Follicles from the ARTAS® Robot before and after trimming

ARTAS hair transplant restoration-follicles

This is a photograph of follicles straight from the ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant system, and follicles after they have been properly trimmed and prepared for transplantation.  It is important to recognize that the ARTAS® robot is not like a car wash where you just stick a patient in and *presto* out come the grafts and there you go. Posted in GeneralTagged , , , , ,

Hair Restoration Transplant

Patient had an ARTAS® hair transplant procedure by Dr. Ken Anderson at the Anderson Center for Hair
Clinical History:
Dr. Jacob Lee is a 38 year old physician with diffuse thinning across the frontal forelock area, central bridge, and anterior crown. He desired no linear scar in the donor area.
ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant procedure with platelet-rich plasma with ACell (PRP withACell) performed on August 15, 2014 by Dr.Read more >

Dr. Anderson on eHealth Radio About Laser Hair Regrowth

Can Lasers Regrow My Hair?
Dr. Ken Anderson, double-board certified facial plastic surgeon and Founder of Anderson Hair Sciences Center, located in Atlanta, GA joins eHealth Radio and the Hair Health and Plastic Surgery Information Channels. He is here to discuss low-level laser therapy in hair restoration and regrowth.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr.Read more >

Dudes Have Body Image Issues, Too

By Aimee Shirley
Women’s bodies are everywhere in the media. It seems like you can’t even buy a widget without having a bikini-clad blonde on the label. And you’ll find opinions abounding, from Twitter to Fox News, about the effect this has on our lives.

But we’re leaving out a whole half of our population from this conversation.Read more >

Hair Growth After ARTAS® Robotic Transplant

I am approaching the 3 months mark post ARTAS® robotic (FUE) hair transplant. Should I see more growth?
Q: I had 2,400 grafts in Oct. 2014 to my crown, temples and forelock. Healing exceptionally well: most grafts did not shed, recipient area redness is gone, donor area was undetectable within 10 days. At 1 month follow-up, surgeon stated I was healing better than anyone he had seen. Posted in GeneralTagged , , ,

Is my physician qualified to perform a hair transplant?

What type of Doctor does hair restoration?
In the USA, in order for a person to call themselves a “hair restoration surgeon”, one only needs two things:
​1) A medical license (e.g.: graduate medical school and do one single year of internship in any area of medicine)
​2) The desire to call oneself a “hair restoration surgeon”

​That’s it. Read more >