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  1. Hello! I am a Patient of Dr. Panine and reviewing my personal experience of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Hair Transplant. I am twenty-six years old with 3 transitioning to 3A on the hair loss chart (You can see where my hair was at with the first photo of my first consultation) . I started losing my hair around early twenties. As the years went by and my hair loss progressed, I tried to do minoxidil 5% liquid form during the last seven months. Eventually, I came to the realization my hair will never be what it once was, so, I decided to do a Hair Transplant and started researching. I currently live in Chicago, IL and went online to see what my options were. I first decided to understand what a hair transplant is and what kinds of treatments option I have. I found a few people who had alright reviews but after consulting with them about everything I felt they weren't the right person for me to do this with. I am a not a fan of any type of surgery and wanted to make sure I went to someone with the same vision and had a well known reputation. More then a few consultations later, I stumbled on to Dr. Panine. He had great before and afters and not a bad review to be found and I definitely searched pretty well like I did with the others. Everyone said " He was an Artist when it came to hairlines.", "Great job and made sure I was okay the whole time.", "He was their the whole time." etc... I decided to give him a chance and got in contact with his assistant, Stuart. Stuart was very professional and well knowledgeable about everything. You'd think that would be a giving but the other places really missed the mark on that. He told me in detail about everything and proceeded to show me before and after photos, which they were all very realistic and had a great result overall. I met Dr. Panine afterwards and he was very nice guy. He really made sure to talk about what I am looking for and adding his own artistic vision to create a realistic hairline without me going overboard on my idea. He and I came to a compromise and I really like what he had to say and came up with and decided to go with him. I followed the pre op instructions until the day of the procedure and came in to the office at the time scheduled. I met up with one of the assistants there who was also very kind. She gave me the paper work and helped set me up for everything. Stuart took some before photos and talked to me about it all. Dr. Panine came in said hello and proceeded sketched out the line and made sure I was good with the placement. As the surgery began, he made sure to explain everything and really made sure that I was comfortable as possible throughout it all. I also like to mention that he was there the whole time. When I talked to other doctors about this, they said the assistant would be doing a good amount of the work, which made me uncomfortable but made me really happy/apprecaitive with Dr.Panine. Dr.Panine assistants' were great also! Checked up on me a lot and asked me how I was doing. They would put their hand on my arm gently when they had to extractions or do something and it really soothed and made me feel a lot more comforted. They had gotten me a sandwich of my choice, when they took a miniature break and talked to me about what else they had to do. The process took about fifteen hours and I had more then 2,500 grafts. Dr. Panine work every second of the way with his assistants' for hours and they did an amazing job. Stuart did some post op pictures which I posted. The next day, I came back in to check everything as asked, which everything was Great! I am very happy with the results so far. I highly recommended Dr. Panine and have a lot of people excited to see my hair grow. Here are some photos of my head also, three days after and I’ll be continuing the photo progression. Here’s day 5 going onto 6. (11th-12th photo) Ten Day mark (13-16 photo) Thank you for reading this review and hope this will help your decision. Thank you Stuart and Dr.Panine!
  2. Quick question, I’m day 3 post transplant and after day 2 I started to experience a little seeping from the top of my head of a clear like greasy fluid, now I believe it is the solution that was injected into my head to separate the skull from flesh to insert grafts but I’m just wondering if this is normal and has others experienced it and how long it lasted? The solution has to go somewhere so it’s not of a concern just wonder how long it lasts?
  3. Hi guys, after spending the last few years following people's experiences and learning as much as I can about hair restoration, I'm very excited to be able to share with you my experience with Dr Feriduni after my FUE procedure. A bit more about me, I started noticing my hair loss a when I was in university, after spending too much time in denial I finally accepted that I was loosing my hair and needed to do sonething about it. By the time I start looking into medications and transplants I was a NW3. I have been taking finasteride and minoxidle for almost 2 and a half years now and it genuinely seems to have helped slow down/ halt my hair loss. Fastforward to my consultation I'll admit I was very nervous before going in, I didn't know what to expect and I kept worrying that once Dr Feriduni examined my hair he'd say my donor was weak or that I wasnt a good candidate. My worries were quickly put to rest. We had a good chat about my hair loss and what meds I was taking, I showed him some pictures of my male relatives and we discussed potential future loss. He then sat me down in front of a mirror and assessed different parts of my scalp. He confirmed my donor area was strong and that there was no signs of miniaturization in the crown or mid scalp which was very good. He worked out that I had around 8,000 grafts to use. He then drew what he thought was a good hairline, now maybe it's because I thought my hair loss was worse than it actually is but I was pleasantly surprised to see that he'd drawn a hairline that was better than I expected! I figured that maybe to achieve this hairline it would use up more graft than I was willing to use, however once again I was surprised to here that he felt confident that the hairline would be achieved using between 1600-1800 grafts. Overall Dr Feriduni seemed like a really decent down to earth guy and I left feeling very confident in choosing him and couldn't wait to actually have the procedure. During the morning of the transplant I had another sit down with feriduni to confirm the hairline and for him to answer any last questions I might have had. The technicians then took me to shave the sides of my head, I chose to keep the hair on top unshaven so that it would be easier to hide the transplant once the sides grow back. Dr feriduni came in to inject the anaesthetic, this was probably the most painful part of the whole thing, I always thought I was good with needles but those things hurt! He then drew out the area that hairs were to be extracted from and the technicians started the extraction (fyi having hairs whole punched out of your head is hands down the weirdest feeling!) Once the extraction was done Feriduni came in and started making the incisions for the new hairline, throughout making the incisions he kept me updated on how everything was going and at one point commented on how much he was liking the hairline already which put me at ease. Once be had finished making the incisions he confirmed that the total grafts would be 1748. He then left and the technicians had to take out some more grafts before they could start implanting. The implantation went fine but i was definetly starting to feel a bit drained. Dr Feriduni came in again as they were finishing to make sure everything was looking good. The whole process took around 5 hours which was quicker than expected. Dr Feriduni explained that the skin was really soft making the extraction process easy which helped the operation to proceed at a good pace. Following on from the surgery I decided to stay in hasselt for a few days so that I was close to the clinic. As I'm writing this now it has been 2 days since my hair transplant and I've been to the clinic every morning to have my head washed and grafts checked over. Id definetly recommend doing this as the first few days are the most crucial so it's good to know that the clinic is close if anything goes wrong. If you want to take anything from reading this let it be that both Dr Feriduni and his team are very dedicated to looking after their patients, the aftercare I have received has been top notch! I hope this has been helpful for anyone whose considering a hair transplant with Dr Feriduni I'll try to upload some photos and keep you updated! Thanks for reading!
  4. I don't know if I'm receding, I've always been paranoid and I am searching for confirmation. Some say I am receding bad, some say its just a widows peak but idk. I am not comfortable styling hair up anymore. Last pic is scalp.
  5. When transplanting new follicles between native thinning hairs, they are prone to shockloss... is this shockloss permanent to the thinning hairs or will they come back from being dormant and continue to grow out for years to come, until they excessively minituarize? Thanks in in advance for any information Ryan
  6. https://imgur.com/a/cWkvO more noticable IRL than the picture Got a haircut 6 days ago and noticed a bald spot on the back of my head. I looked it up and saw Alopecia areata but all people that had it or the symptoms are a bald patch about the size of a coin. My spot is on the back of my head but it is pencil eraser size/pea size or a little less. I think its a little red but I'm not sure. Its been here for 6 days with no growth. I don't know if the spots always been here but I'm pretty sure it wasn't because my friends never pointed it out until now
  7. 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.
  8. A fun slide of Dr. Wesley’s son’s hair at 4 mos old and 1 year old under magnification. Hope everyone is having a great week!
  9. blueskyrobot

    Proscar effectiveness

    I have been cutting a 5mg proscar pill four ways and have been taking that every other day for about 20 months. I noticed it working since before every 4 months I would recede a bit. So taking this dose, the hair loss seemed to be halted. I didn't notice any regrowth. However, right at the 17th month, I noticed at both temples, the hair became thin really quick. So is this maybe a shedding? It seems strange because the hair loss was halted and all of a sudden the hair in a 2 week period changed so quickly. Does it mean the pill is not effective anymore? Should I increase the dose? Or should I just keep taking it and see what happens? Thanks
  10. FUE Hair Transplant The very good treatment is happening in the dubai. Are You looking for, Abu Dhabi or UAE. The hair transplant Center is one of the best hair restoration/replacement clinic in Dubai.
  11. Dr Shuja Chaudhry - Top surgeon at British Hair Clinic. I was balding like Bobby Charlton and am barely 40! Needed a hair transplant from a good surgeon and didn't fancy flying abroad. Visited clinics on Harley street but they were a rip-off and they were constantly getting sales people to chase me up. Got sick of them. British hair clinic was very good value for money compared to the silly prices that some clinics were quoting me (Harley Street Hair, Wimpole Clinic, London Clinic all quoted me ?8500+). And the constant calling and emails from their sales agents - seriously guys you should learn some business etiquettes. Colin (a mate of mine) recommended British hair clinic so I went ahead for a consultation and felt at ease right away. No nonsense. told me how it was and what to expect realistically. Price offered was reasonable (?5000 for maximum coverage as my donor area wasn't the best). Compared to the rest of London and all their surgeons had an impressive portfolio of results with dozens of patient testimonials. Didn't have to pay an arm and a leg with the british hair clinic. I am so happy I chose british hair clinic and Dr Shuja done my FUE hair transplant. 5months later and I feel amazing and look great. Af, the manager is v.easy to get on with and is available whenever you have a question (regardless how silly the question might be). Great team, fantastic surgeon and lovely technicians. Facilities are great, being OCD on cleanliness and safety I was impressed with how much care they took to ensure everything was sterile. I was well-looked after and look fwd to my PRP sessions in the summer. Thanks Dr Shuja and British Hair Clinic!
  12. So I just joined this place. I’ve researched a bunch of hair loss options from hair transplant FUE, FUT, neograft, Artas, I have even gone to a couple clinics to meet with the doctors. I was on minoxidal 5% for about 13 years after starting at 19 or so. I started using it well before I lost any hair as a preventative because my dad had thin hair and I figured it was only a matter of time. I only applied once a day at night. I’ve noticed that my hair has gotten worst over the last few years. A place called Harklinikken is near me so I went to check them out in my quest for a new treatment. I met with Lars, who is the founder, of this place. Apparently he started in Denmark and he brought it here some time ago. He isn’t a doctor but has a biochemistry background and he doesn’t disclose any ingredients because of competition but he claims it’s all natural ingredients (not sure what that means). Anyway, he has a system where you apply this extract twice within 20 minutes every day. A little bit of a pain in the a**, but not so bad that I wouldn’t try it. When I met with him he asked me to get off the minoxidil for 4 months before starting so I did. My hair loss got worst fast. This was the first time I ever saw what my hair really was without anything. My crown really thinned. Anyway, I went back to Lars a couple weeks ago and started using their system after this 4 month baseline period. I’ve been on it for 2 weeks and so far my hair loss looks to have gotten worst. Shedding like crazy. Apparently this can happen as weak hairs fallout and then it’s suppose to grow like a chia pet. I plan on trying it for 4 months and if it doesn’t work I’ll stop. It cost $95 a month. You have to use their shampoo and styling products which makes this kinda expensive. Fortunately I have short hair so I don’t need a lot of products. However the extract is that $95 a month I mentioned and that’s if you pick it up at the clinic, otherwise they charge for shipping and it’s over $100 a month. Sooo... I wanna make a decision within 4 months so I don’t spend all this money when FUE may just give better results in the long run and will probably be more economical. The first appointment was nearly $300 because of the products. Shampoo is like $60 or something and the hair paste is like $45 but it’s better to use all the products in the system is their mantra. Anyway, anyone else try this system? From looks of it, I may be the first in this place. I’ve heard good things but $100 a month plus having to by their shampoo and styling stuff is pricey and would be more economical hair transplant after like 8 years or something. Anyway, we shall see....
  13. FUE Hair Transplant – Eurasia Consultancy Services Istanbul Turkey / - Eurasia Consultancy Services 40 years old male-patient 930 grafts - 1 hair (930) 1045 grafts - 2 hair (2090) 1390 grafts - 3 hair (4170) In total : 3365 grafts - 7190 hair Medications: 1- Prp 2 Sessions 2 - Propecia 1ml The result of 6 months Eurasia Consultancy Services Istanbul / Eurasia Consultancy Services Estambul: Before the surgery: The next day after the Surgery: 6 months post-operative: Before & After For more information please contact us : https://hairtransplant-turkey.co.uk/ Ozge Ergun, MD Website : https://ozgeergun.com.tr/en/ whatsapp/ viber : +44 744 190 8311 whatsapp/ viber : +90 543 470 4709 Youtube :
  14. PRP hair loss treatment is very Excellent i got treatment from here 1 year ago.
  15. Hi, I have just recently had a consultation with a hair transplant doctor who only performs FUE and he said i should have around 2500 grafts maybe even a little less and it should give me a "reasonable" desity. I am 30 years old and this is going to be my first surgery, im just a little worried that once its fully grown in 2500 wont be dense enough to look "normal" i am afraid that people may think im thinning. I have had smp treatment done twice now but i am completely over the look of it, i need hair again but i dont want to spend a ton of cash to make myself look like i did before i shaved it off and got smp. Ive marked where the hair line has receded too and am wondering how much density 2500 grafts will roughly give me? Any feedback will be appreciated.
  16. So, originally i wasnt going to post my progress on here, but ther more i think about it, and the more i find myself browsing the forums the more i think i should, mostly to help other people who have or are thinking about going ahead with the procedure. Backstory so im a 25 years old, and i was suffering with hairloss from the age of about 18, so for someone who takes care with there appearance this effected my life dramatically, to begin with i was in a kind of denial about it, and i sort of just lived with it, but as the years went by i slowly became obsessed with it, developed a sort of complex over it, and it became harder and harder to hide, i was on the right track to looking like bobby chalton haha, a mixture of hair fibres, a peticular routine of drying, straightening and hairspraying my hair into place. i slowly started losing more and more confidence and became more and more self conscience, to the point where it was ruining my quality of life, couldnt do the things i enjoyed anymore ie swimming, any physical activies, became like a weatherman checking the weather everyday because the rain or high winds would put me off going out, yeah you get the point..., it became rediculous, some of you might get it some might think i was being stupid, but it got to the point where i had to change something, thats when i started researching hair transplants, after hours and days reseaching i made the choice to go with dr erdogan. His results and other peoples experiances were faultless, he seemed very proffesional and experieanced. ASMED expericence Il try and keep this short because i could go on forever about my experience. But of course if you have any questions feel free to ask, il try and answer them the best i can. I live in UK so i had to travel to turkey where i was greeted by the asmed driver, who is a overall great guy, very friendly. The staff at asmed clinic are second to none, they really do make the differance in the whole experiance, some of the most caring, attentive, friendly people ive come across, it really made you feel at home the whole time, the little details like the foot and leg massages and ipad to watch films and there constant efforts to talk to you and make sure your okay ect really put me at ease throughtout, dr Erdogan is a true proffesional, a perfectionist i would say, he was very imformative, reasurring, and funny, you can tell he has a real passion for what he does and i knew i made the right decision to go with him, the procedure was tireing come the end of the day, uncomfortable at times but soon dealt with but the injections to numb the pain, i would highly recommend staying at the hotel they recommend it was amazing, clean, and the breakfast in the mornings was sooo good, the flight home was a little uncomfortable, purely for the fact i was walking round in a busy airport and plane with propbably a few stares, i tried not to take notice tbh but it was a nice relief to get home and take it all in, ive finally gone ahead with it and its done, now for the waiting game... Here are a few photos taken at asmed to show the extent of my hairloss..
  17. i just came back from another trip from Arocha Hair clinic in houston,Tx.. This is my 3rd procedure with him and i can't say enough about the guy, staff and clinic, i was set for a "touch up" treatment in my hairline and widows peak, i had in mind about 500-700 grafts. When i arrived in the morning and sat down with the doctor he asked me how i styled my hair and what I'm looking to do with this procedure..He was totally intune with what i wanted to achieve and pushed my hair back with the comb and we decided to fill in another"weak" area as well....the procedure went smooth, we had chinese for lunch and i was out by mid afternoon...if your considering a hair transplant, do yourself and hair a justice by having a consultation with him.
  18. This 27 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 a conservative hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. In addition, he wanted to have a conservative hairline that will be age appropriate. 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 3,542 grafts were used. The break down was as follows: 1,331 single hair grafts, 1,509 two hair grafts and 702 three hair grafts. 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 8 months post op and he will continue to get more improvement over the next 6 months. The patient is extremely happy with his result and is taking finasteride 1mg to control further hair loss. He does understand that he might need an addition procedure if he would like more density or does have any further hair loss down the road.
  19. FUE hair result on Asian man who had Norwood 3 with receding hairline and corners. The surgery was taken place 16 months ago by Dr. Diep. Dr. Diep recreated his natural hairline, filling in from the frontal toward the back. His hairline looks so natural and dense which allowed him to spike up his hair like Dragon Ball Z!!! Number of grafts: 1,329 grafts 1's:367 2's:698 3's:206 4's:58 For more information about the this patient fantastic result, please watch the following video: http://youtu.be/JG9x6YWurcM
  20. This 49-year-old gentleman had a hair loss pattern similar to a class 4v on the Hamilton Norwood hair loss scale. His hair is a very fine, light brown, but starting to turn slightly grey. His donor area was above average, which allowed me to get a good amount of grafts. His goal was to be able rebuild his hairline and add density to the frontal 1/3-1/2 of his scalp. In addition, he wanted to have a conservative hairline that would be age appropriate. 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 his age. A total of 3,383 grafts were used. The break down was as follows: 1,692 single hair grafts, 1,494 two hair grafts and 197 three hair grafts. 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 2 years post-op after his first procedure. The patient is extremely happy with his result and is taking finasteride 1mg to control further hair loss. He does understand that he might need an addition procedure if he would like more density or does have any further hair loss down the road.
  21. I'm 30 years old and have been losing my hair since my early 20s. I use Nizoral everyday, 1%. I dont do any DHT blockers. I'm looking at getting a transplant but I don't know if my hair loss is too advanced to be worth it. How many grafts do you think I will need to have the illusion of full coverage with the recessions filled in? I was told I have excellent donor hair with 8000 + available before any noticeable thinning in donor region. I have fine light blonde hair which makers it even harder to see. Ive attached photos
  22. My name is Steve and I am 30 years old. I started losing hair about 5 years ago when I was in my twenties. I tried all the medications and the alternative medicine prescribed by dermatologist, and even folk medicine I tried. My hair is still falling and I am gradually becoming bald more and more. I have decided to go for hair transplant with this new FUE technique that everybody is talking about. But you can see from the photos I have attached to this post how big my baldness is and some have suggested 2 sessions of hair transplant procedures to be able to cover it all, so is it right? After searching the internet I found that Turkey is the destination to be. I tried to narrow the many search results I found and I have to the conclusion of these 3 names: Dr. Serkan Aygin, Adem and Havva Medical Center and Esteworld Clinic. So am I heading for the good ones there in Turkey? Or would someone please recommend me and share with me some information or experiences or even suggest any other hair transplant clinics or doctors in Turkey? I am planning to get married in a year and it will be great to have much hair in my head in my wedding photos!  Thanks a lot in advance for your help.
  23. This 34 year old gentleman came to me hopeful that we could rebuild his hairline and give him as much density and coverage as possible. 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. I explained to him that we needed to take his age, present degree of hair loss and possible further hair loss into consideration when designing a hairline as it would be best to create a conservative hairline that will look good for him at 34 and also look good as he ages. It was also pointed out that, with one procedure, I would be able to add more coverage through the frontal 1/3 to 1/2 of his scalp but that if he wanted more coverage than that we would need a 2nd procedure. I was able to harvest 4,116 grafts. The break down was as follows: 1,578 single hair grafts, 2,173 two hair grafts and 365 three hair grafts. 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 result 8 months post-op. The patient is extremely happy with his result and mentioned that he has received many positive comments about his hair.
  24. Hi, I am 28 years old and Norwood 3 scale (genetics because my father is also Norwoord 3 at 60). I am thinking for FUE hair transplant in Cyprus (my country). I am a little bit confused because I am seeing some results with 1200 grafts for Norwood 3 and some other with 2500. Anyway there some well known clinics like HDC wich charge 3 euros per graft and there is another one called medart clinic which charge 2 euros per graft.. The last one is not well known as as HDC. How can I decide which one should I trust for the hair transplant? If you know something about those 2 clinics or any other please share it with me.
  25. I had a cranioplasty a few years ago on the top of my skull. Is it possible to have a hair transplant after a cranioplasty? I have been worrying like crazy over this.
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