Mosaic Clinic Announces Introduction of ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant System Achieving 800 FUE Graft Harvests Per Hour

July 16, 2013

The Hair Transplant: Mosaic Clinic is excited to announce the introduction of the ARTAS Robotic hair transplant system. The system provides more options for people in the Houston area looking for the latest in hair transplant and restoration technology.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) July 16, 2013

As Houston’s premier hair transplant clinic, the Mosaic Clinic has decided to continue to upgrade the services they offer their clients with the ARTAS robotic hair transplant system. The system utilizes state-of-the-art technology that allows a 3-dimensional image guided program with a robotic arm, video imaging and live motion tracking. The ARTAS robotic transplant has allowed the previously labor intensive hair transplant process to be completed with more speed and efficiency.

With the introduction of the ARTAS robotic hair transplant system in their Houston office, the Mosaic Clinic is now able to utilize a technology that some of the top hair transplant doctors around the globe have adopted. The increased speed of the technology can be attributed to the more than 500 grafts per hour that are now able to be dissected.

Like most medical technology, it’s important that it only be trusted in the proper hands. When considering an ARTAS robotic hair transplant procedure, a patient needs to setup a consultation with their doctor. This will not only ensure that they are a good candidate for this hair transplant procedure, but it will also ensure that the Doctor has enough accreditations to be trusted.

The Mosaic Clinic’s Dr. Rashid operates the FUE-only hair transplant center and his expertise is a big reason for the company’s success.

“As a medical doctor with a Ph.D. in Pharmacology, I have completed thousands of grafts with the ARTAS system and have achieved efficiency levels of more than 800 grafts per hour in our Houston offices,” Dr. Rashid continued saying, “ARTAS technology helps me maximize both patient comfort and the success of the final product.”

Comfort levels are a major concern for most people considering a hair transplant procedure. Pain levels vary based on the person, but the invasiveness of the procedure provides the barometer for pain expectancy. The ARTAS system is the latest in minimally invasive hair restoration, and it’s something that attracts many people who have been on the fence about a hair transplant.

About The Mosaic Clinic

The Mosaic Clinic is focused on FUE approaches to hair restoration. Their clients include professional athletes and celebrities who trust in Dr. Rashid’s expertise in hair transplants. Consultations for services can be booked online with the time and date of the customer’s choice and they can also be reached @ 713-234-6789.

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