Restoration Robotics Launches Master Class for ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration
Restoration Robotics has launched a new Master Class Series for its ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration System to train physicians on best practices and the most up-to-date techniques. The Master Class Series includes live demonstrations, hands-on training and covers multiple topics, such as technical aspects of robotic surgery, overcoming challenges of hairline design, and donor and recipient site planning.
Robert M. Bernstein, MD, clinical professor of dermatology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University and founder of Bernstein Medical Center for Hair Restoration in New York City led the first class. “It has been a privilege to lead and develop the first Master Class on Robotic Hair Transplantation with Restoration Robotics,” he said. “Through the in-depth training, we provided new ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration surgeons with the technical knowledge and hands-on experience to improve their skills using the system.”
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