SAN FRANCISCO, May 26, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Bay Area leader in hair loss restoration, Silicon Valley Hair Institute, is proud to announce a new informative post for persons considering hair loss surgery. The post explains how to find reviews of hair loss treatments, read reviews seriously, yet take them all with a grain of salt. After all, each head of hair is unique and different and only a consult with a hair loss specialist can provide a detailed evaluation.
"Every day, our mission is to support California patients and help them find the right hair loss treatment for their success. Each journey to hair restoration is personal and individual experiences can vary. The same hair loss clinic can receive both high and low reviews," explained Miguel Canales, MD. "Our new post addresses the importance of taking advice with 'a grain of salt' when reading reviews on social media about San Francisco, San Jose, and other Bay Area hair loss clinics."
Locals can read the new Silicon Valley Hair Institute post at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/check-yelp-reviews-silicon-valley-hair-institute-hair-transplants/. The post explains the importance of consulting with a top hair loss clinic before accepting the opinion of an online review.
Recommendations for the same professional hair transplant surgeon can be both positive and negative. Bay Area hair loss reviews on sites such as Google, Yelp, or Healthgrades should be taken with a "grain of salt" until further investigation. Interested persons can review the Yelp listing for SVHI at
https://www.yelp.com/biz/silicon-valley-hair-institute-foster-city for example. And those wanting a one stop shop for online hair loss reviews of the Institute can visit the page at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/reviews/.
BAY AREA LOCALS LEARN TO MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION AFTER READING YELP HAIR LOSS REVIEWS
Here is the background for this release. Searching recommendations on social media review sites can be the first step to choosing a service in the Bay Area. Reading posts from patients can be helpful to others, including people interested in hair transplant surgery. Unfortunately, confusion can occur if one service displays both low and high ratings. If locals run into conflicting opinions via Bay Area Yelp hair loss reviews, it may be time to dig a little deeper.
Hair loss can be an individual experience. A woman experiencing thinning hair during mid-life can require a different therapy from a young man with male-pattern baldness. Personal opinions and feelings could also contribute to the final rating of a review. Persons seeking information about hair loss treatment might need to step back from conflicting reports and visit a clinic to research the right personal fit.
For these reasons, Silicon Valley Hair Institute has announced a new post about Bay Area hair loss reviews on sites such as Yelp or Google. Persons ready to choose a hair transplant surgeon might find it wise to schedule a consultation and learn specific details. An individual one-on-one meeting to discuss personal hair loss solutions could help in the decision-making process.
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 and beyond.). Dr. Canales also specializes in aesthetic hair restoration for females seeking eyebrow transplantation or hairline advancements.
SOURCE Silicon Valley Hair Institute