Restoration Robotics Inc (NASDAQ:HAIR) reported that the firm showcased the “ARTAS System” at The Annual Meeting of the AAD from February 15 to February 18, 2018 at the San Diego Convention Center. At the meeting, the company intended to host discussion sessions and in-booth presentations with robotic hair restoration professionals. These hair restoration professionals will review some of the latest compelling technical sides of the ARTAS System and highlight why they finalized to include the ARTAS system to the clinics.
On February 16, Dr. Ali Berry of Hamzavi Dermatology were expected to showcase on ARTAS 9x and the reason he included it to his demanding dermatology practice. Dr. Mark Bishara, who is from Paragon Plastic Surgery, was anticipated to present on February 17 and answer questions pertaining his remarkable robotic hair restoration clinics.
On February 18, Dr. Dave Berman was intended to share his experience as an initial adopter of robotic know-how in the aesthetic segment and the role he served as a main researcher for Restoration Robotics.
Ryan Rhodes, the CEO of Restoration Robotics, expressed that they are delighted to further the prominence of the ARTAS System with their imminent presence at the annual event of the American Academy of Dermatology to comprise three hair restoration professionals who look forward to revealing real-world success stories of people. In addition, from a new business perspective, the AAD annual meeting will offer an additional platform for their firm to generate new patient and medical awareness as to what the ARTAS has to provide.
Restoration Robotics marks as a medical device firm commercializing and developing the ARTAS™ System. They consider the ARTAS System is the initial and exclusive physician-assisted system to assist and dissect in the reaping of, follicular units straight from the scalp and establish recipient implant sites utilizing proprietary algorithms. The firm has innovative expertise in image guidance, machine vision, visual serving and robotics, and advancing intuitive interfaces to run these technologies.