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Best Hair Transplant in INDIA | Patient Review - DermaClinix

Hair Transplant in INDIA by Dr Kavish Chouhan - DermaClinix

Presenting hair transplant success story of one of our happy patients(having grade 4 male pattern baldness) in his own words at DermaClinix - The Complete Skin and Hair Solution Center. Results are after 1 sitting post-OP 9 months of undergoing Hair Transplant Procedure. A total of 3500 grafts were implanted in the frontal area via B.E.S.T. FUE Technique by Dr. Kavish Chouhan at DermaClinix - The Complete Skin and Hair Solution Center. Dr. Kavish Chouhan has been performing surgeries in India, Indore, Dhar & Nepal at our centers for the past 11 years. He is also a member of - ISHRS (USA).

He didn't feel any pain or uneasiness during the surgery. After 3 months of the surgery, Hair started to grow and he started noticing the change in look. But after 6 months of surgery, the Density of hair improved with an increase in length. Hair transplant changed everything for him!!

He thanked Dr. Kavish Chouhan and the team for taking good care of him during the treatment. We Love spreading happiness amongst our patients & leave them Satisfied.

Qualification of Dr. Kavish Chouhan is MBBS, MD (Dermatology from AIIMS).

Being a top hair transplant clinic in India, we aim to deliver the best results to our patients. We use the latest equipment and innovative technologies that ensure the most natural and desirable hair transplant results. We also follow the best hygienic practices in order to provide a comfortable experience to our patients. The center is headed by a world-renowned hair transplant surgeon - Dr. Kavish Chouhan and Dr. Amrendra Kumar, DermaClinix.

At DermaClinix: We believe in perfection and that is clearly visible in our standards of care and results. We boast of having very sophisticated and ultra-modern Hair transplant Suites.

Hair transplant is a blend of surgical and artistic skills that removes hair follicles from one part of the body, called the 'donor site', to a bald or balding part of the body known as the 'recipient site'.

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