Low intensity laser therapy is a form of red cold light therapy, recognized in medical terms for its effectiveness, as it has no side effects or any contraindication (without photosensitizers).
It is used in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia in man and woman and in baldness.
Low level light therapy is absorbed by cells and triggers enhanced cellular activity.
The laser treatment favors the healing process after a hair transplant and allows to accelerate the growth of the new hair. It can also be used in the prevention of hair loss.
It is necessary to expose the scalp to the electroluminescent diodes 2 to 3 times a week for 15 minutes.
At the LHR clinic in Lisbon, laser therapy sessions are supervised by a doctor specialized in dermatology, trichology, aesthetic medicine and cosmetology.