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Dr. Ken Anderson MD, FISHRS, is the founder and medical director of Anderson Center for Hair in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a Diplomate of and holds three board certificates issued by the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, and the American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery and has practiced hair restoration exclusively since 2003. He is also a Fellow of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, the International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons, and is one of only 43 physicians in the US to be recommended by the American Hair Loss Association.
Dr. Anderson practiced in Beverly Hills, California before moving to Atlanta, Georgia and founding the Anderson Center for Hair. In 2013, Dr. Anderson was the first physician to offer the ARTAS® robotic hair transplant system in the state of Georgia. Anderson Center for Hair is now one of 2 national training centers for Restoration Robotics, the company that designed and manufactures the ARTAS® robotic system.
Boating on Lake Lanier, golfing and playing hockey are all activities Dr. Anderson enjoys outside of the operating theater. Art and photography have also been lifelong passions of his, and he still enjoys creating in his free time.
Daniel Lee, MD, FACS, is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, and a tenured surgeon at Anderson Center for Hair. Prior to joining the Anderson Center for Hair, Dr. Lee had a stellar surgical career as an Air Force major and Chief of Surgery in Warner Robins, Georgia, as well as held the position of Chief of Surgery for Piedmont Hospital over his 20+ year surgical career. In addition to clinical practice, he. Dr. Lee has a knack for both the art and science of natural hair restoration. His outstanding reputation for compassionate care, genuine concern for his patient’s well-being, and attention to detail serves him well when consulting with and treating patients.
When he’s not operating, you can find Dr. Lee at Atlanta’s SunTrust Park watching his favorite baseball team, the Atlanta Braves. He also enjoys traveling, swimming, movies, and spending time with friends, family, and his rescue pup, Hero.
The ARTAS® and ARTAS iX® Robotic Hair Restoration Systems are state-of-the-art surgical tools that our surgeons use to perform Follicular Unit Excision (FUE). Using complex software algorithms and stereoscopic surgical cameras, the ARTAS® System harvests grafts for transplant with micron level precision while minimizing disruption to the surrounding skin, and preserving the natural look of your donor area.
This method allows hair to be removed for transplantation from the donor area without using a scalpel, requires no sutures, and creates no linear scar whatsoever. Even after an ARTAS® procedure, you can wear very short hairstyles, which is a well-known limitation of the traditional linear strip procedure.
Your blood contains life-giving, growth and healing factors. We are able to draw a small amount of blood and isolate the red blood cells from the platelets and plasma. The resulting Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is then injected just below the scalp surface in the areas of need. After 6 rounds of injections spaced 6 weeks apart, approximately 55% of patients under the age of 35 see some hair re-growth. For maintenance purposes, PRP injections are recommended 2-3 times per year, which amounts to every 4-6 months, ongoing. The recommended frequency and expected goals of these treatments vary patient to patient. Your surgeon can explain what a realistic expectation for your specific situation would be with these treatments.