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  1. This patient is a 52-year-old gentleman who had a hair transplant 2 years ago. He had 2462 grafts placed in the crown and right fronto-temporal angle/mid-scalp region. The right fronto-temporal area was important to him as he parts his hair from right to left. He desired an age appropriate hair transplant to improve the density in crown, but also to help cover the part on the right. He was very adamant that he did not want the density of a teenager, but he wanted to improve the density in the areas as described above. Overall the patient is extremely happy, as final results have accomplished the goals that he desired. At this point, he is continuing on medical therapy and has not plans for a transplant in the future. I have asked him to return in one year for a follow up.
  2. This patient is a 62 year old male patient from Portland who desired increased coverage in the frontal portion of his scalp. He has some scant hair in the front and wanted to redefine the frontal hairline to be able to grow his hair long for a full appearance. The before and after photos are presented which show very diffuse loss in the frontal scalp. His postoperative photos are 15 months after the operation where we transplanted 3099 grafts at the Gabel Center to the frontal hairline and frontal scalp. The interesting feature here is that he is growing his hair longer which adds additional volume to the frontal scalp which ultimately translates to a fuller appearance. Also, he has colored his hair black which further accentuates the fullness. The postoperative photographs were taken in the way that he styles his hair which is to layer it from left to right, again, giving an thicker/fuller result. Overall, the patient feels that his hair makes his appearance look years younger and overall he feels more confident with it. These photographs were taken with as much consistency as possible: I have been using the exact same camera (Nikon D300)/lens system for years, with the exact lighting arrangement without flash, and a consistent colored background which has not changed in years. The exact distance from the camera to the patient's chair is marked with tape on the floor, and we use the same settings on the camera to best obtain as close as possible identical shots. I also go through great lengths to have the patient look at objects pasted in the room on walls, a camera tripod, and light stands so they are facing the exact way for the before and after photographs for each and every patient. The photographs are all taken in hi-resolution which are cropped to fit in the frame I designed for presentation.
  3. We are presenting a 56-year-old gentleman who is 7 months out from a hair transplant to restore the frontal hairline. His goal was to redefine the frontal hairline so it flowed smoothly into his existing hair. We are presenting four views: frontal, top, left and right. Each series shows photos before markup with the hair pulled back to demonstrate the degree of alopecia in the frontal region, the lines drawn preoperatively which will be used to recreate/define the frontal hairline, an immediate postoperative photograph, and a 7-month result. The results show the transplanted hairs appear very natural, and they frame his face very well. The density of the transplant also shows a nice progression from anterior to posterior.
  4. This patient desired restoration of the frontal hairline and the frontotemporal angles. He had been slowly developing alopecia of these areas. He is currently under medial treatment to help slow the progression of alopecia. 2511 grafts were placed into the frontal region of the scalp. This patient demonstrates the steps leading up to the 4 month mark. The patient is planning to return in 2 months to also follow the progression of growth. At this point, the transplants are growing well, but they are still thin compared to the native donor hair. We expect over the next few months continued growth and thickening of the transplanted hairs, which will be nice to demonstrate in this forum.
  5. This patient is a 39-year old female who for her whole life has been bothered by very deep recessions in the frontotemporal area. Because of this, she nearly always wore her hair forward to cover the areas which were nearly devoid or had very fine, scant hair. This patient is a very active individual and desired to be able to wear her hair back without being self-conscious. Approximately 8 months ago, 2342 follicular unit grafts were densely packed into the left and right frontotemporal areas. At this point, her hair is growing very well, and she has noticed since month 3 that the hair started to grow. She is now reporting that her hair is filling in more each month. The photographs on the left show her preoperative planning lines and the photographs on the right show the 8 month progress photos. The 8 month photographs were not taken in my office - thus the white background. The last 2 photographs demonstrate the immediate postoperative appearance which shows the dense packing of the grafts, and very importantly, the proper hair direction. It was very important that the hairs are not only placed into the proper depth, but also that they are oriented correctly so they grow out following the natural hair direction. I am planning on seeing this patient at the 14-month postoperative mark and will post her new photographs at that time.
  6. This patient is a 37-year-old gentleman who is now 15 months out after having 2210 grafts transplanted to the frontal region of the scalp. Since the last visit, he feels the hairs are thickening and maturing. Overall he is extremely happy with the results. He is able to trim his hair pretty short as seen in the photos and it still has a very natural, full appearance. He is also able to cut the donor area hair down without any evidence of the donor scar showing.
  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 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Hello all, I started losing my hair when I was 15; and after finishing graduate school at 24 I decided to have the procedure done at the Bosley office in Washington DC. I have attached a few photos from before, DURING, and after the procedure. I had the procedure done on February 24th. The doctor initially wanted to restore 1800 graphs but with my natural thin sandy blonde hair, they actually were able to get ~2100 from the donor area. Not bad! The scabs have been falling off (some with the little hairs), but my head is healed. From what I was told it is natural for the scab to take the little hairs because the graph is still left in my head. You can tell I am a Rookie at this... Enjoy the pictures, please feel free to ask questions. P
  12. 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
  13. 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.
  14. 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
  15. Ken is now 8 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. The fullness is definitely improving and really filling out as his hair grows longer. 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, it is very interesting and exciting to witness the transformation that is taking place. His excitement is most evident with his words and emotions that are seen in the videos. The videos for month 7 and month 8 will be added shortly. 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 Month 7
  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.
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