September 30, 2017 – San Francisco, California. Silicon Valley Hair Institute, the leading Bay Area hair transplant center serving San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland and all other Bay Area communities, is proud to announce an upgrade to its information on ARTAS and robotic hair transplant questions.
With many clients not understanding the basic similarity, it was determined that a new page specifically focused on ARTAS should be created for information-hungry San Francisco Bay Area consumers.
“The ARTAS robotic hair transplantation procedure is a state-of-the-art treatment using robotics, and we are proud to share the benefits of it,” explained Miguel Canales, surgeon and founder of Silicon Valley Hair Institute. “We also realize, however, that patients may not know that ARTAS is a robotic hair transplant methodology, and is, in fact, the dominant robotic hair transplant methodology. For this reason, we create a unique new informational page on the website.”
To learn more about ARTAS hair transplant technology, visit http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/artas/. To compare with the more general page on robotic hair transplant. Most importantly, no head of hair is the same, and interested persons (male or female) are encouraged to reach out to Dr. Canales for a confidential consultation on hair restoration options. Journalists and bloggers who are looking for an expert on ARTAS / robotic hair transplant technology are urged to visit the website and reach out for an interview.
Here is background to this important announcement. Arguments over small differences can become a topic of conversation for very real reasons. For example, if a service has been called a top hair transplant clinic for San Jose, but is located in Fremont it may be confusing. Yet both cities can be considered part of the San Francisco Bay Area. The clinic could still be rated a top San Jose service for hair loss treatments even if the location is Fremont. Similarly, robotics and hair restoration may include similar discussions, but the details could disclose key differences. Robotic methodologies such as ARTAS hair transplant technology can be (and in fact, are) the number one method for state-of-the-art hair restoration. Robotic developments in the medical and cosmetic field might offer contrasting information to the public. Reading each topic separately could bring better insight to overall robotic hair transplant services.
For this reason, Silicon Valley Hair Institute has announced a split between the ARTAS informational page and a more general page on robotic hair transplantation for Bay Area residents. Each page has been created to drill down for specific medical and clinical procedures concerning hair treatments. Small distinctions between the use of FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) and FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) can be reviewed for a better understanding of hair transplant options. Both pages can provide details about ARTAS hair transplant procedures. Bay Area residents may have no argument about robotic hair transplant technology when reviewing double the content.
Silicon Valley Hair Institute , under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon Miguel Canales MD, is one of the best facilities offering San Francisco Bay Area hair transplants. Dr. Canales provides the full range of advanced hair transplant and hair restoration procedures for Bay Area residents, from San Francisco to San Mateo to Palo Alto. If one needs a hair transplant specialist, look no further than this Bay Area hair transplant center. Dr. Canales also performs female hair transplants for women and eyebrow restoration, thus offering the best hair transplant and robotic hair replacement options. Robotics include state-of-the-art ARTAS hair transplant technology. Call today to 650-551-1100 for a no-cost consultation, or for more information visit the website.