LAS VEGAS - Because of the FDA's recent clearance of a hand-held laser device to treat hair loss and grow hair there has been a tremendous spark of interest in the promising laser hair therapy technology. NBC's Today Show will take a closer look this week at a few new laser devices available to consumers one of which is the Sunetics Laser Hair Brush. The Today Show report is scheduled to air on Thursday, March 15th within the first two hours of the show (7:00 - 9:00 a.m.).
"Low level laser therapy has shown great potential for treating certain types of male and female hair loss," said Alan J. Bauman, M.D., a prominent hair restoration physician and one of the nation's top experts on hair loss. "Laser therapy is an important part of a multi-therapy approach to restoring lost hair."
Dr. Bauman has been using Sunetics' laser devices since 2003. According to Dr. Bauman, low level laser therapy (LLLT) is believed to reactivate hair growth by stimulating live, but weakened, follicles at the cellular level.
Sunetics International's own clinical studies have shown that as a result of its laser therapy products, 86-percent of patients had healthier hair, 78-percent had thicker hair and 76-percent had fuller hair and over 85-percent were satisfied clients.
Sunetics International is a manufacturer of professional-grade laser systems for both in-office and at-home treatments. The company currently provides both its clinical laser "hood" systems and hand-held laser units to hair restoration physicians and dermatologists around the country and internationally. These include:
"Laser Hair Brush" - This hand-held laser device is cordless, portable, rechargeable and easy for patients to use in the privacy of their own homes. Average treatment time is just 10 to 15 minutes per day, three times per week.
"Clinical Laser Model E" - This is an in-office laser system available for physicians and medically supervised facilities. It provides 100-percent scalp coverage and is the most advanced LLLT device available in either the U.S. or international markets. Average treatment time is just 15 to 30 minutes.
Sunetics is currently submitting its Laser Hair Brush for FDA review as an approved treatment for growing hair. For more information about low level laser products from Sunetics, visit http://www.sunetics.com/
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