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  1. Dr. Bernstein in NY does plug removal and sutures the holes closed. I've seen some photos on here of work that Dr. Gabel did, where he removed plugs, and it looked good.
  2. Sorry that your thread was de-railed. You have some good surgeons on your list. Frankly, any of the surgeons on your list can provide excellent results. I disagree with the poster above rumors are exactly that rumors. I’m a walking testament of Dr. Dieps work, as are countless others on the forum my donor is in no way destroyed or compromised and I can still withstand another 1,000 grafts via FUE. Either way, you can’t go wrong with either of the surgeons you mentioned. I would also include Gabel, Cooley, Konoir, Shapiro to your list. At the end of the day, go by results and who you feel comfortable with. I also suggest sticking with FUT first, although I had the same hairloss as you and chose FUE, it certainly cost me more money in the long run and took longer. I knew that going in but it’s obviously not the most efficient way.
  3. I am looking for a best hair transplant clinic with better Dr.'s results in U.S.A. I would need 2200 Grafts and looking for FUE. I really appreciate if some one could suggest me with best clinics. It will help me a lot and thanks in advance. Please suggest I have some idea like Gabel, Konior and Cooley, which one is best
  4. I recently " June 22" had a 1920 graft procedure by Dr. Steven Gabel. This was my second procedure, the first I had by another doctor in LA "1500 grafts FUE" But I ended up losing more native hair than what I gained through the transplant because of permanent shock loss/poor yield. I was also left with some scar ridging and some pitted recessed graphs. Dr. Gabel replied to all my emails and answered all my questions regarding estimate graft count that I would need for my second procedure. Once the surgery date was scheduled his Surgical Care Coordinator kept me updated with pre op check list and everything that needed to be done. I arrived one day early before my surgery date "unannounced" to see if I could fill out some of the paperwork to get it out of the way to help expedite the day of surgery. Dr. Gabel made time to meet with me and go over what my expectations were and give me a better estimate of how many grafts would be needed. He suggested 1500 grafts so I would have some grafts in reserve if I ever needed another procedure again. But I told him I wanted to go for the full 2000 grafts instead. He ended up taking 1920 grafts because he did not want to over harvest so I would not have a noticeable scar if my hair was cut short. Keep in mind I already had a 1500 graft procedure done and he only took grafts out of the safe zone. The day of the surgery I arrived at 6:20 one of his staff "Daya" greeted me and went over everything that was going to happen for the day. Dr. Gabel had me draw the hair line I wanted, then he made some suggestions and I ended going with what he suggested. My hair was then buzzed down, and washed for surgery. The chair that I was in for the procedure was very comfortable and the surgery room was very organized and the kind of room you would expect to have surgery in. I believe he had 6 maybe 7 assistants helping him with the procedure, each having their own job. When he started extracting the grafts he did a few test grafts to determine what angle was needed to avoid harming the grafts. And as the procedure went on he was constantly getting feedback from his staff how the grafts looked. He also divided the back of my head into zones 1-8 so behind my right ear was zone 1 and behind my left ear was zone 8. The lunch break happened once the extraction was finished and while you are eating the staff rearranges the room for the second part of the procedure. When it came time to put the grafts back in he uses lateral slits made with special blades so the grafts fit tighter and the hairs can fan out providing more coverage. This also helps with healing since the grafts fit tighter. When he put the grafts back in they started by putting the grafts extracted from zone 1 "except the singles from all the zones were put in first in the front of my scalp" then to zone 2 and so on, which is good to ensure graft survival. He also uses a special saline that helps prolong the life of the grafts, I cannot recall the name of it. The extraction took around 4 hours I believe and graft placement took maybe 4 +/- hours? I am not sure exactly, Dr. Gabel and one of his staff "Courtney" implanted all the grafts. Dr. Gabel worked one side while Courtney worked on the other. This was nice since usually for the Dr. to put in the grafts it costs extra but Dr. Gabel is very meticulous which is a good thing. After the procedure was done I was feeling weak because I did not eat the lunch that was provided because I was nauseated during lunch. Dr. Gable gave me a Gatorade and a fig bar and after 10 minutes or so I was feeling good enough to walk. Dr Gable and one of his staff were actually nice enough to walk me to my hotel room "which was across the street", that just tells you what a nice and caring guy he is. The next day I arrived for a cleaning, I had very minimal bleeding compared to my first procedure. Also I could not believe how good I felt when I woke up the next morning, I had only taken two ibuprofen tablets before bed and that's it. After my first procedure in LA it felt like the back of my head was mauled by a large cat. I had great mobility in my head without feeling pain, only when my heart rate picked up from walking around did my head start to hurt a little. Dr. Gable was there for the cleaning to look at the grafts and make sure everything was ok. Then one of the staff "Karina" cleaned the recipient and donor sites and adjusted the seating on a few of the the grafts. Also I was given a saline spray and another type of saline spray that helps with graft survival. Along with a bunch of other things that I would need and Karina explained how to properly clean and care for my grafts which was nice. I wish I would have gone with Dr. Gabel the first time around. I could of saved 10,500 "Cost of first transplant" and had 1500 grafts in reserve. Well I hope if any of you are on the fence on who to go to for your first procedure or a repair procedure like me that you consider Dr. Gabel. Remember you only have so much donor hair so don't waste it on a Dr. that is conveniently closer or cheaper and also you have to wait 1 year to 18 months to realize you have a failed transplant. You need someone that is experienced that takes pride in their work and goes above and beyond the competition. Also I should mention I am not receiving any compensation or discount for my review, I just want to help someone make an informed decision to avoid a costly mistake. I will try and upload some pre op and post op pictures and update along the way.
  5. LONG time reader, first time poster. At the age of 22, I made a mistake and got a HT from an ISHRS doctor to fill in my somewhat receding hairline. I freaked out at the first sight of recession. I had about 2000 grafts implanted. If anyone around that age is reading this post, I would strongly advise against HT's. The hairline was too low and the density was thin, so I went back to the same doctor 6 years later and got another 2000 grafts implanted to attempt to add more density. Obviously, this did not remedy the situation. I got by throughout the years with a combination of longer hair styles and Dermmatch, but I really just wanted to reverse the mistake I made in the first place as much as possible. I started doing consultations with some top docs, as mentioned in these forums. I discovered posts about Dr. Gabel in these forums and luckily had moved near his Oregon office. We decided to extract out nearly all of the grafts that were transplanted there before. I can not begin to tell you how much happy I am with the results. I feel free again! There is still a little work to be done on the temples and hairline, which I plan to discuss with Dr. Gabel in a couple months after I heal to see what he recommends. I can not say enough good things about Dr. Gabel and his staff. Gabel answers every one of my questions and emails within 24 hours. I have searched these forums for many, many years and I can tell you Dr. Gabel is one of the best hair docs in the US.
  6. I’ve had three hair transplants and two with Dr. Diep, I’ve visited Dr. Gabel, Dr. Mohebi, Dr. Konoir, Dr. Umar and Dr. Wong all of them in person and none of them told me my donor was damaged after having three hair transplants mind you. In fact, I’ve been told I have at least another 1,000-1,500 grafts left which would put me around the 7,000 range. I understand you decided to withdraw Dr. Diep from your selection which is totally fine, but these statements simply aren’t true. I’ve heard every argument and counter argument in the book. I’m well aware that several posters claim 1mm punches damage surrounding follicular units. However, a smaller punch transects more follicular units. At the end of the day it is up to the skill of the surgeon. If the surgeon is careless they can damage the donor of a patient regardless of the punch size or tool. With that said, Dr. Rahal is a fine surgeon and I really have no problem with you saying hes better than diep if that’s how you feel, but making claims such as going with Diep compromises future procedures simply isn’t true. @jkm3 had two procedures with Dr. Diep close to 5,000 grafts @spyk777 had several procedures I believe three with Dr. Diep via FUE @E39 had two procedures with Dr. Diep around 4,000 grafts
  7. Hello all, I am considering a procedure very soon. I have read a lot of good reviews from many forum members. This site is a great resource. I am considering having the work done by Dr. Steve Gabel in Portland. Does anyone here have any experiences with him or thoughts about his work that they could share? Thanks for the help!
  8. This patient is a 66-year-old transgender female who desired a more feminine appearance to her hairline, frontal zone, and fronto-temporal angles. She had 2771 follicular unit grafts placed 15 months ago at our Portland Hair Restoration Center. Her post-operative course was uneventful. She returned to show us her progress. Her hair is growing out very well and she is extremely happy with the results so far. This has drastically changed her appearance, and according to her, her life. When she is in the Portland/Seattle area in the future, she will come to the office, so we can check on her progress. Steven Gabel, MD, FACS Gabel Center Website
  9. Had a procedure done on 08/01/2017 after slowly losing my hair for 20 years... I made my decision to go with Dr. Gabel after reading patient reviews and cross checking information for dozens of hours, over several months. Correctly doing your homework before choosing the right surgeon is very time intensive but critical… So let me cut to the chase with the piece of advice I would give to myself if I could go back in the past for one minute and allow me to get back all these hours I spent combing through blogs, forums and other websites: “Contact the Gabel Center with your pictures and questions, he will answer you with his assessment and answers, possible medical solutions like Finasteride, Minoxidil, low level laser therapy, and a potential solution via surgery. Schedule the pre-op appointment and surgery, then when the time comes, travel to Hillsboro and stay at a hotel for the week. Everything is going to be more than OK… Dr. Gabel is not going to sugar coat it or promise a hairline down to your eyebrows (which would be an aberration anyway), he will help you in making the right medical and aesthetic choice for your face, age and expectations… The surgery is going to be ridiculously successful so go for it!” Details of my procedure: FUT: 2067 grafts + FUE: 302 graft, same session, took a few hours, lunch was offered by Dr. Gabel, staff really nice and sharp. To know what to expect during the procedure, make sure you watch this video of Dr. Gabel’s modus operandi… from 2010 but still very relevant: look for "Hair Transplant - Real Patient Testimonials and Results by Dr. Steve Gabel" in Youtube => I saw it after the surgery and what he describes is exactly what happened. The difference is that now there is an Alexa speaker in the room and you can ask for any music you want Fast-forward 6 months post surgery… Basically, my hairline was gone, and now it's back. I’m absolutely pleased with the results! The pictures speak for themselves. Also I'm taking Finasteride 1mg once a day, using Minoxidil 5% twice a day (on the whole scalp) and I'm using a Capillus 202 every other day for 15 mins…
  10. Good afternoon! I wanted to write about my experience with Dr Steven Gabel in Portland, Oregon. I am a 34 year old male and I have been experiencing hair loss since I was about 22-23. I was freaked out at the time, but if memory serves me correct, Propecia was $200 a month then and unaffordable. Over the years my front and crown continued to lose hair. about three years ago I started looking at options. By 2016, I was looking at the surgery option. I briefly considered going to the Dominican Republic for a vacation/surgery, but was too hesitant to pursue that option. I had a phone consultation with Dr. Gabel in 2016 after finding reviews of him on this site. I sent pictures and we had a discussion about my hair loss experience. Dr. Gabel suggested focusing on the frontal part of my scalp at this time and see where things continued in the future. He also recommended laser and Finasteride. 1500-2000 grafts were suggested, as my done area is thin as well. Dr Gabel never tried to upsell me on anything and was upfront about what I could expect. I was excited after speaking with Dr. Gabel , but due to a prolonged illness of cancer with my mother, I put things on hold. My mother passed this July, on my birthday no less, and I decided to do something for myself and restore my hairline. I had a few follow-up questions, which Dr. Gabel answered via email. My main goals were to not look like I was 20 and to preserve options for the future, including no other procedures if Finasteride was successful. My mind was put at rest and I scheduled the procedure in October for November 27th. the clinic was communicative with me and sent instructions prior to the procedure. My wife I stayed in Portland the night before and tried to get a good nights rest. I settled on 1700 grafts for the procedure. I arrived at the clinic about 6:15 am and was warmly greeted by Dea, who is wonderful. After filling out paperwork etc. I was made comfortable and relaxed. My wife and I, along with Dr. Gabel and Dea, designed the hairline. Again, I wanted to be realistic about what I could achieve, As was Dr. Ganel. A design was agreed upon and my head was shaved and my day began. Apparently I burn through local numbing injections, so I required quite a bit to keep pain with the FUE extraction under control. Everyone was attentive and I made as comfortable as possible. The sites were made after the extraction and then lunch, provided by the clinic. After lunch, off to the graft placement! Dr. Gabel placed the frontal grafts, while Courtney and Jess placed the others. I could take breaks as needed and enjoyed talking with them and listening to Bob Dylan. Once everything was checked, bandaged and instructions gone over, I was done for the day. We went back to the hotel, Fairfield Inn which was wonderful, and I was prepared for a long night. to my surprise, I had no pain that night. I took a pain med at 10 to prepare for pain overnight and to help me sleep, but it wasn't because I was experiencing pain. I slept alright, about as good as I have the passed few months since my mother passed. I sprayed my head every two hours and showered in the morning before my follow-up appointment at 10. my hair was washed by Jess and Emily and sights were inspected by Aileen. Dr Gabel came in and checked over the sights was was happy with how things looked. After care instructions were conveniently placed on a calendar type format, which made it easy to follow the days ahead. I am currently on day 2 and am doing well. I have 2 weeks off so I can focus on taking it easy. I will be updating this as I go along and welcome any questions anyone might have. Dr. Gabel and his staff are wonderful, friendly, and knowledgeable. If you are thinking about going there, do it! First two photos are my consultation pictures. The others are currently day 2.
  11. I will try to keep it short. So after years of thinking I finally decided to go through FUE surgery (3000 follicles) I think I am NW4 - 5. After searching for a while I decided to go with Dr. Gabel. Looked at his work and after talking to bunch of other doctors, Gabel made everything clear from start. He even called me on a weekend when I wanted to know some things from him. Overall a straight shooter, after I saw his work and other reviews I became little more confident and believed in him. So far looks like I'm right. 

Dr. Gabel recommended FUE over 2 days, Day 1: I booked a hotel near the hospital for 4 days and drove to the hotel the day before the surgery had a good night sleep and was asked to meet in hospital by 6:30 early morning (little early for me but its okay). For next couple of hours we went through constructing hair line, I wanted the hairline to be little aggressive and Dr. Gabel discussed about density and after back and forth we decided on the hairline I liked - he was really straight forward which I liked very much, and he explained me how the day will be progressed and had to sign bunch of forms. Took Diazepam and ibuprofen, shaved my head and changed to surgery clothing and proceeded to the surgery room, I was meet by 5 technicians who are ready to go by the word of the doctor. Immediately Dr. Gabel came in and started with anesthesia injections which I am not going to lie are little painful (but I was warned before the injections so I prepared for it) after that Dr. Gabel started with extractions, he said we would probably do 1600-1700 on the first day and remaining on day two. Dr. Gabel did all the extraction with the technician helping to remove the extracts. This went for next two hours and technicians are counting the extracted hair giving the numbers to the doctor. Then Dr. Gabel started with slots for placing the follicles, some times the anesthesia wore off and I started getting some pain in that area, but upon mentioning this to Dr. Gabel more anesthesia injections helped to get rid of the pain. After this, lunch was provided which tasted pretty good. And after quick lunch, Dr. Gabel and technicians started placing the grafts in the slots that were placed before lunch. Both doctor and technicians made sure I am comfortable all the time and made it as simple as possible, with valium I dozed of couple of times as well. After another 3 hours of placement and we are done for the day. they informed my friend to pick me up and then gave me ATP liquid to spay on grafts and head cap while I head home for the night. Overall, very good experience for the first day. Sleeping at night for Day 1 is challenging even though Dr. Gabel mentioned I can sleep on my donor area but be careful not to touch the recipient area, I was extra cautious and slept on a sitting chair which made it little challenging. No pain what so ever, I was in pretty good shape (did not even have to take pain medication) Day 2: I was asked to meet at the hospital again at 6:30 AM for day 2. After reaching the hospital, things are pretty much similar to day 1 but much faster since they know what they have been working on, by 4 PM on day 2 we are done. Same thing they called my friend to pick me up and reached the hotel. Dr. Gabel also did 200 more than we discussed (in total 3200) which I appreciate. Sleeping on day 2 is also challenging, i had to struggle a bit to get a good angle but it was better than day 1. I also visited the hospital for quick washes on day 3, day 4 (What surprised me here is day 3 is Sunday and even then Dr. Gabel and his fellow assistants were there just for me, washed my hair and answered all the silly question I had for them) I should say I was really comfortable with the way they treated me and appreciate their patience. For HT, patience is key.

Day 5- 7 : I was being careful not to rub my recipient area and was covering my head with a special cloth I was given by the doctor. Have some itching but I am resisting myself against them. No pain for me, it was really itching on day 6 that bothered me but after that it was okay. Here is breakdown : Day 1 : 1-Hair: 128 (7.8%) 2-Hair: 953 (57.9%) 3-Hair: 523 (31.8%) 4-Hair: 41 (2.5%) Total : 1,645 Day 2 : 1-Hair: 74 (4.7%) 2-Hair: 643 (41.2%) 3-Hair: 719 (46.1%) 4-Hair: 123 (7.9%) Total: 1,559 Total :3,204 (204 more than we discussed, thanks to Dr. Gabel) Overall, very satisfied with the HT, Dr. Gabel took really good care and very available for any questions, I am glad my decision is right so far. I am going to periodically update this thread with the progress.
  12. Hi, all. I haven’t posted here much since my last procedure in 2015, but happy to share an update with everyone about my latest surgery. As background, I had my first transplant with Dr. Robert Niedbalski in June 2012. I was a NW 2-3, and he transplanted 1,450 grafts via strip to form a lower, but still recessed, hairline. I wanted a flat hairline, so I had a subsequent procedure with Dr. Rahal in October 2015, when he transplanted 2,200 grafts, again via strip. The hairline design was great, but the right side grew in a little sparse. Nothing awful, and I could’ve gone without addressing it, but I wanted to go back to the well for a fuller hairline. I just turned 36, BTW. I've been on Avodart and Propecia for six years and essentially no longer lose hair--my loss is fully halted. I use Rogaine but discontinued before surgery per instructions. Links to thread about my earlier procedures are here: https://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/blog/home-page.asp?WebID=2858 So, last week I drove from Seattle down to Portland for a third procedure--this time with Steve Gable. I’ve known Dr. Gabel for about five years and have really looked forward to working with him. He’s a precise, thoughtful guy, and I knew he’d be a great choice to refine my results. I left Seattle at 3am to check in at Dr. G’s clinic at 6:30. His clinic just moved to a brand-new facility, and it’s gorgeous--two ORs, a lovely lobby, and overall just a great, clean, attractive space. We sat down and discussed hairline approach, and agreed that we weren’t going to lower the hairline. I didn’t need it, and lowering it even a few millimeters would mean that I’d need to get in again to spruce up the density, and I wanted to be done. (My hair is still very dense and I want the hairline to match, so I don’t want to get stuck in a loop of chasing density in an ever-lower hairline.) We agreed 1,000 more grafts across the hairline--and concentrated in the right side--would do the trick. The procedure was very smooth. Strip excision took about 30-45 minutes and I didn’t feel any pain. Dr. G excised part of my prior scar, which ran from just inside left ear to above my right ear. He didn’t need to run all the way from end-to-end on the scar. He closed the strip with staples, which I hadn’t had before; he thought they’d do a better job at holding the tension and has had good luck with them recently. Once the wound was closed, he did the incisions--nothing eventful, and nothing painful. I didn’t bother to watch TV, but just spent the time chatting with Dr. G and his techs. If you haven’t met him, he’s a really personable, chatty guy, which was engaging during surgery. I had a Valium before surgery but didn’t feel it much, which was fine; I’m not the anxious type and was perfectly relaxed during surgery. I seemed more comfortable than my previous surgeries, but that’s probably due in part to the fact that it was fewer grafts so the sit was shorter. When we got to placing grafts, I’d estimate that Dr. G placed about 50%. He places grafts in all his procedures, and I was his only patient that day, so there wasn’t any need for him to pop out and attend to someone else. If you haven’t gone through a transplant before, it’s really disconcerting when you feel like a surgeon disengages from the procedure once the incisions are made and just turns everything over to the techs. Dr. G was omnipresent and was in the room for virtually the whole procedure. That’s not the norm. Of my three procedures, this was the smoothest and easiest. That’s no knock on Niedbalski or Rahal, but a huge compliment to Dr. G and his staff. The post-op materials were first-rate and included a calendar specialized for my surgery date so I didn’t have to count post-surgery days. That’s a nice touch that I hadn’t seen before. The recipient area was also very clean--virtually no blood or scabbing. They carefully washed it the next day and showed me how to shampoo. Great post-op hand-holding all the way, and Dr. G responded to an email same-day later in the week. Pictures are below, and obviously there’s not much to report in terms of growth. My scabs are falling off, but the recipient area is hardly noticeable because although it was shaved, I’m combing my hair forward. Hard to cover up the staples, but they’ll be out in another week. I’m definitely experiencing a lot of tightness in my donor area given that it’s been excised three times, so I’m trying especially hard to keep my head tipped back to keep tension off the scar. I’m a little concerned about a widened scar given that it’s my third strip, but I’ll keep everyone posted as that progresses. Please fire away with questions/comments; I’ll be checking in every day. Thanks! When reviewing pics, please keep in mind that the after pictures are both immediately post-op and then the next day; my hair is wet in both. Remember that the transplanted area contained both native hair AND previously transplanted hair, so the density will be much, much higher than the number of grafts you can see.
  13. Melvin-Moderator

    FUE with Dr Gabel

    Wow that is looking amazing at 5 months, you still have another 7 months to improve. You made a great choice by selecting Dr. Gabel as your surgeon.
  14. Dr. Gabel, is one of the best, such a genuinely nice guy. Please keep us updated on your progress.
  15. For those of you who had consults with Dr. Gabel, did you go through his website? Do you know how far out his schedule is booked? Any help would be appreciated.
  16. Thanks so much! I have full faith in Dr. Gabel and his staff!
  17. This patient is a 28-year-old male who we performed 1591 grafts to the frontal hairline 3.5 years ago. He initially had a hair transplant at another practice which had failed to deliver the desired result of a solid hairline. He felt many of the grafts did not grow, and that he had some irregularity to the hairline. Examination at the time revealed large spaces in the frontal hairline and poor density. It did appear that he had poor growth from the prior procedure. Additionally, there were several 2-hair grafts in the hairline which were giving an unnatural appearance. We transplanted 1591 grafts into the very frontal hairline and frontal zone. The surgery was very meticulous as I did not want to disturb any existing hairs in the hairline at the same time packing the area with new follicular unit grafts. The surgery was highly successful and the patient has been extremely happy since. He was recently in the Portland area and visited us. He has been on oral and topical medications to help minimize hair loss. At this point, I only recommended that he maintain his medical therapy as his hairline and overall scalp hair looks amazing. Next time he returns to Portland, he said he will visit the Gabel Center for an update. Dr. Steven Gabel Portland/Seattle Gabel Center
  18. Sorry for the delay notsosure and yes, I have had 2 transplants. I had a small one when I was younger several years ago and just got another 2000 FUT from Dr. Konior about a year and a half ago. I needed to add density/temple points and fix a weak hairline. I did a lot of research before I pulled the trigger the 2nd time and I was most impressed and very comfortable with Dr. Konior after going in for a consultation with him and having him exam my case. I have also seen & heard good things on his partner Dr. Nadimi, Dr. Gabel in Oregon, and Dr. Cooley in NC.
  19. IMO H&W do great temple work, I have seen some really natural results. Generally, H&W are known for transplanting patients like myself with a large balding area. However, I don’t think they can’t be aggressive, so much as most of their cases wouldn’t benefit from it, if that makes sense. I would also encourage you to consult with other top docs such as Konoir, Cooley, Gabel. With that said, it’s a shame about Dr. Diep, because I do feel he would have done a great job on you.
  20. I'm a 32 year old, Norwood type 5/6, and fairly set on getting an FUT transplant in January. I had an FUT procedure back in 2012, which wasn't great by any measure, but it gave me the traces of a hairline that I'm comfortable with in terms of its placement, but it needs *serious* strengthening. And of course I've lost a lot more hair since 2012. I'm hoping for around 3k grafts in the front 1/3 to 1/2 of the top of my head. I can post photos if it would be helpful. Any similarly situated patients of either Diep or Gabel who'd care to share their experiences? Feel free to PM me if you'd prefer. My priorities are (1) a safe and careful procedure, and (2) hair density! I get bad headaches, which worsened somewhat after my first HT. So, it's really important to me to work with a conscientious physician, who will take care to avoid things like a scar which extends too far into the temporal region. I was deeply reassured by my conversation with Dr. Gabel. He seems like an incredibly thoughtful doctor. On the other hand, I'm also really impressed by the videos Diep has shared of his patients' results. Diep's photos/videos are some of the most remarkable I've seen. So any thoughts would be appreciated.
  21. They’re both great surgeons, with a wealth of results online. I personally went to Dr. Diep, but also met with Dr. Gabel before and he is an excellent choice, as well. Choose whoever you feel more comfortable with and best suits your needs.
  22. please keep us updated. did Dr. Gabel extract the grafts?
  23. I had my FUE transplantation done with Dr. Gabel. You can find my experience in my signature link. One thing i like about Dr. Gabel is he extracts not some but all of the follicles by himself and he is present and even implants many of the follicles himself. He is extremely careful and thinks about the future like how it is going to be after a decade and plans the HT. Overall, I am happy with how things went so far with Dr. Gabel.
  24. Hi Kelmf01, Congratulations! Looks like everything went very well. The work looks beautiful and clean. The density looks fantastic. I think you are going to be really happy with Dr. Gabel’s work. Im glad everything went smoothly for you! This will be a great result, Keep posting pictures, it’s fun to watch the progression! Mark
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