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  1. Hello everyone, I'm back in the game for a quick procedure this time - I'll be doing a scar revision with Dr. Gabel on this Thursday (Oct 17th). All of my results have been great so far, but after three FUT procedures totaling around ~4,500 grafts, my incision scar had gradually become larger and larger, and now that I have coverage over the majority of my scalp and will just use some small-to-medium FUE procedures for any further necessary touch-ups, I just want to get my incision scar reduced down to where it was after my first HT (it was basically invisible at a #3 Guard haircut). First pic is from 2011 - about a year after my first FUT in late 2010, at about a #3 Guard buzz... Pic below is after my third HT, with roughly a #6 Guard buzz - it can be hidden, but is still quite visible under bright lights due to the very light skin color underneath and the relatively sparse "curtain" of hair covering it - and on top of that I have to cut my hair myself because no stylist seems to be able to figure out the concept of how to properly mask it with longer hair above and shorter hair below without giving me a total botch-job or exposing the scar. Also, the longer #5 or #6 Guard buzz kind of chafes against military standards - it's not technically out of regulations, but everyone constantly thinks I need a haircut And Below you can see the incision scar revealed... I want to point out that Dr. Gabel is a pro with his subtle trichophytic enclosures (as per the first pic, and the second procedure wasn't even bad at all either) and the increasing scar size was not an error, but a calculated temporary sacrifice; the size of the scar is really due to multiple incisions and a bit of stretching, and due to the fact that since I'd already done two FUT's before the third one, my scalp skin was already pulled fairly tight at that point - meaning that Dr. Gabel didn't want to cut out the entire scar while also taking another ~1,300 graft strip out simultaneously - it would have been too large of an incision at that point with my scalp laxity. So we settled on only removing about half of the scar tissue that time around - as you can see in the picture below from HT #3 in late 2016 (the blue marker line is right through the middle of the scar), compounding upon the current scar with the understanding that I would need to come back in a year or three for a scar revision. So basically we're going to do a strip-FUT procedure - but with no hair removed from the site - only the old scar tissue, and the doc says he plans to use staples this time in addition to the regular methods, in order to ensure there's no stretching so the scar heals as narrow and invisible as possible. After a year or so, I may return for some SMP or small FUE into the scar if necessary, but if it turns out like my first incision scar and I can easily hide it completely in broad daylight with a #3 Guard buzz then I think I'll be fine! I fly out to Oregon tomorrow (Wednesday) morning. It should also be noted for anyone considering Dr. Gabel that he has relocated to a township called Tigard which is only ~20 minutes from the Portland PDX airport (as opposed to being in Hillsboro nearly an hour away), so a quick Uber will get you there much faster and cheaper than before (which was a pleasant surprise). I'll keep you guys updated as progress is made!
  2. Hi All, I am in my late 30s, I still have my hair but have been thinning in frontal line, I would say between class II and III. I do a very good job camouflaging it with products and forward combing. My hair has been stable like this for more than 10 years (extra thinning comes in phases every decade). I have been thinking about doing something proactive about this for more than 10 years but didn't have the courage. A week ago, for no apparent reason, I decided to do that. I am just sick of the amount of products and blow-drying I do and honestly wanna more freedom in styling my hair. Well, you only live once, so why not enjoy every moment of it? Here are my criteria : Very natural modern looking results, I like tight hair lines with great packing. FUE, I am not comfortable with FUT recovery or the scar, the idea of cutting strip just doesn't appeal to me ! I don't want to wait too long for surgery Partially shaved (I am keeping my hair long in the back for that reason). No shaving of recipient area, I can comb hair forward to cover the grafts Doctor does the work himself Someone who is available to answer questions and who takes personal interest in his patients, you know, I don't want to be just a number to someone super famous! No constraints in location. Anywhere in USA/Canada is good from fiddling around, I have this list: Dr. Jae Pack from NHI (I have reading lots of his answers on realself) LA FUE Hair clinic (they have amazing instagram and YT Channel), I know that Jacques is a PA from this form. Dr. Parsa Mohebi Dr. Steven Gabel Dr. John Diep (is he really booked for one year?) I met with Dr. Pack (he estimated 1900 grafts are needed), and have meetings scheduled in few days with Dr. Mohebi and Dr. Gabel (got lucky with last minute openings in both cases). I am impressed with Dr. Mohebi, Dr. Diep and Dr. Gabel results. I have been also following Dr. Diep for a while but I heard he is booked for one year? I am still to schedule with LA FUE clinic. What other names do you guys recommend? and if you recommend a name can you please let me know why you recommend him and if you have had a personal interaction with him? Thanks
  3. This 31-year-old male had 2084 grafts via the FUE (follicular unit excision) harvest method. He had spent much time in the past worrying about his thinning hair since high school. His main concern was the frontal zone of the scalp. We decided on the FUE harvest method since he likes to be able to trim his hair short in the back of his scalp for styling purposes. Additionally because of his age, we felt that the FUE harvest method would be in his best interest long term so he could style his hair shorter in the back of the scalp. The patient had 2084 grafts performed 2 years ago. The photographs and video show the results and longevity of the procedure for which he is extremely happy. At the 2-year visit, the patient stated, “Now, I don’t worry about what my hair looks like, in fact, I don’t think about it at all.” He is planning on returning on a yearly basis to follow the progress and growth of his hair.
  4. 2499 +1 grafts with dr. Steven Gabel Hillsboro Oregon. After a couple years research I decided to schedule my Fue HT with Dr Gabel. we spoke a few times over the phone and after speaking with him, and reading other testimonials, I felt completely confident in his abilities to schedule a consultation. I booked my flight from the East Coast to go meet him at his facility. After meeting with Dr Gabel at his office and having a very lengthy in-depth consultation, I was confident enough to go ahead with the tentatively planned surgery the following day. Together we put together a game plan for my HT, that was realistic and efficient we figured between 2000 and 2500 graphs and designed a realistic hairline to accommodate the Harvest. The next morning brighten early I was greeted by his staff of 10 who were absolutely welcoming and hospitable... all there for mine and mine only private procedure. After a quick revaluation and some measurements I was ushered back to a completely sterile staged clean procedure room with a full staff looking at me in full shrubs, ready to go. The procedure lasted approximately 12 hours, the first six hours Dr Gabel tediously extracted my graphs followed by the remaining six hours of meticulous incisions, and placement, with a few breaks for lunch and bathroom in between. I think what separates Dr Gabel apart from the rest first of all is his passion for this particular surgery and you can hear it and feel it in his energy when he speaks and shares his extensive knowledge about hair transplant surgery as well as his advice. And also the fact that Dr Gabel extracts all the grafts himself as well as places the graphs as well. There was not a moment that went by (other than short breaks) where Dr Gabel was not, literally seated next to my head for the entire 12-hour procedure. This made me very comfortable, and all the difference for me. I can't say enough about his staff of absolutely welcoming experienced young ladies, who all work together like a well-oiled machine. After Dr. G extracted the graphs and the team did the final count we all had a good laugh because the count came to exactly 2499... as a perfectionist this was not good enough for Dr. G Who set up his punch one more time for one more graft to make it an even 2500... After what was a very long tedious day the crew wrapped me up took care of me and I went back to my hotel. the next morning I received a text from Dr Gabel asking how I felt and was eager to get me back in the office for a follow-up... upon arriving he was amazed that the healing that had already had taken place, and again put me in the hands of his completely capable crew who remove my bandages and dressings, and spent over two hours cleaning and redressing my head for my flight home. ... all in all a fantastic experience there was never a moment I didn't feel I was in a fully capable competent hands. Now time for the healing and the process... I will check back I tried to blog as much of this as I can. Norwood ll Donor stats: 1 Hair / 382 /15.3% 2 Hair / 1,140 / 45.6% 3 Hair / 868 / 34.7% 4 Hair / 110 / 4.4 %
  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 am a transgender woman and have wanted a feminine hairline since my early 20s. I recently had a hair transplant at The Gabel Center in Tigard Oregon. This was my second transplant to fix the one I had in Miami Florida (For professional reasons I will not disclose the name of the surgeon who ruined my first hair transplant.) In Miami I was left with one side completely unfinished and told by the planter who was working on my grafts that the density wasn't acceptable and that I should complain to her boss to try to get a reduced cost for another surgery. Those are the words you never want to hear on a supposedly "life changing" operation. Oh, also they left a huge scar on the back of my head due to not using proper suturing techniques. The place in Miami ended up offering me a "free" second surgery but with such a mortifying experience I decided to look for other options. I scheduled a consultation with Dr. Steven Gabel and was impressed right away. At the consult he went over everything about hair design and personal goals. Dr. Gabel has an amazing aura of positivity, experience, precision, and caring. I chose him to do my procedure and have absolutely no regrets. Not only did he design a wonderful hairline but the flow and each individual hair has a purposeful positioning and placement. The aftercare has been really wonderful as well. Dr. Gabel had me come into the office the day after, eighth day, and twelfth day. These appointments included inspection and cleaning of the grafts and donor area. The first two weeks after surgery is a stressful recovery time and it was really helpful to have a professional keep close eye on how everything was healing. The staff is really amazing as well. They are very caring and have wonderful synergy with each other. I highly recommend The Gabel Center to anyone who wants to proceed with hair restoration. I certainly wouldn't want to go anywhere else.
  7. 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.
  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. First let me say that I am a semi-public figure, so unfortunately I will be unable to share pictures, but if I could, you would be as impressed as I am. I spent 3 years researching and interviewing doctors for my hair transplant. I probably met with a half a dozen doctors. I am thinning in front and, especially because I give live speeches and appear on TV, my work (and ego) required a more youthful look. I am fortunate indeed that I finally found Dr. Steven Gable. Dr. Gable is an artist and a scientist. He was easily the most passionate doctor I met about my hair transplant, and the most knowledgable, and his expertise was evident in all aspects of his center and his crackerjack staff -- from their professionalism to their state-of-the-art materials and work to their pre and post surgery processes and on to the actual, fantastic, hair transplant. 7 months ago I had 2,300 grafts placed. Mostly FUT but some others as well. Just yesterday I was getting my hair cut and I told the barber. She was dumbfounded. Had no idea and she was staring at my scalp. My hair and hairline is organic, natural, full, and great. One other thing to note: The morning that I went in for the surgery, my blood pressure reading was high, too high. Dr Gable put safety first and told me I had to get it back down or the procedure would put me at risk. Disappointed, we cancelled the procedure and I left. Later I saw my cardiologist and we changed my medication. Thereafter I rescheduled and had my surgery a month later. It is no small thing to cancel a patient on the day of a surgery. Space and nurses had been allocated. But my health was clearly more important than anything else to Dr. Gable. I cannot give him a higher recommendation. He is The Best.
  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. 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
  12. This 64-year old male had several hair transplants many years ago. His main concern was to add density in several specific areas of his scalp to increase the thickness and density. His donor area had several prior strip scars with significant scar tissue only allowing for a small amount of donor hair to be removed. On examination, he demonstrated diffuse pattern baldness with evidence of prior hair transplants, and significant scar tissue the fibrosis of the scalp. I had a lengthy discussion with the patient and explained the limitations we had with the amount of donor hair I could obtain, and the diffuse nature of his balding. We discussed the fact that he would not have a dramatic improvement but a mild improvement since he wanted the grafts spread out throughout the frontal and mid-scalp zones. However, we planned to concentrate the grafts into specific areas that bothered him the most to make the best use of the hair we could obtain. The patient had a strip procedure and we were able to obtain 1014 follicular unit grafts which were strategically placed in the most bothersome areas for this patient. The postoperative photos taken 1 year later show a mild increase in density and fullness to the hairline and central scalp and improvement in the crown. The patient is pleased with his results so far and looks forward to seeing how his final results will look. This case is important to demonstrate that not all cases are straightforward, and many patients do not have a significant amount of donor hair to work with. In this patient’s case, we were only able to harvest 1014 grafts, but we placed them in specific areas to satisfy the patient in the most troublesome areas. He is delighted with the results as it met and exceeded his expectations that he was looking for. If he desires more hair in the future, I will consider FUE.
  13. Looking back on it now I would probably say when I was about 22 my hair started thinning quite significantly. I really didn't actually notice it at the time and it wasn't until I was ~26 that I realized it was a serious problem and it started to bother me. I think I just didn't really realize it could effect someone so early on... After reading articles posted here, on reddit (tressless section), and other misc forums I finally discovered A single surgeon in my area who had absolutely amazing feedback from everyone discussing him online. Dr. Steven Gabel (Gabel Hair Restoration Center). I feel like that is pretty rare the internet can be a cruel place. I bit the bullet after reading about others positive experiences with him and decided to have a consultation. At the initial consultation he was honest, friendly, and overall put me at ease and gave me realistic expectations. He never once said anything that could be perceived as someone trying sell you something. He simply answered every question I had about the process, and set my expectations regardless of who I decided on having my surgery with. This guy IS the real deal. Everyone online gave him glowing reviews, but i just can't do justice to how amazing he and his staff really are. he made me feel really comfortable and he seemed to really care about what he does and about educating others who want to know more without trying to sell the actual procedure at all. I actually scheduled the procedure that day in his office. That was how impressed I was with him and his staff. I just completed my surgery and I am actually just a few days post op -- Everything has been going great. The surgery itself was a BREEZE -- I honestly have had MUCH WORSE experiences at the dentist. There was such little pain during the entire process I really wanted to slap myself for being so stressed out about it. I would say the worst part of the entire thing was the numbing injections and they weren't even that bad -- once they were done the following injections were hardly even noticeable, I would equate it to a pinch. The dentist has caused me MUCH more pain with needles. I actually fell asleep 3 times while they were putting the grafts in . The only other difficult part was sleeping the first night, I took a single vicodin and slept 7 hours straight (i might have woken up once or twice but it wasn't all that bad). a Neck pillow is indeed a godsend for the first night. MY BIGGEST Fear pre op was the removal of the strip, I've never had a broken bone, and i've never had a single stitch in my entire life. I was terrified. He actually removed the strip, sutured me up and then asked "Are you ready to take the strip out?". Not knowing he was already done I hesitantly said yes.. Worried about what was to come. He responded with "Would you believe me if i told you I was already done?". We both laughed, but I honestly couldn't believe the guy removed the strip from my head AND sutured me back up without me even knowing it. He saw me for my 1 day post op after his staff cleaned my grafts/donor area/hair (OMG that was such a great experience, my 1 day post op appointment hair cleaning was honestly the best part of the entire process. I had no idea how good it would feel to have them clean my grafts and wash my hair/donor area.) At the 1st post op he wanted to make sure everything was going well due to some extra redness and oozing so he asked me to come in for another post op appointment the next day (a saturday none the less). This kind of worried me so i asked if i should be concerned and his response was just perfect it was something like: "While I'm really not too worried I just want to make sure everything is healing appropriately. This was why you picked me right? I am thorough." I knew I was truly being taken care of and he was going above and beyond to ensure everything was healing correctly. When i went to my 2nd day post op appointment his staff was once again amazingly gentle and made me feel completely at ease. They washed my hair again (about the same kind of amazing experience as the first) and when Dr. Gabel came in and inspected my grafts he said everything looked great and then sat and chatted with me for 30-60 minutes answering all of my questions which made me feel great again about choosing him. The guy is truly impressive he really cares about his patients and you realize that pretty quickly. He spends as much time as you need answering any and all questions you have. At the start of this i was not planning on posting anything to this website, mostly because I'm super shy and also because I really didn't want to talk about doing it as I felt I was being kind of vain. After reading supportive stories from others, and seeing some of the horror stories I wanted to put this out there so that others who may be in the area (or not) might pick the right Dr for their transplant. I also felt like this forum was super supportive and i used it to make up my mind about finally doing this and to find Dr. Gabel. I kind of feel indebted to everyone here, and to Dr. Gabel for allowing me to have such a pleasurable and stress free experience. Please if you are thinking about having an FUT transplant done and have any questions about the process or maybe you are in the west coast and have questions for me -- create an account and ask away.
  14. bgt8087

    Dr. Steven Gabel's Magic

    Photos from 0 to 6 months post procedure. I couldn't be happier. I just regret that I worried for so long that there was no solution to my hair loss problem. I still can't believe how great the result is even after 6 months... and only 2369 grafts. The takeaway is this: let Dr. Gabel help you! That what I would tell myself if I could go back a few years in the past...
  15. I am a physician and I have had hair loss for a couple decades. I did my research and finally got a FUT with Dr Steven Gabel in Oregon. He is a very respectful physician and a caring person. He is board certified and knows his work. He has done an incredible job with my surgery. I got a total of 2803 grafts for a Norwood IV baldness. His aseptic technique was state of the art and he was very meticulous about surgical technique. He gave me local anesthesia with SQ lidocaine and made the incision himself and extracted the donor site. I've not seen many transplant surgeons implant the grafts themselves. He is there implanting every graft himself along with his assistants watching them carefully and mindfully. From the moment I walked into his office, his staff have been phenomenal through out my journey through this process. Dr Gabel and his office personnel were very easy to reach, affable and professional. I've had world class care with no problems at all. They were the best of all the doctor's offices I have been to. He even came in on a memorial day weekend for me to remove my sutures at the 10 day time point. I have had great results and I am now 17 months since my implants and I have had a great result. I look younger than I ever did and am extremely satisfied with the results. This is an art, especially drawing the frontal line and he does an incredible job making it look as much natural as possible. With no reservations, I strongly recommend Dr Steven Gabel and his team to anyone looking to get a hair transplant in the Pacific Northwest. Being a physician, I know what to look for in your surgeon and every aspect of the surgery. He will exceed your expectations.
  16. Greetings to all. I'd love to share my hair loss experience and transplant story with you all. I remember back in spring of 2014 taking an up close "selfie" and noticed my forehead seemed like it was getting bigger. I wasn't sure what the cause of this was and didn't particularly like it but shrugged it off. Fast forward to May 2015 and I was putting some hair style product into my hair while looking very close into the mirror and noticed how thin my hairline was. "Surely I'm not balding, am I?" I thought to myself. I immediately dug up a head shot from Sept 2012 to compare my hairline. The changes were Drastic. How did I not notice this until now? Immediately the research began. A favorite "self-improvement" website of mine has a big section on hair loss prevention so I dove in head first. I wanted to fix this problem asap and hair transplants was the best solution. Now I just needed to find the right Dr. Luckily the author of the self- improvement sight I follow had used Dr. Gabel and had glowing reviews. Immediately I filled out the online evaluation with photos on my hairline attached. The next day his assistant contacted me and I scheduled a skype consultation with Dr Gabel approximately a month later. The skype consult went very well and Dr. Gabel answered all my questions and asked me several questions as well to make sure I was a good candidate. We discussed the benefit to using FUT vs FUE for my surgery and recovery times and even lodging for me to stay in when I visited for the procedure. Fast forward to October and I made the down payment to reserve the schedule date. Then a couple weeks before the date I mailed in the remaining balance. I purchased 1500 grafts for the procedure. I scheduled the transplant for the Monday of the week of Thanksgiving and arrived in Hillsboro,Or at the hotel on Sunday evening. I flew in from across the east coast so I would be staying 3 nights so that I could get a follow up and shampoo the day after the surgery. So I arrived at the office on Monday at about 7am and was given a private lounge/room to put all my belongings which I brought with me. The first hour Dr. Gabel and his assistant spent drawling my new hairline across my forehead. We must have re-done it close to a dozen times examining it each time while comparing it to older photos of what my hairline looked like 5-8 years prior. One thing to remember about Dr Gabel is that he not only is a surgeon but also an artist with a high skill set for making his work appear as natural as possible. The final hairline we drew up was perfect for my facial features and preferred appearance. The procedure started about 9:45 am and completed a little after 5pm. The office provided a menu from a local restaurant and lunch was waiting for me when I stepped into my private lounge to eat during the lunch break. We took 2-3 breaks during the surgery for restroom or to eat at my request as I eat frequently. I also came back in the next day for a follow up visit and shampoo and final photos. All the transplants fell out over the next 2 weeks and the resting phase began. Fast forward 3 months later to Late Feb and I started to see growth. Fast forward two months later to late April and I see significant growth. I am absolutely thrilled with the results so far and expect to be well ahead of schedule of the regrowth process. Let me make something very clear about Dr. Gabel and his staff. They will over deliver. The performance & service they provided me was definitely more than what I paid for. I plan on posting before/after photos at the 9 or 10 month mark to demonstrate his highly skilled results. BTW- I am 39 and will be 40 in Sept . I'll check back periodically so if you have any questions feel free to ask. *** Quick Edit. I forgot to mention that 4 days later, which happened to be the day after Thanksgiving, I called Dr. Gabel with a question about the healing process and he returned my call with in 5 minutes and immediately called in another Rx. He then called me back an hour later to make sure I had picked up the Rx and made certain that I was clear on everything.
  17. Dr. Steven Gabel in Portland, Oregon is very hands-on, I can vouch for that with first-hand experience. It is important for a physician to be involved with a patient every step of the surgical process, assessing a patient in person, making a gameplan for how to utilize the donor and design the hairline or fill the crown, conducting the extraction themselves, creating all recipient sites personally, meticulously supervising their team every step of the way, and even participating in the placement of actual grafts while double checking the work of the technicians. I had that experience with Dr. Gabel, and feel confident steering you his way. I'd reach out to the Gabel Center for an online consult if I were you, he does international cases all the time and can skype globally.
  18. I just had a hair transplant performed on June 20, 2012 by Dr.Gabel in Portland! It's been a dream come true for me, and a great experience so far overall. It took a few visits to Dr. Gabel for me to decide on a plan for where I wanted the hairline. He was accommodating the whole way. When I finally decided to proceed they were able to get me in within a reasonable amount of time. The day of surgery I felt so comfortable, I joked with his assistants I felt like I was at a spa. He provided me with a post-op booklet that was so detailed and helpful in being able to guide my care of the hair- to ensure proper healing. This was great because I was never left wondering if all the work he had just done would be interrupted. I am currently 10 days post op and feel great. The sutures came out yesterday and virtually all the scabs from the grafted area are gone. I have lost a few hair, which is normal starting the first week, but other than that it looks like i have a clean buzz cut. Hair now where 3 weeks ago there was not. As a woman this is a great deal to me and I am so amazed at the whole process.
  19. This patient is a 37-year old transgender female who desired to feminize her frontal hairline. Prior to the transplant, she had deep frontotemporal angles and a higher hairline then she wanted. 3166 follicular unit grafts were obtained via the strip FUT method and transplanted into the frontal zone with the goal of lowering her hairline, filling in the frontotemporal angles, and feminizing her overall appearance. The photographs depict her progress at 1 month, 2 months, 3 months (home photos), and at 7 months when she returned to the office. She is extremely excited with the results thus far and plans to return at the 12-month mark to further document the progress of the hair transplant.
  20. I had a great experience with Dr. Gabel and would like to share that with others, as promised in my earlier posts. My procedure: FUT with 2607 grafts My experience: I arrived at the Clinic at 6:30 am as instructed on the day of the procedure and was greeted in the lobby by Dr. Gabel and one of his staff members. There was about 30 minutes of pre-op information where he covered step-by-step details of the procedure, and then the procedure started around 7am. Dr. Gabel has a great team of 7-8 professionals that know exactly what to do (special thanks to Karina, Tobi & Aileen for their individualized attention). While I was lying face down, Dr. Gabel started by getting a strip of hair from the back and sides of my head where hair is plentiful. As Dr. Gabel was preparing my scalp for the hair transplantation, his team were busy slivering the strips of hair and then cutting into the individual follicular units for relocation. They were really focused on intense microscopic work which is crucial to place the grafts in a direction and orientation consistent with natural hair growth. Yes I know all this because Dr. Gabel was very open in sharing all that goes into a successful transplant. We took a 45 minutes break for lunch at around 12 pm. After lunch we then moved on to the final stage where Dr. Gabel placed thousands of follicular units in the recipient sites (I was so happy Dr. Gabel was fully involved in the entire case and did most of the work himself!). While the hair was being placed, I found myself relax in a reclining position for most of the day. I was watching DVD’s and listening to music (my choice) throughout the entire procedure. In addition, Dr. Gabel also provided me with an oral sedative so that I felt totally comfortable while he and his team of medical professionals performed their work on me. Finally, the procedure completed at 6 pm. Dr. Gabel did his final examination and told me that the procedure was a success. I left the clinic with detailed instructions and tons of information for aftercare. I am so glad I came to Dr. Gabel for my hair transplant. I would adamantly recommend him to anyone searching for a great, meticulous surgeon.
  21. Triple7@, Are you talking about Dr. Steven Gabel, who is currently in Seattle with website Hair Loss - Gabel Hair Restoration Center - FUE and Strip - Board Certified - Most Experienced Hair Transplant Surgeon in Oregon ? -Thanks!
  22. This patient is a 31- year old male who desired to restore the frontal hairline and frontal zone of his scalp. He is now 6 months following a hair transplant utilizing the follicular unit extraction (FUE) method for donor hair. He had 2084 grafts transplanted. The recipient sites are made with custom-cut blades, and the grafts are inserted by Dr. Gabel and his staff. The patient will return for his 1-year progress at which time we will post his results.
  23. This patient is a 32-year-old gentleman who is a Norwood Class VI. He likes to shave his scalp. Therefore, we discussed performing a full scalp Tricopigmentation to give him the appearance of full hair density, but with a shaved look. He was not interested in surgery at this time. The patient had 3 sessions to give him the desired appearance. The first and second pass are on consecutive days, and the last pass is about 4 – 6 weeks after. The photographs were taken after we touched up the frontal hairline. He is extremely happy with the results as it gives him the appearance of a full set of hair, with the shaved look.
  24. Does anyone have direct experience with Dr. Troy Fallon, who runs a relatively new hair transplant practice in Tigard, OR? He is on my list of best cost/benefit value so far, but I have no hard info. I see only 5-star Yelp reviews and mistrust giddy testimonials. His practice is so new that full outcomes may not be known. One review claimed he was "hands down the best hair restoration doctor nationwide." Based on how many experiences with other doctors? Have any of his patients been through at least 6 months of waiting for regrowth? I understand even a year could be needed, based on staggered follicle growth phases. Dr. Steven Gabel nearby has a solid reputation but is pricier. Do you always get what you pay for? I can't tell if cost is the best predictor of results. There's also a Dr. Marla Ross who doesn't seem to specialize in hair transplants. This area doesn't have many people in the field. I checked into Bosley but they make me nervous. Might their long legacy create higher odds of complaints? Is is safe to assume that doctors who go it alone have more of a reputation to lose and tend to be better? Generally speaking: One of my main concerns with FUE (which I lean toward) is that the donor area in back will look flattened. My case is somewhat minor (frontal receding) and may require 500-600 hairs but that still seems like it could alter the "loft" of my hair and create a divot. FUT makes me nervous with skin stretching and a potential scar showing, though you're supposed to get more surviving grafts from it. I keep reading about FUT getting a bad rap just because FUE is newer, and FUT scarring is much less than earlier methods. Thanks for any details on Dr. Fallon specifically, and this general topic.
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