"A patient emailed me just the other day and was excited about the fact that he could part his hair for the first time in about 17 or 18 years."
(PRWEB) July 05, 2016
The Paragon Plastic Surgery & Med Spa now offers personalized low level laser therapy (LLLT) for hair loss with the Capillus272™ Pro. A wearable laser cap, Capillus272™ Pro is a physician-managed laser therapy option cleared by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia, or hair loss, in men and women.
In independently reviewed clinical study published by ClinicalTrials.gov, Capillus® laser technology yielded a 51% increase in hair count among participants compared to placebo device. Laser hair restoration is more than just safe and effective, however. Dr. Mark Bishara, surgeon at the Paragon Plastic Surgery & Med Spa, also believes laser therapy is ideal for any patient experiencing the emotional side effects of thinning, shedding, or pattern baldness.
"I believe that patients who understand the agony and depression you feel from losing your hair, the lack of self confidence, will gravitate toward this type of technology," explains Dr. Bishara in a video interview. "Patients are sending us emails, pictures, thanking us all the time. A patient emailed me just the other day and was excited about the fact that he could part his hair for the first time in about 17 or 18 years."
Compared to other laser therapy caps, Capillus272™ Pro is recommended by hair loss experts because it has 272 medical grade lasers—more than any other laser cap in its class—built in to an ergonomic insert that covers a greater area of scalp compared to other laser therapy caps, helmets, and other handheld devices.
"Capillus272 is the first FDA cleared device in it’s class that has the amount of diodes that it has," says Dr. Bishara. "There are other devices that are out there, some that fall just short of providing those additional diodes."
Commenting on laser combs specifically, Dr. Bishara recalls, "At our practice, we found that using a hair comb, or a brush, really wasn’t something that patients were willing to do. If compliance of the patients—if they are not willing to follow your instructions—then the efficacy of that treatment will fall off. Including their arm, most likely, if they are going to continue to brush their hair for a couple hours every day."
Readers are invited to learn more about hair loss treatment with Capillus272™ Pro by visiting http://www.markbisharamd.com. Readers may also call the Paragon Plastic Surgery & Med Spa directly at 817-473-2120.