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Eugenix Hair Sciences is the best hair transplant centre in India. I was suffering with hair loss from 5 years. My Surgery was done by Dr Arika Bansal, Dr Priya Darshini and their experienced technicians team at Eugenix Hair Transplant Centre , Mumbai on 22nd and 23rd October 2018. The way of treating patients at Eugenix Hair Sciences was marvellous by Dr Arika Mam, Dr Pradeep Sethi Sir , Dr Priya Darshini , Dr Abhinav  as well as Eugenix doctors , Medical Counsellor Vrushali @ Mumbai Centre along with their experienced technicians and remaining staff. I will share more about my transplant results in future with proofs. This will make the people who are suffering with hair loss to come out and have their treatment. Permanent solution is their for hair loss and the right step must be taken to overcome the hair loss problem that includes choosing a Right Clinic , Doctor and see their previous patients transplantation results , procedure and equipments used for surgery and so on.

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Hi  , this is Vinay. I had completed two months post surgery @ Eugenix , Mumbai. At present my transplanted hair almost falled and some hair remaining. I observed some hair is growing. I will share my pics after the completion of four months because the result of transplanted hair will be start in end of fourth month or fifth month based on Individual Persons. The support from Eugenix is marvellous regarding post hair transplant surgery queries. I highly recommend Eugenix for Hair Loss and androgenic alopecia. 

 

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On 12/24/2018 at 6:46 AM, Vinay Kumar said:

Hi  , this is Vinay. I had completed two months post surgery @ Eugenix , Mumbai. At present my transplanted hair almost falled and some hair remaining. I observed some hair is growing. I will share my pics after the completion of four months because the result of transplanted hair will be start in end of fourth month or fifth month based on Individual Persons. The support from Eugenix is marvellous regarding post hair transplant surgery queries. I highly recommend Eugenix for Hair Loss and androgenic alopecia. 

 

Hi Vinay. How is your growth now. Can you please share some information. Thanks

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Hi , This is vinay and Completed Six Months 10 days and Posting the results of mine. 60% of hair came and Doctors @ Eugenix said remaining 40% will be expected in next two or three months.

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Thank you for the update. Are you taking hair loss medications as well? 

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14 hours ago, Torip said:

Thank you for the update. Are you taking hair loss medications as well? 

Yes , finax 1mg Daily at night time to stop further hair fall of non transplanted hair and Minoxidil 5% for growth of new hair , by this we can get gain in hair density.

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14 hours ago, Lennney said:

Life changing stuff here. Great result!

Yes , Thank you.

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Did they not tell you the number of beard grafts and the location in which they would place them?

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On 5/6/2019 at 1:22 PM, roscopeeco78 said:

How many beard grafts were used and where were they placed?

Thank You,

Hi , 1860 beard grafts are used and they were placed in the middle of scalp. 

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On 5/6/2019 at 2:52 PM, ahmedabad_guy said:

excellent results

Thank you. This shows the Awesome treatment for Hair Transplant @Eugenix Hair Sciences.

 

On 5/6/2019 at 2:52 PM, ahmedabad_guy said:

Thank you

 

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