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    film The Evolution Of The ARTAS Hair Transplant: Paul Rose, MD, JD - Miami

    As one of the pioneers and one of the most experienced manual FUE surgeons in the United States, the fact that Miami hair transplant surgeon Dr. Paul Rose is such a strong advocate of the ARTAS robotic system speaks volumes. With that said, as the consummate patient advocate that he is he has no problem pointing out some of the robotís current short comings, but indicates that he believes they will be overcome as the technology continues to evolve.


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    still don't completely trust it, unless it's in the hands of an outstanding, reputable surgeon that has a track record of hundreds of good results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayapple View Post
    still don't completely trust it, unless it's in the hands of an outstanding, reputable surgeon that has a track record of hundreds of good results.
    Very honest interview! Hearing information like this actually gives me even more confidence in this technology. One problem that I keep running into when Iím doing my research is when I read about the artas on some other no name doctorís websites, it just seems like all marketing and makes me think twice.

    Look at his one http://www.hairtx.com/hair-transplan...it-extraction/ which looks like it is just filled with glossy marketing BS provided by the company and if you compare this doctorís before and after pictures to any reputable surgeon they are a joke. So I also agree that the robot is probably only as good as the people who operate it. No reputable surgeon displays dark grainy pictures. Maybe they are not even pictures of artas hair transplants?

    Look at these examples. This is what gives me confidence in the technology, but like you said, it might just be that these doctors know what they are doing so the robot works well when they use it. These guys look great, 100% natural and the donors look excellent!

    https://www.baldtruthtalk.com/thread...5-1-886-grafts
    https://www.baldtruthtalk.com/thread...air-Transplant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delphi View Post
    Very honest interview! Hearing information like this actually gives me even more confidence in this technology. One problem that I keep running into when Iím doing my research is when I read about the artas on some other no name doctorís websites, it just seems like all marketing and makes me think twice.

    Look at his one http://www.hairtx.com/hair-transplan...it-extraction/ which looks like it is just filled with glossy marketing BS provided by the company and if you compare this doctorís before and after pictures to any reputable surgeon they are a joke. So I also agree that the robot is probably only as good as the people who operate it. No reputable surgeon displays dark grainy pictures. Maybe they are not even pictures of artas hair transplants?

    Look at these examples. This is what gives me confidence in the technology, but like you said, it might just be that these doctors know what they are doing so the robot works well when they use it. These guys look great, 100% natural and the donors look excellent!

    https://www.baldtruthtalk.com/thread...5-1-886-grafts
    https://www.baldtruthtalk.com/thread...air-Transplant
    Delphi, you inspired me to look up an Artas hair transplant surgeon in my local area and I found these before and after pictures. http://roystoller.com/before-and-after/

    I donít know which ones are with the Artas but all of them are bad.

    This is bad advertising for ARTAS, but Iím sure they will eventually be working with more reputable doctors now that Spencer, Dr. Bauman, Dr. Rose and some other IAHRS doctors are saying the ARTAS is one of the better ways to do FUE.

    Dr. Rose comes across as a very honest and caring doctor like Dr. Bernstein. If they both use it, then they must believe itís better to other types of FUE. Their reputations are too good to risk them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PayDay View Post
    Delphi, you inspired me to look up an Artas hair transplant surgeon in my local area and I found these before and after pictures. http://roystoller.com/before-and-after/

    I donít know which ones are with the Artas but all of them are bad.

    This is bad advertising for ARTAS, but Iím sure they will eventually be working with more reputable doctors now that Spencer, Dr. Bauman, Dr. Rose and some other IAHRS doctors are saying the ARTAS is one of the better ways to do FUE.

    Dr. Rose comes across as a very honest and caring doctor like Dr. Bernstein. If they both use it, then they must believe itís better to other types of FUE. Their reputations are too good to risk them.
    Like I said before, it's only logical that eventually this technology will surpass a human's ability and judging from the IAHRS doctors who actually know how to do FUE by hand, but are now using the artas they believe this too. I was also very skeptical until Spencer started talking about the advancements on his show, but when I see some of the pictures and cheeseball advertising that these no name doctors are using on their websites, I question their intentions. I saw one website where they offer a $500 coupon. I'll see if I can find that. Are they hair transplant surgeons or just business people who got a robot, but don't know anything about hair. If that's true than how can they make good medical decisions for people, like say a Dr. Rose or Dr. Bernstein can? The technology is absolutely fascinating to me, like I think Dr. Berntein said in one of the interviews, he is conservative because it's appropriate. A good hair transplant is based as much on the person being a good candidate and the judgment of the doctor as it is on the technology and I think Dr. Rose makes that clear in this interview.

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