Dr. Baubac Hayatdavoudi

Dr. Baubac Hayatdavoudi is the Medical Director of Alvi Armani International. Selected by Dr. Antonio Armani due to his high ethical, clinical, and artistic standards of excellence in congruence with the foundation of Alvi Armani, after undergoing an intensive fellowship in the Vitruvian follicular unit extraction transplantation, temple angle closure, and mega session hair transplantation. Dr. Baubac Hayatdavoudi's passion and meticulous dedication is focused on ensuring that the ideal outcome is achieved for each single graft that is implanted. The highest standard of care can be traced to his medical and educational background.


Born in Jefferson City, Missouri, Dr. Baubac Hayatdavoudi graduated as a honored member of Phi Beta Kappa with Magna Cum Laude in biology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, a place where he was able to study various art philosophies in pursuing his artistic endeavors as the photographer for the Daily Nexus, the local newspaper. He obtained his medical doctorate from the University of California, Irvine and his path led him to Los Angeles where he completed his residency at UCLA/Wadsworth. Dr. Baubac Hayatdavoudi was voted the "Resident of the Year" in all years of his tenure there.


Dr. Baubac Hayatdavoudi has a special interest in the artistic and humanistic aspect of hair restoration where his skill set and artistic pursuits in performing the complexities of hair transplantation converge to ensure that each patient's expectations will be surpassed with the highest standards of excellence, compassion, and artistry.


Human physical beauty encompasses Leonard's "Vitruvian Man" located in the Gallerie dell' Academia, Venice, Italy.


Our philosophy at Alvi Armani is that a hair transplant should NEVER be recognized by anyone - be they strangers, or even your closest relatives. Dr. Armani's Vitruvian FUE method focuses on delivering this for each of our patients.

Alvi Armani's Vitruvian method focuses on Vitruvian Design, natural hairlines, maximum density and strategic placement. Early teachings of famed Roman architect Marcus Vitruvius Pollio, inspired Vitruvian design. He taught us that a structure must possess firmitas, utilitas and venustas; it must be strong, useful and aesthetically pleasing. Marcus Pollio later turned his attention to what he considered the ideal work of art ever created... the Human Form. He compiled his work in the renowned book 'De Archetura'.


Leonardo Da Vinci, master artist and inventor during the Italian Renaissance, inspired by early teachings of Marcus Vitruvius Pollio sketched 'Vitruvian Man'. Both influential figures have made significanct contributions to cosmetic surgery and hair restoration.


Vitruvian Method encompasses Vitruvian Design, natural hairlines, maximum density, strategic placement, temple angle closure and Maximus FUE culminating undetectable hair transplant.


The Alvi Armani medical team is taught unique artistic approaches inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci, and Marcus Vitruvius Pollio of Italy/Rome. The hair loss procedure known as Vitruvian method, is responsible for a new era in the world of hair transplants.