With laser therapy in the form of a cap, we are able to prevent ongoing hair loss and in many cases, actually grow hair and thicken the miniaturized hair that is already present but not visible to the human eye.
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) September 22, 2016
Dr. James E. Vogel, recognized as a “Top Doc” by Baltimore Magazine for five years in a row, recommends his hair-loss patients a variety of treatments, including low-light laser therapy with the Capillus272™ Pro. The Capillus272™ Pro is a high-grade laser cap insert that fits conveniently and comfortably under virtually any baseball cap or sunhat. Under independent clinical trials, the Capillus272™ Pro increased hair count by an average of 51 percent compared to a placebo device.
With 272 laser diodes, the Capillus272™ Pro is the strongest product of its kind currently on the market. Aside from being highly potent, Capillus laser caps are cleared by the Food and Drug Administration for the promotion of hair growth in both men and women. The Capillus272™ Pro is available through certified physicians. Because of its portable and battery-operated design, the Capillus272™ Pro can be used at-home or discreetly on-the-go.
“One of the things we need to emphasize when we talk to patients about hair loss is non-surgical options to prevent progressive hair loss,” Dr. Vogel stated. “With laser therapy in the form of a cap, we are able to prevent ongoing hair loss and in many cases, actually grow hair and thicken the miniaturized hair that is already present but not visible to the human eye.”
Low-light laser therapy nourishes the scalp, using cold-laser technology to encourage hair growth in just 30-minute increments, three to four times per week. The lasers help to promote circulation directly at the site of damaged or inactive hair follicles. Patients might see results in as little as two to four months, but individual results vary based on severity and condition.
Not only is low-light laser therapy safe and pain-free, it can be used alongside surgical treatment, topical foams and prescription medications. The lasers do not trigger cellular damage, but instead induce phototherapy. Much like a plant needs light to grow, hair follicles can absorb and transform light energy to stimulate hair regrowth.
“We’ve decided to use the Capillus laser cap in our office,” he said. “This device is FDA-cleared and has really shown an exceptional safety and efficacy record.”
Dr. Vogel states the best candidates for low-light laser therapy are women with general, diffuse hair loss who are not candidates for surgery. Capillus is best used as part of a long-term, dedicated treatment plan. Dr. Vogel’s staff monitor their patients progress by carefully measuring hair throughout the course of LLLT treatment. His practice uses photography and specific forms of measurement to assess results every six months for patients using the Capillus272™ Pro.
Dr. Vogel received his Doctorate of Medicine from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 1982 and completed his plastic surgery residency at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1990. Today, Dr. Vogel is well-known for his compassion, commitment and professional approach to plastic surgery. Reach out to Dr. Vogel directly at 410-484-8860 or visit his practice website. For more information on low-level laser therapy with Capillus, visit http://www.capillus.com.