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Capillus laser therapy is a physician-recommended, FDA-cleared treatment that has been clinically proved to regenerate thinning hair and prevent further development of hair loss due to androgenetic alopecia. Capillus laser therapy is available in the United States and Canada (pattern balding). Capillus laser treatment caps employ safe, low-level lasers to stimulate, excite, and regenerate cells within the hair follicle, resulting in thicker, healthier hair after only 6 minutes of usage each day, according to the company.


Low-level light therapy is a therapeutic option that has been utilized to treat both male and female pattern hair loss in some cases. In studies, it has been demonstrated that laser red light is useful in activating and energizing the cells within the hair follicle.

Laser therapy is a science that has been around for a long time.

When the Hungarian physician Endre Mester published the results of an experiment in which he saw increased hair growth in rats treated with laser treatment, it was the first time that laser therapy had been approved as a genuine therapeutic indication for alopecia. Because of data from clinical trials and successful patient cases, LLLT (low-level laser therapy) has recently acquired acceptability in the treatment of hair loss.

Despite the fact that it has been in use for more than a decade… Since its introduction a few years ago, low-level light therapy has gained widespread acceptance among the world's leading hair restoration surgeons, including those who are both leaders and members of prestigious industry organizations such as the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery (ABHRS) and the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).

Low-level light therapy (LLLT) has been used to treat a variety of medical illnesses since the 1960s, including alopecia, chronic ulcers, and chronic pain, as well as migraines, musculoskeletal discomfort, and neuropathic pain, all without causing significant side effects. These applications are based on the biological effects of photobiomodulation in live creatures, which are described in detail below. Pain, inflammation, and edema can be reduced and tissue damage prevented by using low levels of visible or near-infrared (NIR) light. This has been known for nearly forty years since the invention of lasers1, with the use of low levels of visible or near-infrared (NIR) light for wound healing, deeper tissue and nerve healing, and preventing tissue damage.

A wide range of medical specialties have adapted the science of phototherapy utilizing low-power lasers to their respective fields of practice, including:

  • Physical therapists are trained to treat a wide range of acute and chronic musculoskeletal aches and pains in both adults and children.
  • Doctors of dentistry (Dentists): to treat irritated oral tissues and to repair various ulcerations.
  • Dermatologists are used to treat edema, non-healing ulcers, burns, and dermatitis, among other conditions.
  • Orthopedists are trained to reduce pain while also treating chronic inflammation and autoimmune illnesses, among other things.
  • Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics in
  • Veterinary Medicine: to minimize swelling and hematoma, alleviate discomfort, enhance mobility, and treat acute soft-tissue injuries in animals and humans.


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