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

Robotic technology has made hair transplant procedures a quick and comfortable experience for our San Francisco Bay Area patients.

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.


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…

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