Clinical Laser Hair Loss Treatment for Men & Women
A very popular hair loss treatment that has been getting a lot of attention recently is Low-Level Laser Hair Therapy.
Also called LLLT, it is a safe FDA approved treatment for both men and women suffering from hair thinning or hair loss caused by androgenetic alopecia, or hereditary pattern baldness. Laser hair therapy can be administered in clinic or in the convenience and privacy of your own home.
What Exactly Is Low Level Laser Hair Therapy for Hair Loss?
Low-level laser hair therapy is sometimes called Light therapy because it uses infra-red laser beams for many types of health conditions. This not only decreases inflammation but increases the body’s blood flow, which helps with hair regrowth.
By shifting hair follicles back to the hair growth phase, it stimulates the metabolic processes necessary for those follicles to produce healthier, fuller hair strands.
Who is a Candidate for This Type of Hair Loss Treatment?
Anyone who suffers androgenetic alopecia, also commonly known as male or female-pattern baldness, can ask about getting a personal treatment for this type of Laser or Light Therapy.
In one study published by Dr. Samia Esmat and her group just last year in Egypt, 45 patients who suffered hair loss were split into three groups, which each group using a different form of hair loss therapy. The first group tried only another therapy, the second went with only LLLT, and the third tried a combination of the branded hair therapy plus LLLT.
The best improved results of hair regrowth came from the group who were treated with a combination therapy. This and other studies showed that Light or Laser therapy is effective, but the process is sped up when combined with other healthy and effective hair loss treatments.
Stopping the Progression of Hair Loss in Men & Women
Many men and women who are experiencing the early signs of androgenetic alopecia choose low level laser hair loss treatment because whether performed at home or in a hair loss specialists’ office, the results are quick and the sessions only last for 20 minutes.
Generally, people set aside time for two to three treatment sessions per week, and after four to five months, significant positive results are noted.
Whether you live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dallas, Texas, or anywhere in between, if you are experiencing the devastating effects of hair loss and would like to learn more about medical wig options available to you, we invite you to consider scheduling a free private, confidential consultation with an experienced hair loss professional near you.