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#1

I have a guy asking about DHI experiences, testimonials, negative/positive reviews. Can folks post what they know so I can give this information to the guy asking questions? I have my own opinions and actually have met a DHI doctor from working with a clinic that did business with them:-( but I hate to be slanted based on my own knowledge only. Thanks in advance.:slight_smile:


#2

» I have a guy asking about DHI experiences, testimonials, negative/positive
» reviews. Can folks post what they know so I can give this information to
» the guy asking questions? I have my own opinions and actually have met a
» DHI doctor from working with a clinic that did business with them:-( but
» I hate to be slanted based on my own knowledge only. Thanks in advance.:slight_smile:

Hi hairtech
When I first started getting pissed off with my hairloss.I went for a consultation with Norton in the UK.
The Norton clinic sales consultant scared the shit out of me.This might be because I’m in selling direct to the public,In other words I can tell a cowboy conman a mile away.At this point I’d not done a lot of research on hairloss/transplants,etc.I never knew at the time they had the UK’s worse name,along with perhaps the rest in the UK,but they seem to have the worse name.

They do regular strip scar hair transplants,but they offer FUE appointments every few months,usually a weeks worth of appointments - They fly over a FUE hair transplant specialist - one that works for DHL.

If thats any indictation,do not touch them,stay away.

I’m slightly interested in the responces you may get,to,just out of interest.

Yes DHL have a great looking website,but what does that mean,really.

Oh by the way,I’m not that pissed off anymore(Perhaps not as pissed off,at least).I now shave my hair down with balding clippers,less hair seems more,but I’d still like more hair.Hair transplants seem to risky,or I’m to scared of the risks!

ROLL ON HM!

BALDIE42


#3

I appreciate the words man… I hope more folks come to reply also!


#4

» I appreciate the words man… I hope more folks come to reply also!

I would stay away from DHI.

They did several FUE megasessions with their “magic wand” a few years back and I’m pretty sure not a single hair grew.
Mr Giotis has no shame and they were kicked off another forum after several people complained and they also had some other issues with bad hygiene.

Ask Peter Mac by the way, he worked there for a while but quit.


#5

» » I appreciate the words man… I hope more folks come to reply also!
»
» I would stay away from DHI.
»
» They did several FUE megasessions with their “magic wand” a few years back
» and I’m pretty sure not a single hair grew.
» Mr Giotis has no shame and they were kicked off another forum after
» several people complained and they also had some other issues with bad
» hygiene.
»
» Ask Peter Mac by the way, he worked there for a while but quit.

I think the fact they advertise everywhere possible, except forums where people can express an opinion says a lot about the quality. By rights with their huge marketing budgets and the gimmicks they try and entice you with, they should have loads of happy patients, just hard to track them down… Strange


#6

I met one of the doctors once… Dr. Zontos. He was coming to the united states to learn FUE from a doctor I was working for.