Hair Transplant San Francisco
Hair Transplant in San Francisco, CA
Our goal is to expand our hair transplant services in San Francisco to our clients and make the information and follow up process more convenient throughout the Bay Area. Our San Francisco location is within the offices of a premier plastic surgeon to provide a comfortable and professional environment.
Services will include medical consultations for hair loss for both men and women, and surgical options including high graft volume cases for advanced hair loss, reconstructive surgery (old plugs, scars, etc.), and the cutting-edge Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) technique for which we have become known as world leaders.
Artistic hair replacement, the latest, most effective medical therapies, and now convenient locations for all our patients – there are no more reasons to put off taking control of your hair loss.
Dr. Wasserbauer’s goal is to provide the best hair restoration services possible for her patient’s as conveniently as possible.
Our new offices are located in the prestigious Sutter Building. You can schedule hair transplant consultation services with consultant Jacqualine Archouniani. Jacqualine has worked in the hair replacement field for years and has worked as a hair transplant consultant for a national chain before joining Sara Wasserbauer, M.D.
San Francisco, CA
500 Sutter Street, Suite 430,
San Francisco, CA 94102
Consultation by appointment required.
Email: [email protected]
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