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Robotic Hair Transplant Special Offer! 120 THB per graft for a minimum of 1000 grafts THE INNOVATION OF ROBOTIC HAIR TRANSPLANT

If you’re feeling the need to grow more hair, there’s a new technological innovation in town! Robotic Hair Transplant is a sophisticated process which employs state-of-the-art technologies like computers to harvest hair follicles and even a semi-robotic arm that removes and replaces the follicular units. Because each individual’s hairline is unique, a doctor’s skill and execution are vital to achieving a more natural look. This advanced process makes the procedure faster and more accurate at the same time. It is the least invasive method of hair transplanting, meaning that you don’t have to go under the knife and will acquire neither sutures nor scarring. This makes it a surgical procedure with little pain and a fast recovery time.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING A HAIR TRANSPLANT?

Before the FDA approved Robotic Hair Transplant, people were not so lucky. In a traditional hair transplant, follicle units from one part of the body were removed under local anesthesia with tiny punches or whole strips from the back were removed. These were then stitched back up. The harvested follicles were inserted into the scalp in the required area using a micro blade.

HOW IS ROBOTIC HAIR TRANSPLANT BETTER?

The removal of follicle units is the toughest part of the hair transplant. Just this part of the procedure could take multiple sessions of several hours each. Robotic Hair Transplant has sped up this process and managed to make it more accurate as well. The robot also makes it easier to correctly place the follicular unit graft in the targeted area for a natural appearance. This allows doctors to work with a higher quality of hair, resulting in more natural growth of the implanted unit. Being the least invasive of the hair transplant procedures means that you can go back to work the day after you have this procedure done.

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