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Local Boston Hair Transplantation Clinic Redefines Cosmetic Hair Restoration With Breakthrough, Artificial Technology

Boston Robotic Hair Restoration announces the most advanced robotic hair transplantation clinic in the greater Boston area. Gone are the days of painful hair transplant procedures. Boston Robotic Hair Restoration offers the newest, state-of-the-art technology. The ARTAS® iX Robotic Hair Restoration System is the only robotic intelligent solution to offer a minimally invasive procedure. With the ARTAS® iX robotics, patients no longer need to undergo the surgical knife in order to achieve natural hair restoration results.

“Our patients are surprised to discover they have no downtime the day after the ARTAS® procedure. Traditional hair transplantation by Strip Surgery is a 30-year-old technique that cannot compare to the precision, accuracy, and reproducibility of the ARTAS® Hair Restoration System,” said Doctor Lars Boman, from Boston Robotic Hair Restoration. “Doctors can now use artificial technology as the tool for minimally invasive hair transplant procedures. You no longer need to put yourself through serious pain in order to achieve natural hair restoration.”

The ARTAS® Robotic Hair Transplant system is the most advanced, FUE hair transplant medical procedure. This FDA-approved technology offers natural hair restoration results in just one session. The ARTAS® iX System is equipped with a 3-camera stereoscopic vision system with 44-micron resolution and a 7-axis robot. With this latest artificial technology, the Doctor using the ARTAS® robot is able to give patients the best minimally invasive hair restoration experience.

“FUT transplants are pretty well known in the public’s mind as a painful experience. They involve relocating hair from a strip of skin from the back of a patient's’ scalp to the recipient area.” said Doctor Clifford Gluck of Boston Robot Hair Restoration. “The ARTAS® robotic hair transplant procedure we offer is much more advanced. You don’t need to take time off from work or take any pain medications after the procedure. It’s all thanks to the amazing advanced robotics.”

Doctor Lars Boman and Doctor Clifford Gluck are partners bringing this revolutionary medical procedure to New England. In a consultation, the doctor discusses goals, options, and best plan for your hair restoration. Patients are able to clearly understand their customized results before committing to the actual procedure. On the procedure day, the ARTAS® Robotic System identifies the best hairs to be harvested, perfectly spaced so as to be nearly invisible with no long linear scar afterwards. The hair is transplanted into the thinning areas, with results seen as early as 6 months.

“We have helped people in the greater Boston area achieve natural hair restoration,” said Doctor Lars Boman. “Our clients find they get back their confidence after their procedure.”
For those interested in learning more about Boston Robotic Hair Restoration or ARTAS®, visit or call 857.233.2526 to schedule a consultation.

About Doctor Lars Boman, M.D.

Doctor Boman is board-certified by the American College of Surgeons, having earned his medical degree at the State University of New York at Buffalo, and completing a five-year surgical residency at the University Hospitals of Buffalo, being appointed Chief Resident. With a practice of over 19,000 patients and 30 years of surgical experience, Doctor Boman is specialized in FUE hair restoration. Doctor Boman is an accomplished robotic surgeon, dedicated to restorative health services for both men and women. Doctor Boman is a founding partner of the most advanced Robotic Hair Restoration Center in New England – using the ARTAS® iX for follicular unit extraction (FUE).

About Doctor Clifford D Gluck M.D. FACS

Doctor Gluck holds degrees from Stanford University, the UCLA School of Medicine, and Harvard University. With over 30 years of experience in private practice and countless successful procedures, Doctor Clifford Gluck is one of Massachusetts top surgeons. As a specialist in robotics and hair restoration, Doctor Gluck possesses the unique skill set to expertly diagnose and advise patients with both conservative and complex treatment plans. His medical focus includes rejuvenating the body and mind through highly specialized wellness and robotic procedures. For over 15 years, Doctor Gluck has performed highly skilled medical procedures including Robotic Prostatectomy, Robotic Nephrectomy, and High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU). Doctor Gluck is specialized in FUE hair restoration and also performs and teaches Robotics’ surgery all over the country, ensuring his patients receive exceptional care. Doctor Gluck is a founding partner of the most advanced Robotic Hair Restoration Center in New England, home of the ARTAS® iX Robot.

About Boston Robotic Hair Restoration

Boston Robotic Hair Restoration is the leading and most advanced robotic hair transplantation clinic in New England. Boston Robotic Hair Restoration is home to the first ARTAS® iX Robotic Hair Restoration System in Boston. The ARTAS® iX Robotic Hair Restoration System is the only robotic intelligent solution to offer minimally invasive hair transplant technology in one machine. Doctor Boman and Doctor Gluck each bring over 15 years of transformative Age Management Medicine experience. Boston Robotic Hair Restoration is located in two Massachusetts locations. Visit us in Boston, at 15 Broad St #801, Boston MA or in Hingham, at 72 Sharp Street A10, Hingham MA.

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