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  1. When the poster made a valid point, stating why would he pay such a high price for Dr Armani but end up getting someone else, they came back saying that whilst Dr Armani doesn't actually do the extractions ect he marks every single FUE graft on the donor area so his people know which ones to pick!!!!

     

    2000 in a day? It would take a day to mark out the 2000 he was going to take :ph34r:


  2. Run a search on Armani <_< His reputation as an agressive surgeon and agressive misleading marketing proceed him. - (remember the FUE machine :huh:)oh an the classic fully booked for 4 months ..but we can offer you a discount as we have had a cancellation...again :rolleyes: He performs good artisic work but unethical in his approach towards patient especially young ones. This is old news as many know his work... Use up the donor in one session and hope they never lose any more hair <_< Oh yeah and here's your huge bill!

    Marketing at its very worst :ph34r: Another of his fabrications. His no.1 fan on here Johnny even thinks its disgusting ..say no more :rolleyes:

    What the fuek is a fue machine? :blink:


  3. disgusting marketing :ph34r:

    armani king of the bullshiters :ph34r:

     

    Completely agree!

     

    I'm not the type to have verbal fights over which doctor is best....but this is exactly the reason I didn't go to Armani.

     

    My opinion....limited as it is because I've not spoken to Dr Armani himself, but his clinic comes across the least ethical and the most capitalist of the other top docs.

     

    I spoke with and exchanged emails with his clinic and I was completely turned off by them. Probably because I've suffered from 'slick sales and marketing' without any soul when I have suckered into having HTs in the UK.

     

    It seems that Rahal and Feller are passionate about their work, extremely caring for their patients and charge a fee which is reasonable, but i did not get the same experience from Armani!

    Is he actually a bad surgeon, ie, bad results, or is it just the marketing whats bad? Only asking coz ive never heard of him. If hes the person on the link PB posted first, i can understand why people dont like him, i can also understand why theres a hand in front just about to strangle him.


  4. will definitly be worth taking some films to watch as they do have a DVD player in there.. (I think one of the pics shows this in the cabinet) I'm not sure if UK/PAL dvd's will work tho?

    You could just make "back-ups" on Nero of your DVDs and make them region free ;)


  5. I don't mate - you will just have to trust me on it but if you have seen any of the SAW movies you can get a good idea :huh:

    holy s&*^ it must have been a mess (donor area) sounds like Dr. Feller has done extremely well to do the repair from such a bad donor area. I bet the patient is over the moon. Do you know if the doc did any scar repair on the patient?


  6. Prison inmate demands bald cure

     

    May 2007

     

    A prisoner has demanded to know why a baldness cure is not available to follically-challenged inmates.

     

    The lag wrote to offenders` newspaper Inside Time to ask why he could not get hold of the anti-hair loss drug Propecia.

     

    The product is a brand name for the drug finasteride, which can be prescribed to counter male-pattern baldness.

    The prisoner, who was not named, wrote: "Can Inside Time tell me why Propecia would not appear to be available to prisoners through healthcare, as it is certainly available under the NHS."

     

    It was not disclosed if the prisoner who wrote the letter was bald.

     

    Fiona Pearson, of the Prison Service`s health service, replied: "Propecia is only available on private prescription from GPs in England, following a Department of Heath consultation in 2000."

     

    Hair loss news

     

    Hi bill, Fiona pearson is right, propecia/finasteride is not available on the NHS as the inmate claims. You would expect the inmate to spend his time worrying about the offence hes done rather than how many hairs hes got on his head :unsure:

     


  7. If thats the best the UK has to offer then i am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo glad i got it done right first time round in the US! This is shockingly bad and how anyone can say its not bad needs to stop chuffing on the green :ph34r: You may well have seen worse but this is shocking in my book <_<

    I dont think anyone (certainly not me) is saying its not "bad", it is, but to a lot of the uk ones its not "that" bad...eg., http://www.baldrus.com/transplant.shtml please see link (for patient experiences) and picture, this is what i would expect from some uk clinics (as i stress i am absolutely not mentioning ANY names what-so-ever, if ANY clinic objects contact me and i will delete the post), as you can see its far worse...some might say "pubic" :angry:

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  8. That is pre-op <_<

     

    Wouldnt you say thats one very good result for a UK HT!! :huh: I am used to seeing a lot worse repair patients with really obvious pubes. I think this guy has good hair characteristics to achieve that (matching hair colour and texture from the donor).

    I agree, that was far from a really bad HT, there is usually thick wirey hairs, in groups of 2-3-4-5 with gaps between, it actually does not (at least on the pics) to be really that bad, having said that it is too low, too straight, too thick and too "neat" as PB said like it has been done with a ruler. Still there is i think a big improvement after the repair...but...if i had one like that (pre-op) i would not be immensely dissapointed, but i guess seeing it in the flesh rather that on a picture maybe it would be bad. Who did this HT? Or is it a clinic that will moan if its mentioned? :blink:


  9. Superb results, far better...what is the shape drawn in marker on his crown for? Is this scalp reduction? :huh:

     

    Dr Feller doesn't do scalp reductions :o The markings will be the areas where he will plant hairs so that the guy can do a semi comb-over to cover the bald area left. Spex mentioned that his donor was limited after his previous butcherings so he won't have enough to fill the whole crown.

    Oh right i get it now. I think its good (very) that he does not do scalp reduction, they are not nice. Some of the apparently reputable uk ones still are though...dunno which ones :ph34r:


  10. ANY CLINICS READING THE COMMENTS MADE ARE NOT AT A PARTICULAR CLINIC, IF ANY CLINIC THINKS IT IS ***PLEASE CONTACT ME DIRECT*** AND I WILL EDIT MY MESSAGE, AND I ASSUME I AM NOT DOING ANYTHING WRONG IN COMPLIMENTING THE ROGERS CLINIC.

    Hi jaym,

     

    Has that clinic, that you are not mentioning <_< , had their lawyers contact you yet about complimenting the Rogers Clinic :unsure: :P ?

    :lol: NOT YET :ph34r: , How many grafts are you having this time PB, and is this your last HT or have you more donor hair left?


  11. Day 6 photos

     

    Stitches are itchy - looking forward to removing!

     

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    Looking at the front it should look very natural, and that donor scar is amazingly neat...i guess things have changed for some clinics instead of the kind of "tram line" effect (which i have :angry: ). Good luck with it. I think it is really good a surgeon comes on here and regularly keeps progress updated. I guess this means you have nothing to hide (unlike some, NOT NAMING ANY IN PARTICULAR) and are proud of your work. A shining example to other UK clinics (AGAIN NOT NAMING ANY IN PARTICULAR), also i actually contacted this clinic a month ago for repair work, in an email and got a reply THE SAME DAY which i think is very impressive.

    ANY CLINICS READING THE COMMENTS MADE ARE NOT AT A PARTICULAR CLINIC, IF ANY CLINIC THINKS IT IS ***PLEASE CONTACT ME DIRECT*** AND I WILL EDIT MY MESSAGE, AND I ASSUME I AM NOT DOING ANYTHING WRONG IN COMPLIMENTING THE ROGERS CLINIC.


  12. My flights were already booked but yesterday I booked my hotel - decided to go to the Broadway Plaza again - it is a bit expensive but I didn't want to take any risks and end up in some filthy dump like the Pennsylvania <_< I stayed at the Broadway Plaza last June when I went for consultations in New York and didn't find anything to complain about except for the price - it averages around $250/night <_< - I think the Andrew is just as expensive though. My wife didn't like Great Neck and wants to stay in Manhattan so that she can spend all my money (what's left of it after my HT :huh: ) at Maceys :o

     

    Oh, and for any newbies going to Manhattan with wives that like shopping at Maceys, remember to go to the tourist office there and get a tax form, just show your passport and they will give you one - you can shop tax free after that and it makes a difference :D

    Good luck with it PB m8 :)


  13. Here's my day 4 photo - not looking too bad - the scabs have loosened a bit and the donor site is feeling much better. With a bit of hairstyling and Nanogen, it would be even better and I'm sure the average person wouldn't notice.

     

     

    I've not had any shock loss nor have the grafts shed yet. We use the improved storage solutions for every patient. Although it doesn't stop shedding every time, it does seem to help. I'll let you know.

    Looks good Dr, very neat & tidy job, you can hardly tell.


  14. I can remember the disclaimer, and yes its on the day of surgery...about 5 minutes before to be precise. It basically has small print at the bottom (pointed out to me months later by another of his victims) saying "Dr. Norton can be held in no way responsible if the results of the transplant are not to the patients liking, or the transplant does not work" of course you sign this, and yes you are so nervous you dont read the small print :angry: Still i guess it covers his back.


  15. Congratulations Dr. Rogers., personally i do think you are right to not got a massive amount, it makes sense to me. I have always looked at ht and wondered how what will eventually be a receeding horse shoe cover an entire bald head and give a teenagers hair-line, yet still remain there aswell...doesn't sound possible. I think you are wise to get a bit rather than risking what could eventually be a thick, al-be-it natural looking hairline plonked on top of a bald head...no offence anybody this just makes sense to me, not that im an expert.


  16. Unfortunately the women throwing themselves at me aren't the ones I'm interested in <_< That's why I haven't got HIV or hepatitis <_< I'm not really into obese diabetic 50+ women with orange peel cellulite flabby skin, varicose veins and sagging flabby tits propped on top of a bloated stretch-marked belly <_< Hopefully some more hair will resolve this problem and will get the younger firmer ones throwing themselves at me <_<

    :lol: Good luck in your quest pb.

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