5
Oct

If You Are Considering A Robotic Hair Transplant In San Jose, It’s Worth The Drive To Foster City

San Jose is known as the CAPITAL of Silicon Valley, and Silicon Valley is all about technology. But guess what? If you are considering a San Jose robotic hair transplant the best method is the ARTAS method and that is available from the man who invented the procedure, Dr Miguel Canales. Read more

30
Sep

Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces New Informational Page on ARTAS® Hair Transplant for Better Client Education

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. Read more

25
Sep

Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces Innovative Post on ARTAS® Hair Transplant for San Francisco Residents

San Francisco, California – September 25, 2017. Silicon Valley Hair Institute, the leading hair transplant center in the San Francisco Bay Area, is proud to announce a new blog post focused on the ARTAS® hair transplant system and the younger demographic. As many younger people suffer from hair loss, they understandably hope to turn to the latest, most technologically sophisticated methods of hair restoration. Read more

27
Aug

Palo Alto Is A Leader In New Technology. But The Leader In Hair Transplant Options Is Foster City

Palo Alto is a leader in new technology. It’s the home of Hewlett-Packard, Tesla Motors, Skype, PARC, IDEO, Space Systems/Loral, Houzz, and Palantir Technologies, and has served as the incubator for Google, Facebook, Pinterest, PayPal, Intuit, and Logitech. Palo Alto is also one of the most expensive cities in the US. Read more

7
Jul

Choices, Choices! These Days San Francisco Residents Can Have Pretty Much Anything You Want – Including A Choice Of Hair Transplant Options.

San Francisco is a city of options. You can have whatever you want to eat or drink at pretty much any time of day or night. You can play water-sports in the Bay, go to a library, visit Dolores Park, pop into the farmers market at the Ferry Building, get an ice cream at Bi-Rite Creamery (as long as you don’t mind queuing for 20 minutes), take in the views from Coit Tower, visit the Castro Theater, see the sea lions on Pier 39, and a whole lot more besides. Read more

29
Jun

Bay Area Hair Transplant Leader, Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces New Review Milestone on Yelp

Foster City, California – June 29, 2017. Silicon Valley Hair Institute, one of the leading hair transplant clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area, is proud to announce a new review milestone on the local review service, Yelp. twelve reviews, including many five-star reviews for hair restoration services have been posted. Read more

7
Jun

The Best San Jose Hair Transplant Office Is In Foster City!

If you are looking for San Jose hair transplant specialists you need to look further afield than San Jose. In fact you need to look at Foster City. Here you will find the finest San Jose hair specialists who are not actually in San Jose. Read more

7
Apr

Hair Transplants For Women In The Bay Area

It’s a sad fact, but women can suffer from hair loss in the same way as men. The proportion of women that do have hair loss is less than that of men, but for women it can be much more demoralizing, and they will look for Bay Area hair transplants for women. Read more

25
Mar

Hair Transplants By A Robot

If you are thinking of having a hair transplant, you should be made aware that you can now have a robotic hair transplant in the Bay Area. There are many benefits to robotic hair transplants, speed and accuracy being just two of them. Read more

14
Feb

San Jose Is Bigger Than San Francisco, But The Best Hair Transplant Clinic In San Jose Is In Foster City

The majority of people in the Bay Area don’t actually realize that San Jose is bigger than San Francisco, but it is. The population of San Francisco is around 840,000, while in San Jose it is just about the 1 million mark. Read more