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  1. Hey guys! I am posted in Delhi with a Foreign Embassy. I am a 32 year unmarried white guy who has been been for the past 2 weeks been looking for a good Indian surgeon who can do my hair transplant using FUT and/or FUE technique. Have been to a couple of doctors in Delhi and Bangalore but I am not sure if they have enough experience with Caucasian hair. I think Caucasian hair is thinner than Indian hair and needs great expertise and much different care. Yes I could go to Europe for a procedure but given my low salary in a governmental position, I would like to save my Euros. The din & hardsell of hair transplant marketing in India makes me anxious and fearful. I haven't been witness to anything like this before. I have been quoted costs that vary from Euros 350 to as high as Euros 8,000 for my requirement. However, given a good surgeon, I am ready to part with no more than Euros 5000 including taxes and all miscellaneous operative expenses. Any recommendations please?
  2. At after 6 decades of his life, Mr. S M was motivated to finally give in to hair transplantation for the receding hairline and the almost empty mid scalp he was experiencing. With a marvelous set of salt and pepper hair that he has on his scalp, we gave him 3021 grafts with Dr. Pradeep Sethi designing his signature hairline. Dr. Pryadarshini Das performed the extraction for him with regards to the Comprehensive and Exclusive package. The results exhibited below are after 8 months of the hair transplantation procedure. He has a beautiful new hairline and a good density. With his new hair, life seems to be only beginning at 60 for him.
  3. A close friend with the Doctors, and with a strong political background, Mr. B B was torn between his desire to have the procedure done and his time constraints. Eventually when he got the procedure done, 3019 grafts were planted on his scalp. He went in for the Comprehensive and Exclusive package with Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Abhinav Kumar. For a public figure, he was fearless of the drastic change in look when his results were visible.
  4. A 36 years old patient, suffering from genetic baldness. NW class : IV Baldness. Technique Used : Combine FUT + FUE Method Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 4070 We are hereby presenting the results of the patient after the 12 month.
  5. Mr S A wanted a change in look and a good density in the frontal zone. He was Grade IV A on the Norwood Hamilton Scale of baldness. His hairline had completely receded and he went in for 3330 grafts during the procedure. The donor was taken from the scalp. He went in for the Comprehensive and Exclusive Package with Dr Pradeep Sethi. The results exhibited below are after 7 months.
  6. For someone who wears a patch, Mr. M H, had a lot of pre-existing hair that could have been fairly damaged if he would have continued with it. Adding to it was the unnaturally dense hair that would make it obvious that something was fishy on his scalp. Living far away from his home in India, the environmental change and the completely different food habits of south Africa contributed to this 26 year old young man's further hair loss. Hair transplantation was a complete game changer for him in many ways. But not only him, his whole family was super skeptical of going in for the procedure. They had already witnessed a dozen of other young guys who had received completely unnatural results or no results at all in the past from some other clinics. M H was excruciatingly aware of his unnatural looks regarding the patch as well. His experience worsened when he had to wear the patch the first time he met his probable wife. The experience left him feeling guilty of hiding his reality and also with a lower self confidence. His research phase was thorough. Paying attention to the finest details, his online consultation was filled with numerous video calls with the doctors, evaluation of similarly performed results and an endless exchange of information. He was recommended approximately 2500 grafts for the coverage of his frontal zone with adequate density and a completely natural density. The doctors were very considerate with the crown and strongly prescribed medications for the thinning there. Trusting the confidence of the Doctors, M H decided to go for the prescribed plan. Dr. Abhinav Kumar was his preferred doctor and he went in for the Complete package with Eugenix getting 2535 grafts in total completely from the scalp donor. Four months later, M H traveled back from South Africa to stun not only his family members but also us with his fast growing results. There is a complete look change, a substantial density and his crown also has improved a lot. He ha also been regularly taking the medications and has a good protein rich diet. Along with the complete shift in their outlook towards the hair transplant industry, M H and his family have become extremely good friends to the clinic and continue to lend us their trust. And yes, M H is getting hitched within the coming 4 months and he can now enjoy this experience without any emotional trauma or guilt.
  7. A bald head never goes well with an outgoing and smart personality. Especially in the case of Mr. P S, who has to deal with a lot of people, it was bothersome enough for him to start searching for a remedy. With everything else in place, this was one thing he wanted to get fixed asap. 3000 grafts grafts was all he needed to combat his baldness issue. Medications definitely held an important role for the preservation of his mid scalp and crown. His is also a case where we can witness the effects of medications on the hair loss intervention. He went in for the design and hairline slits with Dr. Pradeep Sethi. A complete look change was visible within the 5th month itself. Also, the areas where the transplant had not been done, Finasteride proved to be a blessing. His crown started looking like he had never had any baldness there. He continues to take the medications even today and has not yet had the requirement for any more procedures. His transplanted hair, on the other hand, have only progressed to be more dense and voluminous. P S continues to be an outgoing personality with a gorgeous set of hair on his head.
  8. Mr. D P is a 40 year old man who has had 5003 grafts transplanted on his scalp. He has received 1388 grafts from the beard and the rest of the grafts from his scalp donor. He had opted for the Comprehensive package with Dr. Pradeep Sethi making the design and the hairline slits and the rest of the procedure was completed by Dr. Abhinav Kumar. The displayed results are after 9 months.
  9. After enduring a patch for more than a decade and in the process influencing dozens of people to opt for the same, Mr. K D was fatigued with the constant maintenance and discomfort of the hair patch. With a large head size, average scalp and beard donor and an image of a full head of hair to maintain, he had a lot at stake if he choose to go for the procedure. His evaluation was thorough and detailed and it lasted over several consult sessions. The doctor had estimated the donor availability upto 6000 grafts for his case in the first session. The crown would have a little area left for a future session. He went in for the Comprehensive package with Dr. Arika Bansal designing the hairline and making the hairline slits. Dr. Abhinav Kumar completed the rest of the procedure. However, during the procedure, as is usual with a fraction of the cases, his donor areas have us an extra 1000 grafts which got us to cover his entire scalp. He might not get the same density as his patch. Patches are usually made to be super dense and that is not possible with a natural growth. However, the visuals do appear very appealing and have a good density. The scars on his scalp due to the clips of the patch have disappeared and his skin has become healthier and his pre existing hair have grown dense. Plus, he can enjoy his everyday activities without having to worry about the patch ever coming out. As was the norm for him and his circle, his procedure and results has been an influence for most of his friends to come and get the same procedure with us.
  10. For a young guy of 34 years, who is at the prime of his life, baldness can prove to be such a deal breaker. With everything going in his favour, Mr D S had only one problem to fix - his hairline. 3020 grafts were done for this person who was very concerned about his end look. He did not want it to look unnatural or aggressive. He went in for the Comprehensive package with Dr. Pradeep Serthi designing the hairline and making the hairline slits. Dr. Priyadarshini Das completed the rest of the procedure. It did not, however, take long for his fears to be dismissed. With amazing speed, his hair growth started to look extremely good at just 6 months. To be aware of the fact that he shall have more growth until the next 6 months seemed only more reassuring to all of us. Normally the hair only starts to grow within the 4 to 6 month after the shedding phase. However, in his case the growth has been phenomenal. We can only imagine what the complete density would look like after the 12th month is completed. .
  11. A 30 years old patient, suffering from genetic baldness. NW class : III Baldness. Technique Used : FUT Method Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 3200 We are hereby presenting the results of the patient after the 13 month.
  12. I am British and like most others in my country, was extremely skeptical of travelling to India. Least of all for a medical procedure as delicate as hair transplantation. The news never stopped showing the crimes and environmental damage in the country and it only added to my fears. My wife has an Indian lineage down her ancestry and she was quite hopeful of the situation. However, it was not an easy task for me to bring myself to it. I first took my donor into account. I had thin calibre hair and a weak donor. Plus, I was not sure if the entire scalp could be covered. The consultation started off by sharing the pictures. The analysis of my case then further started with different clinics giving me their views. I finally decided for Eugenix after having a word with the doctors there. I was aware that my beard would also be taken as a potential donor site. The other problem that emerged after the final evaluation were the questions that I had about the safety once in the country. I was travelling with my children so it made me think a hundred times prior to finalising. Once everything was decided, I gave in to the dates and blocked my trip to Delhi, India. I booked into a hotel and chose not to stay at the clinic premises because my kids wanted to stay where there was a pool. Also, it could’ve been dreadfully boring for them to spend their time. I got my booking done at Taj Vivanta. It was a lovely hotel just 10 minutes approximately from the clinic. It was expensive but it seemed to promise safety and hygiene. And it did. The day of the surgery started with the doctors evaluating my case in person. I met them the evening before also. The designing part of it went on for almost an hour. I was taken for my head wash, then the anaesthesia. The first couple of injections were noticeable but then after that I didn’t really feel any pain. The doctors then went on to make the slits. I could actually hear the slits being made. I’ve heard that most people do. The slits were counted till 100s and then started over from 1 until the next 100 was achieved. After the slits for half of my scalp was made, I was given a break. I got some coffee. Then the extraction and implantation part of the procedure was carried out. The counting was done 1 by 1. I hadn’t actually believed that they would count each one of them. It was reassuring but by the end of the day it was overwhelming when the count went into hundreds. Nobody wants to be stationed in a single place for hours on end. But hair transplant seems like a laborious process. They did mover me from position to another while they required to implant and extract from different. The end of the first day was tiring but there was another day left for me to go. I was actually tired of doing nothing. I went back to my hotel. Had my dinner and slept off. The next day was basically the same. There were no complications. I must say that the way the team working on my case showed their confidence actually made me feel very comfortable. They were completely at home with the procedure and did not falter whatsoever. And even though I didn’t really understand their tongue, these guys were friendly and kept making sure that I was comfortable. They didn’t have to do it but they did. And I appreciate these fellas for that. The hotel was a bomb when it came to their charges. I was worried that I might end up paying more for the hotel than my transplantation itself. But I had already booked the hotel and there was no way out of it. If I had been to India earlier, I might have just stayed at the clinic itself. The environment was extremely comfortable. And we decided to visit the Taj Mahal. Eugenix arranged the trip for us. Of course we paid for the trip. But they made sure that we weren’t charged more than what was the actual. They even helped us with our laundry. I was actually relieved that my fears for this country weren’t true. India seemed a lot different than what is usually shown by our media. So it has been almost 7 to 8 months now after my transplant. I am getting a good head of hair. The results are picking up. The doctors recently visited the UK. Nelson told us about it and we immediately decided that we must meet them. They were in Manchester the day we decided to rendezvous. It was lovely to meet them and again very reassuring. According to the doctors, the growth is yet to full come. I shall keep you guys posted about my progress. However, what do you fellas think about my current progress?
  13. A 35 years old patient, suffering from genetic baldness. NW class: VI Baldness. Number of sessions for full coverage: 2 Sitting 1st sitting: 2016 Total Number of Grafts Implanted at first sitting: 3900 Technique Used: FUT Patient Result: Post-Op. 12 Months 2nd sitting 2018 Total Number of Grafts Implanted at second sitting: 3500 Area Covered: Vertex Area and frontal Hair line density improvement Technique Used: FUT Patient Result: Post-Op. 12 Month
  14. I am British and like most others in my country, was extremely skeptical of travelling to India. Least of all for a medical procedure as delicate as hair transplantation. The news never stopped showing the crimes and environmental damage in the country and it only added to my fears. My wife has an Indian lineage down her ancestry and she was quite hopeful of the situation. However, it was not an easy task for me to bring myself to it. I first took my donor into account. I had thin calibre hair and a weak donor. Plus, I was not sure if the entire scalp could be covered. The consultation started off by sharing the pictures. The analysis of my case then further started with different clinics giving me their views. I finally decided for Eugenix after having a word with the doctors there. I was aware that my beard would also be taken as a potential donor site. The other problem that emerged after the final evaluation were the questions that I had about the safety once in the country. I was travelling with my children so it made me think a hundred times prior to finalising. Once everything was decided, I gave in to the dates and blocked my trip to Delhi, India. I booked into a hotel and chose not to stay at the clinic premises because my kids wanted to stay where there was a pool. Also, it could’ve been dreadfully boring for them to spend their time. I got my booking done at Taj Vivanta. It was a lovely hotel just 10 minutes approximately from the clinic. It was expensive but it seemed to promise safety and hygiene. And it did. The day of the surgery started with the doctors evaluating my case in person. I met them the evening before also. The designing part of it went on for almost an hour. I was taken for my head wash, then the anaesthesia. The first couple of injections were noticeable but then after that I didn’t really feel any pain. The doctors then went on to make the slits. I could actually hear the slits being made. I’ve heard that most people do. The slits were counted till 100s and then started over from 1 until the next 100 was achieved. After the slits for half of my scalp was made, I was given a break. I got some coffee. Then the extraction and implantation part of the procedure was carried out. The counting was done 1 by 1. I hadn’t actually believed that they would count each one of them. It was reassuring but by the end of the day it was overwhelming when the count went into hundreds. Nobody wants to be stationed in a single place for hours on end. But hair transplant seems like a laborious process. They did mover me from position to another while they required to implant and extract from different. The end of the first day was tiring but there was another day left for me to go. I was actually tired of doing nothing. I went back to my hotel. Had my dinner and slept off. The next day was basically the same. There were no complications. I must say that the way the team working on my case showed their confidence actually made me feel very comfortable. They were completely at home with the procedure and did not falter whatsoever. And even though I didn’t really understand their tongue, these guys were friendly and kept making sure that I was comfortable. They didn’t have to do it but they did. And I appreciate these fellas for that. The hotel was a bomb when it came to their charges. I was worried that I might end up paying more for the hotel than my transplantation itself. But I had already booked the hotel and there was no way out of it. If I had been to India earlier, I might have just stayed at the clinic itself. The environment was extremely comfortable. And we decided to visit the Taj Mahal. Eugenix arranged the trip for us. Of course we paid for the trip. But they made sure that we weren’t charged more than what was the actual. They even helped us with our laundry. I was actually relieved that my fears for this country weren’t true. India seemed a lot different than what is usually shown by our media. So it has been almost 7 to 8 months now after my transplant. I am getting a good head of hair. The results are picking up. The doctors recently visited the UK. Nelson told us about it and we immediately decided that we must meet them. They were in Manchester the day we decided to rendezvous. It was lovely to meet them and again very reassuring. According to the doctors, the growth is yet to full come. I shall keep you guys posted about my progress. However, what do you fellas think about my current progress?
  15. A long time ago, Eugenix first hired a young man with a perfect head of hair for putting up a board on the newly started clinic building. This young man would come ten years later as a patient to the same clinic he once helped design an install the board for. The receding hairline was a cause of worry for him as he also had an impending wedding in the near future. When he came to the doctors, he was recommended 1500 grafts approximate for the procedure. A couple of conversations later, he went ahead with the transplant. He received 1530 grafts during the procedure to be exact. The entire frontal zone was reconstructed. Dr. Arika Bansal created the exact same hairline that had been there when he had no baldness. Dr. Abhinav Kumar carried forward his extraction and furthered the procedure to its completion. It was after a year that Mr. S K saw this tremendous growth on his scalp. The medications had brought back density and perfectly preserved his pre existing hair. The transplanted area looks like the hair was never lost. There is no trace of a procedure to be witnessed. One of the most beautifully created hairlines, his pictures ten years ago and his pictures now would show a 0% difference in the hairline. It has been natural, dense and voluminous.
  16. Mr. B T is one of those patients who are very particular about their look. Although he had a slightly receding hairline, he was keen on achieving the perfect structure. The fronto-temporal areas bothered him a lot. He was completely sure of what he wanted and how he preferred the design. In his case, the graft requirement was lesser than usual. He received 2100 grafts for the reconstruction of his hairline region. All the donor grafts were discreetly extracted from the scalp donor only. The transplanted hair would merge along with his natural hair in the pre-existing region behind his fronto-temporal regions. The area behind the forelock was also taken into account as it was thinning and had sufficient spacing to be transplanted. The hairline is a crucial and look defining entity of an individual's face. It is subtle and soft but at the same time provides the other features of the person's face look sharp and gives the face a structure. The hairline is also different in it's structure and extent, depending on whether the face is round, oval etc. His procedure was carefully designed and his slits made by Dr. Pradeep Sethi. Dr. Priyadarshini Das performed the extraction. He had opted for the Comprehensive package. For Mr. B T, the results are awaited and we wait with as much anticipation as him for the final change in his look. For the better.
  17. Mr. A H has a full head of beautiful salt and pepper hair. However, it was not always like that. He had a frontal zone recession. Standing at Grade III baldness on the Norwood Hamilton Scale, he had experienced a dramatic alteration his appearance. After a 3205 grafts plantation with a complete coverage, he had a pleasant look change after 10 months. The growth, even with grey hair, is dense and looks good. His case is one which also proves that age is not a factor when planning for hair transplantation at all.
  18. Transplantation in females has been a complex process. It always involves a lot of planning and labour. In the case of Mrs. J S, the hairline had to be augmented. This, being aesthetically most important, was a scary decision for her to make. It was only normal for her to be worried. After her decision to go for the procedure, she was given 1475 grafts. It usually takes 12 months for the full density to be seen for the transplanted area. But in her case, 10 months were enough to have a dramatic look change and a good density. Female hair transplant when done right can enhance the aesthetics of a person in the most positive manner.
  19. Dr. M B, a colleague of Dr. Abhinav Kumar, came for the consult and cleared his doubts. Being a doctor himself, he understood what the procedure entailed. Very thorough with his research, he has a clear understanding of what he was getting into. He got 2500 grafts done for the reconstruction of his frontal zone. His hairline was reconstructed and the density in the frontal zone augmented. The donor area used for him was purely the scalp. He has completed a couple of days after the procedure. The results are awaited.
  20. Mr. AD was a Grade 2 plus patient on the Norwood Scale of baldness. He had a requirement for the reconstruction of the frontal zone. The receding hairline had caused a severe impairment in his overall looks. He got 3000 grafts done with us for the complete augmentation of his frontal zone. With high hopes and backed by research, he was hoping for the best. The shedding phase was difficult for him as he saw no difference in his before after looks. It does tend to get atrociously difficult for most patients to go through the shedding phase. After 8 months of his transplantation procedure, he has a renewed look and has a good density on his frontal zone. The look is natural and suits his face structure. Most importantly, he is satisfied and feels that all the wait was worth the end product.
  21. Being a doctor himself, he was far less concerned about the procedure itself. Rather he was more concerned regarding the design and the final look that he would achieve. His friend, who had already had the procedure with us earlier, had very appealing results. He went for 5932 grafts for his procedure with us. He had 3513 grafts done from his scalp donor and 2419 grafts done from his beard donor. It was after almost a year that we had the chance to meet him again. Till then he had already achieved an amazing density and very natural growth. It was not surprising that he was very happy with what had been achieved.
  22. Mr. A S is a confident millennial, whose confidence and peace does not depend on mere aesthetics or any other physical aspect. He was one of the many cases where the procedure was opted for due to the opportunity being present and his hairline unfortunately receding. It was a very conscious decision made by him under no pressure of any social taboo or requirement for self satisfaction. Belonging to the aviation industry, it was not even a professional requirement. He had the opportunity to use the best of his judgements before opting for the procedure. He was 100% aware of what he was getting into. He decided to go for 3515 grafts with us. Gradually, the look change began to reveal itself. With more time, his already sharp features began to appear more and more appealing. For someone who had never taken transplant as a serious procedure that "har to be done", Mr. A S sure was extremely ecstatic when he saw how wonderfully the procedure had worked for him. As exhibited in the pictures, this cosmetic procedure can enhance your facial features for the good.
  23. Mr Pranjal Gupta is a 25-year-old man who was suffering from Grade VI baldness on the Norwood Hamilton Scale. He was experiencing a low confidence level and a lot of hesitance to face his colleagues, friends and so on. The desperation due to the lack of hair spread across to his family members also who felt equally frustrated due to his constantly upset mood and lack of progress. He got his transplant done with us after his preliminary research. This young man received a total of 5350 grafts for the coverage of his scalp: Scalp: 3300 Beard: 1950 The results that he received after 12 months of his procedure were stunning, to say the least. However, it also had a profound impact on his personality – making him more outgoing, confident and most importantly happy. It is amazing how the whole family has taken a sigh of relief with such a simple cosmetic procedure. He still continues to enjoy his new hair and soon plans to join an MBA course in Jamshedpur University.
  24. He is a 65 years old dentist who is the doctor to most of the established celebrities of India and the noted politicians as well as the business tycoons. Regarded as the most respected dentist who has magical hands, was referred to us by his businessman friend. His forehead was wide with nearly washed out temple points and receded hairline. The crown was also totally bald. However, he had a good donor area in the scalp. We planned to reconstruct the hairline along with the temple and do the crown. A total of 4642 grafts were planted. We deliberately did a lower density of 30-35 grafts per square centimetre. He started growing the planted hair by 2 months and that became photographable by 3.5 months and a spectacular coverage came by 9 months. The midscalp was not touched during the first session. Now we are planning to do around 1500 grafts for that area.
  25. A 41-year-old gentleman with grade 6 baldness approached us last year for his hair and look restoration. His donor was good with a good density as well as individual hair thickness. His temple points were washed out, that was giving him a look of a wide forehead. We planned his procedure with the aim of doing his job in two phases. In the first phase, we did his front, midscalp and temple. And planned for the second phase later for the crown. Accordingly, the donor area was handled and grafts preserved for the future as well. We did 5500 grafts for him for the first phase. The hair started off by 2 months and he has got great hair and got an amazing look change by 8-9 months. He is not upon any medications. As planned he would come for the second phase procedure in a few months. His donor is well preserved.
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