Silicon Valley Hair Institute Trifecta of Posts

Silicon Valley Hair Institute Trifecta of Posts

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, the Bay Area Hair Transplant Leader, Announces a “Trifecta” of Posts on Bay Area Options

Silicon Valley Hair Institute is the leader in the San Francisco Bay Area when it comes to hair transplants, especially robotic or ARTAS hair restoration technology. The company is announcing a “trifecta” of three important posts to its blog.

If someone is dealing with hair loss, a smart first step is to do a little research on hair restoration treatments, including ARTAS hair transplantation.

Silicon Valley Hair Institute, the Bay Area Hair Transplant Leader, is proud to announce a “trifecta” of new blog posts on the best hair transplant options in the Bay Area. With hair transplantation a major decision, many residents want to read up on the technology before making even the decision for an in-office consultation.

“If someone is dealing with hair loss, a smart first step is to do a little research on hair restoration treatments, including ARTAS hair transplantation,” explained Miguel Canales, of Silicon Valley Hair Institute. “Our three new posts offer some insight into what’s new in hair restoration and how to make the right choice for an individual situation, with a focus on Bay Area hair transplant options as there is no need to leave the area.”

To review “trifecta” of new blog posts on Bay Area hair restoration issues, visit

Three informational posts concerning state-of-the-art hair transplantation treatments are available at that link.

Topics include:

a) how to choose a hair transplant specialist,

b) ARTAS robotic transplantation in the Bay Area, and

c) FUE/FUT hair restoration techniques.

Locals from San Jose to San Mateo to San Francisco who are searching for information from the best doctors and surgeons can start with the three blog posts and end with an in-office consultation with Dr. Miguel Canales.

Here is the background on this release. For a Bay Area resident suffering from hair loss, filtering through doctors and surgeons to locate the best Bay Area transplant clinics is a logical process. But even before selecting doctors and making appointments, a little educational reading is in order.

For these reasons, Silicon Valley Hair Institute has announced three newly archived blog posts on hair restoration technology. Digging deeper into the blog, one can find topics such as alopecia, female hair loss, and even hair restoration options for persons who are transgender.

A quick read of the “trifecta” of the latest three posts is a good first step. A good second step is to reach out to a Bay Area hair transplant specialists for a consultation, as no two individuals’ hair is the same.

About Silicon Valley Hair Institute

Silicon Valley Hair Institute (, under the leadership of top-rated California hair transplant surgeon Miguel Canales MD, is one of the best facilities offering San Francisco Bay Area hair transplants. Dr. Canales provides the full range of advanced hair transplant and hair restoration procedures for Bay Area residents, from San Francisco to San Mateo to Palo Alto.

If one needs a hair transplant specialist, look no further than this Bay Area hair transplant center. Dr. Canales also performs female hair transplants for women and eyebrow restoration, thus offering the best hair transplant and robotic hair replacement options. Robotics include state-of-the-art ARTAS hair transplant technology.

Silicon Valley Hair Institute Trifecta of Posts


Surgical Robotics Transforming the Smart Healthcare

Surgical Robotics Transforming the Smart Healthcare

Surgical Robotics Transforming the Smart Healthcare

Robotics technology brings several benefits for both patients and surgeons. It allows for precise and real-time movement of the instruments and unparalleled view of the area under surgery.

Each instrument in the system performs a certain task – clamping, cutting, dissecting, and suturing. The robot offers multiple advantages such as reduction of post-operative pain, shortened hospital stays, earlier patient mobility and faster recovery.

The field of surgery is witnessing a period of great change due to the recent phenomenal advances in surgical and computer technology. Robotic surgery is a new revolution in the space and one of the most popular topics of discussion in surgery today. The field is taking off as it is enhancing surgery by fostering improved precision, stability, and dexterity. The most well-known surgical robot, the Intuitive Surgical da Vinci robot is designed to improve clinical outcomes of patients through minimally invasive surgery. Surgical robots find application in many surgical specialties. For instance, in neurosurgery, image-guided robots help examine brain lesions without causing any major damage to the adjacent tissue. In orthopedic surgery, robots are used to shape the femur to precisely fit prosthetic hip joint replacements. Robots also find use in urology surgery, gynecology surgery, general surgery, and other surgeries.

The robotic surgery market has been making great waves since the 1980s. This growth is attributed to the growing demand for automation in the healthcare industry, the greater focus towards advanced robotic surgeries, the rising incidence rates of gynecological, neurological and other disorders, and the benefits offered by robots in surgeries.

As per the report by Allied Market Research, the global surgical robotics market is likely to reach $98,737.0 million by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 8.5% from 2017 to 2024. Several companies in the space are looking at innovation to improve surgical efficiency and extend their penetration in the market.

In June 2018, Restoration Robotics, Inc., a leading robotic hair restoration company launched the education Master Class Series for its ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration System which allows physicians to provide exceptional results to male aesthetic patients. In April 2018, the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, a medical provider based in Nashville, Tennessee added a new tool to its collection of minimally invasive procedures to offer patients the most advanced robotic-assisted surgical procedures.

In January 2018, Henry Ford Allegiance Health, a Jackson-based medical center announced its introduction of the ExcelciusGPS surgical system that provides minimally invasive spine surgery to patients.

Restoration Robotics’ Education Master Class Series

Restoration Robotics, Inc. recently introduced a continuing education Master Class Series for its ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration System with the aim of educating physicians on best practices and the recent techniques for this cutting-edge technology.

a world leader in Hair Transplant technology, Hair Restoration surgery and Hair Transplant clinical research as well as inventing ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant technologies

The Master Class Series helps them provide great results to male aesthetic patients. The ARTAS Hair Transplant System is the first robotic system in the world designed to help surgeons in hair restoration techniques. According to Ryan Rhodes, President, and CEO of Restoration Robotics, the Master Class Series is designed to support and advance their physicians’ knowledge in using the ARTAS Robotic System and improving the patient experience.

Vanderbilt University Medical Center Enhances its Portfolio

With the aim of offering the most advanced robotic-assisted surgical procedures to patients, Vanderbilt University Medical Center added a new product to its collection of minimally invasive techniques. Thoracic surgery is the latest specialty at the medical center to adopt the latest version of the robot – the da Vinci Xi which allows surgeons to carry out complex procedures using a few small incisions.

Erin Gillaspie, MD, assistant professor of Thoracic Surgery at Vanderbilt said, “I was absolutely amazed at the ease of performing surgery with the robot. This technology is outstanding for the type of surgeries we are doing. It is extraordinary how meticulously we can do these cases with the robot. The robotic instruments we use have 7 degrees of freedom and 90 degrees of articulation, which is basically like having miniaturized hands inside the patient’s body. Every move I make is mirrored by the robot.”

Henry Ford Allegiance Health Introduces New Surgical System

Henry Ford Allegiance Health announced that it’s the first in Michigan to offer patients the ExcelciusGPS surgical system. Offering minimally invasive spine surgery, the technology fosters increased safety for patients and accuracy for surgeons.

The incorporation of a GPS 3-D guidance system in the system improves accuracy and optimizes patient care by integrating robotics with navigation.

The technology enables a neurosurgeon to place screws and implants precisely while seeing exactly where to place instruments in real-time. The ExcelciusGPS allows for safer, more consistent, and smaller incisions, leading to better healing and lessen scarring. “Robot-assisted surgery is a new, emerging area that will become the standard in care,” says Dr. Frank La Marca, a Henry Ford Allegiance Health neurosurgeon. “We are excited to offer our patients the advantages of the Excelcius system, which allows us to perform minimally invasive procedures which may result in less blood loss, less muscle damage, and a potentially faster recovery,” he added.

Surgical Robotics Transforming the Smart Healthcare


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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