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The Cutting Edge of Hair Restoration Technology

Seeing your hair begin to thin out can be a highly traumatic experience. Fortunately, there are a number of treatments available to combat it, one of the newest of which is laser light therapy in Philadelphia. This treatment is used to address some of the most common causes of hair loss in men and women: pattern balding, and androgenetic alopecia. Our Philadelphia hair restoration expert can help you to harness this technology and regain the youth and vigor that you may have lost along the way.*

How Does Laser Light Therapy Work?

To understand how this therapy works, it is helpful to understand a little about how hair grows.

Hair growth cycles have three phases:

  • The growth, or anagen phase
  • The resting, or telogen phase
  • The shedding, or catagen phase

When low-level laser therapy is introduced, it increases blood flow to the scalp, which is intended to encourage metabolism in follicles in the resting and shedding phases. This helps to stimulate the growth phase to begin.

This form of hair restoration therapy addresses some of the most common genetic hair loss causes and can be used by both men and women. The treatments are painless and leave no scars, and represent a lesser commitment of both time and money.*

Call the Bala Cynwyd Office of Dr. Paul Glat Today

If you are looking for Philadelphia hair restoration solutions that have a smaller impact on your calendar and your wallet, look no further than our laser light therapy treatments. It is generally recommended that you be very regular about your appointments, as this increases the efficacy of the treatment, over a fairly long period of time. Treatments are usually two to three times a week, depending on your unique needs and goals.

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Take the first step in changing your life for the better, by scheduling a private consultation with Dr. Paul Glat, a leading Philadelphia plastic surgeon.

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