February 1, 2017 San Jose, California. Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a leading Bay Area hair transplant center, is proud to release a new informative eBook about hair restoration options. Residents of San Francisco and nearby cities who suffer from hair loss may not be aware of the reasons for hair loss, nor the new, modern options for hair restoration including hair transplants by robotic methods such as Follicular Unit Extraction. Read more
It’s ironic that men are “more concerned” about hair loss and at the same time it is more “socially acceptable” for men to have a hair transplant than for women.
Yet it is not only men who suffer hair loss – women have the same problem too. However, the thought of women having a hair transplant is socially UN-acceptable to many people, which is indicative of some of the biased ideas of the 21st century. It’s “OK” for men but not “OK” for women. Isn’t that ridiculous? Read more
Palo Alto, California – November 29, 2016. Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a leading San Francisco Bay Area hair restoration center, is proud to announce its Women’s Hair Loss Protocol, an innovative, step-by-step methodology to assist women suffering from hair loss. With over 40% of women suffering from hair loss, the Institute is reflecting strong customer demand for new therapies and new methodologies to assist women with hair restoration, including services such as Platelet Rich Plasma and hair transplantation. Read more
September 15, 2016 – San Jose, California. Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a top-rated San Francisco Bay Area hair transplant center, is proud to announce a new information page on San Jose hair transplant and restoration services, including detailed driving directions to its Foster City offices. Read more
There is no disputing that fact that a hair transplant surgery is going to set you back a bit. Surgery of any kind comes with non-trivial expense these days. However, we are not going to get into dollars and cents at this point; instead we will consider how to evaluate the benefits of the procedure which are largely intangible, against the hair transplant cost. I think the case can be made that the value proposition is there. Read more