iRestore

iRestore is a hair restoration treatment that uses a combination of low level laser therapy and LED lights to stimulate hair follicles to produce thicker, healthier hair in 6 months.

at-a-glance

iRestore

avg. recovery
0 days
permanence
Temporary
application
Not Applicable
pain factor
1/10
surgical
No
cost
$695 - $695

About the Procedure

Thinning hair, receding hairlines, and hair loss in general can have a great impact on the self esteem of both men and women. There are a number of hair restoration treatments available to treat hair loss from topical products such as Rogaine, to prescription medications such as Propecia. Advancements in hair loss treatment have seen a rise in at-home low level laser therapies (LLLT) that have little to no side effects and are not only discreet, but affordable. iRestore is one of several at-home LLLT devices available to patients who are in the beginning stages of hair loss. The iRestore system has 51 medical-grade lasers and red luminous LEDs. The combination of laser energy and LED lights stimulates cell metabolism and blood flow to the hair follicles, reactivating dormant follicles and extending the growth phase of hairs. Treatment sessions are straight forward and do not require any preparation. The iRestore helmet is placed on the head and the unit is turned on. The helmet is worn for 25 minutes. During this time, wearers are able to relax, read, or watch tv. Once the session is over, the helmet is removed and patients are able to resume all normal activities. Treatments should be repeated every other day for at least 6 months to garner full results from the iRestore system.

The goal of iRestore is to reduce hair miniaturization while also increasing hair growth and thickness.

Concerns

iRestore addresses concerns such as:

Recovery Notes

There is no recovery time associated with the iRestore system. Users are able to resume all normal activity immediately after treatment.

Ideal Candidate

The ideal candidate for iRestore is in the early stages of hair loss and is seeking to reverse thinning hair.

Not Recommended For

iRestore is not recommended for those who are completely bald. iRestore is also not recommended for those with reversible hair loss caused by medications or stress.

Side Effects

There are no side effects associated with iRestore, which is a noninvasive, non-heating hair restoration device.

Pros
  • at home treatment
  • clinical results
  • non invasive
  • can be used with other treatments
Cons
  • months for results
  • not effective if bald
  • bulkier head piece

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