ARTAS Hair Restoration
ARTAS Hair Restoration at The Carney Restoration Hair Clinic
Carney Hair Restoration Clinic offers a full spectrum of treatment for women’s hair loss. There are 2 types of hair loss in women.
Often women pull there hair back tightly, or use very heavy hair appliances that pull the hair towards the back of the scalp. This type of hair loss is called Traction Alopecia and can be treated with ARTAS robotic assisted hair transplant. During this procedure, Dr. Carney moves healthy hair from the back of the scalp to create a new hairline that is resistant to hormonal changes which can also lead to generalized hair loss.
Generalized hair loss, which is loss that occurs over the entire scalp, can, in many cases, lead to very pronounced thinning of the entire scalp. Often, these women must wear wigs as generalized hair loss cannot be treated with conventional hair transplants. It is not uncommon however, to recreate the frontal hairline of these patients with the ARTAS technique. It is not, however, possible to transplant the entire scalp as there is no donor area to harvest.
Fortunately there are treatments available to both strengthen and thicken generalized alopecia in women. At Carney Hair Restoration, we use a very promising treatment called PRP, or Platelet-Rich Plasma. PRP works as a kind of super fertilizer to tired and dying hair follicles. It has very good results in the growth and thickening of generalized alopecia.
Traction Alopecia is a type of hair loss common in women. It is caused by wearing hair styles that pull the hair back tightly. Traction Alopecia can be treated with ARTAS robotic assisted hair transplant. During this procedure, Dr. Carney moves healthy hair from the back of the scalp to create a new hairline.
Artas Hair Restoration for Women is:
- Virtually pain free
No stitches or linear scar associated with the ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant Procedure
- Intelligent algorithms
Identify and select your best hairs for harvesting.
- Physician-assisted robotic technology
Delivers high quality robust grafts.
- Robotic harvesting
Digital mapping provides precise and consistent graft dissection, unavailable with manual techniques.
- Robotic Recipient Site Making
Creates natural site distribution for optimal results that avoids damaging existing healthy hair.
- Eliminates human fatigue and the potential for error associated with traditional manual hair transplants
Ensures consistent graft quality throughout the procedure.
- Fast recovery
Allows you to get back to work and your daily activities quickly.
ARTAS Hair Restoration FAQs
How does the ARTAS® Robotic Procedure work?
The ARTAS Robotic Procedure is a minimally invasive hair restoration solution that leverages digital imaging and precision robotics to harvest healthy grafts for transplantation. Unlike the earlier methods of hair restoration, there is no need for the surgical removal of a strip of scalp from the back and sides of the head, no linear scar left after surgery and no need for stitches or staples to close the wound. The benefit is a quick recovery time and the ability to return to normal activities and work sooner.
How will my hair look after the ARTAS Robotic Procedure?
The ARTAS Robotic Procedure provides extremely natural looking results. After the procedure, you are able to wear your hair any length or style with confidence.
How is the ARTAS Robotic Procedure different than “Hair Plugs”?
Old fashioned “hair plugs” included the harvesting of large patches of hair that resulted in an awkward and unnatural appearance once implanted. The ARTAS Robotic System uses its computer-assisted robotic arm and digital mapping to pinpoint hair groupings as they naturally grow in the donor area. This process provides the doctor micron level control and unparalleled precision in designing a natural looking head of hair and a natural hairline. Because the ARTAS Robotic System enables unmatched precision and accuracy, doctors are able to extract healthy robust hairs for optimal growth.
Are ARTAS Robotic Procedure hair transplant results permanent?
The ARTAS Robotic Procedure uses your own permanent growing hair, typically from the back of your head, and your physician then implants this hair to the thinning areas of your scalp. As this hair is not susceptible to the conditions that cause male pattern baldness, transplanted hair will last a lifetime.
How long does the ARTAS Robotic Procedure take?
The ARTAS Robotic Procedure usually takes from four to eight hours as determined by your doctor to achieve your hair restoration goals. You are comfortably seated during the process, and the doctor and staff are there with you to maximize your comfort throughout the procedure.
How long does it take to recover and heal?
Recovery time with the ARTAS Robotic Procedure is less than with most surgical cosmetic procedures. As there is no surgical incision or stitches required with the ARTAS Robotic Procedure, healing time is short, and you can usually go back to your daily activities after a day or two. Some doctors schedule a follow up visit the morning after the procedure to examine your scalp and to teach you how to take care of your newly implanted hair.
When will my new hair start to grow?
Transplanted hair grows naturally in phases. New hairs are seen about three months after the procedure, and will continue to increase over the course of a full year. At approximately six months, you will enjoy a noticeable improvement and after a full year, you will see final results.
Will people know I have had a hair restoration procedure?
With the ARTAS Robotic procedure, any scarring is minimal and is nearly undetectable. Your new hair grows in gradually, reducing the chance that people will notice the procedure. Your friends and family will comment that you look better, but the results from your hair restoration are subtle and natural.
Does the ARTAS Robotic Procedure hurt?
The ARTAS Robotic Procedure, an outpatient procedure performed in the doctor’s office, requires only a local anesthetic. The patient feels virtually no pain. Some patients can experience minor discomfort and swelling post-procedure, which subsides in one to three days.
Will there be visible scarring in the Donor area?
Because the ARTAS Robotic System selectively harvests individual hair groupings rather than removing a large area of scalp requiring sutures, there is minimal scarring in the donor area. Hair can be worn fashionably short, or in longer styles, whatever you prefer. You’re not limited by having to cover scarring from strip surgery.
Do I have to cut my hair before treatment?
Trimming your hair in the donor area allows the ARTAS System to accurately visualize, track and harvest each grouping of hairs. You will receive instructions on having your hair cut shorter in preparation for your ARTAS Robotic Procedure.
What is the price of the ARTAS Robotic Procedure?
Treatment costs will be determined during your consultation with your doctor and depend on the amount of new hair that you desire. Discuss the procedure pricing with your doctor, as some doctors may offer payment options.