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What is the Success Rate for Theradome and Its Results for Hair Regrowth?

Success Rate for Theradome - What Kind of Results Should You Expect?

Hair loss occurs over a prolonged period of time and the process of hair restoration takes time. Individual results differ based on various factors, but here are some suggestions that you may find useful: 

  1. Before and after pictures are important to track your progress.
  2. Hair loss is associated with Fungus and inflammation. It's extremely important to incorporate a regimen of anti-fungal shampoos as you undergo laser phototherapy.
  3. We always advise you to have your cause of hair loss properly diagnosed. Medical conditions, hormonal imbalances, or other lifestyle factors such as stress or nutritional deficiencies can be causing your hair loss. Its important to rule these out to make sure you don't compromise your laser phototherapy treatments. Visiting a physician, hair loss expert, or Trichologist could help you uncover an issue of which you may not be aware - which could be hindering your hair restoration progress.

The most advanced stages of hair loss have not been tested with Theradome treatments. Schedule a visit with a Trichologist if you fall in this category. Slick or bald areas on your scalp indicate that there are buried hair follicles under a layer of skin. In this particular case, only a combination of hair restoration surgery and laser phototherapy can help these particular shiny areas.

Taking all of the above into account, consistent use of the Theradome will ensure that you maximize the benefits of our laser phototherapy helmet, and don't forget that we are here to support you along the way.

Updated on 12 Mar 2024