San Jose Hair Transplant

If Silicon Valley were to name a capital, San Jose would be it. Located right in the heart of all the big tech industries, it is the largest city in northern California, by both population and area. It is also one of the wealthiest major cities in the world. This last shows when one looks up the average price of a home here and sees a one with six zeroes. Major tech companies like PayPal, Cisco, and eBay call San Jose home. The city is divided into 6 principal areas of wide, well-maintained, tree-lined streets. Among these are a number of smaller communities that make popular tourist spots, such as Japantown and Little Portugal.

Should you happen to visit San Jose around the schedule of your San Jose hair transplant surgery, you may very well get overwhelmed by how much there is to do and see. Do not let it get to you—just have fun. And do not worry about the actual surgery either, because at Parsa Mohebi Hair Restoration, the comfort of our patients finishes a very close second, only to the success of our modern methods.

Having A Good Time In San Jose Is Easy

San Jose sports an endless array of things to do. Allow us to start with a personal favorite—the Winchester Mystery House.

Many Americans have heard of this house, but really, it must be seen to be believed. In 1862, 23 year-old Sarah Lockwood Pardee married William Winchester, heir to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, which produced rifles.

After her husband’s death in 1881, Sarah moved to San Francisco. The weather here exacerbated her arthritis, so she relocated to a small farmhouse in Santa Clara Valley. To make room for her three sisters, Mrs. Winchester decided to build additions to the home. And additions. And additions. And even more additions.

She had no architectural experience, but the design she kept was a mix of Queen Anne and Victorian. The Winchester House continued to grow until Sarah’s death in 1921. By then, the house had more than its share of peculiarities, such as staircases that led to blank walls, rooms with windows on the floor, and doors that opened onto more blank walls. The house was a passion project for Sarah. She went on expanding it for 38 years beyond her husband’s death, seemingly having fun with all the creative ideas that popped into her head.

A much smaller dosage of oddity comes from downtown San Jose. Here you will find a lot to keep busy with, such as the San Jose Museum of Art and the Tech Museum of Innovation. The area also features dining that represents multiple cultures, especially at San Pedro Square, the oldest district in the city. A visit to San Pedro Square immerses you in the laughter of others having a good time, in which you will soon have little choice but to take part.


San Jose’s Best Choice For Hair Transplant Surgery

Our board certified surgeons conduct the most up-to-date methods in both follicular unit transplantation and follicular unit extraction surgery. These methods include, but are not limited to:

We can also conduct scar revision surgery to reduce the visibility of scarring from an older hair transplant. For over ten years now we have been helping patients from all over the world reverse the effects of hair loss and re-invigorate their self-esteem. Our office in San Francisco opened in 2019, offering Bay area clients the Parsa Mohebi experience without having to drive down to Los Angeles.

For more information about how we can help you or someone you know grow back lost or thinning hair, give us a call at (415) 997-6126.