Tallahassee Hair Transplant
Do you live in Tallahassee, FL? Do you want to get a hair transplant?
Look at Dr. Shapiro's Hair Institute. Dr. Shapiro's Hair Transplant Clinic has provided services to residents of the Tallahassee area - not a bad drive from his offices in Delray Beach, FL.
Free consultation available online.
Please email us your pictures &
Dr Shapiro will review them & give you a price.
Dr. Lawrence Shapiro provides more than hair transplants. In 2010, after years of observation, and conversations with a number of his patients with unusually early or accelerated hair loss, he discovered a new (patent pending) technique for decreasing the normal 3-6 month dormancy period after a hair transplant using his Accelerated Follicular Restoration™ (AFR™) Program. Rather than 3-6 months for hair to begin to regrow after hair transplant surgery, client study patients using the AFR™ program experienced that their new hair began to grow in 6 weeks to 2 months, often resulting in significant growth by 6 months. See pictures featuring some of the AFR ™ program clinical study subjects.
Here's how to get to Dr. Shapiro's Hair Transplant Delray Beach clinic from the Tallahassee area:
- Coming from Tallahasee
- Take I-10 E toward Lake City
- Take exit 296A to merge onto I-75 S toward Tampa
- Take I-75 south towards Tampa
- Slight left at FL-91 South to Orlando (partial toll road)
- Take FL 91-S South toward US 95 and the south coast (partial toll road)
- Take exit 81 for FL-806 (Atlantic Avenue) (toll road)
- Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Delray Beach and merge onto Tranquility Lake Dr. (partial toll road) (187 ft)
- Turn left at West Atlantic Ave (FL-806 E) (2.2 mi) - our offices are on the right, 5050 West Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach
Also see local maps to the clinics in Hollywood and Delray Beach, FL.
To help plan your visit to Delray Beach, also see our info on Airlines, Car Service & Hotels
Tallahasee: Belleview: the Home of Princess Murat
Tallahasee, Florida is the location of a Florida landmark, which is located on the grounds of the Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science - it's the home of Princess Murat, a great grandniece of President George Washington, who married a nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte. Her husband fled France at the time of Napoleon's second exile, and met and married Catherine Daingerfield Willis Murat in Tallahassee in 1836.