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  1. Hello everyone, My name is Matt and i am new to this forum. I've been losing hair for 4 years and i decided to go something about it, so i decided to go to turkey in order to do the surgery, however I literally have no idea about this industry. I made some research online but i was hoping to get some valuable feedback from the people that are quite involved in Hair Transplant. So, i got few questions and i hope that you would help me out understand those points. I am interested in FUE technology for the surgery 1) What's the most important step of the surgery (incisions, extraction, or implementation) ? Because as i contact several clinic each one of them provide a different package. Some of them mentioned that the doctor would do the incision and the transplant while others mentioned other packages. So i want to know which is important and should be preformed by the doctor ? 2) Which one is more efficient Micro motor FUE or Manual FUE ? And which one does the minimum amount of recognisable scars 3) I contacted several doctors in turkey and would really appreciate it if you can provide me with some review or feedback on the ones that you know or had a previous experience with. A) Dr Aslan Musbeh which suggested 2800-3300 grafts. B) Dr Erkan Demisoy which suggested 3500-4000 grafts. C) Dr Tayfun Oguzoglu which sounded really impressive and knowledgeable which suggested 3600 grafts. D) Dr Resul Yaman which also sounded impressive with the tool that he invented which suggested 3700 grafts. E) Dr Ali Karadeniz which suggested 5000 grafts however he would only be doing the incision only and supervising the rest. 4) What should i consider when picking one of the well reputed doctors that are mentioned above ? Lastly, Appreciate you reading this thread and providing the help
  2. Hi Guys , I am contemplating a hair transplant in Turkey and I should be extremely grateful to you for your honest and preferred choices to make an informed decision as I have been reading conflicting views on some surgeons. Thank you in advance for your time and concern
  3. Hello everyone, Hope you can help - so after a year of doing my research on FUE procedures in Turkey was almost certain that I was going to go with Dr Koray Erdogan at Asmed Clinic. However, due to recent reviews on this clinic am now no longer convinced. Not really sure what's happened here, as I once struggled to find any bad reviews on this clinic up until recently. My guess would be that due to the growing popularity in this clinic, that they have now dropped their standards, which is a real shame. Anyway I am now back at square one, and am looking for recommendations of who are the top surgeons are in Turkey with consistent results, just like the results of Dr Koray used to be. And I only hope that Dr Koray is reading all the negative reviews out there (including this), with the view of bringing back that gold standard that we all once knew. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Kind Regards, Matthew (UK)
  4. This forum has been very helpful, here is my review so that it may help/guide others. Background I am in my mid thirties based in North America with hair loss starting since I was 25, but it really accelerated in the past 6 months. I also suffer from seborrheic dermatitis which I have had trouble controlling with shampoos. As I lost hair, the dermatitis has become more apparent and that is what got me looking into hair transplant more seriously. I had never really thought about it much before that. My family has a Norwood 6 history and that is where I was heading. So, it was crucial I found someone that would both address the current hair loss and have a plan for future hair loss. Therefore, I needed to understand my donor capacity, total recipient area and a realistic understanding of what to expect from a hair transplant present and future if I choose. I started researching limiting myself to North America as I wanted to be close for post-care treatment. And due to price, not fully understanding fue and not having to shave my head, I limited myself to FUT only at the start. After further research, I realized how advanced FUE has become and I refocused my attention to only looking at FUE. It was a big bonus not to have a scar and have the option to wear my hair short in the future. Due to the price of FUE in North America, I started to consider Europe and Turkey as well. I quickly realized how advanced Turkey was in FUE. I got a total of 18 consultations/proposals, around the world, 3 of which were directly in person with the Doctor. All the responses suggested 3000-4000 grafts with pricing ranging from 2,000$-18,000$ and one was even 30,000$. My issue with every one of these proposals is when I asked about donor capacity, required grafts/cm2 for good coverage, manual vs motorized extraction, max number of grafts per session and many more, I got many conflicting non-scientific answers. It started to feel like an art and not a science which doesn’t sit well with me. I resorted to my own research on a lot of it and got some of the answers but not all. I will not get into any of that here. Then I found Dr. Erdogan. I had read about him on the forums but did not like that he was a technician clinic. But after I researched him, his method and his work, I was impressed. I watched his presentation on coverage value as a function of density, caliber and number of hairs per graft. I was sold. Finally someone with a scientific approach and a coverage value based on research and evidence. I watched all Dr Erdogan’s videos, devoured his website and before/after results on Baldtruthtalk, Hairrestorationnetwork and other forums. My decision was made before the online consultation. I filled the consultation form, received an answer back fairly quickly within a week saying that they recommend 5000 grafts. I was expecting that as I realized from the forums that they are of the mentality if you are above 3000 and you have both donor capacity and current/future hair loss area. And I agree. The maximum you can do per session is typically 2500 grafts. So for two days in a row, it would be 5000 grafts. I booked for December. I asked questions periodically from then on and received answers in a timely fashion. My main concern with the 5000 grafts was to make sure I had enough donor capacity to allow some for future in case. They assured me that an assessment of donor capacity will be done at the in-person consultation with Dr Erdogan and the number of grafts could potentially be reduced accordingly. They recommended I start on finasteride, and I started taking it in September. The Arrival My patient coordinator was Artun York and he was great answering questions and making suggestions for things to do during my stay. I arrived on a Sunday and Artun coordinated with me through WhatsApp for the driver to meet me at the airport and take me to the hotel. Smooth. The in-person Consultation The in-person consultation was on Monday and I was asked to be ready in the hotel lobby at 1230 where a driver met me and took me to the clinic lobby. Artun met me there and went over some paperwork procedures, what to expect etc. And of course, I drained him with my questions, but he was very patient and very helpful. If you get Artun as your coordinator, you are in good hands. Then we went to a room where I was asked to take my shirt off so they can take an ECG and bloodwork. Then before pictures. Then some paperwork. It took a while to meet Dr. Erdogan and they should probably time patients visit to wait less at the clinic. Nonetheless, it was a very nicely designed clinic with two girls playing violin and piano in the lobby with a snack/juice bar. Everyone was very friendly and welcoming. I can see that being draining on a consistent basis for the employees, so I commend them on such a hospitable consistent attitude. When I met Dr. Erdogan, he was very humble and professional. He was happy with the progress using finasteride. After some small talk, he measured my hair caliber (55 microns), my hair density (between 70-80 grafts/cm2) and estimated the average number of hairs per graft (1.95). Based on that, he came up with a donor capacity of 8500 grafts, which was great. He also explained that I will get more density up front where I lost more hair and then it will reduce as he moves back. The max density he would go based on experience is 52 grafts/cm2, which would give a coverage value in my case above the 5.4 threshold. Just to side track for a minute, I had an in-person consultation with one of the most reputable hair transplant surgeons in North America and he measure my hair caliber at 40 microns. He did not measure any densities or anything else and then determined I had a donor capacity of 5000 grafts. When I asked him how he came up with that number he looked at my donor area and said, “I can tell by look at it.” That was insulting to me. When I mentioned this to Dr. Erdogan, he told me that he measured the caliber in numerous locations, so he was certain. Dr Erdogan then began to draw the hair line. When I looked in the mirror, I noticed it was aggressive and slightly pointy at the front. He asked me what I thought, I said he was the expert and I liked his work so I didn’t change anything. I asked everyone in the room and they liked it as well. Then we went to the finance office where I paid the remaining amount owed. We then went to get my head shaved. That was cool- never done it before. Then I went back to the photo room where Dr. Erdogan met me again and checked the hairline and adjusted it slightly based on my shaved head. He was always very friendly. Then I went to the K bot that scanned my head to take more data. I met Dr. Umat too (the anesthesiologist) throughout this process who was a cool guy with an interesting sense of humor and very sharp as well. The seborrheic dermatitis at the time was mostly under control but there were still some red spots that they put some cream on to take care of. Have dinner at Develi, they have a shuttle to and from the hotel. Or Beluga if you like fish. Both great restaurants and decently priced. Don’t worry about the lines drawn on your head, people are used to that in Turkey, or at least I assumed they were. Who cares, you don’t know anyone anyways. Surgery Day I had breakfast at 630am, then the driver picked me up to go for surgery at 710am. Took the required antibiotic pill which we were to take fore 3 mornings in a row. First, we went to the barber room where my nurse shaved my head again to make sure its all the same required level. Then I headed to the surgery room and met all the nurses. The surgery chair is very comfortable. The first part is the anesthesiology where they poke needles into the donor area to number it. It stings and they do this numerous time to numb the one side of the donor area for day 1 surgery. Day 2 surgery they numb the other side. They measure your heart rate throughout the procedure and blood pressure at the beginning. An IV is put into your hand for the incision phase/ Then they gave me a chin rest as extractions are done in the sitting position. It was not very comfortable for me but manageable. They have a screen in front of you showing live the number of grafts, number of hairs per graft, speed etc. Loved it, it was like watching an NBA game where it was singles vs doubles vs triples and of course I was routing for the triples. Keep in mind they need a fair number of singles on the first day to cover the front hair line and on the second day you will see a slightly higher hairs/graft. I also kept busy on Netflix on the ipad they provided. Phones are not allowed in the surgery room. I was hoping to have a few conference calls in there for work, didn’t work out. Extractions took about 3.5 hours. Then we had a break for lunch. Food was decent, but I wasn’t hungry after the big buffet breakfast at the hotel. Then I went back in and it was incision time. I was injected with IV which made me drowsy. Dr. Erdogan walked in and started to make the incisions. I fell asleep in the middle and woke up finding them already in the middle of implanting the extracted grafts. It was a long day that ended around 6pm. Then they bandage you up and Dr. Erdogan checks to make sure it all looks good. They give you a neck pillow to sleep on, which I don’t recommend you use. Bring your own memory foam neck pillow, wish I did. The next day, same routine. They washed our hair in the morning and shaved the head again to make sure it’s all the same level. The procedure was the same drill. I had dinner at the hotel that night. Post-op Day 1- The night wasn’t bad, uncomfortable of course as it’s hard to sleep in your back with the neck pillow. The next morning the driver picked me (and others) up after breakfast for the wash. At this point they teach us how to wash and do it for us the first time. I was there for 2 more days and they were kind enough to let me come in in the mornings to get my hair washed. They found some oozing in my graft area which was explained as some residual anesthetic oozing out of my skin. To be on the safe side they gave me more antibiotics. I was fairly comfortable from pain perspective that day. Day 2- I woke up in the morning and found due to the neck pillow, the fluids in the back of my head moved up and formed a big ball at the back of my head. When I stood up it all settled down. Weird feeling. I started to get some pain in the donor area on this day, but assumed it was normal with the number of holes I had in my head (10,000- 5000/5000 recipient/donor). I took painkillers, that helped only a bit. Day 3- I was very uncomfortable in the donor area and asked the clinic about it. They checked the donor area and said it looked normal and gave me a stronger painkiller. I slept on the flight back but woke up in a lot of pain. Day 4- My donor area was swollen, and the pain was not bearable. That night, I had so much pain, I slept like 1.5 hours and was pacing the hallways at night not knowing what it was. The back of my head in the donor area is where it hurt, and it was swollen. Texted Artun asking about it. He asked for pics and talked to the doctor. The doctor reviewed it and said, it looks normal, it will pass in a few days. I called a doctor friend of mine who came over and looked at it. He also said no sign of infection, but that my nerves are finding their way back. I researched the internet and found that although that happens, it is not that painful. He then examined me further and found my neck, traps and upper back were very tight creating a lot of tension in the donor area. I got it massaged and holy shit, what a relief. The nerve ending sensitivity exacerbated the tension in the donor area significantly. The pain after that massage to loosen the muscles went from an 8 to a 2. It was still tingling and uncomfortable to sleep on, but bearable pain. Hot showers and massage helped. Also, i tried to keep my feet off the ground as those nerve endings triggered pain at the bag of my head donor area. Post op responses take a bit longer than I would like. Day 5- The pain came back, but then I got a massage again and it got better again. Donor area still sensitive. Day 6- The pain started to get slightly better. Donor area still sensitive. Day 7- The pain started to get a lot better. Donor area still sensitive, which is normal and okay. Sensitive to cold. Summary: Mid thirties Heading to a Norwood 6 based on balding pattern and family history Donor capacity: 8500 grafts Caliber 55 microns Donor density: 70-80 grafts/cm2. Recipient grafts: 5020 Av number of hairs per grafts: 1.96 Overall experience at the clinic: 9.5/10
  5. 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. Resul Yaman of Istanbul, Turkey on the Hair Transplant Network. At this time, Dr. Yaman is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here. Dr. Resul Yaman has over 6 years experience and performs hair transplant surgery exclusively at his clinic in Turkey. Dr. Yaman specializes in follicular unit extraction (FUE), eyebrow transplantation, hair transplant repair procedures, beard transplantation and scar repair. His consultations are performed directly by the physician and they're free. Dr. Yaman's FUE procedure is minimally invasive and very hands on. Dr. Resul Yaman uses a slowly rotating modified micro motor FUE device with punch sizes ranging between .7mm and .9mm. Dr. Yaman performs all the extractions and makes all of the incisions himself. His dedicated staff averaging 5 years of experience gently place follicular units into tiny recipient sites. Dr. Resul Yaman has the staff and ability to perform over 3000 follicular unit grafts via FUE and densely packs up to 50 FU/cm2 (follicular units per centimeter squared) using single haired grafts when appropriate for the patient. His procedure is done in 4 distinct phases in order to minimize the time that grafts are outside of the body. For a session of 4000 grafts for example, 1000 grafts would be harvested at a time and then implanted. This process is repeated 3 additional times. In order to reconstruct a natural looking hairline, Dr. Yaman uses single haired grafts for the first two rows of the hairline and then uses double haired and triple haired grafts further back in order to maximize the appearance of density. Dr. Resul Yaman is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) and the Turkish Medical Association. Given Dr. Yaman'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. Yaman has presented several examples of his procedure and recent results on this forum. Some of Dr. Yaman's Recent Patient and Surgical photos can be found below: 4600 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 4050 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 4120 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 3950 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 4220 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 4650 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 3850 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 1710 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 3200 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Yaman 2700 Grafts via FUE Scar Repair with Dr. Yaman I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation. To view our standards for recommendation, click here.
  6. Good afternoon, I am going to put all the evolution with the clinic of Dr. Serkan Aygin, from the first contact until the year of the operation, step by step. Everything I've read in this forum has helped me a lot and I want to do my bit. I'm a kid from Seville who just gave me a reservation to fly to Turkey on June 24, 2018. I'm recommended by someone else (who coincidentally found me in a hairdresser, the issue of the transplant came up and he told me that he had gone to this clinic 7 -8 months before and I was very happy, the truth is that I had very good hair). I contacted the clinic directly (April 14) and at 2 days (April 16) I received an e-mail from a certain Antonio Clinic giving me the instructions and the price offered by € 2,990 for flights from Malaga, Valencia and Barcelona, ​​3 nights stay in Istanbul in a 4 * hotel (with a € 500 supplement for 5 *) and another € 500 supplement for the accompanying person, and a transfer within Istanbul. Antonio told me that I should send photos of the front, side, back and top of the head so that Dr. can see if my case is operable and how many Ufs thinks it is necessary, comment that it will take between 15-20 days to analyze my case (I sent it on April 17). On May 2, I went back to write to Antonio to see if he could put pressure on Dr. since I had to talk to my work to take my vacation so I could have an operation. On May 3, Antonio answers me with the opinion of Dr. and that he estimates that I will get about 3,800 UFs and in the crown area an indeterminate number to assess "in situ". Once at this point Antonio told me that he should contact another person, Danielle, from Aratravel (the agency that carries all the flights, transfer and agenda of Dr. Aygin) ... I told Antonio that he preferred to contract directly with the clinic and that I took care of my planes, hotel, transfer ... but he told me that it was not possible, that everything is packaged and it is not possible. On May 3 I wrote (via whatsapp) to Danielle and asked her for dates. On May 5, he replied that there is availability and that I must send him my information (name, ID, address, flight departure date, departure airport, etc ...), I send it to him and today, May 8, he replies that I have Place reserved for June 24 (which is when I requested) to fly from Malaga. Danielle told me that in 2 days she will send my contract for the operation and flight schedules to my e-mail. For now that's all, I will continue to inform you. I ordered whatsapp and he tells me that I have an e-mail with the contract already, I had 7 days to send the signed contract and the money (€ 450), the rest is paid in cash at the clinic. Please find below a link of my evolution from May 2017 till June 2018 taking Minoxidil and Finasteride http://imgur.com/a/iT6Fdjs In 5 days I'm taking my plane to Istambul for my hair transplant
  7. These are after 1 year results from a 3215 grafts case. Please note that picture qualities may vary since they are from the patient. I used Implanter Pen technique in this operation. With this technique patient's recovery is faster and the result is natural. Graft Details: Single —————600 Double ————1700 Tripple—————915 TOTAL ———-—3215 ***Our price includes after care medicines, shampoo, accommodation , meals, transportation in the city (not the flight ticket) that our patients can feel more comfortable during their operation times in our clinic. You can learn more about the prices: PRICE | AHD Clinic | Hair Transplant FOR FREE CONSULTATION: CONSULTATION | AHD Clinic | Hair Transplant CONTACT: info@hakandoganayfue.com Our Latest posts: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/187606-dr-hakan-doganay-3000-grafts-fue-implanter-pen.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/187550-dr-hakan-doganay-5150-grafts-fue-implanter-pen.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/187287-dr-hakan-doganay-2500-grafts-10-months-implanter-pen-fue.html'>http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/187287-dr-hakan-doganay-2500-grafts-10-months-implanter-pen-fue.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/187287-dr-hakan-doganay-2500-grafts-10-months-implanter-pen-fue.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/186890-dr-hakan-doganay-3322-grafts-1-year-fue-implanter-pen.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/186749-dr-hakan-doganay-3285-grafts-12-months-fue-implanter-pen.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/187153-dr-hakan-doganay-5435-grafts-5-months-implanter-pen-fue.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/186648-dr-hakan-doganay-2000-grafts-fue-implanter-pe.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/186411-dr-hakan-doganay-2020-grafts-9-months-fue-implanter-pen.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/183193-dr-hakan-doganay-5630-grafts-18-months-fue-implanter-pen.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/185485-dr-hakan-doganay-3175-grafts-fue-implanter-pen.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/186303-dr-hakan-doganay-3680-grafts-fue-implanter-pen.html http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/185238-dr-hakan-doganay-2398-grafts-fue-implanter-pen.html BEFORE AFTER 1 YEAR
  8. Hi, I'm considering going to Longevita for my FUE procedure. All of their social media channels only show guys who have literally just had the procedure but what I would like to see/hear from is anyone who has had it done and what the results are like? Their website shows some before and after pictures but I'm sceptical and would rather see a real example/story.
  9. My name is Barrette 41 years old. After my divorce a year ago, I was in a very bad depressed mode and I was seeking a change; my self confidence was at its lowest level at that time and I was acting like a high school geek when it comes to date women. I grew old and I know that 41 can never be 27 anymore; yet, we are in 21st century and everything now is possible and achievable (almost everything, we still can’t cure cancer nor understand how Trump made it into the White House; or even know what lies beneath the divorce of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt). Anyways, back to me now, I’ve always hated losing my hair and always trying to find a solution for that: I came across traditional treatments with some kind of herbs, some medications and injections, and hair transplant. Moreover and in regard to hair transplant, a new technique I didn’t know which has been there for a while, which is Micro FUE; and as after my divorce I can finally find time for myself, I decided to go for it. In Australia, I couldn’t find a reliable clinic or hospital that can provide that, so I consulted Uncle Google and all the search results it showed were mainly in Turkey about clinics or health centres or hospitals or sometimes just call centres play as the intermediate between the hair transplant specialist and clients. I got so confused because of the amount of results I found with no reliable third party that can give a quality assurance review on each hair transplant centre or clinic or whatever it is. I needed to read some reviews or comments, or see some results so upon which I can at least narrow my search results. I checked forums, websites and social media and I found that people are mostly talking about Adem & Havva medical centre, Dr. Serkan Aygan Clinic and Asmed medical center, so I checked them and called them. First, I wasn’t quite sure how I can decide which one to choose as all have shown good results and people were grateful; until I got to know that what distinguishes Adem and Havva is that the hair transplant specialist participates in and monitors the operations. My second concern was the travel itself to Turkey after all what we are hearing from news. With phone calling, mailing and WhatsApp’ing within two months back and forth with the marketing manager of Adem and Havva’s; thus, I made an appointment and travelled to Istanbul after I agreed upon a whole treatment package with hotel accommodation and transportation and other things such as blood tests and Plasma injections. They welcomed me at the airport and I didn’t find any problems on arrival; I was lucky that my hotel was very close to the hospital (yes it is hospital not just a place that does hair transplantation which made me more comfortable). The staff was really really warmly welcoming me –sometimes, it was a little bit too much, but to be honest it was better than not being welcomed! Mrs. Safiye (the hair transplant specialist) met me at her office and diagnosed my hair, drew some lines and wrote down the treatment plan. Then, they took a blood sample and made some tests, and prepared the PRP something injection to be injected later after finishing the operation. Afterwards, I have got my hair shaved by a nurse, been prepared for the operation, locally my back side of my head (the donor area) got numbed, and they started harvesting grafts from there. This first phase took about 2 hours and it went smoothly. Mrs. Safiye then came for phase two and started opening hair channels in my desired-to-be transplanted area (which was front head) for about one hour and a half. Lastly, the harvested hair grafts were transplanted under the monitoring of Mrs. Safiye for about 3 hours. The next day, I went back for bandage change and the day after for washing my head –they taught me how to do it as it is not as the normal washing daily way. All in all, I would say it was a positive experience and it’s been a month now; and at least I can say now that from what I am noticing on my head, they did it professionally. Now excited, can’t wiat for the final results but I am aware that it will take about 6 months at least. I will keep you posted with my progress. Thanks a lot for spending time reading about my experience.
  10. 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 would appreciate your input regarding the potential recommendation of Dr. Ali Emre Karadeniz of Istanbul, Turkey. At this time, Dr. Karadeniz is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here Dr. Ali Emre Karadeniz has over 4 years of experience and performs exclusive hair transplant surgery at his own clinic in Istanbul, Turkey. He has the staff and experience to perform large sessions exceeding 3000 grafts and dense pack over 50 FU/cm2 when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Karadeniz specializes in FUT/Strip, FUE, BHT (Body Hair Transplantation), Beard Transplants, Eyebrow Restoration and Hair Transplant / Scar Repairs. He also provides prescriptions for Propecia, Rogaine and free consultations. Dr. Karadeniz loves to share his philosophy and opinions with his colleagues and patients and looks forward to being able to discuss real hair restoration issues with members of this community. Dr. Karadeniz graduated from Istanbul University Istanbul Medical Facility and performed his residency at Kocaeli University Medical Faculty Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He is also a member of the ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery). Dr. Ali Emre Karadeniz uses all the latest minimally invasive techniques and tools including microscopic dissection, the trichophytic closure, tiny punches and tools as small as .6mm when appropriate, etc. He. only uses single haired follicular units in the hairline areas to re-create the most natural looking appearance. Dr. Karadeniz harvests the follicles and makes all the recipient incisions and his full time staff of technicians averaging 8 years of experience implant the follicular units into tiny recipient sites. Dr. Karadeniz performs motorized FUE using punches ranging between 0.8mm and 0.9mm depending on the patient. Follicular units are stored in a saline solution and then implanted manually using forceps by his experienced technicians when ready. Dr. Karadeniz sees FUE as an adjunct to FUT/strip and feels that FUE comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Thus, Dr. Karadeniz limits FUE to only a select group of patients that he feels are appropriate candidates and often combines FUT/strip with FUE in order to maximize the quantity of hair that can be moved during a single or multiple procedures. Given Dr. Karadeniz's experience and commitment to high quality follicular unit hair transplantation via Strip and FUE, I believe that he should be considered for recommendation. See our standards for recommendation. View some of his patient and surgical photos below: 3120 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Karadeniz 3650 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Karadeniz 3027 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Karadeniz 2500 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Karadeniz 2950 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Karadeniz 2701 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Karadeniz 3242 Grafta Strip and FUE Combo with Dr. Karadeniz 2710 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Karadeniz 4960 Grafts Strip and FUE Combo with Dr. Karadeniz 4525 Grafts Strip and FUE Combo with Dr. Karadeniz 2125 Grafts via Strip Female Patient with Dr. Karadeniz 800 Grafts Eyebrow Restoration with Dr. Karadeniz Dr. Karadeniz Thoughts on Hair Transplants in Turkey Patient Posted Case - 2862 Grafts Strip and FUE Combo Repair Case with Dr. Karadeniz I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation.
  11. Ok so I saw "GetFue" on Facebook a few months ago and been in contact with Kristina via email and did google the place and saw people's results and was happy with what I was seeing. For the last 12 months I have been wearing a hair piece and it made me even more self conscious to a degree I wouldn't go out with friends. So I thought a transplant is the best way to go about it. After emailing Kristina we were ready to sort out a booking when I noticed they required a blood test and I had to tell her I only found out I caught HIV 3 years ago due to a bad operation I had when I was a child but was classed as undetectable. I was dreading her next email as I had a feeling she would say no sorry or I wouldn't hear off her again I got the email and I was correct she did say that "getfue" haven't got the right equipment to deal with people in my situation but that BHT have a new hospital that will take me on and I emailed her saying yes I know it was bad I didn't even want to ask any questions I was desperate to get this done. Anyway she said they had an app Jan 28th I took it and booked my flight and I got a email off BHT and I googled the company and I got bad reviews and I was so nervous and worried and was even going to cancel. But I had this gut feeling these bad reviews expected to come out looking like Rapunzel. Anyway I arrived in turkey after an amazing flight on Turkish Airlines and I was alone as everyone was so worried for me I was picked up in a lovely posh car with water and sweets. The journey took over an hour in the car as I was staying in the Asia area. We got to the hotel (Ramada Asia) and the staff were amazing and catered for all my needs they even got my a dominoes pizza when I arrived. Anyway that evening I met with Oguz who was looking after me during my stay. He got me Turkish tea which was lovey and gave me lots of information and put me at ease. He was a nice guy and said I could contact him any time of day! The next day was surgery day and it was only 1 minute walk from the hotel. The surgery took place at "Newest plastik surgery Istanbul" it was clean, moden, and I felt a relief I wasn't in a backend room. They gave me a drink and I was so nervous at this point. I met the 2 people who were performing my treatment and was relieved they spoke English. So they shaved my head. And it was time for the anestetic. And I have to say nothing in the world could of prepared me for the pain and agony those needles are I actually thought I was going to pas out. Was the worse pain I have ever experienced in my life. After 30 minutes I didn't feel a thing and they started to harvest the back hairs got to say the sounds you hear in your head are not pleasant at all. Then we had a break and I had a lovey lunch prepared for me. Then it was time for my hairline. And that awful anestetic again. It was worse than the first time around. I wanted to just forget it and walk out lol but I got thru it in the end. . It's very personal and invasive surgery but I just switched off. They started to plant my hair and I just watched the tv they had on with music. They did ask me if I wanted to change channel I said no it was taking my mid off it even though I never understood a single word they were singing. We had another break for Turkish tea and cake and to give me a breather. The they finished off my hair. And I was amazed I loved it it was the worse 7 hours of my life but it was so worth it. I had my hairline back. They went over my medication and what to do for the next few weeks and months and gave me a instruction sheet to take home with all my shampoos and meds and a pillow. I got back to my hotel and I passed out asleep as I was in so much pain I woke up the next day pillows full of blood. I got dressed and had breakfast and a car picked me up to take back to the airport Now I'm home and about to do my first hair wash I'm really happy so far. Will post pictures with my progress. If anyone needs phone numbers and email details then message me. Cost me €2900 for 3000 grafts , hotel, airport pick up, food, operation , aftercare
  12. I had hair transplantation operation last year and im happy with my new hairs. It was cheap and successful operation. If someone have question or need help you can ask me (contact information removed by moderator)
  13. 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 would appreciate your input regarding the potential recommendation of Dr. Koray Erdogan of Istanbul, Turkey. At this time, Dr. Erdogan is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here. However, given his dedication to ultra refined follicular unit extraction, in time, I believe we should consider him for the Coalition. Over the last few months, Dr. Koray Erdogan has garnered a lot of popularity and visibility on this forum thanks to several of his patients sharing their experiences and results. After several exchanges with Dr. Erdogan and viewing many examples of his work, I can see why he's become so popular. Dr. Koray Erdogan has been performing hair transplant surgery since 2000 and has been performing follicular unit extraction (FUE) exclusively at his clinic since 2007. He has the skill, experience and staff to perform over 2400 follicular units in a single day and operates on only one or two patients daily depending on the size of the session. Dr. Erdogan has the ability to dense up to 55 FU/cm2 when appropriate for the patient although, this kind of density is rarely required. Dr. Erdogan uses a manual punch crafted by Ellis Instruments ranging from .6mm to .9mm in size when appropriate for the patient. This enables him to reduce scarring and trauma to th scalp. Dr. Erdogan feels that advantages of manual extraciton include undetectable scarring, high yield and low transection. Dr. Koray Erdogan carefully creates all recipient incisions by hand using tiny blades as small as .7mm. Each incision is 0.1mm larger than the size of each graft which he feels enables him to adapt his plan according to graft quality. Dr. Erdogan temporarily stores the harvested follicular units in a hypotonic solution for no more than 3 hours. Each graft is then carefully inserted into the recipient area by his skilled technicians under Dr. Erdogan's direct supervision. Dr. Erdogan is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS), the Turkish Medical Association, the Italian Society for Hair Restoraiton (ISHR) and the European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ESHRS). Given Dr. Koray Erdogan's experience and commitment to high quality follicular unit hair transplantation via FUE, I believe that he should be considered for recommendation. See our standards for recommendation. View some of his patient and surgical photos below: 4312 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Erdogan 3167 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Erdogan 3050 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Erdogan in 2 Sessions 4014 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Erdogan - 6 Month Update 1950 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Erdogan 2200 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Erdogan (Repair) 1800 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Erdogan 3123 Grafts via FUE with Dr. Erdogan 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.
  14. Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum but have been reading quite a bit but still don't have a very clear picture to answer my question. I'm a Norwood III vertex, so won't need all that many grafts I guess (see the attachment). And want to take care of this little problem now and I assume Turkey would be the good place to use it as they do this operation a lot and prices are better than rest of Europe. Who would be the top surgeon to use in Turkey (Istanbul?). Everyone seem to point out their "top man" but some of you more experienced might give me a "short list" to work on? Thanks! K
  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 garnering private input from physicians currently recommended by our community and feedback from patients and forum members. To learn more about this review process, click here. We would appreciate your input regarding the potential recommendation of Dr. Kyriakos Maras of HDC in Cyprus. At this time, Dr. Maras is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here Dr. Maras was previously considered and presented for potential recommendation back in 2012. However, due to concerns regarding photo quality and involvement with a clinic we had concerns about, we chose not to approve him for recommendation. However, after clarifying the issue regarding his involvement with another clinic/physician and seeing several additional examples of his results, I believe all of these issues have now been resolved. Dr. Maras performs state of the art FUT via strip excision and FUE exclusively and is the medical director and leading hair restoration physician at HDC in Cyprus. He performs exclusive hair transplant surgery and has the staff and experience to perform large sessions of ultra refined follicular unit hair transplantation exceeding 3000 grafts when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Maras uses only the most advanced, cutting edge hair restoration techniques and has received a number of glowing accolades online for presenting impressive looking results. To learn more about Dr. Maras, his technique, experience and to view previously posted examples of his results, visit the former Potential Recommendation of Dr. Kyriakos Maras forum topic. This includes several examples of results Dr. Maras has previously posted. Given Dr. Maras's experience and commitment to high quality FUT via strip excision and FUE, I believe that he should be reconsidered for recommendation. See our standards for recommendation. View some of his patient and surgical photos below: 3050 Grafts with Dr. Maras via FUE 3587 FUE Grafts with Dr. Maras 3163 Grafts via FUT with Dr. Maras 2456 FUE Grafts with Dr. Maras 2590 FUE Grafts (Scalp, Beard and Chest) with Dr. Maras 3149 FUE Grafts over 2 Sessions with Dr. Maras 1203 FUE Grafts over 1 Session with Dr. Maras 3250 FUE Grafts Plus 2400 FUE Grafts in a second procedure Surgical Walkthrough - Presentation of Dr. Maras of HDC Medical Clinic I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding his potential recommendation. Best wishes, Bill
  16. Hello, I have been a reader on this forum for quite some time now. But now I think its about time I got active in here. So I am 27 years old, I am a Norwood 3 vertex. Orginally my plan was to go to Pakistan and get my Hair transplant done with Dr Humayun. But if I understand correctly, he mostly does FUT, and I want FUE. And then there is that issue of safety and quality.. So i started researching turkish HT clinics, and I am OVERWHELMED!! So I am here humbly to ask for your opinions. My favorite so far is GetHair clinic (link removed my moderator) Others I have seen are; Maral Klinik (link removed my moderator) Dr Ali Emre (link removed my moderator) Dr Resat (link removed my moderator) And of course Erkan Demirsoy (link removed my moderator) But isnt he most expensive? And money is of course a issue! And really dont know what more information to provide...
  17. I completed 1500 Non-shaving FUE procedure with Safiye Kurt / Adem&Havva Hair Transplantation Center / Istanbul first week of January 2014. I am very pleased with the progress since I have done my procedure without shaving and noticing by outsider. I might be scheduling a second procedure after six month for an additional 1500 grafts, because with non shaving method max 1500 graft transplanted. I am so curios to know if anyone else have done non shave FUE method procedure to see how is the result. I attached some pictures but still its very early and I will upload other pictures after shock- hair loos.
  18. Good morning everybody After suffering with hair loss for 5 years I tried all kind of cure and medicine unfortunately couldn't stop hair loss. At first I was always kept my self away from hair transplantation because scared all kind of surgery. After a while I started to searching in internet about that hair transplantation treatment, surgery, side effects etc. Surprisingly my every search Turkey was coming as an result of hair transplantation surgery. It took me approx. 3 -4 months to convince myself for this treatment even-though watching all videos, forums, comments etc. Than I have decided to contact one of hair transplantation clinic in Turkey. Unfortunately I faced language problem even after trying other hair transplantation centers as well.It looks like nobody knows English in this country. However after a long and hard try I found one of clinics who has English speaker representative too, and asked all question I had in my mind he satisfied me with all his answer. When I asked them price he couldn't gave me exact price and confused me with all inclusive /exclusive, per grave based pricing tariff. When I asked him if you do fue method of hair transplantation how do I know you used 1500 graft even I paid 3000 graft price according your consultation. Which was doubling the cost. Anyway, we have decided with fixed price with hotel, transfers, hair transplantation, before and after medicine etc. Price was 5000 USD which sound me reasonable. Than we made all arrangement and after 2 weeks I went to Istanbul. My first disappointment was waiting almost one hour at the airport to someone come and pick me up. I called few times every time he was lying and saying driver is on the way. Than driver picked me after one hour, first day I will be take rest for few hours and I will go to their clinic for consultation and next day he will execute the operation. I was expecting they will be accommodate me in a hotel which what we deal, but they took me furnished guest house. It was second disappointment. With noisy neighbors, tiny bed, and self service I tried to ask driver but he didnt understand me anyway. I contact again with their representative to fix it,he told me the hotel fully booked which they have agreement, its only today I will be staying their guest hose and next they they will shift me the hotel. Next day driver came and took me to their office in city center. After consultation and a lot of apologizes first they moved me hotel and then they made blood tests, and prepared me for tomorrow. My second day was waiting that big day for me it was my third disappointment, the hair transplantation operation will be in their office room with they convert as an operation room. Of course I refused to have an operation in a room which I already had phobia about surgery. They tried to convince me by showing another patient in another room having hair transplantation operation. I was freak out and refused operation but he threatened me with not paying my back my money. I told him I will call police and complain to health authorization as well. Than they scared and paid my money back after reducing hotel, transfer charges etc. I was regretted made that decision to hair transplant. After leaving from their office I moved another hotel name is Anthill Fraser Hotel. While I was waiting for check-in I saw a few of Arabs was there too with bandage on their had. And I asked them what happened because I never saw before hair transplant. I was so happy to see them and we talked about their operation and asked them a lot of question adn talked about my experience and asked them where they did operation. He told me in same tower Anthill, Adam&Havva, Madam Safiye. Actually I heard their name when I was searching on internet but unluckily I didn't contact them. Anyway after my check in I went their office and met Madam Safiye. She has given me another consultation as well with fixed price. And the way she was talking it was just inspiring confidence even though we are communicating with translator. Of course my first question was where are you going to do operation, and they told me surely it will be fully equipped hospital. And I told them my experience with another hair transplantation center. Than one of their staff took me to show hospital. The hospital itself made me feel better. And I took appointment after two days after insisting to work in to do hair transplantation. At the day of operation we went to hospital with her and her team to hospital. With all arrangement and lovely translator it took almost 5 hours. After operation she has given me all direction to how to be aware or take care of my self and my hair. Next day I went the hospital again for removing bandages, and she has done PRP , given shampoos, medicine, lotions etc. After my third day I traveled back Dubai. They kept call and asked me how I am and if I have any problem and so. I was so glad to meet her even accidentally and very successful operation and very happy with my new hairs and style with even half price if I compare with my first contacted unprofessional hair transplantation center.
  19. 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. I would appreciate this community’s input on the potential recommendation of Dr. Hakan Doganay of Turkey on the Hair Transplant Network. At this time, Dr. Doganay is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here. Dr. Hakan Doganay has over 10 years of hair transplant experience and performs advanced FUE (follicular unit extraction) on only one patient per day at his clinic in Turkey. Dr. Doganay has the staff and experience to perform large sessions exceeding 3000 grafts over multiple days when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Doganay specializes in FUE, BHT (body hair transplantation - using hair from various parts of the body such as the beard and chest to restore hair to the scalp) and eyebrow reconstruction. Because not everyone is a suitable candidate for FUE hair transplantation, Dr. Doganay is very selective in choosing patients for surgery. Dr. Doganay uses an extraction tool called micro-motor with punches ranging from .7mm to .8mm to minimize scarring to the donor area. In Dr. Doganay's experienced hands, transection and damage to the follicular units is minimal and patients typically see approximately 85% to 95% growth yield. All follicular units are implanted within 5 hours after extraction in order to minimize desiccation and death to the follicles. Dr. Hakan Doganay uses the Choi pen implanter for placing grafts into recipient sites. With the help of 3 nurses, follicular units are carefully loaded into Choi implanter pens ranging from .6mm to .8mm. Dr. Doganay then carefully places grafts into tiny recipient sites using the pen implanter. The Choi implanter is a surgical tool that has the potential to make some aspects of the hair transplant procedure easier. While the advantages of the Choi implanter are arguable, Dr. Doganay believes that the Choi implanter can minimize the potential mishandling/damage to the grafts during placement. However, many North American physicians, when asked felt that it offered very little advantage to a clinic that has already mastered the skill needed to successfully place grafts without injury. Ultimately, a surgical tool is only as good as the physician using it. Dr. Doganay feels that in his hands, he produces excellent results. Dr. Doganay creates natural looking hairlines that mimic nature by using only 1 haired follicular units in the first couple of rows. He agrees with other leading surgeons that multi-haired grafts placed in the hairline don't look natural. Dr. Doganay also provides dense packing up to 60 follicular units per square centimeter (FU/cm2) when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Hakan Doganay is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) and the Turkish Plastic Surgeon Organization. Given Dr. Doganay's experience in performing quality FUE with excellent results, in my opinion, he should be considered for recommendation. In recent weeks, Dr. Doganay has presented numerous examples of his recent FUE and specialty results on this forum. Dr. Doganay's Recent Patient and Surgical photos can be found below: 4380 Grafts via FUE in 2 Sessions and Surgical Walkthrough 2400 Grafts via FUE 1400 Grafts via FUE Hairline Reconstruction 3900 Grafts via FUE 3700 Grafts via FUE 3600 Grafts via FUE at 5 Months 2400 Grafts via FUE at 7 Months 3200 Grafts via FUE - 1 Month After Surgery 2900 Grafts via FUE - 2 Weeks After Surgery Note: A single FUE session may be accomplished over multiple consecutive days. Many of the below above sessions are accomplished in more than one day. 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
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