Robotic-Assisted FUE

Robotic-assisted FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is a hair transplantation technique that involves the use of a robotic arm to extract hair follicles from the donor area. The robotic arm is controlled by a computer program that maps out the patient’s scalp and identifies the best hair follicles to extract. The robotic arm then extracts the hair follicles with a small punch tool, which are then implanted into the recipient area. Robotic-assisted FUE is a newer technique that is gaining popularity due to its precision, speed, and accuracy in extracting hair follicles. It also reduces the risk of human error in the extraction process, making it a preferred choice for some patients.

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