Low-Level Laser Therapy

Low Level Laser Therapy

Effective Hair Loss Treatment. FDA approved and has no side effects.

Searching for the best solution to your hair loss problem? You must have been probably heard of hair tonics, hair regrowth medication, hair grower shampoos and hair transplant procedures as your only options.

But, have you ever heard of Low-Level Laser Therapy or LLLT? Okay, lower that raised eyebrow down. You heard that right – laser as a therapy and treatment for your hair loss woes.

If you are among the statistics of 70% of men or 30% of women who are experiencing hair loss, scouring for the best possible answer to your condition is probably your life’s quest. You undoubtedly understand and feel that experiencing hair loss is frustrating and depressing. It does not matter if you are a man or a woman; hair is a person’s crowning glory, after all.

And when you lose this, you face the world bowing down feeling embarrassed of a rather thinning or balding head. It does dampen your confidence. Women most of the time feel less beautiful with their thinning hair. While men, on the other hand, get their egos squashed with the perceived loss of virility because of their balding head.

Among the most common hair loss treatment prescribed are medication therapies like Minoxidil and Finasteride and the surgical hair transplant procedure. Medication therapy, while very effective, can be arduous considering the amount of dedication you need to consider in terms of in-take or application.

Hair transplant procedure, on the other hand, can be intimidating to think about mainly because it is an invasive procedure and a lot of people are not as comfortable with going under the knife. And certainly, using wigs could definitely be out of the question for you.

Come In To The Light

Low Laser Light Therapy is an excellent hair loss treatment for those who are uncertain about going for an invasive hair transplant procedure or have adverse reactions to medical treatments like Minoxidil and Finasteride. LLLT is a non-invasive and painless hair restoration procedure that uses a device with diodes that emit red light or cool laser to stimulate hair growth.

This phototherapy works as the laser light targets the tissue molecules of the treated area of the scalp. Once the light energy is absorbed into the cells, the process of cell repair starts to activate. This response triggers a biological effect on the targeted are and surrounding tissue.

Hair loss is triggered by an overproduction of dihydrotestosterone or DHT, which shrinks the hair follicles causing the hair growth to become thin until it eventually shuts close. Low Laser Light Therapy increases the blood flow in the scalp and prevents the excessive build-up of DHT.

The Best Candidates

The LLLT is suited for anyone who is experiencing any form of hair loss. So, it is a treatment that can be performed for both men and women. This is also an extremely great alternative especially for women who have thinning hair or showing signs of balding. Considering most hair loss treatments are targeted for males, this is a solution that women can definitely benefit from.

It is worthy to note, however, that effective results are found among those who are suffering with minimal to moderate hair growth. If you are one of those who are just showing signs of hair loss, you can start your treatment using this procedure.

The Relaxing Low Light Laser Experience

A great thing about this treatment is that it can actually be quite relaxing. You do not need to have any pre-operative preparations before going to the clinic like getting a hair transplant procedure.

You come to the doctor’s clinic and sit under the low laser light device, which may resemble like a futuristic helmet, for about a maximum period of 25 to 30 minutes. That’s it! While you are having your treatment, you can enjoy watching a movie or read a book while you are at it.

You, however, may need to come back to the doctor’s clinic for several sessions. So, it is not a one-time fix for treating your hair loss. Initially, you may need to go on for three sessions per week and gradually come back for a once a week maintenance. The frequency and number of LLLT sessions that you need to undergo depends on your condition and will be determined by your doctor during your consultation.

Your Hair Result

Just with any other hair loss treatment, the Low Laser Light Therapy does not provide instant hair regrowth. It will take time for you see a noticeable change and regrowth in your scalp. You may be able to see results after 12 to 30 weeks of using the therapy with a much fuller, softer and thicker hair.

The Renewal Aesthetic Clinic in Singapore offers a number of hair loss treatments, which include Low Laser Light Therapy. If you want to know how LLLT can help you regain your confidence back with a new head of hair, you may schedule a no obligation consultation with Dr. Tyng Tan to discuss your treatment options.

What is great about Low Laser Light Therapy is that it requires minimal time commitment, has no reported adverse side effects and is relatively inexpensive. For these reasons alone, plus knowing that you will grow a new set of thicker hair, it is a reassuring thought you can indeed hold your head up high with much confidence without worrying about a thinning or a balding head of hair.

Setup your no-obligation consultation with Dr Tyng Tan to see if Low Level Laser Therapy is is right for you!

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This website is intended to provide you with general information only. This information is not a substitute for advice from our aesthetic doctor and does not contain all the known facts about this procedure or every possible side effect of Treatment. It is important that you speak to our aesthetic doctor before deciding to undergo the treatment.

At the time of your consultation one of our medical practitioner will provide you information regarding your procedures.