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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. This patient is a 33-year-old gentleman who desired tricopigmentation to the scalp to give him a full, shaved appearance to his hair. At this point, he is not interested in surgery, and likes to keep his hair very short. The photos show before and after 2 sessions of tricopigmentation. The dots are very fresh, and the color will deepen over the next couple days. He will return in about 6 weeks for a touch up. The video shows the actual procedure being performed on the second day. Video Link: Dr. Gabel performing tricopigmentation*
  5. 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!
  6. I just had surgery last week, so it is far too early for before and after pictures. Although I am confident that the results will be great, this posting is simply information on my procedure and the process. First, I am transgender. This posed no issue for Dr. Gabel or the staff, and everybody was very kind. In fact, they were interested in learning more about the transitioning process so that they could make future clients as comfortable as possible. The process started by having a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Gabel about 6 weeks before the surgery (he was booked out about 6 weeks). The consultation was comfortable and comprehensive with no embarrassment. The office manager provided a written estimate which is based on the number of grafts that are anticipated to be implanted, and as she has 8+ years of experience with Dr. Gabel she was more than capable of answering questions related to the financial side. We then scheduled a surgery date and I made a security deposit to hold the date. On the day of surgery, I arrived at 6:30am to find several people busy preparing for the day. We spent about 2 hours signing paperwork (e.g., informed consent), finalizing the hairline design, taking photographs and taking medication (e.g., valium). Surgery began around 8:30am and vitals are monitored throughout the day to ensure safety. My job was simple -- don't move! This sounds easy, but when you are in a chair for 10 or so hours it is difficult to not adjust your position, cough, scratch an itch... If it is necessary to move, you need to give Dr. Gabel and his team a heads up so that they can stop working before you adjust. The donor site was harvested quickly and efficiently -- I would guess that this was done by about 9:30am. The entire team immediately started processing the donor tissue and turning it into 1-, 2- and 3-hair follicles suitable for implantation. Once a few samples were available, Dr. Gabel performed a few test incisions to check the size of the incision vs. my specific hair follicles, and after making a few minor adjustments to his instruments he was happy that the incision size was appropriate. For the next hour or so, Dr. Gabel proceeded to make tiny incisions over the entire graft area making sure that (1) he had high density and (2) that the alignment was appropriate so that the hair has a natural orientation. Nothing difficult or painful, but it was very odd listening to all the tiny incisions being made. While Dr. Gabel is busy making the incisions, the team is busy preparing the grafts. I was surprised to see that it took 7 people working constantly under a microscope for about 8 hours each to prepare all the grafts. After the incisions were made, the implantations begin. I have heard that many transplant surgeons delegate the implantations to their assistants, but Dr. Gabel was involved from the beginning to the end. He placed grafts during the entire process and performed quality control by monitoring the graft quality being produced by each team member. To be clear, Dr. Gabel’s is key assistants also help place the grafts (one of whom has been doing this for almost 15 years!), but this is necessary when so many grafts are needed. We took a quick 30 minute lunch break around 12:30 where the staff provided a very nice meal from a local restaurant (you order this during the paperwork phase). The food was good and there were plenty of options to support pretty much any dietary restrictions. It takes a long time to implant more than 3,000 grafts, so it was a long day in the chair. That being said, the staff was not only efficient but also downright pleasant. We talked about anything and everything which made the day go by much faster than it could have. Plus they have decent music from Pandora or you can listen to your own CDs, etc. I was so impressed with the entire staff that I am going to bring in lunch for them in the near future. First time I've ever "tipped" a medical group! So, hopefully this provides some useful information for people considering Dr. Gabel. I realize that the proof is in the pudding (or in this case in the hair line), but I will say that in my experience you tend to get good results when the team actually enjoys their jobs and cares about the results.
  7. This patient was interested in an eyebrow transplant to increase the density of his existing sparce eyebrows. He stated that he never had very thick eyebrows so his goal was to define the eyebrows more especially in the outer half of each one. He did not want them too thick. Approximately 230 single haired grafts were densely placed in each eyebrow. The hair direction is extremely important in eyebrows as the hairs must lay flat against the skin and in the correct orientation in specific portions of the eyebrow. The middle portion of each eyebrow is oriented up and laterally. The middle portion is oriented laterally, and the outer portion of each eyebrow is oriented laterally and inferiorly. If the hairs are not oriented properly, then the eyebrow does not look natural. The before photos are presented with the outline desired by the patient. The post op photographs are 6 months out. As seen, they are growing well and will mature over the next 18 months.
  8. This female patient presented with only a few, scant hairs in each eyebrow. When she was a teenager, she thinned them out by plucking; unfortunately, after a few years of thinning them out too much, they never grew back in. Her goal was to restore her eyebrows so they provided a nice balance of her facial features and definition to her eyes. To achieve her goals, about 250 single-haired grafts were transplanted into the eyebrow as shown in the design photos. I always have the patient draw their ideal pattern and adjust it for symmetry and naturalness. From a technical point of view, it is extremely important that the hairs lay as flat as possible on the skin, and that the natural curvature of the hairs are oriented correctly or else the patient will have "wild hairs" that are coming out in the wrong direction. The medial portion of the eyebrows are oriented superior/laterally, and as the eyebrow sweeps away from the central area, the hairs are oriented laterally with the curvature pointed toward the central portion of the eyebrow. This type of design and hair placement produces a very natural appearing eyebrow as seen in the "After" photographs.
  9. 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.
  10. This 58 year old male was concerned about the progressive alopecia of the frontal area and crown regions of his scalp. He described it as a slow loss over the past 2 decades. He noticed that along with the alopecia, that his hair was gradually thinning as well. When he presented at the clinic, he had significant alopecia of the frontal scalp and some alopecia of the crown. His hair was blond mixed with grey, but very thin. Additionally, the density of his donor hair was on the low side. We discussed his options in detail. He had been on a regimen of minoxidil and shampoos. Although we discussed the role of finasteride, he was not interested. In terms of a surgical transplant procedure, we discussed the potential outcomes given his lower density of donor hair and and the fine texture of the hair. On the plus side, his hair color/skin contrast difference would give him a more favorable outcome as they were similar. If his hair would be black, the result would be much thinner; however, since his hair color is blond, it was to his advantage in this situation. Given these facts, he understood that the end result would improve his appearance, but he would always have a thinner look given the characteristics of his donor hair. The photographs presented are 2 years following surgery which show the transplanted hairs filling the frontal and crown areas very well with the rest of the hair on his scalp. Although the density of his donor hair was low, the 2195 grafts were able to fill in the frontal and crown areas sufficiently to give him a natural, fuller appearance which he ultimately desired.
  11. 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.
  12. This 41-year-old gentleman was concerned about his receding hairline and desired to have it recreated to a more youthful appearance. Although we discussed his thinning mid-scalp, that did not bother him as much as the hairline, which he wanted us to concentrate our efforts on. 2642 grafts were placed in recreating the frontal hairline and frontotemporal angles. Understanding that hair loss is progressive, he also elected to be more diligent with medical therapy by taking minoxidil and finasteride, which he had been using on and off in the past. He feels that since starting medical therapy, his hair loss has slowed down. The results are shown 2 years following the hair transplantation. Just before the last visit, he cut his hair short, which he feels gives him a nice, clean appearance with his new hairstyle, which he is very happy with. Shortly, I will add a video showing his two year results.
  13. This 28-year-old gentleman desired greater density in the frontal and mid-scalp. He had been losing his 
hair for a few years, but felt it had stabilized. He was started on medical therapy, consisting of finasteride 
and Rogaine, to further stabilize his hair loss. 
3,033 grafts were placed into the frontal hairline and frontal mid-scalp in one session with a high-density graft placement technique with slits oriented in the coronal plane. The photographs, 
taken six months post operatively, show tremendous growth and increased fullness in the transplanted 
areas. Since he is only 6 months out, we expect continued growth and maturation of the transplanted hairs. Additionally, some growth can be seen in the crown area, which was treated solely with medical therapy (this is illustrated in the final photo). We will report his one-year results in the future.
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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.
  17. These are a little late in coming but here is Ken’s 2 month progress update. He had 2,569 grafts placed into the frontal aspect of his scalp and hairline. He has been coming to the office for photos and video so others can follow his experience month by month. At this point, Ken is starting to let his hair grow back in. Ken's 2 month videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae2BU920zA4 At month 1, he shaved his head; at this point in month 2, the transplanted hairs have gone through the shedding cycle.
  18. We have an interesting case to present - monthly. This patient recently underwent a hair transplant at our center. As seen in the preoperative photos, he had only scant hair in the frontal scalp region, which he desired to fill in. This patient was extremely enthusiastic about the whole process and he wanted to have us document it with monthly photographs and video. The video we have in this post is immediately after the procedure. As Ken returns to the office each month, we will be posting his video, photographs, and story so the community can watch his hair growth as it matures. His reason for doing this is to tell others what the experience of hair restoration is like. He felt that the procedure itself was much easier then anticipated. He is also going to write up his experience and post separately on the forums. Ken told me he would start that as soon as the video and photographs were first posted. We transplanted 2569 grafts in the frontal scalp. The breakdown is as follows: 1 haired grafts: 620 2 haired grafts: 1525 3 haired grafts: 414 4 haired grafts: 10 I want to publically thank Ken for doing this. He lives in Portland and will be stopping by the office to shoot video and take photographs each month as his transplanted hairs grow to maturity. Steven Gabel, M.D.
  19. This is a 59-year-old woman who had naturally deep frontal temporal angles. She consulted with us to fill in the area and to give a more feminine hairline. She desired to be able to wear her hair back; however, because of the lack of hair in the frontal temporal angles, she always wore her hair down to conceal the area. In one session, 2,111 grafts were placed bilaterally into the frontal temporal angles. Photographs show the patient preoperatively, six months after surgery, and one year later. In the six month photographs you can see all the transplanted hairs as they are shorter than the rest of the patient’s hair. When she was in for her one year visit, she said that the transplanted hairs are now long enough that she can tuck them behind her ears and she is happy that she can now pull her hair back and does not always have to wear her bangs forward. A video will follow that shows the one year result. Graft Count Single hair grafts: 521 Two hair grafts: 1,137 Three hair grafts: 440 Four hair grafts: 13 Total grafts: 2,111 Total Hairs Transplanted: 4,167
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