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Laser therapy: a recognized science

Although it has been used for more than a decade ... in recent years, low-level light therapy has finally won the acceptance of the most outstanding doctors in the field of hair restoration, including renowned doctors Worldwide they are the leaders and members of prestigious organizations in the industry, such as the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery and the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.

Low intensity light therapy (LLLT) has been used since the 1960s to treat various medical conditions such as alopecia, chronic ulcers and chronic pain, headaches, musculoskeletal, and neuropathic pain without adverse side effects . Each of these applications is based on the biological effects of photobiomodulation in living organisms.

The use of low levels of visible light or near infrared (NIR) to reduce pain, inflammation and edema, acceleration in the healing of wounds, deeper tissues and nerves, and prevention of damage to tissues, are known since the invention of lasers, forty years ago.
 
LLLT and the treatment of hair loss.
Low intensity light therapy for the treatment of mild to moderate hair loss in men was first approved by the FDA in 2007.
 
LLLT increases cellular metabolism and the health of blood vessels in the scalp to achieve thicker, more flexible and more durable follicles:

- Stimulates the sebaceous glands for a silky look of the hair
- Increases the production of melanin in the hair follicles, darkening gray hair

In recent years, hair restoration has been a field of leadership in which the application of LLBI technologies has allowed physicians to improve patient outcomes. Whether used in conjunction with hair transplant procedures or with prescription drugs for hair loss, laser hair treatment has the potential to significantly improve the health of the hair follicle, leading to denser hair and with a more natural look.

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