Laser hair rejuvenation treatment
Laser Hair Rejuvenation is a pain free, high technology rotational laser hair stimulation that is clinically and scientifically proven to safely and effectively stimulate cellular metabolism, protein synthesis and promote the repair of damaged cells and weakened hair follicles while increasing blood flow to the hair follicles in the scalp, leading to the cessation of hair loss and the stimulation of hair growth.
What hair problems does it solve?
If you suffer from the following: male pattern hair loss, female hair loss due to hormonal changes or pregnancy, thinning or limp hair, this treatment is suitable for you.
Laser Hair Rejuvenation Treatment is an FDA recognized non-surgical scientific approach to treating hair loss, thinning hair, baldness and problems associated with the scalp.
How does the laser hair rejuvenation works?
The laser hair program involves a select treatment process specific to your condition to take control of your hair loss and re-grow your lost hair. Depending on your condition, the treatment may involve laser therapy, topical solutions, oral medications or a combination of the three. The program is clinically proven to rejuvenate and improve hair growth in more than 85% of the people who follow it.
Hair Life Cycles & Laser Hair Rejuvenation treatment utilizing Rotational Phototherapy
Hair goes through a life cycle from resting (dormant) phase to active (anagen) phase. According to research, Laser Hair Rejuvenation is responsible for inducing dormant hair follicles into the Anagen phase. In fact, the stimulation generates more vitalized, robust hair than follicles can generate on their own.
Our therapy incorporates an integral microscope / camera that clearly shows each new patient the number of dormant hair follicies in a square centimetre than can be put into the anagen phase of growth. This system dramatically demonstrates improvement throughout therapy.
With two 20-minute treatments per week, patients have a nonsurgical, no-risk and safe method for regaining hair. This treatment is commonly combined with traditional medical treatments for even greater effectiveness. Most patients receive six to 12 months of treatments followed by weekly or monthly maintenance treatments.
Hair Loss in Men
Male-pattern baldness (also known as Androgenetic Alopecia) represents about 90% of all hair loss. The hairline recedes over time and forms a characteristic “M” shape pattern of hair loss with thinning at the crown (near the top of the head), progressing to partial or complete baldness.
Hair Loss in Women
Female hair loss usually occurs in more than one pattern. Unlike men, Androgenetic Alopecia usually affects women much later in life. Majority of women have diffusing thinning over all areas of the scalp, with the front temporal hairline remaining intact. Another common type of hair loss is Telogen Effluvium, which occurs 2 – 4 months after childbirth or from acute illness, crashing dieting, physical and emotional stress.