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Sunil (5315 fuht + 110 beard grafts)/ 1 session/ 8 month (Dr. A\'s Clinic)


#21

» Dr. Arvind
»
» What do you do about quality control when you have other doctors working
» for you?
hi,

What class of hair loss does this guy have?


#22

» » Dr. Arvind
» »
» » What do you do about quality control when you have other doctors
» working
» » for you?
» hi,
»
» What class of hair loss does this guy have?

I don’t see one that fits his category. His hair is almost all gone on the top but his crown seems pretty full and he has good density on the sides and back.


#23

» » Isnt this Dr Ruby’s case. I read V saying so somewhere.
» »
» » Not to take any credit away from Dr A. In fact, more credit to him that
» he
» » not only is very capable in his own right, he also has trained fellow
» » doctors.
» »
» » Atleast one of whom, Dr Ruby, I think can hold her own against H&W,
» Armani
» » etc. Sunil’s transformation is just remarkable.
» »
» » Dr. Ruby, I will be on the lookout for more such results from you. Keep
» up
» » the good work.
»
» Dear Bryan2,
» Yes, this is indeed Dr. Ruby’s case.
»
» I feel proud to say that she is very talented and gifted in the art of
» hair restoration. It has been a pleasure to have a trainee resident like
» her.
»
» Reminds me of a conversation I was having with today’s patient. He was
» undergoing his 2nd HT with us (strip + bht), and he said that “you really
» good HT doctors must think of the patient as a masterpiece of art and take
» pride in the beauty you create”.
»
» I said, its truly satisfying to see the results of ones work.
»
»
» But its even better to see marvellous work from someone whom you taught.
» Yesterday, I entered the procedure room of Dr. Sangay and a first glance at
» the patient made me wonder where hair would be transplanted. They were
» taking pictures before marking the area to be transplanted.
»
» Then they told me that the patient had already undergone a HT an year ago
» by Dr. Sangay and had come for a touch up session to fill in further
» recession.
»
» That, at a casual glance, I could not suspect an HT, under bright
» flourescent lights, made me really proud and happy.
»
» Regards,
» Dr. A

Dr. A, does the patient get to choose whether to have you or Dr. Ruby do the procedure? How is that determined and do you charge more for the procedure if you do that yourself rather than haivng one of your doctors do it?


#24

» » Dear Bryan2,
» » Yes, this is indeed Dr. Ruby’s case.
» »
» » I feel proud to say that she is very talented and gifted in the art of
» » hair restoration. It has been a pleasure to have a trainee resident
» like
» » her.
» »
» » Reminds me of a conversation I was having with today’s patient. He was
» » undergoing his 2nd HT with us (strip + bht), and he said that “you
» really
» » good HT doctors must think of the patient as a masterpiece of art and
» take
» » pride in the beauty you create”.
» »
» » I said, its truly satisfying to see the results of ones work.
» »
» »
» » But its even better to see marvellous work from someone whom you
» taught.
» » Yesterday, I entered the procedure room of Dr. Sangay and a first glance
» at
» » the patient made me wonder where hair would be transplanted. They were
» » taking pictures before marking the area to be transplanted.
» »
» » Then they told me that the patient had already undergone a HT an year
» ago
» » by Dr. Sangay and had come for a touch up session to fill in further
» » recession.
» »
» » That, at a casual glance, I could not suspect an HT, under bright
» » flourescent lights, made me really proud and happy.
» »
» » Regards,
» » Dr. A
»
» Dr. A, does the patient get to choose whether to have you or Dr. Ruby do
» the procedure? How is that determined and do you charge more for the
» procedure if you do that yourself rather than haivng one of your doctors do
» it?

Thats something I was wondering about too? I tried getting your dates but your staff emailed me that you are booked till November 2008. If I have to book with one of the doctors you trained, I will appreciate your staff showcasing their results.


#25

Dear stitchmeup, HMorHT, bryan,

Unlike most new hair transplant surgeon aspirants, our resident doctors do not begin with a cold start.

Their training has been thorough and long and aims to rival the specialisation courses run in other fields of medicine.
Exposure to a wide variety of patient cases, constant access to experienced advise, working in conjunction with veteran technicians and constant peer review.
These are just some of the elements that ensure that this new generation of HT doctors provide the best to their patients.

I believe them to be among the best in the world.
However, I will let their results speak for themselves.

Meantime, the patient chooses the operating surgeon at the time of booking his/her procedure dates.

Regards,
Dr. A


#26

» Dear stitchmeup, HMorHT, bryan,
»
» Unlike most new hair transplant surgeon aspirants, our resident doctors do
» not begin with a cold start.
»
» Their training has been thorough and long and aims to rival the
» specialisation courses run in other fields of medicine.
» Exposure to a wide variety of patient cases, constant access to
» experienced advise, working in conjunction with veteran technicians and
» constant peer review.
» These are just some of the elements that ensure that this new generation
» of HT doctors provide the best to their patients.
»
» I believe them to be among the best in the world.
» However, I will let their results speak for themselves.
»
» Meantime, the patient chooses the operating surgeon at the time of booking
» his/her procedure dates.
»
» Regards,
» Dr. A

Aren’t you worried that your student doctors may start their own clinics to compete with you after they have learned everything they need from your clinic? For example, Bisanga used to work for Cole now he has his own clinic.


#27

» Aren’t you worried that your student doctors may start their own clinics
» to compete with you after they have learned everything they need from your
» clinic? For example, Bisanga used to work for Cole now he has his own
» clinic.

Dear stitchmeup,
The need of the hour is more well trained doctors.
There are enough BAD ones giving “competition” without even bothering to learn how to perform HT properly.

Good doctors not willing to train others and new doctors not willing to commit time and effort to learn is the two fold problem with the HT field.

Its our endeavour to set this right.

Regards,
Dr. A


#28

» » Aren’t you worried that your student doctors may start their own clinics
» » to compete with you after they have learned everything they need from
» your
» » clinic? For example, Bisanga used to work for Cole now he has his own
» » clinic.
»
» Dear stitchmeup,
» The need of the hour is more well trained doctors.
» There are enough BAD ones giving “competition” without even bothering to
» learn how to perform HT properly.
»
» Good doctors not willing to train others and new doctors not willing to
» commit time and effort to learn is the two fold problem with the HT
» field.

»
» Its our endeavour to set this right.
»
» Regards,
» Dr. A

Good answer, good mentality, we need more doctors like you. Keep up the good work.