You can get a comprehensive treatment plan for your hair loss concerns at the Gabel Hair Restoration center. Patients from Beaverton can benefit from the expertise of the leader in the field of hair restoration when they book a consultation with Dr. Steven Phillip Gabel. He specializes in follicular unit grafting, or the microscopic FUT procedures and has been offering consistently natural and permanent results. Dr. Gabel brings vast experience of more than 15 years to his patients from Beaverton. When it comes to the use of the beneficial Follicular Unit Excision, or FUE technique, he is the most experienced surgeon in the Northwest.
Each of our patients receives a tailormade treatment customized to suit their individual needs. It is our aim at the Gabel Hair Restoration to offer every patient excellent results from their hair restoration procedure and help them improve their life quality.
Best Candidates for Hair Restoration
There are several reasons which lead to hair loss in men and women, but the main reason is androgenic alopecia. This is a genetic hair loss where an imbalance in hormones leads to hair loss. The condition starts with the beginning of puberty, but you may see the effects of androgenic alopecia after several years in most cases. Men who are experiencing it will see hair loss while most women experience hair thinning.
For years, it was thought that only men experience hair loss. However, there is enough data to show that women are also affected by the genetic condition even though it presents differently. Women face hair loss that is more diffusive and effects their self-image and self confidence in addition to their appearance. Dr. Gabel understands how important it is for a person to feel good about their appearance and restore their self-confidence. Our team is dedicated to getting you the most natural and permanent results with a head full of beautiful har. Here are the choices our patients from Beaverton have:
- Male Pattern Hair Loss
- Female Pattern Hair Loss
- Transgender Hair Restoration
- Facial Hair Restoration
- Eyebrow Restoration
- Eyelash Restoration
Surgical Hair Restoration
The Gabel Hair Restoration center offers optimal results to its patients with different treatments and techniques. FUT, or Follicular Unit Grafting, uses the principle of transferring healthy hair from a donor site to the balding or thinning recipient site. Whichever method is used, you can be assured of beautifully natural results that last forever. Here are the procedures we use:
Medical Hair Restoration
Other than surgical hair restoration procedures, our patients from Beaverton can also benefit from a range of non-surgical procedures. These are personalized methods that are developed for your specific needs to help you achieve the results you desire. We only use FDA-approved medications and treatments, and patients suffering from male pattern baldness can use them as preventive measures. Here are your options:
Hair Transplant Techniques
Today’s hair transplant procedures are high-tech and involve Dr. Gabel transferring hair follicles from a donor site that is rich in healthy hair to the recipient site where you are experiencing baldness or thinning. Usually, the donor site is chosen from the back of your scalp. There are many factors which ensure that your hair restoration procedure is a success and some of these include dense follicular units and their accurate placement. When you are in the hands of a hair restoration specialist as experienced as Dr. Gabel, you can be assured that your hair restoration will be a success and you will soon be rewarded with a head full of beautiful and natural hair. Our patients from Beaverton can choose from these treatments:
- Follicular Unit Graft Preparation
- Graft Placement and Insertion
- Hairline and Crown Design
- High Density Graft Placement
- Trichophytic Closure Technique
About Beaverton, OR
Beaverton is a city located in the Washington County of Oregon. The city center is located in the Tualatin River Valley, 7 miles west of downtown Portland. The city has seen several transitions through the decades. In the early 20th century, it was home to automobile dealerships, with Ford establishing one in 1915. In the early 1920s, it was home to Premium Picture Productions, a movie studio which was later converted into Watt’s field. By 1998, the MAX blue line was operational. It is a growing part of the Silicon Forest.