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Everything You Should Know About ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration

Thinning hair and substantial hair loss could seem like an irreversible problem unless you decide to undergo invasive surgery for visible results. However, the innovative technology of ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration extracts your healthy hair follicles and implants them into your thinning areas without incisions or scars.

Additionally, this minimally invasive treatment does not affect your hairline placement, which is a concern for many patients. Schedule an appointment with North Texas Plastic Surgery to discuss everything you should know about ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration.

Causes of Hair Loss and Thinning Hair

Anyone can begin to lose their hair for a broad spectrum of reasons, though this problem is more prevalent among men. Two of the common causes of hair thinning and hair loss are hormonal changes and aging. Hair loss can also be a hereditary condition or a symptom of certain medical conditions.

Since hair restoration may be a lengthy process for some individuals, it is essential to seek treatment as soon as thinning hair becomes noticeable. Though more severe hair loss could improve with several treatment sessions, getting treatment before reaching this point is optimal for most patients.

How Robotic Hair Restoration Works

Unlike other hair transplant procedures, ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration restores hair without incisions or stitches, eliminating the risk of scarring afterward. The robotic system analyzes your hair follicles and extracts the healthiest cells for transplant while ensuring your existing hair remains untouched. Next, the system inserts your hair follicles to the areas of your scalp that is experiencing little to no natural hair growth in order to kickstart new growth.

Before the procedure begins, we will administer local anesthesia to numb your scalp and minimize any discomfort. Once the treatment is complete, you should rest for a few days before returning to your normal activities, including work and exercise. Typically, patients see new hair growth develop in the treatment areas in about six months, with final results apparent after one year.

Additional Hair Restoration Treatment Options

In addition to ARTAS, you can use various other treatments to stimulate new hair growth and support your hair health without invasive surgery. Rogaine and Propecia are the only two at-home treatments approved by the FDA and can provide some level of regrowth. But treatment at an aesthetician’s office can take that even further.

One of the more popular hair restoration treatments is PRP injections, which contain platelet-rich plasma from your blood that kickstarts new hair growth in the treatment areas. Existing hair becomes healthier after PRP injection treatments and grows longer, as the treatment prolongs the hair follicle’s growth phase. By extracting the red blood cells from your sample, we can inject only the rich plasma into the thinning areas in order to promote new follicle growth. This process takes a few months to start seeing results and usually requires repeated treatments. However, there is essentially no downtime, and you may even be able to combine these injections with hair implants to further address the issue.

Call Us for More Information About Ways to Restore Your Hair Growth

ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration is an excellent treatment for people dealing with hair thinning and hair loss. There is minimal discomfort and scarring with this procedure compared to other options. Further, the treatment results in natural, long-term hair growth without sacrificing your existing hair.

This treatment may be more successful for people in the early stages of hair loss, so you should speak with a medical professional as soon as possible. Contact North Texas Plastic Surgery to schedule a consultation and discuss your hair loss, the procedure process, and potential treatment results.

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