Looking for the Most Advanced FUE Procedure?
The ARTAS robotic hair transplant is the first robot assisted hair transplant procedure. Robots help surgeons perform the most delicate and complex operations with precision only dreamed of a few years ago. Thousands of people undergo ‘da Vinci’ robotic assisted surgery across the world every day for prostate and cardiac surgery. Now it’s being used to transform hair restoration.
- No Linear Scar
- Little Downtime
- Precision and Accuracy
- Most Advanced FUE
- First Robotic Procedure
- No Human Fatigue
No Linear Scar
The ARTAS procedure is the most sophisticated, minimally invasive Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) method available. For those who like to wear their hair extremely short, this procedure is your best option because there is no linear scar.
Below are photos of the donor area. One month later there is no sign of a transplant. Donor Area After Procedure
Precision and Accuracy
With micron level accuracy and precision, hair is identified and delicately harvested using a complex algorithm which selects the best hairs for your transplant. It’s been said the robot is up to a 1,000 times more accurate than hand guided systems.
The speed and accuracy of the robot far exceeds that of a manual FUE procedure as well as motorized handheld tools and gives the doctor much more control.
Eliminates Human Error
The ARTAS outperforms manual FUE by reducing transection through robotic analysis of hair angles and thickness. Imaging is superior with High-Definition Stereoscopic Vision.
Plus, the quality of the first graft is identical to the quality of the 1000th graft because human fatigue is eliminated. ARTAS Results 1 Year Later
What Sets ARTAS Apart From Other FUE Procedures
The ARTAS Robotic System knows what lies beneath the surface of the skin while physicians with manual handheld devices do not.
TRANSECTION: Accidental destruction of the hair follicle during harvest by nipping and separating the base of the hair.
Nothing can compare to the ARTAS’s robotic speed, accuracy and precision. Manual FUE involves harvesting with a small hand punch device. Some punches are automated but in both cases the physician or technician must guide a hollow punch device over the small hair, or group of hairs, and thread them through the middle of the punch. It can be a challenge to extract the hair or hairs without damaging them or the important surrounding / supportive tissue. Without the precision of robotics, hairs can sometimes be damaged or killed. This is also known as ‘nipping’.
With up to 99% accuracy, the ARTAS harvests hairs from the donor region with precision not achievable by the human hand. At PAI we recently upgraded to the latest ARTAS 9x, which is even faster and more precise than ever contributing to the health and vitality of donor hairs.