Video: Dr. Bernstein Talks Robotic FUE Hair Transplantation On CBS
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June 25th, 2012

Dr. Bernstein was featured in a CBS News report on robotic hair transplantation. In the segment, they discuss the difference between FUT and FUE hair transplants, how the robotic system works, and the benefits of extracting hair follicles using robotic FUE. Read a partial transcript of the piece:
Dr. Bernstein: The [FUE] procedure is very labor intensive and you have to do thousands of these in a single session. Dr. Gomez: Enter the ARTAS robot. It's a sophisticated hair mapping and extraction system. Once the donor area is identified, the robot maps all of the follicles, and then randomly extracts them with a series of punches. It can even tell the angle the hair is growing at to avoid damaging it. Dr. Bernstein: It is much more precise than the human hand. It doesn't tire if you're doing thousands of grafts. It's the same every single time. Dr. Gomez: And here's the result a few weeks later. Even with short hair, the random extraction means it's virtually impossible to tell where the donor hairs came from. Now, the rest of the transplant procedure is pretty much the same as without the robot. That's where the art comes in. Deciding where, how many, how dense, and at what angle the donor hairs are inserted, that's what makes a hair transplant look natural. And a well-done transplant is amazingly natural.
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