Daniel W. Halby, DO
5524 S. Fort Apache Road, Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89148
702-258-6229 or 702-376-1445
Hair transplantation surgical techniques and equipment have rapidly evolved and changed over the last few years at a dizzying pace. With new techniques and smaller grafts, we can now offer results that are far superior than those available only two or three years ago. Dr. Daniel Halby takes pride in the fact that he updates himself on these changes every 3-4 months, taking time out from his busy full time hair transplantation practice to travel extensively, training and working at clinics, workshops, seminars, and conferences; becoming proficient with the new surgical techniques, medical instruments, and equipment in association with the most respected state-of-the-art surgeons nationally and internationally.
Daniel W. Halby, D.O. completed his undergraduate studies June 1971 with a B.S. in Microbiology and a minor in Chemistry at the prestigious California State University at Long Beach. He then went on to earn his medical degree June 1974 from the renowned University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa.
After finishing his internship July 1975 at Interboro General Hospital, Brooklyn, New York, Dr. Halby had his own Family Practice in Winterset, Iowa for a short time. Dr. Halby relocated, started and owned his own Family Practice in Las Vegas, Nevada for 26 years. On March 24, 1992 Dr. Halby was certified in Family Practice by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians. In early 2005 Dr. Halby found out that he had a natural aptitude and eye for aesthetic surgery; he had a passion for hair transplantation. Growing up in a family that experienced severe hair loss in both the men and women, he found himself drawn to hair restoration and discovered the major change it could have on one's appearance and self-confidence.
Member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery
Member of the American Osteopathic Association
Member of the Nevada Osteopathic Medical Association