Laser Therapy After Hair Transplant
We provide free Sunetics Laser Therapy after our Hair Transplant to promote wound healing. Our USA Imported Sunetics Model is known as the G Model. It has 107 diodes at 650nm and 5mW power. The open-hood design and laser pattern is designed to give 100% coverage to the treatment area. It was designed to treat Hair Loss and grow hair with the power of Laser Light.
For a number of years, there have been only two clinically proven non-surgical modalities by which the medical community and health care specialists have been able to treat hair loss. Minoxidil (Rogaine) and Finasteride (Propecia). For those who don't want to deal with chemicals or induced medical treatments, there is Laser Hair Therapy. Sunetics International brings the first Clinical Laser Unit FDA 510(k) cleared to grow hair and treat hair loss in both Men and Women. Please refer to Sunetics Site for more details.
Laser Therapy for Hair Loss
The Sunetics Laser Technology attacks hair loss at a cellular level using Bio-Stimulation to energize weakened follicles. Unlike oral finasteride or topical minoxidil, Sunetics laser hair therapy may be used by both men and women and is effective for hair regrowth.
Sunetics laser hair therapy is non-systemic and non-surgical and it addresses hair loss at the cellular level, rejuvenating miniaturizing hair follicles in three major ways:
• Photo-Biomodulation and a stimulation effect
• Initiates protein synthesis
• Mobilizes calcium ions within the hair follicle
• Mobilizes cellular stimulation within the dermal papilla
• Enhancement of ATP production in the cells
• Significant improvement of blood microcirculation
• Allows greater nutrient acquisition by follicular site
Why is an FDA 510(k) Important?
In the United States and abroad, thousands of devices are developed and placed on the market each year, claiming case studies and medical status. However, many of these claims are backed up with little more than words. In order to protect people from false claims and dangerous devices, the United States requires stringent and rigorous testing and proof in the form of a 510(k) submission to the FDA before being granted clearance to be sold to the public.
The purpose of this submission is to prove the SAFETY and EFFICACY of a Medical Device. This testing includes clinical studies and laboratory data provided by the applicant. This data must meet specific requirements and is then reviewed by experts. Only after gaining approval by these experts is an FDA 510(k) cleared status given to a device.