Laser Hair Therapy – LLLT Hair Loss Treatment

Low Level Laser Hair Therapy – Save, Effective, FDA Approved – Hair Loss Treatment & Management

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FDA Cleared Non-Surgical Treatment for Hair Loss

Laser Hair Therapy Hair Loss Treatment

Low Level Laser Hair Therapy (LLLT) has been shown in numerous clinical studies to be an effective, safe method of treating and managing hair loss and thinning hair.

FDA cleared, low level laser therapy can effectively help stop and manage hair loss for men and women, regardless of hair type, experiencing early hair loss caused by Androgenic Alopecia (genetic pattern baldness).

Low Level Laser Hair Therapy treatments are provided by means of a device which delivers therapeutic soft low level light lasers directly to the scalp, working to increase blood flow to the hair follicles and scalp, resulting in increased levels of oxygen and nutrients.

With laser hair therapy, it is possible to stop or significantly slow the progression of hair loss and thinning hair and regain the appearance of thicker, fuller, more healthy-looking hair.

The Benefits of Low-Level Laser Hair Therapy for Treating Hair Loss & Thinning Hair

Low level laser hair therapy offers numerous benefits including:

  • lllt low level laser hair loss regrowth treatmentA 54% increase of blood supply to the scalp after one treatment.
  • Overall stimulation of the hair follicles in the treated area.
  • Stopping the progression of hair loss in 85% of patients in clinical studies.
  • Fuller, shinier, softer, thicker hair.
  • Increased hair elasticity and strength.
  • Reduction of damage to hair caused by chemical services.
  • For post-operative hair transplant patients, LLLT laser treatment has been shown to be beneficial in helping newly transplanted hair thrive and shorten the healing process.

Safe, Convenient Hair Loss Treatment

Both men and women who are just beginning to experience hair loss and thinning hair (Norwood 1-3) are the best candidates for successful low level laser hair loss treatment.

The type of laser light used in low level laser hair therapy is classified as a Class IIIa cosmetic laser and meets all international safety standards and governmental specifications for “non-significant risk.” Laser hair therapy treatments are also convenient with both in-clinic as well as at-home options available, allowing you to undergo treatment in the privacy of your own home and on your own schedule.

How Soon Can I Expect to See Results?

The appearance of reduction of hair loss usually occurs after 12 to 18 treatments. Some patients and clients have also indicated that they have also begun to see signs of hair regrowth after 24-36 treatments. Laser treatments have also been shown to be especially effective for many men and women when used in combination with certain topical hair loss treatment products such as Finasteride and related medications classified as 5-alpha reductase inhibitors. We encourage you to speak directly with your local hair restoration and hair loss treatment specialist who can help you find the most appropriate hair loss treatment for your individual situation.

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What is Low-Level Laser Light?

Low level laser light is compressed light of a wavelength from the cold, red part of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. It is different from natural light in that it is one precise color; it is coherent (it travels in a straight line), monochromatic (a single wavelength) and columnated (it concentrates its beam in a defined location or spot).

For many years, leading hair restoration clinics and salons around the world have been using ‘cold-beam’ laser technology for individuals suffering from problem hair conditions.

The Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) works by increasing blood flow to the scalp and hair follicles, encouraging hair volume and healthier looking hair.

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