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EXPERIENCE OF AN IRISHMAN AFTER 6 YEARS RESEARCHING, PUTS HIS TRUST IN DR. PRADEEP SETHI AND DR.ARIKA BANSAL @ EUGENIX INDIA ,FOR HAIR TRANSPLANTATION OF A COMBINATION OF SCALP AND BEARD HAIR.

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On 2/12/2020 at 3:33 PM, Min12 said:

It’s still 120rs per grafts the only thing that they’ve done is introduce a higher price if you want Dr Sethi to be involved a lot more and do your hairline, other than that the examples you see on this site usually say ‘led by Dr Arika’.

That’s still less than $2 a graft. I think that’s a great price for the quality of work they’re doing

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On 2/12/2020 at 9:45 PM, Min12 said:
On 2/12/2020 at 6:31 PM, paddyirishman said:

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Funny you say that because I myself have Retrograde Alopecia in the exact same place 😂, best way to blend it and make it completely unnoticeable is to get a fade.

I thought that this would cause some concern when it came to the actual transplant.

I was more interested in the main donor image (taken right from the back) to see if there are noticeable patches.

Hello @Min12  you have retrograde alopecia also. Here are more pictures of my doner after my HT, before and after a Hair cut.

Paddy.

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On 2/11/2020 at 7:26 AM, Jonboy81 said:

@paddyirishman @Zoomster thanks for your feedback and pics. It’s great to see. What did they say about your donor areas? Weak? Strong? And what was the consultation in London like @paddyirishman? Did they look at you and go “yep your a candidate” or was it just a get to know and ask questions type of consultation?

Thanks 

Jon

@Jonboy81

My doner would not be the strongest as I have retrograde alopecia.  That's thinning over the ears and at the nape of the neck.  It can be also called reverse thinning. Because of this limited doner area, and also through my extensive research , it showed me I needed to find not a very good doctor, but the very best doctor to manage my doner more so than your average HT patient. 

The consultation in London with Dr.Pradeep and Dr. Arika was great. Dr.Pradeep and Dr.Arika are lovely genuine people with very warm hearts. The consultation was informal, more of a conversation type. Any questions or concerns I had were answered. Speaking of Consultations , Dr Pradeep is travelling over to Mexico, and all over America, and Canada for free consultations in a few weeks time.

I'm a norwood 6, and when I look back and see the amazing results of norwood 7s that the doctors have achieved , with so little doner supposedly. When they met me it must have been like, "no problem whatsoever." Lots of patients that go to Eugenix, who are very high norwoods,  have been turned down by other clinics because their skill set is up to a certain point. This is where I found EUGENIX stood out ,and had a lot more to offer. 

Paddy.

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Ok thanks for the feedback... 

So @Melvin-Moderator let’s look at this then. We have..

1. A centre like Eugenix that can give you an illlusion of a head of hair.. that can treat high norwoods with a poor donor area, that is relatively cheap, by a recommended on here doctor, without really having to take medication. 
 

isn’t this the holy grail?

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@Jonboy81  your correct in saying that Eugenix can give you an illusion of a head of Hair. Yes they are definately outstanding as results have shown around this forum and elsewhere with delivering excellent results for high norwoods. They are also excellent at making the most of managing very limited doner on scalp, and at the same time not overharvesting the doner area ,and also using Beard hair. 

Your comment about not really having to take medication is a matter of personal choice. Plenty of patients that go to Eugenix and have a HT do take medication. Plenty of patients that go to Eugenix don't take medication,  and I am one of those. There is no right or wrong, it depends on each individuals choice.

As you say Eugenix is cheap. Yes , Eugenix are really competitively priced . For example surgery led by Dr.Arika is €1.80 per graft. 

Yes Eugenix are recommended on this forum. All the patients with positive results are the true holders of the holy grail .

Paddy

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It says on their website 120 rupees for one lead by dr Arika Bansal. 

120 rupees would be 1.55€. Where does it say it costs 1.80€ per graft? 

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On 2/5/2020 at 10:48 PM, paddyirishman said:

7 TH WEEK UPDATE.

ALL GOING WELL . ENJOYING LIFE AND TAKING THINGS AS THEY COME. STILL IN THE MIDDLE OF THE UGLY DUCKLING PHASE. NOTHING MAJOR TO REPORT. MEETING PEOPLE AS NORMAL AND NOBODY MAKING ANY COMMENTS.  STILL USING JOHNSON'S BABY SHAMPOO, AND ALOE VERA ON THE RECIPENT AS A MOISTURISER. 

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Hey paddy hope your well! I’ve got some of the aloe Vera that you recommended can I ask what is your full routine regarding products? All the best 👍

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