Hair Transplant clinics in Tucson.
Although hair transplant surgery options are available to residents of Tucson, Arizona, in Tucson, many patients world wide travel to Dr. Jones because of his reputation and incredible hair transplant surgery results. Although we recommend speaking with local hair transplant surgeons available to you in Tucson as well, we also stress that selecting the right surgeon, should set precedence over convenience.
Realizing that there are related costs involved with traveling from Tucson to The Hair Transplant Center, we would like to recommend that we first, evaluate your hair loss condition as best as possible over the phone and through our Online Photo Consultation form. During this period, it will also assist you with evaluating Dr. Robert Jones and his approach to hair transplant surgery and his overall care and attention provided to his patients. We are confident you will be impressed.
After your consultation with Dr. Robert Jones, should you elect to proceed with scheduling a hair transplant surgery with The Hair Transplant Center, you may be eligible for reimbursement of some of your travel expenses. Please contact our clinic for more details.
The amazing results of Dr. Jones’s full time devotion to hair transplantation can be viewed in his patient photo gallery and by reading the testimonials of satisfied patients. The results speak for themselves.
All transplants done at The Hair Transplant Center are performed by Dr. Jones himself and he is intimately involved with each patient's transplant from the consultation right through to the post-op care.
To get started with your free consultation from the privacy of your own home in Tucson, Arizona, simply proceed to our online Photo Consultation form, or contact Dr. Jones directly by calling 1-866-669-6676.
We thank you for your consideration and we look forward to responding to your hair transplant questions and comments.
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CN originally referred to Canadian National, the railway company that built the tower. Following the railway's decision to divest non-core freight railway assets, prior to the company’s privatization in 1995 it transferred the tower to the Canada Lands Company, a federal Crown corporation responsible for real estate development. Since local residents wished to retain the name CN Tower, the abbreviation is now said to expand to Canada's National Tower rather than the original Canadian National Tower; however, neither of these names are commonly used.
In 1995, the CN Tower was declared one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. It also belongs to the World Federation of Great Towers.