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      Laser Therapy in Jodhpur


      The good news is that once you detect your hair loss, there are solutions for treatment. If underlying causes have been ruled out, there are a handful of non-surgical, non-invasive options that are proven to work. These include laser therapy, oral prescription medications, and topical solutions. You need to weigh the pros and cons of each treatment and decide which is best for you.

      Laser therapy is a wonderful option to treat hair loss because it has no known side-effects. Capillus laser therapy caps make laser treatment very easy to use because it does not require any user effort and is simple to use at home or on the go – 6 minutes, while you go about your everyday activities. Physicians recommend it to patients because it is easy to comply with instructions for use. It does not require combing, nor applying messy solutions to the scalp. It can be used in combination with other therapies if desired. Whether used in conjunction with hair transplant procedures or prescription hair loss medications, laser hair therapy has the potential to significantly improve the health of the hair follicle, leading to a fuller and more natural looking head of hair.
      Finasteride, commonly marketed under the brand name Propecia, is an oral medication that has been proven to restore hair. This medication is only approved by the FDA for use by men because of the risk of birth defects to childbearing mothers. Finasteride has been reported to cause a variety of side-effects, from sexual to swelling, dizziness, and may cause a decrease in blood prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels that can affect PSA blood test results used to detect prostate cancer. The sexual side effects of finasteride (decreased libido, trouble having an erection, ejaculation problems) may continue after you stop taking this medication. If you have concerns about these side effects, finasteride may not be right for you.

      There are also topical foams such as Minoxidil which have shown success in restoring hairs. This drug is commonly marketed under brand Rogaine. Side-effects of minoxidil include scalp irritation, dizziness, and unwanted hair growth on the face. This solution does require a certain level of commitment as it needs to be done on a daily basis, twice per day on clean, dry hair and cannot wash hair for 4 hours after. It can also stain hats and bedding if not fully dry.

      Low-level Laser Therapy for Treatment of Hair loss


      Low-level light treatment is an option that has been used for those who are suffering from male & female pattern hair loss. Laser red light has been shown to be effective in stimulating and energizing the cells within the hair follicle.

      In 1966, Hungarian physician Endre Mester first published an experiment in which he observed accelerated hair growth in rats treated with laser therapy, making alopecia the first legitimate therapeutic indication for laser therapy. Recently LLLT (low-level laser treatment) has gained acceptance in treating hair loss as evidence from clinical trials and successful patient cases have validated the therapy.

      Though it has been used for over a decade… in the last few years, low-level light therapy has finally gained mass acceptance by the foremost physicians in the field of hair restoration, including world-renowned physicians who are both leaders and members of prestigious industry organizations such as the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery and the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.

      Low-level 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 major adverse side effects. Each of these applications is based on the biological effects of photobiomodulation in living organisms.

      Low-level light therapy was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2007 for the treatment of mild to moderate male pattern hair loss for a laser comb device designed to re-grow hair. The problem with a laser comb device is that it is not practical in application, which leads to improper adherence of instructions for use and thus less than optimal results in non-clinical use. The emergence of the Capillus laser therapy cap revolutionized the use of laser – making patient compliance and application easy.

      LLLT for hair loss using red light lasers has been reported to:

      • Increase cell metabolism and the health of blood vessels in the scalp for thicker, supple and more durable hair shafts
      • Stimulate the sebaceous glands for silkier-looking hair
      • Increase melanin production in the hair follicles, darkening gray hairs.

      Frequently Asked Questions

      What is LLLT?

      LLLT is an acronym for Low Level Light Therapy. This refers to a therapy that utilizes laser or light energy below a specific energy threshold and within a specific wavelength. Light sources used for LLLT may include laser and LED devices. Laser devices used for LLLT are also referred to as cold lasers. LLLT devices produce no heat, are safe and cannot burn or injure the skin.

      How does LLLT work?

      Multiple clinical studies have shown the effectiveness of Low—Level Light Therapy in promoting hair growth in men and women with androgenetic alopecia. The exact mechanism is not fully understood, but the most recent research has identified that LLLT is absorbed into the cells, triggering enhanced cellular activity. In other words, the theory is that LLLT makes aging cells more active, thereby increasing their effectiveness in hair growth.

      How does wavelength affect LLLT for hair loss treatment?

      It is important to use light within the recommended wavelength for laser hair treatment. Research studies suggest the most effective wavelength for hair growth is between 650—670nm. This wavelength has the most efficient and effective absorption that is essential for hair growth.

      Do all LLLT devices use laser and LED together?

      Most LLLT devices use either LEDs or Lasers. LED light doesn’t penetrate to the hair follicle level and is also diffused hence not that effective. All the top clinical research and reports done on LLLT show that true laser diodes are much more effective. Many helmet type devices use combination of LED and Laser and this can decrease the power and effectiveness of the devices. LED diodes are much more cheaper than laser diodes – hence companies use LED to reduce cost. But you must ensure that you choose true laser diode device for good results.

      Will all laser and light devices provide equivalent results on the scalp?No. Not all devices have the same power and energy output, and therefore, will not yield the same results. Many devices only cover a limited area. Most of these devices require the user to manually move a hand-held comb or brush repeatedly over the scalp for 10-20 minutes at a time. This is tiresome and does not provide consistent application of the light. Some helmet devices are too difficult to use, bulky, not portable and most importantly may not have true laser diodes. So, ease of use and optimal power is important to get good results and not all devices are made the same.

      At what age is it safe to start LLLT?

      LLLT is effective in men and women ages 18 and older. Please consult your physician if you are under the age of 18.

      Can LLLT be used after transplant surgery?

      Yes. LLLT can be used immediately after transplant surgery. Doctors have reported that using LLLT can help stimulate healing of the wounds, and improve transplant results in hair loss patients. In fact, hair transplant surgeons worldwide have chosen to use the LLLT to improve results. Anecdotal reports have shown that LLLT sessions immediately following surgery decrease the recovery time in hair transplant patients, and increases hair thickness. Consult with your transplant surgeon for more information.

      Are all LLLT devices safe to use after transplant surgery?

      No. After transplant surgery, it is important that your scalp does not come into direct contact with any foreign object. Many devices use teeth or spikes that are studded with a laser. You should not use such devices as they will damage your transplant. Instead, use a device that covers the entire scalp but does not directly touch the scalp.

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      Hair Transplant

      I was suffering from hairfall problem for quite a long time and had visited many doctors for treatment of my hairs. But no treatment was effective and this had reduced my confidence. But thanks to Dr. Aggarwal and his treatment against hair problems, I have regained my visual appearance and also my lost confidence. The hair transplant surgery he performed was highly successful. I will be thankful to him for performing successful hair transplantation and that too on affordable prices. I can definitely say he provides the best Hair Transplant in Jodhpur.

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      Face Lifting

      I thank Dr. Aggarwal whole heartedly for successfully performing face lifting surgery on me and helping me in regaining my youth. Due to many problems, my face had become dull and my features were not as sharp as they used to be. But after the surgery, my face was as young as it used to be and all my features have regained their sharpness. I feel young again and my visual appearance has improved. I would recommend Dr. Aggarwal to all of the ladies who want to regain their beauty and youth.

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