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Dr De Reys or Hair Dr Clinic

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Baldingman23

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I’ve been researching HT’s for around 6 years now and have been set on using Dr De Reys due to cost and success stories I’ve read about. I’ve now come to a part in my life where I will be able afford plus have the time to have a HT done. I’m a teacher during the week and play in a rock band at weekends. I’ve started researching again due to now knowing it’s going to happen soon and I’ve read quite a few success stories about Hair Dr Clinic. Now being in the UK myself Hair Dr Clinic would suit me better and the price is quite reasonable too. What are your opinions on this which one of the 2 would you pick??
 
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Bigmac

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Hi Baldingman23.
What level of hair loss are you at? Are you taking any preventative measures such as hair loss medications to maintain your existing hair?
I can`t say I`ve seen too much of Dr De Reys work, not many seem to document it. There are a lot of examples and patient results from The HairDr. Try reaching out and speaking to patients from both doctors. Send your pictures to both and see what they advise.
 
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Baldingman23

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Hi Bigmac. I have a thinning crown and need my frontal quarter filled in with hair line rebuilt. I was close to booking Dr De Reys last year as the price was good but being a school teacher I could only go certain times of the year and unfortunately the time I wanted was full. He was the head surgeon at ProHairClinic a while ago and people said he gave some great results and is very conservative with graphs. As I only planning on having one hair transplant I really want to make sure I get it right.
 
Bigmac

Bigmac

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Price can be a determining factor but it should not be over and above quality. Look at results, speak with patients if possible. Both doctors may be of equal ability and both produce similar quality results, so it is down to you to make the final decision.
What was Dr De Reys plan of action for you?
It would be good to see a picture of your hair loss.
 
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Baldingman23

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Dr De Reys said I would need about 1500-2000 graphs in the frontal quarter. Hair Dr Clinic just got back to me with 2500-3000 grafts
Price wise you are looking at £000 for Dr De Reys and £9000 for Hair Dr Clinic. I’ve included some photos.

the handy thing about Hair Dr Clinic is that it’s in the UK where I live.

This is the thing, it’s a mind field out there with choices, prices, where to have it done
 

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Bigmac

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Are you taking any meds?
There`s no price for De Reys. Has he a website as I could not find one.
 
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Baldingman23

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No I’m not taking meds and I’d like to avoid that route if possible. Here is Dr De Reys website

Tried to post link in here of Dr De Reys website but it said I’ve reached my limit??

search best hair clinics and then find Dr De Reys in Belgium
 
Bigmac

Bigmac

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See if you can add a link now? I could only find a landing type page. The other page you mentioned is just a directory.
 
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Baldingman23

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hair-clinics.com/clinics/dr-rudi-de-reys-antwerp-bel
 
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Bigmac

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That’s not his website. Not sure how they’ve obtained accurate pricing.

This is the only website type thing that I can find.

 
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Baldingman23

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Oh right ok. Dr De Reys quoted me £3500 for 1500 graphs via email
 
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Toms

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I contacted Hair Dr a week or so ago and sent my pictures for a quote, still waiting for them to get back to me, I chased them up a couple of days back. My hair loss is a bit worse than yours behind.
 
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Toms

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Had a reply from the clinic now and they said to send everything again, hopefully third time lucky.
 
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