Portola Hair Transplant
In the southeast section of San Francisco lies Portola. This neighborhood is quiet, low-key, and very much off the beaten trail of tourist attractions. There is also an air of secrecy about the place. For instance, it has its own public radio station, its own website, its own community feel. Many of its residents are small business owners. They are quite pleased with the fact that, unlike much of the metropolis around it, housing costs are still fairly reasonable. And because Portola is so out-of-the way, the streets are considered safe, the neighbors friendly, the coffee never instant, but always fresh-brewed.
Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration of San Francisco may not be located within the cozy confines of Portola, but we also have a sense of community, that being with our patients. For each of them we engage the very latest in hair transplant technology. From start to finish they are fully cared for by our professionally trained, board-certified staff. A Portola hair transplant reflects the fine treatment intended from one neighbor to another.
A Neighborhood Well Loved
Most folk who live here have been doing so for a long time. Gentrification, so widespread around San Francisco, has yet to really take hold. Portola residents hold out hope that it never really will. For them, walking down to the store to buy milk, bumping into a friend, and chatting for a few minutes is a simple pleasure they would not trade for gold. Visitors to this neighborhood sometimes speak of “that old San Francisco feel”. This has honestly never been described to us, so we are not sure what it means, but to judge by their fondness of tone, it is definitely a good thing.
If you are in town for a hair transplant and find yourself with some extra time, drop by Portola’s John McClaren Park, a 313 acre park that features playgrounds, hiking, an amphitheater, and a 60 acre golf course. Find gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean from the park’s boundary path, The Philosopher’s Way. This path is almost 3 miles long. It gives views of not only the ocean, but Mt. Diablo and Mt. Tamalpais as well.
A Portola resident’s favorite kind of day often starts with their friends coming over for coffee. From here they might stroll over to San Francisco’s oldest farmer’s market, the Alemany, to buy produce for the week. Or take their children, via stroller, to the playground.
Open Conversation Treatment
Like Portola, we encourage visitors to speak their minds. Any questions they may have about hair transplant surgery are totally welcome. At your initial consultation you will find out the best kind of treatment for your particular kind of hair loss. We get this by asking a few questions ourselves, then conducting a physical exam of the scalp. Surgery is typically done by the follicular unit transplant or the follicular unit extraction method.
In most cases you will be up and about after just one day. This after a virtually painless procedure done under local anesthesia. Full recovery time from a hair transplant takes about 1 year; however, you will be noticing distinct—and amazing—changes in hair density well before then.
How Far From Portola To Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration?
Our San Francisco office is located at 55 Francisco Street, Suite 705. That is just a 4 and a half mile drive up US-101 North. The clinic features nearby parking. Inside, you will meet a friendly, helpful staff that is full of smiles.
Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration is a clinic that uses modern techniques in the field of hair transplants while maintaining the comfortable atmosphere of a happy neighborhood. For more information, give us a call today via (415) 997-6126.