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Hair transplant in Buenos Aires(before-after pics in gallery

PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:22 am
by Newlife4me2
Hi everyone. Iam new to this forum but i belong to PSJourneys with another nickname. I had my first hair transplant with dr Marcelo Rodriguez last week. Iam currently in Argentina until next week when dr rodriguez will remove my stitches from the back area.
I wanted to tell you my experience since iam a woman and not many people know that we might need hair transplants too. I started with my problem after a very painful situation years ago and since then, ive been hiding myself with all kind of hats. Iam thrilled with my results even though i know i have to wait.
He is wonderful as a doctor and as a person. I researched in Mexico since iam from Dallas but doctors there wanted to do it in2 times. Here he did it once. Which is great since i do not have to go through another surgery soon.

Buenos Aires is amazing and people are very warm. I had an assistant so it was easy for me since i do not speak spanish at all. I ate steak, wines, Malbec is the best.

My surgery lasted around 4 hours and it was done in a private clinic. I had a great time here so far.

I will post my pics in the gallery and in a couple of months i will update you .
Do not be afraid to do this if you are a woman. I did hide my face in the pics since my parents do not know WHY i came down to Argentina!

Stay in touch and email me if you have questions about the surgery.

Thanks to both forums for such a great information that made my research something important.

Petra Davis

PostPosted: Thu Apr 24, 2008 7:32 pm
by sherriann
Hi Petra,
Thank you for posting as it gave me the courage to post. I also am a woman and had a hair transplant. I went to Costa Rica, found out about it through and like you I am so happy with the procedure. I chose to go abroad because I didn't want anyone to know. My hair was really thinning on the front crown and since I was already thinking of some other cosmetic procedures I thought why not, men do it. I thought the doctors and the all the people there were warm and friendly. I stayed at Case de la Mariposa a recovery retreat, I also had a tummy tuck and breast implants. I had my surgery almost 3 months ago and am beginning to see the real change it is making. Will take longer to see the full effect, Dr. Rosenstock said about six months, but I am glad that it takes a while so it is less noticable. I too will post some photos but no face shots as I am trying to keep this low key. Hope this helps others know that women can have a hair transplant too!


PostPosted: Sun Jun 01, 2008 8:43 am
by hongkongbunny
I am glad that both of you are on the site. As a woman I do want to see pictures nd discuss this this in the future


PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:53 pm
by Suzyq27
Hongkongbunny - you should go to Bangkok for hair transplantation - I had facelift scars covered and eyebrows thickened at the BEST place for hair transplants - that's all they do there and they have a very busy clinic with people from all over the world.

I will post the clinic's name (is it allowed?)

It cost a fraction of what I was quoted in Australia.

thank you

PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 1:14 pm
by hongkongbunny
thank you for your help with my hair. i really appreciate it. Could you tell me about the place so i will book it for as soon a spossible.

Thank you very much


PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 1:20 pm
by hongkongbunny
I have not been checking the hair transplant section Suzy Q

sorry! do you have pics?

PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 7:48 am
by Suzyq27
HKBunny - where do you live?
I am in HK too...maybe I can show you....

But have to be quick, I am leaving Hk very soon!

PostPosted: Fri Feb 06, 2009 2:57 pm
by Confused1
It bothers me that the top 2 posters on this thread never posted a follow up on their procedures.