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  1. Hello everyone, there have been thousands of hair transplant out there and unfortunately some of them failed, I was wondering if there is anyone who has decided to remove the impanted grafts and go bald(and never spend his time thinking about hair again) instead of following the possibbly repetetive repair road+ finasteride. I was really curious about if there are scars(or at least visible ones) if the grafts are extracted with a small manual punch and what the end result after some time to heal would be. Also I would appreciate doctors opinions on this Thanks in advance
  2. Hello everyone, the decision to get a hair transplant is huge and this forum has been a great place to receive real and unaltered results from doctors around the world. After mulling the possibility of posting on here due to privacy concerns I've finally decided to post my current six month results from Eugenix Gurgaon. The decision to go with Eugenix was due to the amazing and natural results, specifically of the hairlines, that the clinic produced on youtube and this forum. I understand that 6 months is relatively early, but the trajectory of my results compared to other results from the clinic is sowing doubt in my mind and I would like to get the input of the community here. Remote work offered a great opportunity for me to go through with the procedure without having to go public during the ugly duckling phase. I paid for the highest package the clinic offered with Dr. Arika Bansal and got a hairline lowering procedure totaling 1050~ grafts. The goal of the procedure was to create a natural M shaped hairline and to fill around the widows peak. I will continue to update my experience and eventually give a full rundown of my experience at the 10-12 month mark. 2 Day Post Op: I was very excited and relieved to go through the procedure. I was very happy with the resulting hairline design but slightly annoyed with the asymmetry (right side noticeably higher than left). The work looked clean and the design was something that would age well. 2 week post op: Was ecstatic with the results so far, happy with the design. Density was ok but thanks to the research I've done on this sub I understood that the end results would be much denser. 1 month post op: As expected I was full swing entering the ugly duckling phase, the initial growth began to fall out and I even had a little shockloss around the central hairline. 2 month post op: 2 month results are exactly as expected, redness almost entirely gone as well as any dense transplanted growth. You can see how the widows peak was used in the new M shape hairline. 3 Month post op: Growth is starting to take place and hairline is starting to take shape. Good improvement from month two. 4 month post op: Amount of hairs starting to increase, progressive growth from the 3rd month. Noticed a gap to the left of the frontal hairline, hoping it was just a lagging area. 5 Month post op: Again steady progression in density and thickness. Noticing the asymmetry in the hairline shape and starting to compare my results to other Eugenix cases all over this forum and youtube. 6 Month post op: Similar to month 5. Although by no means bad, I am a little impatient with my results and the lack of natural looking density that I desperately want compared to 6 month results that Eugenix and other forum users have posted. I am currently about half a month from 7 full months from the procedure and am still excited and hopeful for a full and natural result, just a tad worried about density in the central area and left vertical side. I will continue to reserve full judgement and a full review of my experience until the 9-12 month mark.
  3. Hello everyone, I just recently got a hair transplant at Dr. Yaman’s clinic and would love to share my results with the community. My goal is to restore my hairline and make the left and right side of my hair more dense. My hair at the top now has gotten very weak and not as strong as before. I use to be able to style it the way I wanted but now am not able to because the hair just seems so weak. I am a bit busy at the moment and will provide more information about my experience and more specifics about my hair loss information. I just wanted to get the post rollin and will be sure to update you all very soon. Thank you for your patience! Before:
  4. Hey Guys! After lurking on this forum for years, I finally decided to create an account and post my hair transplant journey here. Before I go into the specific details, I want to say thank you to this forum and everyone here for providing such thorough feedback and reviews. This truly helped me a lot in terms of selecting the best HT surgeon for myself as well as helping me manage MPB all those years prior. Background: I always had a fear of losing hair/thinning since I was a kid given that half of my paternal side are NW6-7s including my dad. This made me consult a dermatologist at 19 years old and he prescribed minoxidil 5% to me (I wish I knew about finasteride by then ). Minoxidil definitely helped thicken my hair but it definitely hit a plateau but it helped maintain what I had so I was not concerned at all. When I was 21 years old, things took a turn for the worst once I started working out and incorporated creatine into my workout routine. Now while creatine helped a lot with my workout, it absolutely destroyed my hair and definitely accelerated my MPB! The amount of thinning I noticed after a few months on creatine was insane...it really felt like 60% of my hair had miniaturized and basically I started to aggressively diffuse thin over scalp except for sides and back. Thanks to in depth research here on this forum and other places + dermatologist check up - I immediately got the prescription for Fin. Thankfully, the combo of Fin and minoxidil helped thicken my diffuse thinning hair and maintained it for 3+ years. I am now 25 years old and still on Fin 1mg/day + minoxidil 5% once a day and the combo has definitely preserved and slightly improved my hair since starting it. That said, my hairline had receded quite a bit at 21 and no improvements from meds there thus making my forehead look huge + wide and changing my entire face shape as a result. There was also still a lot of diffuse thinning visible through my hair despite being on meds for 3+ years. This is were the HT part comes in. Action Plan When I began doing my HT research - this forum was super helpful and resourceful. I had initially planned to travel to Spain or the States (where I lived for couple of years so more familiar) for my HT but once COVID happened, that was cancelled quickly. Fortunately, this allowed me to research into HT options within my own country India. For context, I work and live in Dubai but originally from India so it was really important for me to find a good HT clinic in my country as it would be the least hassle to travel to especially during COVID times. Luckily, I came across Eugenix online and I was amazed by their results. I also came to know that they were coming to Dubai for meet & greet few weeks later. This was in March 2021 where I got to meet both Dr. Arika and Dr. Pradeep and I was convinced to get my HT through them. When it comes to the surgery, I requested to work with both doctors (both are already outstanding on their own but I believe them together are the dream team). After several months of back and forth, I was finally able to get a date for Dec 2nd. Luckily, I also had family that stayed 2-3km from the main clinic itself so definitely made things quite easy. A Big shoutout to Rishabh who helped with the whole transition and scheduling process! Hair Transplant Day Plan & Design - This was done by Dr. Pradeep Sethi and accompanied by Dr. Vineetha (Sr.Doctor). This was very important to me as this would be the framework of the look itself so I had my questions ready. But the session did seem to end pretty quickly and I can see that how someone may feel that the session was rushed especially if they didn't know what to expect from the plan & design session or didn't come with questions prepared. My main questions were around the hairline being a bit too high and my forehead looking very wide & big. Dr.Pradeep said that the hairline I suggested (5-5.5 cm from glabella) would be too low for my face and proposed to keep it between 6 and 6.5cm. In addition, he also decided to work on my temples which would address my "wide" forehead concerns all the while keeping my donor area and future thinning in mind. The other concern was my crown - here I was not sure as I definitely wanted more hair but was also afraid of shock loss given that it still had lots of miniaturizing hairs in the area. Dr. Pradeep did say there was a risk a of shock loss but it is very rare and temporary given that I am consistent with my fin 1mg usage which I am in for the long haul. I also wanted to get my mid scalp area done but Dr. Pradeep said that there would not be enough space here and it would definitely damage the existing native hairs and is too risky to transplant there. Due to amount of grafts required (3,150) - My surgery was split across two days - Dec 2nd and 3rd. Operation: All Slits were done by Dr.Pradeep Sethi All extractions were done by Dr.Arika Bansal Hairline Implantation was done by Dr.Pradeep Sethi Rest of the implantation was done by Sr. doctors & technicians Grafts - 3,150 Around 1821 grafts for front + hairline (300 singles for hairline) Around 670 grafts split between both temples Around 659 grafts for crown area Pre-Op Pics - Dry hair - Marked areas in black with wet hair - Marked areas in black and shaved I will soon follow up with post-op review and pics in part 2. Just need to finish uploading the post op pics to laptop Thanks
  5. Hey all, Australian here. I've been looking to get a hair transplant surgery for a long time. COVID struck just as I was getting serious about it so a saga of booking local surgeons, cancelling, denial, frustration and ultimately waiting for the borders to open. Well, they're open and I booked the first flight to Thailand to see Dr Pathomvanich at the DHT clinic. As I write this I am a few hours post op and very happy with my experience so far. The clinic was very clean and presentable. The staff were super friendly, really helpful and kept me at ease. There are certainly cheaper clinics, but Dr Path has a legendary reputation with many awards and endorsements on this forums from surgeons like Dr Bloxam. Looking through his previous cases, I see that his work is definitely on the top end but as you can imagine, I will be second guessing myself right until the results start showing. Again though, Dr Path is calm, confident and his staff are all so reassuring - it puts my mind at ease to know I am in good hands. My Stats and Objectives I wanted to restore my hairline as that's primarily the area most affected by my hair loss. I have some thinning on the crown but it's pretty minor cosmetically when compared to the my receding temporal points and high peaks. Gallery of my hair before surgery I've been on Dutasteride for 3 years, Finasteride 2 years prior to that. This has halted my hair loss - I don't think I saw much regrowth but no loss is a win unto itself. Why Dr Path? I was looking at a lot of surgeons. I was considering going to NYC to see Dr Bloxam. Perhaps Canada for H&W and some suggested clinics out in Spain or HLC in Turkey. Thailand is close to me in Australia and I imagine I will need multiple surgeries over the course of my life so somewhere close to home is valuable to me so Thailand made sense given there were reputable surgeons there. I was picking between Dr Laorwong and Dr Path. I feel both are great choices but my gut was telling me to go with Dr Path because he came across as compassionate, he listened and answered my endless questions and he would cite clinical studies / research which is something I value greatly. Dr Laorwong has more activity, but his reviews are from his clinic and less candid reviews. That's not inherently bad but when Dr Path has pages of unscripted reviews, it adds a lot to picking him. Everything Dr Path said corroborated my independent findings digging through medical journals and when there was something he was unsure of he would be up front and tell me there is no research on what I am asking. He has a "no nonsense" approach which I respect. I asked him about PRP during surgery and he explained that there aren't any clinic studies to show it has a benefit in hair restoration surgery but it isn't likely to hurt - which I agreed with. He didn't try to sell me by throwing in extras, all he did was demonstrate through communication that he knew what he was doing and I liked the cut of his jib. Dr Laorwong results are great though and to my knowledge they use similar techniques - but I had to pick one. Travel Prep So. Many. COVID. Tests. Booking the Thai pass was mental, got approved in 7 days. I had to get an HIV and Hep-C test for the surgery, which I sorted in Australia. Other than that I booked 8 days. Fly to Bangkok on the 4th of December, fly back to Sydney on the 12th December. Surgery on the 7th December so that's 2 days to buy gifts for friends, surgery then 4 days post op in Bangkok. Surgical Planning / Pre-Op (Day 0) I arrived at the DHT Clinic at 8:45am. I loved the clinic. It was very modern, well lit, clean and professional. The staff were all very friendly and super accommodating. There were no dumb questions and they were not rushing me for anything. I really really appreciated the customer service there and the life and joy the staff put into their work. I filled out some forms, we did a rapid antigen test for COVID (I had a PCR test done 3 days prior), and after that I got dressed: At that point I was shuttled into a room where there was a nurse who would take my before photos, then wash my hair. People have mentioned that in the before/after photos of Dr Path's other patients, he will often have the before photos with wet hair and the after as dry. I get it now. I was instructed to wash my hair with antibacterial shampoo the night before and the morning of the surgery. My hair looked pretty wiry as a result and it was impossible to style. The goal of their photos were to part the hair so that the recession could be adequately observed. They didn't drench my hair, they just sprayed it two or three times with a small bottle and it didn't change the appearance of my hair significantly. Just needed to do that so they could show the extent of my NW 😆 After my hair was washed, Dr Path walked in and encouraged me to draw what hairline I wanted in the mirror. This is where I felt greedy, in that moment I could ask for a lower hairline and go crazy but I was taught by other people's experiences that conservative is best with hair transplants. I went with the middle ground approach and placed the hairline at the bottom of the baby hairs on my middle hairline. The peaks would be brought down to reflect that and my temporal points reconstructed (even as I write this post op, I am having second thoughts that I went too far and brought it down too much. I am so worried it will end up too thin but I gotta stay positive) Here is a gallery with the hairline design They set up a laser measuring guide to ensure symmetry between the two sides, then broke it up with some irregularities. We talked about FUT vs FUE vs FUT+FUE and I said I am happy with whatever has the best cosmetic result. I leaned towards FUT because I had read studies showing there was greater graft survival, more hairs can be harvested and eventually you can do a combination procedure to maximise donor area. They used this clever gladwrap contraption they placed on my head to chart out the area to cover so they could calculate how many grafts would be required. I thought it was genius because I spent an hour trying to do the same things using a tape measure. We planned 2600 grafts into the temple peaks and temporal points (side burns). They gave me 20mg of diazepam as tablets (valium) and we walked into the operating theater. I don't use valium generally so I don't have a tolerance, but somehow I was awake through the whole thing but feeling a very drunk-link intoxication with less dizziness. The Surgery In summary; we entered the operating theater at 10:30 am and finished at around 7pm and I had 2770 grafts transplanted. Strip Removal The process was quite chill - I lay on my stomach on an adjustable chair that has a face hole (similar to a massage table). Before each of the initial anesthetic injections were inserted, the nurse would let me know so I wasn't surprised. I wasn't expecting this but a nurse was massaging my legs to distract me from the injections. I had read that the anesthetic injections hurt a lot but it turns out I felt nearly nothing. A prick every now and then but it was so mild that I laughed to myself at the apprehension I had over it. Felt like the apprehension was worse than the actual injection. The strip was removed quickly, I only felt some light tugging but no pain at all. I then got up for a bathroom break. Here's a photo of me post strip-removal. You can clearly see exactly how many drugs I am on: Gallery I then went back into the theater for part two, the incisions. Incisions While Dr Path prepares the graft sites on my scalp, the strip is being processed by his technicians. They view the grafts under a microscope and sort them into the groupings. They even let me look at my own follicles on one of their microscopes which was kinda awesome. Dr Path premakes the graft sites using a depth control pen then his nurses will use a dilator to expand the site then insert the graft with tweezers. Below you can see the incision site creation pen configured to be the correct depth for my graft. He then places a few test grafts to make sure everything is calibrated correctly. Once everything is set and ready to go, Dr Path designs the hairline using the pen - creating all of the incisions for the grafts to be placed into. From there the technicians get to work placing the grafts into the sites. The operation began at 10:30 and ended at around 7pm, maybe 8pm. It was labour intensive work and the team at the DHT clinic are incredible. We broke for lunch about 60% the way through and I got a local dish that I love. Fried pork mince with basil, was so damn good. Immediately Post Op Looking at myself in the mirror after the surgery was surreal. I was looking like one of the many heads I had seen online immediately post op. Once everything was done, they gave me some anesthetic for the ride home (warning me it might hurt later on). I paid for the extra grafts. They gave me instructions on the medications, told me not to bump my head on the taxi door and I headed back to the hotel The First Night (Day 0 Night) I might be weird but I have had sunburns that hurt more than this. I rate the pain a 1 or a 2. I barely feel the donor area - feels kind of like a dull low droning of an ache. If I lie directly on it it lets me know that for sure but I figured out a way to suspend my donor area above my pillow without causing any discomfort. I got my travel pillow, flipped it on its side and placed my donor area between the two cushion bits. I got maybe 4 or 5 hours sleep - not from pain but from worrying if I brought the hairline too low or if the results are going to look terrible 😆 Post Operative Care I was invited back the next day for the nurses to wash my hair and show me how to do it. I asked if they wouldn't mind doing it for me for the rest of the week because I was nervous that I would mess it up in the hotel. They were happy for me to come back. Honestly Dr Path and the staff at DHT clinic are extremely friendly. Everyone is laughing and smiling (though their masks). The clinic is very professional, I felt at ease the moment I walked in.
  6. Hello. I have a question about double grafts. Obviously the donor area has these, so do other parts of the head? I know they shouldn’t be on the hairline, so if someone has doubles from a bad transplant can singles be implanted in front to hide them? Or would they still be noticeable?
  7. The patient's goals were to address the recession and to feminize the hair line to go in synergy and complete her transition process. Challenges included a previous hair transplant and also a brow life with resulting scars as visible. The patient was very happy at 9 months and one aspect of this was to be able to wear her hair up and backwards without having to be concerned about how it looked. In a recent conversation she has now been able to move on in her life without even thinking about the hair transplant as it has become a natural part of her life with the result that she was able to achieve. GRAFT BREAKDOWN:- 1s 500 2s 1349 3s 667 4s 131 TOTAL:- 2647 CHALLENGES:- VIDEO:- PRE-SURGERY IMMEDIATE POST-SURGERY 3 MONTHS 9 MONTHS COMPARISON
  8. How many grafts would I need and how much would this cost? I have a before and after picture below of my desired hairline. What would be the best doctor to do it correctly in the SoCal or NorCal area? As you can see it would big improvement (I think)
  9. A hairline can be a blessing to roll back the years, or a curse that you will forever regret! Presenting Bitesize with Bitesize, #47 - Allow Dr. Bisanga to explain some of the common pitfalls in hairline design that you can live to regret. Remember hair loss IS progressive so you need to be wise and personal in your approach and not consider a "YES" clinic, or the brief joy can be outlasted with long term regret. Get it right first time and listen to the experts who have decades of experience in designing a unique hairline that compliments your face shape and bone structure whilst optimally planning based on your donor resources. Continue your education with "Designing a natural hairline" -
  10. Hi, So I am 2 weeks after my 2000 graft FUE operation. There's a gap/space between my natural hairline and the new transplanted hairline and its concerning me. The clinic said they had to use a razor to shave off some of the hairline during the operation as the hair was in the way. The hair in that area are very slowly regrowing... I have Googled some progress photos and did not come across any that were similar to me. Does anyone know if this is a common thing or am I getting worried over nothing? I'm unsure why didn't just transplant some into those areas too.. Thanks in advance
  11. I had 2 SMP session by Jonathan Gerow from Gerow Hairink. I still have one more session to my treatment which will be done at the end of January. My first session was done 11/22/21 and my second session was done 12/8/21. Previously I had a butchered hair transplant done by Bosley in 2011. Which was fixed by Dr.Rahal in 2012 and the scar wasn't visible on hair lengths #2.5. But recently I started to have alopecia and my hair looked horrible with patchyness and I went to this forum and ppl recommended SMP. I did some research and narrowed it down to Gerow hair ink or micrsoclap USA. I went with Gerow. Here are the results keep in mind there is one more session left. Overall I feel it's good the frontal looks very nice crispy clean..but still the scar needs some work..i know it's not going to be totally noticeable. Plus give me your thoughts
  12. Hi all, I opening this thread to asking if anyone of you would any recommendations for some top hair transplant surgeons in Europe (Turkey incl.)? I do not think I would need that many crafts - I've asked a surgeon in Switzerland and he told me around 2000 if I want high density. This is actually what I am really looking for: Natural hairline High density My goal is to have long hair - I do not really know if this has any impact on my choice for a clinic... Thank you very much for your recommendations! I am really looking forward to receiving them :). Have a nice week all, best, Elisha
  13. Some background: 28, Male Hair loss noticeable since 21 Hair loss seems to be heavy diffuse thinning, combined with hairline/temple regression Started finasteride and am currently on it for about 2 months Asian hair, fine, thin Got on a call with Dr. Diep and he quoted two options: 2250 FUE ($17,000) or 2500 FUT ($13,000). What would this forum recommend? Some thoughts and questions: As a diffuse thinner, I'm weary of my donor area being overharvested during FUE. I'm open to multiple surgeries over time. Thus, FUT seems better. I'm seeing a lot of people being quoted ~3000-3500 grafts for FUT. I was only quoted 2500 FUT. Any theories why? After seeing Diep's YT videos and being located near his office, I am excited to choose Diep. However, there are a few negative reviews about him on this forum. Should I exercise caution and look into another doctor? Diep seems to specialize in hairline and I definitely need one. How bad is Diep's FUT scar? After surgery, is it particularly gnarly and eventually heals into something more acceptable over time? I live with family and don't want to come home sporting a bloody, mangled scar. Any Asians who did FUT or FUE with Diep and would recommend? I am desperate to look for success stories for people similar to me and my loss pattern. I could write an essay on how miserable this HL process has been, but I'm happy to have this forum and look forward to everyone's input and help. Thanks!
  14. I'm two weeks post - op. 28 years old for reference. My recipient area is now a lot darker than my native skin (almost purple), and it's creating a very unnatural and unfortunate appearance. It's obvious that I had a hair transplant as of now. I wanted to check with everyone here on if this is normal or if I need to do something immediately. I can't afford to have this appearance given I can't wear a hat to work. Has anyone had any treatments to fix the scarring / hyperpigmentation in similar cases? How early can you do this? Can dermmatch hide this?
  15. Hello dear balding friends! A lot of you guys asked for it so here you go! My "quick" report I had a 2 day surgery done in Espinho, Porto, Portugal with Dr. Bruno Ferreira on 28th & 29th of January 2020. Currently resting in my hotel and since I have all the time in the world I decided to write this up - "for whom it my concern" Grab a cup of coffee/tea/whateveryouintothisdays and enjoy reading! A little bit about me 28 year old Caucasian male, Androgenic Alopecia, NW5a. Older Brother - NW 6/7, Father - NW 7-teen. To set up a base line, here's a photo of me before any hair loss (age 18). Never had extremely straight hairline (just a fact!). I've been loosing hair for the last 7-8 years, obviously not extremely excited about this fact, so when I reached NW3a i became worried. I started my research for "natural cure" and tried Detumescence Therapy (vigorous scalp massages - mechanical stimulation) for 20 minutes morning and evening 6 months straight (according to researcher after doing this type of massages you can expect to START seeing some results from 6 months onward), and then just gave up as I had big lifestyle changes all at once, so couldn't manage it. I don't want to go into detail of how it works, so google for yourself, but I strongly believe it halt my hair loss progression a bit. Years went by and I slowly started loosing more and more hair until eventually in December 2018 (that's when I began my research 24/7), when I was full blown NW5a I decided to do something about it. To keep it short, you can read my other thread on here. While I was doing some treatments, I was also heavily researching (when I say heavily, I mean - on the way to work, at work, at lunch brake, on the toilet after lunch, on the way back home, the rest of the evening, almost all weekend) Hair Transplant surgeons until end of November 2019 when I made my decision. More on that below. In this post I didn't want to go into much details (nobody would really read it for 3 hours straight!), so I kept it nice and short with my main candidates. Day 0 27.01.20 - Trip to Portugal. Quick flight from London to Porto about 2 hours. Afterwards got an Uber from airport and in 25 minutes already in my hotel 1 minute away from the clinic! Booked via Booking, quite cheap. Plenty of options. Easy task. Day 1 28.01.20 - Quick breakfast and 07:30 am @ the clinic. First impression - Super early! The whole clinic looks like closed except of Dr. Ferreira's part. In the building company Rejuvie are offering things like Aesthetic/Antiaging/Dental and many other treatments. However, don't be fooled! Dr. Bruno has his own part on ground floor where he designed everything himself from consultation room to OR. There's no other things going on in there but Hair Restoration done by Dr. Ferreira. I met his lovely team consisting of 3 nurses and Dr. Bruno himself and been directed to patients room, which is dedicated only for patients himself. They gave me a key of the door, so I wasn't worried about my belongings being there while having my operation. One of the nurses Ricardo (btw, this guys is absolutely amazing! He will take care of you every second you spent there and you will feel like you are a super star!) gave me a surgical "uniform" to change right away and shortly after Dr. Bruno came to see me to discuss procedure. Obviously while waiting I managed to snap a quick photo We discussed bits and pieces, signed needed paperwork and headed to the other room for a photo shoot. Dr. Bruno took quite a few pictures and we started planning hairline design. It took a good 15 minutes or so to finalise it. I was actually quite amazed of his attention to detail! Not a typical hairline done in 2 seconds like you see in many videos from Turkey hahaha After he showed me his final proposal I didn't even want to change a thing. It looked perfect! Now when I'm thinking it's probably because I didn't see any hairline for years , but his final design after careful examination of my facial structures was looking amazing. Afterwards we buzzed my hair completely, made some more pictures, Dr. Bruno took measurements of recipient and donor areas and we headed to the other room "on the table under the knife". As I'm writing this post I don't have any pictures made by Dr. Ferreira, so once I've got them I will update this thread. Procedure The Plan - extract and implant around 3500 grafts over 2 days Tools used - Lion Implanters, Motorised 0.85mm punch, Manual 0.85mm punch (and probably smaller, not sure, Sorry! ) (more information coming soon) Implantation approach - pre-made incisions + Implanters for the hairline and the rest using Lion Implanters alone (picture attached) Area to cover - 75 cm2 Future hair transplant area to cover (crown & mid scalp) - 75 cm2, approximately 1500-2000 grafts (more information coming soon) Donor area - around 10,000 extractable grafts, lots of multiple units (more information coming soon) Hair shaft diameter - 51 micron Picture below shows all extractions updated live by nurses on the screen next to the operation table. Now, it might look like a lot of grafts for such small area, but because my hair shaft is quite thin (~51 microns), I would need more hairs/cm2 to have great coverage. Everything started from Anaesthesia which to my surprise was almost pain-less! Dr. Bruno was using his fingers to gently massage the area while slowly inserting the needle and to my surprise that was incredibly pain-less. I asked him how is that everyone is talking about how the most painful part is anaesthesia and I almost didn't feel a thing, he replied "I'm just being very gentle". That's when I realised the difference between caring surgeon and money-making-minded surgeon. Anyways... Back of my head numb in few moments and we jumped right into extractions. The feeling of that.. Like a very quiet clippers. I kind of liked the way it feels hahaha (i guess I'm weird ). No pain. Dr. Ferreira used 0.85 mm motorised punch only because after examining my donor turned out a lot of grafts are placed almost in a straight line (e.g. 4 hair graft is not in a bunch, but in a line), thus covering bigger area, thus larger punch is needed. After all extractions been done we still had a little time before our food arrives, so Dr. Bruno decided to do some incisions for the hairline BTW selection of food was solid! Fish, Meat, Veg, Soup, Drinks, Dessert... I asked if it's possible to get Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice and turns out it was not a part of the deal, but to my surprise they got it for me! While extractions went like a knife through butter, Implantation part was quite difficult and it took much longer than expected. I had a lot of popping due to my elastic skin (damn you Detumescence therapy I guess! ) and excessive bleeding. Dr. Ferreira used "every trick in the book" (that's what he said haha) to manage the situation and by the end of the day everything looked promising. Post-op instruction and back to hotel... Had a great night sleep, 0 pain. Woke up just 2 times, so I used that opportunity to spray saline solution as per Dr.'s instructions. Day 2 29.01.20 - Arrival to clinic at the same time 07:30 am. Quick check up, donor wash and right into the action. Dr. Ferreira decided to change his approach to make implantations much smoother and avoid complications. The Plan - extract ~500 grafts and implant them immediately Total extracted grafts - 3611 Total extracted hairs - 9861 Total ratio - 2,73 Pardon me, I didn't make a picture of "Total" page! Hopefully will receive this information soon from Dr. Ferreira and will update this thread. Overall day 2 was sooooo much smoother! The new approach Dr. Bruno decided to take this day worked like wonders! Almost no popping and no excessive bleeding. Conclusion I was extremely impressed by Dr.'s adaptability to situations. Taking different approaches "on the go" to control the process. I didn't even realised at first that he was using manual punch until one moment I was like "waaaaaaaaait a second.. Something is different!". No sound, just pure manual rotating movement. I asked Dr. Bruno - "Are you using a manual punch?" to what he replied - "yes, in some places it's easier to get into with manual punch". The right tool for right situation. How about that? Anyways, here's some post-op pictures. I will keep updating this thread until final result. Also, once I've got a good quality pictures from Dr. Ferreira I will update that here. Please feel free give me your opinions! I'm super excited to finally get it done (especially the fact that I can see my hairline hahaha ).
  16. Hi, I was under FUE procedure almost 4 months ago. I'm more active on french forums but like this one too. Finally I'm making this topic. I'm 36, NW3V. I started losing hair in early twenties. Very agressive loss until late 20s then it slowed down a lot. It started by vertex and frontal thinning appeared later. I have no history of hair loss in my family. Pretty unlucky 😡 The operation was done within two days : day one : 2000 grafts for hairline day two : 1539 for crown/vertex (the total was 3559 because I lost 20 grafts when hurting my head 😡 I'm posting personal pics. And also other from the doc just before the surgery. I must confess about doc's pics : the light was pretty agressive which makes my hair look worse than normal conditions.
  17. On May 9th 2020 I had a hair transplant procedure with Dr. Keene. We did 2400 total FUE grafts - 1200 in the frontal regions and the other 1200 in the crown. Dr. Keene is an excellent surgeon who really cares about you, your situation, the results, the industry, etc etc. If you're thinking about getting a hair transplant, you should put her on your interview list. And the staff -- they are awesome! I think everyone is wonderful in the group, but Nicole definitely stands out as someone who really makes you feel comfortable and makes the whole process a bit more enjoyable and fun :). Ok, so let's not leave out more great people like Lisa, Savannah, Ube, and Bernice (not sure i got everyone, sorry!) who are also exceptional. For anyone struggling with hair loss, I hope this helps! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Let's start with pre op pictures.... Now for some photos 2 days after surgery.... BELOW are the 1 year post op pictures from Dr. Keene's office BELOW are a few 1 year post op pics I took myself to show the length as the above pictures were fresh from a haircut that may have been cut too short... Here's a direct sunlight shot.
  18. What do you think of my hair transplant guys?
  19. When people think about their losing hair, often times a thought sparks in the mind about getting a wig to replace all of the hair loss. This might be a solution and might make you feel good in the short term, but here is why getting a wig is not a permanent solution and is not something you should consider pursuing in the quest for better hair. Thinking about the nature of a wig, it cannot be a permanent solution because you have to consistently update the wig and get renewed wigs different wigs every time. A hair transplant surgery is once and is final, whereas a wig is recurring and is not final. One of the apprehensions that people have when considering a hair transplant surgery is that there is a lot of blood involved with the surgery but the reality is that there is no blood loss involved in a hair transplant surgery. Skin problems – Wearing a wig causes skin irritation and itching and is not a permanent solution because it causes scalp itchiness and redness and irritation. On the other hand, if you were to go through a surgery, Aren’t done by trusted doctors – A wig is not made by a doctor that is well trusted and has years of experience and training doing something repeatedly. Doesn’t solve the problem – Wigs are inherently a short term solution and don’t address the actual problem, the problem is that there is not enough hair on someone’s head and a wig is simply window dressing to cover up this aspect rather than offering an actual well thought out solution. Can lead to even more hair fall – Wearing a wig can actually lead to even more hair fall than normal. Wearing a wig stresses the hair follicles at the base, which makes it a problem for someone who is concerned with their natural hair and increasing their number of hair follicles. Stress on the hair follicle causes the hair follicles to gradually weaken and eventually fall out of their natural place. The excess stress on the hair follicle is not good for existing hair follicles as well as subsequent hair growth. Regular Maintenance – Wigs require a consistent and constant investment, they’re expensive and need to be renewed after a while. In the long run, a hair transplant could actually prove to be a better investment than a wig. If you’re considering the cost of a hair transplant in Mumbai then it might actually be beneficial to get a hair surgery than it would be to get a wig. If you’re looking for a better solution than wigs then you might want to look for a hair transplant in Delhi or Hair transplant clinics in Mumbai.
  20. Dear forum members/viewers, We present the case of a patient that came to see us about his receding hairline which he had noticed since his early 20's. He wanted to have a procedure which would achieve a natural hairline appearance and subtle so that it was appropriate as he ages into his late 30's and early 40's. Surgical details Dr Arshad performed an FUE hair transplant 18 months ago. 1841 grafts were excised from the donor zone at the back of the scalp and implanted into the hairline and frontal zone. The hair characteristics were thin calibre/fair hair. The graft breakdown is as follows: Refined soft single FU's = 78 Single FU's = 639 Double FU's = 744 Triple/+ FU's = 380 The patient is very happy with the outcome. If any questions, please feel free to ask. Regards Adam (from Dr Arshad's clinic)
  21. Let me know what you guys think of these pics. Mature hairline or MPB. If you think it is the latter, what should I do?
  22. Hi All, I'm new to the forum after researching hair loss solutions for the last 5 or so years. I'm currently attending/booking/submitting some assessments with the doctors as I'd like to go ahead with surgery. One of my concerns is the resulting quality of the transplanted hair, and being able to style it the way I'd like. Alot of before and after pictures are impressive in many ways, but I don't often see guys with similar hair styles that I'd like to achieve. (Which is styled medium legnth and up at the front in a quiff). Alot of the pictures I see are guys who wear it short, or down at the front. I wanted to ask those who have had a HT whether it's difficult to style and manage the new hair, and whether longer hair styles are possible? It seems alot of it is to do with doner hair, and what's already in place on top. I'd say I'm around N3 (Receded hairline, particularly the temples, some thinning in mid scalp). The donor hair area is managable hair, fairly thick and straight. Also regarding hairlines, it seems a lot of the best looking results are built around existing hairlines, which is a concern as I'd like mine slightly lower than where it is now. I have so far been assessed by a nurse in a Harley street clinic as having a reasonable donor area density (although not great), and needing around 5000 hairs to the front & mid scalp (Achieving good density). The hair line she outined was conservative and was pretty much where my hairline is now, and ideally I'd like it 5-6mm lower down. In my opinion it would still be reasonably high and age appropriate for the future. Does anyone have experience in this situation? Is achieving slighlty lower hairline possible!? I'm waiting on some assements from Dr Reddy, Dr Bisanga, Dr Lorenzo, Dr Zioga so I shall soon have more of an idea of what is possible. Any advice would be much appreciated. I guess I'm trying to set expectations and figure out what the outcomes are most likley to be like! Cheers Bobbat68
  23. About Me Residence: Adelaide, Australia Age: 24 Norwood 2-3 Donor Capacity: 9800 grafts Donor Micron: 55 Donor FU/CM2: 99 Grafts used this surgery: 2867 Ratio: 2.19 hair/graft Temporal: 403 grafts @ 2.04 hair/graft Parietal: 1583 grafts @ 2.19 hair/graft Occipital 881 grafts @ 2.28 hair/graft Singles: 536 Doubles: 1359 Triples: 854 Quadruples: 114 Quintuple: 4 Sextuple: 0 Introduction Hi everyone, After noticing my hairline had recessed at the age of 19/20 to around a norwood 2 - 3 diffusing pattern i decided to do something about it. Long story short, at the age of 20, I ended up being coerced into a 1000 graft FUT surgery in 2015 to 'fix' this issue at a local clinic in my home city of Adelaide, South Australia. Instead of the amazing results I was promised, all that i had received was a pretty traumatic couple of days of surgery, an emptier bank account, a very sparse, poor excuse for a 'result' and a huge fut scar on the back of my head. It has since been 5 years and after dealing with trying to hide the unnaturalness of the transplant result as well as leaving my hair long constantly to hide a massive fut scar that i was promised would be an 'unnoticeable pencil line'. I bit the bullet and had the fut scar revised wit a plastic surgeon in march 2019 and booked an fue surgery with ASMED clinic in Istanbul for February 2020. Arrival Day 02/02/2020 After a 22 hour flight from Adelaide, Australia I arrived at the new Istanbul Airport, grabbed my bags and after a phone call from my patient coordinator Seda and a little confusion to navigate my way out of the airport I met with my driver Furkan. The van was very nice, spacious, comfortable with snacks and bottles of water and also wifi which was a nice touch. The drive was around 40 minutes on the highway, Furkan was full of knowledge about Istanbul and he even stopped halfway and got me something to eat and drink which was really nice. We arrived to the clinic (it was a sunday so relatively quiet) and i was taken up to my room. This is when you'll realize just how amazing the clinic is. Everything is so clean and well designed and everyone that works there is so nice. Once I arrived into my room i was messaged by Seda and told that there was no dinner made on sundays and that she will order me take out. After receiving pizza and a coke to my door I showered and was ready for bed for my consultation day. The rooms are very nice, equipped with your own ensuite, fridge, safe, tv and hospital bed. Consultation At 9:30am my coordinator, Seda knocked on my door ready to take me to my consultation. I first had my photos taken with dry hair, then a round with wet hair. then i was taken to another room where I had my bloodwork done and heart checked. We then went to Dr Korays office to meet and design my new hairline. I was actually really nervous to meet with the doctor but he is so welcoming and loved a good bit of banter which definitely settled me and made me feel relaxed. After measuring donor capacity, hair quality and micron of the hair it was time for the hairline design. Designing the new hairline was actually something I really enjoyed. Dr Koray first drew what he believed best suited me and then asked for my input. I was happy with his first design but wanted the left slightly lower to match the right and be more symmetrical so he was happy to address this and then we were finished with the design. I also asked about reinforcing my crown (he didn't believe this was necessary), reinforcing my temple peaks (which he agreed was a good idea for the future) and placing grafts into my fut scar (we discussed and settled on SMP) 2800 grafts was decided (2500 initially in the email consult) which i was happy with. After the design I was taken the to hair shaving room, this was very daunting for me because i had never shaved my head but felt relaxed as soon as i sat down. Once my head was shaved I was shocked purely because I actually didn't mind how I looked with a shaved head. After the shave I was taken in for more photos where Dr Koray drew the final design and made sure it looked perfect and then the final before photos were taken. After this i was then taken to the KE-Bot room which was really cool. I sat in a chair in front of a screen and a robot then scanned my head counting on the screen my singles, doubles, triples and so on. This takes about 10 minutes and once this was finished I was taken back to the shaving room where Dr Korays head Dr sectioned off the back of my donor zone and divided it evenly so each area is harvested according to how dense that area is etc. While this was happening, Dr Umud, the anaesthetist came in and discussed allergies to medication etc. Once this was complete, my head was washed, i was taken to the finance department to pay the remainder of the surgery and then the consultation day was complete. I returned to my room to a surgical gown and pants hanging up and a pair of crocs to wear for my surgery. Surgery Day I was told to have a light breakfast and meet Seda at 7:20 in the common room outside the bedrooms. I was super nervous for my surgery and was given a xanax to take before hand, this helped calm me down a lot. I was taken to the hair shaving room where they shaved my hair again and washed my head thoroughly, after this i was taken to the surgery room. I sat up on a surgical bed and had my drip and pain killers placed then sat my head in the KE-Rest (which is awesome I don't know how I would've sat for that long without it), had my local anaesthetic and it was time for the extraction process. For something I was so scared about, it was actually really calming. i sat there with a blanket in front of a tv which live reads each graft removed and tells you how many singles, doubles, etc are being extracted. I slept through most of the extractions but when awake the feeling was somewhat like someone pressing lightly on the back of your head with their finger. Nothing painful like I was worried about. All that i can recommend is as soon as you start feeling anything let them know and they will give you more local. If this is left too long the local hurts so much and is honestly the worst pain you feel through the entire process. After the extractions were complete, the back of my head was bandaged and it was lunch time. Lunch was awesome, meatballs and potatoes with rice, bread a salad and water. After lunch, Dr Koray came in and made the incisions, this process went relatively quick and as soon as he was done he wished me goodluck and his team started the placement of the grafts. the placement is the longest process but was still a pleasurable experience. Once this is complete, Dr Korays head Dr comes in and double checks (if there's any gaps she will extract, make the incision and fill the gap with grafts) then Dr Koray has a look to make sure everything looks good. I was taken to the SMP room where i had SMP performed on my FUT scar then taken for my post operative photos and then I was talked through how often to use the atp spray and ice pack and that was the end of my surgery day. Day After Surgery The day after surgery I was taken to the washroom where I had my wash and then given all my post op care. Once this was complete my driver came and got me from my room and took me to the airport for the long 22 hour flight home. Before Photos Wet Hair Shaved With Hairline After My Tips 1. Get to know other patients It was really refreshing talking to other guys that are going through the exact same thing as you. In my case there was a guy visiting for his third time and bouncing questions off of him really helped the rest of us more comfortable and not as worried about the whole process. I would also urge everyone to keep in contact through whatsapp because it is nice to bounce progress and swelling shots off of each other as well as discuss washing techniques etc. 2. Ask as many questions as possible Nothing is a stupid question. It's pretty daunting going to a different country for a surgery and I found that everyone there is more than happy to help. 3. Stay over there as long as you can I left the day after surgery and found that the swelling has increased a lot further than others that had much shorter flights. If you can stay for a week or so until the swelling goes away also if you can visit the clinic for washes, you'll find the whole recovery much easier. Looking forward to seeing my results and what you think. Will post pictures as I hit each milestone! Thanks, NY
  24. Hi everyone! Has anyone on here had any experience or undergone a hair transplant with Dr. Reddy? He’s now opened up his own clinic and I’m seriously considering going with him to undergo the transplant. If not Dr. Reddy are there any other UK surgeon recommendations? Thanks!
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