Laser Helmet


Laser Helmet Laser helmet therapy brings hair restoration into the comfort of your own home. Ideal for patients tired of alopecia medication or who don’t have the means to undergo hair transplant surgery, laser helmet therapy is extremely effective. It targets and enriches the entire scalp, so no follicle will go unturned.

The Theradome laser helmet is the world’s first and only FDA-approved laser health and restoration device. It uses eighty diode lasers at optimal wavelengths to fortify hair follicles. It blankets the entire hair follicle and directly impacts blood-flow underneath unlike weaker light or laser hair restoration therapies.

Laser helmet therapy is perfect for any level of hair loss. The end result is thicker, stronger, restored hair, all within the walls of your own home. The lasers emitted from the helmet stimulate blood flow, cellular metabolism, protein synthesis, and microcirculation deep throughout the scalp. Needless to say, consistent laser helmet therapy  ensures optimal results without having to undergo surgery or visit the pharmacy.

Typical Minimum Cost of Laser Helmet (based on national averages):
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Typical Maximum Cost of Laser Helmet (based on national averages):
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Time Required for Laser Helmet:
Laser helmet therapy requires 15-45 minutes per session for 18-52 weeks. Time required varies by manufacturer. 

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Is Laser Helmet an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
Laser helmet therapy is mainly administered in your own home.
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What are the Side Effects of Laser Helmet?
Laser helmet therapy has zero side effects.
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How Long do Laser Helmet results last?
Laser helmet therapy requires continued use to maintain results.

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What else can I combine Laser Helmet with?
Rogaine, Propecia, Dutastercide and other hair restoration medication can be used in conjunction with laser helmets. Laser helmet specifications vary by manufacturer. Confirm with a hair loss specialist which medications are safe to use.
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What else is Laser Helmet referred to as?
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