Palo Alto Hair Transplant
In Spanish, palo alto translates to “tall stick”. The city takes its name from a coastal redwood tree called El Palo Alto that grows on the banks of San Francisquito Creek. This tree was once 162 feet high. Today, due to a lowered water table, it is more like 110—still impressive, and still proud. Just like Palo Alto itself, whose residents are among the highest educated in the country. As such, it comes as no surprise that the city is home to a number of America’s high tech companies, including Tesla, Skype, and Hewlett-Packard.
Modern technology also has a home here at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration. Much of it has been developed by Dr. Mohebi himself. The Laxometer, for instance, accurately measures laxity of the scalp to reduce visible scarring after follicular unit transplantation. And then there is the Mohebi Implanter, designed to minimize damage to follicular bulbs as they are extracted. Among his latest studies is how to help patients with low donor supply achieve a full head of hair. The result comes in the form of Hair Multiplication, a method used to multiply stem cells involved with human hair growth.
Things To Do In Palo Alto
The trees are awe-inspiring, but if you come to Palo Alto, do not forgo the downtown area. Here you will find a farmer’s market, art center, museum, and plenty of places to eat and shop. There is also the Stanford Theater, where old movies from Hollywood’s golden age are regularly shown.
Speaking of Stanford, downtown Palo Alto’s University Avenue leads straight to the campus of prestigious Stanford University. One need not be enrolled to visit. Stroll the main quad for immersion into California Mission Revival architecture. From here you will see the 285 foot tall Hoover Tower, which has an elevator to the top that is open to the public. In fact the whole campus is like a public park, full of hiking trails and bike paths. And students, of course—about 17,000 in all for the 2020 school year.
Something a little less assuming, but no further mundane, is the Hewlett Packard Garage just south of downtown. This rather plain-looking 12 X 18 foot shed is considered by many to be the birthplace of Silicon Valley. Why? Because here is where Bill Hewlett and David Packard first began their Fortune 500 company. It stands at 367 Addison Avenue. Such details are important—because really, you can walk past this place a hundred times without even noticing its significance. But now that you know, you may wish to drop by.
Hair Transplant Surgery With Amazing Results
For any Palo Alto hair transplant patient, we start things off with a consultation. This early meeting tells us a lot about one’s expectations for the surgery, lifestyle, family history of hair loss, and overall health. Following that is a scalp exam, which will show us which donor hairs have the best potential for successful harvesting.
Next comes the day of surgery. It will average around 7 hours, give or take, and since it is conducted under local anesthesia, patients scarcely feel a thing. In fact it is common for patients to get right back to their work schedule on the very next day, or at the latest, a week following.
How To Reach Us From Palo Alto
Our San Francisco office is located at 55 Francisco Street, Suite #705. The neighborhood is clean and classy, with plenty of nearby parking and easy to find lodging. A 40 minute drive via US-101 North gets you here.
For almost two years now, Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration of San Francisco has been helping Palo Alto and its surrounding areas grow back natural hair they once thought lost forever. Let us do the same for you. Call us today at (415) 997-6126 for a consultation.