Laser Hair Removal
During laser hair removal, a laser beam passes through the skin to an individual hair follicle. The intense heat of the laser damages the hair follicle, which inhibits future hair growth.
Wavelengths for Hair Removal
The classic 755 nm wavelength has high melanin absorption characteristics and proven long-term results for pigmented lesion removal and hair reduction, permanently reducing hair by an average of 79% after just three treatments.1
The 1064nm Nd:YAG wavelength is the safest wavelength for permanent hair reduction on darker skin types and tanned skin2 and is the wavelength of choice for treating facial and leg veins, the most common form of vascular lesions.
Some lasers, including Cynosure’s Elite , offer two optimal wavelengths in one system. This allows you to switch between wavelengths during a single procedure and select the most appropriate laser for any given hair or skin type. You can also perform multiple procedures on the same client during the same visit.
In addition, selected Cynosure lasers also offer the exclusive Multiplex technology.
Multiplexing sequentially fires more than one wavelength to achieve outstanding clinical results with lower fluence required for each respective wavelength. This gives you great flexibility in your treatments, especially when treating patients with darker skin types.
Utilizing the most advanced surgical techniques combined with the latest thinking on aesthetic density, we consistently perform exceptional, natural appearing hair transplantation. We focus on every aspect of our patients, hair restoration surgery experience from their first consultation to every follow up visit. Our patients know that they will receive the very best in artistry, quality, and value because of our individualized treatment plans, attention to detail, and impeccable reputation.
DHT may contribute to the shortening of growth phase of hair follicles, causing them to shrink until there are fewer visible hairs left on the scalp. The first sign of the onset of Male Pattern Hair Loss is when frontal recession begins to appear in the hairline. Over time, these recessions become larger and much more noticeable, and the hairline moves further back.
Independently or at the same time frontal recession is occurring, a thinning area may appear on the crown which gradually increases in size. The final stage of Male Pattern Hair Loss is when the hair is lost completely from the crown and frontal region, leaving a noticeable horseshoe pattern of loss.
Services Offered: ARTAS Robotic FUE Hair Transplants, Manual FUE Hair Transplants, FUT Strip Hair Transplants, Medical Therapy, Laser Therapy, Acell and PRP