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Hair Loss

ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant

By editor
April 15, 2014

  New Hair Transplantation Technology Opens Path to the Future In recent years, surgical hair transplantation has been going through a significant but quiet revolution. Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation, the standard strip excision method that is still widely used, and the more minimally invasive Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) approaches are being challenged by a technology...  read more


Low Level Light Therapy

By editor
April 10, 2014

The low- level laser therapy treatment is also known as “The Cold Laser”. The laser light generated by low-powered (cold) lasers has recently come into use as a non-surgical hair restoration treatment for patten hair loss. Laser Hair Therapy is a non-chemical and non-invasive treatment being used around the United States of hair loss.  Like...  read more


Robotic Hair Restoration Recipient Sites- The Next Step

By editor
April 8, 2014

ARTAS Hair Studio™ Preview Regarding FUE hair transplantation, Dr. Bernstein describes the recipient site creation process in detail. He explains why, in FUE procedures, the recipient sites are created before the follicular unit grafts are extracted from the donor area. “Pre-making” recipient sites is a key improvement to the FUE procedure that Dr. Bernstein was...  read more


FUT Strip Surgery OR ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant Surgery

By editor
March 17, 2014

FUT Compared with ARTAS- Compare Against Older Methods The older, traditional form of hair transplantation is called Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), or more commonly, “strip” surgery. In a “strip” surgery, the surgeon uses a scalpel to remove a large piece of scalp from the back of the head. This process requires stitches or staples to...  read more


Selfies May Inspire More Americans To Undergo Plastic Surgery

By editor
March 17, 2014

Plastic surgeons are seeing more patients who wish to undergo facial surgery, suggesting social media-posted selfies may be inspiring more Americans to consider plastic surgery. The growing trend of taking selfies – a type of self-portrait photograph, typically taken at arm’s length with a hand-held digital camera or camera phone – and posting them on...  read more


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