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Which is Indiaâ€™s best hair transplant clinic and how much does it cost for a hair transplant
EUGENIX HAIR SCIENCES is by far the best Hair Transplant Clinic in India and it definitely is beyond doubt.
Eugenix has two active centres, situated at Gurugram/ Delhi NCR and Mumbai, the other two centres are consulting offices in Bhubaneswar and Dehradun. The Gurugram/ Delhi NCR and Mumbai ones being the primary centres where we have surgeries piled up every day.
The reason for terming Eugenix as the best in India is the results we are producing in our surgeries with an almost cent percent uptake with naturalness and donor cosmesis maintenance. The technique adopted by us is the DHT method wherein the grafts are quickly implanted, without challenging them by keeping them outside the body for long, avoiding damage and giving exceptional results.
The team at Eugenix is headed by Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal, both from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS, New Delhi), the premier medical institute of India, and their work in this field of hair transplants is unparalleled and acknowledged by top hair transplant surgeons the world over, being ranked amongst the top ten in the world.
Transplants done by them at Eugenix have a completely natural look and an onlooker will not be able to tell that the particular person has actually had a hair makeover. Hair transplants are an artistic procedure and the bottom line is their dedication and keen gaze that outlines the hairline and the final appearance of the patient.
And to top it all, they have the best team of junior doctors and technicians, with 4-10 years of experience, to help them accomplish their goal.
We at Eugenix have a long list of high-end people and celebrities who have undergone this by us and they themselves advocate our centre, seeing the results that they have achieved.
As far as the cost of hair transplant is concerned, we at Eugenix charge between Rs 120 to Rs 210 ( $ 2-3 ) per graft, varying from one patient to another based upon the number of grafts and the difficulties that we expect to encounter during the procedure.