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  1. I want to share my recent experience with Dr Gabel. About myself: I am aged early 40s, currently living in Australia. I have had a slow receding hairline over the past 6 years and have been taking both minoxidil and finasteride to stabilize my hair loss. In 2016 I decided to have a procedure to lower my hairline to a point I was comfortable with. I had the procedure in Canada, it was 2700 grafts (FUT) and it lowered my hairline around 2cm. Why another procedure? I was delighted with how the hairline looked, but after 12 months I realised the density was not what I was hoping for. There were parts of the transplant which had excellent density, so I knew it was possible to add more to the areas that looked thin. As 2 years since the procedure passed, I figured it was a good time to have it done. I decided I wanted it done as an unshaven transplant. I keep my hair long, so did not want to have to wait another year before it grew out again. I also wanted to be able to return to work and not look like anything had happened. I spoke with 3 doctor’s who offered the no shave procedure. Dr Gabel personally responded to all my emails quickly answering all my questions. I had been following his work on this site and knew that going with him would result in a great procedure. From Australia to Portland it was an easy 16 hour flight with one connection, as opposed to the 22 hour 2 connection flight to Canada. Dr Gabel surgery is around 10 Km from downtown Portland and there are plenty of hotels around. I stayed in a self-contained hotel which meant I could cook my own meals, and was in walking distance of the surgery, making life much easier after the transplant. Surgery Day: Arrived at the clinic around 6:30am where one of the techs took blood pressure etc to make sure I was healthy enough for the procedure. Dr Gabel came in and I instantly felt at ease with him. He is very positive and personable, almost like meeting an old friend. We talked again about what I hoped to achieve with the procedure. Dr Gabel estimated I would need around 1200 grafts to get the density I was hoping for. Once we agreed my donor area was prepared. Dr Gable only shaves the smallest area where the donor will be extracted from. This allows the donor area to be less noticeable after the surgery. I was given a Valium to help relax I was taken to the operating room, 9 techs were already hard at work. Amazing to think they were all there just for me as Dr Gable only does one procedure per day. The donor strip took around 30 mins to extract, the only pain I felt was the numbing needles. I was sutured up and turned into my back for the placement to begin. Dr Gabel was present during the entire procedure. He would make the incision and immediately place a graft. The work was so clean. Dr Gable would insert around 50 grafts before he would take a few minutes break. During this time the tech would spray saline over the new grafts, making sure they stayed moist and clean. There is a tv available if you wish to watch but I found myself talking to Dr Gabel and his staff the whole time. It was a most relaxed procedure, apart from needing to be numbed a few times I needed no pain medication after the initial Valium. When we stopped for lunch around 700 grafts had been placed. Lunch was 20 mins, provided by them before we started again for the last 500 grafts. When the final graft was in place, I was amazed that it took over 8 hours. But Dr Gabel is so thorough, constant checking and repositioning the graft placement. He was never rushing. I found his attention to detail amazing. Once all the grafts had been placed the tech checked all the grafts to make sure they were placed and sitting ok. Then Dr Gabel rechecked every single graft. Looking into the mirror the first time I was amazed how clean the work was. It looked like I had the procedure 5 days ago, not 5 minutes ago. There was hardly any blood and the redness was minimal. The transplanted hairs were a longer length so straight away you were able to see how denser the hairline was. This result is going to be so good. The graft count ended up as Total : 1221 1 Hair: 216 2 Hair: 474 3 Hair: 416 4 Hair: 115 Following Days: The next morning, I went back for my first day clean. Like everything else this was done in great detail. Each graft was check again before I had my first wash. This first clean took over 2 hours. Dr Gabel also came in to check the grafts and he was extremely pleased with how it was all looking. I stayed another 2 days and I had my hair washed daily at the clinic. By the end of the second day I could pretty much go out in public. The redness was minimal and unlike my first procedure I had almost no swelling. Back at work 8 days after my procedure no one had any idea what I had done. The stitches were removed after 12 days. I am now at 12 weeks, around 95% of the hairs did shed, but now I can see new hairs appearing. Exciting times are ahead. Dr Gabel has an absolute passion in hair restoration, amazing attention to detail and a positive personality that makes you know you made the right choice. I cannot recommend him and his team enough. Pre Op: Pre Op Immediate Post Op Day 2 Post Op Donor at 2 months
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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
  5. This patient is a 31 year old male who had 2084 grafts harvested via the FUE donor harvest method. This was a combined case with both Dr. Gabel and Dr. Konior at Dr. Gabel's Portland Hair Restoration Center. The patient is now 8 months after surgery and is thrilled with the results thus far. He continues to send in photographs from home, and we will continue to post them with his permission.
  6. I wanted to share a what an exceedingly wonderful experience I had with Dr. Stephen Gabel in Oregon. I drove 7 hours from California for my hair transplant procedure and definitely had some nerves. I had done a Skype consultation with Dr. Gabel and was impressed with his ability to consult remotely. Having previously been stumped finding quality surgeons in my area I was relieved to find Dr. Gabel. The level of experience, knowledge and talent towards hair transplant surgery that Dr. Gabel and his staff presented were beyond my wildest expectations. Very professional, courteous and caring towards all my concerns. They took their time and showed a level of perfectionism towards this craft that I feel is very hard to find. I can't thank Dr. Gabel and his staff enough for a fantastic experience.
  7. This patient is a 29-year-old patient who desired to restore his frontal hairline. Because of his age, we designed a conservative hairline. He is on medical therapy which has helped maintain his current pattern for the last several years. He had 1629 follicular unit grafts placed in the frontal hairline region 6-months ago. His growth has been excellent, and when he returns for his 1-year visit, we will post the results.
  8. 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.
  9. I’m ecstatic! I just had SMP aka tricopigmentaion done by Dr. Steven Gabel on my god-awful strip scar from a different doctor, who shall remain nameless. The results of Dr. Gabel’s work went beyond what I could have hoped for in the FUE and SMP process. It was super quick too! Take a look at the pictures yourself! I also had FUE of 605 grafts (hence the darker red circles around the scar in the pics). He really wanted to make sure that the FUE process didn't thin me out to much (this is my 3rd), but that I also got what I needed for the transplant. He did a very good balancing act in my opinion! I can’t say enough good things about Dr. Gabel or his staff. This is my third procedure with Dr. Gabel (two strip with a scar revision and one FUE). I always feel welcomed and there is a homey nurturing feeling when you visit. His staff takes great care of you and the instruction booklet is top notch! Even for what seems a seasoned hair transplant pro like myself, I refer to the booklet often. For me, I keep coming back to Dr. Gabel because I know it’s going to be done right and look good. Isn't that what we all want? It’s a 5 ? hour flight from where I live on the east coast to Portland, Oregon, but well worth the travel involved IMHO. This new SMP he is doing is really fantastic! I just feel like he is always staying abreast of all that is hair restoration…Heck, he has been doing hair restoration for like 12 -14 years!
  10. First off THANK YOU to everyone on this forum and this site. So helpful and resourceful. In addition to all of Dr. Gabel's patients who have posted here, let me specially mention both SteelBlue7 and OtherSyde. Their thorough and detailed posts really led me to seek out Dr. Gabel and I'm so happy I did. I traveled from California and had an initial consult, and I was impressed by that enough to go ahead and book it. We discussed FUE and FUT, I chose FUT after long consideration even though his initial recommendation was for FUE, because I wasn't having a significant amount of work done 1439 grafts total, and because at the time I was hemming and hawing about the scar. But then after more consideration and seeing Dr. Gabel's closure work I decided to go with FUT and feel fine about it. So then travelled back for the actual surgery date, just a few days ago and will basically echo everything that has been said about this fantastic surgeon, all aspects just professional. It was fun actually, weird to say to anybody not having had it done, but the experience was so fluid and smooth and here I am on day 2 post op writing this message feeling great about it. Anybody researching surgeons, really do yourself a favor and see the other reviews and experiences posted here about Dr. Gabel and his team, SteelBlue7 and OtherSyde in particular and know that's what you can expect just professional and in capable hands and really great because Dr. Gabel is in the room placing grafts chatting and overseeing his excellent staff do their thing, you just feel really taken care of. Major shout to the Dr. Gabel and an equal and also enthusiastic shout out to his team which during my surgery was made up of... Aileen, Karina, Amanda, Katie, Bridgett, and Jennifer. Privacy reasons prevent me from posting pictures but the results so far are so in line with what I expected, density in frontal hairline, placement, etc... it's all great. If there are any questions, I'll do my best to answer but again the aforementioned patients have full and detailed accounts of the process you can expect with Dr. Gabel and his awesome team. Again thanks to this site and all the contributors, so helpful.
  11. 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.
  12. This female patient desired to wear her hair back; however, because of her naturally deep frontotemporal angles, she always wore her hair forward to cover them. She felt the alopecia in the frontotemporal angles gave her a masculine appearance, which she did not like. We densely transplanted 1892 grafts into the frontotemporal angles. As shown in the immediate postoperative photograph, it is vital that the grafts are oriented correctly in a lateral direction, which the hair naturally pointed in those areas. The slits are also made in a very acute manner so the hair “hugs” the scalp in the proper direction. The postoperative photographs were taken only 6 months after the procedure. We plan to have the patient return for her 1-year visit at which time I plan to post the follow up photographs.
  13. This patient is a 57 year old gentleman who desired to increase the density of the frontal scalp. He was not interested in lowering the hairline; he only wanted to increase the frontal density without causing a major change in his appearance. The patient is presented 19 months after surgery showing a much improved frontal scalp density. The hair was not trimmed or cut to perform the procedure. We utilized a combination of precut slits, and it was further refined with the stick and place method. The patient is extremely happy with the results and it has certainly met his expectations.
  14. Help me Obi Wanthair Kenobi, you're my only hope... Hiya. I'm 43 years old and have noticed my hair receding over the past five years more and more, but now it seems to be really thinning out over the last two. I posted lots of pictures in my profile. I am apprehensive and confused as to what I should do at this point. :confused: I'm pretty positive I don't want to take the current choices of drugs (which is basically Propecia/Finasteride at this point in time). I don't want to be stuck on them forever and also I'm not a fan of modern medicine -- seems there are always side-effects. Shaving/buzzing my hair doesn't seem like a real option though either as I just don't have the head for it (more on this later). I have been wavering on HT for the past couple of years. I went to visit Bosley about 1.5 years ago, but didn't leave with a very good impression as you probably already know. They seemed more interested in "When can you schedule" than anything else. I then put this thought on hold, hoping (like many of you probably) that maybe a solution was coming just around the corner. I started to work from home this past August, so that is a plus and I decided to do something about this hair loss while I have this ability/job as it would make recovery less stressful -- or so I thought. I see some doctors require buzzing my hair! This thought is really tweaking me as it means I will be quarantined to my home until my hair grows back out. I really don't look good in hats at all, and I think if I wore one socially, it would be a dead give-away as I have NEVER worn one before. I had gone to see Dr. Goertz a couple of weeks ago now (as he's very local), and he seemed like a good guy. He did the drawing on my head thing, and the template tracing thing -- none of which Bosley ever did. I even saw someone post a log of his work and it seemed a positive experience. Well two days ago, I called to put the $1k deposit down and the office turns out is closed on Wednesdays. A blessing in disguise it seems as I decided to punch his name into this site and was horrified to see the warnings! I literally got queezy thinking that *I* might have just been one of the horror stories I read about! I then researched a bit more and see that both Hasson & Wong and Gabel are very highly recommended. Both are equidistant from me (3 hours). Both appear to be roughly the same price. H&W do offer 2 day accommodations which I like, but it also involves travel across the border (which can be a multi-hour hassle). Given the choice which of those three doctors is THE best for me? Price is not an issue -- I just want "the best" as this isn't something I can really cover up if it is done wrong. And from what I gather, I'm probably looking at only about 1800-2100 grafts anyways (would you agree)? I am terrified of: a botched job! an un-natural looking job! a huge scar (although I wear my hair short/long enough in back #2/#3 or longer this is less of my concern) pain of staple removal (I read that they are not as easy to remove as sutures and can be quite painful to work out) also that given the distance, I'd most likely have to get them removed at a local hospital. a shaved head and being stuck home alone until enough of my normal hair grows in to cover the HT area -- possibly 2 months?! I just got a very short haircut last night to try and get people used to me with short hair, and I had her buzz the sides and back to a #1 so that I can measure how long it takes to grow out to say 1" or so. pain of needles shoved into my head! YUK! (I hate needles) pain of recovery (I read stories of numbness for months, or headaches, or sensitive scalp, or tight skin, etc.) I know the needle thing sounds like a big deal considering the whole process involves them effectively, but I have been mentally preparing myself for it and I realize I don't have any other choices here. I should mention that I have had Alopecia Areata off and on for probably since 2002. It has been dormant for the past 3+ years though. But back when I'd get the little bald spot in the middle/back of my head, I'd get 5-7 Cortizone injections, so I am hoping the numbing needle and follicle transplant is not worse than that. Other concerns are that I don't want to go through this again. I hear many people talking about their 2nd and 3rd procedures. Given my NW3 head and those grafts do you think I will have to have another, and after how many years if so? Is it the case that my hair loss will stabilize (given my age) or will I forever be losing hair till I'm bald on top? Meaning, if I get a HT, is it going to start to look wonky in a few years b/c my "natural" hair will have fallen out and now I'll have weird patches or something -- forcing me to do this again? What's this business about "shock loss"? Is that something I should be concerned with (given these three doctors and the buzz cut they require)? I read Dr. Lindsay (I think) talked about removing the sutures on day 7 to minimize "railroad tracks". Other doctors all seem to say 10-14 days. Thoughts? Are there any kinds of "guarantee" with these procedures? or are you basically at the mercy of the doctor and just hope things are going to look good in the end -- 8+ MONTHS later? Is there a list of questions anywhere I should ask the doctor (so I can cross check with my own list to make sure I'm not leaving anything out), or is that even a moot point with those three doctors as I can just have faith they are "the best"? Lastly, and this is the doozy, how many people have remorse over their HT? I have read a fair amount of people wishing they had never gotten it done! This really scares me. Is it that those people went to horrible doctors and this is not something I should concern myself with with H&W/Gabel? Thanks for any and all advice, guidance, help, recommendations, thoughts, encouragement, etc...
  15. 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
  16. 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.
  17. For several years, this patient has noticed a gradual thinning and decline of her frontal hairline. She felt that it was thinning to the point where she was unable to style it to her liking and always had to brush it forward to hide her hairline. It became very frustrating to her and ultimately she was self conscious about it. We designed a female pattern hairline by following her current hairline and lowering it to make a very natural female hairline. 2234 grafts were placed into the frontal hairline and immediately behind it to connect to her native hairline. Over 750 single haired grafts were placed just in the immediate 1 - 2 centimeters and the rest of the grafts were used to connect the new hairline to her native hairline. Close up photographs show the density of the frontal hairline around 60 FU/sq. cm. Once the grafts were placed, I surveyed the entire transplanted region, especially the frontal hairline, and additional grafts were placed in any spaces that could accommodate the hair. Photographs were submitted with similar orientations showing the timeline for the restoration process: immediately after surgery, 1 week, 3 months, and 1 year following the hair transplant procedure. A video demonstrates the 1 year result at approximately 85% growth; we expect the transplanted hairs to mature and thicken up over the next year of growth.
  18. This patient desired to have a thicker/fuller beard specifically within the goatee pattern. He is able to grow a beard at the cheek area, but always felt that the area around his chin was sparse. He also wanted to thicken up the mustache area. On examination, the patient’s scalp hair was thinner then his native beard hairs, but pretty good caliber. I discussed with him preoperatively that although I would be able to transplant into that area, the hairs would not be as thick and he may require more then one transplant to thicken the area up to meet his goals. The patient had 1573 grafts placed into the beard region centered in the chin area in the goatee pattern; several grafts were also placed in the superior portion of the mustache. The photographs are 8 months after the procedure where the hairs have been growing for a couple months. I expect it to certainly thicken up over the next year to fill in the area. At that time, we will reevaluate the results to determine if he would need additional grafts.
  19. Ken is now 9 months out after transplanting 2569 grafts to the frontal scalp. The before and after photos show how well a transplant can change the appearance of someone. Ken looks younger, he feels younger, and it has had a tremendous positive influence on his life and career. Hair style is also very important; again, his curly hair is a bonus as that adds a layering effect. We have been documenting his progress monthly. Here are his previous links to show the monthly progress of the growth of the transplanted area. Looking at all the previous months that he was posted, the progression is fantastic and life changing. Here are the links to show the prior posts showing his monthly progress: Link to Week 1 Photos Link to Month 1 Photos Link to Month 2 Photos Link to Month 3 Photos Link to Month 4.5 Photos Link to Month 6 Photos Link to Month 7 Photos Link to Month 8 Photos 9 Month Before & After Photo Results
  20. Hey everyone Im just wondering if anyone has had any hair transplants done in Washington state? Im 23 years old and my hair has slowly been thinning and receding for the past 3 years or so. Im looking for any advice because i can't stand it how everyone has to point out my balding and make me feel twice my age. So i figured it would be better to deal with the problem now rather than later. I've been researching some places and im interested in checking out the Gabel Center.
  21. Ken is now 7 months out after transplanting 2569 grafts to the frontal scalp. These comparative photos show his progress. His hair continues to fill out very nicely, is growing very fast now, and starting to add some density to it giving a fuller appearance. We have been documenting his progress monthly. Here are his previous links to show the monthly progress of the growth of the transplanted area. Again, I want to thank Ken for taking the time to come into the office every month to demonstrate the monthly progress of a hair transplant. Here are the links to show the prior posts showing his monthly progress: The Start: Month 1 Month 2 Month 3 Month 4.5 Month 6
  22. I know this will take a while to read but I ask that you read in full if you want a better understanding of the HT process. I know my experience may vary from others, but at least you will be better informed of what to expect before, during, and after your HT. I have been a long time lurker on the forum, constantly reading peoples post about preventative treatments, suggestions of HT surgeons, and analyzing HT results from patients posted pics. I guess it is now my turn to give back to the community that has helped guide me in the right direction for my hair restoration needs. If you want to know a little more about my hair loss background please read my initial post here: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/161402-dr-gabel-dr-hasson.html#post2270274 If you don’t want to read that I can sum it up rather quickly. No real family history of baldness, I started receding for the past 4 years, I had a bad experience + growth with one of the top FUE doctors on the site (let’s not get into that discussion please, it is what it is and I have moved on) . PLEASE share your comments about my experience/pics, and if you have any questions please ask. I want to make this as informative as possible for you and share my experience in detail because I know there is so much fear in getting a HT (specifically w/ FUT). Whenever something is permanent it takes a lot of time and guts to actually go through with it. I know for me I spent weeks and months at a time reading forums, analyzing before and after pictures. I am glad I did because research is key. I would not advise getting a procedure done until you have fully weighed all pros and cons (looking at family history of baldness etc.) Nor would I advise meeting only one HT surgeon. Do your research, meet with A LOT of docs, and talk with patients who have had procedures with those docs so you can hear about their personal experience. (A quick thank you to takingtheplunge, Spex, Bill, and othersyde for answering all of my questions. Othersyde, if it weren’t for you, I probably would not have gone through with the procedure so I thank you). So in my post today I will be talking to you about my HT that just took place this last week with Dr. Gabel. I was never even thinking about writing this experience on the forum mainly because I just wanted to get the procedure done, get my wanted hair back on my head, and move on with my life. But then I thought about how scared sh*tless (yes I will probably use this word more than once in this post) and how I would have liked someone to do the same. Secondly, I had such a positive experience w/ Dr. Gabel that I had the urge/want/need whatever you want to call it, to share my experience in full. What first impressed me about Dr. Gabel was that he meets with all of his potential clients in person. He actually fly’s to Seattle and I believe Idaho if I am not mistaken. To me this was really important because online consultations can be misleading due to lousy photographs as you can probably tell from my first post. I did a few online consultations with other coalition Dr’s on the forums and all of them were relatively in the same ballpark in terms of # of grafts so going into my consultation I had a good idea of what to expect. My first impression of Dr. Gabel was that he was thorough, conservative, and brutally honest. We talked about my family history of baldness, past procedures, current medications, and expectations so he could determine the best course of action. During the consultation never did I feel rushed so he could see the next client, nor did I feel he was trying to sell me on “X” number of graphs. I can definitely say he is more on the conservative side saying he thought I would only need around 1,000-1300 grafts. This number was a little disappointing to me as I was thinking more on the line of 1500 (which is what other HT surgeons estimated). I must note that I was totally set on FUE, because the thought of a linear scar on the back of my head scared me sh*tless and I figured I would lose the remainder of my hair stressing about the scar if I were to go that route. But we discussed the pros and cons of each procedure and seeing that I was most likely a bad candidate for FUE (previous procedure resulted in not so great results), FUT would be my only rational option if I were to get a procedure done. I too am a Doctor in the healthcare field and I know the importance of explaining EVERYTHING to your patients. Dr. Gabel did a very thorough job in this, checked my laxity, evaluated my donor area, and drew out a conservative hairline. He really took his time to look at the entire picture. (Sure enough I went home, did research, and found that typically (not always) FUT does give better yield on a more consistent basis) *I don’t want to get into a debate on what gets better yield, is a more traumatic procedure etc. etc. etc. nor do I want to start a debate on who’s the best HT Dr. I want to stay focused on the topic at hand which is my journey into the world of HT and my procedure with Dr. Gabel. The initial consultation lasted over an hour I would say I left there feeling pretty good about the whole thing and that I found the man to carry out my procedure. I guarantee that if you do take the time to meet with Dr. Gabel you will find that he is truly a class act. Even if you decide not to go with him for your HT, you will walk away saying that he is definitely a good human being. Over the next few weeks I weighed all options, evaluated the time I would need to take off to hide away, and ended up scheduling the procedure. Side note: Isn’t it funny how girls get boob jobs and flaunt them around town, but if a guy gets a HT, he feels the need to hide away so no one knows what he did? I’ll admit I’m definitely one of those guys. I don’t know if it’s an ego, pride, or masculinity thing, but I guess that’s the way it is. So as you can guess, I am hiding away in my far off cave, away from civilization, until all the evidence has subsided, writing this post. So I guess we can move forward to the week leading up to the procedure. Sure enough, I get sick on Tuesday (my procedure is Friday) and am scared to death that I may not be able to get this thing done. Most likely my immune system was comprised due to the thought of having a permanent scar on the back of my head along with being at work where people were sick. So doing the right thing I call Dr. Gabel’s office just to give him a heads up that the HT may not be happening. I’ll just put this out there now, Aileen is a saint. If you ever do get a HT with Dr. Gabel you will know exactly what I’m talking about. But anyways, Aileen calmed me down and was able to get Dr. Gabel on the phone to talk to me. Dr. Gabel said that if I’m too sick to come, no worries, we can postpone for a future date or cancel all together. He was very polite and sympathetic and just asked that I keep him updated so he would know whether or not to bring in his staff on Friday or not……..understandable. I take my vitamins, get some sleep and bam, feeling great the next day call Dr. Gabel up and the HT is back on. Day of the procedure I showed up at the office at 6:30a.m. and was greeted by two of his employees (I’m sorry I don’t remember everyone’s name!) The three of us went into a consultation room, went over the pre-procedure check list, took vitals, signed all the necessary papers, etc. Drinks and snacks were offered and at this point I felt comfortable, but still scared sh*tless. Dr. Gabel then came into the room, explained the day to me, and we went to work designing the hairline. Between me, two of his employees, and Dr. Gabel himself, we decided on a conservative hairline that we all agreed would look natural. This wasn’t something that was NOT done quickly mind you. I would say it took well over an hour, possibly an hour and a half until we were all in agreement. During this I could see the personality of Dr. Gabel come out. He is a true perfectionist. I mean it got to a point in where we were talking about millimeters! It was a little humorous watching Dr. Gabel stare at me so intensely, closing one eye, alternating to the other. Funny or not you could tell that he took pride in what he was doing and wanted it perfect. He also double checked the design with this device over my head. Dr. Gabel, maybe you can explain what that contrapment was? When you look at my hairline design from the pics you may say that we could have brought it down more or changed this or that but I was trying to be realistic and have a mature hairline + good density. The two most important aspects to me were density and an invisible scar. Dr. Gabel promised he would do his best in these regards but in the end it’s your physiology that determines how big the scar will be. I know that the key to a small scar is NO TENSION. Tension causes stretching resulting in a bigger scar. I must state again that my fear wasn’t the procedure necessarily, but the fear of having a stretched out scar making me look like a freak and everyone finding out my deep dark secret. I believe that Dr. Gabel did do a great job in getting primary closure using the double suture technique with trichophytic closure. I know there is a debate whether sutures or staples should be used but lets not turn this post into that debate either. The deep layer sutures were resorbable, the outer sutures were black silk I believe? He also sutured me up using running sutures. I don’t know if there is any advantage to this over interrupted or running interlocking etc. but I trust his judgment. (You can be the judge based on the pictures). So now that everything was signed, hairline designed, initial pictures taken, I was able to pop a valium. They said I could take two so naturally, I took the second. Side note about pictures: Dr. Gabel has an entire room dedicated to pictures. He uses consistent lighting in the room., “Markers” in the room that you stare at so you can get consistent angles for every photo session (front, side, back, etc.). So after personally seeing his photo room I know that his pictures are taken consistently and no alterations are being done, no messing with flash or any other “tricks” that people may use to enhance results. Back to the surgery: I walk to the operating room, I greet the rest of his staff (everyone is amazing by the way) and we get started. The injections don’t hurt that bad (thank you valium), and before you know it, the donor area is shaved, excised out, and I’m all sutured up. Instantly the team gets to work doing whatever it is they were doing to dissect the hairs from my ex-scalp. I believe there were 4 people under different microscopes? (correct me if I am wrong?) I could not believe the attention to detail these ladies had. They were focused, and I mean FOCUSED at doing whatever it was they were doing. While that was going on, Dr. Gabel got the rest of my scalp numb. I’m not going to lie to you. If you want temple work done you will really have to pay for that. The injections to numb the temple area suck. I mean suck. Valium cannot compete with temple injections. Temple injections trump Valium (paper-rock-scissors analogy) So let’s get away from temple injections. Dr. Gabel asked that I not talk during the first half of the procedure and to just relax and enjoy the music in the background. I understood and took no offense because it was a crucial part in the procedure. He was making the incision sites and needed to count the number of incisions per cm2 or something along those lines? That’s what I assume at least because I heard him counting to himself. Whatever it was he was doing he was in the zone. Every 30 mins to an hour everyone else updated Dr. Gabel on the number of 1s 2s 3s etc. that I had. He told me he needed this information to know exactly how many incision sites to make and what size to make them. Everyone had their sheets marking all this stuff down. His practice is a completely organized, well-oiled machine. During the entire procedure Dr. Gabel was by my side 90% of the time (this was another important aspect that helped me in my decision in choosing Dr. Gabel). He placed most of the grafts along with two of his auxiliaries. I really can’t explain how well everyone worked together as a team. I guess you would just have to see it. I mean his auxiliaries were looking through a microscope for hours at a time dissecting grafts. It was quite amazing if you ask me. I must add that time was not even a factor during the procedure. They were thinking we would be done by 4 or so. We ended up not finishing until 6-6:30 and not a single person tried to rush or get out of there on time for the Labor Day weekend. The reason for it taking so long was that the strip which they predicted would yield approximately 1500 grafts turned out to be 2157! This wasn’t a miscalculation on Dr. Gabels part, but I had an extremely high donor density (woohoo for me I guess). Dr. Gabel said that when calculating he had to factor in my previous FUE procedure, scar tissue resulting from this, etc. When I heard the number 2157 though I about sh*t myself though. I think Dr. Gabel may have been puzzled why I wasn’t ecstatic with such a high number. The reason being I had only budgeted for 1500 grafts. I didn’t say anything there but just went along with it (at the end of the procedure without me even asking he told me not to worry about the extra grafts. He said that we talked about 1500 the morning of the surgery and that’s all I would be charged for) Wow 657 grafts free of charge. I still don’t even know what to say about that………. speechless. During the entire day I got a good idea of who Dr. Gabel was as a person and these are the adjectives I came up with: Perfectionist, artistic, methodical, meticulous, and ethical. My opinion about Dr. Gabel is that he truly cares about the product that he puts out there. He is in the business for all the right reasons and not just for the money. You can see the pride and passion he takes in his work. Ok the day is over now but to top it off, not only did he buy me lunch, we went late so he bought me dinner as well. He told me to come by the next day for my one day cleaning if I was still in town. Night of surgery: To my surprise I was not in a lot of pain. What I typically tell MY patients to do after a surgery I perform is to take 1 tab of vicodin which has acetaminophen in it, but to also compound it with ibuprofen 600mg every 6 hours if the vicodin itself doesn’t stop the pain. I recommend for EVERYONE to do this. I was hardly in any discomfort at all. I was only worrying about dislodging my sutures which I had no basis for. It’s important to note that Ibuprofen is a better pain reliever and anti-inflammatory agent than vicodin. Combine them together and it works great for post op pain. Make sure you don’t exceed the recommended dose of acetaminophen or ibuprofen though or your kidneys and liver will suffer! Day after surgery and the next two days: So it’s Saturday on Labor Day weekend and Aileen and Dr. Gabel meet me at his office for my one day cleaning. People, wherever you get your HT done, stick around the next few days so the pros can clean everything up for you properly. I know I would have done it incorrectly if not shown how to properly do it. Side note again: Aileen you have the hands of an angel. She shampooed my hair, cleaned the grafts and I felt rejuvenated. She is truly a professional at what she does. I can’t speak highly enough about the staff that Dr. Gabel has put together. I know from experience that a well trained staff is crucial to run a quality practice. I ended up going there for cleanings/pictures on Sunday and Monday as well. Keep in mind this is Labor Day weekend! Overall I am very impressed with the whole process and am very thankful I went through with it. (again thank you othersyde for your encouragement and support). If any of you are wondering where I stayed, I stayed at the Econolodge for three days which is literally a block away from the clinic. It’s not this nicest place but good enough and CLEAN. It allowed for me to get some piece and quite, watch 3 day’s worth of television, and get some good old R and R. It’s cheap too by the way. If you mention Dr. Gabel’s name it comes out to $58 a night after taxes. Closing thoughts: Do I think Dr. Gabel is the best HT doctor out there? Who knows and I am definitely not one to make that accusation nor do I think anyone can. I can say my experience with him was fantastic though. Would I trust him to perform another procedure on my head again? Yes (I hope I will never need one though, no offense Dr. Gabel). Would I trust him with my friends and family? Yes. Would I recommend him to people who ask my opinion? Yes. Am I still scared about what my scar will look like in months to come? Yes. Was it better than my first HT experience? Yes, by a mile. Please note that I can only speak for the process that I just went through and not results. Only time will tell if the results will match the procedural experience. But I would assume great results come from a great/flawless procedure, so I expect nothing short of a fantastic result. And if it doesn’t turn out as planned I have faith that Dr. Gabel would make it right. What I want people to take away from this is that: 1) DO YOUR RESEARCH and find a reputable doc that you feel COMFORTABLE WITH! 2) Meet with your potential HT doctor IN PERSON (I know this is not always possible) 3) DON’T let travel be a factor in your decision 4) DON’T jump into a HT by letting someone prey on your insecurities. (this initially happened to me) Finally, I am awaiting to get my pictures from Dr. Gabel. Once I get them I will post them immediately. Once I do so I would love to hear all of your opinions on the work and what I should expect a year from now. Thanks!
  23. This patient is a 57-year-old gentleman who came to me after a failed hair transplant elsewhere in the Northwest. He stated that 2 years prior to my initial evaluation, he had a transplant, which did not achieve the desired result. In fact, he had problems with an infection throughout his scalp and an area in the left mid-scalp turned black. It took almost a year to fill in with scar, which is shown on the close up. On initial evaluation, he had many 4-mm areas of “white scars” which represented plugs that failed and had no hairs. There was an area in the left mid-scalp which was white and thin where the skin died (necrosis), and a white scar eventually replaced it. There were several areas of plugs that were very unnatural appearing. (See photograph with diagrams). The donor scar was wide and unsightly. We were able to perform 2 procedures on this patient with a total of 3570 grafts, with repair of the donor scar. Our goal was to repair the prior transplant by placing grafts where he lacked them, and thicken the entire scalp region with new transplants. We also wanted to make it look natural. I was not sure if the grafts would grow in the prior necrotic area, so these were placed very conservatively in that area to make sure there was adequate blood supply. The postoperative photographs are 3 year after the procedures. The entire scalp has been filled in and he has a very natural appearance to the hairline and scalp.
  24. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition hair restoration physician Dr. Steve Gabel discusses his medical background and how he became involved in performing state of the art hair transplantation.
  25. In this hair transplant video interview, Coalition hair restoration physician Dr. Steve Gabel discusses what he likes most about performing hair transplantation including seeing his patients happy.
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