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  1. Hello everyone, So FUT( a strip ) plus FUE of chest hair. Approximately 5000 grafts in one session. Currently on min 5% and Follyhair(with biotin ) 2 PRP's done until now. I'll complete 3 months at the end of August. 1. Looking at PreOps images what grade it was? Norwood 4.5/5/6? Was I the candidate for hair transplant? 2. Since it's done, how is it turning out, according to you guys? 3. Not sure if my donor is fine for another sitting for FUE, however the doctor suggested going with beard shadow area for the next sitting to cover up crown area. Please suggest. 4. Don't know if it's stupid to say , I actually keep like short hair , faded from all sides , just like undercut, so I am not sure if it's possible to extract more from sides and from the back? Main thing is to cover the frontal and the crown should be kept slightly less dense. 5. Lastly, if you think, the next session could be better with another doctor then please suggest. I am aware it's costly here in Canada Joe Tillman, or Eugenix(India) or Turkey? Thanks ,any input appreciated.
  2. I have been doing research for hair transplantation for a long time, you know, if the subject is health, I need to scrutinize it. While doing that a new clinic showed up on my Instagram page recently. There are two partners, one of them is an American nurse and the other is a young entrepreneur working in the healthcare industry. They call themselves “Bosphorus Medical Tourism”. After some research, I emailed them to get a detailed information for a hair transplant. My first positive observation was how they got back to me very soon. They wanted five photos from me. They told me how much graft I need by looking at the number the density of the roots on my neck.. Their social media accounts inspire confidence and look professional. This may be unsignificant to you, but I know the importance of this as I have had painful experiences before. Also, I don't think I will have any problems with English because one of the partners is American and that is why I didn’t hesitate to choose them. First of all, they picked me up at the airport. One of the partners greeted me in a stylish van. They drove me to my hotel with a well-dressed driver. (Sura Hotel). We toured Istanbul with my private tour guide for two days before the operation. Believe me, you will be surprised when you see this country. The English of the tour guide was very good, and he knew a little French. On the first day we toured Istanbul then on the second day, they took me to Istanbul's best shopping malls, because I love shopping. Blood tests were done before the day of operation. Prp process was done. The reason for this is that if the grafts taken from the donor area waits in my own blood while waiting until the transplantation, the grafts would be healthier. The process continued from 10 am to 5 pm. During this time, they helped me to get used to the environment by taking small breaks. Although not all of the nurses could speak fluent English, them being cheerful was enough for me to be relaxed. I rested in my hotel the first day after the operation. During this time, I followed the instructions they told me. I never left the hotel that day. I spent my day comfortably as my hotel was really great. Note: I have mild pain of course because at the end of the day this a surgery. After a full day of rest, they picked me up from the hotel at 10 am for the first hair wash. Hair transplant experts explained how to wash my hair step by step and took a short video while washing it so that I could look at the video footage after returning to my country. They thought about every detail. We had a last dinner with the company owners on my last evening in Istanbul. I knew they didn't see me as a customer from the way they welcomed me, but this last dinner was proof that they cared for me like I am from their family. The services I have received; six nights’ accommodation in a five-star hotel, prp., fue plantation, private V.I.P vehicle, Istanbul tour and tour guide, shampoo, lotion and health kit that I have to use after the transplantation (they gave enough for two months) and video conference calls once a month in the first 18 months. Under this heading, I will share my current photos with you once a month. For now, I am satisfied and doing well. Let's see what time will show.
  3. Hi, this is Gajanan from Mehakar, Buldhana, Maharashtra, India, Which is a very small town in Maharashtra and it’s around 350km away from Pune. I would like to share my experience of hair transplant done at Dezire Clinic, Pune. I have undergone total 6622 grafts from scalp & body hair over a period of one and half year. Total 3 sessions ware done about 5100 Grafts ware taken from the scalp donor area and remaining from the beard and chest. The recent one was of the body hair transplant. My Hair Transplant Journey at Dezire Clinic. My baldness started around 5 years back. I had tried various treatments for hail fall including various type of solutions and medication including some homeopathic treatment. after the treatment my hair fall become less and the amount of daily hair loss was reduced. it lasted for few months and again my hairline continue to recede and at one stage my bald patches were getting bigger and bigger day by day and it reached from frontal region to the crown region. That time i was quite frustrated with the bald patches and very thin hair .In my town one of my friend has done hair transplant for his baldness, he briefly explained to me about it and i curiously ask him form which clinic he has done hair transplant, he told me about Dezire clinic which is located at Pune and then suggested me to meet Dr Prashant Yadav for it. My relative and my family were bit hesitant and afraid of this procedure but i thought let me meet first and fully understand the treatment details. i planned one day for consultation at Dezire Clinic. After taking appointment, me along with one of my friend and one of my close relative reached Pune. On the day of consultation I came to know full detail about hair transplant what it is actually, technique, its outcome, side effects and procedure time and before and after the surgery precautions need to be taken.Dr Prashant Yadav patiently explained all the details about the whole procedure and shown previous patient results including my friend whose reference I took. I was quite impressed about the doctor and started believing that it’s quite possible to get my hair back. My baldness is of grade VI Norwood pattern and it was not possible to cover the entire bald region in one session. I was not confident about body hair transplant so decided to cover frontal and mid scalp region in first session. The hairline was marked and I agreed for that without any changes as it was quite similar to have when i had full head of hair, it was just bit behind from my younger days. We confirmed the date and did the required blood test done. On the day of the procedure, after arriving in the clinic at 8 am, I was very apprehensive and anxious about the procedure .again I met Dr Prashant and cleared few more doubts which made me bit relieved. I was given dress and i changed the cloths given to me and put my valuables in a digital locker. I signed some consent paper and other documents and then we proceed for the photographs. Again hairline was drawn and graft distribution was discussed, how many grafts and which all area will be covered was explained to me again with proper marking. After again assessing the donor area, I agreed for 3000 grafts for the first session. Dr Prashant took my photographs and did my hairline marking. I was given some painkillers and antianxiety tablets. I was asked about whether I had breakfast or not in the morning. I told them i had a proper breakfast. Trimming of hair was done and head wash given with antiseptic solutions. Few more staff joined by that time. My hair transplant procedure started with cleaning of my scalp with some solution and i was lying on my stomach on a bed. I was told that it will take around 2 to 3 hours for extraction and i have to continue to lie down in this position. With ice cold pack numbing was done and local anaesthesia was given. There was a monitor which was recording my heart rate. i asked the staff about my heart rate , it was on higher side. They explained me its due to anxiety and it will settle down gradually .during the first prick i felt pain but in the subsequent prick with the needle pain was bit less. i tolerated the pain as i was knowing that i have to bear some initial prick pain. Dr Prashant Yadav , did all the graft extraction by FUE technique. The staff picked up the graft and they were checking and counting all the graft. Dr Prashant told me that I have quite good quality graft which made me relieved further. The whole extraction procedure lasted for around 2 hour and as planned 3000 grafts plus were extracted. I slept for some time during the extraction period. My scalp back side was covered with dressing and was offered some juice with snacks after coming out of the operation theatre. I was again taken to the operation theatre and Dr Prashant again marked the hairline and graft distribution .after my confirmation, they again given local anesthesia which was quite painful initially but after some pricks not much pain I felt. The graft implantation was done with the help of implanters. They do implantation by implanters not by slit technique. The implantation took around 5 hours in total and i was given one more break during the implantation for lunch. I was tired after the completion of the procedure. I was given printed instruction list of post procedure care and medications which was explained to me in details with particular emphasis of not to do anything for first day and caring of head from any injury .after waiting for one more hour , my entire head was washed and the back side dressing was changed . A cap was provided by the clinic to cover the head. After meeting Dr Prashant I left from the clinic These are my before hair transplant procedure pictures and after picture were taken about 9 month after my first session. The first session of FUE hair transplant was done on oct 17th 2015. At that time total 3000 grafts ware taken from the back of the scalp. Dezire Clinic Pune Hair Transplant Review The hairline again was marking which is almost same as drawn in the morning , only slight change in the marking . this time it is looking much better and its quite similar to one of my old photograph which I have brought with myself . keeping in mind the 3000 grafts , the graft distribution till the midscalp region is marked and rough estimation of number of graft to be filled in each region is explained to me . this time I thought it would be better to do all the bald area coverage in one sitting , but I know its not possible so I didn’t tell dr prasahnt about my thought .my hairline and graft distribution picture were clicked once again. I was lying comfortably on my back which is quite better as compared to the morning position in which I felt quite uneasy lying on my stomach . the total staff inside the theater who did my implantation were 5 , out of which most of them are girl , only one boy was there inside . One assistant doctor was also present throughout the procedure . dr prashant told me that all the implantation would be done by one senior technician who is associated with him since quite number of years . First local anesthesia is given with the same type of needle which was used for donor area numbing process. To be honest this is more painful than morning one . I didn’t mince any words during this painful process but the good part is that it lasted for few minutes that too first prick was painful and slowly the pain become less and less. I was feeling bit heavy in my head which I thought that its due to local anesthesia . I was shown my graft just before putting the graft , I felt amazed how small and delicate they are . its quite different what I have thought . it made me understand its quite delicate and fine procedure . there were no slits made , its direct implantation with different type of implanters. The assistant doctor explained to me that for different size graft , there are different type of implanters which helps in giving more density. There are different color of implanters for each size of graft for easy identification . one senior technician girl was started my implantation and rest of the staff helped in giving the implanters and filling the grafts in the implanters . the entire team was looking quite efficient and there hand movement very smooth and quite fast , as I watched some of the filling proces. I started some conversation with them like from where they belong etc and some related to how to care about the implanted grafts . some general questions I discussed with them like how do you count the graft , how many days it will take for the results, how much pain after the local anesthesia effect goes off , what is the quality of my grafts etc . there were songs playing in the theatre and as I have nothing more to do so I slept in between and waking up when they do some adjustment in the height and direction of my head In between the procedure I asked how many graft they have done so far and what all area has been filled . they immediately responded with the exact number and also shown me the counting machine record . I was given a break for lunch at around 2 pm for 20 to 30 minutes . the food was arranged by the clinic only and whole staff also had there food at the same time . after the break they again started the implantation and it was the same process which they keep on repeated After implantation they shown me the hairline and the scalp which was covered with the transplanted graft . at the same time they click pictures of the head . the entire procedure finished at around 5.30 pm . after coming out of theater I was bit exhausted and tired but relieved that the surgery portion is over . they told me that now they will explain me all the medicine instruction and care of the head . I was given a printed instruction list in which most of the things were self explained. All the instructions were again told by the assistant doctor again . I thought its not possible to remember each and everything but I have paper which I can refer to it incase of any confusion . they simply told that you don’t have to do anything today other than taking medication which were antiobiotic , painkillers etc . after waiting for few hours my entire head was washed again and my back dressing which was wet was again changed and a headband was put . I was given a cap and instructed not to remove the cap and headband till tomorrow evening . for head wash I was called in the evening next day and removal of donor area dressing .
  4. Hi everyone! As some of you may know, Dr. Mohebi has recently partnered with fellow hair transplant surgeon Dr. Manu Gujrati, (aka Dr. G 😎), and he's recently decided to get a hair transplant with Dr. Mohebi. ("How the turn tables", for those of you who enjoy a reference from The Office. Lol.) We'll be documenting the entire process as he moves through all the stages of his hair restoration journey, and I'm excited for all of us, myself included, to get to know him better along the way. Read on below to learn more about Dr. G, and to hear what he and Dr. Mohebi have to say about his upcoming procedure. I'll be keeping this thread updated with photos, videos, and announcements should anyone want to follow along! - Brent/pkipling Hair Transplant Surgeon Becomes a Hair Restoration Patient For more than 10 years, Dr. Manu Gujrati has helped patients gain the full head of natural looking hair they have long desired. As the Medical Director of Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration in Northern California, he passionately enjoys working with patients from all walks of life. Now, Dr. G is getting ready to take a step rarely seen before in the hair transplant community: The physician is about to become the patient….and he invites you to follow him on his hair transplant journey! “I know that some people hesitate to take the step towards hair restoration surgery and I want them to have a real view of what it is like,” Dr. G says. “Plus, this is the ultimate way for me to truly understand what my patients go through by actually stepping into their shoes.” Dr. G Hair Restoration Journey In early March of this year, Dr. G will travel from his home base of San Francisco to Los Angeles to undergo a hair transplant with his fellow surgeon and practice partner, Dr. Parsa Mohebi. The team that works hand-in-hand with Dr. G while routinely performing hair transplant surgeries for his patients will now be trusted to do the very same for him! According to Dr. G, his decision to have hair restoration surgery has been some time in the making. He feels that now is the right time for him (personally and professionally) to have the procedure. He is also thrilled to be able to share his story with you as the Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration team will document the journey with exclusive videos and other behind the scenes info about each step of the process. We will visit Dr. G at his home and office as he prepares for the procedure. We will also hear, in his own words, what the prospect of the hair restoration surgery means to him and why this is the perfect moment for him to undergo hair transplant surgery. We will also show you the meeting between Dr. Mohebi and Dr. G when Dr. G travels to our Los Angeles hair restoration center. These two experienced hair transplant surgeons are colleagues and talk on a regular basis about their experiences at our Los Angeles hair transplant center and our San Francisco hair restoration medical office. Their relationship will be taking on a different aspect as Dr. G puts himself in the medical care of Dr. Parsa Mohebi. Dr. G and Dr. Mohebi Discuss the Upcoming Hair Transplant Procedure When asked why he chose Dr. Mohebi to perform his hair transplant, Dr. G said “The idea of having my own hair transplant has been on my radar for a little while. I have had the opportunity to meet many talented and experienced surgeons over the years but the timing never felt right to have the procedure. I got to know Dr. Mohebi and joined the team at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration. While getting to know Dr. Mohebi on a personal level, I have observed that we share the same passion for providing the best results for our patients. After having many private conversations about the level of caring and commitment we both have for our patients, the idea of taking this journey together was an obvious decision.” “I felt a full range of emotions when discussing this idea with him,” Dr. Mohebi said of Dr. G joining the list of his doctor patients. “I was both flattered that he chose me as his surgeon and excited to help him achieve his hair restoration goals. I was also touched that he was willing to share his story with me that went all the way back to one of his very first haircuts as a young child. We talked about his family, his religion and the reasons why he waited until now to have a hair transplant.” Los Angeles Hair Transplant for a Good Cause Dr. Mohebi pointed out, “I was also moved to hear he wants to donate his current long locks of hair to a charity that makes wigs for those that are lacking in hair due to medical reasons or cancer. That is so inspiring! I was already a fan of Dr. G as a person and a medical professional but the chance to take this journey with him is one that I never expected!” Dr. G Shares His Story with the Public Dr. G realizes he is in a unique position when it comes to being able to share his hair restoration experience with others. “My hair transplant surgery puts me in an educational position that not many others surgeons are able to experience. The process of having a hair restoration procedure is very scary and intimidating to some people. They are not sure what is involved as well as what to expect before, during and after the surgery. I am looking forward to being able to share my personal story with patients to give them an inside view of what they will experience physically and emotionally. If my personal journey can help someone make the decision to gain the hairline they have always desired, I am more than happy to put their mind at ease.” Along with sharing his journey through videos and blogs, Dr. G will also be hosting a Reddit AMA in the near future. “There are many Reddit users that often post questions in hair loss forums. They would benefit from hearing from a hair transplant surgeon that also had the same concerns about his hairline and decided to do something about it. The education opportunities are endless with my upcoming hair transplant procedure.”
  5. Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration Patient FVR is an early Norwood Class 6 with slightly wavy, light brown hair. His donor density is 2.0 hairs/mm2. Photos show the result of one hair restoration procedure of 2,941 follicular unit grafts. Click the thumbnails below for a larger view. Before / After: Left: Before Hair Transplant Right: After One Session Detail of Hairline Left: Before Hair Transplant Center: Delineation of Proposed Hairline Right: After Hair Transplant Session Top View Note how the hair transplant extends only to the vertex transition point. If the patient’s hair loss progresses further and he decides not to have additional surgery, this pattern will continue to look natural. First: Before Second: Position of Hairline Third: Recipient Sites Fourth: Results after 1 year * View Hair Transplant Photos of more patients at Bernstein Medical. You can also browse our patient photo sets by Norwood Class * View Patient FVR's photo profile at Bernstein Medical * * Read Letters from Bernstein Medical Patients * Visit the Bernstein Medical YouTube channel
  6. Hi everyone! Some of you may have seen this thread discussing Dr. G's upcoming hair transplant procedure with Dr. Mohebi on March 8th. Since he's new to the HTN community, here's an introduction video we posted last October to our YouTube page to give you more insight into who he is and what he brings to the team. I'm going to keep the aforementioned thread documenting his Hair Transplant updated as well for those of you who want to follow along over there.
  7. Hair transplant surgery result on Norwood 4 client after 4,756 hair grafts transplanted by Dr. Diep after total hairline lowering restoration during 1 year followup. 4,756 Hair Grafts Breakdown: Single hair roots= 827 grafts Two hair roots= 2,568 grafts three hair roots= 934 grafts four hair roots= 427 grafts total hair roots= 4,756 grafts To view this client in depth, please click on the following Youtube video link https://youtu.be/OaBbPX7Y0lc
  8. Hello I am Michael from Leeds, age 32 and I had a FUE hair transplant with Dr Arshad at the Hair Dr Clinic in Dewsbury back in Feburary 2018. I have had amazing results, compliments and feel great! So I decided to have a go at doing a forum of my story to show, advise and answer any questions for other people out there who have just had the proceedure done or considering it. I have a Instagram page of my Hair transplant story which I blog about it, If interested in that search "mikes_fue_story. So I will start my story with a before and current 9 months on photo and a brief account of why I had the proceedure done, and kinda a little introduction. Then I will go back to the beggings and give a detailed account of my story. I hope you enjoy reading and that it helps you with your own hairloss worries or conserns post proceedure. I am no professional and will advise you best to my knowledge and from my experience. Ok.. so my profile picture already shows you I have a great hairline again and great density which is why i am starting this way. I used to have long hair in my early to mid 20's and around age 26 I cut it short and noticed along with family and friends say " receeding a bit there Michael" and I thought it just becaused I had gone from long hair to cutting it short so didnt think of it as a issue. gettin closer to 30 I knew i was thinning and receeding at the temples and often looked into ways to resolve this. Me been weird and into these things I always knew about hair transplants when i wasnt receeding. I never liked the FUT method and the having a liniar scar. So I already knew about the FUE hair transplant method and was intrigued and would watch videos of the proceedure ect. Last years (2017) Christmas dinner with familyconversation started about my hairline and that " I was the last in the family people would think would loose his hair" And just as I thought they made comments like I still had a lot of hair still on top and its just receeding. I then told them I had actually been thinking of going to see a couple of surgeons for their opinion and quotes, Having a idea of price and amount Id need. Family agreed and said "why not" so in new year I filled in online on 2 websites and awaited thier responses. Only the Hair Dr Clinic responded and so I sent in photos, to which they replied to a day later and gave me a rough quote and set up a face to face consultation with Dr Arshad. When I arrived and was met with a warm welcoming and friendly Sommiya who is the Practice manager and she took me to the office where I was met with Dr Arshad. I will pause the story there like I say I will go back to the beginning and give a more detailed account and photos of that stage. If you can not wait then again look up my Instagram mikes_fue_story and see pictures there and feel free to message me there. The picture I have uploaded with this post shows you my hair before FUE proceedure with the receeding hairline and temples compared to now 9 months + on... Think you would agree there is a MASSIVE difference!! Briefly.. as I will go into more detail in future posts, I was unhappy I was loosing my hair so young... we all do/are. I did not feel I was down and depressed about it but I know I missed it, worried what I would look like bald, felt I still had too much hair to be shaving it down every other day and I know I did not like looking at pictures as been fair haired and lighting I look more bald than what I saw in the mirror. But as soon as the proceedure was finished and I was led back to Dr Arshad's affice to do the big reveal... I saw a new man in the mirror! I aint the most confident of people but I immediately felt more confident and so much happier as I could see a new full hairline on my head! Hope this has been a nice introduction to my experience and story and I will add more detailed posts and photos soon. I am just happy to talk about it and help advise anyone going through hair loss and considering the proceedure. Without sounding cheesy and big headed but this before and after photo speaks for itself and shows you my amazing results so far and the fantastic work of Dr Arshad and the Hair Dr team. Thank you Michael
  9. I wasn't going to share my experience but I felt that after everything I got from this forum and the fantastic experience with Dr. Nader, I had to to share this and give back to the community that helped me through this. I started losing hair in my 20's and then it stopped (or that's what I thought). I truly believe since then I lost my hair slowly and progressively until now. I'm 36 years old now. My hairline was never horrible and I didn't have peaks that really bothered me but I started noticing a lot of hair loss when looking at my pictures and seeing a much wider forehead each time. I had issues with hair loss in the crown area that I would easily cover up but then recently I also saw less volume on the front side of my hair. For the last two years Toppik, hair spray and Loreal Root Cover where my best friends but it got old too fast. I live in SoCal where generally is hot. I realized that I would get horrible migraines every time I used the root cover spray if I didn't shampoo my hair within a couple hours. I did some research and I realized of the horrible chemicals used on this spray and I started wearing a cap and just using the spray for important events or occasions. It was too much work and I was stressed out all the time thinking that somebody would touch my hair and their hands would be black all the sudden. I got used to wearing a cap all the time and my selfies did as well but every time I got home and took the hat off, I would feel like I didn't recognize or like the person that I saw on the mirror. I started looking at other people experiences and came to this forum. I travel a lot and I really considered Thailand on my last trip but I thought it was too far of a flight to come home for recovery right away so I kept looking and that's when I came across with one particular review about Dr. Nader in Reynosa, Mexico. I kept looking for stories and experiences and within weeks I made my decision. I read that it was really hard to get in touch with him so I was ready for an email battle. I sent the same email in Spanish and English with same Subject. I would send it at 8am every day. Same email. Same time. Seven Days. I then received an email from Brenda (medical assistant) and we got the conversation going. I first sent them some pics and Dr. Nader suggested me to go to my doctor to make sure that I had not alopecia or other illness that would make me ineligible for a hair restoration. I did so and results came all good. I got back in touch with them with new pics with better lighting and I asked then that I had to get this done before the end of the summer. Then Brenda replied with the only availability at the moment on July 5th and you know I TOOK IT! Once you have a date, Brenda is a lot more responsive and she always copied Dr. Nader in all emails. He knows everything that is going with you and he communicates with Brenda about you after reading each email. Dr. Nader only accepts one patience per day and he is with that patience from around 7:30am to 6:30pm so he has little time to reply to all emails himself. I booked my flight to Texas and Dr. Nader said he would book my hotel right by the McAllen Airport. I received the confirmation about a week earlier from my trip for two nights at the iStay Smart. Great location and hotel with great breakfast and a mall right across the street. Got in at 6pm on July 4th. Staff were wonderful and most of them already know about Dr. Nader because I believe we all use the same hotel and we all check-in with a cap and check-out with some more hair. His driver, Mr. Santos was supposed to pick me up at 7:45am but he was already in the breakfast area at 7:25am. Great guy and great conversation. If I was stressed about something, it wasn't about the surgery but about the drive to Reynosa. I travelled right after elections and things were a little more crazy than normal. I kept looking at the local news and I followed the hashtag #ReynosaFollow on Twitter that it helped me a lot but also freaked me out in several occasions. The drive was what I was more nervous about, even though I've visited several countries in the Middle East. We drove about 25 minutes to the office, crossing the border very easily into Mexico. The city of Reynosa seems old, disorganized... It reminded me to and old town in Thailand. Most important, I never felt in danger, as Mr Santos drove carefully and put me at ease. He walks you to the office which is in a gated building. If there is something that I was sure after talking to Dr. Nader for 15 minutes, that was that I had made the right decision. Let me get one thing straight about Dr. Nader , he is the absolutely most professional person I've met in a long time. Everything about him was amazing We talked about genes, hair loss in my family, supplements and medicines, the need to alternate shampoos weekly.... He answered every question I had and walked me through the entire process. He checked my hair and said that My hair was strong and I had short hair growing around my crown and he believed that I could just get hair by taking the right supplants and stimulating my hair the right way. He even hand wrote a list for me. After telling him about my expectations he said that I would have to focus on the front face and hairline and leave the crown for later as he truly believed it was just easy to get my hair around It naturally. He sad he didn't want to do more grafts than the ones that I would need. I have so much respect for him and you can tell from the get go that he loves his job. He said he loves focusing on one head at the time and he only leaves you alone for much. He is with you the rest of the time. After the initial conversation we started the procedure by changing clothes and getting my head shaved. I got a shot for inflammation. Right after I laid down and they started the collection from the donor area. I didn't;t feel a thing and I even took a little nap. When he was finished he gave me his glasses to look at my hairs and he said he was surprised because I had a lot of follicles with several hairs (up to 4). Then we stopped for lunch. After lunch we went to the implantation and this part was even more relaxing. When making the incision there is a sound, and it was the most relaxing part. You have a remote to browse through Netflix and watch whatever you want but I was more relaxed than anything else. After the procedure we went into his office, he gave me the post-instructions on how to care for my scalp and gave me the actual medications (antibiotics, pain and inflammation). HE told me that my extractions were high quality and gave me a report for the total amount of hairs. He actually got 2555 but only charged me for 2500. 225 grafts had 1 hair. 1246 grafts had 2 hairs. 998 grafts had 3 hairs and 86 of them had 4 hairs so I'm hoping to see all that grow very soon. He even gave me his cell phone number to send him daily updates which I have been doing and he's been extremely responsive. Santos wasn't available to is nephew took me back to McAllen. We went through another bridge to avoid lines but this area made me feel very uncomfortable so I would highly recommend you to request to come back via the international bridge that you came from even if that means having to wait a few more minutes in line. I took the bandages off on day two. First night was hard to sleep due to the position. CAUTION! I did use an aloe vera gel on day 2 on my donor area and I cried for an hour on how bad it hurt so I didn't even think of putting it anywhere else. It got red, painful and ugly. Today (day 3) I bought the actual aloe vera plant and extracted the inside and that didn't hurt at all. I'm extremely grateful. I will be sharing a few pics as I have time to upload them. Please feel free to ask any questions and I will be happy to answer.
  10. This 29-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. The patient and I worked together to draft a plan that would match his expectations. Since his goal was well suited to his needs, this was fairly easy. When I created the surgical plan, I paid close attention to the hairline so that I could give him the natural look he was expecting. I needed to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he was going into surgery but also suitable for him as he continued to age. A total of 3,553 grafts were used. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units, which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. Since the goal is a natural look, even when you’re combing your hair, this action will allow him to do just that. These are his results 8 months after his surgery. His results will continue to improve for another 4-7 months. He is very happy with his results thus far.
  11. Has anyone had PRP without Acell in the crown area? My crown is thinning and have heard PRP can really help in slowing or stopping the hair loss. Just wondering who’s had it and what your experience was? I’ve also heard doing it with Acell is better to, but it’s more expensive too.
  12. This 28-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would satisfy his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. The patient’s goal was well suited to his needs and therefore I planned the surgery accordingly. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. A total of 3,050 grafts were used. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 15 months post op. The patient is extremely happy with his results and is on Finasteride to try and control further hair loss.
  13. The Jollity Box have specialists Hair Transplant Doctor in Chandigarh who provides Hair Transplant at Lowest price. We also provides FUE Hair Transplant, Hair Loss Treatment, Male Pattern baldness Treatment , PRP Treatment. Consult for surgery cost in Chandigarh.Contact us at 9577221199.
  14. This 23-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 3 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. The patient’s goal was well suited to his needs and therefore I planned the surgery accordingly. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. A total of 3,071 grafts were used. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 7 months post-op and he will continue to get more improvement over the next 6 months. The patient is extremely happy with his results.This 23-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 3 on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His goal was to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. Taking his age and hair loss into consideration we came upon an agreement for what would suite his expectations. After establishing his medical history and understanding the progression of his hair loss, I diagnosed his condition as Androgenetic Alopecia (male pattern baldness), ruling out any other possible dermatological or medical conditions which can cause hair loss. The patient’s goal was well suited to his needs and therefore I planned the surgery accordingly. I wanted to reconstruct a hairline that would be suitable for him as he continued to age. A total of 3,071 grafts were used. I used a significant amount of single hair follicular units which allowed me to create a very natural hairline. This action will allow him to comb his hair without anyone detecting that he has had anything done. These are his results 7 months post-op and he will continue to get more improvement over the next 6 months. The patient is extremely happy with his results. YouTube Video of Patient Results
  15. Hi guys, I’m considering a hair transplant, as I am receding considerably in the frontal hairline and ever more in my crown area. I first noticed my thin crown area on top of my head at my wedding pics from 9 years ago, and things have only increased. If I have one done now, won’t I have to have it done again in a few years as I age? I’m 37 now, and I only want to do this once if possible. Who would you recommend? I’m considering going to Turkey as the price seems much better than here in the US, even with travel.. I’ve heard good things about Erdogan?
  16. This 37-year-old gentleman had a class 4 pattern hair loss. He elected to go with a FUT procedure. He received 3,538 grafts. He received 1,586 singles, which were needed to create a natural hairline, then 1,313 double and 639 triples. These are his results 1-year post-op. The patient is extremely happy with his results and is on Finasteride to try and control further hair loss.
  17. This 42-year-old gentleman had diffused thinning through the frontal ½ of his scalp. He elected to go with a FUT procedure. He received 3,257 grafts. These are his results 1-year post-op. The patient is extremely happy with his results.
  18. Hey! Firstly cheers for all your posts! I have read loads of em. So here I am in Bangkok less then 24hrs away from an FUT procedure with Dr Path and I am absolutely shitting myself. Really only hit me today - I wasn’t worried at all up until this point. Even when I went in yesterday for my pre-op discussion and instructions I was fine. Had a good chat with Dr Path and his staff. Got my shampoo and instructions not to drink today (nightmare cos if ever there was a day I need a drink it’s today). Anyway, I’m nervous so decided to signup and post on here. Hope that I will be able to provide you with updates as I go along. let me catch you up: 1. I basically look like an old school monk. My hair in my crown area is only very very thin baby hair. Massive bold spot. And I have been progressively losing hair in the front area to. The rest of my hair is thick and grows very fast. 2. In 2011 I had an FUE procedure in Philippines - 1200 grafts. Didn’t work. Complete waste and vowed never to think abt HT again. I’ve been waiting for science to come out with the magic pill (can’t be Long now). 3. Late last year my mate surprised us all with the news that he has just had a HT in bangkok. (Dr Path FUE). This got me thinking down the path again so I had chat with my mate who emailed Dr Path and connected me for questions. 4. Long story short here I am one day away from an FUT of 2800 grafts. A mega sess as you guys call it. 5. Still emotional from last night watching England beat Sweden in the quarters of the World Cup. Cheers, mf
  19. This 34-year-old patient was a class 3v. He came to me wanting to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3 of his head. He elected to go with a FUE procedure. He received 3,195 grafts. These are his results 7-month post-op. The patient is extremely happy with his results. He does understand that there is a possibility he can lose more of his own hair over the years. He is presently taking Finasteride 1mg . https://youtu.be/UgG0GhoWzso
  20. Hi all! My name is Towers, I'm from Barcelona, Spain, I'm 31 years old and last June 28th, 2018 I got a hair transplant in Turkey. I have recorded the whole process of my video operation and I have edited it on YouTube. Also, I am uploading a video every time I complete a month of the operation so that the result can be seen. I wanted to ignore the name of the clinic to maintain neutrality. At first, I was going to graft 4.200 grafts but when they were finishing the operation, they gave me the possibility to extract 400 more grafts and be able to put more density. My main concern was the crown area. They could put hair on the crown area and on the front line. The choice of the clinic was complicated, it took 4 months to choose. During the clinic election I was taking "Minoxidil" "Saw Palmetto" "Vitaminas Xplendor" "Shampoo anti fall voluminizador EBERS" "Ampoules of placental plant SALERM" and "Peppermint oil". I have stopped the fall of my native hair, it is much stronger and brighter and the result right now is very good. I leave some pictures of my condition 4 months before going to surgery: I put some videos of my evolution, I understand that many do not understand Spanish but you can see the state and evolution of my hair: Video of my first month: Video of my second month: Video of my third month: Video of my fourt month: Video of my fifth month: Evolution of my firsts 4 months: I want to know your opinion about my evolution, what do you think ?! Sorry about my bad english and the use of translator Regards!!
  21. This patient had a total of 2,041 grafts done over one session with Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) method using the ARTAS robotics. The grafts were planted in the following areas: Hairline, 400 grafts Frontal Scalp, 400 grafts Crown, 1241 grafts Photos shown below are pre op, and 8 months post op.
  22. This 31-year-old patient was a class 3. He came to me wanting to rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3 of his head. He elected to go with a FUT procedure. He received 3,522 grafts. These are his results 14 month post-op. The pateint is extremely happy with his results. He does understand that there is a possibility he can lose more of his own hair over the years. [youtube]YBn8jY5-rRY[/youtube]
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