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1000 Graft Fut Dr Harris Haseeb, Nottingham.

Discussion in 'Hair Transplant & Doctors | Europe & Worldwide' started by mikeyt, Jun 1, 2017.

  1. mikeyt

    mikeyt New Member

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    Cheers, this was the look I wanted to go for initially particularly not knowing wether I would experience further loss in the future or if Propecia would continue to work. I wouldn’t rule out a further procedure in the future once I can determine its 100% stable.
     
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    SteveTabernack Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Hey that's cool man.

    I would personally say, that with you being on propecia, you could have easily gone for like 1800 grafts and still been very conservative. I'm not an expert by any means though.

    However, if it gives you peace of mind then that is by far the most important thing. Congrats.
     
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    Recon_s Established Member My Regimen

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    Big improvement that's a success started off small now you know your a good candidate for anymore treatment further down the line
     
  4. Sam Payne

    Sam Payne New Member My Regimen

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    Hi mikey

    I am also looking into Dr harris haseeb but cannot find much about him online in terms of fourms. Trust pilot has loads of positive thing but not sure if these can be trusted. How is your hair now ? Where the results good ? Did you find much about him.online?

    Cheers
     
  5. mikeyt

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    Hi Sam,

    Yes I struggled to find much in terms of forum searches. In my experience a hair transplant is a big deal, the research, the build up the transplant itself and then waiting for your results. I am very happy with my results and I’m greatful everyday that this “issue” is no longer an issue. The transplant and it’s results has become part of daily life and you become less aware of it and I think that is perhaps why there aren’t many reviews because clients are content and then move on without thinking or sharing their feedback.

    To answer your questions I have attached some photos of my new hair line after 10 months

    I hope this helps please feel free to get in touch if you need anything else.

    Mike
     

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    Thanks you your quick reply.I was just getting really nervous as I didn't see many fourms for Dr Haseeb , I think yours was the only one I came across . Not sure if you found any others . My consultation with him will be in the next couple of months. I did hear that haseeb did one of Joe swash hair transplant which make me feel abit more confident. It just you hear that many horror stories about hair transplants . Would you recommend Dr Haseeb then ? Do you mind me asking how much you paid .

    Many thanks
     
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    No problem. I am particular in general so it was a big decision, I tend to have a gut feeling in life and I had that gut feeling regards Harris being the surgeon for me. Can’t fault anything about the process or procedure and very pleased with the results. The hairline blends in great and unless you tell someone they wouldn’t know you had one done. Procedure was approximately £3000 but 0% finance is available as an option if you aren’t in a position to pay up front or as I did simply wish to spread the cost.

    Hope this helps.

    Mike
     
  8. Sam Payne

    Sam Payne New Member My Regimen

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    Hi Mike thanks for the info ,how has your scar healed ?do you mind if I ask for your Facebook if you have one .just so I can see youe genuine no offence just you hear all sorts when you look online.

    Cheers
    Sam
     
  9. mikeyt

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    Hello again. The scar is very neat but is very visible if I have a number 1 on the back and sides but that doesn’t bother me in any way. Can’t see it at all if I let it grow a little though. I don’t have Facebook (deleted it last year) but I’ll send you my LinkedIn
     
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    spring15 Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Lovely results for only 1000 grafts. All grafts survived, like a school of salmon grinding up the harsh rivers of Canada, triumphant
     
  11. Sam Payne

    Sam Payne New Member My Regimen

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    dont suppose you could post a picture of your scar please mate ? if possible a few from different times if not just how it is now.
     

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