What Downtime is needed with the ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration Procedure?

November 20, 2014 by Sheree Garman No Comment

 

One question we are always asked about hair transplantation is “How long is the “down time” and when could I return to work after my hair transplant?”

3 out of the 4 patients we performed transplants on last week went to work the day after the transplant!  None of the patients took any pain medicine stronger than tylenol following the procedure.

Here are two photographs of patients 5 days after their transplant.  On the first patient the hair has already started to cover the donor site and the ARTAS sites where grafts were taken are barely visible on the back of the scalp.

The second patient had previously had a “strip” procedure 10 years previous and his very prominent scar is noted on the back of his head.  Compare this to the ARTAS graft sites which are barely visible above and beyond the linear scar at 5 days.  Remember – There is NO LINEAR SCAR with the ARTAS procedure.

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1 week after ARTAS Procedure – the hair has already started to cover the donor site and the ARTAS sites where grafts were taken are barely visible on the back of the scalp.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 week after ARTAS Procedure – Patient had a “strip” procedure 10 years previous and his very prominent scar is noted on the back of his head.  Compare this to the ARTAS graft sites which are barely visible above and beyond the linear scar at 5 days. 

 

 

With no downtime, no scarring, natural results and absolute quality control of the hair grafts the ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplantation is the future of hair transplantation and is the LeBeau Clinic is the only location offering this state of the art technology in the entire panhandle.

About Author

Sheree Garman is the Office Manager at LeBeau Clinic. She handles the day to day operations of the clinic and helps keep everything running smoothly. She is a native of Pensacola. When she's not at the office, Sheree enjoys spending time with her husband and two young daughters.
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