Photobiotherapy for Hair

Photobiotherapy for Hair

In the process of photo biotherapy the basic natural phenomenon is followed to repair the hair cells. When laser light is given with correct frequency to the affected area it infiltrates into the cells and stimulates the blood flow, due to the laser light getting absorbed thereby leading to protein synthesis and regeneration of hair cells. The laser light penetrates deep into the scalp tissues effectively to slow down the degenerative process of hair cells that helps the roots to get strong and re-grow as per their normal growth cycle.

Visibly if the hair density is very poor, it doesn’t always mean that the root of the hair follicle is dead. Its only the visible body of the hair which dies with roots being active but dormant. With laser hair treatment, these dormant roots are stimulated, in the right circumstances to sprout new young hair. This gives us noticeable results helping in hair rejuvenation.

Baldness and thinning hair are themselves natural occurrences, caused by the normal development of the hair life cycle through the years. In some instances, though, the thinning or balding can be quite dramatic and upsetting for the patient. Laser hair treatment aims to slow and even reverse this degenerative process by stimulating hair roots to remain strong and re-grow at the end of their normal cycles.

All the hairs on your head will fall out at some point:you only go bald when they are no longer replaced by newer, younger ones. This process, the hair life cycle, is invariable amongst humans: everyone’s head is covered in hair at every stage of the cycle, some old and waiting to fall out (leaving only the root behind); some young and still growing and some mature. At any given time, you will normally have a balance of hair in each stage of the cycle, thus giving you a full head of covering.

Where the covering is no longer full, there may still be roots present under the skin. The death of a hair follicle normally only includes its visible body – the root from which it grew remains under the pore and should sprout new young hairs in the fullness of time.Laser hair treatment may stimulate dormant roots into production, in the right circumstances, thereby noticeably rejuvenating the head.

In order for the treatment to work, the lasers must be used intensively and frequently.

Laser hair treatment may not always promote growth where growth has stopped – but it is likely to halt thinning and balding for some time. It may also clear out debris from the hair shaft, essentially refurbishing the hairs of the patient so that his or her head of hair appears fuller and softer.

For those who experience Mild dandruff to Mild Hair fall, this treatment is ideal and is a boon as it strengthens the follicle while stimulating it.

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