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System ARTAS Motorized Handheld Tools / Manually Handheld Tools
Motorized handheld tool
ARTAS Hair Studio® Technology
3D photograph-based simulation of your potential results. During your consultation, your physician will work to design your aesthetic plan and illustrate different options with your direct input. Nothing available / Nothing available
Donor Area Analysis
Intelligent algorithms identify and select the optimal hairs for harvesting
Targeted graft selection
Uniformly harvested donor area

NONE. No automated safeguards to track previous dissection sites. Hair direction, angle, spacing and depth must be estimated visually by the operator.

Harvesting Method
Image guided robotic alignment for precise graft dissection unmatched by human manual techniques:

Graft quality remains consistent throughout the procedure
The thousandth graft is the same quality as the first, as human fatigue is not a factor
The ARTAS Robotic System monitors and updates parameters of each follicular unit 60 times per second
Motorized handheld harvesting tool.*
All harvesting is performed by punching out hairs by hand one at a time.Inconsistent and Variable Manual Results

Using a manual handheld punch is extremely demanding, fatiguing and tiring. It is difficult and requires a high level of eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity
Typically a clinician manually punches out thousands of grafts by hand
Detailed analysis of graft characteristics is extremely difficult with the human eye
User Interface
High resolution digital imaging provides unparalleled visual detail of the donor area

Exceptional control of parameters such as spacing between harvests, graft dissection depth and hair angles to yield robust and viable grafts
NONE. The handheld technique depends entirely on human eye-hand coordination. Risks include human error and a high degree of human fatigue.
Punch Type
Patent Blunt Dissection Technique designed to produce minimal scarring and viable grafts. Uses sharp punch result in a greater risk of damage and transection (cutting a healthy graft rendering it unusable).
Suction / Vacuum
Utilizes suction and vacuum only during dissection process. The graft elevates above the scalp for ease of forceps extraction. Utilizes continuous suction / vacuum to extract and transport the graft into a storage vial. This may cause the graft to dry out and cause desiccation**
Digital Mapping
Digital Mapping Real-time 3D analysis that provides accurate mapping and calculations of critical hair follicle characteristics necessary for successful graft dissection. NONE. Information is limited to what can be interpreted by a clinician wearing magnification glasses.
Recipient Site Making
Recipient site making using intelligent algorithms

Creates the ideal hair pattern for the optimal outcome
Avoids damaging pre-existing, healthy hairs
Delivers the ARTAS Hair Studio® treatment design to the robot for implementation under physician supervision
A surgical blade is typically used manually by a clinician. Manual results may be inconsistent.

A handheld scalpel blade or modified razor blade is used to create hundreds to thousands of recipient sites
Relies on the human eye and magnification glasses
Difficult to avoid damaging pre-existing healthy hairs
Using a blade is extremely demanding, fatiguing and tiring. It is difficult and requires a high level of eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity
Repetitive manual tasks lose consistency and quality over time

Are you willing to risk your outcome?
Choose ARTAS – Accept No Substitutes.


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