Bay Area Hair Transplant Leader, Silicon Valley Hair Institute, Announces Update to Eyebrow Transplant Page Focusing on San Jose and San Francisco Client Needs

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Silicon Valley Hair Institute provides hair restoration services to the San Francisco Bay Area. The company is announcing an update to its "eyebrow transplantation" page as new fashion trends, especially in San Jose and San Francisco come to light.

Silicon Valley Hair Institute provides hair restoration services to the San Francisco Bay Area.

San Francisco, San Jose eyebrow hair transplant

When people think about hair transplants, they normally don’t consider eyebrows, but many women are dealing with thin or thinning eyebrows.

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, the Bay Area leader in hair transplantation from San Francisco to San Jose, is proud to announce an update to its informational page on eyebrow transplants. Eyebrow transplants have grown in popularity, especially in big cities like San Jose or San Francisco, as especially women's fashion trends have emphasized big, bushy eyebrows.

“When people think about hair transplants, they normally don’t consider eyebrows, but many women are dealing with thin or thinning eyebrows,” explained Miguel Canales, MD. “By upgrading our eyebrow transplantation page, we want to draw attention to this new opportunity as well as draw attention to the fact that we are also the leader in women's hair transplants in the Bay Area.”

Women and men in the San Francisco Bay Area, including San Jose and San Francisco, can review the updated eyebrow transplant page from Silicon Valley Hair Institute at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/eyebrow-transplants/. In addition, those interested in women's hair restoration and transplantation can visit http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/womens-hair-loss-protocol/.

FASHION TRENDS AND EYEBROW TRANSPLANTS

Here is a background to this release. It's a fact that fashion trends have moved towards favoring bushier, heavier eyebrows, especially but not only among women. This new trend in bushy and bold eyebrows for women may have created an uptick in demand for eyebrow hair transplants. Thinning hair or age might be yet another reason San Francisco and San Jose locals look to eyebrow hair restoration.

As for other hair loss issues, women could suffer from thinning scalps due to several reasons. Issues such as alopecia, systemic diseases and infections could result in thinning hair for a woman. If hair loss has become a problem, eyebrows could also appear thinner or non-existent. Missing eyebrows can change the entire appearance of a woman’s face, and possibly affect a woman’s confidence. Learning about eyebrow hair transplant procedures in San Jose might be helpful, and the newly revised page makes it easy for women to learn about eyebrow transplants. They can also click over to learn about hair restoration options for women, and even schedule a confidential consultation.

For these reasons, Silicon Valley Hair Institute has announced a new update to the clinic’s eyebrow transplant page.

ABOUT THE SILICON VALLEY HAIR INSTITUTE

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon, Dr. Miguel Canales - is one of the best robotic hair transplant clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Canales provides both the FUT (FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fut-surgery/) and FUE hair transplant (Follicular Unit Extraction at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fue-hair-transplant/) procedures for Bay Area residents, who find this top-rated hair transplant specialist. The Silicon Valley Hair Institute is a specialized hair clinic serving hair loss and hair restoration needs in the San Francisco, San Jose and the Silicon Valley Peninsula (Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Menlo-Atherton, Redwood City, etc.). Dr. Canales also specializes in aesthetic hair restoration for females seeking eyebrow transplantation or hairline advancements.

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