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Thoughts On Dr. Wasserbauer For Hair Transplant?

Discussion in 'Hair Transplant & Doctors | USA & North America' started by rxdw82, Jan 27, 2020.

  1. rxdw82

    rxdw82 New Member My Regimen

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    Hello all.

    I visited a few hair restoration clinics in California, and the price quotes were all about the same. So now the deciding factor is the skill of the surgeon, and how happy people are with them. I got the best feeling with Dr Sara Wasserbauer's office in Walnut Creek, California. Everyone seemed warm and welcoming in the office, and they answered all my questions thoroughly. They convinced me to go with a FUT vs. an FUE procedure.

    Has anybody here, or know anybody, that went with Dr. Wasserbauer for their hair transplant? What are your thoughts?

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  2. karatekid

    karatekid Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Never heard of her. I suggest you to do a serious research and go for a well known reputable doctor. dont limit yourself to california, there are several great doctors in US and canada
     
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    Check this out: https://www.hairlosstalk.com/interact/threads/dr-sara-wasserbauer-in-walnut-creek-norcal.124968/

    had FUT with her 10/17/19 so roughly 3.5 months post-op. roughly 3500+ grafts. Same as you I went in thinking FUE but came out leaning FUT. Too early to judge my results but the experience was acually pretty cool. They gave me some good drugs....everyone is nice. A couple of the techs are cute. Dont think I ever had pain during or after. Hardest part is sitting in a chair for 5-6 hours and then having to sleep upright for a few nights.
     

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