Click Here!

Talk to someone now. Call us at 610-489-2000

Choosing the Right Technology Critical for Hair Regrowth

Of the three forms of low level laser therapy for the purposes of hair regrowth – laser combs, cosmetic devices, and medical lasers – the medical device is the only FDA-approved laser that assures actual hair regrowth. This device can only be found in medical practices. Spas, salons, and medi-spas cannot acquire this device as it is only sold to medical practitioners. Though all forms of low level laser therapy provide some form of improvement, it is important to identify the results desired and match those expectations with the appropriate device. If the appearance of thicker, fuller hair is a satisfactory result, then an at-home laser comb or scheduled treatments at a spa or salon with a cosmetic laser may be a suitable choice. If genuine hair regrowth is the goal, you should find a facility that uses an FDA-Approved device.

Amazing Clinical Results Promises Hope for Actual Hair Regrowth

The science behind low level laser therapy has been available to the medical community for decades. There has been an established correlation between the exposure of Cool Diode Laser Energy and the recovery of damaged or “sick” cells. Only recently, however, was the principle applied to the properties of dormant or resting hair follicles and the rejuvenating application of laser light on hair regrowth. Initially, devices were introduced to the marketplace with non-regulated and unproven clinical application. But despite a proper clinical evaluation, cosmetic devices were getting people excited. Patients were finding that treatment using low-level laser therapy caused their hair to grow faster; it made their existing hair look fuller. Some even found that they were actually experiencing some degree of hair regrowth as a result of these treatments! However, only in the recent past has a proper clinical evaluation with FDA submission been performed. Through precise engineering and clinical analysis, there are now devices that are FDA-approved for hair regrowth.

Here is a snapshot of some of the results from this controlled, Independent Review Board (IRB) pre-approved clinical trial:

  • Each patient received two weekly treatments lasting approximately 20-minutes each
  • Each patient maintained a regular appointment schedule for 26-weeks (6 months)
  • Phase 1 (After 20 treatments)
    92% success rate measured by a hair count increase of at least 10% new hair. Of those, 60% of patients experienced a minimum of 30% new hair.
  • Phase 2: (After 36 treatments)
    96% success rate measured by a hair count increase of at least 20% new hair. Of those, 88% of patients experienced a minimum of 30% new hair.
  • Phase 3: (After 52 treatments)
    An unprecedented and remarkable 97% success rate measured by a hair count increase of at least 20% new hair. Of those, 77% of patients experienced an increase hair count of at least 51% new hair.

Find out if you qualify for a FREE TREATMENT

Other Services

Cellulite Reduction
Anti-Aging Treatments
Hair Removal
Laser Hair Regrowth
About Staff Editor

The staff editor takes considerable time to review and research each article that is posted on SymphonyLaser.com.

Speak Your Mind