Hair Loss Treatment
Causes of hair loss
It’s normal to lose hair. We can lose between 50 and 100 hairs a day, often without noticing.
Some types of hair loss are permanent, like male and female pattern baldness. This type of hair loss usually runs in the family.
- an illness
- weight loss
- iron deficiency
- Common balding (androgenetic alopecia)
- Alopecia areata
- cancer treatment
- thyroid disease
When it comes to treating hair loss, we offer a range of service
Hair Loss Therapy
Hair Loss Therapy for hair loss is non invasive treatment that uses Plasma. Plasma is a 100% natural procedure that uses the body’s own growth factors to stimulate follicles and encourage new hair growth.In the case of hair loss, the plasma prompt inactive or newly implanted hair follicles to enter an active growth phase, causing the hair to start growing again.
To begin, blood will be drawn from your arm (just has if you were to get a blood test done) the tube containing the patient’s blood is then placed into a centrifuge and spun to separate the plasma.
Hair Loss Therapy treatment can tackle both male/female pattern baldness and alopecia as it encourages the growth of existing hair follicles, making your hair appear fuller and healthier without resorting to surgery. It is therefore the most natural way to stimulate hair growth.
Low Level Laser Therapy
low-level laser therapy (or LLLT), uses clinical-strength laser technology to treat hair loss and thinning hair for both men and women. LLLT uses non-invasive, pain-free light technology to stimulate hair follicles and scientifically induce regrowth of thicker, fuller hair. It is a great add on with Hair Loss treatments.
NOTE:Individual Results May Vary
It is recommended not to touch or wash or apply anything to the areas for 12 hours.
Hair Loss Therapy can take anywhere from three to six month depending on the severity of your hair loss. Usually, 3-6 treatments are required for best results and maintenance is recommended.
Since it is a non-surgical procedure, healing and recovery are virtually non-existent. Most patients are able to return to work the next day.