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Silicon Valley Hair Institute, a leader in robotic hair transplantation in the San Francisco Bay Area, is proud to announce a new blog archive focused on the ARTAS robotic hair transplant technology. The company's lively blog educates Bay Area consumers in hair restoration issues.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2017
The leading San Francisco Bay Area hair transplant center, Silicon Valley Hair Institute, has announced a new blog archive on robotic hair transplantation technology. Bay Area residents can review informational blog posts regarding the ARTAS robotic hair transplant process. Breakthroughs in robotic technology has translated into cutting-edge hair loss treatments for Bay Area residents, both men and women.
“Robotic technology is booming in Silicon Valley, and we are excited to be a part of this innovation trendline with robotic hair transplantation using the ARTAS robotic system,” explained Miguel Canales, surgeon and founder of Silicon Valley Hair Institute. “To help those needing hair transplant services understand their options, we’ve created a new blog archive for the ARTAS robotic hair transplant system so Bay Area residents can pre-educate themselves on this exciting technology.”
Residents interested in reading more about ARTAS robotic hair transplant technology can visit the new blog archive at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/tag/artas/.
The posts deposited in the archive highlight the aspects of how robotic technology is improving patient outcomes. People curious about the latest hair transplant methods such as FUE (Follicular Unit Extractions) vs. FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) technology can read further at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/robot/. Even better, interested persons are urged to reach out for a consultation as no two situations are alike, and Dr. Canales is a robotic hair transplantation expert for both men and women.
Details on Robotic Hair Transplant Options and Information
Among the topics covered in the archive are the following. First groundbreaking ARTAS robotic hair transplant systems have been changing the way FUE and FUT treatments work. Second, minimally invasive, state-of-the-art robotics could be the future of successful hair transplants. Residents interested in reviewing the progress of the robotics for hair procedures can read the newly posted blog archives. Third, ARTAS robotic hair transplants have gained popularity due to the added comfort and precision of the treatment. And, fourth, San Francisco residents considering the transformation of a balding scalp through new technology can read breakthrough ARTAS robotic hair transplant information nearby. While there is a wealth of information in the blog archive, the bottom line is that a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Canales is the best way to determine whether one is a good candidate for the ARTAS procedure. With the office in Foster City, Silicon Valley Hair Institute is convenient to both San Francisco and San Jose.
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 the ARTAS robotic hair transplant systems. 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. Call today to 650-551-1100 for a no-cost consultation, or for more information visit the website.
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