If you are looking for hair restoration, Gabel Hair Restoration in Tigard is your best option. Dr. Steven Phillip Gabel is a leader in the field of hair restoration, and thousands of patients benefit from his specialization in state of the art microscopic Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) or Follicular Unit Excision (FUE). Dr. Gabel is the most experienced surgeon in the Northwest who has been offering hair transplantation for over 15 years to help his patients get the finest hair restoration results.
Our center in Tigard offers you a comprehensive treatment plan so that you can achieve the most optimal results from your hair transplant surgery. Our team of experts is dedicated to offering excellence with each procedure aimed at improving the life of our patients.
Are you a Good Candidate for Hair Restoration?
There are several reasons why people suffer from hair loss, but the most common reason is androgenic alopecia. There are many genetic causes for hair loss, including hormonal imbalance. Contrary to belief, hair loss also affects women. Men who suffer from androgenic alopecia experience hair loss, whereas women are more likely to experience thinning of hair. Androgenic alopecia usually sets in during puberty, but you may see its effects after only a few years’ time.
Contrary to popular belief, data shows that women face hair loss just as much as men. Fifty percent of women who experience thinning hair may also suffer from hair loss. Women experience hair loss in a more diffused pattern from men, however, it still affects their self-confidence. Dr. Gabel’s vast experience with hair loss means he understands how important hair restoration is to boosting your confidence. Patients in Tigard can choose from several procedures, including:
- Male Pattern Hair Loss
- Female Pattern Hair Loss
- Transgender Hair Restoration
- Facial Hair Restoration
- Eyebrow Restoration
- Eyelash Restoration
Surgical Hair Restoration
You can achieve natural appearing, permanent results at the Gabel Hair Restoration Center. Dr. Gabel uses modern hair transplantation methods to give our patients in Tigard optimal hair restoration results. Hair is taken from a donor site which is rich in healthy hair, usually from the back of the scalp, and then transfers it to the recipient site using these procedures:
Techniques of Hair Transplant
Modern hair transplantation is a refined procedure where Dr. Gabel transfers hair follicles from the donor site to the recipient site. The donor site is usually situated at the back of your scalp which is abundant in hair; these hair follicles are then transplanted to the area where you are experiencing baldness or thinning hair. There are several factors which guide the success of your hair transplant such as the density of the follicular unit taken from the donor site and the precise placement of it in the recipient area. Dr. Gabel is one of the most experienced surgeons with hair restoration procedures, and he ensures that your results 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
Medical Hair Restoration
Other than the surgical procedures offered at our center, you can also choose from several non-surgical treatments for your hair restoration. Our treatments are personalized to suit your specific needs so that you get the results you desire. All the medications and treatments offered at the Gabel Hair Restoration Center are FDA approved and are meant to work as preventive measures when you are suffering from male pattern baldness. Patients in Tigard can choose from these treatments:
About Tigard, OR
Tigard is a city in Washington County, Oregon. In 2007, it was the 12th largest city in the state. The city was incorporated in 1961 and is located south of Beaverton and north of Tualatin. It forms part of the Portland metropolitan area. One famous local attraction is the John Tigard House, which was constructed by the son of Wilson M. Tigard in 1880. It was saved from demolition in 1970 by the Tigard Area Historical and Preservation Association and was registered as a National Historic Place in 1979. Another attraction is the Tigard Festival of Balloons, which is part of the Portland Rose Festival held at Cook Park.