Tag - Hair restoration Bay Area.

Foster City Is Easy to Get to for PRP Hair Loss Treatment

Suffering from thinning hair is something that can cause many people considerable embarrassment, especially women. Although men tend to suffer from hair loss more than women, nonetheless a lot of women suffer from it also, and feel the need to do something about it. (more…)
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Fixing the ‘Embarassment’ of Female Hair Loss Might Mean PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

Women can have a number of unique issues about their hair. A lot of them are about what style to wear – long, short, curled, straight, pony-tail, bun, and a whole lot more different designs - whereas men tend to choose one of a very few styles. (more…)
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SVHI PRP Therapy Announces New Services for San Mateo Locals Searching for PRP for Hair Loss Options on the Peninsula

San Mateo, California - February 28, 2020. SHVI PRP Therapy, a Bay Area clinic focused on treatments for PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) hair loss therapy at https://svhi-prp.com/, is proud to announce new services for San Mateo and the surrounding community. (more…)
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SVHI PRP Therapy Announces New Post on Questions and Answers on PRP for Hair for San Mateo, Palo Alto, and Foster City Patients

January 20, 2020 - San Mateo, California. SHVI PRP Therapy, the leader in innovative hair loss treatments based on PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) at, is proud to announce an innovative question-and-answer document on its website. (more…)
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Hair Restoration Right In The Middle Of The Bay Area

Silicon Valley Hair Institute is in the middle of the Bay Area.The Bay Area is big – both in terms of size and population. It covers some 6,900 square miles, and the population is a shade under 7.8 million – that’s up from 7.1 million at the 2010 census. However, fortunately, when you want hair restoration Bay Area, Silicon Valley Hair Institute is right in the middle in Foster City, so wherever you are you don’t have to travel very far. Yes, we do hair restoration Bay Area. Yes, we do PRP therapy. And yes, we do both male and female hair transplants. And while we are on the subject of female hair transplants, we also do hair transplants “down there”. Fashions come and fashions go, and for several years, women have been encouraged to undergo waxing and remain clean shaven in the pubic region. However, several celebrities – among them Gwyneth Paltrow, Kourtney Kardashian, Lady Gaga, and Cameron Diaz – have begun to go back to the natural look, and many more women now want to follow suit. We use the ARTAS robot to carefully remove hair follicles from the scalp and implant them into the pubic area one at a time under a comfortable local anesthetic. This leaves no visible scarring on the scalp, and the hair will start to grow in 3 – 4 months and will restore the lush natural look permanently. Eyebrow Transplants We also carry out eyebrow transplants for both men and women. The most important aspect of an eyebrow transplant is to follow the natural direction of the hair very closely. Eyebrow hair grows relatively flat to the skin, in contrast to scalp hair which can grow at an angle of as much as 45° to the scalp. So the most important aspect of an eyebrow transplant is to follow the natural angle of the hair very closely. Only individual hairs can be transplanted, and this means that the hair follicles from the scalp, which can contain up to four hairs, have to be divided up into individual hairs. Another factor is that natural eyebrow hair only grows for about four months before the hair enters the resting phase and then falls out. The hair on the scalp can grow for between three and seven years, which is why it grows so much longer. This means that the transplanted hair will have to be trimmed every so often in order to maintain the natural look. If you are considering either a pubic hair transplant or an eyebrow transplant, or any other hair restoration Bay Area, our Dr Canales offers all patients a completely free consult. Simply click on the Free Consult link at the top of the page.
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