The economy of Akhiok City is centered on marine life. Fishing is the only game in town. There is little or no freezing weather here, but many months are dominated by fog and cloud coverage. The city is a series of islands and does not have any hair surgery clinics. Most residents of Akhiok provide for their living through fishing salmon and halibut. There is a nearby cannery where the remainder of the people work. Several companies are considering a clinic in Akhiok that will provide hair implantation. The beautiful views and relaxed attitudes provide for an amazing environment and quality of life.
Aleneva is a city of people known as Russian Old Believers. They were forced out of Russia due to a revolution a very long time ago. As of the census of 2000, there were 14 families living in the Aleneva. Statistics say that out of the 14 families, if all male adults are at least 50 years old, half of them would require a hair restoration surgery. A hair implant is when hair is removed from the back of the head and implanted in the front and top balding areas. There are no public services or facilities on the island. All electricity is provided by individual generators.
According to the census report released by the US government in 2000, there were 50 people and 24 households in Chiniak. There were 88% white, 10% black, and 2% Asian. White people are more prone to hair loss. Hair loss can be corrected with a hair transplant. Hair transplants are not common in Chiniak, but there have been rumors of a few cases. Winter in Chiniak would be a great time for a hair transplant. By the time the mild weather rolls in, the procedure should be already growing. The animal skin head pieces make for a wonderful cover up and will help hide the hair surgery as well.
Karluk, as of the US census survey in the year 2000 has nine households and a total of 27 people. Hair restoration is not very common in Karluk. However, there is still plenty of opportunity for hair loss. These same statistics showed that the median income for the city was $19,000. Women earned all the income. As of this report, the men earned nothing. Since men are better candidates for hair implants, Karluk hair restoration clinics may view this data as a challenge to their business models. Karluk is one of the larger cities in Alaska with 60 square miles. This Dr Brett Bolton, Medical Director at GreatHairTransplants.com helps people with hair loss get their hair back. He sees the size of the city as an excellent opportunity for growth.
Kodiak is the main city on Kodiak Island. All commercial transportation that is done on the entire island chain must pass through Kodiak. This includes both ferry and airplane. In contrast to many other Alaskan cities, Kodiak has a rather large population of 6,228 as of 2008. The city was settled by Russian immigrants in the 18th century. The city actually became the capital of Russian immigrants. The slaughtering of sea otters for their pelts almost drove the species to extinction. In 1867, the Alaskan purchase took place and commercial fishing took off and thrives to this day. An antenna farm at the base of Pillar Mountain provides fiber optic cable and communication for the island. It is for this reason, the residents of Kodiak City with hair loss can research hair surgery and hair implantation.
Kodiak Station has a population of 1,840 and 192 households. The median income of $46,918 is above average for the state. Kodiak Station is also located on the South Island chain. Kodiak Station has an air field for transportation to larger airports in Alaska, Canada, and Washington State. This makes things easy when it comes to searching for a hair restoration surgery. This is where a hair implant is removed from the back of the head and placed in the top balding areas. Kodiak Station has a mild climate for most of the year and some beautiful horse farms.
Larsen Bay is located at the southern most area of the Island chain. As of 2000, there were 115 residents and 40 households. Recently the area was hit by a 4.5 magnitude earthquake. There were no injuries reported. Russian fur traders where the first to settle in the city back in the early 1700’s. Hair transplants are now an option for residents of Larsen Bay. A hair transplant is a surgery to replace hair lost due to genetic hair loss. It is the most popular cosmetic procedure chosen by men. Although the women of Larsen Bay City with hair loss must provide the proper blood work prior to the procedure, they can succeed from this procedure also.
Old Harbor City is located on the southeast coast of Kodiak Island. The area around Old Harbor is said to have been inhabited for over 2000 years. In 1788, a tsunami destroyed Old Harbor. The Old Harbor City post office was opened in 1931. In 1964, on Good Friday, another tsunami followed an earthquake and destroyed the city once again. According to the most recent census report in 2010, there are 105 homes standing in the city. Hair restoration is where hair implants are removed from the back of the head and placed in the thinning and balding areas of the scalp. Old Harbor City is said to have its share of bald heads just like every other American city.
Ouzinkie is located on the West Coast of Spruce Island. The city started out back in the 1800’s as a retirement community for older Russian settlers. In today’s times older people are choosing hair implantation as a viable answer to their lifetime hair loss. Hair surgery can be done in one day and in some cases where it is done efficiently, a only a few hours. Residents of Ouzinkie are becoming more accustomed to modern day procedures such as hair surgery. The people of Ouzinkie are now able to enjoy some of the world’s most beautiful fishing. And they can now do it with a full head of hair. Get ready for more hair Ouzinkie!
Port Lions City was founded in 1964 after a few nearby cities were destroyed by the Good Friday earthquake. The earthquake created a devastating tsunami which wiped out these lower lying towns. Port Lions is home to an actual recognized tribe called the Native Village of Port Lions. More than 100 residences are now connected to the city’s piped water and sewer system. 95% of these have complete plumbing. Marine and air is the main form of transportation to travel off the island. Hair restoration is available for those with the ability to travel. A hair implant is taken from the back of the head via a surgical procedure and placed in the balding area of the head.
Women’s Bay lies at the foot of the old Women’s Mountain. The weather is greatly affected by the marine location. There is a lot of dense fog and cloud coverage. Due to this location, many of the people living here are coast guard families. Mostly all of the residences are modernized. Almost all inhabitants of Women’s Bay have full plumbing and electricity. Another modern day technology is the art of a hair transplant surgery. Hair transplants have been around for more than 60 years but are becoming more and more mainstream everyday! The key is to find the right surgeon. Watch out Women’s Bay! There is more hair coming for the men and women in your town suffering from hair loss.
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