For the very best Bay Area hair transplant surgeons you need to take a trip to Foster City (assuming you don’t already live there). Here in the city center you will find the office of Dr Miguel Canales who is widely regarded as one of the best, if not THE best, hair transplant experts in the world.
As the former Medical Director of Restoration Robotics Inc., over a period of ten years, Dr Canales was very much involved with the development of the ARTAS robotic hair restoration procedure and has trained plastic surgeons, hair restoration surgeons, and dermatologists throughout the world on the use of the machine. His name appears on 11 patents in respect of the ARTAS procedure. Dr Canales also regularly speaks at conventions across the world and is often appearing abroad once or twice a month.
Dr Canales is expert in every type of hair restoration and is happy to offer a free consult to every patient where he can assess the extent of the hair loss problem and its’ cause, in order that he can recommend the correct procedure which will provide the right solution. He will also answer patients’ questions to put their minds at rest and give them the confidence that they need to undergo what is, after all, minor surgery. Dr Canales provides the right individual solution for hair loss in both men and women.
This may involve FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation), FUE(Follicular Unit Extraction), a relatively new procedure known as PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), Robotic Hair Transplantation, and the Women’s Hair Loss Protocol which is only available at Silicon Valley Hair Institute. Over 40% of women suffer some form of hair loss and while symptoms may vary, treatments are available. These include eyebrow transplants. Dr Canales is truly one of the very best Bay Area hair transplant surgeons.
FUT therapy is a minor surgical procedure in which the patient is able to take breaks or use the rest room, and can watch a movie on a flat panel TV in order to relax and enjoy the day, while the surgeon performs his miracles. The hair directly above the donor site on the back of the head is lifted up and taped into place and then a small strip of donor hair is removed and passed to highly skilled surgical assistants who divide it into follicular units using a microscope. The donor site is stitched up and then the hair above is released so that in most cases it is impossible to see the stitches.
Meanwhile, the surgeon applies an anesthetic to the front of the head which numbs the whole head, and then places the individual hair grafts into the recipient site using jeweler’s forceps.
For the very best in Bay Area hair transplant surgeons, call (650) 551-1100 to book your free consult.