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
If they gray in the donor area, they will gray in the recipient site. It is interesting how the donor does keep a memory on various fronts. First, the fact it will remain permanent, and keeping its characteristics. So say you will be graying in 20 years....the same thing will happen to the transplanted hair. It is such a random placement, however, that it will look normal. (Unless you are just covering a spot, say for a birthmark. Then that entire spot will turn white).
Since being on tinfal, I haven't had *too many issues with acne. I had a lot as a teen, but my adult skin does fairly well. Thanks for the 10mg perspective and the effects. Now, do you take any folic acid? Does your 10mg biotin include any? I did see a 10mg biotin and like 100+ (3+ month) version being sold on Amazon for like $10. I was just curious if I should supplement it with folic acid or if an an increased dose in biotin would "balance" the decrease in FA.
Truth be told, I've never put too much though into the thickness of my hair, but I like it as it is, and not just the HT hair. I do infact loose less hair when I dry my hair after showers.
I'm just trying to pin the culprit of the improvement to biotin and/or FA. And the dosage... I know they're both vitamins which are water soluble (excess is peed). Again, thanks for 10k suggestion!