The delicate approach of Dr. Daniel J. Lee doesn’t disappear after a procedure has ended. This seasoned surgeon emphasizes the emotional and physical comfort of his patients through every phase of the hair restoration process.
At the original Anderson Center for Hair office in Sandy Springs, patients can receive cutting-edge treatments from Dr. Daniel J. Lee. As the protégé of the center’s founder, Dr. Ken Anderson, Dr. Lee brings a caring, personalized approach to hair restoration.
Hair restoration allows this surgeon with more than 25 years of experience to exercise a precise type of delicate patient care that is compassionate, thorough and fulfilling. In fact, being able to make that connection is exactly what drew him to this eld, offering a platform to care for a patient before, during, and after a procedure.
“Dr. Lee led me through the hair transplant experience by always putting my care, questions, and concerns at the forefront,” says a former patient of Dr. Lee. “On the day of the procedure, he explained each step in detail and was very patient to ensure I was comfortable. He was quick to respond with additional local anesthetic when it was needed. The follow-up from Dr. Lee was very detailed and personal: explicit written instructions on post-op care and three phone calls to check in with me over the first couple days.”
“The patient comes first in all that our practice does,” explains Dr. Lee, who offers patients a full menu of hair restoration services at Anderson Center for Hair, including surgical procedures such as ARTAS® robot-assisted hair restoration surgery, hairline revisions, platelet-rich plasma injections (PRP), low-level laser therapy (LLLT), aesthetic treatments and more. “Everyone who is a part of this team truly wants our patients to be happy, to feel comfortable and welcomed, to be at ease and be exceptionally cared for while they are with us,” Dr. Lee says. “We also want them to have the best possible result they can have from a surgery or any other treatment.”
“I love being able to help people feel so much better about themselves,” he adds. “It is a privilege and I am honored to be a part of that process. I enjoy the technical part of performing surgery, but by far the best part is following up with my patients after and hearing about the positive things happening in their life because of the treatment they received.”