Capillus Physician Spotlight: Dr. Kenneth Williams

Considered an artist in the field, Dr. Kenneth Williams has an extensive hair restoration background that began in 1986. Prior to beginning his practice of medicine, surgery and cosmetic surgical care 30 years ago, Dr. Williams attended the University of California, Irvine to obtain his undergraduate degree in premedical studies. He went on to graduate medical school from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. Dr. Williams completed his residency at Long Beach Pacific Hospital. Following his residency, Dr. Williams went into practice as a primary care physician at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach and Irvine, St. Joseph’s Hospital in Orange and Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Today, Dr. Williams runs his practice at the Irvine Institute of Medicine and Cosmetic Surgery – Orange County Hair Restoration as founder and principle physician. Dr. Williams’ many accolades include Diplomate of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, Fellow of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery and board-certified primary care physician. He is also involved in numerous groups, including the American Academy of Cosmetic Physicians, and is a lecturer with the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery. Dedicated to teaching prevention and health as it relates to aging, Dr. Williams educates medical students and residents all across California. Currently, he sits on the clinical teaching faculty of Western University of Health Science in Pomona, Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in San Francisco and Chapman University. Given his extensive career, innovative practice and compassionate approach to medicine and hair loss, Dr. Williams doesn’t just perform hair loss transplants, but offers state-of-the-art techniques including stem cell therapy for hair loss. In addition, he was one of the pioneers of Follicular Unit Extraction, a surgical technique Dr. Williams underwent himself with 8,000 follicular grafts. Dr. Williams also recommends the Capillus272 Pro™. The FDA-cleared device, proven in clinical trials to increase hair count by up to 51 percent, allows for portability, discretion and results. Dr. Williams says other laser cap devices on the market are of no comparison. Capillus® provides a more appealing, advanced and effective approach to low-level laser therapy. Schedule with Dr. Williams The Irvine Institute of Medicine and Cosmetic Surgery can be reached at (949) 333-2999, or book an appointment online to discuss hair restoration surgery and low-level laser therapy

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