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  1. Hello, I would like to share my hair transplant by Dr. Keser from Turkey/Ankara. In the time from 14.11.2018 to 16.11.2018 were 1700 Grafts transplanted to me. Now i'm in 4,5 Months POST OP and of course I'm now very dissatisfied. The difference between the transplanted hair and my existing hair is huge. But Dr. Keser told me that the transplanted hair is as dense as my existing hair. What do you say ? Before 1 Before 2 Hairline / Plan by Dr. Keser Donor at OP 1700 Grafts Finish 7 Days after 16 Days after 6 Weeks after 9 Weeks after 11 Weeks after 13 Weeks after 15 Weeks after
  2. Hi folks, This forum was instrumental in forming my decisions to go for hair transplant. I have been losing hair since I was 17-18 and it is/was a major reason for my insecurities. Even though I have mixed feelings about the results but the peace of mind this process brought me is indescribable. I am grateful to all of you. I had lost most of my hair in crown and hairline area, I went for FUE for 4800 strands in January of 2016 (>2 years ago) with Resul Yaman in Istanbul. Here are some of the highlights of my experience. Overall I do think that the doctor and staff were professional and tried to make the process pleasant. It is Painful. This is something I have not seen discussed here often but OMG is this procedure painful. Pain form all those local anesthesia injections that have to cover your entire head makes me very hesitant to consider this again. Results I think the job done on my hairline was impressive but at the same time results on my crown area were less than pleasant. As you can see from the pictures I looked like I was doing a comb over because how barren my crown area was. If I was to give it a rating, I would rate it as a B- overall. Whats next I am considering for going again for second round to cover the crown area a bit more but I am worried that my donor area might have been over-harvested. I would greatly appreciate if you guys can give your thoughts about this. First 3 are from before the surgery and next 6 are quite recent. with last one trying to highlight my donor area.
  3. Hi, my name is Zac and while I'm waiting (very patiently) for my hair to grow I figured I'd take the time to share my results. Thanks to all who have shared their results and stories in the past, as they've helped me a great deal in preparing for the process. I just turned 40 years old in July, about a month after my surgery with Dr. Vories in South Carolina. It took me a few years to decide to have the transplant, but the only thing really holding me back was the cost. I felt Dr. Vories was fairly priced in comparison to most I'd researched, and his results seemed to be on par with the best I'd seen, if not better. I made an appointment for a 2000 graft session to fill in my crown for June of 2017. My experience at his clinic was great. Everyone there made me feel comfortable. They fed me lunch and we watched Caddyshack (my choice..they have hundreds on Apple TV) for the portion of the surgery where I was upright. For the extraction I laid on my stomach with my head facing right for 500, then left for 500 more, then with my head straight down in a massage style pillow for the final 1000. We ended up with 2004 grafts extracted. The only painful part was the numbing, which is a decent needle prick over and over in the area he's working. I sat upright (but leaning back a bit) for the rest of the surgery. Again, the pain was fairly mild and only during the numbing portion. He started to implant a few a little soon on one spot, and I simply told him I could feel it so he numbed me up a little more and on we went. So far I feel good about the decision and the process. I have pics I'll attach below from before, 1 day, 3 days, 2 weeks, 1 month, and 2 months. The 3 month mark will come in mid-September, at which point I'll continue to load new pics monthly. Thanks again to all who operate this website and all who have contributed to the forum.
  4. Dr Seyman Clinic – Hair Transplantation Result Photos These are pictures one of our patients. The pictures are "before & after" surgery, result of a hair transplantation surgery. FUEhair transplantation surgery was perfmormed by Dr Seyman Clinic. 6 months later, our patient send photos with magnificent hair growing. With advanced FUE technique, hair transplant procedure was performed using 3860 grafts. Requested result was achieved with 1 session. Extraction performed with a 0.7mm punch. Incisions are executed by dr Ertugrul Seyman with lateral slit technique. Grafts Implanted in 1 session: 3860 grafts In the shared photos you will clearly see: - pre-op photos - photos after planning - post-op photos - photos 6 th months result of surgery This patient doesn’t take any hair loss medications. For free consultation and more information : www.drseymanclinic.com
  5. FUE hair result on Asian man who had Norwood 3 with receding hairline and corners. The surgery was taken place 16 months ago by Dr. Diep. Dr. Diep recreated his natural hairline, filling in from the frontal toward the back. His hairline looks so natural and dense which allowed him to spike up his hair like Dragon Ball Z!!! Number of grafts: 1,329 grafts 1's:367 2's:698 3's:206 4's:58 For more information about the this patient fantastic result, please watch the following video: http://youtu.be/JG9x6YWurcM
  6. Hello community, I had 3 weeks ago a hair transplantation in istanbul. I did everything the clinic told me. I didnt touch the recepient area for 10 days. I used a panthenol spray they told me to use for 10 days. After 10 days i started massaging the recepient area to lose all the scabs and blood crusts. I have a lot of questions and I dont find answer even after reading millions of things in google. They gave me some pills. One of them was called coraspin. I searched and understand that it is a anti-coagulant. When they visited me in my hotel room one day after the op, they took it away from me after looking at my head Nd told me that i dont need it. But they didnt take it away from my friend, who came with me and had also a OP. Why? Why they took it away? Ahhh and he also asked if im doing a lot of sports and i said yes everyday till now haha. I saw a lot of bad experiences of people here after waiting for one whole year to get a bad result and it makes me crazy, because i can be also one of them. I will ad pictures, so maybe some of the experts here, can give their opinion? Thank u very much guys
  7. Hi all, Would you kindly share how was your HT result without taking any finasteride? Was it good enough or sub optimal? Did it result in huge shock loss or no? And did it recover in time? Any additional thoughts are much appreciated. I have read enough threads on the debate of why and why not take finastride, completely understand the long term stabilizer arguement etc however here I just want to hear from people who got HT done (or know someone who did) without taking any finasteride and how would they rate their result. TIA!
  8. FUE hair transplant restoration surgery result less than 2,500 hair grafts transplanted by Dr. Diep after 1 year follow up. Dr. Diep personally designed the hairline, harvested the hair grafts one at a time using his FUE tool and created the recipient sites with precise angle. To view in depth of this client, please click on the following Youtube links. https://www.youtube.com/user/hairtransplantmd
  9. I had an FUT transplant on October 1, 2014 with Dr. Edmond Griffin who is recommended on this website. He is less known, and no one really talks about him on this website. My result was bad, and the way they handled the situation was terrible. They are blaming me for the poor result while it was obvious that it was their fault. [short story] 1) The doctor recommended me 1800 grafts (less than what I actually needed) during the consultation, and I decided to go for it. After a year, during arguments, he said he did less because he didn't want to burden me with a large number of grafts. It means he obviously knew I needed more grafts, but he didn't tell me, because it might just scare me away and not do the surgery. 2) I didn't like the idea of starting to take preventions right after the surgery. Because then, poor result could be covered by successful prevention medicine result. I told the doctor one of my choices would be to take preventions only for a year and see the full result of the medicine first and decide if I want the surgery. And my other choice would be to do the surgery without preventions to see the full result of the surgery first and start taking preventions. The doctor chose to do the surgery because of money. During one year post-op, he blamed me for not taking preventions, because he forgot what we discussed during the initial consultation. Even after I explained what actually happened, it was still only his main point of defense, because that is all he can do and he doesn't want to provide any compensation. 3) I noticed that I needed more grafts after looking at photos I took of myself for documentation. I asked them for 3000 grafts, but they said 3000 is too many, and they did 2400 grafts, which is still not enough, in the end. After the surgery the doctor said, "your head is larger than I thought. You must be smart." Nice excuse. 4) After reading forums on this website, I decided it was best to start taking prevention. And I started using minoxidil a month after the surgery. 5) Other than the new low density hairline, I didn't see any difference. I can't even tell the difference between my month 6 and month 12. I still have a dozen of ungrown thick transplanted hair on my crown. 6) During one year post-op, they gave me comb-over photo results! The assistant who took my photo results said he doesn't know which way to brush my hair to match my pre-op photo. He only talked about improvements first. They asked me if I am on prevention. I needed them to be truthful of my result, so I said no. Now they started to say that my result is poor and that is why I look almost as same as pre-op, which I also agree. The doctor didn't even touch my hair during the one year post-op, and he was so sure that the surgery went well, but I lost more hair because I didn't take any prevention. 7) I didn't criticize them at all during the one year post-op. I just agreed with them in person. I decided to argue with them by sending emails, because then I can get a hard-proof and they can't change what they said before. The doctor kept repeating it was my fault for not taking prevention and his surgery was successful. [before the consultation] I am 30 years old. My hair loss was very slow progression for around 5 years (maybe 10 years), so I didn't notice it at first. I only looked at myself in a mirror, and I only noticed my receding hairline at first. I did some research online, and I found this website. I looked at hundreds of photos, and it seemed around 1500-2000 grafts on my hairline will be enough for me. I looked at recommended physicians around my area and Dr. Edmond Griffin was recommended. There is almost no reviews about him on this website, but after reading his profile description on this website which talked good things about him, I decided to go with him. But it was a terrible mistake. [During the initial consultation] During the initial consultation, Dr. Edmond Griffin mentioned receding hairline and thinning on top. He recommended 1500-1800 grafts to lower my hairline and fill the front area for more density (which wasn't enough for me as other people on this website forum also agreed). I was expecting that much for my hair line and front area, too. Hearing that made me sure that my hair loss is not bad yet, and it is a starting stage. He made it sound like it wasn't bad either and I will be satisfied with 1500-1800 grafts. (One year later, he said in quote: "When deciding how many grafts you need: I do not want to burden a young patient like yourself with an unreasonably large number of grafts." So, he wasn't being truthful. He knew that number of grafts wasn't enough for me from the start). He also mentioned prevention medications. I was familiar with prevention medications from reading forum on this website. However, I didn't like the idea of both doing a surgery and taking prevention medications at that moment. Because the result of surgery might turn out to be bad and the result of prevention medication could cover it. So I told the doctor, I don't want to do both at the moment. One of my two choices was to take prevention medication only for a year, see its full result first, and decide later if I want a surgery or not. My other choice was to take a surgery without medications and see its full result first, and decide later if I want to take prevention medication. The doctor chose to do the surgery! (And one year later when the result came out bad, he told me it is my fault that I didn't take prevention medication. He even forgot I told him about my two choices during the consultation). My surgery day was scheduled to be 3 weeks later. It is usually 2 weeks for them. While filling out the consultation, I asked about the summer discount they were talking about on their website. They said the summer discount is until September 30th and it is depending on my surgery date, not the consultation date. And they scheduled me on October 1st (It wasn't even on 2nd or 3rd to make it less obvious...). [After the initial consultation] I decided to make a photo documentation like people do on this website, and I noticed that my hairloss wasn't minor (It was because I couldn't see my top and crown area on a mirror, and the doctor acted like it was minor). I went through photo results in this website and I thought I need around 3000 total to cover the top and crown area, too. So I called the clinic and said I want 3000 grafts instead. The clinic responded 3000 was too many but they will let the doctor know about it. During the surgery day, the doctor also said 3000 is too many (which was a lie. Because on the consultation paper, the maximum number they do is 3000 grafts, and the doctor obviously knew that his recommended number of grafts wasn't enough from the start). So I told the doctor to do as many as he can do to cover up the area, and he ended with 2400 grafts. The word from the doctor after the surgery was: "your head is larger than I thought. You must be smart." I don't know why the doctor even said that. That means, he expected less grafts required for me, but in reality, it wasn't enough for me. [Pricing] Their pricing is different. FUT costs $5 per a graft all the way until 3,000 grafts, which is the maximum amount they do, according to the consultation paper. And they add an additional base price depending on how much graft range you are having. For 1-1000 grafts, they add $2,500. $2,000 for 1100-1900 grafts. $1,500 for 2000-2900 grafts. $1,000 for 3000 max graft. After that, they add anesthedia fee, laboratory fee, and graft media fee which are $1,240 addtional fee. However, you can see he does 3,000 grafts or more sometimes from his photo results. It is a trick that they just made it seem like even 2,000 grafts are large amount. If you look at his website, this is the quote on their website: "The price for each individual hair restoration session ranges from $4,500-$12,000, depending on the needs of the patient." If you use math, it means their session ranges from 152 grafts to 1,752. That isn't a reasonable amount at all. Does that mean they even do 152 grafts? You can see that he is not being honest. https://www.griffincenter.com/faq/financial-scheduling-faqs/ Read Dr. Edmond Griffin's profile on this website: "His focus on patient care over marketing allows him to keep his fees surprisingly low. Given his excellent reputation and results, I believe he is one of the best values in United States." This is completely misleading description, and it should be changed. When I heard the price, I was like, "of course, there is hidden fees in the United States. From reading forum, it seems he used different pricing 7 years ago. But his total pricing isn't much different. His price is higher than the other respected surgeons on this website. http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/145535-dr-griffin-atl.html [Consulation Paper] And under the surgery fee sheet, they have these lists. Patient understands the following: 1) Hair loss is progressive and unpredictable. 2) Surgery does not prevent further hair loss, therefore preventative measures must be taken. 3) Multiple procedures maybe necessary for optimal fullness. 4) # Additional sessions may be needed for optimal fullness.They circled the number 2 on mine. So the paper says "2 additional sessions may be needed for optimal fullness." However this is a simple trick. They made this ambiguous on purpose. It didn't specify if I need 2 more at the moment or in the future after I lose more hair. They use it for either ways which benefit them. However, if you use it for both ways, that means it is just a tool to deceive. After complaining about my poor result, the doctor used this. He said there is number 2 circled on my paper. Dr. Edmond Griffin uses all those lists for excuses when the surgery turns out to be bad. He can just say, "look at this paper. It says addtional sessions may be needed." He can make excuses for recommending less grafts for additional surgeries, because he has a high base price for additional money. And when the surgery turns out to be bad, he can say, "hair loss is progressive and unpredictable. So you lost more of your natural hair." Waiting for the result was a long time. I frequently checked photos on this website to expect what kind of result I get. Then I read many forum posts and decided that it is best to start taking prevention. Because some doctors blamed on not taking prevention, so I didn't want any possible excuses. So I started using minoxidil after one month. [Week 1] The pain wasn't bad. I shampooed my hair gently. No swelling. After one week, the stitches are removed. [Week 3] The transplanted hair started to fall out. Around 40 percent of transplanted fell out. [month 1] Almost all transplanted hair had fallen out. Most of the transplanted hair that didn't fall out was in my crown area. I had a shock loss. I felt like I had less hair than before. [month 2] Nothing has changed much in appearance. Very little pain. Maybe shock loss has been stopped. I still have redness. Most of transplanted hair on my crown area didn't fall out at all. [month 3] I started to see a little growth on my hairline. The pain is almost gone. [month 4] I started to see more growth on my hairline, but I couldn't figure out if other parts have grown. At this stage, I have recovered from the shock loss and I look like myself before the surgery. The pain is gone, but I still have redness. [month 5] More growth on my hairline, but I can't still see growth on other areas. The redness is almost gone. [month 6] More growth on my hairline. Density on my hairline is still low, but I don't know if it is the final result for my hairline. I don't see new growth on other areas. I can still feel thick small transplanted grafts on my crown area. It didn't fall or grow at all. The redness is completely gone finally. [6.5 months post-op] I got a mail from the clinic to make a schedule for follow up check. I called them and told them during the follow up, I want to know the total graft number and where they have been placed in detail. The clinic said it will be only 5 minutes check up. And it was lietally 5 minutes check up! I told the doctor the hairline has been grown up, but there is still no sign of growth on my top and crown area. The doctor said the crown area will start growing slower than other area and he will do detailed follow up for one year follow up. [months 6 to one year] The result looks as same as month 6. I can still feel a dozen of thick small transplanted grafts on my crown area. By its look, less than half of transplanted hair has been grown. [One year post-op] The result was very poor, so I was wondering what would be their reaction. First, they took comparison photos and showed them to me. While preparing to take photos, their assistant said he doesn't know why the light is darker than before in the room. Later, when he was brushing my hair, he said he doesn't know which way to brush my hair to match my pre-op hairstyle. I was amazed that they really decided to go that way. They did the comb over and took result photos! And their acting was so stupid. I don't know how they think it would work. He doesn't know how to brush hair? Just wow... This already told me three things: 1) The result is poor. 2) They are trying to hide the poor result from me. 3) They are extremely stupid enough to think that I am stupid. One thing I asked him before getting result photos was a total graft number and their placement chart, so I will have better understanding of the result. But the assistant said he only has total graft number now and the doctor has placement chart. I got the total graft number and asked for the placement chart. He went out to get photo results and came back. He said Dr. Edmond Griffin doesn't have placement chart because he places grafts and decide how much it is needed on certain places during the surgery. It is obviously a lie, because this assistant assists during the actual surgery, and he should know exactly how he does. Plus, six months ago, they told me I am going to get those details during one year post-op. They just didn't want to show it to me because they were afraid that I will get a better understanding of the result. The assistant showed it to me and told me only good things about the result. This was expected after him showing me those photos. Then he asked me if I am on any prevention medicine. I have been using minoxidil for 11 months, but I needed them to tell the truth about the result being bad. Because if I say I was using minoxidil, they will continue saying the result is good. So I said I am not taking any prevention medicine at all. The assistant started talking about the importance of prevention medicine. Later, the doctor came in. He just glanced at my hair. He didn't touch my hair at all! He didn't say anything about the result. He kept taking about the importance of prevention medicine. I told them what I told them during the initial consultation that my plan was to take preventions after seeing the full result of the hair surgery. The doctor and the assistant both kept talking about they can't believe I didn't take any prevention medicine (the doctor even forgot what I told him during the initial consultation. If they couldn't believe it, why did they agree with that choice during the initial consultation? It is obviously because of money). However the doctor wasn't talking about my result. They were waiting for my reaction first. I am a very calm person, and I know what they are trying to accomplish. Finally, they asked me if I am satisfied with my result. I said no. Now they started telling me about the bad result. The doctor said because I didn't take any prevention medicine, there is almost no difference between my pre-op and post-op comparison. They asked me if I am going to start taking prevention now. That was one of my choices from the start. The doctor recommended me dutasteride. What? During the initial consultation, he recommended me finasteride and minoxidil. I said I am planning to take finasteride. Then, they talked about possible side effects of finasteride (they made it sound like it is not uncommon. But during the initial consultation, they made it sound like side effects are rare. Now the surgery is already over, they are talking like this?). The doctor said he is taking dutasteride himself (what? He said he was taking finasteride himself during the initial consultation). He also said his son took finasteride and got side effects. What a liar. Anyway, I got a prescription of finasteride. They asked me if I have other questions. I said no, and the doctor left. He didn't even touch my hair for evaluation, and he was so certain that his transplanted hairs grew, and I lost my native hair from not taking preventions. After the doctor left, I asked the assistant to check my crown. I told him I have a dozen of transplanted hair that hasn't fallen or grown at all, and I also told him I have some ingrown hair. The doctor didn't even touch my hair, so he had no idea about it. The assistant used numbing cream and fixed a few ingrown hair. He said I have several different lengths of hair on my crown like it is okay... obviously. I just acted like I am agreeing with them until I left the clinic, because my plan was to talk to them using email for the hard proofs. I told them everything on emails how much I know about this incident. The assistant and the doctor just kept making excuses that it was my fault and not even making counterargument for most points that I have made.
  10. Black woman hair loss restored by Dr. Diep with 1 year follow up after over 3,000 hair grafts transplanted in the frontal and both corners and temples/sides. To view more in detail on this client, please click on the following video links below: https://www.youtube.com/user/hairtransplantmd
  11. Hello everyone I got My HT done in May 2014 from a doctor in India. I cannot disclose further details since I am not too happy with the result and consulting the doc currently regarding it. The doctor charged for 2500 grafts and said that they would place 100-200 grafts extra at no additional cost. Unfortunately they said they dont allow counting of grafts and nor gave any proper break up of grafts placed. Though I didnt think much about it since I knew 2-3 people through a friend who got a ht done through the doctor with good results and the doctor also has some famous person in his clientele and he looked very genuine in dealing. Sadly I do not have very good preop pictures. I have tried to upload what I had. I would be very thanful to members if they can answer the following queries so that it would help Me access My result and plan future course of action. I am using Minoxidil but never took finasteride. The grafts were placed at frontal hairline, sides and the crown. 1.) Is it possible from the images to tell if 2500 grafts were placed by the doctor? 2.) According to you how has been the yield quality and how many grafts have actually grown from the ones transplanted? 3.) I am experiencing massive shedding these days. Is it possible that I may get some regrowth also or I should stop waiting for regrowth and consider another HT? I asked the doctor that 2500 looked a bigger number for the area transplanted and he said that I have very light hair thus requiring more grafts which might be true as all My life I have been told by hairdressers that I have light hair. The doctor said he placed 300-400 grafts in the crown. I dont know if it is the correct way. I have uploaded images on Imgur. Before Ht- Before Ht - Album on Imgur Graft placement- Graft placement - Album on Imgur 13month after ht- 13 month after ht - Album on Imgur
  12. FUE hair transplant surgery result by Dr. Diep after 2,566 hair grafts. He currently does not take any medication. 2,566 hair grafts breakdown: 1's: 668 grafts 2's: 1,092 grafts 3's: 502 grafts 4's: 304 grafts
  13. Hair transplant result of 2,082 hair grafts with 1 year follow up on a transgender woman to create a feminine woman hairline by Dr. Diep. 2,082 hair grafts: 1's: 696 hair grafts 2's: 1,023 hair grafts 3's: 281 hair grafts 4's: 82 hair grafts
  14. FUE hair transplant restoration surgery result of 1,798 hair grafts by Dr. Diep after 9 months follow up. 1,798 FUE Hair Grafts: 1's: 435 grafts 2's: 824 grafts 3's: 331 grafts 4's: 208 grafts To view more video of this client, please look at the following: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZEpFGxIrL8
  15. Excellent FUE hair transplant result 1 year after 2,098 hair grafts by Dr. Diep. The hair result is very natural and dense, with perfectly aligned hair angle. 2,098 hair grafts break down: 1's: 499 hair grafts 2's: 1,306 hair grafts 3's: 192 hair grafts 4's: 101 hair grafts To view more of Dr. Diep work of art on this client, please click on the following youtube link: http://youtu.be/ocUYk7xXogw
  16. Hair Transplant surgery result on Caucasian man after 4,051 grafts by Dr. Diep on Norwood 6. 4,051 hair grafts break down: 1's= 1,065 2's= 2,289 3's= 503 4's= 194 To view more in detail of Dr. Diep work of art on this client, please click on the following links: http://youtu.be/S9knW2TbEAs 1 Year Post Op Hair Restoration Before After Pictures by Dr. Diep at www.mhtaclinic.com - YouTube http://youtu.be/jakiv69raVk
  17. Excellent hair transplant result on Asian man with Norwood 3 hair loss of 1 year follow up after 1,896 grafts transplanted into the frontal area by Dr. Diep. The hairline is very natural and dense. 1,896 Grafts: 1's: 592 grafts 2's: 905 grafts 3's: 354 grafts 4's: 45 grafts
  18. This Caucasian man had his hairline restored, filling from the frontal toward the back with 3,557 hair grafts. This photos and videos were filmed 1 year after surgery by Dr. Diep in California. 1s= 1,136 grafts 2s= 2,059 grafts 3s= 318 grafts 4s= 44 grafts To view more in depth of his hair result live, please click and view all the videos below: Receding Hairline Caucasian - YouTube http://youtu.be/ql_ai5p8XjA'>http://youtu.be/ql_ai5p8XjA http://youtu.be/ql_ai5p8XjA http://youtu.be/0tR0VJpbB_w http://youtu.be/c86dEbamsJk http://youtu.be/pmdFLz00uoI http://youtu.be/4sylYN4DK2U
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