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  1. 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.
  2. This patient is a 39-year female who had deep frontotemporal recessions. She had always wanted to be able to wear her hair back in a ponytail, but since she had deep frontotemporal recessions, she covered that area up with hair. We transplanted 2342 grafts into the frontotemporal angles. The photographs show her results at the 6/7-month point which has already been amazing for her. He is wearing her hair back, and looks forward to continued growth.
  3. This patient is a 32-year-old male who desired to restore his frontal hairline and scalp. He is on medications to help maintain his current pattern. The patient had 2600 grafts placed into the frontal hairline and frontal portion of the scalp. The photographs show his before procedure and 6-month progress. He is extremely happy with the results thus far and we plan to show his 1-year results when he returns for follow up.
  4. This patient is a 57-year-old gentleman who desired to enhance his frontal hairline. He feels that he has had a slow recession of hair in the frontal region. He did not want to bring the hairline down significantly and wanted to increase the density to make his hairline fuller. The before and after photographs are presented side by side to compare the 18-month results. The patient is extremely happy with the results as it has defined the frontal hairline and produced a more youthful appearance for him.
  5. This patient is a 41-year-old male who desired to increase the hair density in the frontal scalp via the FUE method. He wanted the option in the future to keep his hair short. He says that he is a good healer, but since he wanted the short haircut option, the FUE method of follicular unit transplantation was performed. 2168 grafts were extracted and transplanted into the frontal hairline and frontal scalp regions. The 6-month postoperative results are displayed. It shows excellent growth of the transplanted grafts. The patient stated that his hair started growing several months ago and continues to thicken up and the density is improving monthly. He feels it is completely natural and has no issues with anyone recognizing that he had a hair transplant performed since the frontal hairline is so natural appearing. Since the patient is only 6-months out from the procedure, he still has 20 % - 30 % more growth expected. He plans to return for his 1-year and 1.5-year post-operative progress checks. A video will be added shortly.
  6. This patient is a 45-year-old male who desired to increase the hair density in the frontal scalp. He had been slowly losing his hair for years, and has been taking medications to slow down the loss. He keeps his hair short in the donor area therefor the FUE technique was used. The 6-month postoperative results are displayed. It shows excellent growth of the transplanted grafts and the patient is so far thrilled with the results. He feels it is completely natural, and he is able to keep the hair in the donor area short at his desired length. Since the patient is only 6-months out from the procedure, he still has 20 % - 30 % more growth expected. He plans to return for his 1-year and 1.5-year post-operative progress checks.
  7. This patient desired to increase the density of the hair in his beard and mustache. He said he was unable to grow significant hair on the cheek area, the sideburns, the chin region, or the top of the mustache. The lower portion of his beard grew well, but the hair was lacking in the upper aspect of his beard. The overall goal of the transplant was to increase the density and fullness of the facial hair in the regions were hair was lacking. The patient had 1891 follicular unit grafts placed into the beard as shown in the immediate post-operative photographs. For facial hair transplants, Dr. Gabel makes all of the sites, and places 100% of the grafts. The exact positioning, hair direction, and angle that the hairs are placed are absolutely critical for a good result with facial hair transplants. Dr. Gabel has a particular interest in facial hair transplants as he has extensive fellowship training in facial plastic surgery and is board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. The photographs were put together by the patient to show the progression from the preoperative phase, immediately after the procedure, 10 days, and at 6 month. The patient was recently in for his 6-month post-operative visit and his results have been absolutely outstanding. He is extremely happy with the results as he feels the hairs are growing in as he desired, and the results are very natural. The patient will be returning for his 1-year post-operative visit at which time we will post his progress. .
  8. This 59-year-old patient desired to have his frontal hairline redifined and filled in, and also increase the density of his crown. The photographs show his before and 1-year results in which approximately 1600 follicular unit grafts were placed in the frontal area of his scalp, and 1200 grafts were placed into his crown. This patient lives close by the office so we plan to have him back over the next year to follow his progress and show his 2-year final results.
  9. This patient from the Los Angeles area desired to have his hairline and frontal area of his scalp transplanted to restore his hair in those areas. 3655 follicular unit grafts were transplanted into the frontal hairline region in one session. The photographs demonstrate his appearance before the transplant and at his one-year follow up visit. Additionally, we included close-up photographs of the hairline and transplanted area in the frontal region of the scalp. The patient is on finasteride and minoxidil which are helping to maintain his natural hair – in fact, he has had an excellent response to the medications which have thickened his hair. The patient is very active in sports and is extremely satisfied with the results he has obtained as he feels he has gained a more youthful appearance by framing his face with the transplanted hairs and boosted his overall confidence.
  10. This patient is a 46-year-old gentleman who desired a more youthful appearance as his hairline had receded over the past 20 years. He wanted to have a natural, age appropriate hairline and increased density throughout the frontal scalp. The patient had 2344 grafts placed in the frontal hairline and scalp over a year ago. The patient does not live in the Portland area, but sent in home photos showing his 5-month and 13-month progress. So far, the patient is very happy with the results. He will continue to send in his photos so we can present his 2-year results.
  11. This patient is a 33-year-old transgender female from Seattle who desired a feminine hairline. Her hair is light brown, medium thickness in caliber, which is excellent for frontal hairline and frontal-temporal recession restoration/transplantation. The reason that her hair is excellent for the transplant is that it is thick enough to give the appearance of nice, natural density, but not too thick which can give an unnatural look in the frontal hairline. In the frontal zone, we strive to put the thinnest hairs in the most anterior aspect of the hairline, and build a gradient to thicker hairs the further back in the transplanted zone. This gives the most natural appearance to a frontal hairline transplant. This patient had her transplant just over a week ago and was willing to share her photographs on a monthly basis while the transplanted hairs grow. She is from Seattle so the follow up photographs will have a different appearance (background/camera), but the concept will be nicely demonstrated as the transplanted hairs grown throughout the coming year. I want to thank this patient in advance for taking the time and offering to take her photographs on a monthly basis to post her results.
  12. This patient is a male-to-female transgender patient who presented to feminize her frontal hairline. The results show her 1-year result after 3524 follicular unit grafts were placed in the frontal hairline and frontotemporal angles. At the 1-year mark, she is extremely happy with the results as she is able to wear her hair down and style it in a very feminine manner. She has also enhanced the appearance of her hair by coloring it.
  13. 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.
  14. This 33-year-old gentleman had a transplant a few years ago at another clinic to increase the density of his frontal hairline. After the procedure, he felt that the hairline was not straight with the left side higher then the right side. After a thorough consultation, both the patient and I designed his desired hairline that he felt was straight and would balance the left and right sides appropriately. He desired more hair on the left side, but also wanted to augment the entire frontal hairline. We transplanted 1238 grafts into the first couple centimeters with a greater emphasis on the left side to correct the imbalance. The photographs presented are 18 months after the procedure at the Gabel Center. We do not have his original preoperative photographs (prior to his first hair transplant) to show. The photographs here depict his preoperative state with us, photographs depicting the proposed lines, immediate postoperative photographs, and the 18-month results.
  15. This patient is a 55-year-old gentleman who had 2 transplants with us over a 2-year timespan for a total of 5074 grafts to the frontal and midscalp zones. He is frequently on the forums with the username of Biz. When we met over 2 years ago, we had lengthy discussions about the eventual outcome as his hair is thin and he had extensive hair loss as a NW 6/7. At the initial meeting, I was optimistic he would have a nice result, but I cautioned him that the result would be “thin” based on the amount of scalp that would need to be covered and his hair characteristics. He recently send me some updated photographs 8 months after his last transplant which demonstrate very nice frontal and midscalp growth and coverage given his hair characteristics. He has grown his hair out which really adds to the overall look of fullness. I have not seen him since the last transplant as he does not live in the Portland area so the “after” photos were taken elsewhere hence the different backgrounds. When I received the updated photographs, I was so thrilled with how his results have transpired as they certainly have exceeded what I promised in that first consultation with him and I. Since he is only 8 months following his second transplant, we will update this post at his 1-year and 2-year timeframes.
  16. I am presenting this patient who had surgery on September 3, 2014, and will display her results every month on this thread to document the progression of growth in hair restoration surgery. This patient had 3439 grafts placed in the frontal hairline and temples to augment and bring down her hairline. She has graciously volunteered to return each month to my office for the next year so we will be able to present her photographs in real-time. I feel this is instructive for patients inquiring about the progression of hair restoration surgery and how they may look each month.
  17. This patient had 2752 grafts placed into the frontal hairline and scalp. He is now approximately 15 months out from his surgery and his hair has grown in very well. Most important to him, it is very natural and he has received numerous compliments from his family and friends who he shared it with. The grafts were placed in a coronal orientation and were dense packed (see close up photo actually documenting the clean, dense packing). I include the preoperative drawings the viewer is able to see the hairline design and the final, natural results. The photos were taken in our Seattle office so the background/camera are not the same as in our Oregon office. This patient has posted on his own and I will update his thread with the photos. He stated when I saw him that the results more then exceeded his expectations.
  18. This 48-year-old patient of mine had surgery 2 years ago with about 3900 grafts to the frontal hairline and mid-scalp regions. He recently contacted us and sent in a photo of himself on vacation (only 1 after photo at this time). He is extremely excited about the transformation that took place with his hair and appearance, and stated that it really improved his overall confidence. He will be coming in soon for an appointment. I will present the full range of before and after photographs from the office when he follows up, hopefully in the near future.
  19. This patient is a 65-year-old gentleman who in 2005 had 2542 grafts placed into the frontal, mid-scalp/anterior crown region. Between 2005 and 2012, he had some more thinning of the native hairs and we added another 2409 grafts to the frontal and mid-scalp region, but this transplant, we added a good number of grafts into the crown. He is now 1 year out from his second transplant and is extremely happy with the result. In 2005, I did not take the extensive preoperative and postoperative photographs that I now take so there are only a few direct comparisons for photographs. The gray/blond hair mixed with a few black hairs gives him a very natural appearance for his age and overall his goals were accomplished with the type of hair he has.
  20. This patient is a 34-year-old gentleman who desired to thicken the frontal hairline and scalp. He was concerned also about the crown, but we elected to treat this area with medications at this point because of his age and see how well he responds. He had 2548 grafts placed in the frontal hairline and frontal scalp 6 months ago. He stated that his hair started growing about 2 months ago and seen continued improvement each month. Since he is only 6 months out, his hair will continue to grow and thicken over the next 18 months. IMG]http://i1233.photobucket.com/albums/ff382/GabelHairCenter/GabelHairCenter/PatientAlbums/Patient%20IL/10_zps0215e0ca.jpg[/img]
  21. This patient is a 51-year-old male who desired to strengthen his frontal hairline. He has very good density in the frontal central tuft area of the scalp, mid-scalp, and crown. 2260 grafts were placed in the frontal hairline region. The postoperative photographs show the 1-year result. Multiple photographs show the hair as he normally has it, and several depicting the hair with a band and comb to show the transplanted area more clearly. Case details: Total grafts: 2260 Strip method: 16.0 x 1.4 cm strip Grafts: 1’s: 516 2’s: 1041 3’s: 568 4’s: 135
  22. This 56-year-old patient two years ago desired to have his frontal hairline and forelock restored. His goals were very realistic in that he wanted to frame his face, and to have it appear natural. He wanted a hairline that was augmented, but age appropriate. He was also in situations when he had to shave the back of his head, and still is. In discussing the options, I felt he was a perfect candidate for FUE. He understood that FUE is not a scarless procedure despite what is falsely advertised on the internet and TV, or what is read in highly deceptive airline magazine advertisements - it does leave hypopigmented areas at the graft extraction site, otherwise known as a scar; however, if the person wants to cut his hair down to only a few millimeters, then this is a viable option to cover the scars, but it does not eliminate them. I explain this in detail to every patient when discussing FUE. The preoperative photos show the proposed frontal hairline that he desired. The photos show the results after 1609 grafts were placed into the frontal hairline and frontal scalp utilizing the FUE technique. I also have a video that I’m working on which will be added to this post in the near future which shows the extraction sites. When performing FUE, I personally do all the FUE extractions on my patients. Since 2011, I use much stronger loop magnification to visualize the follicles for a more exact extraction process. Once the grafts are extracted, they are carefully examined under the microscope for any signs transection or visualized damage to the grafts. If any damage has occurred, they are rejected. This patient is extremely happy with the results as it accomplished his goals.
  23. This 36-year-old patient desired to have his hair restored in the frontal region of the scalp and the frontotemporal angles. A total of 2210 grafts were placed into the frontal hairline, scalp, and frontotemporal angles. Preoperative and postoperative photographs are presented at only 6 months growth. Close up photographs of the donor area show no evidence of the donor area scar despite the very short haircut. A video is also presented to show the results with a comb being run through his hair.
  24. I'm new to the forum but have used this site as a resource for years. About a week ago I went to Dr. Gabel for a scar revision along with around 450 graphs. So far I am very pleased with the results. I turned 30 last week, and this most recent surgery was my 5th. Boy, have I learned allot over the past 9 years... I wanted to share my history, since I have learned so much from everyone else on this board. My first HT was in 2004 in Spokane WA with Dr. Brown. I was 22 years old at this time enrolled in college. My hair was just beginning to thin slightly but enough to bother me. I can't remember how I heard about Dr. Brown, I think it was in the paper or saw a commercial. Whatever the case the marketing ploy worked... Initially I went to a consult with Dr. Brown, I didn't anything about HTs or possible alternatives. Dr Brown advised me that the other products such as finasteride and minoxidil where expensive really didn't work. Dr Brown stated a HT was the only permanent solution. He went on to say it was an out-patient procedure and made the impression to me that it was not a major procedure. I went ahead and had 600 graphs put into the frontal area of the hairline a week or so later. I was so naive, the night before the surgery I was partying and drinking til 4am, the surgery was at 7am... I was still half in the bottle when I arrived that morning. The transplant went fine but I was left with a major scar due to the strip procedure. At the time I buzzed my hair really short, I wish I would have understood that the procedure would leave this scar which would prevent me from keeping my hair this short unless I wanted the scar to show. I was young, didn't do my research and thought I could simply solve my "self contentious issue" with a simple procedure. 2 years later, at age 24 my hair loss continued and was amplified by the fact I needed to leave my hair longer to cover the scars, the thinning where the graphs were place made the transplanted hairs look "graphy", I elected to have another procedure with Dr. Brown for about 600 more graphs to try and band-aid the first procedure, for some reason he also put 100 graphs in the crown... The Surgery again went fine but the scar got larger... I had no idea what I was getting into. Again the past transplanted hairs looked unnatural and I was very self conscious about my hairline. now not as much that my hair was thinning but the fact but the fact that the graphs looked so bad and the scar on the back of my head. I wanted to do something about it. After completing college and growing up a bit, I started researching online and and came across this board. I wanted to do things right this time, I decided to have a transplant with Dr. Gabel in 2008. He was very cautious of the amount of graphs, the placement the scar etc. due to my age, it was decided we would go ahead with around a 1,400 graphs to the frontal area where the previous graphs were placed. in an effort make this area look more natural. I really appreciated the straight forward communication from Dr. Gabel, he was honest about what he could and couldn't do, not giving me false expectations. He made sure I was aware that I would likely need future surgeries as my hair loss progressed over age, he also prescribed/ recommended finasteride, minoxidil, and Ketoconazole shampoo. My first procedure with Dr. Gabel went really well. I really appreciated his attention to detail and skill, along with this staff. I was astonished with my results several moths later when everything was healed and the graphs where growing my hairline looked completely natural! The front and hairline of my scalp looked pretty good but the top and crown of my scalp was beginning to look very thin (except for the 100 graphs Dr. Brown had put in my crown in 2004). In July of 2011 I elected to have a second procedure with Dr. Gabel, this time around 2000 graphs, to the top and crown areas. Due to the amount of scarring from the previous surgeries and the amount of graphs for this surgery, I would need a scar revision 6 months to a year down the road. I really wanted to try and do this revision at the same time as getting the graphs. Dr. Gabel again was straight forward again, telling me it needed to wait. Looking back I am very appreciative his professionalism and expertise. After this surgery there was a huge improvement. Friends, coworkers, and family were complimenting how good my hair looked (I usually wore a hat and never told any of my family members, and only my best friend about the procedures). I felt so good, like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders, the only weight left was the massive scar... Almost a year has gone by, which brings us to last week. I had the revision surgery, along with about 450 graphs put into the crown and top area of my scalp. I get the sutures out tomorrow! I couldn't be more happy with the results so far, the scar looks like it is about 1/3 of what it used to be. he graphs look great as well but the most importantly to me was the scar. l have been very diligent in applying Polysporin and will be going forward with Mederma to treat the scar area. In the future if I elect for another HT in the future, I will surely go with Dr. Gabel, and will going with the FUE method vs the strip. After 9 years and 5 surgeries, I truly feel relieved. I highly recommend Dr. Gabel and his staff to anyone looking for consult or a HT. Thanks You.
  25. We continue to present Ken's monthly photos and video. We present his 10 month post-surgery photos to illustrate his monthly growth. He feels in the last couple months that the his hair is growing more rapidly. He wanted to show what his hair looks like when it is slicked back wet with gel. He had 2569 grafts placed into the frontal hairline and the frontal mid-scalp. With his hair “slicked” back, one can really appreciate how thick the transplant is. In the video, Ken describes how his family and friends react to his new appearance. Overall he feels the transplant has been life-changing with personal relationships and increased productivity at his job.
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