Join us for a fun-filled evening in San Francisco to learn about the advances in men’s hair loss prevention, hair restoration, hair transplantation, and how to become a younger-looking you, while supporting a worthy cause, and also take your chance at winning exciting door prizes! All proceeds will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, whose life-saving mission is to find cures for children battling cancer and other life-threatening diseases. The event is presented and hosted by Dr. Miguel Canales, Silicon Valley Hair Institute.
The event will occur June 8, 2017, 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm at the Ozone Thai Restaurant, 598 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA 94107. For information or ways to donate, call 408-912-6635 or email mia ‘at’ lgmarketing.me.
Your $20 registration donation to St. Jude Children’s Research hospital includes:
Door Prizes for Raffle entries includes:
And many more prizes! You can preregister for this exciting San Francisco hair transplant event, by clicking here. Note: your donation receipt is your ticket to the event, raffle entries, and prizes eligibility. Need not be present to win. To download a flyer in PDF, click here.
Miguel Canales, MD founded the Silicon Valley Hair Institute to bring advanced treatments for hair transplantation and hair loss to patients. Dr. Canales is an internationally recognized specialist on robotic hair transplantation and an expert in the diagnosis and management of hair loss. As the former Medical Director of Restoration Robotics, Inc. (the manufacturer of the hair transplantation robotic system), he pioneered the clinical development of the ARTAS Robotic Procedure. He led a team of Principal Investigators to achieve FDA Clearance and led the commercialization of the ARTAS® Robotic System throughout the world. Dr. Canales has trained dermatologist, plastic surgeons and hair restoration surgeons on the ARTAS Robotic System throughout the USA, Asia, Europe and Latin America. Dr. Canales is named on over 11 critical patents that are the basis for robotic hair transplantation.