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Theradome

Thermadome is a low level laser light therapy hair restoration treatment to stimulate hair growth and decrease hair miniaturization.

Theradome

The Skinny


Average Recovery

0 days

Permanence

Temporary

Application

Laser/Light Therapy

Surgical

No

Cost

$600 - $900

The Specifics


What is Theradome?

Theradome is a non-invasive home use hair restoration treatment that uses low level laser therapy (LLLT) to stimulate blood flow to the hair shafts, improving hair thickness, reducing hair loss, and stimulating hair growth.

Anatomy of the Hair Follicle

Hair Follicle Anatomy Illustration

Theradome can be used in conjunction with other hair restoration treatments such as minoxidil, and the DHT inhibitors finasteride, and dutasteride. Theradome can treat alopecia, male pattern baldness and female pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia), and hair thinning.

What cosmetic concerns does a Theradome cap treat?

  1. Hair Loss: Theradome uses low level heat energy to stimulate blood flow to the scalp, improving the health and growth of hair follicles.

Who is the ideal candidate for a Theradome treatment?

The ideal candidate for Theradome is seeking an in home treatment for hair loss and thinning hair. Theradome is not recommended for those with advanced hair loss, frontal hair loss, those with dark skin, or women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

What is the average recovery associated with a Theradome treatment?

There is no recovery time following a Theradome treatment. All normal activities and hair care may be resumed.

What are the potential side effects of a Theradome treatment?

There have been no Food and Drug Administration (FDA) verified side effects of Theradome. Theradome should be used with caution when simultaneously using other hair restoration products.

What can someone expect from the results of a Theradome treatment?

The results of Theradome will begin to evolve slowly. Within the first four to 18 weeks hair loss will diminish. After 18 to 26 weeks thicker hair will begin to grow in. Six to 12 months later candidates can expect renewed hair growth.

What is the average cost of a Theradome treatment?

A Theradome procedure can cost anywhere from $600 to $900. The actual cost of Theradome is dependent upon location, hair loss specialist or dermatologist, and length and involvement of the cosmetic procedure.

Pros

cost effectivein home treatment

Cons

many treatmentslong time to see results

Invasiveness Score

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Invasiveness is graded based on factors such as anesthesia practices, incisions, and recovery notes common to this procedure.

What to Expect


Theradome is a hair restoration treatment that utilizes low laser light therapy to decrease hair miniaturization, stimulate hair growth, and thicken hair. Here is a quick guide for what to expect before, during, and after Theradome treatment.

The Takeaway


Theradome is a laser treatment for hair loss treatment and hair regrowth. The lasercomb LLLT device uses red light for hair restoration and increased hair scalp coverage. This effective treatment has no side effects and is FDA approved for home use.

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  1. American Academy of Dermatology Association Hair Loss: Tips for Managing aad.org
  2. Mayo Clinic Staff Hair Loss Symptoms and Causes MayoClinic.org
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