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What Type of Hair Transplant is Right For You?

David Berman - Thursday, August 02, 2018

Baldness is more common than you may think. Men and women of all ages deal with the traumatizing and humiliating effects of hair loss every day. Many have tried everything necessary from expensive products to DIY methods from the internet, but they continue to find an increase in balding or thinning areas. If this is you, then a transplant may be your best option. When you visit your Pal Alto clinic to discuss hair transplant surgery, you will likely have to choose between two separate methods for the removal of healthy follicles to replace the faulty follicles: Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). It is important that you understand the benefits and disadvantages of each option so that you may know which of these options might work best for you in your unique situation.   Read More

Symptoms of Balding

David Berman - Wednesday, August 01, 2018

Many people experience the effects of balding every year. This thinning of the hair can be devastating and embarrassing for many of people. Balding can appear in many different forms for many different reasons. It can happen quickly or over time, and it can be either genetic or cause by current situations. If you are afraid that you might be at the beginning stages of balding, you should be sure to look for the following symptoms.   Read More

Reasons For Hair Loss

David Berman - Tuesday, July 31, 2018

It is not uncommon to lose hair, people actually experience this every day. Whether you are brushing it, washing it, styling it, or doing absolutely nothing with it, it is not uncommon to lose a little bit of it through natural shedding. However, if this natural loss progresses and becomes actual baldness, you may begin to get worried.   Read More

Benefits of a Robotic Hair Transplant

David Berman - Monday, July 30, 2018

Hair is important to most people. It doesn’t matter your gender, nor does it matter you age; when someone begins to lose their hair for whatever reason it can be traumatizing. Because of this, many in these situations look for ways to replace the hair that is lost. Many seek methods that involve chemicals and medications. These methods can get expensive, require continuous attention and, at times, are not even effective. This is why many begin to seek out the option of a hair transplant. Traditionally, hair transplants could be a bit invasive as they would require significant cutting and recovery and recover time. This discouraged many from following through with the procedure. However, new innovations have introduced a less invasive method available to Palo Alto residents in the form of a robotic hair transplant. This process has many benefits when compared to alternative methods:  Read More

What is Trichotillomania?

David Berman - Monday, July 02, 2018

What is Trichotillomania?  Read More

Myths about Male Pattern Baldness

David Berman - Sunday, July 01, 2018

Myths about Male Pattern Baldness  Read More

How to Age Well

David Berman - Saturday, June 30, 2018

How to Age Well  Read More

What Causes Hair Loss?

David Berman - Friday, June 29, 2018

What Causes Hair Loss?  Read More

Repairing Bad Hair Transplants with Improved Techniques

David Berman - Sunday, June 03, 2018

Repairing Bad Hair Transplants with Improved Techniques  Read More

5 Bad Practices That Can Promote Hair Loss

David Berman - Saturday, June 02, 2018

5 Bad Practices That Can Promote Hair Loss  Read More


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We'll reimburse your airfare up to $500 in the form of grafts if you fly to our office for an ARTAS® procedure
Patients from all over the world come to our center for the ARTAS® procedure. Let us assist you in your travel expense by reimbursing your airfare up to $500 in the form of grafts if you fly to our office and have an ARTAS® robotic hair transplant procedure on that same trip. Please feel free to schedule your no-charge consultation or call us to learn more. Our surgical center is located near the headquarters of Restoration Robotics, the maker of the device.