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Treatment for alopecia with laser: By means of laser the hair follicles are stimulated by means of laser, improves the microcirculation of the hair bulb.
It is the laser that is used to stimulate the hair follicle.
The laser transmits an energy that stimulates the vascular irrigation that reaches the hair follicle in such a way that it nourishes the hair bulb better. This stimulation occurs in the anagen phase (phase of hair growth). In the end, it generates thicker and longer hair.
The Hair Laser can be used as a treatment for hair loss (alopecia) in both men and women. The laser can be administered alone or combined with other therapy.
In what types of alopecia does the laser work:
There are multiple lasers that have proven effective in treating alopecia such as: Low Power Hair Laser (also known as Helium Neon Laser)
Secondarily, more oxygen and nutrients reach the hair root (hair bulb).
Yes, it works.
No. The use of laser does not generate pain.
Yes, we offer other types of treatment such as capillary micrograft, platelet rich blood plasma (PRP) or treatment with minoxidil.
My recommendation is that you go to the plastic surgeon’s office.
The laser penetrates up to 10 millimeters into the skin. The 660 nanometer wavelengths penetrate the deep dermis stimulating the hair bulbs.
The mitochondrial process is activated, producing more energy in the form of ATP. This helps stimulate mitosis and cell replication.
In addition, the laser generates a direct effect on the blood vessel by vasodilating it.
No. The laser has no side effects.
It does not generate pain.
During the treatment you will probably feel heat on the scalp and palpitation of the blood vessels.
Laser therapy is applied for 6 sessions.
Each session lasts 10 minutes in the alopecic area. The improvement begins to be observed generally at 40 to 60 days.