Dr. Ken Anderson, double-board certified facial plastic surgeon and Founder of Anderson Hair Sciences Center, located in Atlanta, GA joins eHealth Radio and the Hair Health and Plastic Surgery Information Channels. He is here to discuss low-level laser therapy in hair restoration and regrowth.
- What is low-level laser therapy?
- Who is a good candidate for low-level laser therapy?
- How does low-level laser therapy work?
- What results can be expected of low-level laser therapy?
- What would you recommend for those looking for low-level laser therapy?
Dr. Ken Anderson is the Founder and Director of the Anderson Hair Sciences Center. He is a double-board certified facial plastic surgeon who has been practicing hair restoration surgery exclusively since 2003. He began in private practice in Beverly Hills, California in 2003.
In 2008, Dr. Anderson was recruited from California to join the Emory Facial Center, a satellite office of the main Emory Hospital dedicated to facial cosmetic surgery, to offer hair restoration to Emory Healthcare patients. His educational contributions include several Grand Rounds Lectures presented to the Emory Department of Dermatology, and the Emory Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
Dr. Anderson is also committed to education of physicians in the community, and has delivered educational talks to the physicians of Hamilton Medical Center in Dalton, GA, as well as to the Department of Family Medicine at Mercer University in Macon, GA. He has been an invited lecturer on hair restoration around the world, including Canada, Japan, and Ecuador.
In 2012, he won the Okinawa Award for a presentation about Follicular Unit Extraction procedures, delivered to the Japan Society for Clinical Hair Restoration.