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  1. A 36 years old patient, suffering from genetic baldness. NW class : III Baldness. Technique Used : Combination Method FUT + FUE Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 3470 Patient Result : Post-Op. 12 Month
  2. ACSICON2019 - National Conference of Association of Cutaneous Surgeons ( I ) provided a unique opportunity to the academicians, practitioners and students, to learn the latest scientific breakthroughs; explore innovative technologies and approaches that can be used for better diagnosis and patient management. We at Eugenix participated to achieve the theme of this year “Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery: Minimising Risks, Maximising Outcomes” through a Live Observational Workshop on PCW-7 Hair Transplantation on 18th of April 2019 in Delhi.
  3. Dr. Suneet Soni - 4135 FUT Grafts, NW V A 39 years old patient, suffering from genetic baldness. NW class : V Baldness Technique Used : FUT Method Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 4135 We are hereby presenting 12 months post-op results.
  4. A 36 years old patient, suffering from genetic baldness. NW class : IV Baldness Technique Used : FUT Method Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 3800 We are hereby presenting 13 months post-op results.
  5. A 36 years old patient (Dr. Muglian, General Surgeon), suffering from genetic baldness. NW class : VI Baldness. Technique Used : FUT Method Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 4230 We are hereby presenting the results of the patient after the 13 month of the
  6. Patient's Age : 29 Years, Indian, suffering from genetic baldness. NW class : V Technique Used : FUT Method (To preserve Donor area for future sittings) "if needed" Closure Technique: Trichophytic Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 4300 We are hereby presenting the results of the patient after the 13 month of the
  7. A 35 Year man suffering from genetic baldness Baldness Grade : NW V Technique used: FUT + Trichophytic closure Number of Grafts: 3850 Covered area: Hairline, mid-scalp and temporal triangles The "after" pictures are from 14 months post-op
  8. A 38 years old patient, suffering from genetic baldness. NW class : VI Baldness Technique Used : FUT + FUE (Combine Method) Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 4250 We are hereby presenting the results of the patient after the 14 month
  9. I am 28 year old belong to India. My hair loss started 3 year back. I started losing the hair from the front part of the scalp. Slowly my hairline started receding back. I consulted my nearby family doctor who gave me homeopathy medicines. These medications benefitted for some time and after that again hair loss started. I stopped all the medication and after some time there was not much baldness. After researching hair transplant Surgeon I decided to undergo fue hair transplant from Dezire clinic, Pune. Initially I thought it's a bit tough decision I made as it was bit long and tedious procedure. I did around 2980 grafts in one day. Dr Prashant told that they use implanters for implantation for better results. Dr Prashant did all the grafts extraction and his team did the implantation. He used to come to see the implantation. And instruct the technician about some minor things. Around 7 hrs lasted my procedure. Here are the pictures after 9 months and some pictures taken just after the procedure. I am quite satisfied with the progress. Let us know what all you people think about my results
  10. Me: Age 37. Hairloss started age 23. Thinned gradually into an NW4 pattern. Not that bad, but it was time to commit; buzzcut or an HT. I had narrowed my choices down to Darling Buds, India or ASMED, Turkey. While the latter, Dr Erdogan, has the more eye-popping results - in the end I concluded he consumes an almost unethical amount of donor hair to get there. Dr Bhatti seems to produce a lot more from less. I'd rather have some donor hair left for the future, so I went with him. HT: So ~2900 ish grafts from donor area. Apparently my donor area wasn't as mighty as I thought it was because, at the clinic, Dr Bhatti said I was showing signs of thinning at the nape area of my neck too. Which restricts the safe area donor hair can be taken from obviously. Bugger. The remaining ~400 ish grafts were taken from my beard to beef up the donor placement I guess. This came as a bit of a shock if I'm honest but oh well. I was told I have enough for life-long coverage which was pleasant compensation. General experience: The clinic's UK rep (Shera, on this forum) is brilliant. Friendly, genuine and informative. The clinic itself is a professional, if slightly cold, experience. I guess doing a hair transplant is a long, busy day for the team, but, a bit more bedside manner wouldn't go a miss. However the end result is what matters and the doctor is a clearly a master of his trade, you should feel confident in his hands. The area of Chandigarh it's located is a bit of a nightmare, be prepared for a culture shock if you've never left the relative comfort of Europe/US. I'd highly recommend paying for the best hotel you can afford. I'd also recommend bringing a friend, doing it alone turned out to be unexpectedly daunting even for me (and I am an experienced solo traveller and mr confidence haha). Post surgery notes: I write this six weeks after the HT date. After 'shedding' most of the donor hair about a week or so later (and most of my native recipient-area hair) it's starting to grown in already which has come as a pleasant surprise. I thought it would take longer, although it's early days yet. The tender pinkness has now mostly faded from donor and recipient area. Occasional donor itching in the morning, aloe vera helps. I keep my hair buzzed to grade 1, it looks pretty cool already. Nice to have a hairline again, it really changes your appearance for the better. I wear a hat outside mostly to protect from the sun. Btw - the beard donor area heals astoundingly fast; like one or two weeks and there is no trace of trauma there whatsoever. Interesting. General notes on hairloss: - Shave your head and get on with life if you can - If you can't: get a hair transplant - Stay away from hair loss forums I might come back to post before & after pics in a few months if I remember. Overall, I would recommend Darling Buds. A very experienced and ethical team with affordable pricing and a wealth of decent results. If anyone is considering this clinic feel free to ask me questions. cheers
  11. Patient: 38 years old Indian male HT Technique used: FUT (Strip Method) Number of Scalp Graft Transferred: 4100 Closure Technique : Trichophytic Closure The "after" pictures are from 15 months post-op.
  12. 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 .
  13. 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. Till now 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. i am writing brief review of my experience and result for the feedback and review by others . My Hair Transplant Journey at Dezire Clinic. My baldness started around 5 years back. I had tried various treatments for hair fall including various types of solutions and medication including some homeopathic treatment. After the treatment my hair fall becomes 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 on phone, 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 knew 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. 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 it’s 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 it’s not possible so I didn’t tell Dr Prashant 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. It’s quite different what I have thought. It made me understand it’s 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 is different type of implanters which helps in giving more density. There is 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 process. 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 their 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 showed 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 it’s not possible to remember each and everything but I have paper which I can refer to it in case 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. 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. These are after hair transplant procedure pictures and were taken about 9 month after my first session.
  14. This patient came to Dr. Suneet Soni with concerns about baldness. Using 4500 FUT grafts, Dr. Suneet gave this patient good coverage and density (62 FU/Sq cm) with a natural and age appropriate hairline.
  15. Grafts: - 2386 grafts Treatment: - FUE HAIR TRANSPLANT Day: - 1 day procedure Treatment Description: Male pattern AGA (Androgenetic Alopecia) grade iii a or frontal baldness including slight temporal and forelock recession without the vertex involvement with no family history aged 28yrs. After consultation started with combination therapy of finasteride 1mg, minoxidil 10% with amenexil topical application, multivitamins, L.L.L.T(Low Level Laser Therapy), hair loss control dietary regimen for a month and stopped the minoxidil 10% 15 days prior to the transplant. Post control of hair loss problem planned for hair transplant of 2386 FUG’s by “BIO FUE NO ROOT TOUCH TECHNIQUE” punching done with cole's 9.5mm serrated punch.continued the combination therapy post-transplant as well. Pictures taken from all the angles and posted the images with clients consent. These are the results post 6months at Hair harmony and you by Dr.shakti raj
  16. A 34 years old patient, suffering from androgenic alopecia. NW class : III to IV Baldness. Technique Used : Combination method of FUT + FUE in single session Total Number of Grafts Implanted : 4200 We are hereby presenting the results of the patient after the 13 month of the surgery.
  17. Male pattern AGA (Androgenetic Alopecia) grade IV A without the vertex involvement with no family history having aggressive hair fall and hair thinning issue aged 32yrs. After consultation started with combination therapy of finasteride 1mg, minoxidil 10% with amenexil topical application, multivitamins, L.L.L.T(Low Level Laser Therapy), hair loss control dietary regimen. Post control of hair loss problem planned for 2-days hair transplant of 4488 FUG’s by “BIO FUE NO ROOT TOUCH TECHNIQUE” continued the combination therapy post-transplant as well. These are the results post 6months at @Hairharmonyandyou by dr.Shakti raj https://www.hhy.co.in/hair-transplant.html https://www.hhy.co.in/india/hair-transplant-in-mumbai.html https://www.youtube.com/user/HairHarmonyandYou
  18. Patient: 33 years old Indian male suffering from genetic hair fall. Hair Transplant Sessions: 1 Grafts Implanted: 4050 Grade of Baldness: NW IV Surgical Procedure: FUT (Strip Method) Trichophytic donor closure for almost invisible scar.
  19. Patient- 32 year old. Number of grafts planted: 4520 Grade of Baldness: NW V HT technique used: FUT Closure Technique : "Trichophytic" scarless FUT Procedure Post-op Pictures after 11 Month. This Patient had recently come back to our Clinic for a follow up procedure. We got a chance to take pictures of his last Hair Transplant procedure results. Hair Transplant Procedure Video.
  20. Patient: 30 years old Indian male suffering from genetic hair fall. Hair Transplant Sessions: 1 Grafts Implanted: 3500 Grade of Baldness: NW VI Surgical Procedure: FUT (Strip Method) Trichophytic donor closure for almost invisible scar.
  21. Hi guys, Introduction I am a 27 year old passive reader of this useful forum for the last two years, and registered a good month ago. At this point, thank you all for being part of this community which imo is the most honestly, undependantly and knowledgeably administrated and moderated over the web, which leads to constructive discussions and an exceptional information level. So special thanks go to Bill, Blake, David, who are leading this forum as conscientoulsy as it is required, thanks go to Spex and Jotronic, but what would this forum be without all the diligent members such as hairthere, pat, spanker, hariri etc. etc. Special greetings to Mickey with whom I agree on almost all his statements. Thanks, mickey, by that, I can sit back and relax here ;-) But now to my story: Even when I was a child, I always had a high hairline, which distressed me subtly all my life. I didn`t recede in my early twenties, but as I had a very stressful phase in my life (family, university), in which I wasn`t able to find sleep at night, eat enough, not to say healthy enough, I noticed hairs in the shower and in my hands when I combed through my hair. I noticed my hairline had been receding, I didn`t know if I had the female line of breeding which would mean I would be NW 6 by the age of thirty, or the male line, which would mean that I slowly would recede to a NW 4 in my fifties, and this distressed me even more, it was a vicious circle;-) I then changed my complete life, worked on my anxiety, changed my alimentation from cigarettes, coffee, pizza and burgers to vegetables, fruits, proteines, chicken, coffee and cigarettes ;-) I also supplement lots of stuff since nearly two years in order to control the loss (multivitamin high dosage, saw palmetto 320 mg, biotine 10 mg, b-vitamins high dosage, 60 mg zinc, 10 g fish oil, black cumin oil). Also the stressful phase came to an end, and since, i completely stopped my hairloss:D. I used to have 10-20 hairs between my fingers when I combed through, now it is literally none! I`ve watched pictures of my male breeding line and realised I have the exact characteristics as my father and grandfather, so that was a huge relief. I`ve always wished to bring my hairline down a bit, and I started researching a long long time, which method, clinics etc etc. It`s been a journey... I had a big limiting factor, and that was money. I am a poor poor student and don`t want to ask my parents for stuff like this, so I tried to find a surgeon that was excellent, but cheap. I knew that this has not be inconsistent with each other, so I reflected a bit on the way to find my surgeon. If I would have had a ton of money, I would have gone with Hasson, Feriduni, Heitmann etc., but it was far out of my reach, so I had to look for the cheapest prices first. How I found Dr. Bhatti: The biggest factor of HT prices simply is the time needed, and where do find the lowest salaries? In India! (please no political discussion; I am not endorsing this!) I found numerous clinics with prices starting from 0,50 USD per Graft for FUE. In India, the surgeons can set the prices so low because of the much lower salaries for the crew, as well as lower taxes. Secondly, they even have to keep the prices low for the majority of clients from India because of the lower average income rate, and for the foreigners to overcome the inhibition to take such a long journey, and also to compensate their higher extra expenses such as visas, flights, hotel etc.. I knew of cheap clinics in Turkey, too, which would have been far more easy to reach, but I heard and read negative experiences, even terrible horror stories about them, and didn`t want to make a lottery game out of my HT. So India was the place to go for me. From the forum posts here and other places, I found out that the best surgeons in India are Madhu, Radha, ****** and Bhatti. Bhatti was the cheapest of them, and also he seemed to be the perfect choice for me anyway: He specializes in FUE only for three years, which was the method I wanted to choose. He also has experience as a plastic surgeon for many many years with great success (I`ve looked up the results of his work), which imo proved his sense for aesthetics, but also his precision skills. Furthermore, I liked the results he shows on his website, so I got in contact with him and was very pleased by his counseling. My journey: After a long conversation and counseling, I finally made an appointment for the 8th of february. I flew from my hometown Munich to Dheli, where I got picked up by a driver organised by the clinic. He didn`t speak any english, but was very nice. On the way to the car, he called the clinic, and handed me over the phone, and I spoke to a nice lady who asked me if my flight had been comfortable, if everything is ok, that I shall tell the driver if I want to stop somewhere or eat sth. etc., so I got comfortable. We did a stop to eat the most delicious food in the world, and after 5 hours we arrived at the hotel "The Altius" in Chandigarh (good place to stay). I was so tired that I fell in my bed immediately, and at 5 p.m. Dr. Bhatti called me and wanted to meet me in the hotel restaurant. We met at 7 p.m. and discussed the upcoming procedure in the lounge area. I was a little anxious about the operation, but Dr. Bhatti was able to dissolve that completely. I also, as he tld me, would be the only patient the next day, so I would have the full attention of him. We then got the attendance of two very nice gentlemen, a friend of Dr. Bhatti and Dr. Hadjri from the emirates, who had been attending the Darling Buds training program. It had been a very delightful evening with an interesting conversation, but I got to bed early as I wanted to be fit for the next day. The next morning, I had breakfast with Dr. Hadjri, whose room was next to mine, and though the appointment at the clinic was scheduled for 9 a.m., Dr. Hadjri chilled and we ate unhurriedly until 9.45 ;-) (Never possible in Germany). Arrived in the clinic, which is quite small (he`ll move to a bigger facility in May I think), but very clean. Dr. Bhatti answered my final questions and we dicussed the hairline design, but I was pleased with his suggestions. I got comfortable clothes and locked up my belongings, then a blood sample was taken (for some major blood counts, and a HIV test) and I got injected a transparent liquid. The nurse did it the most gentle and professional way I ever got injected a needle, but I didn`t know what it was, and I somehow had an irrational concern about my first HIV test in my life, and as I anyway had been so sensitive about the surgery, everything went black and I nearly fainted. How embarrassing The nurses made me lie down in a comfortable position with my legs up, and Dr. Hadjri and Dr. Bhatti appeared immediately. By then, I already had to laugh about my sensitivity, but they told me it was only antibiotics in order to prevent infections. After everything was ok with my blood count, and I was not HIV positive :rolleyes: , I laid down in the surgery, and the doc started by shaving my donor and then numbing it firstly with ice cubes, then by injecting the anaesthetic. I felt nothing but nearly unnoticeable pricking, it was not uncomfortable in any way but a nurse used to knock on my head to distract me from any potential pain. Dr. Bhatti numbed my recipient area and then used a 0,8 mm Safe Scribe to extract 2364 grafts, then, at app. 1.30 p.m., he was done and did the lateral slits with a blade. Then two young ladies took over and placed the grafts with their deft fingers. They chatted and laughed a lot, but I would have intervened if I would have had the impression that they would not focus 100 % on their work. On the opposite, they seemed highly professional, skilled, experienced and concentrated, so I didn`t bother and even enjoyed the procedure in a relaxed atmosphere. Dr. Bhatti constantly supervised the procedure, but seemed very satisfied with the work. We were done at app. 7 p.m., I changed my clothes and then got an extensive briefing on the aftercare for the upcoming days and weeks. I got a ton of after care products, which they boxed for me in a packet, because it would not have fitted in my hand luggage bag. I also got a medical certificate stating that my appearance may be somewhat different from my passport picture. I then payed, as agreed, cash in Euros. As the price is scheduled in Dollars (1,25 per Graft), I also profited by the weak Dollar rate , so I payed about one Euro per Graft, which is just incredibly cheap. (For me app. 2300 Euros) Back in the hotel, I had diner with Dr. Hadjri, and we had an intense conversation about all the world and his brother until my driver came at 2 a.m.. After only two very long and intense days in India I finally took my plane on the 9th at 9 a.m.. On the whole, I payed less than 3500 Euros for the whole journey (visa, flights, taxis, hotel, food, souvenirs, and most importantly the procedure). A few thoughts about Dr. Bhatti: On balance, I am amazed by my experience, the journey, the procedure and namely Dr. Bhatti, who really is one of the best hosts I`ve ever met in my life, who took away my anxiety completely and made me feel comfortable all along. Most importantly, I feel that he is one of the best surgeons to choose for FUE, both small and larger procedures, he seemed to me like a person that is very hands on, dedicated to his work and his patients and who always seeks to improve further, look for innovations etc. In my case, he was kind enough to excise a sebaceous gland that stuck in my recipient area for some years for free, and even unsolicitedly sent the tissue to a lab on his own cost, and provided me with the analysis a few days later. A few weeks ago, Dr. Bhattis possible recommendation here on the HRN was considered, but Bill finally announced that he`ll not gonna make it "this time" because of "concerns" by "some coalition members". I had a conversation with Bill in private about that, because the "concerns" naturally concerned me. Bill finally informed me that the issues that were brought up didn`t concern the results he produces, but in particular the way he promotes himself. These are issues I already noticed myself before making my appointment with him. I realised that some of his statements about FUE/FUT are too onesided. Why does he make statements such as about his alleged 2% transection rate? Everybody that knows a little about FUE knows that it is impossible to produce such a rate. Why does he use terms like "miracle" and suggests in most of his postings that exceptional good results will happen regularly (Post "What to expect 5 months after FUE hair transplant). I think I know the answer: Dr. Bhatti is an excellent surgeon (also Bill quoted that), but he is a businessman, too. I don`t feel that this is condemnable in any way, as long as the patients are satisfied. Furthermore, we have to consider that imho in India, the way products are promoted and advertised in general is far more aggressive and questionable than in the so called "western world". The market in India has to be seen under totally other aspects, so I don`t support some claims he used to make, but I see them completely separate from his personal reputation and foremost his surgical skills. I personally got to know him and I can attest that he is not only a great surgeon, but also a caring and honest character. To get the picture of the ridicoulosly huge difference between promoting HT`s in India compared to the western way to do so, just have a look on this piece: watch?v=8no1OmuXKW8 Now please compare that to the promotional videos of Dr. Bhatti... Indians will fall asleep ;-) See here how absurd the situation is for now: http://www.firstpost.com/living/lies-damned-lies-tall-claims-of-indian-advertising-537069.html http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.kppub.com/articles/may2012/advertisement_and_claims.html He simply finds himself on a market where ridiculous claims are made all the time, and he needs to stay competitive on that particular market. The average indian patient - from whom Dr. Bhattis income depends on a large basis - that is informing himself about Dr. Bhatti is constantly bombarded with ludacris, colorful and screaming promotion by other clinics, promising a full head of hair in every case. By considering all that, I can`t actually blame him for the way he acts, especially if you consider the psychological interdependencies that naturally appear when you are exposed to such a market. I don`t wanna attack the whole indian HT market by that, but I would welcome the indian authorities to go ahead and regulate the accuracy of statements being made in advertisements in general. That said, I would be glad if Dr. Bhatti would accomodate the requirements of this forum in the near future by acclimatizing to the promotional standards, not because I critizise him, but rather because I fully endorse him and would advise everybody looking into having a FUE to go with him. Thanks for your attention, I am currently 10 weeks post op and so far very satisfied. I will update on a monthly basis, or if something unusual happens:eek: Until then, please find my hair loss website with pictures here: Hair Restoration Site for Questionmark
  22. My client walked in a few days back and I just could not recognize him. I remember him now having come from a considerable distance to meet me. A young man very successful in his field, the hair loss troubled him so much he was preoccupied with it most times and it had started to affect his professional output. Also, he sought to get married in the near future. And here he was so full of hair! Happy and effervescent, he narrated how he had opened his own firm and had moved to Delhi and how he had just got married. He was beaming with happiness and radiating positivity. Now how did this transformation come about in a type 5 male pattern patient with low scalp density who insisted on a full head of hair? 4000 scalp FUE and 1000 grafts from the body (beard and chest) made this possible. If you watch closely, in one picture you can see spiky hair jutting out. This would not be seen if you clip your hair to an inch or 2 in length. But what a wonderful hairline when beard hair is mixed artistically and in the right proportion with scalp hair. Oh, I love hybrid hairlines even in those who have an adequate donor scalp.
  23. I am going to get hair transplant in Ludhiana from Walia Hair Transplant Center India. As now days people make fake websites I want to know if there website is genuine or not. Please review this website of them: (promotional link removed)
  24. Hi Friends, I am all set mentally to have a hair transplant surgey now. I have been doing some research so far and have got little confused about going for FUT or FUE. Although I am in UK now, but I will be getting my transplantation done in India. I am posting few pics here. Can someone suggest which method is going to be better option for me. Also it would be good to know if there are any other good doctors in India apart from Dr Madhu. Thanks for your opinion in advance. -Thanks MJHT
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