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Who is the best at FUE?


#1

Hi Guys,

Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani, but I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if I decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.

What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for negotiation?

Thanks,
Peter


#2

» Hi Guys,
»
» Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani, but
» I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if I
» decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» negotiation?
»
» Thanks,
» Peter

Bisanga is a good choice,how about Dr. De Reys,these two are top of my list.I’ve done a lot of reseach recently and over the last year or so.

I’ve asked questions regarding FUE - These two have given answers,showed work they’ve done and so on,a few others have avoided actually answering certain questions.

Good luck


#3

» Hi Guys,
»
» Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani, but
» I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if I
» decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» negotiation?
»
» Thanks,
» Peter

Do you have pics? There are a lot of good FUE doctors, not sure how to determine who’s really the best at FUE. Price (and distance) is becoming more of a deciding factor for me these days. I know people say we shouldn’t make a decision based on price but frankly I have seen good work from Bisanga, Cole, Woods, Arvind, Umar so ultimately it all comes down to $$$$$ and the distance.


#4

» Hi Guys,
»
» Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani, but
» I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if I
» decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» negotiation?
»
» Thanks,
» Peter

When are you thinking of getting FUE? I myself chose Dr. Bisanga and will be getting my HT done next week.


#5

» » Hi Guys,
» »
» » Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» » Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani,
» but
» » I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» » mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if
» I
» » decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» » last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» »
» » What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» » know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» » negotiation?
» »
» » Thanks,
» » Peter
»
» Do you have pics? There are a lot of good FUE doctors, not sure how to
» determine who’s really the best at FUE. Price (and distance) is becoming
» more of a deciding factor for me these days. I know people say we
» shouldn’t make a decision based on price but frankly I have seen good work
» from Bisanga, Cole, Woods, Arvind, Umar so ultimately it all comes down to
» $$$$$ and the distance.

The most consistent results by far have been from Drs. Arvind and Woods. Umar has results but he uses up too many grafts to accomplish what, in my opinion, the other two do in less. I will wait to see more results from Bisanga before I can comment.


#6

» Hi Guys,
»
» Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani, but
» I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if I
» decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» negotiation?
»
» Thanks,
» Peter

dr arvind of course, he has posted more fue results than other doctors, miles ahead of bisanga if we are talking about # of results alone.


#7

» » Hi Guys,
» »
» » Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» » Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani,
» but
» » I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» » mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if
» I
» » decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» » last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» »
» » What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» » know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» » negotiation?
» »
» » Thanks,
» » Peter
»
» When are you thinking of getting FUE? I myself chose Dr. Bisanga and will
» be getting my HT done next week.

I was thinking about doing it in June if I did, lets talk via Email. Please send me one… petejameson1@gmail.com


#8

» Hi Guys,
»
» Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani, but
» I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if I
» decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» negotiation?
»
» Thanks,
» Peter

Dr. Mwamba also has excellent FUE technique and results.

A Few of Mwamba’s Result Links:
900 FIT Result
1000 FIT Result with shaven donor pics
2000 FIT Result
2579 FIT Result
3509 FIT Result
Scar Grafting with BHT
Class 7 Restoration
Donor Healing


#9

» Hi Guys,
»
» Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani, but
» I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if I
» decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» negotiation?
»
» Thanks,
» Peter

Hey Peter,

Dr. Armani will work with you to place your hairline as you want. If you would like a more conservative hairline that can easily be accomplished. When I had my first surgery to cover zones 1,2 and 3, Dr. Armani and I had extensive conversations as to how the grafts would be used to get the best coverage and results.

Here are some examples below:


#10

» The most consistent results by far have been from Drs. Arvind and Woods.
» Umar has results but he uses up too many grafts to accomplish what, in my
» opinion, the other two do in less. I will wait to see more results from
» Bisanga before I can comment.

Your statement is fundamentally flawed. Dr Umar appears to use a lot of grafts because he is the only one out of all of these doctors that has transformed a multitude of patients lives using body hair! He has shown results like no other doctor on the planet in this regard. Heliboy, flash, the latest 10,000 graft patient, KF, need I say more?
Show me any doctor with comparable results using BHT. ANY!?
Body hair is thinner, mostly singles compared to head follicles which are thicker and often doubles and triples. It takes 3-4 times more body hair to achieve what head hair alone would give. That is the math. He has shown an uncanny ability to make body hair work more than the other doctors, and by so doing has given many guys their lives back…lets not use that against him!!!

He is an excellent FUE doctor. I have first hand experience in that regard. To suggest that he is excellent at BHT (an art that has eluded other so called FUE doctors) and somehow not at the top of the list in FUE is simply ridiculous. It’s like accusing a ferrari mechanic of not being good at fixing a toyota! And that my friend is an understatement.


#11

» » The most consistent results by far have been from Drs. Arvind and Woods.
» » Umar has results but he uses up too many grafts to accomplish what, in
» my
» » opinion, the other two do in less. I will wait to see more results from
» » Bisanga before I can comment.
»
»
» Your statement is fundamentally flawed. Dr Umar appears to use a
» lot of grafts because he is the only one out of all of these doctors that
» has transformed a multitude of patients lives using body hair! He has shown
» results like no other doctor on the planet in this regard. Heliboy, flash,
» the latest 10,000 graft patient, KF, need I say more?
» Show me any doctor with comparable results using BHT. ANY!?
» Body hair is thinner, mostly singles compared to head follicles which are
» thicker and often doubles and triples. It takes 3-4 times more body hair to
» achieve what head hair alone would give. That is the math. He has shown an
» uncanny ability to make body hair work more than the other doctors, and by
» so doing has given many guys their lives back…lets not use that against
» him!!!
»
» He is an excellent FUE doctor. I have first hand experience in that
» regard. To suggest that he is excellent at BHT (an art that has eluded
» other so called FUE doctors) and somehow not at the top of the list in FUE
» is simply ridiculous. It’s like accusing a ferrari mechanic of not being
» good at fixing a toyota! And that my friend is an understatement.

Hi Peter 25,

Many patients started off as Norwood 3Vs potential Norwood 4As. They lose the pre-existing hair on the front and the transplanted hair is retained for many years later. Most of these patiens probably would have had very little hair on front if the hair transplant had not been performed, hopefully, along with maximal medical therapy.

The most important thing to remember is that you want you hair to appear natural looking despite future hair loss. If you don’t exhaust your donor resource, then you may even return to add density at a later time in the future.

Ultimately you have to decide on which doctor would approriately accommodate your needs. You must study each doctor’s approach then consult with the one makes you comfortable. Hair loss is a progressive condition that may continue until you have a higher priority or concern.

You must also look at the quality of results and not the qantity. Please remember, you will live with the outcome of the FUE procedure for the remainder of your life so your question is a matter of putting faith in the chosen physician’s insight.


#12

» » » Hi Guys,
» » »
» » » Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» » » Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into
» Armani,
» » but
» » » I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» » » mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties
» if
» » I
» » » decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for
» the
» » » last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for
» now.
» »
» » »
» » » What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do
» you
» » » know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» » » negotiation?
well I wasn’t exactly impressed with woods’s photo gallery. I am leaning more toward cole.
» » »
» » » Thanks,
» » » Peter
» »
» » Do you have pics? There are a lot of good FUE doctors, not sure how to
» » determine who’s really the best at FUE. Price (and distance) is
» becoming
» » more of a deciding factor for me these days. I know people say we
» » shouldn’t make a decision based on price but frankly I have seen good
» work
» » from Bisanga, Cole, Woods, Arvind, Umar so ultimately it all comes down
» to
» » $$$$$ and the distance.
»
» The most consistent results by far have been from Drs. Arvind and Woods.
» Umar has results but he uses up too many grafts to accomplish what, in my
» opinion, the other two do in less. I will wait to see more results from
» Bisanga before I can comment.


#13

» Hi Guys,
»
» Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani, but
» I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if I
» decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» negotiation?
»
» Thanks,
» Peter
woods? Cole?


#14

» » Hi Guys,
» »
» » Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» » Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into Armani,
» but
» » I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» » mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties if
» I
» » decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for the
» » last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for now.
»
» »
» » What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do you
» » know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» » negotiation?
» »
» » Thanks,
» » Peter
»
» Hey Peter,
»
» Dr. Armani will work with you to place your hairline as you want. If you
» would like a more conservative hairline that can easily be accomplished.
» When I had my first surgery to cover zones 1,2 and 3, Dr. Armani and I had
» extensive conversations as to how the grafts would be used to get the best
» coverage and results.
»
» Here are some examples below:
»
»
»
»


»
»

What’s before and what’s after? Im confulsed guys. The procedure may be a bit aggressive, IMO.


#15

me and its a secret lol


#16

» » » Hi Guys,
» » »
» » » Wondering who the best is? Right now I’m most seriously considering
» » » Bisanga, if I do go forward with a HT. I have also looked into
» Armani,
» » but
» » » I think he might be a little too aggressive for my age. I’m in my
» » » mid-twenties, and I don’t want to be screwed when I’m in my thirties
» if
» » I
» » » decided to get a HT now. I’m roughly a Norwood 3V, but propecia for
» the
» » » last 6 months seems to have slowed if not stopped the hairloss for
» now.
» »
» » »
» » » What do you guys think about who else I should look into? Also, do
» you
» » » know if a surgeon’s prices are fixed, or is there some room for
» » » negotiation?
» » »
» » » Thanks,
» » » Peter
» »
» » Hey Peter,
» »
» » Dr. Armani will work with you to place your hairline as you want. If
» you
» » would like a more conservative hairline that can easily be
» accomplished.
» » When I had my first surgery to cover zones 1,2 and 3, Dr. Armani and I
» had
» » extensive conversations as to how the grafts would be used to get the
» best
» » coverage and results.
» »
» » Here are some examples below:
» »
» »
» »
» »


» »
» »
»
» What’s before and what’s after? Im confulsed guys. The procedure may be
» a bit aggressive, IMO.

These are not before and after pictures, they are 3 different patients, all examples of a mature hairline created by Dr. Armani. That is what the original poster wanted to see.