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Hi guys,

 

I am at the stage now where I have to make a decision and pick the right surgeon for my needs and nobody else can push me to the right direction better than you guys, so here we go!

After about a year of reading this and other forums, considering my budget, requirements and my gut feeling, I’m down to Dr.Demirsoy and Dr.Bhatti.

They both sit within my budget, both perform most of the surgery (harvesting and slit making), both are delivering good results and good feedbacks from patients can be found online.

·        Demirsoy Pro & Cons:

Great results, good density, helpful customer care/representative.

Very few results online, surprisingly not very popular, few average results.

4000grafts quoted.

·         Bhatti pro & Cons:

Good constant results, highly ethical, I love his attitude, great clinic.

Density in most cases low to very low, no outstanding results online.

3500grafts quoted.

  

Within my budget and requirements, I don’t see any other Dr. that can be considered.

What do you guys think?

 

Few pics of my empty “head” here below LOL

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Johnny,

Your balding pattern is very similar to what mine was and I'm yet to see another result nearly 5 years on from any surgeon worldwide that betters mine for only 3305 grafts used.

I think with 3500-4000 grafts you will have a result that resembles a full head of hair. If you take Finasteride it looks like you have a lot of hairs that can be recovered and will enhance your result further. If you really want that super dense look then you always have the option of having a second surgery to top up the previous implanted areas.

Also you may have missed some of these results by Dr Bhatti,

30 year old Irish Man large 2 day session

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/170853-4346-fue-grafts-dr-bhatti-india.html

25 Year old Indian 1800 grafts to hairline

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/182061-my-hair-transplant-journey-dr-tejinder-bhatti-1800-grafts-7months-completed.html

28 year old German Caucasian 1800 grafts

https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/51963-dr-bhatti-is-the-best/?tab=comments#comment-480344

David - Hair Transplant Network Moderator

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/178637-dr-tejinder-bhatti-2412-fue-february-23-2015-a.html

36 year old American 3750 grafts

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/169005-hair-restoration-procedure-w-dr-tejinder-bhatti.html

37 year old male from Singapore

https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/41858-dr-bhatti-1500-fue-on-crown-29th-april-2015/

29 year old Australian 4000 grafts (this was the story that inspired me to go to Dr Bhatti)

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/167897-hair-transplant-dr-tejinder-bhatti-darling-buds-chandigarh-india.html

27 year old German 2364 grafts

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/170355-my-experience-dr-tejinder-bhatti-2364-grafts-fue-restore-hairline.html

https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/blog/journal.asp?CopyID=9836&WebID=2698

30 year old Indian 2500 grafts repair surgery

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/171606-dr-tejinder-bhatti-2500-grafts.html

26 year old european 3011 grafts

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/175743-dr-tejinder-bhatti-3011-fue-grafts.html

26 year old Indian 3200 grafts

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/175746-dr-tejinder-bhatti-3200-fue-grafts.html

29 year old indian 3200 grafts

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/175747-dr-tejinder-bhatti-3200-fue-grafts-type-4-patient.html

Seth Australian Patient 3 surgeries with Dr Bhatti

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/Sethticles/albums/4866/28695

31 year old Israeli 2485 grafts

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/171738-hey-guys-i-got-help-you-so-here-i-post-my-story-dr-tejinder-bhatti.html

37 year old US man 2928 grafts to repair 2 previous sub standard surgeries

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/168567-fue-hair-transplant-dec-14-2012-dr-tejinder-bhatti-darling-buds.html

27 year old indian male

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/175847-6-months-update-dr-bhatti.html

Traction Alopecia Case

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/168356-traction-alopecia-sikh-male-punjab-india.html

Indian 3000 grafts part 1

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/168631-dr-bhatti-fue-hair-transplant-2-stages.html

UK Guy 3000 grafts

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/HTindia/albums/1775

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/168149-caucasian-male-3000-fue-grafts.html

Indian Guy 5000 grafts

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/168492-dr-bhatti-fue-body-hair-transformation.html

 


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Shera   -   UK Representative and Patient Adviser for Dr. Tejinder Bhatti     View My FUE HT Story

UK Email : darlingbudsUK@gmail.com    UK Freephone : 0800 634 8588   WhatsApp Call/Message: +44 7708 018667

I am not a medical professional. All opinions are my own and my advice should not constitute as medical advice.

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I would choose demirsoy as he can get good density better than Bhatti but for your area to cover and number of grafts, thin Caucasian hair you won't get good density with this number so either docs will be similar in results for you 

Depends on how low you want the hairline to be

You can always get another Fue to increase density once that blood flow has been improved after a first wide but low density coverage 

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Hi Jonny,

Good luck with the final call,  this decision is always the hardest to make  but go with a doctor keeping in mind if he/she is ethical, long term reputation and if they support you after HT as well ( not just done after you pay them )

Based on your case, you will need a skillful doctor. so far, I  am 2.5 months post ht done by Dr B and I can only vouch for him. Never heard about dr D but will also check his work 

density is always going to be a topic of interest/different opinions/different cases/ lifestyle/diet/your age/pre HT condition with native hair quality and donor capability ....... there are many variables attached to it. 

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Dr. Bhatti is a truly great Doc in India.

With a great team and a great representative in Shera.  You will be very well looked after....great people.

There is another highly recommended clinic on this forum in India....

EUGENIX....Dr.Pradeep and Dr Arika. 

 

Either way you cant go wrong in my opinion. 

..............Paddy.........

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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18 hours ago, Shera said:

I think with 3500-4000 grafts you will have a result that resembles a full head of hair. If you take Finasteride it looks like you have a lot of hairs that can be recovered and will enhance your result further. If you really want that super dense look then you always have the option of having a second surgery to top up the previous implanted areas.

 

@Shera, I stopped finasteride about 7years ago due to side effects but I'm willing to give it a new try if that helps. Should I approach the surgery being under finasteride or is good enough to start taking it right after surgery? Currently I am taking biotin, saw palmetto and minoxidil foam only.

You are not the first one to tell me to get a second touch up in 1year time but I don't technically understand how is it possible to have a second procedure if during the first one all available graft were taken? 

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I think your situation will improve with either doc selected. First is managing expectations; what are you seeking with density? My case wasn't as progressed as yours, but my concern was "not bald" for lack of a better definition. Density was a concern for me with Bhatti, but I've seen enough of his results that I couldn't "notice" the density. That's what I wanted, a non-noticable hairline. Most onlookers won't care/see it either, so long as it doesn't look bad. 

That was enough for me to pick Bhatti.

On a related note, I started a job with 3 20-22 year olds. Two have transparent hairlines (but not receding or anything) and one has a very full Latino/Mexican hair that I'm in awe of. Point is, even people who aren't balding have hairline [certain] people on the forum would say isn't dense enough. Nature isn't kind to everyone to give them a dense hairline.

To answer a question, I didn't use fin til after my HT. Not before surgery or even before at all (didn't know about it).

Again to reiterate, a HT will benefit you.

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Hi @Lennney, you and @HLPToronto have been of great inspiration towards having Bhatti in my toplist. Genuine patients, similar hair caliber and concerns and especially same requirements when it comes to chose a doctor (Dr doing the critical tasks). On the other hand, I see a lot of other HT posted by representatives which somehow I trust less, I am of the opinion that a good doctor doesn't need this much marketing but results instead and that is the case of Demirsoy for example together with many other great surgeons like Lorenzo, Couto, Devroye, feriduni, Lupanzula, Keser, whom all fly somehow under the radar and none of them are being pushed on this forum by represenattives. Nothing wrong with Bhatti marketing strategy, I would just personally prefer to see less marketing involved and more real impartial patients but this is just me.

Hard to tell who is better in my case, both are equally at the top of my list each with their pro and cons in my eyes.

@Lennney how do you explain the low density offered from Bhatti in most cases?  My feeling is that he spreads the grafts too far apart, why is that? Because is less risky whereas dense packing it is more in terms of potential yield, damaging nearby grafts, necrosis and so on? Or is it simply the way he feels comfortable? Conservative approach is good but cannot be the answer, you see denser HT made with consciousness as well...this is my biggest dilemma.

I love Bhatti's attitude, kindness and knowledge but that is not all, if he only could guarantee a better density I would have already booked with him.

Demirsoy, a part from before after pictures, there aren't many real patients around to check unfortunately, I wish someone could pop up and tell me more.

 

Thank you guys always!

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39 minutes ago, Jhonny said:

Hi @Lennney, you and @HLPToronto have been of great inspiration towards having Bhatti in my toplist. Genuine patients, similar hair caliber and concerns and especially same requirements when it comes to chose a doctor (Dr doing the critical tasks). On the other hand, I see a lot of other HT posted by representatives which somehow I trust less, I am of the opinion that a good doctor doesn't need this much marketing but results instead and that is the case of Demirsoy for example together with many other great surgeons like Lorenzo, Couto, Devroye, feriduni, Lupanzula, Keser, whom all fly somehow under the radar and none of them are being pushed on this forum by represenattives. Nothing wrong with Bhatti marketing strategy, I would just personally prefer to see less marketing involved and more real impartial patients but this is just me.

Hard to tell who is better in my case, both are equally at the top of my list each with their pro and cons in my eyes.

@Lennney how do you explain the low density offered from Bhatti in most cases?  My feeling is that he spreads the grafts too far apart, why is that? Because is less risky whereas dense packing it is more in terms of potential yield, damaging nearby grafts, necrosis and so on? Or is it simply the way he feels comfortable? Conservative approach is good but cannot be the answer, you see denser HT made with consciousness as well...this is my biggest dilemma.

I love Bhatti's attitude, kindness and knowledge but that is not all, if he only could guarantee a better density I would have already booked with him.

Demirsoy, a part from before after pictures, there aren't many real patients around to check unfortunately, I wish someone could pop up and tell me more.

 

Thank you guys always!

(To explain low density)

The part about why Bhatti packs so loose (in my opinion) is due to him trying to maximize your donor. He told me (and I've read about it before I saw him) that he wants to treat me for my lifetime. He doesn't want to fix me (at potential great future cost [of donor]), but treat me for life. I have a predisposition to go Norwood 5+, so I'll need careful, lifelong effort.

Does it make sense to pack dense when you'll eventually need further HTs to address your crown/ other areas? 

One more thing, if you're curious, I can try looking for the graphic again later, but additional density doesn't improve the aesthetic after a certain point. It simply isn't noticable from a distance. Remember, people won't study you, just notice you. They look you in the eyes when speaking to you and look "at" you when afar.

I completely agree with your assessment of "pushing" a doc. I didn't see the push from Bhatti when I decided on him, and I haven't seen a push since (maybe a couple months ago, but nothing like Eugenix. I was very skeptical of them initially, but they also turn out great work. They had new members solely contribute pre/post pics and not much else. But their rep Nelson is helpful and kind, and contributes to the forum much like shera.

I don't enjoy "pushing", unsolicited, my doc. I think it's tacky to promote "your" guy at the detriment of other docs. I do however recommend my doc in good conscience. I've had a professional experience from a skilled artist. 

I picked Bhatti for a couple reasons. He had a strong portfolio and was enthusiastically recommended. I actually switched from a different doc (recommended but had a bad vibe) to Bhatti. I didn't know the cost, but didn't care, I wanted Bhatti (who was much less expensive actually).

I also chose Bhatti for another couple reasons. I didn't want a " conservative" hairline, basically my hairline pre HT. (Feel free to look my tracker up, it's in my profile). Bhatti had really impressive results with the temple triangles. That was one of, if not most important areas I wanted to address. It has honestly changed my appearance to what I had hoped, and I would be thrilled to just keep current results (even without additional growth). Finally, Bhatti does BHT as well for the advanced Norwoods and those lacking donor. I've got plenty of ass hair, haha, but he does beard and some chest. I wanted to work with a surgeon for life, like I said, so I wanted someone who could "stretch" my HT capacity.

I've had comments on my HT from people saying my packing was too loose, but I've had a positive attitude and trust in Bhatti's work. I'm not concerned with the negativity and I will reserve criticism for after 18 months. I don't have any issues yet, and I feel I'm coming along well. Again, I can't stress enough my coworkers hair. Their hair is transparent ( I see 2/3 of their scalps, even with lots of dense hairs). It makes me feel incredible just with my limited progress. I'm literally 70% of their transparency level (mine more transparent). I don't have the length (to mask/ add perceive density) and I don't have the full results. I'm very pleased so far. 

Try to, whoever you choose for HT, look at density as a passing glance. That's how all people will see it. No one will study a hairline (could you imagine someone staring at your hair for 30+ seconds?!) As long as the hair looks natural [read: not stands out], that's all you should hope for. Plus, as I've mentioned, your head will bald too, so you'll fight to maintain that density for the rest of your head, as your head bands. I also, personal opinion, think that some thinning is fine and natural. I don't want incredible density because I think it's unnatural for me, it's difficult to maintain, and perhaps unachievable. I think that some thinning especially near the crown is almost expected and doesn't detract from the overall appearance, not at all like the hairline, which is crucial.

Anyway, rambled too long. Hope it helps. I can answer any questions that you have. Either way, do your research and choose with conviction. Don't feel pressured or "convinced". Be able to defend whatever decision you choose. We're all on this forum to learn and help others learn. I'm happy to pass on my knowledge and experience.

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10 hours ago, Jhonny said:

@Shera, I stopped finasteride about 7years ago due to side effects but I'm willing to give it a new try if that helps. Should I approach the surgery being under finasteride or is good enough to start taking it right after surgery? Currently I am taking biotin, saw palmetto and minoxidil foam only.

You are not the first one to tell me to get a second touch up in 1year time but I don't technically understand how is it possible to have a second procedure if during the first one all available graft were taken? 

Hi Jhonny,

Dr Bhatti prescribes Finasteride for 6 months post surgery, most patients continue to use it beyond this period. Some continue to use it at a lower dosage and less frequency because it still appears to do its function in retaining existing hair and slowing down the natural balding process in native hairs.

Moving on, if the Doctor took all available grafts in one procedure (over harvesting) then visible scarring is more likely and there is the threat that damage to adjacent healthy grafts will occur. This is often overlooked.  With patients with limited donor it is paramount that each graft is given the best chance of survival. There is limited blood supply to the scalp and grafts placed too tightly together are also at more risk of dying out as they fight for nutrients to survive.

Also there is a lot made of density of hairlines when the real issue should perhaps be realistic expectations according to one’s unique balding pattern and family balding history. There is no one size fits all.

Therefore, as far as results and density of hairlines is concerned, every case needs to be planned differently.

A person with stable baldness and with Grade 3 pattern, can be afforded high densities of 65 FUs per sq cm which will be a pipe dream for a person with Grade 5 at 25 with evidence of low scalp and body hair donors.

When judging results for patients, it needs to be taken into account that all cases are different and to pick out a case with Grade 5 with lower density as compared with another with higher density is being unfair.

I personally feel Dr Bhatti has posted enough cases on this forum (and others) and on his youtube page (Darling Buds Clinic) for anyone to be comfortable with his results.

Most importantly, he is a proficient hair transplant surgeon, works in a safe facility he owns, his practice is transparent, he does not give unrealistic expectations to patients like so many clinics across the globe.

I talk to patients on most days whose lives have been transformed by Dr Bhatti. Every evening out in my home town in the UK it’s rare not to be greeted by at least one of Dr Bhattis’ happy patients.

Also, I have seen cases where guys from the UK have gone with cheap packages abroad and have told me they had 2000 or so grafts taken out where the reality when looking at their donor area is that they had double that. The reason being that the amateur clinics believe that the more they implant the more chance of a half decent result therefore no comebacks.

Thankfully Dr Bhatti does not operate that way. 

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I am not a medical professional. All opinions are my own and my advice should not constitute as medical advice.

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If your budget is limited and you are okay with traveling to India then you should consider Dr. Pradeep Sethi. Though he has performed limited number of Caucasian patients, his experience in dealing with high norwood cases and giving good density is really impressive. Also, I haven't yet seen any failure results from Dr. Sethi so far. Besides you have a large donor area, and Dr. Sethi could do almost about 5-6 k grafts procedure. 

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GREAT WRITE UP SHERA AND VERY WELL EXPLAINED. 

EVERYTHING YOU SAID HAS PROVED WHY DR.BHATTI IS A VERY HIGHLY RESPECTED SURGEON IN HIS FIELD .

EVERY GREAT SURGEON HAS THEIR OWN INDIVIDUAL TECHNIQUES AND SKILLS TO PROVIDE A GREAT HT RESULT.

DR. BHATTI HAS HIS IN ABUNDANCE. 

.....................PADDY..............

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On 5/31/2019 at 8:05 AM, Jhonny said:

Hi guys,

I am at the stage now where I have to make a decision and pick the right surgeon for my needs and nobody else can push me to the right direction better than you guys, so here we go!

After about a year of reading this and other forums, considering my budget, requirements and my gut feeling, I’m down to Dr.Demirsoy and Dr.Bhatti.

Hello good Sir. 

can i ask where abouts you would be travelling from? i'm from the UK and like you, made my decision and about to pay the deposit next week - i went with Dr Devroye. 

did you consider any of the doctors in Belgium, who seem to have lots of testimonials? 

i considered Bhatti but in the end didn't fancy travelling all the way to India and back, plus any aftercare issues to consider (i'm having FUT). 

 

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Thanks @Shera and @Lennney for your pecious info!

In India I consider only Dr. Bhatti and btw eugenix is not cheaper.

I would be travelling from Australia heading to Europe to visit my parents so a stopover either in India or Turkey would be no problem.

I love istanbul, not sure that is a pros towards Demirsoy LOL

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On 6/1/2019 at 7:20 PM, Shera said:

Hi Jhonny,

 Dr Bhatti prescribes Finasteride for 6 months post surgery, most patients continue to use it beyond this period. Some continue to use it at a lower dosage and less frequency because it still appears to do its function in retaining existing hair and slowing down the natural balding process in native hairs.

 Moving on, if the Doctor took all available grafts in one procedure (over harvesting) then visible scarring is more likely and there is the threat that damage to adjacent healthy grafts will occur. This is often overlooked.  With patients with limited donor it is paramount that each graft is given the best chance of survival. There is limited blood supply to the scalp and grafts placed too tightly together are also at more risk of dying out as they fight for nutrients to survive.

Also there is a lot made of density of hairlines when the real issue should perhaps be realistic expectations according to one’s unique balding pattern and family balding history. There is no one size fits all.

Therefore, as far as results and density of hairlines is concerned, every case needs to be planned differently.

A person with stable baldness and with Grade 3 pattern, can be afforded high densities of 65 FUs per sq cm which will be a pipe dream for a person with Grade 5 at 25 with evidence of low scalp and body hair donors.

When judging results for patients, it needs to be taken into account that all cases are different and to pick out a case with Grade 5 with lower density as compared with another with higher density is being unfair.

I personally feel Dr Bhatti has posted enough cases on this forum (and others) and on his youtube page (Darling Buds Clinic) for anyone to be comfortable with his results.

Most importantly, he is a proficient hair transplant surgeon, works in a safe facility he owns, his practice is transparent, he does not give unrealistic expectations to patients like so many clinics across the globe.

I talk to patients on most days whose lives have been transformed by Dr Bhatti. Every evening out in my home town in the UK it’s rare not to be greeted by at least one of Dr Bhattis’ happy patients.

Also, I have seen cases where guys from the UK have gone with cheap packages abroad and have told me they had 2000 or so grafts taken out where the reality when looking at their donor area is that they had double that. The reason being that the amateur clinics believe that the more they implant the more chance of a half decent result therefore no comebacks.

Thankfully Dr Bhatti does not operate that way. 

Is 6 months of duration for Finastride is fine enough? 

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On 5/31/2019 at 12:35 PM, Jhonny said:

Hi guys,

 

 

 

I am at the stage now where I have to make a decision and pick the right surgeon for my needs and nobody else can push me to the right direction better than you guys, so here we go!

 

After about a year of reading this and other forums, considering my budget, requirements and my gut feeling, I’m down to Dr.Demirsoy and Dr.Bhatti.

 

They both sit within my budget, both perform most of the surgery (harvesting and slit making), both are delivering good results and good feedbacks from patients can be found online.

 

 

 ·        Demirsoy Pro & Cons:

 

Great results, good density, helpful customer care/representative.

 

Very few results online, surprisingly not very popular, few average results.

4000grafts quoted.

 

 

·         Bhatti pro & Cons:

 

Good constant results, highly ethical, I love his attitude, great clinic.

 

Density in most cases low to very low, no outstanding results online.

 

3500grafts quoted.

  

 

Within my budget and requirements, I don’t see any other Dr. that can be considered.

 

What do you guys think?

 

 

 

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Is it true that Dr. Bhatti does the whole extraction himself or are there some junior doctors or technicians involved?

@Shera could you clear this doubt?

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On 6/5/2019 at 7:35 AM, Useless Stuff said:

Is 6 months of duration for Finastride is fine enough? 

Six months duration will help recover your existing native hair and in some patients it seems to give the newly implanted grafts a boost, I think it did in my case anyway. After 6 months you could continue or stagger the use to help sustain your native hair and delay any future loss.

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3 hours ago, Useless Stuff said:

Is it true that Dr. Bhatti does the whole extraction himself or are there some junior doctors or technicians involved?

@Shera could you clear this doubt?

I confirm that Dr Bhatti does all of the following

- Counseling and hairline design
- Trimming
- Anesthesia
- Harvesting the grafts from the donor area (extraction)
- Slit making in the recipient area
- Dressing

The placement of the grafts is completed by his longstanding skilled technicians.


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Shera   -   UK Representative and Patient Adviser for Dr. Tejinder Bhatti     View My FUE HT Story

UK Email : darlingbudsUK@gmail.com    UK Freephone : 0800 634 8588   WhatsApp Call/Message: +44 7708 018667

I am not a medical professional. All opinions are my own and my advice should not constitute as medical advice.

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2 hours ago, Shera said:

I confirm that Dr Bhatti does all of the following

- Counseling and hairline design
- Trimming
- Anesthesia
- Harvesting the grafts from the donor area (extraction)
- Slit making in the recipient area
- Dressing

The placement of the grafts is completed by his longstanding skilled technicians.

Thank you!

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Hi everyone,

I made my choice to go with Dr. Demirsoy, booked on 02/09 this year. His patient advisor Muzaffer was extremely helpful and I got several extremely good feedbacks from former patients. So my Dr. it's him 100%!

I can't say the same for Bhatti, his way of communication was very very disappointing, it took me several emails to get a simple answer to my questions, everytime he replied he seemed annoyed and on top of that I saw few bad cases recently handled by the clinic even worse. Also i don't like the fact that this forum is packed with his promoters, I felt everything that is being said about him on here is slightly pumped up and pushed with youtube videos and comments from users that clearly work for him. Not to mention their location, not the easiest to reach.

I will keep you guys posted with a new thred of my procedure when time comes.

Thnk you all for your help.

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55 minutes ago, Jhonny said:

Hi everyone,

I made my choice to go with Dr. Demirsoy, booked on 02/09 this year. His patient advisor Muzaffer was extremely helpful and I got several extremely good feedbacks from former patients. So my Dr. it's him 100%!

I can't say the same for Bhatti, his way of communication was very very disappointing, it took me several emails to get a simple answer to my questions, everytime he replied he seemed annoyed and on top of that I saw few bad cases recently handled by the clinic even worse. Also i don't like the fact that this forum is packed with his promoters, I felt everything that is being said about him on here is slightly pumped up and pushed with youtube videos and comments from users that clearly work for him. Not to mention their location, not the easiest to reach.

I will keep you guys posted with a new thred of my procedure when time comes.

Thnk you all for your help.

Best of luck, a HT is a big decision. Cant wait to see your post about the travel experience and the HT itself. You will have a life altering procedure, and I'm very excited on your behalf. It's improved my life. If you have the time to shop tickets and are looking for good deals (check prices daily, but note prices Mon-wed as they are usually lowest) could you please assist my price compilation? I didn't pull any data from Australia to Turkey nor India. If you have the time, could you make notes of any prices on my forum post in "open topics"? 

Just for your benefit, check prices from both large Australian airports to Istanbul. It may save you a decent amount of money, depending on additional cost of getting to other airport.

Again, best of luck!

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4 minutes ago, Lennney said:

Best of luck, a HT is a big decision. Cant wait to see your post about the travel experience and the HT itself. You will have a life altering procedure, and I'm very excited on your behalf. It's improved my life. If you have the time to shop tickets and are looking for good deals (check prices daily, but note prices Mon-wed as they are usually lowest) could you please assist my price compilation? I didn't pull any data from Australia to Turkey nor India. If you have the time, could you make notes of any prices on my forum post in "open topics"? 

Just for your benefit, check prices from both large Australian airports to Istanbul. It may save you a decent amount of money, depending on additional cost of getting to other airport.

Again, best of luck!

Thanks Lenney, you have been of great help with all your reccomendations!

Do you mean book on Mo-Wed or fly those days?

Can you link your post?

Cheers

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24 minutes ago, Jhonny said:

Thanks Lenney, you have been of great help with all your reccomendations!

Do you mean book on Mo-Wed or fly those days?

Can you link your post?

Cheers

Thanks, my goal is to help others. Booking your actual flights on Mon-wed (regardless of days you fly to and back). In my experience the most expensive days to actually fly are Friday and Sunday. You're more likely to find better deals using kayak or your preferred travel search engine feature of " +/- 3 days " for the lower cost flights.

Here is my post, it has pretty good info.

https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/54236-travel-advice-airfare-guide/

 

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Good luck Jhonny ! I really hope Dr. D gives you the best results.  

Best of journey in advance :) 

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