Henri P Gaboriau, M.D.Facial Plastic Surgeon
One thing that you will immediately notice about Dr. Henri P. Gaboriau is his French accent. Originally from the Brittany region of France, he obtained his first medical degree at the School of Medicine in Paris. He then transferred to Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA, where he received his second medical degree in 1994. He stayed at Tulane Medical Center to do his residency in the field of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. Following his residency, Dr. Gaboriau moved to Seattle to do a Fellowship in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Washington. In 2000, he opened the Gaboriau Center for Plastic Surgery in Sammamish, WA and is currently the director of this facility.
Dr. Henri Gaboriau is Board Certified and a Diplomate of both the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery. He is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, and the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He is also a Diplomate of the American College of Surgeons. He is licensed to practice medicine in both the states of Washington and California.
Dr. Gaboriau is an expert in all aspects of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and has over 15 years of experience and expertise that ranges from the traditional face-lift, eyelid surgery, and nose surgery to the advanced endoscopic forehead lift. He has also had extensive training and experience in the treatment of head, neck and skin cancer. As an expert in facial plastic surgery, he also performs reconstructive plastic surgery on the most complex cases involving victims of dog attacks and accidents.
Dr. Henri Gaboriau is also an expert in psychological issues related to plastic surgery, ranging from the pre-operative psychological assessment of facial cosmetic patients to facial plastic surgery as it relates to personality disorders. He has received national recognition for his expertise in the psychological aspects of plastic surgery. Dr. Gaboriau is the only plastic surgeon in the nation to write questions pertaining to the psychological side of cosmetic surgery for the annual national board of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. He is also in charge of reading and choosing articles pertaining to this subject for the Fellowship Compodium.
Dr. Gaboriau is the author of numerous, well respected, peer-review articles as well as many featured articles to help educate consumers and to build awareness among the general public. He has been interviewed on topics as wide ranging as facial trauma, dog bite attacks, the psychological aspects of facial cosmetic surgery, and the use of Botox®. For eight years, he was a member of the National Education Faculty for Allergan, Inc. which is the manufacturer of Juvéderm® and Botox®. In addition, for eight years, he has been a member of the Medical Education Faculty for Merz Inc., the manufacturer of Radiesse®, Belotero® and Xeomin®. He is known among his colleagues as the physician who trains other physicians how to correctly administer cosmetic fillers.
The Puget Sound Business Journal, Seattle Magazine, The Seattle Times, Star Magazine, Glamour Magazine, Allure Magazine, New Beauty, Body Beautiful, Internet Broadcast News, The Plastic Surgery Advisor, cosmeticsurgery.com, KOMO-TV, Komo-1000, the Discovery Channel, and newsfactor.com have utilized his expertise.
Dr. Gaboriau devoted time to voluntary humanitarian and service activities to Indian Health Service, in South Dakota, and Obstetric-Gynecology at La Rabta Hospital in Tunis, Tunisia. Dr. Gaboriau is the co-founder of the non-profit Face, Heart and Mind Foundation, formerly known as Heart 2 Heart, dedicated to helping disfigured, battered children, and he provides facial plastic surgery to injured children at no charge. http://www.faceheartmind.org. Dr. Gaboriau is also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for the Healionics Corporation. http://www.healionics.net.