Robotic hair transplant is performed using the ARTAS system. The system allows for harvesting hair from the donor area of patients using the Follicular Unit Extraction method (r-FUE). The surgeon plans the hairline and then marks the donor area on the back and sides of the scalp. The patient is placed in a sitting position with the face put over a donut shaped pillow for maximum stability. A tensioner is placed over the donor area to stabilize the skin during the harvesting portion. ARTAS cameras capture microscopic images of the follicular units and an image-guided robotic arm extracts the hair follicles while the doctor makes necessary adjustments to properly harvest the grafts.