June 20, 2016
Both FUE (follicular unit extraction) and robotic transplant are advanced techniques for hair transplant. Both options have differences and similarities; the growth of hair can be restored using robotic and FUE hair transplant. This blog post compares and contrasts manual and robotic hair transplant.
If you want to regrow hair on your thin and bald scalp areas, this topic is for you.
In manual hair transplant using FUE technique, individual hair follicles are extracted from the donor area followed by grafting of individual follicular units. This procedure is performed by a hair transplant surgeon. The same procedure is performed by a machine in a robotic hair transplant.
Most people decide to undergo manual FUE hair transplant due to different reasons.
R-FUE or ARTAS or robotic hair transplant is performed using a specific machine. The working mechanism of this technique is almost the same as FUE. A small part of this procedure is also performed manually but most of the part is done by the robotic machine.
This option also requires shaving of donor area and local anesthesia of donor and recipient sites.
There are elements of similarities and differences in manual and robotic hair transplant treatments. Let’s discuss robotic FUE hair transplant.
One of the main differences is that manual hair transplant is performed by a surgeon while the robotic hair transplant is performed by a machine. As compared to manual hair transplant, there are more limits for robotic hair transplant. Mean to say, only a small number of people can be good candidates for it.
The people with dark and straight hair are good candidates for robotic hair transplant. On the other hand, the people with a variety of hair texture can undergo hair restoration using FUE technique. The diameter of robotic hair restoration is larger than the follicular hair extraction.
So robotic involves a bit more risk of complications. That’s why the treatment site heals earlier in case of FUE.
Our hair restoration experts know how to ensure results through robotic and manual hair transplants. Both options have great advantages and some minor/temporary side effects. Our hair restoration experts know how to make both methods safe and effective.
In the end, we can say that robotic FUE hair transplant is a good option to overcome your thin and bald spots. If you want to regrow hair on bald and thin areas, you should consider this procedure. Got questions? Need answer? Not a problem! Just get in touch with one of our specialists and get your queries answered.
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