There are so many different options for hair transplants nowadays. What are the difference in Artas and Neograft? Why are they so popular?
Think of the ARTAS as using an electric wrench held by a robot to tighten a loose nut. The Neograft is like using an electric wrench held by a human to tighten a loose nut. A human (doctor) can just as easily tighten the loose nut with a hand held socket wrench. The results are same. It is just more expensive to own a robot.
Despite what you may think, hair transplant surgery is basically taking hair out and relocating to another area.
The skill and expertise required to carry out this task is what sets doctors apart.
There are two general methods in taking out (harvesting) the grafts: (1) FUE and (2) FUT – strip.
The ARTAS and Neograft are just tools that harvest the grafts using the FUE method.
The “options” you mention are pertaining to the TOOLS that doctors use to carry out surgery. The ARTAS system is just a tool that a doctor may use to harvest the hair grafts. The results from ARTAS should be the same as any other type of surgery in the same capable hands.