Walnut Creek Hair Restoration Surgeon
1299 Newell Hill Pl, Suite 200
Walnut Creek, California 94596 US
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5 out of 5 stars Hair Transplant

I had a fantastic experience

Dr. W is phenomenal. She immediately puts you at ease and is informative every step of the way. I cannot recommend her and her staff enough! I was extremely comfortable for the entire 8 hour procedure and felt like my comfort and well being was the most important thing to the entire staff.

5 out of 5 stars Hair Transplant

Wasserbauer was amazing both personally and medically.

Granted, my procedure was a mere three days ago. 2700 grafts. Dr. Sara has amazing personality and charisma. Her staff are friendly and optimistic. I was very comfortable through the entire procedure. Staff was very methodical. If she wasn't married..... :) I'll edit and update at three and six months.

5 out of 5 stars FUE Hair Transplant

The Best Hair Restoration Surgeon and Staff - Walnut Creek, CA

Let's be honest: Losing your hair is not one of life's more enjoyable experiences. It makes you self-conscious and causes you to waste years of your life trying to hide, camouflage, and generally obsess over the condition. And if you do eventually muster the courage to do something about it, that experience itself has the potential to be painful and possibly embarrassing. However, that is...

5 out of 5 stars Hair Transplant

Awesome Experience with Hair Transplant - Walnut Creek, CA

Amazing. Thats how i would have to describe this Doctor AND her Team! They went above and beyond making me comfortable during the prodecure. They even stayed late the day before Thanksgiving to make things perfect. As a small business health care owner myself, I know what to look for not only in quality but customer service. I would highly recommend Dr Wasserbauer and her team to anyone...

5 out of 5 stars Hair Transplant

Eyebrow Transplant. Walnut Creek, CA

Over-plucking and medication caused loss of eyebrows since 1971. Consulted Dr. Wasserbauer in July of 2013 for possible surgery. Became a candidate for the procedure when a patient was unable to be subject of an eyebrow transplant webinar in October 2013. By being selected for this webinar, there was no cost involved. Lucky for me!!!

5 out of 5 stars Hair Transplant

Hair Transplant at 37 for Receded Hairline and Density

I started slowly losing hair after 18 and by 28 I could see my scalp showing through my once rockstar hair. I started taking Propecia, which halted most of the hairline recession and my density improved. Still I was unhappy with my hair density, and very unhappy with my "new" hairline, especially when I saw side photographs which I could not have seen in the mirror. I don't mind aging...

5 out of 5 stars Hair Transplant

Hair Transplant Review - Walnut Creek, CA

Doing so so...Good in all categories, transplant is so so. I will probably go back for a follow up in a few months because the service was so good. Very personalized service, a small office, no hassles, no stress. All staff was professional. A good experience. I would refer a friend if they needed the same thing done.

5 out of 5 stars Fraxel Laser

I've Had CO2 Laser Without Swelling, but Had Fraxel with Lots of Swelling - Walnut Creek, CA

I'm curious why this would happen. I had the CO2 about 14 years ago, I remember lots of flaking, oozing, scabbing, etc. with redness. Had my first treatment with Fraxel, and I swelled up like a balloon. Almost couldn't see out of one eye. Looked ridiciulous. Why would Fraxel, covering 20% of the area, cause swelling, but not CO2, which was 100% coverage? Yes, I liked the final...

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