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Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces Post on ARTAS

ARTAS Hair Transplant Experts Announces New Post on Robotic Hair Transplantation

Silicon Valley Institute, the Bay Area ARTAS Hair Transplant Experts, Announces New Post on Robotic Hair Transplantation Options

The Bay Area leader in robotic hair transplantation using the ARTAS system, Silicon Valley Hair Institute, is proud to announce a new blog post on the advantages of robotics to treat hair loss. The post explains how robotic systems can work hand-in-hand with skilled technicians and surgeons to mitigate annoying hair loss in both men and women.

“Even with my years of experience and knowledge, there are limits to what I can do as a human being. The truth is, robots don’t get tired. That’s why I’m passionate about the ARTAS hair transplant system,” explained Miguel Canales, MD. “I can manage the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) surgical process without using my own hands to do the work manually. This leaves me time to focus on the overall appearance while the robot handles the precise extractions. The result is a better head of hair with minimal scarring.”

Bay Area residents can review the new post by Silicon Valley Hair Institute at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/silicon-valley-hair-institute-experts-artas-system/. The value of robotic assistance can equal a better, cleaner result after hair loss surgery. The ARTAS hair transplant robot can exhibit precise movements during operation, helping to create a fuller, more natural-looking hairline.

Interested persons can learn more about the ARTAS robot by reviewing the informational page on the SVHI website at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/artas/. It should be noted that the Silicon Valley Institute is fortunate to be one of just a few Northern California locations who can offer robotic hair transplantation solutions.

ARTAS HAIR TRANSPLANT GOES THE DISTANCE FOR THE BEST HAIR RESTORATION RESULTS IN THE BAY AREA

Here is the background for this release. An expert surgeon can prepare for hair loss surgery similar to a marathon runner. Doctors might review plans and practice precise movements for hours before stepping into an operating room. Even a well-prepared surgeon is wary of the physical toll a long surgery can take.

The mind may be sharp, but the hands might struggle to execute small, exact movements over the hours. Bay Area locals might be interested to learn, a top hair loss surgeon has one of the few ARTAS hair transplant systems in the Bay Area.

The ARTAS hair transplant surgical device can complete the same careful FUE/FUT movements from beginning to end. Surgeons have the opportunity to focus on the overall look of a patient’s scalp while a robot manages the details.

A sharp surgeon teamed with a cutting-edge device can result in a winning strategy. Bay Area patients might be pleased to see a more natural-looking, fuller head of hair post-surgery. For these reasons, Silicon Valley Hair Institute has released a new blog post about the value of high-tech robots in surgery.

ABOUT THE SILICON VALLEY HAIR INSTITUTE

Silicon Valley Hair Institute (http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/), under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon, Dr. Miguel Canales – is one of the best robotic hair transplant clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Dr. Canales provides both the FUT (FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fut-surgery/) and FUE hair transplant (Follicular Unit Extraction at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fue-hair-transplant/) procedures for Bay Area residents, who find this top-rated hair transplant specialist.

The Silicon Valley Hair Institute is a specialized hair clinic serving hair loss and hair restoration needs in the San Francisco, San Jose and the Silicon Valley Peninsula (Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Menlo-Atherton, Redwood City and beyond.). Dr. Canales also specializes in aesthetic hair restoration for females seeking eyebrow transplantation or hairline advancements.

Silicon Valley Institute, the Bay Area ARTAS Hair Transplant Experts, Announces New Post on Robotic Hair Transplantation Options

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Silicon Valley Hair Institute Announces Post on ARTAS

ARTAS Hair Transplant Experts Announces New Post on Robotic Hair Transplantation

Silicon Valley Institute, the Bay Area ARTAS Hair Transplant Experts, Announces New Post on Robotic Hair Transplantation Options

The Bay Area leader in robotic hair transplantation using the ARTAS system, Silicon Valley Hair Institute, is proud to announce a new blog post on the advantages of robotics to treat hair loss. The post explains how robotic systems can work hand-in-hand with skilled technicians and surgeons to mitigate annoying hair loss in both men and women.

“Even with my years of experience and knowledge, there are limits to what I can do as a human being. The truth is, robots don’t get tired. That’s why I’m passionate about the ARTAS hair transplant system,” explained Miguel Canales, MD. “I can manage the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) surgical process without using my own hands to do the work manually. This leaves me time to focus on the overall appearance while the robot handles the precise extractions. The result is a better head of hair with minimal scarring.”

Bay Area residents can review the new post by Silicon Valley Hair Institute at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/silicon-valley-hair-institute-experts-artas-system/. The value of robotic assistance can equal a better, cleaner result after hair loss surgery. The ARTAS hair transplant robot can exhibit precise movements during operation, helping to create a fuller, more natural-looking hairline.

Interested persons can learn more about the ARTAS robot by reviewing the informational page on the SVHI website at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/artas/. It should be noted that the Silicon Valley Institute is fortunate to be one of just a few Northern California locations who can offer robotic hair transplantation solutions.

ARTAS HAIR TRANSPLANT GOES THE DISTANCE FOR THE BEST HAIR RESTORATION RESULTS IN THE BAY AREA

Here is the background for this release. An expert surgeon can prepare for hair loss surgery similar to a marathon runner. Doctors might review plans and practice precise movements for hours before stepping into an operating room. Even a well-prepared surgeon is wary of the physical toll a long surgery can take.

The mind may be sharp, but the hands might struggle to execute small, exact movements over the hours. Bay Area locals might be interested to learn, a top hair loss surgeon has one of the few ARTAS hair transplant systems in the Bay Area.

The ARTAS hair transplant surgical device can complete the same careful FUE/FUT movements from beginning to end. Surgeons have the opportunity to focus on the overall look of a patient’s scalp while a robot manages the details.

A sharp surgeon teamed with a cutting-edge device can result in a winning strategy. Bay Area patients might be pleased to see a more natural-looking, fuller head of hair post-surgery. For these reasons, Silicon Valley Hair Institute has released a new blog post about the value of high-tech robots in surgery.

ABOUT THE SILICON VALLEY HAIR INSTITUTE

Silicon Valley Hair Institute (http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/), under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon, Dr. Miguel Canales – is one of the best robotic hair transplant clinics in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Dr. Canales provides both the FUT (FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fut-surgery/) and FUE hair transplant (Follicular Unit Extraction at http://siliconvalleyhairinstitute.com/fue-hair-transplant/) procedures for Bay Area residents, who find this top-rated hair transplant specialist.

The Silicon Valley Hair Institute is a specialized hair clinic serving hair loss and hair restoration needs in the San Francisco, San Jose and the Silicon Valley Peninsula (Sunnyvale, Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Menlo-Atherton, Redwood City and beyond.). Dr. Canales also specializes in aesthetic hair restoration for females seeking eyebrow transplantation or hairline advancements.

Silicon Valley Institute, the Bay Area ARTAS Hair Transplant Experts, Announces New Post on Robotic Hair Transplantation Options

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Restoration Robotics Announces Presentation on ARTAS iX

Restoration Robotics Announces Presentation on ARTAS iX

Restoration Robotics Announces Presentation on ARTAS iX™ at the South Beach Symposium in Miami

Presentation to be Led by Dr. Paul Rose of the Miami Hair and Skin Institute following the Recent Installation of a Second ARTAS® System at the High Volume Center

Restoration Robotics the global leader in robotic hair restoration, today announced that Dr. Paul Rose, MD of the Miami Hair and Skin Institute will present on the ARTAS iX™ Robotic Hair Restoration System at the South Beach Symposium in Miami, Florida, on Saturday, February 9th, 2019.

Dr. Rose recently purchased an ARTAS iX System at his leading practice in Miami. The ARTAS iX Robotic Hair Restoration System provides the only solution utilizing machine-based vision, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to offer precise, minimally-invasive, repeatable harvesting and implantation functionality in one compact platform.

The Miami Hair and Skin Institute specializes in hair transplant procedures. Procedures are performed exclusively by world-renowned Hair Restoration Surgeons & Dermatologists, Dr. Bernard Nusbaum, MD, Dr. Paul Rose, MD, and Dr. Aaron Nusbaum, MD.

Session Info:

Date:
Saturday, February 9

Title:
Choosing the Most Advanced Method of Hair Restoration for Your Practice

Time:
10:15 am – 10:25 am

Location:
Poinciana Room, Loews Hotel, Miami Beach, FL

Ryan Rhodes, President and Chief Executive Officer of Restoration Robotics, commented, “We are very excited to have The Miami Hair and Skin Institute install a second ARTAS System in their practice to meet the growing demand in their market.

Dr. Rose is a widely respected hair specialist and his adoption of the ARTAS iX System further validates our belief that ARTAS iX technology is revolutionizing the hair transplant industry.”

Dr. Paul Rose, MD, FISHRS, FACS, stated, “We are excited to add the ARTAS iX System to our practice and provide our patients with the most advanced hair restoration technology on the market. I look forward to speaking on this cutting-edge technology at the South Beach Symposium in Miami.”

The ARTAS® Robotic Hair Restoration System is the first and only hair restoration system in the world combining robotic and artificial intelligence technology designed to assist surgeons through the most significant and tedious stages of the hair restoration process.

It provides the ultimate advanced and comprehensive offering for precise, efficient, and repeatable hair restoration and automates the most significant aspects of hair transplantation procedures: graft harvesting, recipient site making, and now, implantation.

ARTAS iX™ is equipped with a 3D-camera stereoscopic vision system with improved 44-micron resolution and a 7-axis robot arm to deliver unmatched procedural analysis, precision, repeatability, and clinical workflow efficiency.

For more information on the ARTAS® iX system, please visit https://artas.com

About Restoration Robotics
Restoration Robotics, Inc. is a medical device company developing and commercializing the ARTAS® and ARTAS iX™ Robotic Hair Restoration System.

The ARTAS iX System is the first and only physician-assisted system to dissect and assist in the harvesting of follicular units directly from the scalp, create recipient implant sites using proprietary algorithms and implant the hair follicles into the designated sites. The Company has unique expertise in machine vision, image guidance, visual servoing and robotics, as well as developing intuitive interfaces to manage these technologies.

Restoration Robotics Announces Presentation on ARTAS iX™ at the South Beach Symposium in Miami

 

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New Artas robot takes on repetitive hair-restoration tasks

New robot takes on repetitive hair-restoration tasks

Restoration Robotics has launched a robotic intelligent system that offers precise, minimally invasive, repeatable hair harvesting and implantation uses in one platform.

The Artas iX robotic hair restoration system has a 3-camera stereoscopic vision system with 44-micron resolution and a 7-axis robot. It has a compact, motorized, battery-powered, portable and adjustable procedure chair for increased patient comfort and clinical versatility that can be used ergonomically in multiple aesthetic procedures.

Artas iX robotic

Restoration Robotics (San Jose, Calif.) designed the new system to deliver high-quality procedural analysis, precision, repeatability, and clinical workflow efficiency for hair restoration.

It will reduce the more labor-intensive aspects of hair restoration procedures as well as clinical fatigue and case time, according to Robert M. Bernstein, MD, clinical professor of dermatology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University and founder of a hair transplant facility in New York City.

“The introduction of the Artas iX system is a major transformative milestone for Restoration Robotics and the hair restoration industry,” added company CEO Ryan Rhodes in a statement. “We believe that the additional features, especially the implantation functionality, significantly enhance our offering to physicians and help position us to further penetrate the expanding male hair restoration market.”

About 1.2 million men worldwide have hereditary baldness, Rhodes said at The Aesthetic Show 2018 in Las Vegas where the Artas iX system made its debut last week.

The company has been pioneering robotic hair restoration for more than a decade, according to the company’s chief operations officer, Gabe Zingaretti. Its Artas system is the first and only physician-assisted system to dissect and assist in the harvesting of follicular units directly from the scalp, create recipient implant sites using proprietary algorithms and now implant the hair follicles into the designated sites. Artas iX is the culmination of more than three years of research and development, Zingaretti said.

Co-founded by surgical robotics pioneer Fred Moll, Restoration Robotics went public in October 2017. The Artas system received FDA 510(k) approval in 2011 after providing results from clinical studies that showed the system to be safe and effective.

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