Take the Capillus® Challenge. Using the chart below, compare our products with other leading low level laser therapy treatment devices. Below, devices are evaluated by both technical specifications and user experience. Technical specifications include laser wavelength, power per laser, number of lasers, and total laser output. User experience describes how easily the device can be used on a daily basis, an important factor when choosing a treatment that will likely require months of use.
For Hair Loss
|Capillus272 Pro||Laser Combs*||In Office Domes*|
|For Home Use|
|Treatment Protocol||30 mins every other day||Comb Hair 3X / Week
for 15 minutes
|Sit Under Dome 3X / Week
at Medical Clinic
|Power per Laser||~5 mW||5 mW||5 mW|
|Number of Lasers||272||9||82|
|Total Power Output||~1360 mW||45 mW||410 mW|
|Laser Wavelenghth||650 nm||650 nm||650 nm|
|Available From||Physicians Only||OTC||Physician In-Office Only|
|FDA Clearance Status||Cleared for treatment of androgenic alopecia in adults||Varied||Varied|
|Warranty Period||3 Year||5 Months||N/A|
More on this chart: The chart above compares the different devices available for administering low level laser therapy for hair loss. Lasers produce and emit light at specific wavelengths and watts of power. All the devices compared here emit 5mW of power per laser at wavelengths of 650 nanometers. The wavelength of laser light is chosen for laser devices based on its specific purpose. As per the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgeons, “The laser light used for treatment of pattern hair loss is visible red light with wavelength of 630-670 nanometers and low power (wattage),” [i].
“Low Level laser therapy for the treatment of male and female pattern hair loss”. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.