Hair restoration surgery is exciting, but you might not want people to see you immediately after the procedure because of redness and scabbing. Check out our tips on hiding post-op evidence!
Any time you’re looking to have an elective surgery, it’s important that you do your research and consult a trusted doctor before you make your decision to ensure you are proceeding with the right type of surgery for your specific situation and needs. In hair restoration that means deciding between a Linear Hair Restoration or a Robotic FUE Hair Restoration.Read more >
This is a photograph of follicles straight from the ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant system, and follicles after they have been properly trimmed and prepared for transplantation. It is important to recognize that the ARTAS® robot is not like a car wash where you just stick a patient in and *presto* out come the grafts and there you go.
I am approaching the 3 months mark post ARTAS® robotic (FUE) hair transplant. Should I see more growth?
Q: I had 2,400 grafts in Oct. 2014 to my crown, temples and forelock. Healing exceptionally well: most grafts did not shed, recipient area redness is gone, donor area was undetectable within 10 days. At 1 month follow-up, surgeon stated I was healing better than anyone he had seen.
The ARTAS® System was designed, and is manufactured by a company called Restoration Robotics, which was founded in 2002, and is based in Silicon Valley, California. In 2013, after a review of surgical hair restoration practices in Georgia, Dr. Ken Anderson, MD, was selected by Restoration Robotics to receive Georgia’s first ARTAS® Robotic System.Read more >