While many people turn to surgical hair restoration, this can be expensive and still does not address the underlying medical problems. Other options, such as prescription drugs, may have unwanted side effects. If you are looking for safe and more affordable ways to take a stand against hair loss, we are pleased to provide a range of options, from PRP therapy to laser treatments.
Note: If you are unsure of a particular treatment option, we offer free consultation appointments. Call us at 403-252-4410 to book.
Laser light hair therapy has become an established method of treating hair loss and promoting hair regrowth. Based on the scientific principle that light from lasers has an effect on cell function, various hair loss treatments involving low-level lasers have evolved over time. In Calgary, hair loss can be turned around by the treatments available at Calgary Vein & Laser. New methods of hair loss treatment are focused more on non-invasive methods that do not involve surgeries or drug consumption.
LaserCap® LCPro™ is a low-level laser therapy medical device that has been cleared by the FDA. Using LaserCap® LCPro™ is as simple as wearing a hat! LaserCap is like a baseball cap that contains 224 cool, low-level laser diodes. You simply put the cap on in the comfort of your own home and wear it for 30 minutes, 3 times a week.
Sunetics Laser Hair System
The Theradome® Cap has proprietary cold laser technology that is able to harness the power of red light at a wavelength optimal for clinical strength hair rejuvenation. Known as laser phototherapy (LPT), this treatment does not require a prescription or medication. Theradome® recommends two 20-minute sessions each week and you can go about your daily tasks as the device is hands-free and cordless.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Hair Rejuvenation
This non-surgical, affordable solution is administered through a simple injection that utilizes your body’s own platelets. Sensitivity in the area of treatment is expected, but there is no downtime or long recovery process. The number of treatments needed will vary but it’s common to have several treatments spaced about 1 month apart.