Robotic Hair Transplant

FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant is superior to other traditional hair transplant methods in many ways. The patient does not have any physical limitations or permanent scars after an FUE hair transplant operation. That is why the FUE hair transplant is the most preferred hair transplant method today.

ARTAS robotic hair transplant is one of the most significant developments for FUE operations. This new advance in the FUE field makes the procedure much more precise and therefore, more effective. To put it in simple words, robotic hair transplant is an FUE surgery that is assisted by the help of a robotic device called ARTAS.

Although the robotic hair transplant device performs the surgical procedures, it is not working entirely on itself. It is more like a tool that assists the doctor to perform the surgery.

How Does Robotic FUE Hair Transplant Work?

Robotic FUE is the same hair transplant operation as the normal FUE. The only difference is that a robotic device aids the surgeon to perform the two most important processes of the FUE hair transplant operation. These processes are the extraction and transplantation process.

In a typical FUE hair transplant operation, the doctor and the personnel of the hair transplant clinic extract the hair follicles from the donor area manually. And after they extract the needed amount of hair follicles, the surgeon has to cut tiny channels into the scalp of the patient in order to place the extracted hair follicles.

However, if you go to a clinic where they utilize robotic FUE hair transplant, both of these procedures will be done with the support of a robotic tool. The ARTAS robotic hair transplant device will not operate on its own without the presence of a doctor or technician though. 

But it will help the operation to be more precise in general because even the best doctors may make mistakes. And it is almost impossible to perform thousands of tiny incisions that will be totally identical to each other.

Advantages of Robotic FUE Hair Transplant

  • There is no chance of human error

In the robotic FUE hair transplant, the ARTAS device performs the incision process under the doctor’s control. This means that all those tiny cuts on your scalp will be much more accurate. The doctor may lose focus and make some tiny mistakes because a hair transplant operation requires a lot of time and attention. But a robotic device will not get tired or suffer from loss of focus.

  • It is the same as the FUE hair transplant

Robotic hair transplant does not involve any procedures that you can not get in a traditional FUE hair transplant. Except for the robotic precision that the ARTAS device will offer you.

  • Takes less time

A typical FUE hair transplant session takes around 7 to 8 hours until it is over. However, when the doctor operates with the aid of the robotic hair transplant device, the process may take less time than usual.

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