Robotic hair transplant is a minimally invasive surgical procedure to treat hair loss. This procedure uses a robotic arm to harvest donor hair follicles from the back of the head and transplants them to the balding or thinning areas. Robotic hair transplant is less invasive than traditional hair transplant procedures, and it results in less pain, swelling, and scarring. This procedure can be performed in one day, and patients can typically return to their normal activities within a few days. This type of transplant can provide natural-looking results for both men and women who are experiencing hair loss.
Robotic hair transplants can be an effective treatment for people who have lost their hair due to genetic factors, chemotherapy, or other medical conditions. This type of transplant can also be used to correct previous hair transplants that did not meet the patient’s expectations.
If you are considering a robotic hair transplant, it is important to consult with a skilled surgeon who has experience with this type of procedure. To ensure the best possible results, it is also important to follow all post-operative instructions carefully.
Robotic hair transplant pre-op is a process that should be taken seriously. There are a few things you can do to make sure you are as prepared as possible.
We’ll give you a thorough cost estimate depending on the number of grafts needed and the complexity of the scene of the procedure. The quote includes estimate visits and medical treatment following corrective surgery. The challenging nature of surgical procedures requires in depth assessments before providing an cost estimate.
The number of treatments required depends on your goals, your current level of hair loss, and how this changes over time. The majority will require 2 procedures in their lifetime.
A Robot transplant can be conducted in one long session, or several smaller sessions. It does not leave an obvious or usual scar, but tends to be time-consuming compared to strip transplant surgery.
The length of time for a procedure ultimately depends upon how many grafts are needed. A smaller procedure, where only around 500-1,000 grafts are needed, can be completed in 4 hours. However, a larger procedure where around 2,500 to 3,000 grafts are needed will take time to 8 hours.
Robot hair transplantation does not require large areas of the scalp to be harvested, and it doesn’t require a linear incision on the back of the head. There is also no linear scar left on the dorsal head.
As individual follicles are extracted, it leaves practically inconspicuous, small puncture scars. For the first couple of days after surgery, there’s hardly any post-surgical pain or discomfort.