ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplants

Robotic hair transplant surgery with the ARTAS System is a significant advance in the technology of the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedure.
  • Faster harvesting time
  • Increased accuracy
  • Less wounding and scarring
  • Better outcomes

Unparalleled Precision & Accuracy

The ARTAS robot’s advanced optical guidance system locates and extracts follicular units with speed and accuracy impossible to duplicate with the human hand.

Robotic Recipient Site Creation

The physician programs the robot and it executes the plan flawlessly. Every time.
  • Angle of hair elevation
  • Hair direction
  • Site depth
  • Average density or spacing
  • Total number of recipient sites

Automated Graft Selection

By harvesting only one-hair follicular units, the surgeon maximizes the number of hair follicles extracted while minimizing wounding and scarring.

Customized Punch Sizes

Customizing the tool to the patient can have a significant effect on the outcome of the transplant.
A robotic hair transplant is a minimally invasive, outpatient hair transplant procedure in which key steps are performed with the microscopic precision and reliability of the ARTAS® Robotic System.

In a robotic hair transplant, naturally occurring groups of one to four hairs, called follicular units, are extracted one at a time from the scalp. They are then placed into recipient sites created in the balding area where they grow permanent, natural hairs.
The ARTAS robot orients its robotic arm to the donor area in the back of the patient's scalp and the optical system selects a follicular unit to extract.

In rapid succession, the dual punch tool scores the skin around the follicular unit then cuts deeper to separate the unit from surrounding tissue. The optical system then selects the next follicular unit to extract and the robotic arm orients to the target. This process is repeated until sufficient follicular units have been harvested.

The robot can also create recipient sites, tiny incisions where grafts will be placed, according to a design developed by the physician. Once recipient sites are made, the grafts are meticulously placed in the sites where they grow permanent hairs.
The ARTAS Robot uses its precision optical guidance system to virtually eliminate human error from the harvesting process in a Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant.

When performed with hand-held instruments, FUE is a labor-intensive process that requires the surgeon to maintain focus and accuracy over sessions as long as eight hours. The consistency and precision of the ARTAS robot greatly reduce the risk of damage to follicular units caused by human error. With fewer damaged follicular units, more survive the transplant and the aesthetic outcome of the hair transplant is improved.

Robotic FUE requires no stitches, leaves no noticeable scarring, and has no post-operative limitations on physical activity.

Download the Info Sheet


Video Gallery

Join The Conversation!

Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration updated their profile picture.
Timeline Photos Hair Restoration Transformation at Bernstein Medical:
Patient QLR #TuesdayTransformation: Patient QLR is a woman in her 20s who experienced #hairloss following radiotherapy. After her #hairtransplant she was able to completely camouflage her hair loss!
Female Hair Restoration Photo Gallery: Patient QLR is a young woman in her early 20s who had hair loss on the front and top of her scalp following radiotherapy and surgery near her left part.
Simultaneous Robotic Incision and Manual Extraction using the ARTAS 9X: via @YouTube
So grateful to be featured in @capsulecares's blog!
Patient LRP Can you have a #hairtransplant if you have a #scar in the donor area? Yes! Details on our website:
#BernsteinMedical #HairRestoration #WednesdayWisdom
Bernstein Medical Patient LRP had 245 follicular unit grafts robotically extracted and placed into a strip scar from an old procedure. Click for photos.
Female baldness: The long and short of it BBC News - Hair loss: What is female-pattern baldness? #hairloss #women #bernsteinmedical #TuesdayTransformation
TV presenter Nadia Sawalha posted a video online "confessing" she was losing her hair.

Load More

Any Questions?

For any questions or to schedule a physician consultation please fill out the form and we'll get back to you.
* indicates required field