Restoration Robotics has Harvested the 10 Millionth Hair with the Artas® Robotic System

October 24, 2014

Dr. Eduardo López Bran, a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Society said, "We are excited to have harvested the 10 millionth hair. “It is important that my practice continues to offer the most advanced hair restoration procedures to our patients. The ARTAS Robotic System enables me to provide consistent, reproducible results compared to other procedure options. My patients leave my office with a natural donor area and they are able to wear their hair at any length without the need to conceal a linear scar.”

With the commercial launch in late 2011, achieving the 10 Millionth Hair demonstrates the ARTAS Robotic System's widespread acceleration and rapid adoption among leading hair transplant experts. This transformative technology is currently cleared for use in forty-six countries, with additional clearances pending.

Using high-resolution digital imaging, the ARTAS Robotic System extends physician capability and removes the potential for human error attributable to fatigue. The physician-assisted ARTAS Robotic System uses state-of-the art image guidance and intelligent algorithms to optimize individual follicular unit harvesting resulting in precise procedures and consistent results. With the ARTAS Robotic System, physicians can harvest thousands of follicular units in a single session, performing the procedure with consistent, reproducible results.

Jim McCollum, President and Chief Executive Officer of Restoration Robotics said, “Restoration Robotics is committed to revolutionizing and advancing hair restoration. The ARTAS Robotic System is fast becoming the gold standard in hair transplantation and enables hair restoration surgeons to enhance the patient experience and achieve unsurpassed outcomes. Our 10 Millionth Hair verifies the increased interest in patients pursuing a highly precise, undetectable hair transplant with a high degree of patient satisfaction. Interested patients are researching and demanding the ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant Procedure.”

For more information go to: artashair.com and restorationrobotics.com.

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