San Jose Residents Can Use Hair Restoration to Improve their AppearanceLee McDonald
San Jose is a big city, and it is relatively wealthy compared with some other cities. Residents are becoming very image conscious. Have you noticed all the Maseratis and Teslas on the streets? They say you are what you drive. That may not be true, but people do judge you on your appearance. And you are how you look.
If you are beginning to suffer some hair loss, that most certainly doesn’t help your image. And that’s not your fault. Many people suffer from hair loss to a greater or lesser degree, and that includes women too. Yes, men are more likely to suffer hair loss, but quite a lot of women do as well. All of which does no good for your mage whatsoever.
You may say “Oh well, I can’t do anything about it.” And in years past you would have been right. You’d just have to get on with it and try not to worry too much. However, we are now firmly in the 21st century and things have changed. In fact, they have changed a lot when it comes to hair loss. San Jose hair restoration is a lot easier than you might think.
The First Ever Hair Restoration via Transplant Was In 1952
The very first hair transplant was performed as recently as 1952 in New York by Dr Norman Orentreich. It wasn’t until 1984 that micro grafts began – using tiny grafts cut from a strip of donor tissue from the back of the head – and it wasn’t until 1995 that follicular unit transplants began, using miniature grafts of between one and four hair follicles. Then in 2011 Restoration Robotics introduced the ARTAS robot which is computerized and carries out the grafting with a far greater accuracy than the human hand ever could.
The Medical Director of Restoration Robotics who led the team that built the robot was Dr Miguel Canales who is no longer director of the company but now has his own hair transplant office at Silicon Valley Hair Institute in Foster City, with another new office recently opened in Palo Alto for San Jose hair restoration.
So if you are suffering from hair loss and considering a hair restoration in San Jose, who better to carry out the transplant for you using the ARTAS robot than the man who built it? There are very many advantages to what is known as a robotic FUE hair transplant. It is not only highly accurate, but also matches the angle and direction of any hair that is growing in the recipient area, and so produces an astonishing result that looks as though your hair has always been growing perfectly naturally.
Dr Canales offers all patients a completely free consult, so book yours today.