How Does Laser Hair Restoration Works?
At our Mississauga laser clinic we use a Sunetics laser hair restoration unit that contains low-level laser energy diodes. The machine is designed to deliver low-level laser therapy to the entire scalp. Each laser is angled to spread out the beam of light it emits in order to create a laser energy field.
This laser energy field fully covers the entire scalp, penetrating through the hair and skin and into the hair follicles. One added benefit of dispersing each laser beam is greater safety; when laser beams are spread out, they become less dangerous to sensitive body parts such as the eyes.
Due to its beam dispersing technology, the Sunetics Clinical Laser Unit has the safest rating of all laser devices used in the hair restoration industry. whereas other low-level laser energy products provide treatment through concentrated, dime-sized laser spots.
The laser energy field created by the Sunetics Clinical Laser Hair Restoration Unit provides full, consistent coverage over the scalp giving its users a dramatic advantage.
The process involved during the treatments comes from the engineering of Low Level Laser energy diodes. These diodes are projected from a open panel hood design, which maximizes the coverage of the treatment to the scalp.