Berkeley Hair Transplant

Though more than 50 years have passed since the free speech movement at Berkeley, this part of its history is still what folks tend to think of whenever word of the neighborhood comes up. And indeed, to pay Berkeley a visit is to find a scene that still carries the stigma of those heady times from the late 1960s. Cultural diversity remains at the forefront. Politically too, we have a hotbed of opinions and ideas on hand. One thing that has changed, however, is the vehemency of its projection. Protests, when they do occur, tend to be peaceful. Many opinions are traded over coffee at Berkeley’s numerous quaint cafes. Others are shared at some of San Francisco’s best restaurants, where the food is so good that Berkeley’s residents are oft-considered coddled by cuisine.

At Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, the politics of hair re-growth are pretty much the same for every patient we treat. Efficiency, effectiveness, and professionalism are three key ingredients that are never left impoverished. One day of surgery is normally all it takes to get started on the recovery of a full head of hair.

More Than Just A Hotbed

You do not have to have to be a scholar to visit The University of California at Berkeley. There is plenty to do here for those not toting books from one class to the next. Strike out across the campus on your own or schedule a tour. For a view of the bay like no other, take the elevator up to the top of the Campanile. Visit one of the school’s enriching museums, or take in an evening show on the quad.

For those seeking to get acquainted with nature for a while, the Berkeley Hills is just the ticket. Here you will find pedestrian pathways through rock parks, and secret short-cuts that lead to other cool places. In Tilden Park you will find the Fairy Post Office. This is a miniature post office constructed inside of a tree. It features a tiny desk, a bulletin board, and a mailbox where visitors are wont to leave handwritten notes.

To have a quiet read, head back to the UC Berkeley campus and plunge deep into the Doe Library. Hidden within is the Morrison Library (yes, a library inside a library). Bookworms love its long reading tables, tranquil atmosphere, and vaulted ceilings.

On Mathews Street is a house shaped like a fish! Architect Eugene Tsui built this private residence to look like a tardigrade, which is a microscopic marine animal. It is a neat little find that adults and children get a real kick out of seeing.


Reliable Treatment From Board-certified Hair Transplant Surgeons

Our clinic utilizes the most modern Berkeley hair transplant methods of the follicular unit transplant and follicular unit extraction. And while you visit Berkeley, it will not slow you down much. Surgery is performed under local anesthesia, rendering it virtually painless. (In fact, some patients actually take time during the procedure to squeeze in a nap). Before surgery you will attend a consultation, where we conduct a scalp exam, and ask questions about what medications you may be using, your family history of hair loss, and what your expectations are.


Is It Far From Berkeley To Your Clinic?

Our San Francisco office is conveniently located at 55 Francisco Street, Suite #705. A 24 minute drive on I-80 West is going to put you pretty close to our front door. We occupy a friendly, upscale neighborhood with easy to find parking and lodgings. In fact, let us know if you are having trouble finding a place to stay, and we will be happy to assist.

Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration is here to help residents of Berkeley and all who visit there with their hair regrowth needs. Call us today via (415) 997-6126 for more information.