LLLT is a recognised international effective form of therapy for hair loss in both men and women.
This form of therapy uses low power lasers in a non-invasive manor on the scalp and beard. Low Level Laser Therapy machines omit a specific wavelength and frequency of light, to enhance hair growth and improve the thickness and fullness of hair. LLLT is now an FDA approved procedure and has a success rate of more than 80%.
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Really happy with my initial consultation with Regina. Regina not only took me through the whole process step by step but crucially she listened to my concerns and was able to be open and honest about what we could achieve with my hair density.
How it works
LLLT delivers low-power lasers to the hair follicles, stimulating cell function and increase the growth phase of the hair cycle.
There is very good scientific evidence that LLLT is effective in improving the thickness and fullness of hair, either as a stand-alone treatment or, even better, as a combination therapy (PRP, finasteride, minoxidil, hair transplant) to achieve the best results as part of a hair loss treatment program as dual or triple therapy acts synergistically.
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Am I suitable for LLLT?
In your first consultation, our specialist will clearly explain your expectations of the laser hair loss therapy treatment and ascertain whether you are suitable for it. At this point, you would also normally be asked to sign a consent form which means that you have understood the future benefits and possible risks associated with the procedure.
Photographs of the area to be treated may also be taken by the practitioner for a “before and after” comparison later.