What is LLLT or Low Level Light Laser Therapy?
Laser Therapy Benefits:
- Increases blood supply by 54% after one treatment.
- Stimulates hair re-growth & help to control and manage hair loss.
- Increases hair tensile strength and overall hair shaft quality.
- Enhances the lasting effects of salon, chemical processes such as colors and perms
- Helps to create the healthiest environment for your hair.
In clinical trials performed by world renowned Dr. Unger, he discoved that:
“97% of patients have had some improvement in hair characteristics, stabilization of hair loss, or hair re-growth.”
Hair re-growth is defined by Dr. Unger and colleagues as an increase of hair count of 11% or more from baseline count.Contact Us Now For A FREE Consultation
Low Level Light Laser Therapy is a proven non-surgical technology using low level light energy to treat and control hair loss and help men and women with fine thin hair. This is a pain free, surgery free, side effect free approach to hair restoration. LLLT uses a cold laser to increase photo-biostimulation. The laser increases protein (ATP) synthesis and micro-circulation to provide an ideal growing enviornment for your hair. Results seen in as little as 6-months.
(L) Laser machine, (R) A patient sits for a treatment
(L) Unhealthy hair & scalp, (R) Healthy hair & scalp
Low Level Laser Therapy Featured on The Doctors
This technology has been seen on many T.V. shows and more recently on the Nashville based show The Doctors hosted by Nashville’s Dr. Travis Stork. During the show, Dr. Zerring illustrated how the new hooded laser emits low level light therapy to “increase cell metabolism to help the hair grow thicker and fuller.”
He explains that low level laser photons irradiate the entire scalp increasing micro-circulation of blood supplies to the hair follicles. This photobioactivating treatment uses a special light source to increase blood flow and follicle microcirculation. This pure red, “soft” laser stimulates the scalp, significantly increasing the number of red corpuscles that deliver life giving oxygen and vital nutrients to the hair bulb. This in turn increases nutrient supply to increase skin repair and hair growth. It also activates the body’s anti-inflammatory repair and regenerative mechanisms which have been shown to significantly increase healing after hair restoration surgery.
Hair follicles that are dormant and not dead can often be rehabilitated. Existing established hair becomes thicker, looks and feels softer and is easier to manage. This wavelength doesn’t burn or damage tissue like the higher wavelength lasers used in surgery to cut or cauterize tissue.
Scientific Measured Benefits of Low Level Light Laser.
View Studies & Articles
- ISHRS Press Release
- TN Health and Wellness - Laser Therapy
- Harvard Study - Mechanisms of Laser Hair
- TN Health and Wellness - Female Hair Loss
- BiPhasic Dose Response in Laser Therapy
- FDA Laser Therapy Approval
- New Laser Study
Professor Andre Mester is considered the father of Laser Biostimulation. In 1967 professor Mester noted that while experimenting with laboratory mice he discovered that low energy laser radiation accelerated healing of wounds and damaged hairs around the wounded area. He noted a rapid increase in the amount of collagen, an increase in micro-circulation, quicker re-growth and thickening of the hairs in the affected area.
In the most recently conducted FDA clinical trials of the device, patients studied were men and women with thinning hair in the scalp area. The patients received two low-level laser light treatments per week over a six month period.
Results Have Shown:
- 100% of men had stabilization of hair loss in frontal and vertex (top of the head) areas
- 84.6% of men had hair re-growth (11% or more from baseline) in the frontal area
- 82.8% of men had hair re-growth (11% or more from baseline) in the vertex area
- 87.5% of women had stabilization of hair loss in the frontal area
- 100% of women had stabilization of hair loss in the vertex area
- 75% of women had hair re-growth (11% or more from baseline) in the frontal area
- 6.4% of women had hair re-growth (11% or more from baseline) in the vertex.
No side effects of low-level laser therapy have been observed and there here have been no reports of eye damage from exposure to low-level laser light,” Dr. Unger adds.
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