SCHEDULING A CONSULT

We’ll determine the best treatment plan for you.

To schedule an in-person hair loss consultation, you may either click the “Request Your Consultation” button or call us at 404.256.4247. Our front office staff will do their best to accommodate your schedule and assist you with general questions. Your evaluation will be with one of our board-certified physicians. We do not have consultants or salespeople. The doctor will listen to your concerns regarding your hair loss, take a careful history, and ask you about your expectations for hair restoration and other pertinent information. You will have plenty of opportunity during the consultation to ask any questions that you may have about your hair loss and its treatment.

BESTSELF “BEST IN ATLANTA” AND ATLANTA MAGAZINE “TOP DOCTOR” EVERY YEAR SINCE 2014.

BESTSELF “BEST IN ATLANTA” AND ATLANTA MAGAZINE “TOP DOCTOR” EVERY YEAR SINCE 2014.

BEFORE YOUR CONSULT

Prior to your hair loss consultation, it is necessary to provide basic information and medical history. Anderson Center for Hair uses a paperless system, which allows you to submit your information online at your convenience. If you do not have an opportunity to provide your medical information in advance, then you should plan to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled consultation to complete the necessary paperwork.

Patients often ask if they need to bring anything to their appointment, such as photos with full heads of hair, photos of family members, or hair samples. However, it is not necessary to bring anything with you to your appointment.

PIONEERING FUE HAIR TRANSPLANT SURGERY SINCE 2003

With extensive expertise and more than 20 years of experience, the skilled surgeons at Anderson Center for Hair in Atlanta specialize in FUE hair transplant surgery. Dr. Anderson’s groundbreaking work in 2004, which was documented in a peer-reviewed medical journal, marked the first-ever FUE surgery performed globally. Benefit from their unmatched skills and join the thousands of satisfied patients who have undergone this remarkable hair restoration technique.

Densitometry.

The doctor may examine your scalp using a video densitometer. This device magnifies your scalp and allows the doctor to see naturally-occurring groups of hairs called follicular units. The densitometer is connected to a computer display, which enables you to visualize your scalp as the physician explains your hair loss in detail.

Through this device, we can determine your hair density (the number of hairs per square centimeter) and the degree of miniaturization of those hairs. In miniaturization, healthy full-thickness hairs, which are susceptible to the hormone DHT, shorten and thin over time and eventually disappear. The degree of miniaturization can be an indicator of future hair loss. It is important to determine if there are signs of miniaturization in the donor area (in the back of the scalp) when considering hair transplant surgery.

Diagnosis and discussion.

After you are examined, the doctor will diagnose your hair loss and offer specific treatment recommendations, which may include medical, surgical, and/or topical treatments. It is important to note that physicians at Anderson Center for Hair will only recommend treatments based on what they think are your best options, taking into account your age, your present degree of hair loss, and your anticipated degree of hair loss.

Treatment options.

If medical treatment is appropriate, Propecia (finasteride), Rogaine (minoxidil), laser therapy, and other options will be discussed in detail. If you are a candidate for hair restoration surgery, the doctor will explain the differences between the two major hair restoration procedures, follicular unit transplantation (FUT) and follicular unit extraction (FUE), and suggest which one would be best for you. Robotic technology for FUE will also be discussed. You will have plenty of opportunities to ask questions about these procedures. Together with the doctor, you will develop a master plan that is tailored to address your current and future needs.

At the conclusion of your consultation.

The hair loss consultation should take about half an hour. Upon leaving your consult, you will have a much better understanding of the causes of your hair loss, its state, and specific courses of treatment. Printed information will be provided when appropriate. Payment for the consultation is expected at the conclusion of the consult. Medical insurance is not accepted. However, our staff will provide you with a form that you can submit to your insurance carrier.

THE PROOF IS IN THE BEFORE-AND-AFTER PHOTOS

Let us develop a personalized hair restoration plan to help give you the best confidence of your life. We offer both in-person and virtual consultations.

THE PROOF IS IN THE
BEFORE-AND-AFTER PHOTOS

Let us develop a personalized
hair restoration plan to help
give you the best confidence
of your life. We offer both
in-person and virtual consultations.