When You Want A Hair Transplant in San Jose or San Francisco, You Want The Best You Can Get
Let’s be quite open and frank: if you are looking for a hair transplant in San Jose or San Francisco, you will probably already have discovered that it is not going to be “cheap”.
On the contrary, it is going to be expensive. You are probably looking at several thousand dollars. Perhaps not five figures, but it certainly could be heading that way. It will depend on your individual circumstances, of course, and how much hair you need transplanted in order to achieve the perfect outcome you desire.
But if you are going to spend a considerable amount of money on a Bay Area hair transplant in order to restore your looks it follows that you need to ensure that you get the best possible treatment, and that means that you need a highly qualified specialist.
Fortunately, in the Bay Area we are blessed with a hair transplant surgeon who is very possibly the most highly qualified in the world. Dr Miguel Canales runs the Silicon Valley Hair Transplant Institute based in Foster City, which is pretty much central to the whole of the Bay Area. Whether you’re in San Francisco or San Jose, we’re almost literally half way between the two great Bay Area cities.
So what are his qualifications, and why should you choose him over any other transplant surgeon for your Bay Area hair transplant?
Cut A Long Story Short: An Expert on Hair Transplantation
Cutting a long story short, Dr Canales probably knows more about hair transplants than any other hair transplant surgeon in the world. He is regularly invited to speak at conventions across the world because of his wide store of knowledge, and in particular because for ten years he was the Medical Director of Restoration Robotics Inc. He was in charge of the team that developed the ARTAS robotic system of hair transplantation which surpasses any form of manual hair transplant available anywhere in the world.
If you are skeptical, we don’t blame you. However, the simple fact is that a robotic hair transplant using the ARTAS system is far more accurate than any manual surgeon could be, no matter how many years of experience he has. You are dealing here with tiny clumps of a maximum of four hairs which have to be removed from the donor site at the back of the head and then inserted carefully into the recipient site, wherever on the head that may be. Just take a look at your hair in a mirror and try to identify a group of only four hairs!
The ARTAS robot is programmed by a computer and can transplant several thousand of those tiny follicular units – as they are called – in a Bay Area hair transplant session far more accurately than the best surgeon could ever do by hand.
Dr Canales offers all patients a totally free consult, and you can book yours by calling 650-638-1226 or emailing the office on firstname.lastname@example.org.