Laser Hair Loss Treatment:
Frequently Asked Questions
What causes hair loss and baldness?
The primary factors are Genetic and Hormonal but also Medications, Post-partum changes, Stress, Menopausal changes and Diet may influence hair growth and hair loss.
Is the device and treatment safe?
Yes. Laser Hair Therapy meets all international safety standards and legislative specifications of a “non-significant risk” product. There have been no side effects of the treatment reported and to give you an idea to what extent our treatment method has been used, an average example is from treatment centers in Finland where specialist have been offering the laser hair treatments for 11 years and during that period performed over 20.000 laser procedures, each without any side effects.
When should I start having laser treatment?
The earlier you start the laser treatment the better, the later you try to do something about your hair loss the less chance there is of reversing the problem.
How long is each treatment?
Fifteen minute treatments spread over a 6-12 month treatment program. There is an initial intensive treatment period. Thereafter, depending on your condition, treatment is usually once a month.
How soon will I see results?
Reduction of hair loss usually occurs after 5-6 treatments. Some patients also experienced hair growth after 10-12 treatments. Over time, all users – men and women – usually notice progressively increasing benefits of the treatment program.
What results may I expect?
Individual results may vary but thicker hair with reduction or complete stop of hair loss, improved hair appearance and texture is the first sign of the treatment effect. Many patients experience hair growth in previously thin and bald areas.
Can I use laser with other treatments?
Yes. Although your laser therapy can replace other treatments your Doctor, Trichologist or Laserologist™ may most likely advice you to continue using other treatments you’ve already started. The laser treatment may work as a compliment to their effectiveness. Baldness and hair loss derives from a number of biological factors and we encourage a multi-treatment approach.