HAIR TRANSPLANT: Walnut Creek to Foster City!
Walnut Creek is just a short drive from Foster City! We’re seeing more and more interest for “Walnut Creek Hair Transplantation” among Walnut Creek and Northern, California residents. If you live or work in the region, we urge you to consider “hair transplant” travel to our office in Foster City, California. We’re passionate about Walnut Creek and Northern California but do advise that the Peninsula, from San Francisco to San Jose, has world-class technology and specialists for both male and female hair loss treatments.
- Book an appointment below.
- Call 650-638-1226.
- Our FRIENDLY staff will help you schedule your FREE consultation either online or in-person. Easy, fast, and confidential!
ADVANTAGES OF SILICON VALLEY HAIR INSTITUTE
- World-renowned hair transplant surgeon, Dr. Miguel Canales.
- FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) / Robotic technology using the ARTAS robotic hair transplant system.
- Free online consultation. We make it easy – you can have your consultations prior to commitment / surgery via Zoom / Internet.
- Office located in Foster City, central to the Bay Area. Enjoy the fabulous Peninsula / SF scene and its tourist attractions including fine dining, nightlife, museums and more before / after your surgery. You can commute in from Walnut Creek, or make it a 3-day “journey”:
- Generally, speaking it’s a three day hair transplant process:
- Day 1: Travel / arrival from Walnut Creek, California to Foster City, CA. Evaluation and surgical prep for your hair transplant.
- Day 2: Hair transplant surgery.
- Day 3: Recovery and re-evaluation of your hair transplant.
More Information on Walnut Creek CA Hair Transplant Surgery
For our Walnut Creek, California, clients, we offer the following hair transplantation services:
- Free Consultation. As explained above, we offer a free “virtual consultation” to our Walnut Creek California clients. This makes the process extremely efficient, and you have zero cost to investigate your hair transplant options. We highly recommend that you compare us with California-based hair transplant providers.
- ARTAS / FUE / ROBOTIC technology. Dr. Miguel Canales will evaluate your hair loss issues, and make recommendations on the best hair transplant strategy, which might be the more “manual” FUT process or the more “robotic” ARTAS process. Each head of hair is unique – whether male or female, straight hair or curly hair, European, African American, or Asian. Dr. Canales will evaluate your hair loss and give you your options.
- Affordable Hair Transplant for Walnut Creek. Our focus is 100% on high quality outcomes. But, that said, we are price competitive on a qualitative basis. We are a top-rated hair clinic in the San Francisco Bay Area and we use the state-of-the-art technology where appropriate. We can work with your budget from an all-inclusive perspective, helping you to compare total costs and quality of a Bay Area hair transplant vs. a Walnut Creek hair transplant.
- Hair Transplant for Women. Women who live or work in Northern California might be especially frustrated with their California options. Fortunately, we are experienced with female hair loss issues and are known as the best women’s hair loss clinic in the Bay Area.
- Beard Transplantations. Many Walnut Creek residents want a full, bushy beard. We can provide that type of facial hair transplant as well.
- Eyebrow Transplants. Again, this is a type of hair transplantation that is not necessarily available in Walnut Creek. We have the correct technology and skill to provide an eyebrow transplant to regain bushy, vibrant eyebrows.
- Other specialties. We are full-service hair transplant clinic, offering everything for Walnut Creek residents ranging from micropigmentation, the HTX360 experience, pubic hair transplant, and transgender hair transplant services. During your confidential and respectful consultation, inquire of Dr. Canales as to your specific hair loss issues.
Historical Factoid: Walnut Creek California
In 1872, after filing a subdivision map the year before, pioneer Homer Shuey laid out a larger subdivision that established the street pattern for Walnut Creek’s present-day downtown.
When the U.S. Post Office began delivering mail to the fledgling town in December 1862, The Corners was officially renamed “Walnut Creek.”
At around the same time, Albert Sherburne opened a general store at the corner of present day Main Street and Mt. Diablo Boulevard. The store was partially destroyed by fire in 1879 and rebuilt the following year.
Today, this building is the oldest commercial building still standing in downtown Walnut Creek and the home of a restaurant. A photograph of this store from 1872 is the oldest known photograph of downtown Walnut Creek.