts just from one line again. My decision to go for Asmed and Dr. Koray was mainly driven by the overall good results I saw in several forums like this one here. Seeing that the amount of unsatisfied patients seemed to increased over the last year(s) made me a little sceptical, but my appointment with Asmed was booked and I decided to finally go for it. I won't describe the whole procedure of the three days as everything has been said by lot of members in this forum here - all i can say is that the organization was very professionell (also dealing with the current Covid situation) and I felt I was in good hands at all time. Attached please see some pre-op pictures both with dry and wet hair as well as picture right after the surgery. Last picture shows day 2 after surgery. Looking forward to sharing and exchanging with you!
  15. I had my hair transplant in Duabi padra clinic. my donor area looks overharvested after 3 months post-surgery.
  16. Henlo friends, I had an FUE procedure of 1800 grafts on Monday 07.12.20 at HDC with Dr. Maras. Should have been a week earlier, however I could not leave the UK at that time. Background So I have already shared some details in my initial post where I was considering several surgeons, but I'll collect and summarize everything here. I'll tell you guys "what happened", it's literally how Dr. Maras asked me to describe my hair loss situation. Started losing my hair at the age of 19. I had really long hair and a friend of mine pointed out that it's getting thinner and it's probably because I was lacking the vitamins to support a long hair. I went to my barber for confirmation, of course he said the same, so I cut my hair really short and realized that my hair was indeed a lot less dense and the hairline started creeping back too. Obviously I went through the denial stage, partly because I did the mistake of asking my family's oppinion. They all said I'm not balding, I always had thin hair, etc. I have no idea how on earth I was not considering the fact that apart from my brother (lucky NW1 bastard ), pretty much every single male on both side of my family is suffering from MPB like NW5-6 stages. So yeah, my biggest regret is not taking action when I could have reversed things. I did take some natural supplements like saw palmetto, biotin but that was it. Fast forward 4-5 years and again somebody kindly pointed out that I'm going bald. Again, I grew my hair out so it kinda disguised things, but a new short haircut revealed the actual damage. First of all, my temples were receded to NW3, but the worst thing is I had low density all over and a small bald spot in the crown area I have never even seen before! At that point it was pretty clear to me that give another 5 years and I'll be slick bald just like my cousins. But I also realized that I simply CAN'T be bald, first of all I don't have the right head shape and style and body (I'm fairly short and very thin) to shave it all off, and second, I believe it's something Melvin said once that having no hair just felt like.. it was not him. I had that same feeling all my life, hair is a part of my identity, and losing that would be like losing myself forever. I don't want to be so melodramatic, hair loss affects us all emotionally, but for some people it's a deep trauma, one that can not be erased as you look into the mirror every day, right? I've been depressed due to my hair loss, I spent a lot of time, money and energy in treatments, furthering my education in the subject and in between I had a life too, for sure, been in relationships, had friends, a job that I really like, but overall it was more like a half-life, one somewhat constantly crippled by the emotional trauma, loss of confidence and whatnot. If you're afflicted in the same way and just wanna talk, I'm here anytime. Treatment I started doing some research in desperation, came across a treatment-based forum called hairlosshelp (which is sadly defunct by now) and posted my story, got some honest advice and a few weeks later I started taking finasteride. Guys, this was like 11 years ago and I remember fin side effects were just.. I'm not gonna say non-existent, but I honestly don't recall ever reading anyone complaining of them. It was pretty straightforward back in the days: guys shared their story, got fin and minox "prescribed" and then posted some results 6-12 months later, mostly positive ones. In the last few years however, and especially most recently there's this new generation of hair loss sufferers who either wouldn't even dare touch fin or would complain of sides after taking a pill or two. "I can't take fin because it's causing constipation" was the "funniest" I've read. Anyway, I'm straying away from the subject and while I'm not saying fin side effects are not real, it's just weird these days "everyone" seems to be experiencing them. I can honestly say finasteride saved my hair, I've been maintaining my native hair since and even regrew some hair in the crown thanks to going down the anti-androgen - almost HRT - route. I don't wanna enlist all the things I've been using because it would require a new thread. Currently my regimen consists of fin every day, 0.5 mg dut every week or so, 100 mg spironolactone (decreased it from 200 mg after obvious sides) and topical minox (as well as low-dose oral) every day. Lately I've been considering the addition of a mixture of bimatoprost and minoxidil w/ dermarolling and topical dutasteride from Dr. Lupanzula. Last year I had an FUE of 1200 grafts at a clinic I'd rather not name (not a hair mill, more like in the mid-range but I should have went to a top clinic in the first place), they filled in my temples (I had some patchy vellus hair there, but was essentially a NW3) and the final result was a still patchy NW2-2.5. I estimate about 60% of the transplanted hair grew back. Pictures before the surgery with Dr. Maras These pictures were taken quite recently. Picture no. 1 reveals my main hair loss issues. As you can see, I've got diffuse thinning (most prominently in the frontal areas) and a very thinned out left temple region. The right side is actually okay. However if I styled my hair the right way (2nd pic) it could camouflage the thin regions in a way that somebody just recently said I've got a "full head of hair". Which is very, very far from the truth. For those wondering, it's not a combover, lol, you can see the top on the 3rd pic and the way it's parted. Next pictures reveal the crown and mid-scalp region, the latter is alright, however the crown is still a bit thin (although no longer have a bald spot thanks to meds). Last picture shows my donor area, well, it's hard to judge anything from that because I had long hair. RIP dear ponytail, see you in a year or so. Pictures after the surgery I'm not a big fan of pictures taken immediately after surgery where patients look like they were mauled by a lion, but hey, nothing gory means no glory, right? So I'll just share one. Now I analyzed my hairline in great detail, but even on this pic you can clearly see just how many singles HDC used, if you zoom in you can see the difference in the first 3-4 "rows" and the chunkier, bigger looking grafts behind it. Although I've read somewhere you can not always accurately judge this right after the procedure as some singles could appear thicker at their base. Anyway, my preliminary judgement is that the work is really, really good. The next 3 pics were taken yesterday, just ignore the face, pls, it's swollen, bloated, I look horrible. And lastly, 2 pictures of my donor area under different lighting conditions. Dr. Maras said that my donor area looks like it was never touched by surgery and I could get a few more surgeries. Sadly, I think he was very generous, I don't believe that's the case. Looking at my donor it seems to be mostly depleted, just too sparse, I could get maybe one smaller procedure in the future but that's it, I must maintain with treatment from now on. Also, for those saying that FUE is a scarless procedure, check out those FUE scars on the last pic. My heart sunk when I saw it, but hey, it's a trade off, I'm not complaining, but just be wary of this. Some people simply scar better than others, and while it's still not as bad as a FUT scar, but hey, that's the reality of HTs. I asked for a full report of the singles, doubles, etc. And will post it if anyone's interested. I asked Dr. Maras and he said the quality of my donor is really good (they could not detect any minituarization – I'm really glad HDC is checking this!) and was consisting of mostly triples and quads, which is great for density. I had only about 120 singles after extraction, so they microscopically discected 500 more just for the hairline. I think that's great and goes to show why HDC's results appear so natural. Any questions or comments are very much welcomed.
  17. I am considering getting the 3600-4000 graft FUE with Dr. Katona and his team at restore. How is he perceived? I know Restore has all the buzz from the celebrity endorsements, but was wondering if anyone had any other anecdotal experience. I had my free consultation with one of his coordinators (I did not meet Dr. Katona himself) and left with a good impression, but I have read mixed reviews on here
  18. Hi all, I had 400 grafts put in my crown almost 7 months ago exactly. I was in Chicago last week on vacation and it was scorching hot. While I put sunscreen all over my face, arms, neck, etc. - I honestly forgot and just didn't think about my crown at all, and I wasn't wearing a hat. I got burned 2 consecutive days in a row, and it is noticeably pink. I'm wondering if I have anything to worry about in terms of graft growth? I've read online sunburns can be an issue anywhere up to 4 months, but not sure if at 7 months I am in the clear? *I agreed with my doc that these 400 grafts would be a slight improvement, not perfection, bc my crown loss is somewhat "mild", and my doc didn't want to go all out on my crown now, if unfortunately I experience further crown loss down the road. Just pre-emptively mentioning that bc from the pics you may think there hasn't been growth, but there has been. My question is really focused on the sunburn and if it will effect the grafts that haven't popped yet. Thanks.
  19. Hey guys this is my first post on here so I'll improve as I post more but heres a few photos of my before surgery and 6 month update pics I also made a Youtube Called Hair Transplant reality if you'd like to sub and check my vids out it would mean alot! My goal for the channel is to help men both by sharing my experiences & even having some men that want to share there experiences on my channel also! The goal is to make sure everyone knows that none of us are alone in this hair loss/ hair restoration journey and theres nothing to be ashamed of wether you prefer being bald or are trying to stop hair loss or have a surgery you gotta do what makes you happy! If you ever have any questions about my experience or anything at all id love to help any and all that need it! Below are 3 pics of me with very long hair before surgery July of 2020 and then I had my surgery July 10 2020 I am coming up on 10 months the other pics below show me at 6-7months and 3 from my 9months heres my 9 month exam video with dr Panine we also discuss my next procedure im doing in September https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4P0uBxReIvQ Thanks Melvin for the invite to post! #hairtransplant #fue #drpanine #hairtransplantresults #results
  20. Hello everyone, I want to thank the organizers for the information provided on this site ! After 27 years of hair-loss, it has helped me with my decision. My other reason for posting is to provide information to others as I had gotten myself. Special thanks to Mark (This site member - Skeeter) for sharing his personal story. Here are a several people & sources that helped me choose Dr Gabel for my procedure: 1) Dr Konior, Chicago Hair Institue - Dr Konior introduced me to Dr Gabel 2) Mark (Skeeter) - Blog: "Fue with Dr Gabel" 3) Dan, His experience with Dr Gabel: https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=171239891&page=1 4) Chris, His experience with Dr Gabel: http://www.hairlossfromsteroids.com/ About my experience with Dr Gabel: Many on this site have already said positive things in other posts & I don't want to repeat, however, now that I had my personal experience, I can tell you he is by far the best HT doctor there is. He has the confidence that puts a patient right at ease, he is passionate, totally enjoys what he does, & his results speak for them selves.. I had several consultations with Dr Gabel, one online & the other in person. For the one in person, Dr Gabel was nice enough to came in to the office on a Saturday to see me. On the day of the surgery, I came in & did not know what to expect. However, what I found was that I did not have to, Dr Gabel & his crew already had everything covered.. The surgery lasted 12 hours. Dr Gabel was very meticulous in every aspect of the surgery. He is an artist & I felt very comfortable through out. Number of Total Grafts: 2010 1-Hair = 177 2-Hair = 773 3-Hair = 829 4-Hair = 231 About my experience with Dr Gabel's team: His staff are top notch & all perform their duties as a finely tuned machine, always in sync, extremely skillful, friendly, & nice. From the lady greeting me in the front, to all the assistants that help with pre & post surgery. If you are thinking about getting a HT, Dr Gabel is the real deal. I'm on my 1st day of post op, currently sitting at the hotel, healing, resting & figured I post my experience. I will be providing pictures in a couple of weeks. Thank you kelmf01 Before: One day post op: Status Update 11-22/2018 Day 8 Post OP, I had a bit of an issue with scabs, I misread the DAY 7/8 care instructions. (Was not soaking/washing properly). Dr Gabel & Eileen came in Thanksgiving day to see me & fix me up !!!!!
  21. Hi everyone, I am a man in my mid-20's from the USA who completed my first FUE hair transplant with Dr. Ozlem Bicer in Istanbul, Turkey a couple weeks ago. After several months of nerve wracking research to find a IAHRS surgeon operated procedure, a clinic with only 1 operation per day, and at an affordable price I only found a few clinics that met my prerequisites. I limited myself to 3 in-person consultations when I arrived in Istanbul.All 3 doctors I consulted with noted I had a weak donor area on top of a very large recipient area (NW 7). Not very good odds for me lol, but since I have already tried the bald look before and liked it I decided to roll the dice and perform an operation if I was comfortable with the surgeons plan. 2 of the 3 doctors, while very respectable and I'm sure they would do a good job, recommended large amounts of graft implants despite my weak donor area in just one session. One of the doctors also told me that this was the only surgery I would ever be able to do because my donor area was so weak. Not helping my anxiety haha.I committed to an operation with Dr. Bicer because she far and away stood out from her peers. I have never met a doctor who seemed to so genuinely want what was in the best interests of the patient by asking what my concerns were, considering how I would like my hair to look, and most of all putting forth a reasonable long term plan for success. Dr Bicer was the only doctor who took my age into consideration and noted that my non transplanted hair will most likely fall out in the future as I am still young. She was also the only doctor to recommend a long term plan by not using all of my donor area in one session so that some of it may be preserved for when more of my non-transplanted hair goes away. I can then perform another session when my hair has stopped falling out in a few years. She is very methodical and forward thinking.Now comes the fun part - SURGERY DAY. All of the medical staff were very friendly, careful not to hurt me, and always asked if I was okay. The clinic's general coordinator and English Translator, Ozen, was very helpful whenever I needed a question asked to the staff and is still very quick to respond whenever I have a question over Whats App. Dr Bicer performed the incisions, supervised the extractions, and checked in every 20-30 minutes during the implantation phase. Over the course of the 9 hour surgery, 3400 grafts were transplanted with a very small mm tool so there was very minimal scarring. I was so comfortable during the procedure I fell asleep in the operating chair three times lol.I was originally quoted 3000 grafts for $4500 USD, but Dr Bicer noted during the surgery that my donor area was stronger than first analyzed so she did not charge me for the extra 400 grafts. I was very pleased with the results at the end of the day and it definitely exceeded my expectations for what I thought possible when first going to Turkey. It’s now been almost 2 weeks since the surgery and all the scabbing is thankfully gone. Now, I’m just waiting for the dreaded shedding and long time for regrowth. Finally, thank you to all of you for making this forum great! I have been a lurker on this website and a couple others and used it extensively to find the right surgeon for me and for post-care help if you have any questions about my experience please let me know!
  22. I started thinking about hair transplantation at the beginning of the pandemic last year. I found BMT aka Bosphorus medical tourism by some research and asking my friends who had hair transplantation around me. I was already going to Istanbul for work often and frankly, I found their price to be cheap considering the prices here. The day I went to talk with them, I have met with Sharon. She is one of the American partners. When I found out that she was an American living in Istanbul, I was really relieved. Then they introduced me to their doctors. We sat and talked with the doctors. They told me about the whole process. ( this was my first reason ) When I went back for work 3 weeks later, I had a hair transplant. Sharon was also waiting for me with the doctors on the day of the operation. They took 4760 grafts off my neck in a single day. They said my donor area was strong. Otherwise, they could also get it from my beard, but they did not. While the BMT team was working, Sharon came back from time to time and followed the operation closely. Frankly, I did not expect this much attention. Sometimes it may be more advantageous to work with reliable boutique places. All in all, I gave 4000 € and I was expecting to be cared well and wanted all of my questions to be answered quickly. At the end I was satisfied with my experience and wanted to write.
  23. Hello Everyone, I decided to right this post to share my experience with Dr. Luis Nader in Reynosa Mexico to give back to this community that helped me find Dr. Nader and people’s results that gave me the confidence to go through with this operation. I am 30 years old and I live in Los Angeles. My hair has been thinning for probably about 5 years and my hairline has been receding. Both sides of the family almost everyone is bald therefore my fate was pretty much decided. I was using Rogaine on and off for years without any noticeable results but it’s hard to tell. First of all I was inconsistent in the use which doesn’t help and also since hair loss comes in waves I wasn’t sure if it was doing anything. I tried Propecia consistently for a month and I started to have low energy, clouded mind and honestly a little depression. So I quit. Never tried dudasteride but if you have negative side effects from finasteride, dudasteride will kick your ass. Right before the pandemic hit other that my noticeably receding hairline it was the first time that I could see my scalp through my hair. Then a rollercoaster started, I wasn’t sure what to do. Cover it up, buzz it, shave it and get SMP, have a hair transplant? I buzzed down to a 2 then an 1, I even shaved once but I wasn’t really into it. The buzz wasn’t bad but eventually when all the hair was gone I would have to shave so I figured I should get ahead of it. For me the clear option was the hair transplant. I had asked a couple of doctors in Chicago when I lived there but since I also have alopecia areata they said that I was not a good candidate. Then through this forum I found Nader. I reached out and Brenda got back to me and I shared some pictures and mentioned my alopecia areata and then I got a reply from Nader himself asking a bunch of questions about my alopecia if it’s active and how long I had it (since I was 10 years old btw) and he appeared to be hesitant. The reason is that the trauma to the skin may cause the alopecia to flair up. I argued back that if I don’t do anything I would be bald anyways. Therefore we scheduled the procedure for 2 days on the 3rd and 4th of December. I arrived on the 2nd of December and checked in at the Wyndham. On the 3rd Aaron came to pick me up (I guess Santos is not around anymore). We went to the doctors office in Reynosa and I sat with the doctor and we decided that we should not push my skin and agreed on 2500 grafts. Ended up doing 2621. We spent a few hours talking about hair loss, our life, his business, this forum and a million other things. He is a great guy that answered every question happily and made me feel very comfortable in his hands. The final count was 325 Single hair grafts 1148 2 hair grafts 996 3 hair grafts 152 4 hair grafts Hopefully since I had a lot of 2-3 hair grafts it’s gonna give me some good coverage. Nader usually maxes out at 3000 grafts a day but since we had scheduled 2 days and he wanted to monitor my skin due to the alopecia we split it in 2 days about half and half. We did the crown and zone 2 first on day 1 and zone 1/hairline the 2nd day. I can get into more details about the procedure but it’s very similar to what other have described in this forum. They set you down first and start the extraction then you get lunch (I did tacos on the first day and Caesar Salad with chicken on the 2nd day) then they did the implantation). A little pain but I would just say when it was hurting and Nader would give me more topical anesthesia and then I would not feel anything). My procedure finished 6 hours ago and now I am still at the Wyndham and I am flying back to LA tomorrow to hide in my room for a week. Haha Let me know what you guys think and I will keep posting progress pics. Reach out if you have any questions. Cheers
  24. Hey Everyone. Just wanted to share my 1.5 Year update of my FUE with Dr. Diep. I had 2 transplants, with ~5000 grafts total Was on minoxidil for about 8 years before my first surgery, but hit a plateau around on the 4 year mark. Even after upping the dosage I was still receding horribly. Tried PRP, Laser hair therapy, all of that stuff. There are still some issues I see with density behind the temples, but there was literally nothing there at all just a few years ago. Still have a very strong donor area, and everything looks good when I keep a haircut every couple of weeks or so. Overall, I'm pretty satisfied with where I'm at. You guys can take a look at the video I made below for a full view if you'd like.
  25. Summary (because this review is long): Today is the 9th day after the surgery. I am very pleased with the Dr. Diep and her staff (so far.) Let's start with surgery info: Surgeon: Dr. Diep MHTA Clinic at Los Gatos, California Surgery Date: 11/12/2020 Procedures (graft): FUE (1411) + FUT (1211) Myself: Asian in my 50's with NW4 to 4.5. Start losing my hair since early 20's. Never take any med, tropical, roller, special shampoo, or anything for hair treatment (just too lazy to care.) My hair never give me trouble at work or dating. Live in the Bay Area and 20 miles from Dr. Diep's office. Reason on Dr. Diep: I have been following Dr. Diep's YouTube channel for more than 2 years and am impressed with the results. I also read a lot of reviews here and I don't see any justification for me to travel during Covid to see other doctors. My #1 requirement is not to screw up. #2 is nature hairline with good density at the front. I actually don't give a damn about the back since neither I can see it in the mirror nor I talk to others with the back of my head. Anyway, I decided Dr. Diep is the best fit for me. Cost: I was first quote $17k to perform 2K FUE to fill the front during the zoom consultation with Dr. Diep. When I got to the office, Dr. Diep was worry that I would not be happy with the density and suggest to go up to 2250 grafts. Since I am not a 1%er, I would like to stick with my original budget (I also heard Divorce is very expensive.) Dr. Diep then suggested to fill my front with FUE+FUT for $17k. Since I actually was undecided about FUE or FUT, I liked the suggestion. The Day of the surgery: Arrived at 7:30am shape. The office is at the very nice part of the Bay Area and is much bigger than I thought. The nurse then had me to fill out a bunch of forms that I read two weeks prior (same time the full payment was due.) I then chit chat with Dr. Diep for about 20 minutes about the surgery (procedure, med, and time), work, and also family. Btw, Dr. Diep is younger than me and I beat him on having much older children. Felt good since I likely retire sooner than him. The tech then lead me to a large surgical room (end up spent the whole day there) and Pam the nurse came in to buzz the back, front and the side of my head. (Pro-tip: If you decided to go with Dr. Diep, just have Pam to buzz off all the hair.) She was very nice but I told her not to quit her day job. I was start dozing off from the med and kind of in and out of consciousness. Don't quote me but my surgery probably starts around 10:30am. I aware there were two tech + Dr. Diep when they were getting the donors. The only time I was fully conscious was having my Pastrami sandwich (good), Fries (not good), and Apple juice (best I had ever taste but I think it is because of the med.) during lunch. I also aware that I may be bleeding a bit much (end up with IV) and talk a lot while I was out. I finally came back to full conscious when the two technicians (Kwan and Linsey) was injecting the hair to my head. I asked about the time and it was 11ish at night. We then spent about an hour making fun about the back to back Julia Robert movies (Pretty women + Sleeping with Enemy) on the TV. Dr. Diep would come in to check on us periodically and the surgery ends around 12:30am. Linsey then went through the aftercare package (med, shampoo, bandages, and shoulder pillow) while I pull my IV off my arm. She wasn't too crazy about it. Dr. Diep then spent couple minutes to give me a quick low down about my surgery (a lot of grey hair and it made things harder.) He was happy about the results after all and sent me on my way. After surgery: The pain was pretty ok. I took the Tramadol for the first two days and then just once a day Aleve afterward. I actually have more problems with the swollen and had trouble open my eyes two days later. I did not take any time off and went back to work the next day. I sent my photo to my boss and he told me not to get on zoom. I actually sent him another photo during the peak of my swollen, and he said never send him anymore photos. Things start looking up about four days later and the swollen was totally gone after 6 days. I still take Aleve right before bed time but it is more to do with the discomfort of the back of my head then anything else. Cleaning (day after): I went back to the office the next day afternoon to have my head clean. No appointment was needed. Jenifer the nurse was super nice and answered a bunch of dump questions that I did not ask the night before. It took about 20 minutes in and out. Billing mix up: I got a bill couple days later for some extra charges because my combined 2611 grafts are more expensive than $17K. I called the Monica the office manager and she was able to resolve it with Dr. Diep. Follow up call from Dr. Diep: Exactly one week after the surgery, Dr. Diep called my cell around 9pm to check on me. I can tell he just finished his shift and was getting in his car. He explained to me about the 14 hours procedure and the combination of FUE + FUT just took longer. He also apologized about the billing mix up due to the office manager did not read his note about the no charge. He ended the call to offer me a free ACELL injection ($600 value according to him) due to the billing miscommunication. Next steps: I have scheduled to remove the sutures in two weeks. An appointment with Dr. Diep for the first check up in four weeks. Overall: I am happy with the results and overall experiences. I can be just like many people her to nitpick stuff and expect the doctor to do everything perfect. You probably can tell by now that I don't take shxt too seriously. OK.. Let stop the rambling and see some before and after photos.
×
×
  • Create New...