ARTAS Robotic Recipient Site Making

ARTAS® Recipient Site Making

The First and Only Robotic Recipient Site Making System

Protect Your Existing Healthy (Permanent) Hair with Robotic Recipient Site Making

A common question is “What happens to the hair that I still have in my transplanted area? Will it be damaged during the procedure?” The good news is no.

Once hairs are harvested, they are then implanted into the balding or thinning areas of your scalp. The appropriate placement of these hairs is essential when striving for an artful aesthetic result. Your physician uses ARTAS Hair Studio® technology to build your recipient site making treatment design. That treatment design is then transferred to the ARTAS® System to deliver your Recipient Site Making pattern. Survival and growth rates of the transplanted hair depend on the meticulous creation of these robotic recipient sites.

Key Terminology

Here are some key terms to help you understand how the ARTAS System is able to protect your existing healthy (permanent) hair.

  • Healthy (terminal) hair – is thicker, longer and dark (permanent)
  • Miniaturized (vellus) hair – is shorter, finer and light-colored (not-permanent)

The ARTAS® Robotic Procedure Protects Your Existing Healthy (Permanent) Hair

The ARTAS System identifies both existing healthy (permanent) hair as well as miniaturized/vellus hair to create the best possible aesthetic outcome.

Recipient Area

  • ARTAS Artificial Intelligence™ algorithms are used to avoid damaging existing healthy (permanent) hair you currently have
  • The ARTAS Robotic System assists your physician in placing your new hair in areas of thinning while protecting your existing healthy (permanent) hair

The ARTAS Robotic System Helps Create The Optimal Aesthetic Pattern

  • Your physician uses ARTAS Hair Studio technology to build your treatment design. That treatment design is then transferred to the ARTAS System to deliver your Robotic Site Making pattern
  • ARTAS Artificial Intelligence algorithms are used to determine where the recipient sites are created to provide the best possible aesthetic outcome, while protecting your current hair
  • Physician-controlled hair angles, hair density, hair distribution and hair direction parameters provide a more natural looking result

How Recipient Sites Are Created

Your personal recipient site pattern is designed by your physician using the ARTAS Hair Studio technology. The physician chooses the depth, direction and angles based off your desired aesthetic outcome. The design is then transferred to the ARTAS System for Recipient Site Making under physician supervision.