New Robotic Hair Transplant Technology to be Featured on CNET Español

The Hair Transplant Institute of Miami presents the ARTAS® system for FUE hair transplant to CNET Español.
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MIAMI - Oct. 30, 2013 - PRLog -- CNET Español is now live, and the new website aimed at tech-savvy Hispanic Web surfers has already made good on its promise to feature only new and exciting technology news, reviews, and editorials. Last week, the tech news leaders joined the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami for a special look at a new device that promises faster, more comfortable, and more natural-looking hair transplants for both men and women.

Called the ARTAS® System, the new “hair transplant robot" features an array of technologies that make it easier for surgeons to perform surgical hair restoration procedures with unparalleled accuracy, precision, and consistency. According to surgeons, the new technology also has the potential to make hair transplant procedures more appealing to a greater number of men and women.

A Better Patient Experience

It's estimated that over 500 million men suffer with hair loss, while about 20-30 million women likewise suffer with symptoms of thinning, shedding, or balding hair. Many of these individuals choose not to proactively treat their hair loss, however, which can have a significantly negative impact on self-confidence and personal, social, and professional life.

The reasons for avoiding hair restoration are varied, but most stem from a few basic concerns. Most common is the fear that the procedure will produce a "pluggy" transplant that will look worse than bald scalp. Other men and women are concerned with recovery time, fearing that their life will be uncomfortably derailed in the months that follow the procedure. Still others cite pain as a primary concern, worried that the hair transplant procedure will be excruciating. Advocates of the new ARTAS® system say each of these hurdles can be easily cleared with the new hair restoration robot, however.

The ARTAS is the world's most advanced method of follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplant, utilizing high resolution imaging and advanced computations to calculate important metrics up to 50 times per second to ensure only the best hairs are extracted for use during the transplant. And although the robot assists the physician in selecting and extracting the donor hair, each unit is still transplanted by hand. In the end, the procedure produces natural-looking results with almost no sign that a surgery has been performed.

In terms of pain and recovery, the ARTAS system delivers a patient experience of unparalleled quality and comfort. The pain of the procedure is minimal and often described as less painful than a trip to the dentist. And thanks to the system's advanced robotics and proprietary dissection system, donor hairs are extracted in a minimally invasive manner that minimizes scars, produces healthy grafts, and reduces post-op recovery time.

Watch the ARTAS® in Action

Readers are invited to log-on to CNET Español to watch this exclusive in-office demonstration of the revolutionary new ARTAS® system.

To learn more about ARTAS® system procedures in Miami and South Florida, visit the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami at

Hair Transplant Institute of Miami

At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, our team represents South Florida's finest surgeons, registered nurses (RNs), microscopists, and staff. We are committed to proving only the most advanced methods of hair loss diagnoses and treatment, and we hold our patients' comfort, needs, and safety in the highest regard.

To learn more about our Institute, visit or call our clinic directly at toll free 877-443-9070.

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Tags:ARTAS, Robotic Fue, Hair Transplant Robot, hair transplant Miami, Hair Restoration
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