ARTAS ROBOTIC HAIR RESTORATION SYSTEM
The ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration System was designed with you, the patient, in mind. Developed by leading hair restoration physicians and researchers, this state-of-the-art technology eliminates the guesswork, fatigue, scarring, complications, and downtime associated with hand-held methods and other invasive procedures.
With the ARTAS Robotic Procedure, long incisions and stitches are not required, making your hair restoration procedure virtually undetectable. Patients can expect clinically proven results without the side effects and long recovery time common with older procedures.
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS:
During your consultation, your physician will use the ARTAS Hair Studio® technology to create your customized hair restoration solution as a 3D model. Your physician will demonstrate your simulated results, showing the number of grafts needed and the optimal hairline design to meet your expectations.
The high definition stereoscopic vision system utilizes ARTAS Artificial Intelligence® algorithms to identify and select the best hair follicles for harvesting.
Hair is intelligently harvested with robotic precision to preserve the natural look of your donor area. The ARTAS System provides robotic speed and accuracy unmatched by hand-held techniques.
A customized hairline is designed with the ARTAS System’s Recipient Site Making Technology under physician supervision. This creates optimal site distribution for harvested hair follicles that avoids damaging healthy hair.
Your hair is then transplanted into thinning areas.
Noticeably thicker and permanent hair growth starts around six months with continued growth over time.†
†Actual results may vary
TAKE THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS BEING A MORE CONFIDENT YOU
UNDERSTANDING HAIR LOSS
Hair loss is a common condition that affects people of all ages. Statistics show that world-wide, over 1.2 billion men suffer from hereditary baldness.1,2 This condition may impact a man’s self esteem and confidence.
If you are noticing that your hairline is receding, thinning, or you are seeing more hair than usual in the shower drain, you may be wondering about permanent options to treat your hair loss.
WHY AM I LOSING MY HAIR?
Hair loss is a significant concern for many men. There are clear causes linked to genetics, aging, and medication. Other influences may include physical or emotional stress, thyroid problems, skin infections, and hormones.
Balding can begin as early as puberty, but usually takes place later in life. Contrary to popular belief, your maternal grandfather’s balding history is not a clear indicator of what will happen to your hair. Genes are passed down from your mother and father, but even if there is no evidence of hair loss on either side of the family, you can still lose your hair.
WHY IS MY HAIR THINNING?
More than 95% of hair thinning in men is attributed to Androgenic Alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness. This common hereditary condition results when hair follicles at the top and front of the head become sensitive to the hormone dihydrotestoster- one (DHT).1
Over time, hair becomes thinner, deteriorates, or eventually stops growing. Healthy hair follicles that are resistant to DHT usually remain around the sides and back of the head, but may become weaker and finer.
HOW MUCH HAIR COULD I LOSE?
If you are experiencing hair loss, you are probably wondering how much you could lose? What you can expect to look like in several years and will you like how you look?
For men, hair usually begins to recede at the forehead or the crown. The question then becomes how much hair loss should you be concerned with and which treatments can help?
The average person sheds anywhere from 50 to 100 hairs a day, an undetectable amount compared to the roughly 100,000 hairs on your head.4 If you suddenly notice a significant amount of hair being left in your comb or on your pillow, it may be the first sign of balding.
HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS?
TAKE A LOOK AT SOME FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING HAIR RESTORATION
5. The Norwood Hair Loss Scale, http://www.americanhairloss.org/men_hair_loss/the_norwood_scale.asp 6. https://www.bernsteinmedical.com/fut-hair-transplant/procedure/after-surgery/