Artas® iX Robotic Hair Restoration has revolutionized the hair transplant industry. If you wanted to restore the thickness of your hair and promote hair growth, you would be required to endure a “Strip Method” surgery involving stitches and scarring. The “Strip” technique removes a section of your scalp in order to prepare hair follicles for transplantation.

Although the Strip Method is a viable option for some hair transplant patients, many are eligible for Artas® iX Robotic Hair Restoration, a less invasive method of hair loss treatment that doesn’t include incisions, stitches, and scarring.

The Artas® iX technology selects only the healthiest hairs for transplantation, and it removes those individual follicles without damaging surrounding follicles. This ensures that the donor area of hair at the back of your head and the transplant area of scalp at the crown of your head both achieve natural-looking and permanent results.

David P. Melamed, MD, is an internationally renowned hair restoration specialist and recognized innovator in both surgical and non-surgical hair restoration. Visit with Dr. Melamed to see if you are a candidate for ARTAS iX hair restoration – Fill out an online form or call (310) 473-1734.

Why Choose the ARTAS iX Robotic Hair Restoration System?

Hair loss is a nationwide concern for the majority of men. By age 35, approximately 65% of American men will notice a degree of thinning hair. By age 50, nearly 85% of all men suffer from significant hair loss.

Did you know that balding can begin as early as puberty! It can be caused by a variety of health and environmental factors like Androgenic Alopecia (male pattern baldness) which is the most common cause. This means that hair follicles are genetically predisposed to be sensitive to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT), and as levels of DHT increase with age, your hair thins, deteriorates, and eventually falls out.

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