The Evolution of Laser Hair Therapy
This non-invasive technology has been used successfully in Europe for over 10 years and is being hailed today in the United States as a major break-through in combating hair loss. Laser Light Therapy was first tested in Europe over fifteen years ago. It was designed to treat diseases of the scalp and skin.
In 1964, Professor Andre Mester began experimenting with the use of low-power laser energy in Budapest, Hungary. He observed that low energy laser exposure has a stimulating effect on the biological system, while high-energy laser exposure had an inhibiting effect.
In his experiments with wound treatment on mice, he noticed rapid healing due to microcirculation of blood supply. This healing was also obvious in laser light treatment of diabetic patients suffering with dystrophic sores. He was amazed to find sores that would not otherwise heal were healed, and he also observed accelerated hair growth and thickening of hair in the treated areas.
Laser Light Therapy
The laser therapy functions on the same scientific principal of that of photo biotherapy; where the laser light stimulates cell metabolism and causes damaged cells to be repaired. This breakthrough technology has recently been featured on national newscasts across the country. Physicians are praising this technology as an effective treatment to combat hair loss.
A Low Level Laser Device used to stop hair loss and re-grow lost hair was recently Time Magazine's Invention of the Year.
Our laser treatment is non-surgical, new and revolutionary. It utilizes therapeutic, low-level laser diodes in the treatment of hair loss as well as other problems of the scalp, and works in harmony with natural hair care products. The result is thicker, healthier hair.
Laser light therapy is not to be confused with the conventional laser. It uses soft (or what is commonly known as cool) lasers, which means there are no thermal components to cut, burn, or vaporize tissue. The use of a soft laser provides a painless treatment experience for the client.