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FUE Pricing

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What are the costs for "FUE" surgery?

I have seen some listed on doctors websites quite clearly while others have no mention of it.

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Shang

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In terms of US prices, i've seen top clinics charging from $6 to $10 a graft. It's a shame there's no quality clinics that do FUE in canada because that's the place to get more G's for your pound. Not sure about euroland, but I think the pound is stronger against the dollar than the euro. Eurolands well expensive at the moment, went to ireland a couple of weeks ago, and there aint much left in my arse pocket.
 
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Bigmac

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Best to look on the doctors websites or contact them directly as some prices may have changed without websites being updated.

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Bigmac wrote:
Best to look on the doctors websites or contact them directly as some prices may have changed without websites being updated.

bm.
Thankyou Bigmac, makes sense.

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janna

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Shang wrote:
It's a shame there's no quality clinics that do FUE in canada because that's the place to get more G's for your pound.
I always thought the top clinics in Canada charged US dollars as opposed to Canadian.


 
janna

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Thanks BM - I obviously didn't know that. What does he charge per graft?
 
Bigmac

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Hi Janna.

Looking at Dr Rahals pricing stucture i would say it averages at 4 dollars per graft.

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Bigmac

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No worrires,it is for fut(strip) as Dr Rahal currently does not offer fue.
 
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The fact that I have had multiple procedures leaving me with lots of scar's FUE is most likely the only option for me. I hope that prices will come down with more Dr's providing the service. ;)

I would love to have my scars revised and excise some grafts at the same time to make it more affordable. However, with all the great HT Dr's being overseas I can't just drop by and have my donor area assessed. It would be difficult to commit to this kind of procedure based on an online consultation.*nl
 
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JJ09 wrote:
The fact that I have had multiple procedures leaving me with lots of scar's FUE is most likely the only option for me. I hope that prices will come down with more Dr's providing the service. ;)

I would love to have my scars revised and excise some grafts at the same time to make it more affordable. However, with all the great HT Dr's being overseas I can't just drop by and have my donor area assessed. It would be difficult to commit to this kind of procedure based on an online consultation.*nl
JJ, where are you from?

Are there no doctors in your area?

Chappers.
 
Bigmac

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Fue does seem to getting ever more popular with more doctors offering it.

Just make sure you do enough research before deciding on which doctor you go to.

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Hi chappers

I €™m from Sydney Australia.;)

Based on a few consultations I have had in the last year or so, the OZ Doctors do not inspire much confidence and furthermore none are showcasing any patients online, apart from Dr Woods whom I have had previous procedures with.

Z:B Bigmac
 
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