Laser Hair Loss Treatment
What if you could take control of your hair loss condition and make a dramatic difference in your appearance - without the need for topical drugs? What if you could effectively treat your hair loss and stimulate hair growth?
Laser hair treatment has transformed the hair care industry, and has made hair loss a choice rather than an accepted destiny; it helped many men and women restore hair safely and effectively.
Not all hair loss conditions require hair transplant surgery, both men and women experiencing early stages of hair loss may benefit from laser hair treatments.
It’s also clinically-proven to be particularly effective in many men and women when used in a multi-therapeutic setting--which incorporates a recognized treatment plan for hair loss control and prevention.
Benefits of laser hair treatment
Laser hair loss is a revolutionary non-drug treatment option that has been cleared by FDA.
Prior to the introduction of laser hair loss treatment, there were only few drugs on the market - Propecia and minoxidil - approved by the FDA for reversing hair loss (5% for males, 2% for females).
With the advent of laser hair treatment, there’s now an effective, non-topical, non-drug treatment available at an affordable cost.
Is laser hair treatment right for you?
Laser hair loss treatment is geared towards men and women suffering from thinning hair or pattern baldness caused by a hereditary condition.
Hair care specialists determine patients’ candidacy for laser hair treatment using definitive hair loss charts, known as the Norwood-Hamilton Classification (men) and the Ludwig-Savin Scale (women), to explain the varying degrees of hair loss.
How does laser hair treatment work?
Using laser hair treatment, the hair growth cycle comprises of there phases: growth, resting and shedding. Hair loss in androgenetic alopecia depends on a testosterone derivative in the skin, dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Laser hair treatment is believed to increase blood flow in the scalp and promote meyabolism in catagen or telogen follicles, resulting in the production of anagen hair.
Laser hair growth uses photochemical hair growth stimulation to rebalance the biochemical processes that replenish hair follicles by:
- Increasing blood flow to the scalp
- Decreasing inflammation of the scalp
- Stimulating cell metabolism
- Inhibiting the effects of protein-blocking enzymes
Many men and women with hereditary hair loss have chosen to use laser hair treatment for other hair loss severity specifications and have reported successful and satisfactory results.