ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant
ARTAS Robotic System
The ARTAS Robotic Procedure was designed with the patient in mind. Developed with leading hair transplant physicians and researchers, this state-of-the-art technology was created to eliminate the guesswork and fatigue associated with manual handheld methods.
This FDA-cleared, physician-assisted technology provides permanent, natural-looking results without the plugs, pain and stitches associated with traditional hair transplants. The ARTAS Procedure is minimally invasive and does not leave a linear scar, so you have the freedom to cut and style your hair the way you like.
For residents in New England and the surrounding areas such as Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire, contact us today to schedule your consultation and find out if the ARTAS Procedure may be right for you!
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See Your Potential Results Before Your Procedure with the ARTAS Hair Studio® Technology
An important question patients seeking a hair transplant procedure ask is “How will I look after my procedure?”. Up until now, you could only imagine how your results would look and cross your fingers. Now, with the introduction of the groundbreaking ARTAS Hair Studio technology, you do not need to wonder any longer.
During the consultation, Dr. Welter will use the ARTAS Hair Studio technology to create a customized hair transplant design as a 3D model based on your personal photographs.
Different aesthetic outcomes require different graft numbers, distribution and placement of your transplanted hair. Using ARTAS Hair Studio, you will see the optimal number of grafts and hairline design needed to meet your expectations. No guessing is required. Together you can make a decision based on your needs and your physician’s recommendations.
ARTAS Robotic Harvesting
Minimally Invasive Robotic Harvesting is a state-of-the-art, proprietary hair transplantation advancement available exclusively with the ARTAS Robotic Procedure. ARTAS Artificial Intelligence™ algorithms are used to identify and select your prime hair for harvesting, while maintaining the appearance of your donor area – all under the control of your physician. These capabilities are available only with the ARTAS® Robotic System. Other hair transplant techniques cannot offer these highly sophisticated technological advancements.
How ARTAS Benefits You
- ARTAS Artificial Intelligence™ algorithms are used to identify and select your prime hair for harvesting
- High-Definition Stereoscopic Vision System analyzes, monitors and tracks each hair sixty times per second
- Physician-Assisted Robotic Technology delivers robust grafts; the thousandth graft is the same quality as the first graft. Robots do not get fatigued
- Eliminates the Potential for Human Error associated with harvesting during manual procedures, providing consistent graft quality throughout the procedure
- Precision Robotics provide speed, accuracy and reproducibility
- Fast Recovery so you can get back to work and your daily activities quickly
Your Donor Area
A critical area on your head to consider is where your hair is being harvested from.
This is called the donor area and consists of an area on the back and sides of your head where hair is not affected by the hormone that causes male pattern baldness. This is permanently growing hair and when transplanted to your balding areas, continues to grow as it did before it was transplanted. It is important to ensure your donor area will look unblemished and your harvested area will look undetectable.
Your donor area is just as important as your transplant area. After your hair grows in where it was trimmed for your ARTAS® Robotic Procedure, your donor area should look intact and undetectable. A long scar or patchy looking donor area is an undesirable giveaway that you have had a hair transplant. You want your outcome to look undetectable. Your friends, family, loved ones and business associates should just think you look better, revitalized and more refreshed, without your procedure being obvious.