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    Default Best fue doctor in india - please help!

    HEY

    I AM A 28YO MALE PLANNING ON HAVING A HAIR TRANSPLANT IN INDIA IN JANUARY 2013 TO LOWER MY HAIRLINE. I HAVE BEEN TOLD I WILL NEED FROM 1500 - 2800 GRAFTS TO LOWER THE HAIRLINE BY 2CM. I HAVE DECIDED ON THE FUE METHOD.

    I HAVE NARROWED IT DOWN TO THE INDIAN DOCTORS IN THE LIST BELOW -

    Dr Arvind Poswal

    Dr K Ramachandran

    Dr Tejinder Bhatti

    Dr Madhu


    CAN ANYONE RECOMMEND WHICH OF THESE IS THE BEST? OR IF THERE ARE ANY OTHER GOOD FUE DOCTOR'S IN INDIA?

    IT WOULD BE GREAT TO TALK TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE HAD TRANSPLANTS WITH THESE DOCTORS SO PLEASE MESSAGE ME.

    I WILL POST PHOTOS AND UPDATES WHENEVER I GET THE TRANSPLANT DONE.


    THANKS.

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    No idea abt these doctors. Personally, I don't recommend HT in India. I did some research and Dr. Bessam Farjo in UK is closest good doctor.

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    why would not not recommend a hair transplant in india?

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    Probably because the doctors you mentioned do not come highly recommended

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    they come highly recommended on other forums though.

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    Do these docs. have any websites where we can see some of their work , presuming the photot's are real

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisdude View Post
    they come highly recommended on other forums though.
    Let's face it, this is really the only forum that counts. The rest either sell hair transplants and hair loss products or have banner ads for BS hair loss products. If they are not talked about here, be very careful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravegrover View Post
    No idea abt these doctors. Personally, I don't recommend HT in India. I did some research and Dr. Bessam Farjo in UK is closest good doctor.
    Hi ravegrover I am from India I am consider Dr Narender kaushik from India for HT .I cannot afford to go abroad .his website is http://www.olmeccosmeticsurgery.com .can you please give some suggestion.

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    Dude if you're under 35 (which you probably are) I don't recommend getting an HT anywhere. It's not the one-time miracle cure as it's touted. You will only jump from the frying pan into the fire.

    First one has to stabilize hair-loss with Finasteride and then consider an HT at a later stage from a reputed surgeon abroad.

    My advise is to accept your hairloss and forget about it. Instead focus on getting a healthy body and mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravegrover View Post
    Dude if you're under 35 (which you probably are) I don't recommend getting an HT anywhere. It's not the one-time miracle cure as it's touted. You will only jump from the frying pan into the fire.

    First one has to stabilize hair-loss with Finasteride and then consider an HT at a later stage from a reputed surgeon abroad.

    My advise is to accept your hairloss and forget about it. Instead focus on getting a healthy body and mind.
    Thanks ravegrover for your reply.yes u r right I am 28 .I am in norwood 6 stage.I am unmarried I just wanted to get HT done before marriage.is there no good doc for HT in India?did u see his results on website ( http://www.olmeccosmeticsurgery.com )i know it is difficult to conclude just by looking at the website but in case if it had given u some idea.or should I consider H& W after few years .

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