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Laser Hair Loss Treatment


Laser hair restoration has recently emerged as a potentially effective non-surgical treatment to stop hair loss. When used in combination with proven hair loss treatment products such as Propecia® and Rogaine®, laser hair loss treatment has achieved remarkable results. Some patients who have undergone a comprehensive treatment regimen have been able to stop hair loss as well as grow thicker healthier hair. Read on to learn more about in-office and at-home laser hair loss treatments.

Types of Laser Hair Loss Treatment Systems

Below is a list of the different types of laser hair restoration systems that are designed to stop hair loss. During a consultation or laser hair loss treatment, a hair loss specialist can help determine the system best suited to the patient's individual needs.

Laser Luce LDS 100®

The Laser Luce LDS 100® is an effective laser hair loss treatment system that has been shown to stimulate growth in 70 percent of hairs in their resting phase. By increasing blood flow to the scalp, hair follicles are able to absorb more nutrients and grow healthier hair than they were previously.

During treatment, the patient sits beneath a dome shaped apparatus lined with flashing low energy laser lights along the interior. The light energy is absorbed through the skin, where it stimulates the blood supply and deeper tissues of the scalp. Patients generally undergo a series of laser hair restoration treatments to achieve optimal results.

Therapy with the Laser Luce LDS 100® or any laser hair restoration treatment system is commonly combined with other effective hair loss remedies, as a multi-pronged approach has demonstrated far superior results to treatment programs that involve only one type of non-surgical therapy.

Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)

Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) is a general term that describes any sort of phototherapy or laser treatment that does not break the skin. Also called low-power laser, soft laser, or therapeutic laser therapy, LLLT administered to the scalp has been shown to improve the health of existing hair and stimulate new hair growth.

The principles behind laser hair loss treatment are the same as those behind many effective methods of pain reduction and wound and tissue healing. By stimulating the blood supply in the scalp with the appropriate wavelength of light, laser hair restoration therapy enhances cell activity and allows for more nutrients to reach the hair follicles, improving hair growth. Because of its additional skin repairing properties, LLLT may also be used to aid healing of the scalp after hair transplant surgery.

Home Laser Hair Therapy Device – Laser Comb

In addition to in-office laser hair restoration treatment, a hair loss specialist may recommend at-home laser hair loss treatment using a hand-held "laser comb" device. When brushed through the hair and over the scalp, the laser comb administers additional phototherapy to the scalp, to enhance results achieved in the doctor's office.

Many hair loss specialists will also suggest using the laser comb to accelerate healing after the surgical placement of hair transplants. There are a variety of laser combs on the market, and it is suggested that consumers seek the opinions of their physicians before deciding on a model.

Find a Hair Loss Specialist

If you would like to find out if laser hair loss treatment is right for you, it is best to consult with a specialist familiar with all types of hair restoration. A specialist can examine your hair and recommend the treatments that will give you the best results. Locate a hair loss specialist in your area through DocShop today to learn more about the results you can achieve with laser hair restoration treatment.

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