Hair Transplant Options – Visit the Silicon Valley Hair Institute in Palo Alto
Silicon Valley Hair Institute, under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon Miguel Canales – is one of the best hair transplantation clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Canales provides both the FUT hair transplant (FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) and FUE hair transplant (Follicular Unit Extraction) procedures for Bay Area residents, who find this top-rated hair transplant specialist, looking for hair loss San Francisco or Palo Alto hair restoration clinic, or even San Jose transplant surgeons. He even performs female hair transplants for women and eyebrow restoration. Dr. Canales offers the best hair transplant and robotic hair replacement options via today’s up-to-date technologies.
We’re excited to open our Palo Alto Office at the address below:
Address: 3000 El Camino Real#4 Building #200 Suite, Palo Alto, CA 94306. Tel. 650-638-1226.
Palo Alto Hair Transplant Doctor
Dr. Canales has been performing hair transplant surgery near Palo Alto for many years. He is one of the top-rated surgeons, and most respected hair transplant and hair restoration doctor in the San Francisco Bay Area. Patients come to Dr. Canales from all over the Bay Area and surrounding cities, including Palo Alto, and therefore we want to provide so
me easy directions. But first, some information on Dr. Canales and hair transplant surgery. Palo Alto residents are self-conscious about their hair, and they start a search for ‘hair transplant’ or ‘hair restoration.’ Many (both men and women) soon realize that there is a procedure, called Follicular Unit Extraction (called FUE Hair Transplant for short) as well as Follicular Unit Transplantation (called FUT Hair Transplant for short). Fortunately, Dr. Canales is a surgical expert in both procedures.
So, if you reside in Palo Alto, and are dealing with hair loss, it’s just a short drive from you to our offices in Foster City. If it’s hair transplant or hair restoration you are looking for, you can do no better than Dr. Canales, one of the most respected surgeons in the Bay Area for this procedure. Call or contact us, today, for a free consultation if you haven’t already done so. If you’re set for surgery, use this page for convenient directions.
Hair Transplant Procedures: Summary
Our hair transplant surgery offerings include –
- ARTAS Procedure (Follicular Unit Extraction) – the latest in robotic hair transplant surgery, we were one of the first San Francisco Bay Area clinics to offer this amazing technology.
- FUT Procedure (Follicular Unit Transplant – commonly called the ‘strip’ method, this hair transplant technique is easily accomplished using local anesthetics and mild sedation, in our state-of-the-art Foster Cityoffice.
- Personalized Service – why use a ‘big chain,’ when you can get a board-certified surgeon with years of experience and a personalized, caring approach to hair loss? Many patients come to us after visiting the big chains in hair loss… to discover the Canales difference!
- Individual Surgical Plan – each individual is unique, as is each hair transplant procedure. Meet Dr. Canales, and we will create a personalized surgical plan to achieve the best hair restoration results. You’re unique, and you deserve a personalized plan.
Palo Alto: Some History
For most of its history, East Palo Alto was part of unincorporated San Mateo County. As such, it did not have an official boundary until it incorporated in 1983. However, the area historically regarded as East Palo Alto was much larger than the city’s current 2.5 square miles. (See map). Large tracts were annexed by Menlo Park and Palo Alto from the late 1940s to the early 1960s.
The original inhabitants were Ohlone / Costanoan Native Americans. Spanish ranchers took over, followed by Caucasian speculators and settlers. For a time Chinese laborers were prevalent. Asian and Italian flower growers preceded the flood of middle-class Caucasians drawn to post-war housing developments. East Palo Alto later became the largest African American community on the peninsula. Today the city possesses a multi-ethnic population which includes a large number of Trade has alternately focused on ranching, transportation and shipping, brick manufacturing, farming, servicing travelers of Bayshore Highway and Dumbarton Bridge, and flower growing. At present there is a mix of small industrial, agricultural and commercial businesses