Hair Transplants in Tualatin, OR
Dr. Steven Phillip Gabel is a leader in the field of hair transplant treatments. He specializes in the microscopic FUT, or Follicular Unit Transfer, procedure that offers his patients in Tualatin the finest restoration results. He is the most experienced surgeon in the Northwest where the use of FUE, or Follicular Unit Excision, procedure is concerned. He has been offering these procedures to his patients for the past 17 years.
The Gabel Hair Restoration center in Tualatin provides you a comprehensive treatment plan so that you can achieve the best results from your hair transplant surgery. The aim at Gabel Hair Restoration is to offer excellence in all hair restoration procedures and, in the process, improve the quality of life for every patient who books a consultation with us.
Best candidates for hair restoration
There are many reasons why you may be suffering from hair loss; however, the most common one is androgenic alopecia. This type of hair loss is genetic and is the result of hormonal imbalance which can affect both men and women. Men suffering from androgenic alopecia experience hair loss, while women suffering from this condition experience thinning of hair. Androgenic alopecia usually begins with the onset of puberty, but you may see its affects only after a few years.
Most people think that hair loss only affects men, but data shows the contrary. Women struggle with hair loss as much as men and almost half of women who are facing thinning of hair also ultimately, suffer from hair loss. Hair loss in women is more diffusive, and it not only affects their appearance but self-confidence as well. Dr. Gabel’s vast experience allows him to understand how hair loss plays a major role in the self-image of a person, and he is dedicated to offering the best results with hair restoration. Here are the procedures you can choose from at our center in Tualatin:
- Male Pattern Hair Loss
- Female Pattern Hair Loss
- Transgender Hair Restoration
- Facial Hair Restoration
- Eyebrow Restoration
- Eyelash Restoration
Surgical hair restoration
Dr. Gabel and his team of experts offer natural and permanent results at the Gabel Hair Restoration center in Tualatin. The method adopted by him for your hair restoration is the Follicular Unit Transfer, or FUT, which yields the finest results. The principle behind this method is the transfer of hair from a donor site that is rich in healthy hair to the recipient site. These are the procedures used:
Medical hair restoration
Other than the surgical procedures we offer at our center, we also offer a range of non-surgical procedures for the restoration of your hair. These methods are personalized to suit the specific needs of each patient. All the medications and treatments used at our center are FDA-approved and are preventive in the case of male pattern baldness. You can choose from these options in Tualatin:
Techniques of hair transplant
Modern hair transplantation is a refined process wherein Dr. Gabel transfers hair follicles from a donor site to the thinning or balding recipient site. Usually, the donor site is located at the back of your scalp which has an abundance of hair. These hair follicles are then transplanted to the area where you are facing baldness or thinning. There are several factors that lead to the success of your hair restoration, including the density of the follicular unit and the precise placement of the unit. In the hands of an experienced surgeon like Dr. Gabel, you can be assured of results that are not only natural but also permanent. Patients in Tualatin can choose from the following procedures:
- Follicular Unit Graft Preparation
- Graft Placement and Insertion
- Hairline and Crown Design
- High Density Graft Placement
- Trichophytic Closure Technique
About Tualatin, OR
Tualatin is a city located in the Washington County in the state of Oregon. A small portion of the city is also located in the neighboring Clackamas County. Tualatin is a southwestern suburb in the Portland Metropolitan Area that is located south of Tigard. The name of the city is taken from the Tualatin River that flows along most of the northern boundary of the city. The lobby of the Tualatin Public Library features a fossilized mastodon that was excavated in 1962 from the Fred Meyer parking lot.