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Robotic Hair Transplant System Market

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking – Global Review 2018 to 2028

Alopecia or hair loss is a chronic dermatology disease in which there is either partial or complete loss of hair from the scalp and other parts of the body. According to the National Alopecia Areata Foundation, approximately 6.8 million people in the United States and 147 million worldwide have developed alopecia at some point of time.

A strong family history is one of the main reasons contributing towards pattern baldness or androgenic alopecia in both males and females. As estimated by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS), more than 35 million men in the U.S. currently suffer from male pattern baldness.

ARTAS robotic hair transplant systems make the hair translation procedure more effective and less painful.  The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system is a computer-assisted equipment use to improve the quality of follicle. It also enhances the quality of the most challenging Follicle Extraction Unit (FUE). Various components of an ARTAS robotic hair transplant system are image-guided robotic arm, small dermal punches and a computer interface.

The robot is guided by a 3-D imaging software and the cameras. The device removes the hair follicle at a rate of 1,000 per hour. The FUE procedure involves removing hair from the donor region of the scalp and then implanting it into the recipient site.

The separation of the follicular units from the donor tissue is a tedious, repetitive and labour intensive process. The FUE process requires great precision to prevent damage to follicular units. The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system has significantly increased the accuracy of the FUE procedure.

The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system reduces harvesting time and minimizes any damage to hair follicles with its efficacy and great precision. The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system also improves the chances of graft survival. It is also far more comfortable than the traditional and more invasive hair restoration processes.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Drivers and Restraints

Increasing prevalence of various dermatological related disorders will drive the robotic hair transplant system market during the forecast period. Unhealthy lifestyle patterns and an increase in stress levels will further contribute towards the growth of hair restoration treatment and robotic hair transplant systems market.

Genetic and other environmental factors increase baldness among men and women. Technologically improved and minimally invasive transplant treatment methods will increase the growth of the robotic hair transplant system market during the forecast period. High adoption among people of young age to enhance their appearance will further fuel the overall market of robotic hair transplant systems.

However, high cost and various side effects associated with the treatment, such as itchy scalp, hair thinning, etc., might hinder the growth of the robotic hair transplant system market during the forecast period.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Segmentation

The robotic hair transplant system market can be segmented on the basis of end user and region. Based on end user, the hair transplant system market is segmented as:

  • Dermatology Clinics
  • Hospitals

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Overview

The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system market is growing at a fast pace as these systems are quite efficient and make the entire procedure more comfortable. Higher adoption of robotic hair transplant treatment over traditional, more time-consuming treatments has given a boost to the overall market of ARTAS robotic hair transplant system.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Regional Outlook

Geographically, the global robotic hair transplant system market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, CIS & Russia, Asia-Pacific excluding Japan, Japan, Middle East and Africa. North America dominates the robotic hair transplant system market due to the rapid technological advancements and better healthcare facilities. It is followed by Europe because of high adoption among end users. Asia-Pacific is expected to witness fast expansion in robotic hair transplant system market due to increasing prevalence of skin related disorders and growth in healthcare infrastructure. Middle East and African regions will witness sluggish growth because of lack of awareness among people and the high cost of the treatment.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Key Players

Restoration robotics Inc. is the manufacturer of ARTAS robotic hair transplantation systems, which were FDA approved in 2011.Other manufacturers are also focusing on developing other robotic hair transplant systems.

The report is a compilation of first-hand information, qualitative and quantitative assessment by industry analysts, inputs from industry experts and industry participants across the value chain. The report provides in-depth analysis of parent market trends, macro-economic indicators and governing factors along with market attractiveness as per segments. The report also maps the qualitative impact of various market factors on market segments and geographies.

The report covers exhaustive analysis on:

  • Market Segments
  • Market Dynamics
  • Market Size
  • Supply & Demand
  • Current Trends/Issues/Challenges
  • Competition & Companies involved
  • Technology
  • Value Chain

Regional analysis includes

  • North America
    • US
    • Canada
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Mexico
    • Argentina
    • Chile
    • Peru
    • Rest of LATAM
  • Europe
    • EU – 4 (Germany, France, Italy, Spain)
    • UK
    • BENELUX (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg)
    • NORDIC (Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Sweden)
    • Eastern Europe (Poland, Ukraine, Czech Rep. etc.)
    • Rest of Europe
  • CIS & Russia
  • Japan
  • APEJ
    • Greater China
    • India
    • Korea
    • ASEAN Countries
    • Rest of APEJ
  • Middle East & Africa
    • GCC Countries
    • Turkey
    • Iran
    • Israel
    • South Africa
  • Rest of MEA

Report Highlights:

  • Detailed overview of parent market
  • Changing market dynamics in the industry
  • In-depth market segmentation
  • Historical, current and projected market size in terms of volume and value
  • Recent industry trends and developments
  • Competitive landscape
  • Strategies of key players and products offered
  • Potential and niche segments, geographical regions exhibiting promising growth
  • A neutral perspective on market performance
  • Must-have information for market players to sustain and enhance their market footprint.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking – Global Review 2018 to 2028

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Skipton-based hair restoration clinic selected as only UK ARTAS Platinum Practitioner

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking – Global Review 2018 to 2028

Alopecia or hair loss is a chronic dermatology disease in which there is either partial or complete loss of hair from the scalp and other parts of the body. According to the National Alopecia Areata Foundation, approximately 6.8 million people in the United States and 147 million worldwide have developed alopecia at some point of time.

A strong family history is one of the main reasons contributing towards pattern baldness or androgenic alopecia in both males and females. As estimated by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS), more than 35 million men in the U.S. currently suffer from male pattern baldness.

ARTAS robotic hair transplant systems make the hair translation procedure more effective and less painful.  The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system is a computer-assisted equipment use to improve the quality of follicle. It also enhances the quality of the most challenging Follicle Extraction Unit (FUE). Various components of an ARTAS robotic hair transplant system are image-guided robotic arm, small dermal punches and a computer interface.

The robot is guided by a 3-D imaging software and the cameras. The device removes the hair follicle at a rate of 1,000 per hour. The FUE procedure involves removing hair from the donor region of the scalp and then implanting it into the recipient site.

The separation of the follicular units from the donor tissue is a tedious, repetitive and labour intensive process. The FUE process requires great precision to prevent damage to follicular units. The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system has significantly increased the accuracy of the FUE procedure.

The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system reduces harvesting time and minimizes any damage to hair follicles with its efficacy and great precision. The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system also improves the chances of graft survival. It is also far more comfortable than the traditional and more invasive hair restoration processes.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Drivers and Restraints

Increasing prevalence of various dermatological related disorders will drive the robotic hair transplant system market during the forecast period. Unhealthy lifestyle patterns and an increase in stress levels will further contribute towards the growth of hair restoration treatment and robotic hair transplant systems market.

Genetic and other environmental factors increase baldness among men and women. Technologically improved and minimally invasive transplant treatment methods will increase the growth of the robotic hair transplant system market during the forecast period. High adoption among people of young age to enhance their appearance will further fuel the overall market of robotic hair transplant systems.

However, high cost and various side effects associated with the treatment, such as itchy scalp, hair thinning, etc., might hinder the growth of the robotic hair transplant system market during the forecast period.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Segmentation

The robotic hair transplant system market can be segmented on the basis of end user and region. Based on end user, the hair transplant system market is segmented as:

  • Dermatology Clinics
  • Hospitals

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Overview

The ARTAS robotic hair transplant system market is growing at a fast pace as these systems are quite efficient and make the entire procedure more comfortable. Higher adoption of robotic hair transplant treatment over traditional, more time-consuming treatments has given a boost to the overall market of ARTAS robotic hair transplant system.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Regional Outlook

Geographically, the global robotic hair transplant system market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, CIS & Russia, Asia-Pacific excluding Japan, Japan, Middle East and Africa. North America dominates the robotic hair transplant system market due to the rapid technological advancements and better healthcare facilities. It is followed by Europe because of high adoption among end users. Asia-Pacific is expected to witness fast expansion in robotic hair transplant system market due to increasing prevalence of skin related disorders and growth in healthcare infrastructure. Middle East and African regions will witness sluggish growth because of lack of awareness among people and the high cost of the treatment.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market: Key Players

Restoration robotics Inc. is the manufacturer of ARTAS robotic hair transplantation systems, which were FDA approved in 2011.Other manufacturers are also focusing on developing other robotic hair transplant systems.

The report is a compilation of first-hand information, qualitative and quantitative assessment by industry analysts, inputs from industry experts and industry participants across the value chain. The report provides in-depth analysis of parent market trends, macro-economic indicators and governing factors along with market attractiveness as per segments. The report also maps the qualitative impact of various market factors on market segments and geographies.

The report covers exhaustive analysis on:

  • Market Segments
  • Market Dynamics
  • Market Size
  • Supply & Demand
  • Current Trends/Issues/Challenges
  • Competition & Companies involved
  • Technology
  • Value Chain

Regional analysis includes

  • North America
    • US
    • Canada
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Mexico
    • Argentina
    • Chile
    • Peru
    • Rest of LATAM
  • Europe
    • EU – 4 (Germany, France, Italy, Spain)
    • UK
    • BENELUX (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg)
    • NORDIC (Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Sweden)
    • Eastern Europe (Poland, Ukraine, Czech Rep. etc.)
    • Rest of Europe
  • CIS & Russia
  • Japan
  • APEJ
    • Greater China
    • India
    • Korea
    • ASEAN Countries
    • Rest of APEJ
  • Middle East & Africa
    • GCC Countries
    • Turkey
    • Iran
    • Israel
    • South Africa
  • Rest of MEA

Report Highlights:

  • Detailed overview of parent market
  • Changing market dynamics in the industry
  • In-depth market segmentation
  • Historical, current and projected market size in terms of volume and value
  • Recent industry trends and developments
  • Competitive landscape
  • Strategies of key players and products offered
  • Potential and niche segments, geographical regions exhibiting promising growth
  • A neutral perspective on market performance
  • Must-have information for market players to sustain and enhance their market footprint.

Robotic Hair Transplant System Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking – Global Review 2018 to 2028

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Restoration Robotics Announces Presentation on ARTAS iX

Restoration Robotics to Demonstrate ARTAS iX Robotic Hair Restoration System

Restoration Robotics to Demonstrate ARTAS iX™ Robotic Hair Restoration System at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

Restoration Robotics, Inc. (HAIR), the global leader in robotic hair restoration, will demonstrate the ARTAS iX™ Hair Restoration System technology at The Aesthetic Meeting 2019 being held in New Orleans from May 18 – 20 at the New Orleans Convention Center.

The ARTAS iX Robotic Hair Restoration System is the only intelligent solution to offer robotic, precise, minimally invasive, repeatable harvesting with simultaneous site making and implantation functionality in one platform.
Restoration Robotics – Booth #749

Speaker:

Dr. Brian V. Heil, MD, FACS

Dates:

Saturday, May 18th, at 10:25 am
Sunday, May 19th, at 10:10 am

Ryan Rhodes, President and Chief Executive Officer of Restoration Robotics, commented, “We are excited to showcase our cutting edge ARTAS iX technology and have Dr. Heil present on the ARTAS opportunity. As a respected leader in the field of plastic surgery and a very experienced hair restoration surgeon, he is well positioned to provide his insight on why he believes the ARTAS technology is revolutionizing the hair transplant industry.”

Dr. Brian V. Heil, MD, FACS stated, “The global male aesthetics market continues to accelerate, with hair restoration remaining a key growth driver. I look forward to discussing this market growth and how the ARTAS technology represents a unique offering for physicians active within the segment at The Aesthetics Meeting.”

At the meeting, Dr. Heil will also share his experiences in attracting the millennial male patient and how the ARTAS Hair Restoration System has changed his practice.

Dr. Heil has 18 years of experience in hair transplantation and has performed over 1,500 hair transplant procedures.  His practice was the first to bring the ARTAS procedure to Pittsburgh and the Tri-State region of Western Pennsylvania. With this cutting-edge technology, patients undergo a virtually painless Robotic follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplantation leaving no linear scar.

Dr. Heil trained at the prestigious University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Department of Plastic Surgery and is also a member of many medical societies including the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American College of Surgeons and the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery.

Restoration Robotics will conduct ARTAS iX Hair Restoration System demonstrations in booth 749 during the Aesthetic Meeting expo hours. To learn more about the ARTAS iX and to schedule a test drive, visit: ARTAS.com/testdrive.

For more information on the ARTAS iX Robotic Hair Restoration System visit: https://artashair.com/ix/physicians

About Restoration Robotics

Restoration Robotics, Inc., is a medical device company developing and commercializing the ARTAS™ Robotic Hair Restoration System. The ARTAS System is the first and only physician-assisted system to dissect and assist in the harvesting of follicular units directly from the scalp, create recipient implant sites using proprietary algorithms and now implant the hair follicles into the designated sites. The Company has unique expertise in machine vision, image guidance, visual servoing and robotics, as well as developing intuitive interfaces to manage these technologies.

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Update to ARTAS Transplant Surgery Page

Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces Update to ARTAS Transplant Surgery Page

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, Announces Update to ARTAS Transplant Surgery Page, as Bay Area Residents Set Personal “Upgrade” Goals for 2019

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a leader in robotic hair surgery in the San Francisco area, is proud to announce an upgrade to the ARTAS transplant page. Bay Area residents might plan to tackle a receding hairline in 2019. The updated web page lists the latest hair transplant surgery options for persons ready for a new head of hair.

“Many folks say they want to age gracefully, yet still have a youthful appearance. The new year is a great time to take action on this goal,” explained Miguel Canales, MD, surgeon, and founder of Silicon Valley Hair Institute. “Indeed, Bay Area residents from San Francisco to Palo Alto to San Jose are world-famous for being focused on technology. Our revised web page explains the cutting edge technology available via the ARTAS robotic hair transplantation system.”

Bay Area residents can review the newly updated ARTAS transplant page at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/artas/.

The newly updated page showcases the ARTAS system and allows Bay Area residents to book a one-on-one consultation with industry expert, Dr. Miguel Canales, to research whether robotic hair transplantation is their best option at mitigating hair loss. Interested persons can also find more in-depth details concerning the FUE hair transplant process at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fue-hair-transplant/.

Regardless, however, a person suffering from hair loss is encouraged to contact the company for a confidential, one-on-one consultation as no two heads of hair are alike, and Dr. Canales can provide a customized hair restoration plan that has the greatest likelihood of a positive outcome.

SAN FRANCISCO TAKES HATS OFF FOR ARTAS TRANSPLANTS IN 2019

Here is the background on this release. The new trends of 2019 are upon the Bay Area. Hat Shops have popped up in San Francisco in 2019, for example, possibly signaling a trending style for this last year of the decade. Locals setting a goal for a new look in 2019 could find the hats appealing. A custom-made Pork Pie or Panama style hat can leave the impression of an astute and youthful-minded individual. Once a hat is removed and a receding hairline is exposed. However, the next goal could include learning about innovative ARTAS hair transplant surgery.

Leading edge hair transplant surgery could be the right fit a San Francisco native ready for a change in 2019. The ARTAS robotic transplant system is the latest in hair restoration technology. A precise FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) procedure can limit scarring. Careful execution by an expert hair surgeon can create a more natural, youthful head of hair.

For these reasons, Silicon Valley Hair Institute has announced an update to its ARTAS transplantation informational page. San Francisco residents looking to improve a thinning hairline can find intelligent solutions for hair loss problems.

ABOUT SILICON VALLEY HAIR INSTITUTE

The Silicon Valley Hair Institute (http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/), under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon Miguel Canales MD, is one of the best facilities offering San Francisco Bay Area hair restoration. It is a professional team of San Francisco hair specialists lead by Dr. Canales. Dr. Canales provides the full range of advanced hair transplant and hair restoration procedures for Bay Area residents, from San Francisco to Palo Alto to San Jose.

Treatments include; robotic hair transplants, FUE/FUT surgery, PRP and micro pigmentation. If one needs a hair transplant specialist, look no further than this Bay Area hair transplant center. The clinic provides both San Jose FUE transplant and San Francisco FUE transplant services. Dr. Canales also performs female hair transplants for women and eyebrow restoration, thus offering the best hair transplant and robotic hair replacement options.

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Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces Post on ARTAS

Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces Post on ARTAS

Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces Post on ARTAS Hair Transplant Mexico Pros and Cons

The Silicon Valley Hair Institute is a highly rated hair transplant clinic in the Bay Area. With many clients considering travel to Mexico for ARTAS hair transplant, the company has released a blog post on the pros and cons.

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a professional hair transplant clinic offering the ARTAS robotic hair restoration system and lead by Dr. Miguel Canales, is proud to announce a new informational blog post on the pros and cons of travel to Mexico for an ARTAS hair transplant in Mexico. Bay Area residents searching for a cheap hair transplant option might be keen to consider travel to Mexico due to lower costs. However, the new post discusses not only the pros but the cons of travel out of the USA for hair transplantations.

“The cost of an ARTAS or other type of hair transplant in Mexico might only seem to be cheaper,” explained Miguel Canales, surgeon, and founder of Silicon Valley Hair Institute. “Our new post explains why and provides some things to consider before purchasing that plane ticket South of the Border for one’s hair restoration journey.”

Bay Area residents can read the new blog post on the pros and cons of an “ARTAS hair transplant in Mexico” at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/mexico/.

Persons searching for an in-depth look at hair transplant procedures can go to http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/hair-transplant/, and those specifically interested in ARTAS availability in the San Francisco Bay Area can visit http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/artas/.

BAY AREA RESIDENTS MAY LEARN HAIR TRANSPLANT MEXICO IS NOT THE BEST DEAL

Here is the background on this release. Northern California residents might consider “medical tourism” to Mexico for hair transplant surgery. The new post cautions residents to look at all the costs and risks associated with travel to Mexico before scheduling a surgical procedure.

An entire industry has evolved due to Americans searching for less expensive options for surgery and medicine. U.S. citizens may drive up north to Canada for affordable medical supplies to support health problems. California locals might fly down to Mexico for cheaper hair transplant surgery or facelifts. The cost of travel and effort could be considered a deal compared to the price of an operation back home. Mexican hair transplant clinics have created travel packages and special deals to entice Americans to opt for serious surgery across the border. Even the ARTAS hair transplant system is available in Mexico. Budget-minded patients may not be aware of the key difference between hair transplant surgery in Mexico and the United States.

For these reasons Silicon Valley Hair Institute has announced an educational blog post for Bay Area residents seeking cheap hair transplant surgery in Mexico. It can be helpful to compare US vs. Mexico surgical procedures. Differences can include the following:

1. Regulations for hair transplant surgery in Mexico may be more lenient than in the USA. Regulatory transparency might be opaque to English-speaking Americans in Mexico.
2. Because surgeons in Mexico can receive less in pay than counterparts in America and Europe, the reality may be that the most skilled professional migrate to the USA leaving less trained or more novice counterpoints “training” in Mexico.
3. If a hair transplant surgery goes seriously wrong in Mexico, there may be no legal recourse or legal recourse may be difficult for an English-speaking USA resident.

None of the content of the post is meant to denigrate the hard-working, skilled, and conscientious medical personnel in Mexico. Rather, the point of the post is to encourage US residents to ask questions and “do their homework” on any hair transplant, including all potential costs and risks, whether that is to be done in the United States, Mexico, Turkey or another country.

ABOUT SILICON VALLEY HAIR INSTITUTE

Silicon Valley Hair Institute (http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/), under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon Miguel Canales MD, is one of the best facilities offering San Francisco Bay Area hair transplants. Dr. Canales provides the full range of advanced hair transplant and hair restoration procedures for Bay Area residents, from San Francisco to San Jose and Foster City. Services include robotic hair transplant systems, San Jose ARTAS hair transplant, and San Jose hair transplant programs. If one needs a hair transplant specialist, look no further than this Bay Area hair transplant center. #

Dr. Canales also performs female hair transplants for women and eyebrow restoration, thus offering the best hair transplant and robotic hair replacement options.

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New Update to ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant Page

Leading San Jose and San Francisco FUE Transplant Clinic, Silicon Valley Hair Institute, Releases New Update to ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant Page

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, the San Francisco Bay Area leaders in advanced robotic hair transplantation, is proud to release an update to its informational page on the ARTAS robotic hair transplant technology.

Persons in need of San Jose FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) transplant can use the page to learn how state-of-the-art technology can offer the best hair restoration options for both men and women.

“Robotic technology has made hair transplant procedures a quick and comfortable experience for our San Francisco Bay Area patients,” explained Miguel Canales, MD, surgeon and founder of Silicon Valley Hair Institute. “I truly love working with the ARTAS robotic hair transplantation system. It’s smart and easy, plus the result can be more natural-looking than conventional hair surgery methods. Our robotics web page has been updated to share the wonderful traits of this technology.”

To review the newly updated web page about the ARTAS robotic device for hair loss please visit http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/robot.

To learn more about FUE hair transplant, visit http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fue-hair-transplant/.

Men or women interested in learning about hair restoration options are urged to reach out for a no obligation consultation; journalists and bloggers looking for an expert on hair transplantation can reach out for interview opportunities as well with Dr. Canales.

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FOR BOTH SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN JOSE: THE ANSWER TO HAIR TRANSPLANT CAN BE THE SAME

The newly updated page explains some of the basics about the ARTAS robotic hair transplantation technology, which can also go by the nomenclature of “follicular hair extraction” or “FUE transplant.”

The reality is that similar technologies can go by different names. In comparison, hair loss may happen to different types of Bay Area residents. A man may begin to see a receding hairline at twenty five years old due to genetics.

A fifty-year old woman may notice extra hair on the hairbrush due to menopause. Each situation can be unique, yet the same problem has resulted in thinning hair. Yet for these seemingly different problems, that answer could lie in the ARTAS robotic hair transplantation technology.

For this reason and to help educate the public about FUE hair transplant surgeries, Silicon Valley Hair Institute has released a new update to the robotic hair transplantation page. The ARTAS robotic system can create a more natural hairline using precise hair replacement technology. Clients from San Francisco to San Jose are well-advised to reach out for a private consultation, as no two heads of hair are alike.

ABOUT SILICON VALLEY HAIR INSTITUTE

The Silicon Valley Hair Institute, under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon Miguel Canales MD, is one of the best facilities offering San Francisco Bay Area hair restoration.

Dr. Canales provides the full range of advanced hair transplant and hair restoration procedures for Bay Area residents, from San Francisco to Palo Alto to San Jose. Treatments include; robotic hair transplants, FUE/FUT surgery, PRP and micropigmentation. If one needs a hair transplant specialist, look no further than this Bay Area hair transplant center. The clinic provides both San Jose FUE transplant and San Francisco FUE transplant services. Dr.Canales also performs female hair transplants for women and eyebrow restoration, thus offering the best hair transplant and robotic hair replacement options.

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