See the future with the ARTAS® Hair Studio
by James Harris, MD March 21, 2016

See the future with the ARTAS Hair Studio

ARTAS robotic hair transplant | innovations in hair restoration

What if you could get an accurate simulation of the future you, post-transplant, with a new head of hair? At HSC we don’t have an H.G. Wells-style time machine, but the new ARTAS Hair Studio is the next best thing. You don’t have to travel through time to see the future you, and there are no Morlock encounters either.

The process is simple. Take 5-6 pictures of you hair and head from multiple angles using your mobile device, and upload them via the ARTAS app in the ITunes store. I will use the ARTAS® Hair Studio technology to create a customized, computerized 3-D simulation of what your post-transplant hair will look like and E-mail them to you. You can also schedule a consultation to discuss the simulation.

The modeling is realistic and entirely based on your own photographs of your head and hair, which can be viewed from any angle once uploaded to the app. I will draw a transplant design, taking into account your individual hairline, distribution densities, graft counts and other factors such as hair length, color, curl, thickness and direction.

People have been dreaming about time travel for centuries, and now you have a portal of sorts. It’s a pretty fascinating technology, and I am one of only a few hair transplant surgeons currently offering this technology so come on in, and let’s see what the future holds.

Get started now by downloading the Artas app.

Learn more about ARTAS® for FUE

Contact my clinic for a consultation or ask me a question about your unique situation and how we might treat it. 


Dr. James A. Harris is an internationally renowned hair transplant surgeon, inventor of patented follicular unit excision technology, published author in the field of hair restoration and an advocate for patient care. Learn more about Dr. Harris or read rave reviews from his patients.


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