Top 10 Makeovers for Men: Hair Restoration

Dr. Daniel Lee

Dr. Daniel Lee

DANIEL LEE, MD, FACS

ANDERSON CENTER FOR HAIR

WWW.ANDERSONAESTHETICS.COM

Daniel Lee, MD, FACS, is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery and a tenured surgeon at Anderson Center for Hair. His expertise with the ARTAS® robotic hair restoration system is second only to that of Dr. Ken Anderson in the state of Georgia.

Dr. Lee’s years of experience performing hair restorations and his many phenomenal reviews make him an easy choice for patients wanting to restore their hair. His outstanding reputation for delivering compassionate care has followed him through his long, surgical career and serves him well when consulting and treating patients. His genuine demeanor and attention to detail truly set him apart from other surgeons.

Screen Shot 2019-07-29 at 2.35.03 PMPrior to joining the Anderson Center for Hair, Dr. Lee was Chief of Surgery at Piedmont Hospital with over 20 years of surgical experience. Dr. Lee completed his undergraduate studies in pharmaceutical sciences at Rutgers University and his medical training at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, where he earned membership to the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society.

After receiving an Air Force scholarship, Dr. Lee completed his surgical training at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, followed by a stellar surgical career as an Air Force major and Chief of Surgery in Warner Robins, Georgia.

Screen Shot 2019-07-29 at 2.34.41 PMWhen he’s not operating, you can find Dr. Lee at SunTrust Park watching the Atlanta Braves. He also enjoys traveling, swimming, watching movies, and spending time with friends, family, and his rescue pup, Hero.

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