ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant System

 

The ARTAS Robotic Procedure was created to increase the reliability and eliminate the  fatigue associated with manual handheld methods of performing FUE Hair Transplant, along with the scarring, complications, and downtime of existing more invasive surgical techniques*.

Dr. Pawlinga has monitored the evolution of this technology and with the advent of the NEW 9X technology he has determined that ARTAS should be another tool available for him to provide the best possible hair restoration option for his patients. Dr. Pawlinga performs ARTAS FUE hair transplant procedures in his New York City office.

ARTAS is an FUE device so no linear incisions or stitches are required. In addition, ARTAS is FDA cleared and has multiple clinical studies documenting clinical efficacy. It is now possible for patients to experience natural-looking results without the side effects and recovery times resulting from strip harvesting.*

Some of the benefits of the updated ARTAS 9x system include greater range-of-motion of the robotic arm, newly designed needles for more accurate harvesting, improved optical system, simplified site making, smaller donor wounds, automatic scar detection, and a greater overall speed.

The ARTAS Robot is a physician-assisted suite of hardware and software components, which automates key aspects of a surgical hair restoration procedure. Using its three-dimensional optical system, the ARTAS System guides its robotic arm and surgical tools with microscopic precision.

*Individual results may vary.

*Individual results may vary.

Hair loss can effect not only our appearance but our self image and self confidence. At Pawlinga Medical Center For Hair Restoration we understand hair loss both professionally and personally and look forward to the opportunity to help you regain your hair and self confidence again!

 

Pawling Medical Center For Hair Restoration

Christopher Pawlinga, M.D.
1150 Nott Street
Schenectady NY 12308

Tel: 518-788-8766

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