With traditional “strip surgery” hair transplants, or follicular unit transplantation (FUT), the doctor removes a strip of scalp tissue from the donor area and closes the surgical site with sutures. This hair transplant technique has a number of drawbacks including significant scarring and pain. Instead, men may want to consider undergoing a “follicular unit extraction” (FUE) hair transplant with minimally invasive robotic hair harvesting. The robotic hair transplant technique is the most advanced system available today and it has revolutionized the donor hair identification process….
Robotic Hair Restoration
Robotic Hair Restoration refers to the follicular unit extraction (FUE) procedure performed by the ARTAS Robot. Using state of the art technology, the ARTAS Robot creates 3D imaging of the scalp identifying the best hair follicles for extraction from the donor area of hair. This ultimately leads to shorter recovery times than most other forms of hair extraction. A qualified physician will then complete the rest of the hair transplant process giving you better and more natural looking results. To learn more about robotic hair restoration, read through some of the blogs that cover this topic below.
For patients dealing with hair loss, a hair transplant has long been an option, but there were always downsides to consider. After some transplant procedures, patients would be left with scarring at the donor site that made it difficult to wear certain hairstyles, and the recovery could be long and painful. All of that has changed with the ARTAS® system. ARTAS® is the world’s only robotic hair transplant system, providing patients with a minimally invasive hair loss solution with very little scarring and a fast recovery. Learn more about the ARTAS® system in this infographic from Robotic Hair Restoration of Long Island. We provide treatments for hair loss for women and men throughout Long Island, Queens, and Brooklyn, and can help you regain your confidence after losing your hair….
You may be surprised to learn that there are different types of hair loss, although they all do involve the loss of scalp or body hair. Hair loss in men is also known as alopecia. Quite often, men’s hair loss is caused by a genetic predisposition toward alopecia; however, environmental factors and underlying medical conditions can also contribute to hair loss in men….