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  1. Dear all, We would like to share the 6 months FUE results for this 32 year old male patient. He received 1911 scalp grafts to recreate his hairline and temple points in order to frame his face. Hopefully his new look will help his career as a Bollywood singer blossom even further. The total cost for his procedure at 89 rupees per graft inclusive of 18% Tax was 170,079 rupees equivalent to $2361 US, $3,141 CAD, 2125 € or £1930 UK. Please also see the video below.
  2. Hi, I would like to share my experience and current results from a FUE Surgery. I had my surgery last year August 2018. Also, this is my second surgery after a failed procedure from a 2000 grafts FUE surgery which I had in June 2016. The picture below before my last year procedure shows the failure from my first surgery. After my first unsuccessful surgery I decided to try a second procedure with hope of a better results. I came across Darlings Buds clinic from this forum and few other forums along with his clearly 'misleading Youtube' channel. After contacting and consultation through emails only he suggested for a FUE procedure 2200 grafts. He convinced me that the first procedure was a failure and he can repair it with a single procedure and with 2200 grafts (we end up having 2376 because he claim he managed to extract more during surgery). I made a trip last year to India in August 2018 for the procedure and after 10 months of my procedure I came into conclusion that it is a failed procedure based on the results below. From the month of 7 I started asking Dr Bhatti, why I don't see any results even after following all the instruction he gave me i.e, medication which is Finestride, Biotin 10,000 mcg, and Minoxidil, he's feedback was he don't know himself.Despite the side effect of finestride, I'm still on that medication. After numerous emails, he admitted that my hair will not grow fully and his feedback was each human body works differently. At last, he replied that he can do a repair with complementary repair. Here now comes my question which he refuse and cannot answer. 1. What was the reason my unsuccessful surgery? 2. What are the possibility of the repair surgery would work? He's reply was he can only hope for the best 3. What if the repair failed as well? - No answer, only replied with 'I won't proceed with another repair then' - This is of course when there is no more graft available as he claim I only have balance 800 grafts 4. When I told him that I would need to approach another surgeons view and I've been asked for my outcome pictures from few bloggers, he's feedback was he would need to defend himself. Strange that he thinks I'm making a false acquisition here when he knows that the surgery failed and he can't convince me for a repair. Also to note that all this is through an email and personally I feel there is no sense of responsibility from him to call and speak to me. Below is the pictures and I hope to get your expert feedback on this. Would it be right for me to go back to the same surgeon who cannot give me a proper explanation and explain to me what went wrong? Only by saying we can just hope for the best. Before Surgery 3rd Day After Surgery 5th Month After Surgery 6th Month 10th Month
  3. Dear all, I would like to share the following informative video with the community. At his Darling Buds Clinic in India, Dr Bhatti has been treating bad FUT scars for the past 15 years. Strip scars from the FUT technique after a bad hair transplant are managed by W-Plasty surgical revision and body hair transplant in some selected cases. Also scalp micro-pigmentation can play a great role in camouflaging a bad FUT strip scar.
  4. I have been in touch with this 24 year old UK patient for the past year or so and he has kindly asked me to share his 9 month results. His father initially contacted me through this forum and I personally made all the arrangements for him to travel to India and have his hair transplant procedure completed by Dr Tejinder Bhatti. He was an NW3 heading for a NW5, quite aggressive balding for his 24 years. Like many others, he just wanted his hair back before it started to affect his busy lifestyle. So, in late February 2016 he completed an FUE procedure with Dr Bhatti consisting of 2218 grafts to restore his hairline and fill in his mid scalp. He was in India for 6 days post procedure and he managed to tour the whole of Chandigarh, he managed to visit the Golden Temple in Amritsar, he managed to witness the India-Pakistan Wagah Border Ceremony (Michael Palin does a great description on youtube) and he managed to cram in a day and night in Delhi just to round things off. His actual procedure cost was 2,555 pounds sterling (equivalent to approx 3,200 US dollars, 4,300 AUS dollars, 3,000 euros). Including all other costs, his total came to just under 3,500 pounds sterling. Not too bad for a life changing result and a lifetime cultural experience. The patient loved India and India loved him. Here are his before and 9 month after photos.
  5. “I’m never going bald”, “No chance of me losing my hair, look at it, it’s like a Lions mane!”, “If I ever lose my hair I’ll just do something about it”, “If I ever lose my hair, there’s bound to be a pill you can take and it’ll just come back”. But when I started to lose it, I started to lose it, the Lions Mane was no more, there was no magic pill and I was going bald, what could I do about it? I was in my mid thirties when the penny dropped, after a little research I started taking Regaine at night massaging it into the scalp, however I was just delaying the inevitable, there was no magic cure as I had thought years back, maybe if I could delay it for a few more years until the magic cure was found. So a little Regaine at night and life carried on as normal. Fast forward five years, my hair definitely was receding or maybe my forehead was just growing, having been blessed with a large forehead anyway, did I need it to grow any bigger? Alas the hair was definitely receding and where it wasn’t receding it was thinning, to my horror I could see my scalp, I could see the scar that I got from being hit with a hockey stick in my school years, I hadn’t seen it for years! The Regaine had done it's bit but was now tired and in the throes of defeat, there had to be another solution until the magic cure was found. Fibres! yes fibres that when sprinkled on the hair make it look more fuller, now that’s what you call magic! So I stopped using Regaine and switched to sprinkling fibres (Nanogen and then onto Caboki) and then spraying with fixing spray, great solution, BUT will only work if you have something to attach the fibres to. So switched to using fibres for the next 3-4 years, no one had a clue what my real hair looked like, not even my closest friends, even when on lads holidays no-one was none the wiser. In fact the only side effect was the wife constantly giving me earache for staining yet another pillowcase! Circa 2013, at the ripe old age of 43, the fibres were running out of hairs to attach to, I was more or less sprinkling the damn things onto my scalp, something had to give, was this the time to shave it all off and join the ever increasing band of Duncan Goodhew lookalikes. Did I have a choice? Maybe, time to turn to my old friend Google. Hair transplants, what is this trickery, is it real or is it just another big internet scam? I know Wayne Rooney (English and Man Utd Footballer) had one done in the Summer but he’s minted and it probably cost in the tens of thousands. So I looked at UK clinics, with one of the largest and more well known, I arranged for a consultation for the FUT procedure. Over the phone I was quoted about ?16,000 but on further research I was a bit weary about having a massive ‘machete attack’ type scar on the back of my head, I probably would keep my hair short so it would have been visible. However at the same time I came across this site and after reading a few posts, in particular a chap from Australia who had the FUE procedure carried out in India for a fraction of the price I was quoted for FUT in the UK. This got me thinking, the place in India, Chandigarh was quite familiar with me, my parents origins were in the villages in the Punjab that were just about 80km away. I had visited Chandigarh previously on a visit to India, it was quite modern compared to the rest of the Punjab, but then again most places are lol. The surgeon who carried out the procedure was Dr Tejinder Bhatti, I searched again on the forum and came across a few more people that had the FUE procedure carried out by him, no one had a bad word to say about him, and in fact everyone praised the whole setup from start to finish. Further research revealed that Dr Bhatti was a pioneer in the field of FUE, he had a host of qualifications and was very well networked. At this point I also searched for any complaints or scams (Sorry Dr Bhatti if you are reading this) but one can’t be too careful these days! I decided to make contact with Dr Bhatti through his clinic Darling Buds. I was surprised how quick the response was and basically this was the same throughout any future contact I made with the Dr Bhatti and his clinic, I always received a response within a couple of hours at the latest. I sent some pictures of my scalp to Dr Bhatti and a realistic photo of what I wanted, at this point I did not want the world, I just did not fancy being bald. Dr Bhatti replied saying the hairline request was realistic, it was type V, I would require about 4000 grafts and that it would take a day. All I had to do was pay a deposit and turn up, I would be picked up from Delhi airport and all hotel arrangements etc would be made. I decided to go with it so promptly paid up my deposit, there was no turning back now, full steam ahead. I didn’t bother meeting up with the UK clinic, I didn’t bother contacting anyone else, I went with my gut instinct that this was the right thing for me to do. It wasn’t until Oct 2014 that I managed to juggle my commitments to have a week free in which to go to India to carry out the procedure, a close friend Mick insisted on coming with me which was great, party on! So I arrived in Delhi on Monday Oct 19th 2014, my procedure was for the following morning, a 7am start. I was fully aware that it would take more or less all day so I guessed it was probably for the best that I was jetlagged to the max so I could sleep through most of it. In any case the next 5 hours on the Roadtrip from Delhi to Chandigarh were not going to be much good for sleep unless you can sleep through extreme turbulence. Dr Bhatti’s driver Sachin was there to meet us at the airport, he explained who he was and took us to the car. On a quick inspection of the car, I did notice there were no scrapes, scratches or dents on the car, this in India is usually a credit to the driver. Turned out Sachin was every bit the driver and more, the guy must have had parking distance sensors built into his head. In another life he would have been an F1 Champ! Great guy as others have also commented. We finally got to Dr Bhatti’s clinic, Darling Buds in Chandigarh about 6 pm for a consultation, a bit weary from the flight and journey. Dr Bhatti was very welcoming, he explained the procedure recommending that I had between 3,000 and 3,500 grafts. He drew the hairline on my forehead which I was happy with, asked if I had any questions or concerns. No concerns so I was ready to rock’n’roll come morning. I went to see the girls in the office; I settled the bill and was given some medication to take overnight. Whilst at the clinic I had a good look around and couldn’t help but be impressed with the general cleanliness and presentation; it would be wrong for me not to mention this as it puts many surgeries and clinics in the UK to shame. We were taken to our hotel by Sachin, booked in and told there would be someone to collect us in the morning at 7.00 am. The hotel was the ABS hotel nearby (5 mins walking distance and special rates at 50% off for Darling Buds clients), it was comfortable and all facilities were nearby with a restaurant and bar on the ground floor in which we went for a curry before popping the pills and retiring for the night. There is already a great review of the hotel already completed by another patient of Dr Bhatti, Raj Bains who had the FUE procedure a day after me. Well worth a read at the links below, http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/177363-hair-transplant-dr-bhatti-oct-14-part-2-procedure.html My Hair Transplant | Free Advice on Hair Transplant The day of the Procedure I got up, showered and washed my hair prior to the procedure. The young chap from the clinic came promptly at 7.00am to pick me up and lead me to the clinic. On arrival at the clinic Dr Bhatti met with me, drew the hairline again to which I agreed and then I was asked to get ready for the days procedure. I changed into the robe, had my hair cut and dyed so that it was easier to carry out the various steps. I then had my hair/scalp washed again with special shampoo to prevent infection etc. Then I was off for the harvesting session which would all be done from the donor area at the back of my head. I had to lay face down in the operating chair, it was comfortable and Dr Bhatti then commenced anesthetising the donor area at the back of my head. I did feel a few needle pricks, but I was fully aware that some discomfort was to be expected, but it wasn’t that bad at all. Once the anaesthetic had kicked in, Dr Bhatti commenced harvesting the grafts using the Punch Tool. Dr Bhatti made it clear that if I felt any pain I should say so and he would apply more anaesthetic. Because of the jetlag I was a bit drowsy during this procedure, on the few occasions I did feel a hint of pain, Dr Bhatti was quick to apply more anaesthetic. The harvesting procedure lasting about 4 hours, it was time to take a break for lunch and then onto the next procedure. Lunch was bought from the downstairs Hot Millions restaurant, a renowned chain specialising in Indian and western cuisine. Dr Bhatti was pleased with the harvesting procedure, once counted the graft/hair count was as follows Singles 713 Doubles 1633 Trebles 959 Total 3305 Grafts Total Hairs 6856 I have looked into this since and in the words of Vader himself, it is "most impressive!" The next stage was to make the slits in the transplant area; again the area was thoroughly numbed first. I felt no pain during this procedure but I will never forget the crunching noise in my head as Dr Bhatti made the slits, (thoughts of an ice pick did go through my head at one stage lol), Dr Bhatti made over 3,000 of these slits, this procedure took a couple of hours. During all procedures I was constantly asked whether I was Ok, whether I needed a break etc. So, onto the final procedure, inserting the grafts into the slits. This procedure was carried out by the skilled techs (Parneet, Tina and Pooja), it was somewhat soothing to hear the female techs chatting away whilst carrying out the procedure, almost therapeutic. This procedure took approximately 4 hours in total, Dr Bhatti would routinely pop in and out to ensure that all was going as planned. I had a break half way through the procedure. During the break I was perfectly well to walk around, talk to my friend who was hanging around and by now had almost perfected the hair consultant role himself after chatting with the numerous visitors to the clinic mostly from abroad. Once the final procedure was complete I was wrapped up and Dr Bhatti gave me instructions on what to do post procedure. I was to return to the clinic the following morning for further instructions on general care including washing the donor area. I would also be given medication for the next 14 days including pain killers. The clinic recommended I took the following medication for the next 6 months (to commence once all scabs etc have fallen out) which I have been doing so religiously since. Minoxidil Foam 5% (every late evening) Finasteride 1mg (1 a day for six months) Revilus Hair Supplement Soflets (1 a day for six months) Baby Oil applied to scalp in mornings All medicines above were as recommended by Dr Bhatti and purchased in India for a fraction of the price in the UK. I couldn’t fault the whole process at all from start to finish, it was a first class service in every way and I sincerely congratulate Dr Bhatti and his staff for providing such an exceptional service. I was in Chandigarh for another 5 nights so I did pop over every other day whilst passing to get my hair washed etc, I was always made to feel most welcome. Also at the end of our stay, Sachin drove us back to Delhi airport. So the procedure was carried out 5 months ago, I thought I would wait to do a review so that the results can be seen in the same post rather than forummers having to come back every month to view. So here are the pics of my results. I would appreciate the thoughts and comments of fellow forummers. Don't really need to say much more, the pics tell the story.........
  6. Dear forum members, As many of you know, we gather as much information as possible about a physician, their staff, technique and track record before they are even considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. Part of our review process involves getting input from patients and the members of this forum community. To learn more about this review process, click here. We’d like to gather your input and opinions regarding the potential recommendation of Dr. Kapil Dua of India on the Hair Transplant Network. At this time, Dr. Dua is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here. Dr. Kapil Dua has over 7 years of experience and performs exclusive hair transplant surgery at his own clinic in India. He specializes in both FUT/strip surgery and FUE and performs other hair restoration procedures such as BHT (body hair transplantation), eyebrow reconstruction, repair procedures, etc. He also provides free in-depth consultations and prescriptions for Propecia. Dr. Dua uses all the most advanced techniques and tools at his clinic to ensure that his patients obtain the best results. He has the staff and experience to perform large, densely packed sessions exceeding 3000 grafts via strip when appropriate for the patient and operates on only one patient per day. His FUE sessions are typically smaller and range between 2000 to 2500 grafts in a single day. Dr. Kapil Dua is very active in teaching which includes giving lectures related to hair restoration worldwide. He is highly respected amongst his colleagues and has either led or attended dozens of hair restoration related workshops. In fact, all the input we received privately by physicians currently recommended on the Hair Transplant Network regarding his potential inclusion has been overwhelmingly supportive. Dr. Dua uses singled hair grafts for the critical hairline areas in order to recreate a natural looking appearance and uses minimally invasive blades as small as 0.8mm to maximize density and reduce trauma to the scalp. Dr. Dua uses dense packing up to 55/60 FU/cm2 when appropriate for the patient. All donor extractions and recipient incisions are performed by the physician and grafts are cut/trimmed when appropriate and carefully placed into tiny recipient sites by his experienced staff of ten. Dr. Dua uses the Harris Powered SAFE scribe for harvesting the donor area via FUE and uses minimally invasive punches as low as .8mm to reduce trauma and resultant scarring to the skin. Dr. Dua makes all the incisions and his experienced team uses forceps and needles for implantation. Follicular units are stored using a Ringer Lactate solution and are only kept outside of the body for approximately one hour in order to minimize dehydration to the follicles. Dr. Dua views both FUT/strip and FUE as complementary procedures that work harmoniously for the long term benefit of the patient. Dr. Kapil Dua feels that a well done FUE procedure is as good as strip however, surgeons and their team must be more careful when handling the grafts and less hair can be moved in a single day. Dr. Dua is a member of many professional organizations including the ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery), AHRS (Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons), AAHRS (Asian Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons), ACSI (Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India), IMA (India Medical Association) and the AOI (Association of Otolaryngologist of India). Given Dr. Dua's experience in performing state of the art hair transplant surgery and providing only the best results, in my opinion, he should be considered for recommendation. In recent weeks, Dr. Dua has presented several examples of his procedure and recent results on this forum. Some of Dr. Dua's Recent Patient and Surgical photos can be found below: 2500 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Dua 6000 Grafts via FUE over 2 Session with Dr. Dua 3100 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Dua 5500 Grafts via Strip over 2 Session with Dr. Dua 2200 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Dua 2800 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Dua 1500 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Dua 2300 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Dua 5200 Grafts via FUE over 2 Sessions with Dr. Dua Dr. Dua and Staff Performing FUE Dr. Dua and Staff Performing FUT/Strip I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation. To view our standards for recommendation, click here. Onwards and Upwards, Bill
  7. I am 29 yrs old and I have been losing hair for about 10 yrs. I was on minoxdil on and off and also used propecia for about 6 months. I had full head of hair until 2015, I stopped the medication and pretty started shedding crazy after few months, now in 2018 I am diagnosed with Norwood V and becoming Norwood 6. My dad has a Norwood 6 pattern baldness and my grandfather on mother side has decent hair at his age and at Norwood 4. My progression of hair loss seems to be going towards Norwood 6 and matches more with my Dad. I have so far discussed with Dr.Bhatti, Dr. Suneet Soni and Dr Agrawal via emails, and in person with Dr.Paine and Dr.Allan Parungao. I have also scheduled appointment with Dr. Keller next month. All doctors are suggesting that an FUE can extract about 2200 - 2800 grafts, and 3000 - 3500 FUT method. At this point. I need some suggestions on which doctor can get be the best results based on a Norwood V - VI pattern. If I choose to do future transplant, is it preferable to do FUT first and then FUE later? This is going to be my first HT and I want to make the best of my donor area, please suggest what would be the best approach. My goal is to achieve a conservative hairline with decent density than an aggressive hairline but less dense hair. I usually style my hair moderately short e.g. 3-4 size and like to spike the frontal hair.
  8. After a break of 3 years, I am back on this board I started to experience hair loss in my late 30s. I conducted a lot of research into the matter and decided go for a hair transplant procedure back in 2014. The surgery was performed by Dr. Bhatti. I was very pleased with his work but unfortunately my hair loss continued and more surgery was required. This time I settled for Dr. Jyoti Gupta at DermaClinix in Delhi. The procedure went over 2 days ( 23/24.11.2017) as I needed 4000 Grafts ( 3600 grafts from the scalp and 400 grafts from the beard). The decision to go with DermaClinx was linked to two reasons. First the financial aspect as hair transplant surgery is very expensive in Australia. The second reason was the excellent given communication. The assistant manager of the clinic patiently answered all my questions through WhatsApp and even helped me with my Medical Visa application. She even offered to assist with airport transfers and hotel arrangements . In short, this was first class customer/patient service. I arrived in Delhi 2 days prior to the scheduled surgery. The hotel was located in East of Kailash, New Delhi, just 10 minutes away from the clinic. The room was very basic but since I was traveling on my own and only staying 6 nights it was satisfactory. Day of surgery: The clinic organized a nurse to come to my hotel room at 8am to draw some blood for testing. I arrived at the clinic at 10am and was greeted by the staff, filled in some forms and was then called for a electrocardiogram. Prior to the start of the procedure I was given some medication to take. Dr Gupta and her team examined my head up close. Everything was explained in a professional and caring manner. The day 1 surgery started at 11.30am and ended at 8.00pm. There was a lunch break at 2.30pm ( clinic orders a meal of your choice ) . The day 2 surgery started also 11.30am and finished around 7pm. I was also given a complimentary PRP treatment. I found Dr Gupta very personable and pragmatic or to say it in plain words...... a doctor who genuinely cares about your well being. The entire experience was amazing and I would not hesitate to return for another procedure if needed. I will try and post regular photos to show the progress and welcome any questions that anyone may have
  9. Hey everyone Long time reader of this site and first time poster! First of all, I would like to thank everyone here who share their experience and give recommendations..you guys are awesome for helping guys like me I am 27 and Lives in Canada...balding runs in the family and need in a transplant badly but can't decide on surgeon. I read so many good reviews on doctors from turkey on this forum and contacted two of the best Dr. Koray Erdogan & Dr. Hakan Dogney. Email exchange with Asmed: They responded asking for more pictures and when I sent few more with wet hair, Dr. Koray responded saying that I need 4500 - 5000 grafts, (which is 2.5 €/ graft)...where I will end up 11,250 Euro which I can't afford at the moment. But as I see many "before and after" pictures in the internet, I believe I wont be needing that many grafts (may be 3000 - 3500 should do). Email exchange with Dr. Hakan: His assistant (Mustafa) responded very quickly saying that i might need 4000 grafts and its 2 €/ graft. but if I book a date this month, they will offer 25% discount. So will end up paying 6000 €. But im doubtful on this doctor because I saw a very bad review of him on this forum (I know its not ethical to judge someones work based on one or two bad reviews) but i am really worried. Also, dr koray suggested that I should use Finasteride, but I see the side effects of it (so, not willing to take the risk). I see fantastic reviews of this doctor and his procedure and results seems absolutely phenomenal. But from the people who use Finasteride, can I know how is your experience? Is there any one who recently got the surgery from dr. hakan and may i know how is it? (his price is way cheaper than dr. koray but recent bad reputation is turn off) Basically, Im looking for a good surgeon who performs FUE via manual punch and at reasonable price in turkey. Indai: Ive seen few people go to india for transplant, because it is cheaper than turkey, but I don't know who is best..any recommendations are highly appreciated and thank you for responding.
  10. Hey everyone Long time reader of this site and first time poster! First of all, I would like to thank everyone here who share their experience and give recommendations..you guys are awesome for helping guys like me I am 27 and Lives in Canada...balding runs in the family and need in a transplant badly but can't decide on surgeon. I read so many good reviews on doctors from turkey on this forum and contacted two of the best Dr. Koray Erdogan & Dr. Hakan Dogney. Email exchange with Asmed: They responded asking for more pictures and when I sent few more with wet hair, Dr. Koray responded saying that I need 4500 - 5000 grafts, (which is 2.5 €/ graft)...where I will end up 11,250 Euro which I can't afford at the moment. But as I see many "before and after" pictures in the internet, I believe I wont be needing that many grafts (may be 3000 - 3500 should do). Email exchange with Dr. Hakan: His assistant (Mustafa) responded very quickly saying that i might need 4000 grafts and its 2 €/ graft. but if I book a date this month, they will offer 25% discount. So will end up paying 6000 €. But im doubtful on this doctor because I saw a very bad review of him on this forum (I know its not ethical to judge someones work based on one or two bad reviews) but i am really worried. Also, dr koray suggested that I should use Finasteride, but I see the side effects of it (so, not willing to take the risk). I see fantastic reviews of this doctor and his procedure and results seems absolutely phenomenal. But from the people who use Finasteride, can I know how is your experience? Is there any one who recently got the surgery from dr. hakan and may i know how is it? (his price is way cheaper than dr. koray but recent bad reputation is turn off) Basically, Im looking for a good surgeon who performs FUE via manual punch and at reasonable price in turkey. Indai: Ive seen few people go to india for transplant, because it is cheaper than turkey, but I don't know who is best..any recommendations are highly appreciated and thank you for responding.
  11. Dear forum members, As many of you know, we gather as much information as possible about a physician, their staff, technique and track record before they are even considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. Part of our review process involves getting input from patients and the members of this forum community. To learn more about this review process, click here. In North America, the market for 350 million people is shared by 40 plus physicians recommended by our community. In India, we currently recommend only 2 physicians for a market of over1 billion people. After interviewing Dr. Bhatti and viewing several examples of his procedure and results, I believe that Dr. Tejinder Bhatti should be considered for potential recommendation by this community. At this time, Dr. Bhatti is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here. Dr. Bhatti was previously being considered for recommendation back in 2013. However, due to several previous concerns brought to our attention by physicians, we chose not to proceed with his potential inclusion. After investigating these issues and speaking with Dr. Bhatti, we genuinely believe that he's now resolved these concerns. Concerns brought to our attention revolved around how Dr. Bhatti conducted and promoted his business and had nothing to do with his work or patient results. This included various political concerns and an over-promotion of the benefits of FUE while discrediting strip surgery. However, Dr. Bhatti has long since removed and discontinued any such negativity online and offline and because he has matured in his presentation of FUE's relative pros and cons, we are reconsidering him for recommendation. Most importantly, his patient results and reviews on this forum are excellent. Dr. Bhatti has over 10 years experience and after mastering both FUT and FUE, he now performs exclusive follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplant surgery at his clinic in Chandigarh, India. Dr. Bhatti performs only 1 or 2 cases each day and has the staff and experience to perform sessions of FUE exceeding 2000 grafts in a single day when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti specializes in FUE, scar repair, eyebrow transplantation, and BHT (Body hair transplantation - using hair from various parts of the body to restore hair on the scalp). He also provides prescriptions for Propecia, medical hair loss treatment and provides ongoing training in FUE for doctors and their technicians. Being a firm believer in continued education, Dr. Tejinder Bhatti runs a fully hands-on FUE workshop at his clinic every year at his clinic so that leading physicians around the world can learn from each other. Dr. Bhatti has trained dozens of physicians in the FUE technique in the last 18 months alone. Dr. Bhatti adopted and regularly uses Dr. Jim Harris' motorized SAFE Scribe at his practice. In his hands, Dr. Bhatti feels that this device maximizes both quality and quantity of the grafts during the extraction process. Additionally, because this tool uses “blunt dissection” as opposed to a sharp punch, angle and direction of the punch is less critical to avoid transection of the hair follicle. Dr. Bhatti uses a .75mm punch in Caucasian patients due to their finer and thinner hair and prefers using a .85mm punch in Indians. While Dr. Bhatti recognizes that follicular units obtained via FUE are more fragile, he is confident that he can regularly obtain 95% growth yield in the vast majority of patients by carefully extracting/handling grafts and transplanting them within 3 or 4 hours of being harvested. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti is dedicated to natural hairline reconstruction and selects only the finest 1 haired follicular units for placement in the first two rows of the hairline. In order to create the most natural looking hairline and result, Dr Bhatti typically densely packs up to 55 follicular units per square centimeter (FU/cm2). In Asians and Caucasians, Dr. Bhatti staggers the hairline and creates a non-staggered hairline in Africans in order to best mimic nature. Dr. Bhatti uses a combination of small needles and custom cut blades as small as .75mm to create recipient incisions. This ensures a snug and comfortable fit for the extracted follicular units in order to maximize growth yield. Given Dr. Bhatti's vast experience in performing quality FUE and providing only the best results, in my opinion, he should be considered for recommendation. In recent weeks, Dr. Bhatti has presented numerous examples of his recent FUE and specialty results on this forum. Dr. Bhatti's Recent Patient and Surgical photos can be found below: 5000 FUE and Body Hair Grafts in 2 Sessions 3000 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Bhatti - Only 5 Months Post-Op 3000 Grafts via FUE on Caucasian Male with Dr. Bhatti Patient Album Patient Experience on His Profile 3850 Grafts via BHT and FUE with Dr. Bhatti 3000 Grafts via FUE in 1 Session Dr. Bhatti 1000 Grafts via FUE on Female Patient with Dr. Bhatti 4050 Grafts in 1 Session - 3 Months Post-Op 4050 Grafts in 1 Session - 5 Months Post-Op 1200 Grafts in 2 Sessions via FUE - Female Hairline Burn Scar Traction Alopecia Case via FUE Some Additional Patient Cases: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...er-bhatti.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...arh-india.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...tti-india.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...er-bhatti.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...-progress.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...tti-india.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...00-grafts.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...87-grafts.html Hair Restoration Journal for Questionmark - Before surgery http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.co...04-2013-a.html ------ More Posted by the Clinic ------ 2897 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Bhatti 3011 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Bhatti 3200 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Bhatti 3244 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Bhatti 3200 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Bhatti Patient Shane13 Results You can find additional examples of his work by visiting the “Results Posted by Leading Hair Transplant Clinics” forum and by using the “search” feature. I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation. To view our standards for recommendation, click here. Best wishes, Bill
  12. After well over a year of research I finally took the plunge and went for my first HT. I am a 30 year old white male from the United States. Like many of you, I started to become obsessive with my hair loss – staring and examining strangers hairlines and becoming more and more insecure and embarrassed about my hair with each passing day. Meds were doing little, if anything at all, so something more drastic had to be done. I chose Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in Chandigargh, India for my hair transplant for a few reasons – for one (and most importantly) his patient results look great and you can easily find an overwhelming number of happy patients. For two, lets be honest – the economy is a lot different in India than it is in the United States so therefore his price point is very attractive, especially for those of us who cannot afford standard U.S. prices which can be in the 10-20K range. Although a big trip traveling around the world to India, it made the most sense for me… plus you can treat it as a mini-vacation to further help justify your travel expenses. I am a seasoned traveler and have been around the world but never to India prior to this trip. I am tempted but won’t go into too much of the cultural aspects of India because I don’t want to get off topic - but I must say that visiting even for only a couple days was a surreal experience. I’m not sure if it was because I was operating on very little sleep, or because I was only there for what seemed like a blink, but taking in the culture was border-line life changing. If traveling to India, block out as much time as possible prior to your procedure for vacation, you won’t regret it. Food was fantastic, complete strangers were very kind (overly nice in fact), and everything is so cheap. I paid $4 for huge meals that would be $20 in the U.S. I was charged $8 for a personal tour of Delhi by a 3-wheel taxi driver – I felt compelled to pay him triple. The culture is so much different than the western world, it’s a really amazing thing to experience. Word of warning - you will likely be scared of the driving at first – to put it into perspective, it makes crazy New York drivers look like senior citizens ☺ Everything with the procedure itself was smooth as expected. The pain is negligible unless you have a low tolerance for pain or are scared of needles. I would say it’s more uncomfortable than anything, but what’s a few hours of discomfort versus years of no longer being embarrassed of your head? The staff/techs was accommodating and nice, most spoke English so making small talk was not impossible. Dr. Bhatti speaks great English and as you already know, he does the majority of the work, which is comforting. Like any good surgeon, he will make you feel comfortable and have you laughing. On to business - Dr. Bhatti rebuilt my hairline in the front and temples with around 2600 grafts and also sprinkled around 450 grafts in the balding and thinning crown area – it was a big procedure with 3082 total grafts. 639 singles, 1671 doubles, and 772 triples. I have attached my pre-op photos and I will reply with my 5-day post op’s. I will do my best to post monthly updates. I am no expert, but from what I can see Dr. Bhatti has done a great job at packing in the grafts nice and tight. My most sincere thank you to Dr. Bhatti and his entire staff. Also thank you to everyone who contributes on these forums. As a long time lurker, I must say having online communities to privately confide in is such a valuable thing for those of us who wish to remain anonymous with our insecurity issues in our personal lives. Hair loss can be devastating and cause (or worsen) serious anxiety issues so it’s important for communities like this to exist.
  13. Hello Guys, I first want to thank you all for the tips & information shared on this blog because of which I got many of my doubts clear and also got the courage to go ahead and get my HT done. I am in my late 20s & after dealing with hairloss for 9-10 years now and losing most of my hairs year by year, I tried most of the medicines including Finax & minox, but they always had a temporary effect and the hairloss continued. So I decided to go for HT after all the research and taking to various doctors in Mumbai & Pune, I went ahead with Prashant Yadav (Dezire Clinic Pune) after visiting him and also looking at some of the results posted on these blogs. On 16th of April I decided to go for my HT of 4000 grafts which he suggested would be enough to cover my front as well as my crown area. Clinic had already asked me to do a blood test a week before the HT and send them the results which were clear & called me a day earlier and instructed me all the Do's & Dont's before my surgery, one of them was to color my hair, No Oil and also get shirt and a lose sports cap. As when I arrived at the clinic they gave me garments to change and made me sit in a room where Dr came and did my Hair line marking. To be very frank he is not very talkative as some people have mentioned here, he only speaks to the point which I thought at first to be rude. I got the marking done, a nurse gave me some tablets before moving me to a room where my head was shaved and then was moved to surgery room. I was first administered local anesthesia, which was the most painful part of the surgery. As many injections were given over the donor area to make it numb, there was no pain thereafter. Extraction of grafts were fully performed by Dr Prashant himself with the help of his assistant & few nurses. It took around 2-3 hours to get all the grafts removed after which I was given a break of 15-20 minutes for lunch. I completed my lunch quickly and went again in the same room for implantation where again local anesthesia were now given on recipient area (Same Painful Stuff) after which the implantation was started by his technician and few nurses. I would like to highlight here the staff there is extremely helpful and make you very comfortable and also got to know from them that Dr Prashant speaks very less normally which I thought at first as rude, but then all I want is my HT to be perform good which he did. The implantation of 4000 grafts took around 5-6 hours where I was given a break or two for movement. The Dr visited the room 3-4 times to check on the surgery. Also meanwhile my surgery I was given PRP session which they told me would help for the growth of my hair. I have my second PRP session scheduled after one month. (Both the PRP sessions were part of my HT). Once the implantation was done they washed my head with a shaving foam and then applied Fusidic Acid cream on donor area and dressed it. I was given a band to wear to stop the swelling. Then his assistant handed me a list of medicines and instructions. I left the clinic to a nearby hotel for my stay. (NOTE: If you plan out to get your surgery performed on Saturday you will have to come back to clinic on Monday for removal of your dressing as on Sunday there is no staff available to get your dressing removed) As I was unaware of it I decided to get the dressing removed it myself as I had to leave for Mumbai the next evening due to some issues. All in all I would say I had a mixed bag of feelings after my HT. I am not sure how it is going to turn out but I am keeping my fingers crossed hoping it turn out to be good. I am attaching my pictures for your reference, these were taken from my mobile so some of them aren't very clear, kindly have a look and please post your views on the same.
  14. Hi Everyone, First time posting here in the forum.I did quite a bit of research and have made up my mind to proceed with HT but don't know which doctor to go with and what precautions i have to take. So asking fellow forum members to guide me in this journey. 27 yr old East Indian Male with traction alopecia and family history of male pattern baldness. Though everyone in family got it in mid 40's. Not into styling my hair so much, but need dense hairline (fix the receded part) and fixing the temples/sideburn. What are the pre n post op considerations. And correct me if i am wrong but i need 50 hair / sq cm or 50 graft / sq cm. Obviously cost will be a deciding factor but not too concerned about saving pennies if quality isn't there. Second concern is i've seen lot of people getting hairline fixed but side temples are not brought down and inwards enough and it looks fake. I live in vancouver bc. Looked into Dr hassan n wong (Vancouver), Dr rahal (Toronto) , Dr bhatti (India) and Dr Sohi (India) . Canadian doctors are performing FUT mainly and even then with cost and scar, cant really justify it. Indian doctors on other side are cheaper but once you add in flight n stay it comes down to same number. Please advise.
  15. Dear forum members, As many of you know, we gather as much information as possible about a physician, their staff, technique and track record before they are even considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. Part of our review process involves getting input from patients and the members of this forum community. To learn more about this review process, click here. We’d like to gather your input and opinions regarding the potential recommendation of Dr. Yalamanchi Venkata Rao of Hyderabad, India on the Hair Transplant Network. At this time, Dr. Rao is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here. At this time, Dr. Rao only has strip results to show. Thus, we will be only be reviewing his strip technique for recommendation at this time. However, we have described both his FUT/strip and FUE technique below. Dr. Yalamanchi Rao has over 10 years of experience and performs hair transplant surgery as the primary part of his practice in Hyderabad, India. Dr. Rao performs mostly FUT/strip but more recently started providing FUE to his patients. He specializes in FUT/strip surgery, FUE, eyebrow transplantation, moustache transplantation and provides medical treatments for hair loss such as Propecia and Platelet Rich Plasma for thinning hair. Dr. Rao has the staff and experience to perform large, densely packed sessions exceeding 3000 follicular units when appropriate for the patient and performs only one procedure per day. He uses all the latest techniques including the trichophytic closure technique, minimally invasive needles, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), microscopic dissection and dense packing when appropriate for the patient. Because Indian hair is thicker and coarser in nature, Dr. Rao typically uses needles ranging between .9mm and 1.2mm in size. Dr. Yalamanchi Rao is very hands on and places many of the follicular units himself, in particular into the crucial hairline area. In order to create the most natural looking hairline, Dr. Rao uses only the finest 1 haired follicular units. He never uses multi-haired grafts and believes that naturalness, not numbers ultimately determines whether the end result is good or bad. Dr. Rao uses a single number 10 surgical blade to harvest the donor strip to minimize transection. All follicular units are dissected and trimmed under microscopes and carefully placed into recipient sites with the help of his staff. His large staff of 15 average over 6 years of experience. Dr. Yalamanchi Rao uses a motorized blunt 0.9mm punch (similar to the Harris SAFE Scribe) called the marathon during his FUE procedures. While Dr. Rao feels comfortable with this extraction device, he believes that a physician's expertise and experience is more important than which tool a physician uses as each tool comes with a list of potential advantages and disadvantages. Follicular units are implanted with curved titanium forceps available in India. During Dr. Rao's FUE procedure, follicular units are placed into recipient sites no later than 1 to 2 hours after extraction in order to avoid desiccation (dehydration). Grafts are stored in ice cold saline that's sometimes coupled with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) if appropriate. Some grafts are further trimmed under microscopes if necessary before implantation but not all follicular units require it. Given Dr. Rao's experience in performing state of the art hair transplant surgery and providing only the best results, in my opinion, he should be considered for recommendation. In recent weeks, Dr. Rao has presented several examples of his procedure and recent results on this forum. Some of Dr. Rao's Recent Patient and Surgical photos can be found below: 4012 Grafts 7 Months After Via Strip with Dr. Rao 4268 Grafts via strip with Dr. Rao 2748 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Rao 3685 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Rao 2803 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Rao 3102 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Rao 2815 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Rao 2589 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Rao 3312 Grafts via Strip with Dr. Rao 2932 Grafts via Strip wtih Dr. Rao You can find additional examples of his work by visiting Dr. Rao's photo albums on his social profile. I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation. To view our standards for recommendation, click here. Onwards and Upwards, Bill
  16. Hi Folks - I joined recently & found some of the threads really useful. Appreciate that members take out time to share their experiences and provide valuable suggestions for others to decide on the next steps:D So here comes my case for review I am currently 34 years of age & have been suffering from male pattern hair loss since my teenage. On top of that I have chronic seborrheic dermatitis of scalp, which aggravates hairfall and makes it difficult for me to sport long hair. I have had a trimmed haircut for past 15 years or so. I am looking for a Surgeon in INDIA who can restore my hairline & fillup my crown/ top scalp to provide a much fuller look. Request inputs/ advice on which Surgeon/ Clinic should I go for? Much appreciate your inputs in advance. Thanks again.
  17. Dear forum members, As many of you know, we gather as much information as possible about a physician, their staff, technique and track record before they are even considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. Part of our review process involves getting input from patients and the members of this forum community. To learn more about this review process, click here. We’d like to gather your input and opinions regarding the potential recommendation of Dr. Suneet Soni of New Delhi, India on the Hair Transplant Network. At this time, Dr. Soni is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here. Dr. Soni has been performing hair transplant surgery for over 7 years as the primary part of his practice for over 7 years at his clinic in New Delhi, India. He performs both FUT / Strip and FUE hair transplant surgery and has the staff and experience to perform large, densely packed sessions exceeding 3000 grafts when appropriate for the patient. His strip procedures are typically larger than his FUE sessions due to the tedious and time consuming nature of follicular unit extraction. Dr. Soni feels that FUE is best suited for patients with lesser degrees of baldness and for those who wish to keep the hair on the sides and back of their scalp cropped short. Dr. Soni believes that a combination of FUT / strip and FUE provides patients with a greater supply of donor hair for both maximum coverage and density. Dr. Soni uses the Powered SAFE Scribe designed by Dr. James Harris and feels growth yield using the FUE method at his clinic is approximately 90%. Dr. Soni specializes in FUT / Strip, FUE, BHT (body hair transplantation), eyebrow transplantation, scar revisions and repair surgery. He also offers prescriptions for Propecia and performs all of the consultations himself. Online consultations are free. Dr. Suneet Soni uses all the advanced methods including microscopic dissection, the trichophytic closure, .minimally invasive tools as small as 0.8mm to extract follicular units and make recipient incisions, etc. Dr. Soni has the ability to dense pack up to 75 FU/cm2 (follicular units per square centimeter) when appropriate for the patient and uses only single haired grafts in the crucial hairline area to mimic nature. Dr. Soni has a large team of 16 assistants averaging 5 to 7 years of experience, 12 of which are cutters and 4 are planters for strip surgery. Because making the recipient incisions is the most artistic part of the hair transplant procedure ensuring naturalness and direction of hair growth, Dr. Suneet Soni makes all the recipient incisions himself. He also harvests the donor strip for strip procedures using a single scalpel to minimize transection and damage to the follicles and uses the double layer closure technique to aid healing and minimize the appearance of scarring. His technicians carefully place follicular units into tiny recipient sites in both FUT / strip and FUE procedures. Dr. Suneet Soni is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS), the Association of Hair Restoration Surgery of India (AHRS), the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS), .the Indian Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (IAAPS) and the Association of Plastic Surgeons of India (APSI). Given Dr. Soni's experience in performing state of the art hair transplant surgery and providing only the best results, in my opinion, he should be considered for recommendation. In recent weeks, Dr. Soni has presented several examples of his procedure and recent results on this forum. Some of Dr. Soni's Recent Patient and Surgical photos can be found below: 4170 Grafts Repair Surgery via FUT / Strip 3450 Grafts via FUT / Strip 3270 Grafts via FUT / Strip 2720 Grafts via FUT / Strip on Female Patient 3852 Grafts via FUT / Strip 4234 Grafts via FUT / Strip 3268 Grafts in 2 Sessions via FUT / Strip and FUE 3750 Grafts via FUT / Strip 3943 Grafts via FUT / Strip Patient Posted Results - 3500 Grafts via FUT / Strip I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation. To view our standards for recommendation, click here. Onwards and Upwards, Bill
  18. Hi Friends - There have been some of Dr YV Rao's (based in Hyderabad, India) videos on youtube and his website claims to provide HT at a stunning cost. However, I have not seen anyone who have mentioned about their experience working with him on these community pages. He is, also, not one of the Doctors recommended by Hairrestorationneetwork community leaders. Any thoughts friends? Thanks in advance
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