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Pacific Heights Hair Transplant

Pacific Heights is among the the most expensive places to live in all the U.S. Many of its residents are billionaires involved in real estate, corporate ownership, and literature. Its French chateau and Spanish-style mansions were built after the 1906 quake to entice the wealthy. It worked. Today the wealthy still live here, though to stroll its environment conjures something of a ruse by way of appearance, as the big houses are set close together, their facades standing at attention directly over the street. Architectural elbow room is not exactly in plentiful supply, but that is okay, seeing as the neighborhood is so exclusive.

This piece of misdirection aside, Pacific Heights does not seem to relish mystery much. Folks who live here enjoy the quiet life. They reap the benefits of their accomplishments by taking walks in Alta Vista Park, where the view of the bay is so spectacular, leading off to Angel Island and the Marin Headlands way in the distance, it hardly seems real. Our patients from Pacific Heights do not even seem overly bothered by referring us to friends and family, and thus giving away the secret that they have gotten a hair transplant from Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration.

Recreation In A Neighborhood Of Finer Things

The first impression one receives of Pacific Heights is “movie set”. The mansions, the hilly streets, the views, have all bewitched their share of screenwriters looking to make it big—and even a few who have already made it big. Take 2640 Steiner Street, for instance, which was the house used in the film Mrs. Doubtfire. Or the 1990 thriller Pacific Heights, which at least wants to be here, though it was actually shot 4 miles south in Potrero Hill.

One’s second impression may be, “wow, this is a really nice place to take a stroll”. It may cost a lot of money to live in Pacific Heights, but it is still free if you just want to walk around. The sights alone make that well worth doing. Atop the Lyon Street steps you get a view of the bay and the Palace Of Fine Arts dome, with the Presidio forest snuggled right up close.

And then there’s Fillmore Street. Here is where most of the action in Pacific Heights goes down. Dining and shopping represent its main weapons of allure, but it also features live music on a nightly basis, and a festive atmosphere reminiscent of those found at amusement parks.

 

Treatment That Exceeds Expectations

A Pacific Heights hair transplant at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration changes on a patient to patient basis. Each person’s condition is unique. At your consultation we will conduct a microscopic scalp exam. We will ask you a number of questions about things like family history of hair loss, your personal expectations from the upcoming procedure, and what medications you may be using.

From here we devise a plan to restore your hair. This will likely involve transplant surgery utilizing either follicular unit transplantation or follicular unit extraction. Both are performed by board certified surgeons trained in the most modern techniques of engagement. Surgery is performed under local anesthesia to minimize pain. Most patients are done after 4 to 10 hours, and can get right back to their normal way of life on the very next day. Within 3 to 5 months they will be seeing new growth. After about 1 year, recovery is complete, and their thinning hair is a thing of the past.

Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration provides first class treatment for patients of all genders and ethnic backgrounds. Getting started is as easy as calling (415) 997-6126 to schedule a consultation. If you or someone you know is suffering from thinning hair, we can help make it grow again. Contact us to find out how.