KeraLase™ laser hair restoration solutions for men and women in Montclair, NJ
Every day, the average person loses about 100 hairs from their head. While this type of hair loss is a natural part of the hair growth cycle, many people find that they are losing much more hair than what is considered normal, or the hairs that are lost do not grow back. Thinning hair can be particularly troublesome for men and women’s self-confidence. At image Dermatology P.C., dermatologist Dr. Jeanine Downie works with patients in the Montclair, NJ area to identify the potential causes of female or male hair loss and offers laser hair restoration to help restore your hair’s thickness, strength, and fullness.
How laser hair rejuvenation works
Laser hair restoration therapy works by using laser energy to open the channels in your hair follicles and stimulate circulation to encourage hair growth and fullness. When the laser is targeted in the scalp area, it irradiates photons into the scalp, which are then absorbed by the weakened hair follicles, where they stimulate hair growth. At image Dermatology P.C., we use the KeraLase™ laser in combination with KeraFactor™, which is a patented compound with growth factors and proteins that we rub into the scalp after the hair follicle channels are opened by the laser treatment to promote stronger, thicker, and healthier hair.
Laser hair rejuvenation can be an excellent option for patients interested in a non-invasive hair restoration method.
- Painless, with no needles necessary
- Free from known side effects
- Can be used on any skin type, ethnicity, and hair color
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Am I a good candidate for laser hair restoration?
Laser hair restoration can be an excellent choice for patients who have genetic pattern hair loss (also called androgenetic alopecia) and some other types of hair loss such as that experienced due to stress or damage to the hair, as long as the follicles have not been damaged. However, laser therapy is not suitable for some other types of hair loss, such as scarring alopecia. As a result, it is essential to consult with a qualified dermatologist like Dr. Downie before committing to the treatment so you can ensure it is the right choice for your specific needs. Dr. Downie will also take the time to explain the procedure in detail, so you know what to expect, as well as the number of treatments you are likely to need to achieve optimal results.