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Looking for a cutting-edge solution to hair loss? Consider the ARTAS Robot iX for hair restoration, now available at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center in Cincinnati.
Dr. Jon Mendelsohn, an expert in facial plastic surgery and hair restoration, leads the team at ACSLC in using the ARTAS Robot iX to provide minimally invasive hair transplants with natural-looking results. In a recent media feature on WLWT News, the ARTAS Robot iX was highlighted for its role in revolutionizing hair transplant procedures.
The advanced technology uses sophisticated algorithms to identify and extract individual hair follicles, resulting in a more precise and efficient process. The result? A faster recovery time, minimal scarring, and natural-looking hair growth that can boost your confidence and self-esteem.
Don’t let hair loss hold you back. Visit Advanced Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center in Cincinnati and see how the ARTAS Robot iX can transform your hair restoration journey. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Jon Mendelsohn and our experienced team of hair restoration specialists. As a state-of-the-art technology, the Artas robot uses advanced algorithms to extract individual hair follicles with pinpoint accuracy from the donor site, ensuring the best chance of survival and growth.
This results in natural-looking and long-lasting hair restoration. Unlike traditional hair transplant procedures, the Artas robot is minimally invasive and doesn’t require surgical incisions or stitches. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, and patients can typically return to their daily routines within a few days. One of the most significant benefits of the Artas robot is its high degree of customization, which allows for a personalized hairline design that fits your individual needs and goals. Plus, the complex algorithms the system uses ensure that the new hairline looks attractive and blends in seamlessly with your existing hair.
The Artas robot’s advanced technology makes the harvesting and implantation process faster and more efficient, allowing our technicians to spend more time perfecting the placement of the hair. The results speak for themselves, with visible hair growth starting in as little as three months and final results are typically seen between 6 to 8 months.
The Artas robot is a state-of-the-art technology that uses cutting-edge algorithms to find and remove individual hair follicles from the donor site with great accuracy. This precision ensures that the hair follicles are taken out in a way that gives them the best chance of living and growing, resulting in natural-looking and long-lasting results. Unlike traditional strip procedures, the Artas robot is minimally invasive and doesn’t require surgical incisions or stitches. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, and patients can usually return to their daily routines within a few days of the procedure. Additionally, the Artas robot allows for a high degree of customization, so your hair restoration specialist can design a unique hairline that fits your needs and goals. One of the best things about the Artas robot is that it provides natural-looking and accurate results. The system’s complex algorithms can figure out where each hair follicle should go and at what angle, ensuring that the new hairline looks attractive and blends in seamlessly with your existing hair.
TRANSCRIPT FROM WLWT Ch 5 NEWS:
And if you are hair challenged, there’s now a state-of-the-art robot helping you grow your confidence. Probably my early 20s, I started thinning. For 42 year old Josh Blalock, his hair game has always been an uphill battle. How are you doing? I’m good. How about you? I’m doing good. And for a guy who works in the beauty industry, he says the bald spots have left him bare in more ways than one. Josh reflects on the man he’s been seeing in the mirror. Six months ago. Looking in the mirror, I seen an older version of myself. After combing through other hair growth options that just haven’t worked for him, Josh was offered an opportunity to be a test subject at his place of work, Advanced Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center in the Rookwood area. It’s the latest and greatest technology available. Meet the robot revolutionizing the hair transplant industry. The technology has been used for more than a decade. But Hyde Park Plastic Surgeon Dr. Jon Mendelsohn, says the recent update makes the old robots look like scrap metal. It’s really in the past year or so where the software upgrades, the algorithms can measure the length of the hair, the depth of the hair, the orientation of the hair, the angle and and can harvest and extract it and can even implant it. So here’s how it works. After patient Josh gets prepped and properly numbed up, it’s time to take hair from an area where it’s growing and move it to the spots where it’s not. First up, give the ARTAS Robot a target zone. We’re going to put tension on the scalp and we’re going to lay this grid down. And on this grid, you see, this is what the robot is going to read. The robot literally goes hair by hair at a pace of about 1500 an hour. Finding the good ones and sucking them out. You’ll see the bulb on it, which is the bottom. The individual strands are put in a petri dish and cleaned after that implanted in the part of the scalp where Josh has had trouble growing hair, then its watch and wait. The fertile areas where hair has been stolen will grow new hair right away. And for the recipient spots where the robot did the planting – Patience, says Dr. Mendelsohn. Patience. Good things come to those who wait. Around 3 to 4 months, it will sprout and usually between 6 and 8 months we really start to see results and the hair will grow at a quarter to a half inch a month