If you are seeking hair restoration, the Gabel Hair Restoration in Tigard is your best option. Dr. Steven Gabel is a leader in the field of hair restoration, and thousands of patients have achieved the finest results from his specialization in state of the art microscopic FUT, or follicular unit transfer. Dr. Gabel is the most experienced surgeon in the Northwest who has been offering FUT to his patients for over 15 years.
Our center in Tigard offers you a comprehensive treatment plan helping you achieve the finest hair restoration results from your surgery. Our team of experts is dedicated to offering excellence that is aimed at improving the quality of your life.
Who is a good candidate for hair restoration?
There are many reasons why people experience hair loss, the most common being androgenic alopecia. There are also several genetic reasons for hair loss, such as hormonal imbalance. Contrary to popular belief, hair loss affects women as well as men. In fact, men who suffer from androgenic alopecia typically experience hair loss, whereas women suffering from androgenic alopecia experience thinning of hair. Androgenic alopecia usually sets in during the age of puberty, but you may experience the effects only after a few years’ time.
You might think that women do not really experience hair loss, but data shows that they face hair loss as much as men. Fifty percent of women who are experiencing hair thinning may also suffer from hair loss. Women experience hair loss in a different pattern from men, since it is more diffused; but it still affects their confidence. Dr. Gabel’s vast experience with hair loss helps him to understand how hair restoration helps to boost your confidence. Here are the procedures our patients from Gresham can choose from:
- Male Pattern Hair Loss
- Female Pattern Hair Loss
- Transgender Hair Restoration
- Facial Hair Restoration
- Eyebrow Restoration
- Eyelash Restoration
Surgical hair restoration
You can get natural-appearing and permanent results from hair restoration at the Gabel Hair Restoration center. Dr. Gabel uses FUT, or the follicular unit transfer method, to give you optimal hair restoration results. Hair is taken from a donor site rich in healthy hair, which is usually located at the back of the scalp and then transferred to the recipient site suffering from hair loss using the following procedures:
Medical hair restoration
Other than the surgical procedures, we also offer several non-surgical treatments to help you achieve your hair restoration goals. Our treatments are customized to suit your individual requirements so that you get the results you desire. All the medications and treatments offered at our center are FDA approved and are meant to work as preventive measures when you are experiencing male pattern baldness. Patients from Gresham can choose from these treatments:
Techniques of hair transplant
Modern hair transplantation is a refined procedure where Dr. Gabel transfers healthy hair follicles from the donor site to the recipient site. This donor site is usually at the back of your scalp which is abundant in healthy hair; these hair follicles are then transplanted to the area where you have thinning hair or baldness. The success of your hair transplant depends on several factors like the density of the follicular unit from the donor site and its precise placement. Dr. Gabel is one of the most experienced surgeons with hair restoration procedures and he strives to give you results that are natural as well as permanent. Patients can choose from the following procedures in Tigard:
- Follicular Unit Graft Preparation
- Graft Placement and Insertion
- Hairline and Crown Design
- High Density Graft Placement
- Trichophytic Closure Technique
About Gresham, OR
Gresham is located in Multnomah county, to the east of Portland. There are several parks and National Register of Historic Places located in Gresham. Some of the more popular parks include the Main City park, Red Sunset park, Clatsop Butte park as well as the Gresham Arts Plaza and the Gresham Pioneer Cemetery which are public points of interest. Another famous site is the Louise Home Hospital and Residence Hall, which serves as a social services facility. There are several homes built in the early and mid 1900s that are frequently visited like the Jacob Zimmerman House (1874) and Dr. Herbert H. Hughes house (1922).