When treating hair loss with laser light therapy, the laser rays are applied directly to the scalp by a device that stimulates the blood. It’s been said that the lasers work by converting Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) to Adenosine Diphosphate (ADP). This change releases energy that causes cellular metabolic changes.
The devices used for laser treatment have a similar appearance to hood hair dryers and are placed over the top of your head. The low-level laser will then rotate and disperse the laser rays over the scalp. This will promote healthy hair growth, though it’s important to note it’s not the same as the regrowth of miniaturized hairs brought on by genetic female hair loss or male pattern baldness.
Throughout this process, there are additional nutrients and oxygen, which are delivered to the scalp. This action helps these normal chemical processes that are performed by these cells that increases the blood circulation. When applied directly to the hair and scalp laser have the ability to improve overall hair quality, promote hair growth, and increase hair shaft diameter.
If you’re interested in learning more about laser hair restoration therapy, place your questions and concerns in the uniquely qualified hands of a board-certified plastic and cosmetic surgeon Dr. Roche. He is one of the few double board certified surgeons in Southeast Michigan that is dedicated to staying on top of technology and procedures. With over 30 years of experience in cosmetic surgery, he is skilled in various surgical and non-surgical procedures such as fat grafting, laser skin resurfacing and so much more. Contact us today to get more information.