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Hello! I live in Russia. I do not speak English well, so I use an interpreter, please understand me correctly. So, the first hair transplant was done in Moscow. Real Trans Hair Clinic. This is the only popular and presentable clinic in our country. I transplanted 2000 grafts, which was not enough for my type of alopecia. Quality suited, but the price tag was expensive. You will see in the photo their work as well. The back of my head began to shine a little, I decided to completely equalize the density of hair throughout the donor area. I chose a doctor for the second transplant, also focusing on the section of your forum - FIND a Prescreened Physician. In Turkey, you advise. Resul Yaman, ok, I went to him. The flight to Istanbul is fast, and the price tag is cheap. Now look what he did to my head. What do you think? Do you consider this the work of a professional? Firstly, he was in a great hurry, because he was also doing two more operations with me, is this normal? Secondly, 80% of the work was done by his assistants - children about 18 years old. The photos were taken 9 months after the operation. By the way reddening on the head did not take 3-4 months. At the first transplantation in Russia, redness ended after 5 days. As a result, we have the fact that Yaman destroyed the donor zone. Before the operation, I told him that the task was to straighten the density of the hair throughout the donor area, as a result, he simply chunks of the area from the head. Look at how much it aggravated the situation, I very much regret that I went to him, and now I just do not know what to do! Tell me please the best specialists who could improve the situation qualitatively. I do not care about saving money, I need quality and professionalism. The ugliness on my head that I have now, absolutely does not suit me. Please give me the most informative suggestions for further action!

 

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Hello! I live in Russia. I do not speak English well, so I use an interpreter, please understand me correctly. So, the first hair transplant was done in Moscow. Real Trans Hair Clinic. This is the only popular and presentable clinic in our country. I transplanted 2000 grafts, which was not enough for my type of alopecia. Quality suited, but the price tag was expensive. You will see in the photo their work as well. The back of my head began to shine a little, I decided to completely equalize the density of hair throughout the donor area. I chose a doctor for the second transplant, also focusing on the section of your forum - FIND a Prescreened Physician. In Turkey, you advise. Resul Yaman, ok, I went to him. The flight to Istanbul is fast, and the price tag is cheap. Now look what he did to my head. What do you think? Do you consider this the work of a professional? Firstly, he was in a great hurry, because he was also doing two more operations with me, is this normal? Secondly, 80% of the work was done by his assistants - children about 18 years old. The photos were taken 9 months after the operation. By the way reddening on the head did not take 3-4 months. At the first transplantation in Russia, redness ended after 5 days. As a result, we have the fact that Yaman destroyed the donor zone. Before the operation, I told him that the task was to straighten the density of the hair throughout the donor area, as a result, he simply chunks of the area from the head. Look at how much it aggravated the situation, I very much regret that I went to him, and now I just do not know what to do! Tell me please the best specialists who could improve the situation qualitatively. I do not care about saving money, I need quality and professionalism. The ugliness on my head that I have now, absolutely does not suit me. Please give me the most informative suggestions for further action!

 

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Really feel sorry for you bro ?

Maybe SMP is an option in the donor area?

 

Are you happy with you reciepted area?

Do people notice something about your hair when you walk by og talk to someone?

Have people made Any comment to you?

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Fomin,

 

With due respect, your head is completely shaved down to a 0 clip. FUE is not a scarless procedure. I'd be curious to see what it looks like when your hair is grown out a little...even a 4 clip. Also, when did you have your procedure? It does look like maybe you have some shock loss.

 

How do the result look on top of your scalp?

 

Bill

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Question administration forum. Why do you advise doctors who maim people? Do they pay you for advertising? I thought I was on a global and objective forum, but as a result, I irretrievably crippled my head. This doctor should not be allowed to go into operations in the future, I hope you understand this

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Sorry about ur bad experience .. I think a lot of the hair clinics have so many customers nowadays .. they don’t take the time to do their best .. n when they don’t do their best u get unsatisfactory results even though we pay good money for their work .. another day another dollar .. but we have to live with the results..

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After 2 years. Most of all I regret that I decided to save some money and turned to this pseudo-doctor. Now I don't know what to do. I can not grow long hair because there is not enough hair on the top. I can not wear a short hairstyle because this doctor tore the hair out of my head in uneven pieces, while using a huge punch after which there were very large holes

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That looks..strange, have you been to a specialist?  Is there some alopecia happening around where the hair was extracted from?  Could you show other bits of the donor?  Have you contacted Dr Yaman?

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On 6/14/2019 at 1:07 AM, ViciousKeepLeftSign said:

That looks..strange, have you been to a specialist?  Is there some alopecia happening around where the hair was extracted from?  Could you show other bits of the donor?  Have you contacted Dr Yaman?

no, before the operation, the hair on the donor area was perfect, there was no damage

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again, just in case. The task was to take the hair from the entire side of the head EVENLY, at the same distance from each other, without any gaps, the doctor nodded his head understandingly, but it turned out that he did not care at all

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since the result will remain with me forever, I ask people to beware of Dr. Yaman in order not to get into the same situation. My situation can't be fixed

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Hi Fomin. 

So I regret about your experience also. 

Did you contact with this clinic about it? 

Could you show please current situation? Pictures with problem and maybe front line and backhead. Im  trying to choose between Cinik, Colak and Yaman... and your story really useful for me. 

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Am I the only one who can't figure out what's wrong? It looks absolutely normal.

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On 3/1/2020 at 7:43 PM, Fomin said:

again, just in case. The task was to take the hair from the entire side of the head EVENLY, at the same distance from each other, without any gaps, the doctor nodded his head understandingly, but it turned out that he did not care at all

Sorry Fomin but why do you not respond? 

And where your proofs that you did surgery in dr. Yaman clinic? Pictures with dr. Yaman and ect..? 

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