Dr. Tejinder Bhatti


Dr. Tejinder Bhatti

Clinic Locations: Chandigarh, India Practicing Since: 2001 Official Website Phone: +91 9814531111 E-mail Dr. Bhatti

Doctor Bio

Dr. Bhatti has over 10 years experience and has experience with both FUT Strip surgery and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). Today, he performs FUE hair transplant surgery exclusively at his clinic in Chandigarh, India. Dr. Bhatti performs only 1 or 2 cases each day and has the staff and experience to perform sessions of FUE exceeding 2000 grafts in a single day when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti specializes in FUE, scar repair, eyebrow transplantation, and BHT (Body hair transplantation - using hair from various parts of the body to restore hair on the scalp). He also provides prescriptions for Propecia, medical hair loss treatment including low level laser therapy. Dr. Bhatti runs a fully hands-on FUE workshop at his clinic every year at his clinic so that leading physicians around the world can learn from each other. Dr. Bhatti has trained dozens of physicians in the FUE technique in the last 18 months alone. Dr. Bhatti utilizes Dr. Jim Harris' motorized SAFE Scribe for extracting follicular units from the donor site at his practice. In his hands, Dr. Bhatti feels that this device maximizes both quality and quantity of the grafts during the extraction process. Additionally, because this tool uses “blunt dissection” as opposed to a sharp punch, angle and direction of the punch is less critical to avoid transection of the hair follicle. Dr. Bhatti uses a .75mm punch in Caucasian patients due to their finer and thinner hair and prefers using a .85mm punch in Indians. While follicular units obtained via FUE are more fragile, Dr. Bhatti is confident that he can regularly obtain 95% growth yield in the vast majority of patients by carefully extracting/handling grafts and transplanting them within 3 or 4 hours of being harvested. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti is dedicated to natural hairline reconstruction and selects only the finest 1 haired follicular units for placement in the first two rows of the hairline. In order to create the most natural looking hairline and result, Dr Bhatti typically densely packs up to 55 follicular units per square centimeter (FU/cm2). In Asians and Caucasians, Dr. Bhatti staggers the hairline and creates a non-staggered hairline in Africans in order to best mimic nature. Dr. Bhatti uses a combination of small needles and custom cut blades as small as .75mm to create recipient incisions. This ensures a snug and comfortable fit for the extracted follicular units in order to maximize growth yield. Dr. Bhatti is a member of the following organizations: ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery) ASAPS (American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery) Association of Plastic Surgeons of India Indian Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons International College of Cosmetic Surgery Association of Armed Forces Surgeons of India


Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Eyebrow Transplantation Scar Revision Hair Transplant Repair Body Hair Transplant (BHT) Free In-depth consultations Prescriptions for Propecia Medical Treatment for Hair Loss


Patient Details: Age 31, asian Revision Surgeon: Dr. Tejinder Bhatti Grafts: 2500 Details: This 29 year old Filipino was operated upon using the FUT procedure 2 years ago in Manila, Phillipines. The doctor, an itinerant hair transplant surgeon, gave him a feminine hairline. The patient who was previous to the transplant suffering from body dysmorphia due to depp recessions and effacement of the temple point and receded hairline was devastated. He was obsesses with the way the hair transplant had turned out and receded into a shell requiring psychotherapy. Eventually he was referred to Dr Bhatti in Chandigarh, India for a revision from one of the established hair loss forums prominent internationally. The patient was counseled. he was extremely hesitant about the procedure going wrong yet again and needed to be treated with due care and composure. The recesses were redefined to give a masculine hairline by removing the grafts bilaterally using FUE technique (Safe Scribe of Jim Harris with blunt 0.9 mm blunt punch). The low density hairline was given additional density with 1734 grafts. The extracted hairline grafts were also used in the recipient areas. The patient after 9 months of the procedure is a confident happy young man who has returned to his profession as a male nurse in a geriatric hospital in his native country with great zest and vigor.
Patient Details: Indian, Age 35 Revision Surgeon: Dr. Tejinder Bhatti Details: This 35 years old patient was earlier treated by another local clinic. The hair density and direction left much to be desired and when the hair grew after 6 months the patient (being a non-resident Indian) was aghast. The direction of hair esp. over the temples was abnormal and he became the butt of bawdy jokes. He came to me specially to have this corrected. Implanted hair were extracted and replanted along with more scalp grafts to add density. It is to be noted that when you attempt to extract impanted hair through FUE, transection rates approach 35% and these hairs are completely extracted over 2-3 stages. This patient has received a single revision and is due to come for the next stage after a month.However his density looks normal. A few hairs in the temples are still misdirected but will be corrected this year. It is so true – A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE!

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